ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF PRIZE AWARDS MADE

BELL PRIZE FOR HISTORY DIVIDED BETWEEN ROWLEY, SCHOMER

Annual Harvard prize awards for excellence in certain subjects have been given to the following students:

Jeremy Belknap prize of $50, for the best French composition written by a first-year student in Harvard College, to Martin J. Lydon '40, of Lowell.

Helen Choate Bell prize of $400, for the best essay on a subject in American Literature, divided between Howard F. Schomer '37, of Oak Park, Illinois, and William E. Rowley '37, of Newton Centre.

Bowdoin prizes in the Classics: to Gleason L. Archer, Jr. '38, of Boston, a prize of $75 for a translation into Attic Greek; and to Gordon M. Messing '38, of Indianapolis, Indiana, a prize of $75 for translation into Latin.

Harvard Monthly prize of $50, established in 1932 to commemorate the "Harvard Monthly" and for award to the student in the most advanced course in English composition who shows the greatest literary promise, went to Dudley H. Cloud 3G, of Boston.

George Arthur Knight prize of $125, for the best composition in instrumental music, to Everett Helm 3G, of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Sales prize of $60, for the best scholar in Spanish, to Salvatore E. Camelio '37, of Walpole.