The final trials for the Princeton debate, held last night in the form of a regular debate, resulted in the choice of A. A. Ballantine '04, W. Catchings 2L., and J. Daniels '04 as the team to represent Harvard. The Coolidge prize of one hundred dollars was awarded to Ballantine for the best individual work during all three trials. Harvard will support the negative of the question: "Resolved, That whenever in the event of continued domestic violence, lives and property are not adequately protected by a state, it is for the public good that the President should have the power to afford protection without the application of the state for federal aid." The debate will take place at Princeton December 12. H. A. Yeomans 2L, will coach the team.
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