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ADVOCATE OFFERS PRIZES

To Undergraduates and Graduates for Essays on Problems of the College or University.

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The Harvard Advocate offers for undergraduates a first prize of $200 and a second prize of $50; and for graduates, two prizes of similar values, for essays on problems of Harvard College or of Harvard University. The competition will close on April 1, and only graduates and undergraduates of the College are eligible to compete. Manuscripts must be limited to six thousand words, bear an assumed name, and be accompanied by a sealed envelope enclosing the writer's real name; each manuscript should be marked "Graduate" or "Undergraduate." Manuscripts may be sent to the Advocate Sanctum, addressed to the Prize Committee, Harvard Union.

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