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Final Trials for 1914 Debaters


The final trials to choose the Freshman debating teams to participate in a triangular debate with the Yale and Princeton freshmen on May 5 will be held in Sever 11 this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The twelve men retained from the last trials have been divided into four teams, two of which will argue the affirmative, and two the negative side of the question: "Resolved, That the United States should fortify the Panama Canal (legal right being conceded)." Nine men will be retained from which to select the two teams.

This afternoon the men will deliver ten-minute speeches with five minutes for rebuttal. The first two teams will speak at 2 o'clock and the second two at 4 o'clock, as follows:

First affirmative.--S. Kaplan, W. E. Shea, S. F. White.

First negative.--R. L. West, D. M. Levy, H. C. Place.

Second affirmative.--N. H. Brodsky, F. F. Greenman, G. V. Seldes.

Second negative.--I. Levin, A. M. Boal, I. Whitkin.

The judges will be: H. H. Breeland uC., C. E. Dunbar 1G., R. W. Kelso '04, G. L. Lewis '08, A. P. Stone '93.

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