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The sixth annual extemporaneous speaking contest of the Speakers' Club was held in the Club House yesterday evening, following a regular fortnightly dinner.
Thirteen members of the club spoke on various subjects of general interest. The first prize, a silver cup, was awarded to J. W. Cooke '16 of Newton Centre, who spoke on "Woman Suffrage in Oregon." R. L. West '14, of Millis, won the second prize, which was a bronze cup. He spoke on "Immigration Should be Restricted by Educational Test." W. O. Fenn '14, of Cambridge, spoke on "Physical Training as a Course in the College Curriculum" and received honorable mention.
The judges were Mr. George Brown, head of Brown and Nichols School, Professor O'Neil of Dartmouth, and Professor Wadkins of Knox University.
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