GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PRIZES.

Here follow the names of the winners of the prizes offered for the greatest general development. It was thought fairer to take the increase in strength and development both, as one man might develop more by natural growth than another. The prizes are not yet quite ready, but probably will be by commencement.

FIRST PRIZE - H. E. MILES, '84.

First examination, development. 493.5

First examination, strength. 420.5

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Strength and development. 914.0

Second examination, development. 502.8

Second examination, strength. 773.2

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Strength and development. 1276.0

914.0

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Gain in strength and development. 362.0

SECOND PRIZE - G. E. FOSS, '85.

First examination, development. 498.2

First examination, strength. 434.5

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Strength and development. 931.7

Second examination, development. 508.8

Second examination, strength. 699.7

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Strength and development. 1208.5

931.7

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Gain in strength and development. 276.8

THIRD PRIZE - JOHN B. WASHBURNE, '86.

First examination, development. 453.5

First examination, strength. 311.6

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Strength and development. 765.1

Second examination, development. 464.5

Second examination, strength. 459.9

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Strength and development. 924.4

765.1

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Gain in strength and development. 159.3

The relative standing of the first ten men in the gymnasium according to their general strength test is as follows :

No. 1, C. P. Curtis, '83. 1085.6

No. 2, A. R. Crane, '84. 963.7

No. 3, G. B. Morison, '83. 942.1

No. 4, E. A. S. Clarke, '84. 863.4

No. 5, F. A. Fiske, L. S. 857.9

No. 6, C. J. Hubbard, '83. 856.0

No. 7, W. H. Page, '83. 852.7

No. 8, W. W. Mumford, '84. 792.8

No. 9, C. M. Belshaw, '83. 784.0

No. 10, J. B. Walker, '84. 764.7

1882.

No. 1, James Otis, L. S. 919.8

1881.

No. 1, C. H. W. Foster, '81. 801.9

1880.

No. 1, Richard Trimble, '80. 645.0

It is interesting to note the increase in strength since the gymnasium was first opened in 1880. There are thirty men in college now who are stronger than the strongest man in 1880. The average in 1880 was about 400. Now the average is over 500.