Parker Brothers ran a contest during 1931 offering $1,000 in prizes for the "Most Interesting Camelot Situations."  (The contest actually ended on January 8, 1932, for the stated reason that, "This gives those who receive Camelot sets for Christmas an opportunity to compete.")


On April 2, 1932, the winners of the contest were announced.  Charles G. Schroeder of Garden Grove, California took home the top prize of $200.  Also awarded were two prizes of $100, eight prizes of $25, twenty prizes of $10, and forty prizes of $5.


Following are the contest advertisements, entry forms, and prize winner announcement.