The Pyne Honor Prize, established in 1922 in honor of Moses Taylor Pyne '77, is the highest distinction conferred on an undergraduate student at Princeton University. It is awarded annually on Alumni Day by the president to the student or students who demonstrate a high level of excellence in scholarship and who also most effectively support the mission and interests of the university. Notable winners include future president of the University Robert F. Goheen in 1940, and future United States senator Paul S. Sarbanes in 1954.
From the description of Pyne Honor Prize records, 1930-1969. (Peking University Library). WorldCat record id: 74214851