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The names of the winners of most of the principal Harvard prizes of the year were announced yesterday by the University.
The most striking distinction of all was won by John F. Fulton Jr. '22 of St. Paul, Minn., who carried off one of the two first Bowdoin Prizes of $250 for dissertations in English, and also was awarded one of the second prizes of $100 for another essay, under the rule which allows a student to enter more than one essay for the prize. The other first Bowdoin Prize was won by Jacob C. Kelson '22 of Springfield, Mass., and the other second prize by R. N. Dett Sp. of Hampton, Va.
Honorable mention in the undergraduate Bowdoin Prize Competition was given to Harold M. Fleming '20 of Beverly, Mass.; Joseph Israelite '20 of Chelsea; Garrett Mattingly '23 of Allegan, Mich.; James W. Morse '21 of Boston; Ricardo B. Quintana '20 of Albany, N. Y., and Harry Starr '21 of Gloversville, N. Y.
Three Bowdoin Prizes of $200 each for graduate students were awarded to Benjamin H. Lehman of Cambridge, Lewis Rockrow of Milwaukee, Wis., and Frederick B. Artz of Dayton, Ohio.
Garrison Prize Falls to Dobson's Poem
The Lloyd McKim Garrison Prize of $100 and a silver medal for the best poem of a subject announced by a Committee of the Department of English was awarded to Arthur Morley Dobson '21 of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
The Susan Anthony Potter Prize of $75 for the best essay on a subject dealing with the Spanish literature of the Golden Age, goes to Elliot Doniger '20 of New York City. The Francis Boott Prize of $100 awarded to the writer of the best composition in concerted vocal music goes to R. N. Dett Sp of Hampton, Va., while the George Arthur Knight Prize for the best composition in instrumental music goes to Randall Thompson '20 of Lawrenceville, N. Y. The Jeramy Bleknap Prize of $50 for the best French composition written by a first-year student in Harvard College has been awarded to Marion W. Self '23 of Abilenen, Tex. David Berman '20 of Roxbury won the Sales Prize of $45 for the best scholar in Spanish.
English Graduate Student Wins
The Harvard Menorach Society Prize of $100 for an essay by an undergraduate on a subject connected with the work and achievements of the Jewish people, has been won by Joseph S. Shubow '20 of Dorchester, honorable mention being given to Nathaniel R. Taran '21 of Roxbury. Half of the Dante Prize was awarded to Walter L. Bullock, a first-year graduate student from Rugby, England. The Ricardo Prize Scholarship in Economics has been awarded to Elmo P. Hohman 1G. of Nashville, III. The Sargent Prize for the best metrical translation of a lyric poem of Horace has been won by John D. Evans of Boston. The Pasteur Medal awarded by Baron Pierre de Coubertin for the successful contestant in an annual debate on a subject drawn from contemporary French: politics, the debate to be conducted in English, has been won by C. W. Phelps Uc. of Rockford, III., honorable mention being given to E. D. Hutchinson '22.
The prize of the Harvard Club of North China for the best thesis on any subject connected with China has been awarded to John E. Bakeless 1G. of Bloomsburg, Pa.
The winners of the Boylston Prize in Elocution, the contest for which was held in Sanders Theatre on Thursday, May 13, are as follows: first prize of $30 each to Charles W. Eliot 2d '20 of Cambridge, and M. H. Dill '20 of Richmond, Ind.; second prize of $20 each to F. C. Packard Jr. '20 of Roslindale, and Hung-chen Chen '21 of Peking, China, and James G. King Jr. '20 of New York City.
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