At a business meeting of the Harvard Union last night it was decided in the future to have weekly meetings. A committee was appointed to arrage for the Yale and Princeton debates. There will be a new style this year at these debates by which each man will have a rebuttal.
The Harvard Union has used this method for the past year and found it very successful.
On Friday, October 18, the Union will hold a competitive debate for membership. The subject is: "Resolved, That High License is Preferable in Cambridge to Prohibition."
All members are urged to take part in this debate. A. C. Train '96, secretary, resigned and J. P. Warren '96 was elected to fill his place.