The intercollegiate debating committee is getting out a programme for the Harvard-Yale debate, some twenty pages in length, which will be devoted to the debating interests at Harvard. Several pages will be given to an exposition of the system of class clubs and a description of the University Debating club with its functions and composition. Following this will be short descriptions of the Pasteur Medal, the Coolidge Debating Prize, the Surbridge Cups and the gold medals given to University debaters. Three illustrations will appear in the programme: A group of the Yale and Princeton debating teams last year, a picture of the present Yale debates, and a cut of the Pasteur Medal.
Yale Debate Programme.
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