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THE <&?* NEWS' $100.00 Daily Tide Contest
Write a title in 12 words or less and win $100.00
Tear out'this picture,
write a title for it in
12 words or lest, and
send to "Titles," THE
NEWS, P.O. Box 476,
City Hall Station, New
PICTURE NO. 4
write; tour title for this picture in space belo^
or on 8eparate sheet and send it to "titles." thb
news, p. o. box 476, city ha?-l station, n?w york city.
i'fer ? . . #?
Street and Number.
Jity and State.
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Every day THE NEWS-New
li ork 's picture newspaper?prints on page
5 a picture without a title. The question is asked :
"What does this picture mean?" An original title is wanted. A
new picture is printed every day and THE NEWS pays $100.00
every day for the best title to it.
The latest picture inTHE NEWS'
great $14)0.00 daily title contest is published
above. What does this picture mean to .vow? Gail
you write a title for it? It's easy !, Just try. Write your answer
in 12 words or less and send it to "Titles", THE NEWS, P. O.
Box 476, City Hall Station, New York City. Then watch
THE NEWS every day for announcement of prize winners.
What is meant by "Title"? A
title tells what a picture is about. It usually
describes the picture, tells its meaning or tells what
the people in the picture are saying or ?loing. For examples*
look at the titles to the different photographs in THE NEWS.
All the pictures in THE NEWS'
title contest are original?drawn especially
for THE NEWS. They have never appeared before.
Ihey do not refer to any book, quotation, or particular subject"
Consequently this is not a contest of "guessing" what the picture refers to'
but rather one of writing an original title to fit the picture.
This great contest is open to every
one. It does not matter where you live?
you are eligible. Everything is FREE. No entrance
fees?nothing to pay. All you have to do is write your title to
the ??no1!? and se?d h ^JH.E NEWS. Every one has an equal chance to
win 3?IW.UI) every day. Winning answers will be published in THE NEWS.
Try your skill! Start with the
picture shown above. Write a clever title
for it, sign your name and address and send it in. You
may write your answer in the space above or on a separate piece
of paper. Titles must be 12 words OR LESS The fewer words in which
you can tell the story the better. Remember brevity is the soul of wit.
For further details and announcements of winners, get THE NEWS from
your newsdealer?every morning, 2p.
THE ^SRP? NEWS
$100.00 Daily Title Contest
(These rules are substantially the same as for the
1. Every day a new picture will appear In THE
NEWS/ A prize of S 100.00 is paid every day for
the best title to each one of these pictures.
2. The contest is open to every one. All that Is nec?
essary Is to write avid send in your titles to the pic?
tures within the hours set for their receipt.
S. The tise of the coupon Is suggested but ?,?><-? re?
quired. Please write plainly and be sure'to odd
your name and address. Contestants arc request?
ed to place number of picture on answers to avoid
4. All answers to picture .\"o. 4 printed abote must
be received at T?1E NEWS oftice. npt later than 6
p. m. Thursday, March 2".th.
5. The winner of the S100.00 priie ior the best title
to each picture will be announced exactly one week
after that picture is printed In THE NEWS. For
cxamfiie, the winner of the prize for Pictnri? No. 4
printed above will be announced Tuesday, March
0. Titles must be twelve words Oit LESS. The f?wer
words In which you can tell the story the better.
Remember, brevity is the soul of wit. Bvphcnated
words will count as one. Each contesta til may
submit no more than three titles for each picture.
7. Quotations from books or other sources: mottns or
bit. of published ver be arc barred. A title may l?e
forrj'rd hv adept i nj. or combining parts of well?
known quotations, but the title as submitted must
be original in.form.
8. In case of tie? 9100.00 will be awarded to each
9. Titles will be judged by a committee from 'the
staff of THE NEWS and their decision is filial.
Address all letters:
THE ^os? NEWS
P. O. Box 476, City Hall Station
New York City, N. Y.
Send Answers to "Titles"
NEW YORK'S PICTURE NEWSPAPER .
At All Newsdealers'?-Every Morning?2c