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PACKARD RETAINS 18 IN WADE COMPETITION

Semi-Finals Next Saturday Will Cut Contestants Down to 10-Finals to Be Held on March 25

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Eighteen men have been selected from the 53 contestants turning out in Paine Hall Saturday afternoon for the first round in the Lee Wade and Bolyston prize competition. The contestants were required to deliver a memorized passage taking not more than seven nor less than five minutes selected from any famous work of prose or poetry.

The men retained are: Roy M. Cohen '36, Edward J. Duggan '37, William T. Dean, Jr. '37, Robert Dunn '37, Arthur Ellison '37, Lawrence M. Finkel '37, William II, Lodgard '36, Michael Linenthal '36, Philip A. Lief '38, David P. McAllester '38, Wiley E. Mayne '38, Edward O. Miller '37, Edwin K. Packard '37, Vincent J. Rossi '37, John A. Sullivan, Jr. '38, Christopher G. Janus '36, Paul Killiam, Jr. '37, and John Lagsdin '37.

Next Saturday between 2 and 4 O'clock in the Music Building the semi-final trials will be held and ten men will be selected to enter the final competition to be held Wednesday, March 25. The judges for this contest will be three in number, chosen from the English Department. The speaking Saturday was judged by Frederick C. Packard '20, assistant professor of Public Speaking, and his assistant Norman W. Mattis, instructor in Public Speaking.

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