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Earnest E. Smith '02, former captain of the Newell Boat Club and single scull champion of the University, is offering a $25 prize for the best essay written by an upperclassman on the 1937 crew season, it was revealed last night.
The essay is not to exceed 2000 words exclusive of lists and summaries.
Lists and summaries should fill the first pages, forming a chronological record of the principal rowing events, together with the individual names and classes of the winners. These should number all intercollegiate events such as Varsity, Freshman, 150 pound, Jayvees, and intramural sculling.
Following such introductory lists, the main body of the essay should be a readable narrative of the high spots of the season, covering not only the races but other matters such as the progress of the coaching system, amusing or unusual incidents during the training season or the races themselves, and any new developments or experiments in equipment.
Data on last year's results may be obtained from Robert H. Haynes, assistant librarian, at Widener Library.
Manuscripts should be submitted before the spring recess, either at the H.A.A. or at the offices of the CRIMSON, which has been delegated to conduct the contest and judge the essays.
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