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ADVOCATE PRIZE COMPETITION

Essays on Subjects of University Interest are due at 6 o'clock.

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All essays for the Advocate Prize competition must be sent to the Advocate sanctum in the Union or to Little's 21 by 6 o'clock today. Essays may be on any topic of general University interest, and should be between 2000 and 6000 words in length. The best essay will receive a prize of $200, and the second best a prize of $50. These two will be printed in the Advocate, and the Advocate also reserves the right to print any others that may be of sufficient merit. Announcement of the results will be made at the time of the annual Advocate dinner on May 10. Each essay should be signed with an assumed name and accompanied by a sealed envelope containing the author's true name. The competition this year is not open to graduates, as was the case last year.

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