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The Senior Wranglers held their last debate before the mid-years last night on the subject: "Resolved, That there should be a State Theatrical Censorship." Seasongood's side supported the affirmative and Crane's side the negative which won. The chief speakers for the negative side were E. Mayer and R. D. Crane. H. A. Yeomans opened and closed the argument for the affirmative. The principle feature of the speaking was the strength of rebutta.

Of the three debates which have been held this year, Seasongood's side has won two and Crane's side one.

The Junior Wranglers last night discussed the question: "Resolved, That the course of the Freshman class at Harvard should be entirely elective." W. Catchings, M. T. Hall and W. T. Foster supported the affirmative and R. H. Leavel, W. A. Heilprin and W. S. Heilborn the negative, which won the debate. There have been four intercamp debates of which each camp as won two.

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