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THE ORATORICAL CONTEST
Catharine Birch, IfVinner
fN HIS year the nation-wide oratorical contest celebrated its fourth anni-
'jili versarv. Tech has never been laekinw' in com metitors for the hundred
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Fi dollar cash DTIZC awarded the XVlllllCl' in this school bv the 11T'l'IllIllI
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.S far. 1' aculty members of both the history and ltnglish departments
Nmg' have willingly devoted their time to students trying out in this iield,
both in the preparing and the deliyery of their speeches. In former years 'llech's
winners have never achieved the city championship, but it is our hope that tlns
feat, too, will soon be added to our many laurels.
Mrs. Frost had charge of the contest at Tech this year and had twenty-five
entrants from which she and a co1nmittee of faculty members had to choose the
six finalists whose names appear above.
The final contest which was held at the school on Tuesday night, April 12,
resulted in a victory for Catherine Birch with Leo Sehrider as runner-up.