Candidates for the Lloyd McKim Garrison Prize in poetry must hand in their poems at University 5 before 5 o'clock this afternoon. The prize, which is offered for the first time this year, consists of $100 and a specially designed medal. It will be awarded to the author of the best original English poem of 40 to 60 lines in length, written on one of the following topics: The Balkans, The Immigrant, Harvard College, The Strike-breaker, The New Japan, Charles Russell Lowell. The further conditions governing the competition can be found in the issue of the CRIMSON for April 11.
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