The Bryce Law Club, represented by H. B. Colby 2L. and A. D. A. Wieland 2L., won from the Sanford Club by a 7 to 5 verdict in the third of the quarter-finals in the Ames Competition last night. The case was tried before Joseph Warren, Chief Justice; and J. N. Welch '17, and A. C. Townsend '11, Associate Justices. The Bryce Club represented the plaintiff, while R. S. Cushman 2L. and J. W. R. Bisgen 2L., representing the Sanford Club, were the attorneys for the defendant. The Pollock-Choate Law Club will meet the Sanford Club next Tuesday in the last of the quarter-finals.
BRYCE CLUB BESTS FOE IN AMES QUARTER-FINALS
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