The final trials to select the Freshman team to debate against Exeter on April 15 will be held this evening at 7.15 o'clock in the Old Billiard Room of the Union. The six men retained at the last trials will hold a debate on the question, "Resolved, That trusts should be regulated by federal legislation." The men will speak as follows: affirmative--B. M. Nussbaum, P. L. Butler, J. S. Davis; negative--E. R. Lewis, R. T. Mack, D. Rosenblum. The three best speakers will form the first team, and from the others, who will compose the second team, the alternate will be chosen. Each speaker will be allowed ten minutes for his main speech and five minutes for rebuttal. The judges will be L. F. Wormser 1L. and R. P. Dietzman 1L.
Final 1908 Debating Trials Tonight.
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