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ITALIAN PRIZE

Students of Harvard, Radcliffe Are Eligible for Money Award

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Carl Y. Antonellis '37, president of the Circolo Italiano, has announced the offering of a prize, based on a knowledge of Italian and Italian culture, to be awarded annually to any undergraduate of Radcliffe or Harvard. The contest will open every year soon after midyears and will continue until the first week in April.

The prize is the interest from a $1000 fund accumulated by former officers of the organization. Applications are obtainable until Saturday, March 13, at the office of Louis F. Solano, instructor in Romance Languages, in Holyoke House.

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