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The Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture has announced its seventh annual program of scholarship and fellowship grants for the academic year 1971-72. The Foundation invited university students specializing in a Jewish field on the doctoral level to apply for scholarship grants and other persons qualified to carry out independent projects in the same field to apply for fellowship grants. Applications must be submitted before the end of Dec., 1970 to the Memorial Foundation office here. Last year the Foundation granted 114 scholarships to doctoral students and 74 fellowships to scholars and writers for individual projects.

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