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Henry Browne Hoover '2S.A., of Boise, Idaho, has been awarded the Eugene Dodd Medal, it was announced yesterday at the office of the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture.
The Eugene Dodd Medal is an anonymous gift to the School of Architecture, and is awarded this year for the first time. Hereafter it is to be presented annually. It is given to the student in the School of Architecture who is most proficient in Free-hand Drawing and in Water Color.
Hoover is a graduate from the University of Washington, class of 1924. He will graduate from the School of Architecture this year and go abroad on a Sheldon Travelling Fellowship.
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