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STUDENT PROFESSES LOVE FOR USED CAR, WINS PRIZE

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Announcement was made yesterday in the Cambridge Chronicle that S. B. Roberts '29 was winner of the contest conducted in the columns of that newspaper by the Nash Automobile Company of Boston for the best letter on "Why I Like a Used Car."

Robert's letter was selected as the most original by the unanimous vote of the committee of judges, numbering among its members men prominent in the New England automobile industry, and he was mailed the prize, a check for $75.

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