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David Demarest Lloyd '31 of Plainfield, N. J. and John Chester Miller '30 of Tacoma. Washington, are the winners of prizes in the Department of History and Literature, it was announced yesterday. The History and Literature Prize founded by an anonymous donor was awarded to Miller as the member of the Junior Class showing the greatest promise in that field.

The Barrett Wendell Prize, awarded to Lloyd, is a book prize awarded each year to the member of the Sophomore Class concentrating in History and Literature who has made the most-notable progress during the year.

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