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Winner this year of the Advocate Trophy presented to the best preparatory school literary publication in America was the "Choate Literary Magazine" of Choate School. In making the award the editors of the Advocate gave special mention to the "Milton Orange and Blue" of Milton Academy and the "Grotonian" of Groton School.
The trophy is donated by the seven Advocate Trustees who include Professor Charles Abbott '28, Bernard P. Day '25, Walter D. Edmonds, Roy E. Larsen '21, Hoffman Nickerson '11, Hon. Samuel H. Ordway, Jr. '21, and Frank A. Vanderlip '30.
The award is made each year by the Advocate after careful consideration of material, format, and amount of Faculty assistance. The magazines judged are required to submit to the Advocate one copy of each issue published during the year.
Last year's recipient of the award was the "Grotonian" of Groton School, with honorable mention going to the magzines of Fountain Valley School and Choate School.
The trophy was presented this year on behalf of the Board of Editors by the Secretary, Jeffrey E. Fuller '38.
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