ANNOUNCE WINNERS OF FOUR BOWDOIN PRIZES

HONORABLE MENTION FOR FIVE OF SENIORS AND ONE SOPHOMORE

The annual award of Bowdoin prizes to students in Harvard University for excellence in English composition was announced yesterday as follows:

Graduate: $300 to Lewis S. Feuer 4G., of Brooklyn, N. Y., for an essay entitled "Time and Change." $300 to Harold S. Wilson 3G., of London, Ont., Canada, for an essay entitled "The Advice to Follow Nature in Montaigne's "Essais."

Undergraduate--1st Prize of $500 to Richard S. Salant '35, of New York, N. Y., for an essay entitled "The Poet's Harp." 2nd Prize of $200 to Howard F. Schomer '37, of Oak Park, Ill., for an essay entitled "Robert Frost and the Good Life in the Twentieth Century."

Honorable mention to: Abraham Hertzberg '35, of New York, N. Y.; Joseph Prescott '35, of Fall River, Mass.; Robert L. McCaul, Jr. '35, of Waltham, Mass.; Wendell M. Hastings '35, of Brookline, Mass.; Philippe Dur '35, of Toronto, Ont., Canada; Edward Epstein '37, of Beverly, Yorks, England.