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The meeting of the Freshman Debating Club, which will be held in Sever 11 to-night at 7.30, will be the last regular meeting before the recess. The question for debate will be: "Resolved, That the income tax is justifiable." The principal disputants will be: for the affirmative. N. S. Kelly, O.S. Tonks and J. E. Bunting; for the negative, H. F. Robinson, J S. Graydon and H. Bancroft. H. A. Bull '95 will criticise the debate and the speakers.
All men who wish to be considered candidates for the debate with the Yale Freshman Union should give their names to the committee on arrangements at the meeting tonight, if they have not already done so.
The first competitive debate will be held next Monday night, and the final debate next Wednesday night.
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