At the meeting of the Harvard Union last night speakers were chosen for the debate with the Wendell Phillips Club. They are A. W. White Sp., and J. P. Hall L. S., as principle disputants. R. C. Ringwalt '95, J. L. Ross L. S., E. H. Warren '95, H. A. Bull '95, and J. P. Warren '96 will make five-minute speeches. H. C. Lakin L. S., will preside. The subject agreed upon is: "Resolved, That the present method of electing United States Senators is preferable to election by popular vote."
The executive committee was authorised to arrange a debate with the debating club of the Prospect Union, to be held in Sever 11, March 15. There will be three disputants on each side, each of whom will speak for twelve minutes. One speaker on each side will then be allowed six minutes to close. The subject is: "Resolved, That labor organizations are prejudicial to the best interests of workingmen." The Harvard Union will have the affirmative.
As a number of men have signified their intention of going to Princeton for the debate on March 22, an effort will be made to secure reduced fares. Any men caring to go to Princeton should notify C. E. Bryan, 13 Wadsworth House.
It was voted that the Union hold debates every Friday night during the remainder of this year.
J. C. Rowe '95 and E. P. Williams '95 were elected members.