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The debate of the Harvard Union last evening on the question of "Co-education at Harvard" drew forth a large attendance, and excited much spirited discussion. The first vote on the merits of the question showed the audience strongly in the negative, but the final vote after the debate was largely in the affirmative. Messrs. W. H. Baldwin and W. A. Halbert of the sophomore class were the regular disputants in the affirmative and Messrs. R. Coit, '83, and J. McDuffie on the negative. The annual reports of officers were made after the debate. The treasurer's report showed a balance of $29.00 in the treasury. The report of the executive committee reviewed the work of the Union for the past half-year, and showed it to be very satisfactory. Officers were elected as follows: President, C. R. Saunders, '84; vice-president, S. M. Hayes, '84: secretary, Barnes, '84; treasurer, W. H. Baldwin, '85. The debate at the next meeting will be on the question of German socialism.

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