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William Chase Greene '11, of Baltimore, Md., now at Balliol College, Oxford, as Rhodes Scholar from Massachusetts, has been awarded the Charles Oldham Prize for an essay on "The Sean in the Greek Poets." This prize, consisting of sixty pounds, is awarded annually for the best essay on a subject connected with Greek and Latin literature. During the last hundred years it has been won by such men as John Ruskin. Matthew Arnold and Dean Stanley, Greene, however, is the first American to have captured this honor.

when at Harvard, Greene was Latin salutatorian and odist of his class. A year ago, he won the Newdigate Prize at Oxford with a poem, "Richard I before Jerusalem."

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