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Fred Welch Peel, Jr., '39, of Danville, Ky., a Prize Fellow in Harvard College, is winner of one of the oustanding awards to Freshmen, the Haskins Prize Book in the History 1 course.

The prize, competed for each year by 700 Freshmen, is awarded to the student who writes the best course essay during the second half year. Peel's essay, entitled "A Thwarted Revolt," was a discussion of the history of Germany immediately after the war.

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