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Freshman-Sophomore Debate.

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The first Freshman-Sophomore interclub debate will be held this evening at 7.30 in Sever 11. The question is "Resolved, That United States Senators should be elected by direct vote of the people." The Freshman speakers, who will support the affirmative, are A. G. Alley, Jr., M. T. Hall and I. W. Scott, with W. E. Stillwell as alternate. The Sophomore speakers, who will defend the negative are B. Brooks, A. L. Richards and O. D. Evans, with E. E. Sargent as alternate. The judges will be Professor S. M. Mac Vane, Mr. Richard Cobb and Mr. H. L. Prescott. W. E. Hutton 3L., will preside.

The Sophomores have been somewhat handicapped by the illness of one of their speakers which has rendered impossible their plan of selecting the speakers and alternate by the competitive method.

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