"America to England, 1670-1920" will be the subject of the poems for the Lloyd McKim Garrison Prize this year. The prize consists of $125 and a silver modal for "the best poem on a subject or subjects annually to be chosen and announced by a Committee of the Department of English."
The poems need not be restricted to 50 lines. They should bear an assumed name and should be accompanied by a sealed letter containing the true name of the writer and super scribed with the assumed name. Only undergraduates are eligible for the competition. All manuscripts should be left at University 4, at the office of the Secretary of the Faculty, by 5 P. M. April 1, 1921.