ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR PRIZE TO WINNING DANTE ESSAYIST
Dante Society Makes Annual Offer for Essay on the Life of Dante
The Dante Society offers again its annual prize of one hundred dollars for an essay on some phase of the life or works of Dante. Essayists may choose any one of the subjects proposed by the Society or may pick one with the approval of the Council of the Society.
On the title page of the document must appear a false name and the writer's classification in the University. The prize is open to all undergraduates and graduates of not more than three years' standing of any college. To accompany the essay a sealed envelope is required containing the author's real name and address.
If not essay is considered by the judges to be worth the full award, the prize may be divided or else not given at all. The Society has the privilege of keeping any or all essays for depositing in the Dante Collection of the Harvard College Library. The last day on which essays may be submitted to the Dean of Harvard College is May 1, 1924. For details of the contest men may apply to Professor G. B. Weston '97.