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ROBERT HAYDON JONES '30 TO READ IN POETRY CONTEST

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As a result of trials held yesterday Robert Haydon Jones '30, of Kow Gardens, Long Island, has a second time won honors in poetry, this time the honor being his selection to represent Harvard in the Intercollegiate Poetry Reading Contest to be held at Smith College on May 17. Jones is also the winner of the word contest for the Baccalaureate Hymn to be used at Commencement.

For the first time, Harvard will be represented in this annual reading event, which is held annually among women's colleges, but which is including men for the first time this year.

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