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Freshman Debating Club.

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At the meeting of the Freshman Debating Club held last night no decision was reached in regard to the proposed debate with the Yale freshmen. It was voted to leave the matter in the hands of a committee composed of W. Soderling, O. J. Carleton and F. Lawrence which has full powers to confer with Mr. Baker and the other members of the Faculty who are interested in debating. If it is decided to hold the debate this committee will have charge of all the arrangements.

H. W. Adams was elected to represent the club on the new Advisory Committee on Debating.

The usual weekly debate was held on the question: "Resolved, That the educational qualifications for suffrage in the United States should be raised." The principal disputants were: Affirmative, F. E. Thayer and E. E. Wakefield; negative, W. Soderling and L. A. Best. The debate was decided in favor of the affirmative.

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