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In addition to the Harper Prize Contest, the Vanity Fair Prize Contest, and others which are offering awards for undergraduate literary ability, the Harvard Union has now announced that a Prize Essay Contest will be run this year, as in previous years, with a first prize of $35 and a second prize of $15.
All manuscripts entered in this contest must be in the hands of the Graduate Secretaries not later than March 7 in order to be considered by the Committee of Award. The essays may not exceed 2,500 words, and should be on some such subject as might be published in one of the leading magazines of the country. It is important that they be of essay style.
The Union will announce later the names of the members of the Committee of Award.
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