Education: Three Britishers

The first three Henry P. Davison scholarships were awarded to three Oxford men: C. V. Salmon, Harrow and Balliol; J. Bird, Clongowes and Balliol; R. W. Cecil, Eton and Christ Church. Salmon goes to Princeton; Bird, prominent athlete, to Harvard; Cecil, son of the Rt. Hon. Sir Evelyn Cecil, M.P., G.B.E., to Yale.

These scholarships are given by the Henry P. Davison Scholarship Fund, established by Mrs. Davison, and are a sort of American Rhodes Scholarship, designed to aid in fostering good-will between the United States of America and Great Britain, and to create...

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