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Contest for Best Sermon on Eugenics

February 23, 1926
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A contest for the best sermon preached in America on the subject of eugenics is announced by the Committee on Cooperation with Clergymen of the American Eugenics Society.

The competition is open to any minister, priest, rabbi, or student in a theological seminary of any denomination. The sermon must be preached before July 1, 1926, and the awards will be made on October 1, 1936.

Rules and announcements will be mailed on application to the American Eugenics Society, 185 Church Street. New Haven. Conn. A bibliography of eugenics will also be mailed upon request.

Irving Fisher is president of the American Eugenics Society, Charles B. Davenport, vice-president and Henry P. Fairchild, secretary. chairman of the New York State Educational Commission, was reelected president of the New York Fifth Avenue Association.

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