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The Harvard Union will hold its next debate in Sever 11 next Friday evening, April 26. The question is: "Resolved, That a national income tax is a desirable feature of our financial system." F. S. Elliot '95 and S. P. Delaney '96 will be the principal disputants on the affirmative; F. W. Grinnell '95 and L. B. Murdock '96 on the negative.

The competitive debate for freshmen will be held Friday, May 3, with this question: "Resolved, That members of the Cabinet should be given seats in Congress."

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