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Thumbnail   The G. Coerte Voorhees Prize for Classical Languages is given by his children in memory of their father G. Coerte Voorhees, Latin teacher at St. Andrew's from 1935 to 1962. Awarded to the student who has done outstanding work in Latin and/or Greek. The 1967 G. Coerte Voorhees Prize for Classical Languages was awarded to Arthur Vandenberg '68.
Thumbnail   The G. Coerte Voorhees Prize for Classical Languages is given by his children in memory of their father, G. Coerte Voorhees, Latin teacher at St. Andrew's from 1935 to 1962. Awarded to the student who has done outstanding work in Latin and/or Greek. The 1968 G. Coerte Voorhees Prize for Classical Languages was awarded to Peter Maxson '69.
Thumbnail   The G. Coerte Voorhees Prize for Classical Languages is given by his children in memory of their father, G. Coerte Voorhees, Latin teacher at St. Andrew's from 1935 to 1962. Awarded to the student who has done outstanding work in Latin and/or Greek. The 1969 G. Coerte Voorhees Prize for Classical Languages was awarded to Arthur Miller '70.
Thumbnail   The G. Coerte Voorhees Prize for Classical Languages is given by his children in memory of their father, G. Coerte Voorhees, Latin teacher at St. Andrew's from 1935 to 1962. Awarded to the student who has done outstanding work in Latin and/or Greek. The 1970 G. Coerte Voorhees Prize for Classical Languages was awarded to John Barber '71.
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