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BOSTON LATIN SCHOOL WINS P. B. K. SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

Local Schoolboys Barely Beat Hotchkiss Men

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For the second consecutive year the Boston Latin School, of which P. T. Campbell '93, is head master, has won the Scholarship of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. The competition is open to all schools of the United States which prepare not less than seven boys for college. An important aspect of the competition is that the winning school need not send any of its students to Harvard. The offer provides that the award go to that school of which seven graduates as a team attain the highest average on College Board Examinations embracing the four major fields of each of the individuals concentration. The competition was keen. Boston Latin won with an average of 88.93; Hotchkiss was a close second with 88.87.

The members of the winning team who matriculated at the University this fall with their averages are: C. F. Hartnell, 92.4; F. W. Burnham, 90.3; L. E. Putnam, 86.3, and John Gordon, 85.2.

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