This evening at 7.30, the winners of Bowdoin Prizes will read the successful essays in Harvard 1. R. M. Green '02 will read part of his essay on "Vanity Fair and Becky Sharp," and G. H. Montague '01 will read parts of his essay on "The Rise of the Oil Monopoly." The reading is expected to occupy about one hour. The rules of the Faculty provide not only that the essays shall be read publicly, but that the names of the winners shall be noted on the Commencement Programme.
Reading of Bowdoin Prize Essays
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