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Six holders of prize winning exhibits in the Dunster and Kirkland House art competitions which closed last Saturday were announced by the faculty judges last night.
Winners named in Dunster House were Thomas Fraser, Jr. '49 and Victor A. Lundy, G.S.D. The four top places in the Kirkland House exhibition went to Albert D. Anderson '49, Bruce Benner, Jr. '49, Jerome E. Carlin '49; and Bernard C. Greenly '49.
Continuing the series of art exhibits which are being held throughout the University this fall, members of Adams House will have a chance to compete in a display which opens in the House today and which will continue next week.
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