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Final opportunity is offered today to apply for the competition for the Charles Eliot Norton Fellowship in Greek Studies for the year 1920-1921. Competition for this Fellowship, which was established by James Loeb, Esq., of New York, of the class of 1888, as an expression of his regard and respect for Professor Norton, and in recognition of his eminent services to Classical Archaeology, is open to undergraduates and graduates of the University and of Radcliffe College. The annual income derived from it amounts to $950.
The award will be made by a committee appointed by the Department of the Classics on the basis, first of a thesis on a subject approved by this committee, and lastly, of such other evidence of scholarship as may be accessible. In the award no account will be taken of the financial means of the competitor and no award will be made in case the theses are not of sufficient merit. The winner of the Fellowship must agree to pursue his studies for the year of his incumbency at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Applications for admission to the competition must be made before tonight to the Chairman of the Department of Classics, and the theses of approved candidates must be presented to the Chairman not later than February 16.
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