larly and received commendation from the judges.
WINS IN STUDENT GROUP
In the college student group, first prize of twenty-five dollars is awarded to Miss Anne Silverman, 1252 36th street, Brooklyn. Miss Silverman is a student at Washington Square College of New York University. She is twenty years old.
Second prize of ten dollars in collegiate group is awarded dto Miss Ruth Siskin, 362 South 2nd street, Brooklyn. Miss Siskin is a journalism student at Columbia University. She is twenty-five years old.
Third prize in the college student class goes to Mr. Harry Levi, a student at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
MADISON STUDENT FIRST
In the high school division, first prize of ten dollars and a gold medal goes to Achad Sanders, of James Madison High School.
This is the second time that Sanders has won in a period of two weeks. Last week, Sander’s letter was judged second-best by the editorial board and his letter in the third contest has been chosen as the best in the high school group.
Second prize in the scholastic group is awarded to Isadore Benison, 956 Fox street, The Bronx. Benison is a student at Benjamin Franklin High School and has entered each contest regularly. His prize is five dollars and a silver medal.
Albert Domfest, a student at Morris High School, The Bronx, is the winner of the two-dollar third-prize and the bronze medal.
Honorable mention in the scholastic division goes to the following students: Miss Beatrice Bernstein, Seward Park High School; Jerome Kaplan, George Washington High School; A. Rubin, Hebrew Parochial High; Morris Berg, De Witt Clinton; and to Miss Mary Morgenstern, of Washington Irving.
Continuing the policy inaugurated by the judges last week, the following have received honorable mention in the non-student division: Paul Martinson, I. Malkin, Rose Halpern, Harry Greenberg. Clement Staff, David Klinger, William Crepea, Samuel Baron and Rose Herzog.
In the college division the following have received pecial mention: Charles Katz, N. Y. U.; Abraham Berger, Brooklyn College and Arthur Margulies, St. John’s.
The present standing of the schools in the race for the Jewish Daily Bulletin News Trophy that will be awarded to the school with the greatest number of points is as follows:
James Madison 195
Townsend Harris 125
George Washington 125
Benjamin Franklin 120
New Utrecht 95
Hebrew Parochial 75
De Witt Clinton 75
James Monroe 50
Washington Irving 25
The fifth Biggest Jewish News of the Week Contest will begin in the week-end edition of the Bulletin, December 9. Everybody is eligible. Readers And Students Who Have Won Prizes Are Not Barred. The competition is open to everybody.
Full details and complete rules of the contest will be announced in the week-end edition of the Jewish Daily Bulletin. Get your copy regularly. The Bulletin is sold on all newsstands.
Winning letters in each division are published today in another column.