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Twenty awards, totalling $5,350, to New England boys who entered the College this fall as Freshmen, were announced by the University yesterday as follows:

Herbert S. Allen Jr., Manchester, N.H., Phillips Exeter Academy; Stanley R. Ashby Jr., Orono, Mc., Groton School; Paul Coste Jr., Jamestown, R.I., Kent School; Roger L. Creighton, Belment, New Hampton School; John J. Dorgan Jr., Providence, R.I., Classical High School; Kenneth Fremont-Smith, Cambridge, Phillips Exeter Academy; Alan N. Houghton, West Hartford, Conn., Loomis School; John D. Kendall, Fairfield, Conn., Wooster School; Ernest L. Levinger, Fitchburg, George Washington School, N.Y.C.

George B. McMcnnamin, Rumford, Mc., Stephens High School; William S. Malcom, Norfolk, Conn., St. Paul's School; Ellery R. Purdy Jr., Rutland, Vt., Phillips Exeter Academy; DeForest P. Rudd II, Boston, Edewood School; Ward B. Sanford, Hartford, Conn., Loomis School; George T. Terrien, Nashua, N. H., Nashua High School; Peter B. Tomkins, Washington, Conn., The Gunnery School; Philip Troen, Portland, Mc., Portland High School; Roger C. Tyler, Weston, Phillips Exeter Academy; and Richard P. Voegele, Danbury, Conn., Danbury High School.

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