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Seven students from Massachusetts have been awarded a total of $2,350 in scholarships, it was announced by University Hall today.
Five of the men are from Cambridge, and their grants are made under the Daniel A. Buckley foundation established in 1907 for graduates of the Cambridge public schools. They are James I. Berkman 1G., a student in Biology; Anthony J, DeVito 3G., in romance languages; Peter A. Pertzon 3G., in comparative literature; Walter W. Dwyer '36; and Manes Specter '36.
John Green, Yale '35, of Brockton, a first year law student, has been awarded the Alan Hudson scholarship, while Arthur Gold, of Springfield, a first year student in the Dental School, was awarded the Ellen S. Bates Scholarship.
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