Garrison Prize Poems Due Sunday
All poems for the Lloyd McKim Garrison Prize must be left at the office of the Secretary of the Faculty, University 5, before Sunday.
The poems should not exceed 50 lines, and should be on one of the following subjects, chosen by the Department of English at the suggestion of the donors of the gift. "Serge Witte", "The Stadium", "Democracy", "The Charles River." Manuscripts should bear an assumed name, and should be accompanied by a sealed letter containing the true name of the writer and superscribed with his assumed name. Competition is open only to undergraduates in the College.
The prize was won last year by C. T. Ryder '06 for a poem entitled "The Immigrant", which was printed in the first issue of the "Monthly" this year.