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Winners of four major prize contests, including three University undergraduates and one Radcliffe student, were announced yesterday by college officials.
James G. Miller '37 of Lakewood, Ohio, won the Edwin DeT. Bechtel prize of $100 for the best philosophical essay submitted by graduates or undergraduates in Philosophy. Miller transferred from the University of Michigan in 1935.
To Frederick S. Armstrong, Jr. '39 of Weymouth was awarded the annual John Osborne Sargent Prize of $200 for the best metrical translation of a lyric poem of Horace by an undergraduate.
The Susan Anthony Potter Prize was won by Karl E. Schevill '37 of Berkely, California, a transfer student from the University of California in 1934. This award is given annually for the best essay by an undergraduate dealing with the Spanish literature of the Golden Age.
Open to students of Harvard and Radcliffe, the Susan Anthony Potter Prize of $100 for the best thesis on the field of Comparative Literature was won by Miss Jeanette Eyre, Radcliffe '37 of Cambridge, a graduate of the Cambridge School.
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