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PRIZE BY THE UNIVERSITY

Offered to Stimulate Interest in the Argentine Republic.

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Dr. Romuld Naon, Ambassador to the United States from Argentine Republic, conferred with President Lowell recently in regard to the forwarding of interest in that country among American universities. Seven or eight graduates of Argentine colleges will come each year to Harvard and other universities to study in the Graduate Schools. President Lowell announced that a prize of $100 will be awarded by the University for the best essay on some subject connected with the Argentine Republic. The particulars of the competition will be announced later.

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