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Last Monday evening, at a meeting of the Brookline Civil Service Reform Association, prizes were awarded to the following-named gentlemen : To Mr. William H. White, Law School, a first prize for an essay on "The Effects of the Spoils System on National Legislation," and to the same gentleman another prize for an essay on "Conflict between the claims of locality and method of competitive examination suggested in the Pendleton Bill;" Mr. Marland C. Hobbs, class of '85, received the third prize for an essay on "The Effect of the Spoils System on National Legislation." Competitors were residents of Brookline and under twenty-five years of age.

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