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The Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies has announced the award of Atomic Energy Commission Special Fellowships in Industrial Hyglene to two graduate students who will study at Harvard next year. The two, Stanley L. Dryden, of Glendale, Calif., and Robert W. Veit, of San Luis Obispo, Calif., will pursue a course of study leading to the master of science degree.

Alan K. Henrikson '62, of Quincy and Emmetsburg, Iowa, has won the forth Graduate Fellowship for Awarded by the Danforth Foundation St. Louis, Mo., the fellowships four years of study at any U.S. graduate school for outstanding men wishing to pursue a career in college teaching. Danforth Fellows may study in commonly included in underground curricula; Henrikson is in American history

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