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At the annual Visitors' Day of the Harvard Naval ROTC unit, held in Memorial Hall yesterday afternoon, four awards were presented to members of the course. After the ceremonies the corps reviewed, and a tea dance concluded the afternoon.
Joseph A. Locke '41, of Adams House, received the Massachusetts Society of the Sons of the American Revolution Medal, presented "To the Senior who displayed outstanding interest, ability, and general excellence... on the required Naval ROTC cruise..." This medal was presented by Lieutenant Ross Courier, USNR, who awarded another prize from the same society to John Lowell '42, of Winthrop House, as "the Junior having highest scholastic standing for the two years of his basic course."
The Charles P. Curtis Prize, presented to the winning rifle team in the Naval Sci-Mil Sci match, was awarded by Rear Admiral W.T. Tarrant, USN. Tarrant also presented marksmanship insignia, contributed by the Naval Department, to several members of the unit.
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