RADIO UPHELD BY DECISION IN RADCLIFFE VS. 1935 DEBATE
Audience Given One Vote At Joint Contest Held Last Night
Debating the subject: "Resolved, that radio is lowering the cultural standards in America," the negative team won a unanimous decision last night, in a mixed meeting of Harvard and Radcliffe Freshmen. In addition to the two judges, Miss Priscilla Gough and the Reverend Mr. Newton C. Fetter, a decision was taken of the audience, to make up the third vote. J. M. Swigert '30, coach of the University debating squad, acted as chairman of the evening.
The teams follow: Negative--Carolyn Clews '35, Clara Mahoney '35, J. G. Patterson '35 and Morris Pfaelzer II '35, Affirmative--Lillian Grossman '35, Bernice Hempel '35, F. DeW. Bolman '35 and V. H. Kramer '35.