A Toriarian Club Trophy competition will begin today and be held until next Friday, March 28. The competition, which will be open to members of Landscape Architecture 2 and 3, will be for the design of a private estate of about five acres on the shore of a lake. The estate belongs to a Boston business man and will contain a brick colonial house, plans and photographs of which will be furnished. Topos and other data will be given out to competitors this afternoon at 3 o'clock in Robinson Hall.
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