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Hona Karmel '51, a Polish girl in his first term at Radcliffe, is national final prize winner in Mademoiselle's undergraduate short story contest. The magazine notified Miss Karmel last Friday that her story had been chosen for the $500 prize.

Miss Karmel's story will be printed to a forthcoming issue of Mademoiselle. She will go to New York next week in shorten her manuscript from its present 15,000 words to the 10,000 requested by the magazine.

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