Candidates for the Ricardo Prize Scholarship must submit today to Professor W.Z. Ripley, chairman of the department of Economics, an announcement of their intention to compete, together with a statement of their previous studies. Such statements may be made to Professor Ripley in person or at his office in University 24.
The examination for the prize will be held in University 23 next Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Each candidate will be called upon to write, in the examination room, an essay upon some subject in economics and political science, to be chosen by himself from a list not previously announced. Any student in the University who will be next year a member of the Senior class or of the Graduate School is eligible. The scholarship yields an income of $350 and the incumbent must devote the major portion of his time to economic and political studies.