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One Hundred Dollars and 12 Medals Are Prizes


Twelve survivors of the Traingular Debate trials, which were held in Philips Brooks House last night, will compete again next Tuesday. A $100 prize will be divided among these twelve on the basis of their showing in the trials. There will also be an award of six gold and six silver medals, awarded also according to merit. The twelve are:

Harold W. Danser '37; W. Tucker Dean, Jr. '37; Edward Duggan '37; James A. Field '37; Joseph P. Healey '37; Jay W. Kauffmann '37; Irving R. Murray '36; Hubert H. Nexon '37; Thomas W. Stephenson '37; A. Gilman Sullivan '36; John A. Sullivan, Jr. '38; and Richard Sullivan '38.

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