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EIGHTEEN MEN ELECTED BY DEBATING COUNCIL

COUNCIL POSITIONS STILL OPEN TO WOULD-BE ORATORS

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Confronted by a field of 37 candidates--the largest in its history--the Debating Council last night elected 18 new members to its intercollegiate squad. The 18 upperclassmen chosen are: Stanley O. Beren '41, Allan B. Ecker '41, Stanley M. Epstein '39, Robert H. Goldman '39, Raymond J. Harris '40, Enno R. Hobbing '40, Ward McL. Hussey '40, Stanley H. Kapner '40, James Malcolmson '40, Sanford M. Marshall '41, Langdon P. Marvin, Jr. '41, Jack Orloff '41, Henry Oyen '41, James J. Pattee, Jr. '41, F. Welch Peel '39, Robin Scully '40, Harry M. Shooshan, Jr. '39, Howard J. Snyder '39.

The officers of the Council said last night that they wish it clearly understood it is not a "closed corporation." All candidates not selected are urged to participate in inter-house debating, since promotions from the ranks to the varsity squad will be freely made when warranted. These men will form the nucleus of the House teams.

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