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Owen, McVey Given Awards

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E. Robert Owen '58, of Leverett House and St. Louis Park, Minn., has been awarded the Donald Angier Memorial Trophy for the most improved player on the Harvard hockey team. Robert McVey '58, of Leverett House and Hamden, Conn., has won the John Tudor Memorial Cup for being named the team's most valuable player. Owen played defense and McVey was a wing on this year's Ivy League championship team.

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