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CASH PRIZES OFFERED TO STUDENT PAINTERS

Fine Arts Guild Offers $25 for Oil Paintings, Water Colors; $10 for Drawings and Photos

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Cash prizes for paintings, drawings, and photographs are being offered by the Fine Arts Guild in a contest open to all undergraduates and first year graduate students. The contest, which closes Saturday, October 19, includes four classes, oil paintings, water colors, drawings, and photographs.

Prizes of $25.00 will be given for the best pictures submitted in the first two classes, and of ten dollars for those in the last two. In addition there will be a number of smaller awards for the photographic division.

Judges of the photographs and drawings are Langdon Warner '03, assistant curator of the Museum of Fine Arts, and Frank R. Frapie '98, editor of "American Photography," and of the paintings Frederick B. Robinson '31, of the Fogg Art Museum and Karl Zerbe.

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