PASTEUR MEDICAL DEBATE AT 8
FRENCH CONSULAR REPRESENTA-TIVE TO PRESIDE AT FINAL SPEECHES.
The sixteenth annual Pasteur debating contest will be held under the auspices of the French Department and the Debating Council in Emerson D, this evening at 8 o'clock.
Mr. J. C. Flamand, Consular Representative of France in Boston will preside and will award the Pasteur Medal to the winner. This medal was presented by Baron Pierre de Coubertin in 1898, to be awarded annually to the successful contestant in a debate in English on a topic relative to contemporary French politics. The judges will be Dean H. A. Yeomans '00, representing the department of Government; and Mr. E. L. Raiche of the French Department; and Mr. C. W. Chenoweth, of the Public Speaking Department.
The six men who were retained after the semi-final debate will deliver 10-minute speeches on the following topic: "Resolved, That the French President should be given a veto power similar to that of the President of the United States." They will speak in the following order: H. H. Kitsis, uC., P. P. Cohen '16, L. C. Henin '15, J. Bovingdon '15, A. R. Ginsburgh, uC., J. W. Cooke '16.