Page 6, 14th September 1951

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Page 6, 14th September 1951 — Students' pennya-day' effort
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Organisations: St. Mary's College
People: Paulo Mgorogoza
Locations: Indianna, Rome

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For the third time the students of St. Mary's College, Notre Dame. Indianna, U.S.A., are providing a complete scholarship for the education of a Negro girl for one year through their "Martin de Porres Scholarship Committee," a student organisation devoted to fighting racism.

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