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Murray Reed Benedict 1G of Brookings, S. D. is th recipient of the Ricardo Prize for 1929-1930, it was announced yesterday at University Hall. Benedict received his S.B. degree from Wisconsin in 1916. This prize is awarded to the winner of an examination open only to Seniors and graduate students. The competition is based upon an essay written in the examination room on a topic in economics and political science chosen by the candidate from a list not previously announced. The winner becomes the incumbent of the scholarship for the coming year and is enabled to carry on his studies under the supervision of the Department of Economics.

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