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TICKET TO CULTURE

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Too often in a university as replete with scholarships and prizes as is Harvard, rare opportunities for study abroad, such as the Henry Fellowships, are overlooked by eligible undergraduates. There can be but two explanations for this: either students fail to realize that special applications are due before an announced deadline, or else they refuse to bother with them on the assumption that a year at Oxford or Cambridge is wasted time compared to a year's experience in business or profession here. Both of these are incorrect from some viewpoints, and the latter one is particularly unfounded. The Henry Fellowships are helping to dispell this illusion.

Seven Fellowships from this fund, each carrying a large stipend, are available this year, and December 15 is the closing date for applications. An unmarried undergraduate desirous of sugaring a sound American education with the cultured icing of a year in England cannot afford to let slide this opportunity through neglect or indifference.

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