The Hugh Chamberlain Greek prize, for the best examination in Greek required for admission to Yale, is divided in the class of 1899 between Sullivan Dorr Ames of Pawtucket, R. I., who was prepared for college by the University Grammar School, Providence, and Charles Montgomery Hathaway, Jr., of Oliphant, Pa, who was prepared by the School of the Lackawanna. Honorable mention is also made of Laurance Tweedy of Danbury, Conn., prepared by Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., and of Ralph E. Van Name of New Haven, prepared by the New Haven Hopkins Grammar School.
The Chamberlain Prize at Yale.
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