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Tatsuo Arima '57 of Adams House and Tokyo, Japan, has been awarded the Paul Revere Frothingham Scholarship for 1956-7. The scholarship is for the senior "who best exemplifies the qualities of excellent scholarship, manliness, and effective support of the best interests of the University."
The University also announced the award of five fellowships for travel abroad last night. Peter N. Stearns '57 of Eliot House and Urbana, Ill., has received a Henry Russell Shaw Travelling Fellowship. Four men received Sheldon Travelling Fellowships: David E. Bertelson '57 of Lowell House and Salt Lake City, Utah; Robert S. Freeman '57 of Dunster House and Needham Heights, Mass.; Ronald Gold '57 of Lowell House and Wilmington, Del.; and George S. Reynolds '57 of Dunster House and Marblehead, Mass.
Stearns is the First Marshal of Phi Beta Kappa and Vice President of Phillips Brooks House. Earlier this year he was awarded the Palfrey Exhibition.
Bertelson is a candidate for honors in History and Literature and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in November. Freeman, an honors candidate in Music, has been a piano soloist with the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra and directed a musical quiz show on WHRB.
Gold is in the Harvard Band, and a candidate for honors in Chemistry. Reynolds, an honors candidate in Social Relations, played for the Dunster House squash team.
The Richard Perkins Parker Scholarship for 1956-7, for "intellectual achievement and participation in student activities," was awarded to Adam Clymer '58 of Lowell House and New York City.
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