In the final competition last evening for the first and second cups offered by the Speaker's Club for the best original ten-minute speeches on any subject whatever, the first cup was awarded to St. J. Perret '10, who delivered "A Eulogy over the Tomb of Father Turgis, a Chaplain of the Southern Army in the Civil War, on the Occasion of a Reunion of Confederate Veterans." B. S. Van Rensselaer '10 was awarded the second cup for a speech on "Social Life at Harvard." The judges were E. Bernbaum '02, F. W. C. Hersey '99, and A. H. Lyber 3G.
Speakers' Club Cups Awarded
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