SECOND INTERCLASS DEBATE.
Sophomores will Debate with Freshmen in Sever 11 Tonight at 7.30 o'clock.
The second debate of the interclass series will be held between the Sophomores and Freshmen this evening at 7.30 o'clock in Sever 11. The question for debate, submitted by the Sophomores, is "Resolved, That the natural productive industries of the United States would be benefited by legislation securing immediate reciprocity with Canada on natural and manufactured products." The Freshmen will support the affirmative and in their main speeches will speak in the following order: E. R. Brumley, W. M. Whitman, and W. H. Keeling. In rebuttal Keeling will speak first, Brumley second, and Whitman last. W. Goodwin will be the alternate. The order of the Sophomore speakers in their main speeches will be: G. C. Townsend, A. W. Blackwood, and J. W. Russell. In rebuttal, Blackwood will speak first, Russell second and Townsend third. P. Bellamy, the alternate, may take the place of Blackwood, who is ill, R. LuV. Lyman '03, P. G. Carleton 2L., and A. B. Weiler sL., will be the judges. J. Daniels '04 will preside.