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Graduate of School Praised for Merit Of Work, Character


Leonard N. Donsanto, of 62 Hobson Street, Brighton, who received a D.M.D. last June from the Dental School has been awarded the Davenport Prize of $50, the highest honor at the school, the University announced today.

The prize is given annually to that member of the graduating class "who during his four-year course is deemed best to have upheld the ideals of the school in loyalty, character, high scholastic standing, and quality of work." The award was given by Dr. S. Ellsworth Davenport, Jr., D.M.D. '10, of New York City, in memory of his father.

Donsanto prepared for the Dental School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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