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Competition for Ames Prize

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The annual competition for the Ames Prize has started at the Law School, and 24 clubs of eight men each are preparing cases. The preliminary rounds will be argued next week. The competition is for a prize, this year a set of law books, given by James Barr Ames, late dean of the Law School, and takes the form of an elimination tournament lasting until the middle of February. This year an additional prize is awarded for the best brief.

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