News Contest Starts Sunday in the Bulletin

One hundred dollars a week in cash prizes will be awarded weekly to winners of the Biggest Jewish News of the Week contest which begins in the week-end edition of the Jewish Daily Bulletin, Sunday, November 11.

The contest is open to all readers of the Jewish Daily Bulletin, and college and high school students.

Three cash prizes will be awarded each week to readers of the Jewish Daily Bulletin in the non-student division. First prize will be twenty-five dollars with second and third prizes ten dollars and five dollars, respectively.

In the student class, college and high school students fall into two divisions. For college men and women, the prize awards will be the same as in the non-student category—twenty-five dollars, ten dollars and five dollars for the first, second and third prizes.

MEDALS FOR STUDENTS

High school students will receive medals in addition to the first three cash awards. A high school student who wins first prize in this Biggest Jewish News of the Week contest will also receive a gold medal symbolic of the contest. Second place will net five dollars and a sterling silver medal with third prize a two-dollar cash award and a bronze medal for the winner.

The medals will have the names of the winners engraved upon them and are decorated with handsome designs.

This contest is a test of the ability of readers and students of the Jewish Daily Bulletin to spot the value of the news. At the end of a week letters telling What is the Biggest Jewish News of the Week and Why must be mailed to the Contest Editor to be eligible for a share in the $100 cash awards that will be made weekly.

Readers of the Jewish Daily Bulletin can gain a deep insight into world affairs by participating in this current events contest. All the news concerning Jews appears daily in the Jewish Daily Bulletin. Can you place your finger on the Biggest Jewish News of the Week and give your reason why? There’s good, hard cash waiting for those readers and students who do.

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