With a ticket sale approximating the capacity of Sanders Theatre and a subject than which there is probably none more warmly discussed in press and forum at the present time, the contest with Princeton in debating this evening promises to be a stirring event. Princeton is well known for its well-trained and commanding debaters, and the team which will defend the honors of the University tonight will be compelled to put forth all the skill and ability with which weeks of grueling preparation have equipped it. The only non-athletic activity in which we compete with our brethren from Princeton and Yale, debating has rapidly acquired the prestige which it deserves in view of its vital connection with the public life into which it is but natural that college men should go upon graduation. May "the Harvard habit of winning debates" continue in full vigor!