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April 17, 1915

Scholarships for Belgian Students

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Chairman, 2128 Bancroft Place, Washington, D. C.

JAMA. 1915;LXIV(16):1347. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02570420065033

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To the Editor:  —There are many Belgian students and professors, young and old, crippled physically and unfit to serve in the army, whose important life work is at a standstill. A committee is actively at work endeavoring to anticipate somewhat the future needs of Belgium during its period of educational reconstruction. To the lovers of equity, and to those who cherish education and admire Belgian integrity and heroism, an opportunity is given to assist in bringing to America worthy intellectual men and women for a temporary free enjoyment of the privileges of American institutions.This committee has already received assurances from the George Washington University for the instruction of ten students in any of the departments of the University. It is highly probable that the committee will receive from other American institutions similar assurances.It is proposed to raise a fund at once to defray the traveling expenses to and

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