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Eight Survivors Start Preparation for Second Round Next Week


The draw for the second round of the Ames Competition for second-year Law School Clubs has been announced and the facts for each argument will be given out next week. The competition has narrowed down from 32 clubs to the eight surviving organization, Witangemot, Langdell, Powell, Scott, Hudson, Jeremiah Smith, James Bryce, and Marshall.

In the first court to be held on February 8, the Witangemot and Langdell clubs will clash. The facts for this argument will be out on January 11. Powell and Scott will debate on February 9, and the facts will be announced January 12. On February 10. Hudson and Jeremiah Smith clubs will vie for argumentative honors. The facts will be given to these two clubs on January 13. The final meeting will be between the James Bryce and Marshall lawyers on February 11, and the facts will be announced January 14.

Briefs are due three weeks from the date on which the facts are given out and the arguments come four weeks from the same date. The week before the arguments will be given over to examining the briefs of the rival clubs.

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