Advocate Announces Contest

Any short story written by an undergraduate is eligible for the Harvard Advocate-Redbook Magazine contest with $750 as first prize. Stories must be less than 5000 words in length and should be handed in at the Advocate House on Bow Street before May 7.

Last year's second place in the contest was taken by Richard B. Dawkins '43, whose story, "Three's a Crowd," was published in the "Advocate."