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Two Scholarships of $300 Each Given for Shortened Course


Alumni president of the Business School Lionel C. Porara announced Wednesday that students desiring to enter the Business School on February 1. 1937, and finish the two-year course in June, 1938, may apply for two scholarships of $300 apiece offered by the New York City Club of Business Alumni. Owen T. Jones, secretary, will also receive applications at 357 Fourth Avenue.

The New York Herald-Tribune stated yesterday that Club scholarships have been awarded to Harry R. Gregory, William C. Kidd and George Wilson, all first-year students; and others have been given to W. T. Hack and Charles Kellner.

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