Today is the last day for making application for permission to compete for the Charles Eliot Norton Fellowship in Greek studies. The competition for this fellowship, which has an annual income of $600, is open to Seniors and members of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in Harvard University, and to Seniors and graduate students in Radcliffe College. The list of subjects for essays was announced in the Crimson of October 15, and is also posted on the official bulletin boards. Applications for permission to compete should be made to Professor C. B. Gulick, chairman of the Committee of Award.
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