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Teams for Triangular Debate Chosen


At the final trials held Saturday afternoon and evening, to choose teams to represent the University in the triangular debate with Yale and Princeton on April 3, the following nine men were retained: E. R. Burke 3L., H. B. Ehrmann '12, J. DeM. Ellis 3L., C. B. Randall '12, M. Suravitz '13, F. E. Tyler 1L.; substitutes--C. S. Collier '11, D. C. Howard 1G., C. A. Woodard '12. The judges were: R. W. Kelso '04, R. T. Parke '98, A. P. Stone '93.

The subject on which the contestants spoke was the one chosen for the triangular debate: "Resolved, That all elective state officers should be nominated by direct primaries." Each man was allowed twelve minutes for his main speech and five minutes for rebuttal.

The Coolidge Debating Prize of $100 was awarded to H.B. Ehrmann '12, for the best work done throughout the trials.

In the debate on April 3, Harvard will uphold the negative against Yale at Cambridge; Yale the negative against Princeton at New Haven; and Princeton the negative against Harvard at Princeton.

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