Interclass Debate Tonight
The first debates in the interclass series will be held tonight at 8 o'clock, the Senior-Junior contest in Sever 11, and the Sophomore Freshman in the Fogg Lecture Room.
The question for the Senior-Junior debate will be: "Resolved, That for the Philippines a territorial form of government similar to that of New Mexico is preferable to that of the English Colonial System." H. S. Bowers, J. Frank and E. E. Sargeant will support the affirmative for the Seniors. R. Bishop, W. S. Heilborn and D. C. Hirsch will represent the Juniors. 1901 had the choice of sides. R. C. Bolling '00 will preside and the judges will be Professor E. H. Strobel, Hon. Henry S. Dewey and J. K. Clark 1L. W. C. Dennis 2L. has coached the Senior team and L. H. Shepherd 3L. the Juniors.
In the Sophomore-Freshman debate the question will be: "Resolved that the United States should retain the Philippine Islands." The Sophomores will support the affirmative. The Sophomore speakers will be J. H. Holmes, E. H. Letchworth and E. Bernbaum; the Freshman speakers, G. Bettman, H. Mann and H. A. Rich. The judges will be Judge Hammond of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, Mr. F. W. Dallinger '83, and Mr. I. L. Winter. R. C. Bruce '02 has coached the 1902 team, and H. B. Kirtland '01 has coached 1903.