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Final speeches in the competition for the Lee Wade and Boylston Prizes in elocution will be given tonight at 8 o'clock at the Music Building. Ten undergraduates will speak on the program, which is open to the public.
Those who will speak are Henry H. Buckman III ocC.; Alan S. Geismer '38; Harry R. Harwood, Jr., '39; James C. Higgins, Jr. '38; Gordon M. Messing '38; David P. McAllester '38; Jonas N. Muller '40; John A. Sullivan, Jr., '38; Harry D. Thompson '40; and Stuart MacR. Wyeth '38.
Presiding at the competition will be Vernon H. Struck '38, second marshal of the senior class. The judges are John H. Finley, Jr., assistant professor of Greek and Latin; Joseph R. Hamlen; G. H. Maynadier, assistant professor of English, emeritus; Bliss Perry, Francis Lee Higginson Professor of English, emeritus; and Hon. Eliot Wardsworth. Charles Townsend Copeland, Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, emeritus, will serve as honorary judge.
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