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Three City Photographers Dominate State Contest

Three Ann Arbor profession-
al photographers last night
captured more awards in the
Michigan Professional Photog-
raphers Association statewide
photography contest from any
other city in the state. The con-
test was held in Detroit.

They are Fred Basom, pro-
prietor of the Dey Photographic
Studios at 332 S. State; Jack
Lewis of the Dale Fisher Asso-
ciates at 2005 S. Industrial; and
Samuel Sturgis, who operates a
photography studio at 1112 S.

Basom received the "best in
the show" trophy award for a
portrait of University art stu-
dents Arthur Sempliner and Ju-
dith 0. Tipton at the associa-

tion's annual awards banquet More than 450 prints were en- Dimitri Lazarof, Pontiac ph(
following the Detroit exhibit, tered in the competition with tographer, was ele + ' -social

In addition, Basom received about 120 being hung, 17 of them tion president and i th^
the highest point score for any from Ann Arbor """^"rsnhers. photographer of +1- :ir award,!
print entered by a local photog-
rapher. He won a first place
blue ribbon, second place red
ribbon and third place yellow
ribbon among five prints.

Lewis received a plaque for
"outstanding print achieve-
ment." He received two first
place awards and second and
third place awards for prints
entered in various categories.

Sturgis also received a plaque
for "outstanding print achieve-
ment" and received a blue rib-
bon, a red ribbon and two y

low ribbons for prints entercri
in categories.

'BEST IN SHOW: This portrait by Ann Arbor photog-
rapher Fred Basom was judged "hpst in the show" in a
state' •—i test held in Detroit ^ht by the Michigan
Prok . i i Photographers As^c The shot is of Uni-
versity art students Jur Tipton and Arthur Sempliner.