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American Chemical Society prize of $1,000 has been awarded for 1937 to E. Bright Wilson, Jr., assistant professor of chemistry in Harvard University, it was announced yesterday. The award, bestowed annually upon a scientist under thirty-one years of age and of unusual promise, goes to Dr. Wilson, who is twenty-nine, for his experimental work in physical chemistry.

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