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Name Eight Junior Fellows

The University has elected eight young scientists and scholars as Junior Fellows of Harvard's Society of Fellows. The eight will receive the facilities necessary for their studies and stipends of $3500 to $5500 a year.

Named were: David G. Boulware, now at the University of California, who will study theoretical physics; Jared M. Diamond '58, Trinity College, Cambridge, physiology; Joseph F. Fletcher '57, at the GSAS, Far Eastern languages; Arthur Freeman '59, at the GSAS, English and Continental literary history.

Also elected: Werner L. Gundersheimer, at Paris, history; Roald Hoffmann, at the GSAS, chemical physics; Eric Martin '58, at the Graduate School of Design, theatre architecture; and Peter Temin, at M.I.T., economics.

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