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December 12, 1994 | from Associated Press
Ben Jones didn't have much time Sunday to celebrate his Rhodes scholarship. After all, scholars have to hit the books. "Unfortunately, I have a big exam tomorrow. You can't get away from the exams," said the 22-year-old Princeton University student, one of 32 Americans who received the prestigious academic award. The mechanical engineering student from Falmouth, Mass., said it was a long road to the prize, which offers winners a chance to study next fall at Oxford University in Britain.
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December 12, 1994 | from Associated Press
Ben Jones didn't have much time Sunday to celebrate his Rhodes scholarship. After all, scholars have to hit the books. "Unfortunately, I have a big exam tomorrow. You can't get away from the exams," said the 22-year-old Princeton University student, one of 32 Americans who received the prestigious academic award. The mechanical engineering student from Falmouth, Mass., said it was a long road to the prize, which offers winners a chance to study next fall at Oxford University in Britain.
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