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Award of ten graduate fellowships totalling $10,850 for study at the University and abroad was announced today by the Harvard-Yenching Institute.
Traveling fellowships went to Francis W. Cleaves 5G, of Needham Heights; and to Tu-chien Weng 3G, of Peiping, China.
Resident fellowships went to Tekun Cheng, a graduate of Yenching University, China; James R. Rightover 1G, of Salida, Colorado: Yen-yu Huaug 1G, of Canton, China; Yuch-hwa Lin 1G, Foochow, China; John K. Musgrave Jr. 2G, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Neil M. Rawlinson 2G, Montebello, California; Edwin O. Reischaner 7G, of Tokyo, Japan; and Theodore H. White '38, of Dorchester.
Established in 1928, the Harvard Yenching Institute, administers a fund established under the will of Charles M. Hall, of Niagara Falls, New York. The purposes of the Institute are to early on for properly prepared Chinese and Occidental Scholars, research and educational work of the type appropriate to a graduate school of arts and sciences.
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