First prize in the Freshman Art Exhibit, sponsored by the Union Committee, was recently awarded to "Hot Hour on Sunday," by William McG. Field '55 of Santa Fe, New Mexico and Thayer Hall. Other winners, as judged by a member of the staff of Fogg Art Exhibit, are: Second, "Glasses," by Herbert F. Neuwalder '55 of New York City and Matthews Hall: and Third. "Macha Hi," by Wyman L. Emery '55 of 3 Norway Road, Milton.
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