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p e c i a l p r i ze aggregating o n e h u n d red d o l l a r , the g i f t o f W i l l H a rtwe l l Lyford of the cl a s of 1 79, of hic ago, I l l i n o i , a re made avail able to the College, an d a re op n to the young men attending preparatory chools in M a i ne, New H a m p h i re, and M a achu ett . Th c h ief object of the p r i ze · i to encou rage p ub l ic speaking, and the award a re made for general exc l l ence i n declamation. H OOLS R E PR E ENTED I N 1 9 26 Ba ngor H igh L i vermore Falls H igh Brid gton Academy Maine Central I n stitute M a l den ( M a s . ) H igh B r i dgton H i gh anton H i gh M il o H igh a r rnel H i gh Newport H i gh North ( Worce�ter, Ma s. ) oburn la sical I n stitute ony H i gh Portl an d H i gh E a tham pton ( M a . ) H igh R ichmond H igh E a t M i l l i nocket H igh S a nford H i gh Edward Little H i gh kowhega n H igh Good W i l l H igh Strong H igh Traip Academy H ebron Academy I aterville H igh Higgin l a ical In tit ute We tbrook H igh J o rdan H igh W i n throp H i gh Leavitt In titute ommerce Worce ter ( M a �- ) H i "'h Scho0l of

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LYFORD PRIZE FOH 1 9 25-1 926 Fir t pr ize, W i n low L . Jone , Portl an d H igh ; econd p r i ze, L i n wood Lagerson, We tbrook H i gh ; t h i rd p rize, Georg E . Lodgen, M al de n ( M a � · ) H igh ; fourth prize, A l bert L. Hall, Worce ter ( Ma s . ) H igh. · E V E T E E 1 TH AN U A L M U R R A Y P R I Z E D E B A T E T h e sum o f o n e h u n dred dol l a r , t h gift of George Edwi n M u rray, o f t h e c l a s o f 1 8 7 9 , o f Lawrence, M a ach u ett , i aw arded t o t h e · i x p u b l i c debater cho en from a m ong the tudent electi n g Public peaking 6 . Seventy-five dollars i g i ven to th e w i n n i n o· team, to be divi ded equally among the t h ree peakers · twenty-five dollars i s gi ven t o the losing team , t o b e d ivided i n l i ke manner. M U R R A Y PRIZE'S FOR 1 9 25- 1 926 '2 ; Ken neth H . W i n n i n g team , C h a rl es P . Nelson, '2 ; L aw rence A . P ake Losing team, Joh n D . Jo h n o n , '27 ; Arth u r B . Levine, '28 ; Lind a y C. a sen s , '2 . V a r n u m , '26. SEVE T E E N T H A N N U A L H A L L O W E L L P R I Z E S P E A K ! G C O N T E S T S peci al prizes aggregating o n e h u n d red dollar , t h e gift of F lorenti u s Merri l l H a l l owel l , o f t h e c l a o f 1 7 7 , a re awarded t o t h e best speaker among t h e students elect i n g Public S peaking 6. The aim i s the encou ragement of public peaki n g. SIXTEENTH A NUAL GOODWIN PRIZE SPEAK! G 0 TEST S peci a l p rizes aggregating o n e h un d red dollars, g i ven b y M atie E . Good w i n of Skowhega n , M a in e , in memory of her h u s ba n d , Hon. F erre t Goodwin , of the class of 18 7, are awa rded to students in the Men's D ivision for excellence in the delivery of origina 1 addres8. A N UAL H A M L I P RI Z E S P E A K I N G CONTE ST A fi rst prize of ten dollars and a second p r ize of five dollars are awarded to the two best speakers i n the F reshman H am l i n Pr i ze S peaking Contest, Men's D ivision, for excellence i n p ublic read ing . S im i l a r award s are made i n the Women's D iv i si o n . S O P H O M O R E PRIZ E D E C L A M A T I O N A fi r st p r ize of t e n dol l ars a n d a second p r ize o f fi v e dollars are awa rded to the two best peaker in the Sophomore Declamation , Men's D i v i s i o n , for excellence i n declamation. S i m i l a r awards a re made i n t h e Women's D i v i s i o n . J U N T O R P R I Z E E X H I BI T I O N A fi r t p r ize o f twenty-five dollars, a second p r ize o f fifteen dollars, a n d a t h i r d prize of t e n dol l a rs a re awarded to the t h ree b e s t speakers i n the J u n i o r Exhibit ion, Men's D i v i si o n , for excellence i n com pos ition a n d declamation. S i m i l a r awards a re m ade in the Women's Divisio n . S I X T H A NUAL CO BU RN PR I ZE S P E A K I N G C O N T E S T S peci a l p r i zes aggregating o n e h u nd red dol lars, the gift o f Louise H elen Cobu r n , o f the c l a s s o f 1 8 7 7 , are awarded to t h e best speakers i n a p u b l i c contest o p e n to a l l members o f the Women 's D i v i s i o n .

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