At the Interclass debate trials held in Harvard 6 last night four complete teams were chosen to compete for the interclass championship. As in other years, the Seniors failed to try out, so two Freshman teams were chosen to make the full four teams. The teams, as selected by the judges last night were; 1926 team. A. L. Nathanson '26, A. G. King '26, W. C. McFerran '26, and M. A. Cramer '26, alternate; 1927 team, J. F. Davidson '27, C. H. Whitney '27, O. S. Slaff '27, and H. L. Kovol '27, alternate; 1928 A team, E. A. Wieser '28, W. F. Stafford '28, and C. R. Atwell '28; 1928 B team, K. M. Bryan '98, H. W. Buckler '28, E. C. Sibley '28, and D. E. Scoll '28, alternate.
The first round of the series will be held on November 27, when all four teams will debate the question. "Resolved: that hazing should be sanctioned at Harvard." The two Freshman teams will meet each other to determine the champion of the 1928 class, team A taking the affirmative and team B, the negative. The other two will meet to determine the upper class champion. The Juniors will take the affirmative and the Sophomores will defend the negative.