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The fourth and last intersection debate of English 6 will be held this afternoon at 3.30 in Fogg Lecture Room, on the question: "Resolved, That the United States should retain control of the Philippine Islands." The affirmative speakers from Section I are W. E. Waterhouse, G. Newhall and C. H. Batchelder; the negative being supported by E. A. Waters, E. T. Gundlach and C. E. Morgan from Section II. The judges are Hon. Charles Francis Adams, Dr. A. C. Coolidge and Professor Platner. Professor Hart is the critic.
After the debate Mr. Adams will talk informally to the members of the course on some aspects of public speaking. These talks by prominent men at the intersection debates are a new feature this year. They will be continued next year with one or two additional changes.
Members of the University, especially those interested in public speaking, are welcome this afternoon.
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