The final trials in the competition for the Boylston Prizes in rhetoric and oratory will be held in Sanders Theatre this evening at 8 o'clock. F. H. Burr '09 will introduce the speakers. The judges will be A. Adams '99, Professor J. H. Beale '82, W. R. Castle, Jr., '00, Rev. P. R. Frothingham '86, Hon. R. Grant '73, R. Homans '94, T. N. Perkins '91, R. L. Raymond '95, G. B. Shattuck '63, Hon. J. A. Sullivan, and Dr. J. C. Warren '63.
The order of speaking, which has been determined by lot, will be as follows: H. N. Joyner '09, "An Obstacle," Stetson: H. von Kaltenborn '09, "Gentlemen, the King!" Barr; P. E. Illman '09, "Against Centralization," Grady; F. A. Wilmot '10, "The Man without a Country," Hale; H. M. Potter '10, "The War with America," Pitt; J. L. Merrill '10, "Speech at the Dock on Vindication," Emmet; C. R. Small '09, "The March of the Flag," Beveridge; O. L. M. H. Lyding '09, "The Prisoner of Chillon," Byron; J. E. Waid '10, "Against Warring on the Weak," Crittenden; D. M. Osborne '09, "Toussaint L'Ouverture," Phillips.
The trials will be open to the public.