The Debate Council won its sixth straight contest against Hamilton College yesterday afternoon as William C. Bocker '51 and Richard W. Hulbert '51 argued the negative side of the old stand by, federal aid to education, in the Kirkland House Junior Common Room.
In the evening, however, the streak came to an end. In a debate with Amherst College in the Winthrop House Junior Common Room, the Crimson debaters lost the decision. Godfrey G. Howard '50 and George I. Mulhern '51 supported the affirmative argument on the topic: "Resolved. That Membership in the Communist party be declared Illegal.