B.U. Defeats Debaters For Third Loss in Row
Running its latest losing streak to three in a row, the Harvard Debate Council yesterday lost to Boston University. Debating affirmative in the question of government post-war control of industry, Richard T. Gill '48 and Arthur D. Sporn '47 were defeated by a one-judge decision. The debate took place in Boston.
Another attempt to break into the win column will be made by the Council this afternoon when Edwin J. Jacob '47 and Thomson McGowan of the V-12 engage a visiting team from Clark University at 4 o'clock in the Lowell House Junior Common Room.