As a result of the competition for the prizes offered by Mr. Richards Sears '91, the judges, consisting of Mr. Sears, Professor W. Z. Ripley and Dr. R. S. Merlani 14 have awarded the first prize of $100 to Irving Jacob Rosebloom '23, of Chicago, Ill., and the second prize of $25 to Raymond Samuel Fanning '23, of Chattanooga, Tenn. The contestants for the prizes submitted essays on the subject: "Are Trade Unions a Benefit or a Detriment at the Present Time to Labor?"
Rosenbloom Wins Sears' Prize
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