Of the 27 men who spoke Saturday morning at the preliminary trials to select speakers for the Boylston Prizes for elocution, 12 men were retained. Owing to the illness of Dean Briggs and Mr. Hart, the judges were Professor T. N. Carver, Assistant Professor Edward Hale and Rev. Prescott Evarts of Christ Church. The men retained, who will speak at the final trials next Thursday in an order to be determined later by lot, are: J. L. Burns '06, L. Carroll '06, W. H. Davis '05, H. S. Deming '05, R. L. Hale '06, W. O. Hubbard '05, A. S. Murphy '06, P. H. Noyes '06, J. W. Russell '06, W. M. Shohl '06, W. Tyng '05, P. E. Wye '06.
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