11 MAY 1929, Page 21

A New Competition

Tux Editor offers a prize of five guineas for the paragraph of not more than a hundred and fifty words, on any subject in which is hidden the largest number of names of recognized motor car makes. As an example of what is required, we quote the following sentences Once in a house on a hill, many miles from a town, lived our hero, Vernon." The names of motor cars must, as far as possible, be spelt accur- ately, and should be clearly underlined. The paragraph must make intelligent reading. The Competition will close on Friday, June 7th.