The sixth annual Freshman debate with Exeter, held on Saturday, April 15, in the Acedemy Chapel, Was won by Exeter. The Freshman team, composed of J. S. Davis, B. M. Nussbaum, and E. R. Lewis, supported the affirmative of the question: "Resolved, That the trusts should be regulated by federal legislation." Although divided in their decision, the judges agreed unanimously that the Freshmen had the better form. The judges were Professor I. L. Winter, Hon. J. E. Young, and Hon. E. G. Eastman. They were out thirty-three minutes.
Exeter Won Debate with Freshmen
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