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Re: Var:Dykes Medalist


Joe Spears writes:

> I believe that CONJURATION is still eligible.(for the Dykes Medal)

According to the rules of eligibility of TB cultivars for the Dykes Medal
which were adopted by the AIS Board of Directors at their Fall, 1996
meeting and which were in force last year, CONJURATION (and SUPREME SULTAN)
only had a one-year period of eligibility and are no longer candidates for
the Dykes Medal. Of course, as with Dodge trucks, it is possible that the
rules have changed. If so, I am unaware of it, since contrary to custom,
the minutes of the AIS Board's Fall 1997 meeting were not printed in the
January 1998 Bulletin (though the EXhibition Report was printed twice).

Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4, Sunset Zone 2)
cwalters@digitalpla.net







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