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280 Mid-Western Students Apply for Prize Fellowships

Tennessee and Missouri Added to Award Area, Now Ten States


A total of 280 students graduating this year from Middle Western secondary schools have applied for the available Harvard College Prize Fellowships, a recent survey has disclosed. Of this number 133 rank first scholastically in their respective classes.

The fellowships are granted regardless of the financial circumstances of the applicants, and the stipend is adjusted to fit the individual need of each winner. A maximum of $1,000 is set aside for the Freshman year.

This year Tennessee and Missouri have been added to the fellowship area, bringing the total number to ten. Plans call for an extension of the awards to every state in the Union as soon as funds are available.

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