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ANNOUNCE WINNERS OF ANNUAL DETUR PRIZES FOR 1935

Prize Books Are Given Each Year to Men First Attaining Highest Position in Rank List

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Among the oldest awards in Harvard College for scholastic excellence, the Duter Prize Books have been given this year to eight Seniors, eleven Juniors, and fifteen Sophomores. These awards are made annually to students who in the previous year for the first time made Group 1, the highest in the rank list.

The winners this year are Paul C. Henshaw '36, Rye, N. Y.; Newton A. Levine '36, Roxbury, Mass.; Douglas T. McClay '36, Mattapan, Mass.; Daniel W. Meyer '36, Scarsdale, N. Y.; Albert L. Robinoitz '36, Cheises, Mass.; David Savan '36, Manchester, N. H.; Francis J. Whitefield '36, Springfield, Mass.; Jerome S. Zurkow '36, New York, N. Y.; William A. Beardslee '37, New Brunswick, N. J.; Alfred Biberman '37, Philsdelphia, Pa.; Milton Elkin '37, Roxbury, Mass.; Arthur J. Linenthal '37, Brookline, Mass.; Peter Megalonakis '37, Boston, Mass.; Neil G. Melone '37, Minneapolis, Minn.; Lionel F. Miller Jr. '37, Saranac Lake, N. Y.; Hubert H. Nexon '37, Brookline, Mass.; Thomas L. Perry Jr. '37, Asheville, N. C.; Robert E. Shalen '37, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Robert J. Stevenson '37, Washington, D. C.; Francis G. Blake Jr. '38, Medford, Mass.; Alan S. Geismer '38, Cleveland, O.; Herbert B. Griswold '38, South Euclid, O.; Robert, C. Jones '38, Toledo, O.; Wells Lewis '38, New York, N. Y.; John A. Moore '38, Clayton, Mo.; Nathan Myers '38, Dorchester, Mass.; Richard Paull '38, Barre Mass.; Philip T. Shahan '38, St. Louis, Mo.; Daniel T. Skinner '38, Roxbury, Mass.; Walter N. Trenerry Jr. '38, Duluth, Minn.; and Robert E. Wernick '38, Brighton, Mass.

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