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Twenty-seven awards, totalling $12,830, for graduate study here during the 1941-42 academic year, were announced by the University yesterday, as follows: In the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences:
Richard B. Woodbury 1G, Washington, D. C.; Carl G. Anthon 3G, Cambridge; Walter F. Stettner 2G, Cambridge; Albert Wollenberger 1G, Springfield; Theodore Singer 3G, Dorchester; Herman C. Wallich 2G, New York City; Joseph Greenberg 1G, Mattapan; Dwight Edward W. Barankin, senior at Princeton, Philadelphia; and Paul A. Wright, senior at Bates, Nashua, N. H.
In the Law School:
Howard I. Grossman 1L, Minneapolis, Minn.; Philip Kazon 2L, Rutland, Vt; Klaus Braun 2L, Wiesbaden, Germany; Sidney Werlin 2L, Malden; James H. Wilson Jr. 1L, Tifton, Ga.; Lawrence F. Ebb 1L, Dorchester; and Julius L. Shack 2L, Mattapan.
In the Medical School:
Isadore N. Rosenberg 1M, Boston; Christopher T. Bever 1M, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Irving M. London 2M, Malden; George S. Kurland 1M, Dorchester; Richard C. Webster Jr. 2M, Glen Arm, Md.; Don W. Fawcett 3M, West Branch, Ia; and James B. Tobias '41, Fremont, O.
In the Business School:
Kurt M. Herzfeld '41, New York, N. Y.; and Frederick W. Pennoyer III, 1G.B., Arlington, Va.
In the Dental School:
Chester I. Solomon 2Dn, Brookline, Mass.
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