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TOPIARIAN CLUB TROPHY CONTEST CLOSES TODAY

Consists of Design for Summer Tea-Room Grounds With New England Colonial Garden--Open to Students in School of Landscape Architecture

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The annual competitions for the Topiarian Club Trophy which began on Thursday closes today at 6 o'clock Students who wish to enter drawings in the competition and have not done so should apply to Professor H. V. Hubbard '97 at Robinson Hall.

The competition consists in the design of a summer tea-room grounds with a New England Colonial garden, supposed to be situated on Cape Cod. This is the twelfth competition for the trophy, which was presented by an unknown donor in 1912. It is open to all students in the School of Landscape Architecture, but members of courses 2b and 3b in Landscape Architecture are required to enter drawings. The jury and date of award will be announced later. These competitions serve to give the students of Landscape Architecture opportunity to put their knowledge to a practical application.

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