In the finals of the Pasteur Debate held last night in the Large Lecture Room of the New Fogg Museum, D.D. Lloyd '31 won first place with H.A. Wolff '29 getting honorable mention.
The subject of the debate which annually concerns some topic of contemporary French politics was "Resolved: That French industry may adopt American methods of mass production without fear of compromising its individualistic advantages."
The judges were Professor J.L. Winter, Professor L.J.A. Mercier, and Dr. A.C. Sprague '19 with Professor F.C. Packard '20 presiding.