Mitchell, Schwartzberg Named Winners in Boylston Speaking

Joseph W. Mitchell '54 and Hugh J. Schwartzberg '53 won the 1953 Boylston Prizes last night. Mitchell recited T. S. Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," and Schwartzberg gave a selection from James Joyce's "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man."

Second prizes went to Burton G. Malkiel '53, Ira Rabkin '55, and Pirie MacD. Tutchings '54. The two first prizes consist of $35 each, and second prize winners will each receive $25.

Judges were novelist Walter D. Edmonds, McGeorge Bundy, associate professor of Government, and Philip H. Rhinclander, Chairman of the Committee on General Education.