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Re: CULT: Dykes winners, performing poorly

In a message dated 11/1/00 8:28:58 AM Eastern Standard Time, loberg@jps.net 

<< Turning the topic around... but regarding how Dykes medals go... I think
 perhaps that  Larry Lauer's best was LEMON POP, an outstanding IB which
 grows, performs and is showy, as good as Brown Lasso, and I wish it had got
 the Dykes.   It believe it won the Sass Medal in 1996?    Go figure... >>

There are too many judges who would never vote for anything other than a tall 
bearded iris for any IB to win the Dykes regardless of its good qualities.  I 
have always thought LEMON POP was deserving.

Dorothy Willott

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