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Colonel Higginson to Speak Today.

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The third intersection debate this afternoon in Fogg Lecture Room at 3.30, promises to be of special interest. The question is "Resolved, That the United States should abandon its policy of international isolation." The speakers are: Affirmative-H. K. Brent, J. H. Cooper, W. C. Dennis; negative-C. Grilk, G. L. Patterson, R. W. Stover. The judges will be Colonel T. W. Higginson, Professor Beale and Dr. Coolidge. After Professor Baker's criticism of the debate, Colonel Higginson will give a brief talk on debating. Those interested in debating are especially invited.

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