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International Speech Contest: October 1998

Author:Author unknown, Issue: October 1998, Topic: Events

The Tsuchiura Lionís Club in cooperation with other civic groups, is sponsoring a Japanese Speech Contest by foreigners to be held at the Tsuchiura Shimin Kaikan (Citizenís Hall) on Sat., Oct. 24. The winner will walk away with a •100,000 prize, with other monetary and other prizes given to all others (•50,000 for second place, etc.) So if you have something interesting to say and want to practice your Japanese, this is a good opportunity to earn a little cash!

Any foreign resident in Japan is eligible. As the contest will be limited to 15 participants, you need to first apply to the committee, giving a general outline of what you want to say in a 5 minute (or less) speech. Send a summary of your proposed speech in Japanese (of about 200 characters in length) to: Naraya, Tsuchiura Shiten, 4-16-1 Shimotakatsu, Tsuchiura 300-0812 by the deadline of Oct. 10. For further information, call 23-2011 and ask for Yokoyama or Komatsuzaki.

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