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The final competition for the Boylston Prizes for Elocution will be held in Sanders Theatre this evening at 8 o'clock. The order of the speakers, which has been determined by lot, is as follows:
1. F. Ayer, Jr., '11, "From Sohrab and Rustum," by Matthew Arnold.
2. H. Brightman '11, "Closing speech in behalf of Madame X," by Alexandre Bisson.
3. J. B. Stenbuck '12, "Chicago," by Ben Hanford.
4. C. B. Randall '12, "From Ninety-Three," by Victor Hugo.
5. C. W. Findlay '12, "A Plea for Cuba," by John Mellen Thurston.
6. J. Swan '12, "Ode, written during negotiations with Buonaparte in January, 1814," by Robert Southey.
7. M. Gordon '11, "Gungha Din," by Rudyard Kipling.
8. A. D. Brigham '12, "On the Crown," by Demosthenes.
9. C. A. Wong '11, "The Pilgrims," by Edward Everett.
10. O. Ryan '11, "The New South," by H. W. Grady.
11. W. G. Beach '11, Danny Deever," by Rudyard Kipling.
12, D. Rubin '12, "First Oration against Catiline," by Cicero.
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