This year the Boylston Prizes and the Lee Wade Prize will be competed for at the same meeting; and the terms of competition for these prizes will be the same. Every competitor will submit his selection to the Boylston Professor for approval. The prize awarded to the best speaker will be a prize of fifty dollars offered by Dr. and Mrs. Francis H. Wade in memory of their son, Lee Wade 2nd, 1914. The last day for approval of selections is April 7, 1921.
Combine Boylston and Wade Prizes
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