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SENIOR COMPETE FOR IVY ORATOR POSITION

SAMPLE ORATIONS MUST BE READY ON MAY FIRST

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Seven Seniors will compete for the position of Ivy Orator, it was announced yesterday. The aspiring orators are: Frederick Ayer, Jr., David A. Barber, Arthur Ellison, Rolf Kaitenborn, John S. Kelly, Paul Killiam, Jr., and Peter H. Knapp.

After preparing sample orations, the men will deliver them before the Class Day Committee, which will choose one for the honor of speaking on Class Day. Sample orations must be prepared by May . Members of the judging committee are: Thomas H. Bilodeau, Jr., Gorge w. Blackwood, William B. Gavin, Jr., Leo a. Ecker, George S. Ford, Ernest A. Gray, Jr., and William H. Schmidt, 2nd.

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