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Scholarship Granted Cabitor, Making $600 All Ready Awarded to Eight Men This Year

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Award of a Council scholarship and appointment of a committee to investigate the relationships between the students of the University and the general public, marked the regular meeting of the Student Council last night.

John J. Cabitor '39 was granted a scholarship of $100, bringing the total amount of aids given this year to close to $600. Eight men have now received awards.

Because it was felt that students may not fully realize that whatever they did when enrolled in the University either in Cambridge, or Boston or elsewhere, reflected on Harvard, and "in order to find out just how much which could be definitely judged favorable or unfavorable publicity has been in the metropolitan newspapers in the last two years," a special committee was picked by the Council to make a factual report on the subject.

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