Earle Stanley Randall '33, of Rockland is the recipient of the Elizabeth Wilder Prize it was announced yesterday at University Hall. This prize, an annual award of $100, is awarded to the Freshman who passes the highest examination in elementary German at the midyear examinations; it is one of the most valuable prizes available for Freshmen. The prize was established under the will of Elizabeth Wilder.
E. S. RANDALL '33 RECIPIENT OF ELIZABETH WILDER PRIZE
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