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Competition in Simple Design Work.

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A series of four competitions in simple design work will be held by the Pen and Brush Club this year, open to all members of the University. The subjects will generally have a bearing on architecture, but will be such as are not likely to be met with in the design work of the Architectural School. The drawings will be judged and the prizes awarded by a committee consisting of honorary members of the club. The subject for the first competition is a final sketch design for an Adirondack cabin, for which the specifications are now posted in Robinson Hall. A finished drawing is not expected, but a finished sketch in either ink or pencil.

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