Tomorrow is the last day for receiving dissertations and essays for the following prizes: the Bowdoin Prizes for original composition in English, Latin, and Greek; the Harvard Menorah Society Prize; the Lloyd McKim Garrison Prize for a poem entitled "Belgium"; the Francis Bott Prize and the George Arthur Knight Prize for original composition in music; and theses of candidates for the degree of Ph.D. in 1915 in the Division of Ancient Languages, of Modern Languages, and of History, Government, and Economics. It is also the last day for receiving applications of candidates for second-year lionors, and the names of competitors for the Boylston Prizes for elocution.
MANY CONTESTS CLOSE TOMORROW
Manuscripts Due for Five Prizes.-Also Theses for Distinction.
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