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Prohibition Club Contest.

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The trial to choose the Harvard Prohibition Club's representatives in the oratorical contest with the Yale Prohibition Club was held last night in Sever 11. M. B. Richards L. S., J. A. Fairlie '95, W. W. Fisher '95, and B. C. Auten '97, spoke. The judges, Rev. A. A. Miner, D. D., Mr. C. A. Adams, and Mr. L. J. Johnson, decided in favor of W. W. Fisher and M. B. Richards. The contest with Yale will be held next week on a day to be announced later.

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