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Ten Debaters Eligible for Election to Delta Sigma Rho

Quinn, Sullivan, Murray Among Those Named for Honor


On the basis of good academic standing combined with participation in at least three intercollegiate debates, ten Juniors and Seniors have been pronounced eligible for election to the Harvard Chapter of Delta Sigma Rho, national honorary debating fraternity.

Those chosen are Thomas H. Quinn '36, A. Gilman Sullivan '36, Irving R. Murray '36, Barold W. Danser '37, W. Tucker Dean '37, Edward J. Duggan '37, Robert E. Dunn '37, James J. Fuld '37, Hubert B. Nexon '37, and Thomas W. Stephenson '37. In addition, John A. Sullivan '38 and Richard W. Sullivan '38 will be considered for election next fall.

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