The following men have consented to act as judges at the Pasteur Medal Debate between the Juniors and Sophomores next Monday evening: Professor C. H. C. Wright '91, Professor C. J. Bullock, and A. S. Hills '00, instructor in public speaking. W. M. Shohl 1L. will preside.
The debate will be held in the New Lecture Hall on Monday evening at 8 o'clock between the Juniors and Sophomores and will decide the class championship. The subject will be "Resolved, That the French Government should adopt a scheme granting pensions to superannuated workmen." The Junior team, which will support the affirmative, is composed of A. Davis, I. L. Sharfman, and E. B. Stern. J. S. Davis, G. I. Lewis, and B. M. Nussbaum, who will represent the Sophomores, will speak on the negative. H. B. Platt has been appointed alternate on the Sophomore team.
Both teams have been holding practice debates regularly since March 15, when they were chosen. B. V. Kanaley 2L. is coaching the Juniors and J. W. Plaisted 1L. is coaching the Sophomores.