The second debate of the interclass series will be held between the Seniors and Juniors this evening at 7.30 o'clock in the New Lecture Hall.
The question for debate, submitted by the Seniors, is: "Resolved, That if it were possible a reasonable property qualification for the exercise of the municipal franchise in the United States would be desirable." In this debate the Senior team, which will maintain the affirmative, will speak in the following order: J. W. Plaisted, A. N. Holcombe, J. W. Appel. In the rebuttals, however, Appel will speak second, and Holcombe last. R. L. Hale has been appointed alternate. The order of the Junior speakers, who have chosen to support the negative, is: R. E. Gish, A. B. Church, A. H. Elder. In rebuttal the men will speak in the same order as in the main speeches. E. B. Stern is alternate. G. Clark 3L. has been coaching the Seniors, and B. V. Kanaley 2L. the Juniors.
Professor T. N. Carver and Dr. W. B. Munro, of the department of Political Economy, and R. W. Kelso 2L. will act as judges. P. Dana 2L. will preside.
Admission to the debate is free, but seats will be reserved on the right side of the floor for members of the Senior class, and on the left side for Juniors. Members of the two second teams will act as ushers.