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In Essay Competition, Six Juniors Read Before Group

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Lorimer Robey '38 won the first prize in an essay competition held Tuesday evening under the auspices of the Classical Club. His essay was entitled, "The Doctrine of the Self and Saint Augustine and Descartes." Second prize winner was Gordon M. Messing '38 with "Literary Anti-Semitism at Rome."

Honorable Mention was received by John A. Moore '38, writing on "The Homeric Hymn to Pan." Other papers were read by John G. Conley '38, Robert J. Cumming '38, and Daniel T. Skinner '38.

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