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Moore, Sandoz Win Awards In History and Literature

Junior, Sophomore Receive Prizes for Progress in Field

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John Andrew Moore '38 of Clayton Missouri has been awarded the History and Literature Prize of $50 for showing the greatest promise among Juniors concentrating in this field, it was announced last night by Francis O. Mathiessen, associate professor of History. Moore is a member of the Junior Eight of the Harvard Phi Beta Kappa chapter.

At the same time, the Barrett Wendell Prize of selected books in History and Literature was given to Edonard Sandoz '39 of Cambridge, as the sopohmore who has made the most notable progress during the year.

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