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Last night, in Sever 11, the Harvard Union held a competitive debate for membership, open only to freshmen. The subject of debate was: "Resolved, That members of the Cabinet should be given seats in Congress." H. A. Bull '95 and E. P. Williams '95 opened the debate as principal disputants, and the following freshmen then spoke. B. R. Robinson, W. E. Dorman, S. Brooks-Rosenthal, R. Pierson. V. H. Smith, C. F. Regan, R. M. Barker, C. E. Brown, F. Woodbridge, and L. O. Gifford. The judges, Mr. Lamont, Mr. C. L. Young and Mr. M. M. Skinner will decide on the men who are eligible for membership. These men will be proposed for election at the business meeting of the union next Monday night, and the result of the election will be announced Tuesday morning.

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