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THE LEE PRIZE READINGS.

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An audience of about eighty was present in Boylston Hall last evening, to listen to the readings for the Lee prizes, by members of '86, The readings occupied an hour, and that they were enjoyed by the audience was demonstrated by the close attention with which they were received. The selections were taken from the "Mill on the Floss" and Macaulay's "History of England." The successful contestants were as follows: Taylor, $35; Roberts, $30; Whitman, $25; Hamlin, $20; Rose, $20: Haves, $20; The following-named gentlemen acted as judges: President Eliot, Dean Smith, Profs. Hill and Thayer, and Messrs. Curtis, Hawes, Lee, Tiffany, Grant and Winson.

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