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The final date for handing in theses for the Prize Competition of the Harvard Club of North China has been changed from January 1, 1920, to April 1, 1920, on account of the fact that no theses have as yet been submitted.
The prize of $100 is offered by the Harvard Club of North China for the best thesis on any subject connected with China, and the competition is open to all students of the University, graduates and undergraduates.
Manuscripts (in duplicate) must be left with Professor C. R. Lanman, 9 Farrar street, not later than April 1.
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