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    MR. A. SHEPARD CHURCHILL, who died on October 18, leaving estate of the value of 109,495l., bequeathed 50,000l. to Harrow School for two scholarships, one on the classical and one on the modern side, of the clear yearly value of 150l. each, to be known as the “Shepard Churchill” scholarships, tenable at any college at Oxford for four years. In the election regard is to be had to literary and scholastic attainments, fondness and success in manly outdoor sports, such as cricket and football, qualities of manliness, courage, truthfulness, devotion to duty, sympathy with and readiness to protect the weak, kindness, unselfishness, and love of comrades; exhibition during school days of force of character and of instincts leading to the exercise of good and kindly influence over schoolfellows. There are also to be founded four entrance scholarships of 120l each for two modern and two classical students. The residue of the property is also left for the benefit of Harrow School in such manner as the governors, with the approval of the headmaster, shall direct. The total bequest is expected to amount to 100,000l.

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