Providence, R. I. (May. 25)
Two Jewish students were honored at Brown University with the most-sought-after laurels awarded undergraduates.
Harold Seidman of Brooklyn, honor student and active in extracurricular affairs, will be one of the three undergraduates speakers at the Commencement exercises to be held June 18. Seidman is managing editor of the Brown Daily Herald.
Alfred H. Joslin of Providence, junior, is one of the ten members of that classed “tapped” in traditional Brown fashion for membership in the Owl and Ring, Senior honorary society, next year. Joslin has been prominent in other student activities. He is the son of Superior Court Judge and Mrs. Philip C. Joslin.