Solomon Bromer was one of the contestants.
EACH CONTESTANT GIVEN i AWARDS Each of the 34 contestants in Th Eagle Bee last night received two awards. Just before the avalanche of questions was begun H. V. Kaltenborn, Kaltenborn, associate editor of Tli Eagle, presented every contestant with a bronze medal from Th Engle. as winners bf the preliminary contests held in the re.spccths-schools. re.spccths-schools. re.spccths-schools. And when each left th platform in order of elimination ha or she was presented with a 19J9 Eagle Almanac. And additional honors came totht two winners. For Miss Adclins Johnson as first prize winner waa presented a gold medal by Miss Ma.-y Ma.-y Ma.-y E. Dillon, only woman Judge, and George R. Fenster, who won second place, had a silver medal pinned on his lapel by Boro President Byrne. Then, amid the tumultuous roar and cheer of the audience, Miss Johnson and Miss Elsie Cohen stepped forward and received Tha Eagle Cup from Dr. Joseph D. Allen, the third Judge. Representing Girl High School, they were the winning team who will retain the cup until next year's contest.