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.