CATALOGUE ANNOUNCES NEW PRIZES FOR 1924-25

Give $50 to Junior Showing Most Promise in History and Literature

The University Catalogue for this year will announce three prizes not in the Catalogue for last year, it was learned last night.

The three new prizes will be as follows: a prize of $50 to the member of the Junior Class in the college who shows the greatest promise among undergraduates concentrating in History and Literature; a prize of $100 offered by the University Menorah Society for an essay written by an undergraduate on a subject connected with the work and achievements of the Jewish people; and a book suitably inscribed for a student who, not needing financial aid and therefore ineligible to compete for the Elizabeth Wilder Prize, receives the highest mark at the mid-year examination in elementary German. This is known as the Carl Schurz Prize.