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RECEIVES $500 PRIZE FOR HAVING DONE MOST FOR YALE

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New Haven, Conn., June 13.--In recognition of his having "done the most for Yale" Francis Otto Matthiessen, a Senior, was today named by the faculty as the first recipient of the Alpheus Henry Snow Prize of $500.

Mattiessen has attained a high rank in his college studies, for he is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and was recently appointed a Rhodes scholar. In extra-curriculum activities he has also been prominent, since he has held the position of managing editor on the Yale Daily News and has been an editor of the Yale Literary Magazine. In addition to being a member of various clubs, he was voted the hardest worker in the recent class election. Matthiessen prepared it Hackley School.

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