"College Humor," in conjunction with the publishing house of Doubleday and Doran, has made announcement of its second prize college novel contest, the first of which was held this year. The magazine and the editors of the publishing concern are offering a prize of $3,000 for the best novel on college life written by an undergraduate or a graduate of not more than one year.
The story may or may not be an autobiography but it must deal with college life and college people; it must be a study of contemporary college life. The prize offered covers rights to serialize the story in "College Humor," publication rights and royalties. Motion picture and dramatic rights are reserved for the author. Moreover, both the book and the magazine publishers reserve the right to publish either in book or serial form, any of the novels submitted in the contest.
Betty White, of Northwestern, won the contest this year with her novel, "I Lived This Story."