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The Sargent Prize of one hundred dollars is offered each year for the best metrical translation of a lyric poem of Horace.
The selection for 1898 is the twenty-ninth Ode of the third Book.
Undergraduates of Harvard College and of Radcliffe College may compete for this prize. The prize may be withheld if no competitor appears to deserve it.
The General Rules for the Guidance of Competitors for Prizes stated in the Catalogue for 1896-97, pp. 181, 182, must be accurately followed.
Manuscripts are to be delivered to the Recording Secretary. This year the latest permissible date of delivery is the last day of April, 1898; and on that day the Office closes at 1 p. m.
J.M. PEIRCE, Dean.
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