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ENGINEERING SOCIETY ANNOUNCES A NEW AID

Money Taken From Surplus Funds Will Form Basis for Annual Stipend to Students of "Construction" Science

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From the Engineering Society has come announcement of a new financial benefit for students in the "bridge-building" science.

Built on a basis of $3000 taken from surplus funds, the latest aid, entitled the Harvard Engineering Society Aid, will make use of income from this money. Increased by subscription, the fund hopes to total $10,000.

Purpose of the Aid will be, as proposed, to award an annual stipend "to one or more students in Harvard University, the name of the student or students and the amount of the stipend to be specified each year by the Harvard Engineering Society subject to approval by the President and Fellows of Harvard College."

The new aid will be administratered under the same terms as the Society's Clifford M. Holland and Lillie A. Ridgway Memorial Aids.

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