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Six finalists in the Harvard College Public Speaking Contest, held this year for the first time, will compete for prizes of $100 and $50 at 8 p.m. Thursday in Boylston Auditorium.
Speaking will be: Joseph E. Clements '63, on "Lightning on the Right;" Virgil T Fryman, Jr. '62, "Slogans and Survival;" Allan P. Gibb '64. "World Trade:" liarry F. Greene '63, "The Eighth World Festival of Youth and Students for Peace and Friendship;" David G. Gullette '62, "A Modest Suggestion for the Problem of Youth Today;" and Gregg D. Wood '62, "The idea of the City."
Judges for the contest are William Bentinck-Smith, assistant to President Pusey; Erwin D. Canham, editor of the Christian Science Monitor; and Albert Norris '25, master of Milton Academy. The final contestants were selected in an earlier round.
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