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Dunham, Finn Win Classical Club's Annual Essay Contest

Juniors Divide $15 Prize; Read Their Papers at Kirkland Meeting

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Results of an essay contest sponsored by the Classical Club were anounced last night at a meeting in the Junior common room of Kirkland House when the winners, Louis J. Dunham, Jr. '39 and Richard B. Finn, '39, read their prize-winning papers.

Dunham's essay was on "Aristotle, A Bourgeois Socialist," while Finn's discussed "The Birth of Atomism." The two winners will share the prize of $15 in books annually offered for the best essay on classical subjects submitted by a Junior. Five entered the competition.

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