In the week-end competition held between the Harvard Architectural School, the Architectural Department of M. I. T., and the Boston Architectural Club, the first award was given to G. T. Daub 2S.A., and the second award to H. B. Hoover 1S.A. These awards, known as the Charles Eliot Prize, are for $50 and $25 respectively. This competition is entirely extra-curriculum; the programs are given out on a Friday and the drawings handed in the following morning. These contests are designed to prepare students for competitions like the Paris Prize.
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