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Travelling Fellowships

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Five students who graduated from Harvard College with highest honors in June have been awarded prize fellowships totalling $6,800 for travel abroad during the coming year.

Henry Russell Shaw Travelling Fellowships have been given to Robert M. Terrell, of Lakewood, O., whose field of study is English, and to Harold Winkler, of Lawrence, Mass., whose field is government and philosophy.

Frederick Sheldon Prize Fellowships were awarded to David Savan, of Manchester, N. H., whose field is philosophy; Edward D. Sullivan, of Dorchester, Mass., whose field is Romance languages and literatures; and to John A. Thierry, of Cambridge, Mass., whose field is physics.

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