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The following prizes have been announced: to Tobias M. Goodman '62, the David Taggart Clark prize for the student selected to deliver the Latin Oration at commencement; to Joseph E. Slements '63 and Laurence H. Tribe '62, the Coolidge Debating prizes, income from the fund, as the two best speakers in the trial debates for the Harvard-Yale-Princeton intercollegiate debates.

Also: to Patrick S. Nagie III '62, the Lloyd McKim Garrison prize, income from the fund and a silver medal, for a group of poems (honorable mention went to Charles Lowry '65, for a group of poems); aid the Susan Anthony Potter comparative literature prize, to Peter P. Brooks 2G, income from the fund, for thesis entitled "The Rest is Silence: Hamlet as Decadent" (second prize to Renata Addler 2G, for thesis entitled "The problem of Poetic Opacity in Translating 'Die Aufzeichnungen Des Malte Laurids Briggs'").

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