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David D. Oakes '63 has been awarded the Joseph Garrison Parker prize, consisting of books, for the undergraduate with unusual breadth of interest outside the specifically pre-medical courses.
No award was given for the following prices: Francis Bowen price and Edwin Bechtel price.
William H. Bacon Jr. 63 has been awarded the Korean War Memorial-Lowell House prize, consisting of books, given to a junior in the House possessing certain outstanding qualities.
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