To celebrate the first snowstorm, Lucy's art teacher had them design snowflakes and cut them out using pieces of colored construction paper. When the class was done making them, everyone laid out their finished snowflakes and the class voted on which were the best designs. Determine the full name of the classmates who won the class vote, the color of construction paper each of the winning designs was cut from, and where each design placed.
1. The student who used green construction paper was not Lucy Wish. The first place snowflake wasn't made from red construction paper.
2. The five students who won were, from 5th place to 1st place, Sally, the student whose last name was Grant, the student who used white construction paper, the girl whose snowflake won 2nd place, and the student whose last name was Canary.
3. Walter's last name wasn't Grant and he didn't use blue construction paper. The fifth place winner didn't have a last name of Dudley.
4. Thomas, whose last name wasn't Bradley, didn't use red construction paper. The pink construction paper was not used by a girl.
5. Lucy didn't use the red construction paper. Anna's snowflake placed better than Thomas' but not as good as the snowflake that used blue construction paper.
6. The student whose last name was Canary didn't use the green construction paper.
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