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Freshman Debating Club.


At the final debate of the Freshman Debating Club to choose representatives for the debate with the Yale Freshman Union the following men were chosen: Charles Grilk of Davenport, Iowa; Charles E. Morgan of Germantown, Pa.; and Hughes T. Reynolds of Rome, Ga.; alternate, Frank Hendrick of Boston.

The judges last night were Mr. J. J. Hayes, Professor A. B. Hart and Professor E. Cummings. E. S. Page L. S., presided.

The debate with the Yale Freshman Union will be held in New Haven on May 10. The question is: "Resolved, That the President's term should be extended to six years and that he be ineligible for re-election." The Harvard Debating Club will support the affirmative side of the question.

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