SCHOLARSHIPS AND PRIZES. 89 A n
has stood high in the list of agricultural colleges in the number of win- V l
nings. This College now holds the National Saddle Horse trophy, and
the Ayrshire Dairy Cattle trophy mentioned above. J '
:32 C, Trophy for the best judging or Holstein-Friesian cattle. _ A
Bien D, Trophy for the best judging of Jersey cattle.
l E. Trophy for the best judging of Guernsey cattle.
F. Trophy for the best judging of Ayrshire cattle. `
In addition to these trophies, the American Jersey Cattle Club, the .
hmsh American Guernsey Cattle Club, and the Holstein-Friesian Association of
thwh, America, each offers a $400 scholarship to the Agricultural College
student making the highest individual score in judging its respective
breed of cattle.
_ I lnterscholastic Tournament Prizes.
hens] The winners of first, second, and third places in each event of the
, hest lnterscholastic Tournament are awarded a gold, silver, and bronze medal
These respectively. The contestant winning the largest number of points in
the track and field events is awarded an individual championship gold
shew medal. The high school winning the largest number of points in the
ehsge tournament is given a championship loving-cup, to be retained one year
after being won.
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