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Second Debating Trials at 7

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The second trials for the University debating teams which will meet Yale and Princeton in the triangular debate on April 3, will be held in New Lecture Hall this evening at 7 o'clock. The following nineteen men have been retained from the first trials: A. A. Borle '13, A. D. Brigham '12, R. R. Breeland uC., E. R. Burke 3L., C. S. Collier '11, J. A. Donovan sC., H. B. Ehrmann '12, H. W. Elliott 2L., J. DeM. Ellis 3L., C. J. Fox '12, D. C. Harvard 1L., R. R. Holt '11, B. S. Pouzzner sC., C. B. Randall '12, W. K. Royal 3L., F. Stern '1L. M. Suravitz '13, F. E. Tyler 1L., C. A. Woodard '12. Each man will deliver a ten-minute speech on either side of the question, "Resolved, That all elective state officers should be nominated by direct primaries." Those who are going to the Junior dance will be allowed to speak first.

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