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As in 1919, the Hasty Pudding Club will run this year a play competition open to all undergraduates in the University. The author or authors of the winning play, if Juniors of Seniors, will be elected members of the club; or, if they already are members, will be given suitable prizes. Successful Freshmen or Sophomores will be given two tickets to each performance or the equivalent.
The following rules relating to the competition have been somewhat amended since their publication in last Saturday's CRIMSON.
Only two persons may combine on the book of the play.
There will be no competition for the music of the play. All manuscripts must be typewritten and must be sent to the President of the Hasty Pudding Club any time from now to October 30th, 1920.
All additional information in regard to the competition may be obtained from any member of the committee in charge, composed of A. H. Parker '97, 50 Congress street, Boston; J. S. Seabury, 70 Kilby street; G. C. Lee Jr. '21, and T. S. Lamont '21, Hasty Pudding Club, Cambridge.
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