The CRIMSON in conjunction with the Radcliffe Daily announces a movie review contest, open to all students of Harvard and Radcliffe, of "The Case of Sergeant Grischa" which will appear for three days at the University Theatre beginning Thursday. Two prizes are offered by the theatre management, the winner of the Radcliffe contest and the Harvard winner each receiving $10. The reviews, which will be judged by the Dramatic Critic of the Radcliffe paper and the CRIMSON Playgoers, must be submitted to the CRIMSON Building by noon, Monday, May 25th. The winning Harvard review will be published in the CRIMSON.
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