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Advocate Offers Poetry Prize

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The Advocate is offering, through G. Faunce Whitcomb '16 a prize of a silver medal in memory of Emily C. Whitcomb, for the best poem which shall have appeared in the Advocate during the current academic year, written by an undergraduate not a member of the Board. The only stipulations are that the poem shall be in neither blank verse nor free verse. Every number of the Advocate will be judged, including numbers already issued. The award will be made on June 1. The judges will consist of Mr. Whitcomb and the Advocate Board.

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