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Fellowships and special grants will enable at least five members of Radcliffe's graduating class to pursue their special studies and research during the coming year. Other awards are still pending.
Elaine P. Tanner is the first girl to win a prized Henry Fellowship. She will study political science at the University of Cambridge, England. Phyllis Botner Davies will also leave the country, on a special grant from the World Government Association. With her husband she will spend two months in Israel as the group's representative.
An $1800 fellowship went to Jo'ann Jehl for work towards a doctorate in public health at the Harvard Medical School. Sizeable fellowships also were awarded to Mary S. Grimley and Patricia R. McMillin for graduate studies at the Universities of Chicago and Illinois respectively.
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