The Williston Club, composed of Morton Kerney 2L, and R. H. Hopkins 2L, defeated the George Gray Club, represented by G. W. Lupton 2L, and R. G. Kunkel 2L, and thereby becomes the second law club to survive the second-year finals of the Ames Competition of the University Law School. The Williston Club in the argument before Professor Calvert Magruder, L '16, who acted as justice of the court, was the appelant in a mock case contesting a will. After an argument of three hours length, Professor Magruder announced the decision of the three judges a 9-8 victory for the Williston Club.
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