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Seven men were retained following the first trials for the debate with Cambridge University to be held in Symphony Hall, October 28, it was announced last night by F. W. Lorengen '28, President of the Debating Council. J. M. Barnes '29, D. W. Chapman '27, last year's President of the Debating Council, F. W. Lorenzen '28, R. S. Morton '28, A. F. Peel '28, F. M. Rowe '27, and C. E. Wyzanski '27, are the debaters who will be kept on the squad until after the second trials.
Coach Paul Williams 1L, a member of the Cambridge University Debating Union last year, will be assisted in training the Crimson team by Phillip Walker 1L, President of the Debating Council while a student in the College two years ago.
The invading English squad is composed of W. G. Fordham of Magdalene College, H. G. G. Hirklots of Trinity Colege, and A. L. Hutchinson of Christ College.
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