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A joint committee of six, from the Harvard Union, and the Harvard Forum, is working to complete the arrangements for this year's debates with Yale and Princeton.
For the Yale debate, which will be held at New Haven, Yale must choose the question and Harvard has the choice of sides. The date, though not yet exactly settled, will be about the first of May.
The Princeton debate will take place in Cambridge early in March. This year it is Harvard's turn to choose the subject, of course giving Princeton the choice of sides.
The committee in charge of the arrangements is as follows: C. E. Bryan '96, H. E. Addison '96, and R. C. Davis '97, of the Union, and W. E. Hutton L. S., F. Dobyns '98, and W. S. Youngman L. S., of the Forum.
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