The final trials to select the Freshman team which will debate against the Yale freshmen on Friday, April 26, will be held tonight at 7.30 o'clock in Dane Hall. Each of the six men retained at the last trials will deliver a ten-minute speech on the question: "Resolved, That, if constitutional, United States shipping engaged in South American trade should be subsidized." A first team of three men will be chosen, and the remaining three will constitute a second team from which the alternate will be selected. The order of speaking will be as follows: Affirmative--A. T. Shohl, R. H. Smith, C. H. Raymond; negative--G. L. Harding, S. E. Munyer, T. M. Gregory. Coach, G. J. Hirsch '07. D. Rosenblum '08 and E. B. Stern '07 will act as judges.
Final Trials for 1910 Debate at 7.30
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