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The Samoan question will be debated at the meeting of the Harvard Union this evening. The question, "Resolved, That the United States should maintain the independence and neutrality of the Samoan Islands," ought to bring out an interesting discussion over the foreign policy of the coming, as well as the retiring administration. The principal disputants will be-affirmative, G. B. Schulte, L. S., and C. T. R. Bates, '92; negative, L. McK. Garrison, L. S., and H. A. Davis, '91.
The three questions to be presented for choice of the next subject, are as follows:
1. "Resolved, That the United States government should take measures to secure a free ballot and a fair count in congressional and presidential elections." 2. "Resolved, That the prohibitory amendment to the Massachusetts Constitution should be adopted." 3. "Resolved, That courts of justice should be free of expense to litigants."
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