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As a prelude to its hundredth birthday party July 4, the City of Cambridge Centennial Committee is sponsoring an essay contest with a $200 first prize for which University students may compete it was announced yesterday through David M. Little '18, Secretary to the University.

"Cambridge: Its History, Its Problems. Its Future" is the subject upon which contestants from "Cambridge Colleges" may write 3000 to 5000 words.

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