SEARS APPLICATIONS CLOSE
Competitors Must Hand in Names to Professor H. W. Holmes Before December 18 at Lawrence 5
Competitors for the Sears Prizes must hand in their names to Professor H. W. Holmes '03, Dean of the Graduate School of Education, at 5 Lawrence Hall, on or before Monday, December 18. The subject chosen for discussion is "Do the Public Schools Really Educate the People?" The awards will be $100 for first prize and $25 for the second.
Mr. Richard Sears '91 has offered these prizes for the past two years and intends to offer them yearly, through 1925. Competition is open only to undergraduates in the College, Contestants will prepare their discussions for presentation at a date to be announced in March or April, 1923. The candidates will be allowed 30 minutes and may present their subject either by reading a paper or by speaking with or without notes. A list of references will be posted on Library Bulletin Board of the Graduate School of Education, and the contestants will be allowed access to this library in preparation of their subjects.