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SEVEN HONORS SENIORS GIVEN TRAVEL AWARDS

Will Travel, Study Throughout England and Europe Next Year

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Seven seniors who graduated from Harvard this morning have been awarded traveling fellowships totalling $9,150. Six of them received summa cum laude while one received cum laude.

They are: Robert M. Drysdale, Jr. of Grosse Points, Michigan, who received the Lionel de Hersey Harvard Studentship for study at Emanuel College, Cambridge, England. The recipient will live in the room which John Harvard is supposed to have had.

Robert M. Terrall of Lakewood, Ohio, who will receive the Henry Russell Shaw Travelling Fellowship for a year of travel in Europe. Terrall was president of the Lampoon.

Harold Winkler of Lawrence, who will receive a stipend from the Henry Russell Shaw find enabling him to study in Europe this summer.

The four Frederick Sheldon Prize Fellowship for travel and study in Europe next year have been awarded to: Douglas T. McClay of Mattapan; David Savan of Manchester, New Hampshire; Edward D. Sullivan of Dorchester; and to John A. Thierry of Cambridge.

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