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Freshman Debating Club.

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The regular meeting of the Freshman Debating Club was held last night in Sever11. About 35 members were present. It was voted to hold the meeting hereafter in University 16.

The subject for debate was: "Resolved, That the suffrage be extended to the women of the United States." The principal disputants on the affirmative were Thayer, Williams and Studley; on the negative, Virgin, Boody and Becker. Ten men spoke after the debte was thrown open to the house. After the debate was closed Charles Grilk, president of the '98 Freshman Debating Club, delivered, by invitation, a critique of the meeting.

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