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The Harvard Union will hold a competition for membership tonight in Sever 11. There will be a regular debate, with four principal disputants, before the competition, the recent inter-club debate having shown that five-minute speeches really gain in interest from having been preceded by a somewhat longer discussion. This arrangement also offers to candidates an excellent opportunity to show what they can do in rebuttal. The question is: "Resolved, That Japan should be given equal treaty rights with other nations." Principal disputants: S. H. Foster L. S. and L. T. Hildreth '96 for the affirmative; H. L. Belisle '96 and J. Hewins '96 for the negative. This will be the last chance this year to join the Union for all members of the University except freshmen.

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