This evening at 8 o'clock in Sanders Theatre Harvard and Princeton will meet in debate for the second time. The debate last year at Princeton resulted in a victory for Harvard. The question for debate tonight is: "Resolved, That Congress should take immediate steps towards the retirement of all the legal tenders." Princeton will support the affirmative, her representatives being Herbert Ure '96 of New Jersey, Robert McNutt McElroy '96 of Missouri, and Frederick William Loetscher '96 of Lowa. For Harvard, William S. Youngman L. S., of Pennsylvania, Joseph P. Warren '96 of Massachusetts, and Fletcher Dobyns '98 of Ohio will represent the negative. Warren has improved very much and will speak tonight.
Ex-Govenor William E. Russell will preside at the debate. The judges will be Hon. George Fred. Williams of Massachusetts, Professor A. T. Hadley of Yale, and Professor Richmond Mayo-Smith of Columbia. Among those who will come from Princeton to hear the debate is Professor McClure. From Yale will come W. H. Clark, who spoke in last year's Harvard-Yale debate and C. N. Clark, one of the winners of this year's Yale-Princeton debate.
The few seats that are left will be sold at Thurston's today. If any seats remain tonight they will be on sale in the vestibule before the debate. After 8 o'clock a limited number of standing room tickets will be sold at twenty-five cents each.
After the debate a banquet will be held at the Empire Cafe, Boston, at which Mayor Josiah Quincy will be the toastmaster. Members of the Freshman Debating Club, the Foram and the Union, besides ex-Governor Long and President Eliot will be present. Two private cars will leave Sanders Theatre for he Empire Cafe immediately after the debate.