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Debate on Protection.


Hon. R. G. Horr of Michigan and Hon. Harvey N. Shepard '71 of Boston will debate on Protection vs. Free Trade at Union Hall, Cambridgeport, April 30, at 8.30 p.m., under the auspices of the Cambridge Y. M. C. A.

A debate on this subject by two men of such ability will be of interest to Harvard men. Ex-Congressman Horr is one of the ablest and most interesting speakers on protection in the country. Mr. Shepard is too will known to need comment.

Harvard students will be entitled to reserved seats and the two disputants are especially desirous to speak before a large number of them.

An admission of 25 cents is charged to defray expenses.

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