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At the preliminary trial debate of the Freshman Debating Club to select the men for the Freshman-Sophomore inter club debate the following ten men were chosen: H. W. Bowker, A. Cook, V. Custis, L. M. Dougan, R. A. Feiss, B. C. Hirsch, W. Catchings, J. C. Mangen, J. G. Peirce, R. H. Leavell.
Though the number of speakers was small the trial as a whole was encouraging. There was a marked attempt at rebuttal work and the majority of the speakers confined themselves to one or two points instead of endeavoring to cover the whole field in a five minute speech.
At the final trial five men will speak on the affirmative and five on the negative, each man being allowed five minutes for his opening speech and three minutes for his rebuttal.
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