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The final trial of candidates to represent 1901 in their first debate against the Sophomores on January 10, showed pretty conclusively that the Freshman Club has been making steady progress this fall. The speakers have been chosen after two tests which gradually cut down the list, and from the quality of speaking displayed in these competitions, the men selected last evening may be expected to give a good account of themselves.

The activity noticeable in the club this year is the more gratifying because it affords additional proof that the usefulness of the Freshman organization is not dependent upon an intercollegiate contest.

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