The "Print of the Year" may be lying somewhere in Harvard, and two College photo clubs are trying to find it. The winning pictures from the contest they are sponsoring will be hung in Hunt Hall for a week and then forwarded to The Camera magazine to be considered for $30 in prizes and the first-place title.
Anyone in the University is eligible for the competition, which is being conducted on a nation-wide basis. Prints should be turned in to either the Union or Harvard Photographic Society before Monday night.
Judges for the contest include Cecil B. Atwater, photographer and lecturer on Mexico, and Leigh Hoadley, Professor of Zoology and Master of Leverett House.