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PASTEUR TRIALS TUESDAY

Men Wishing to Enter Pasteur Debate Must Hand In Names Today.

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The preliminary trials for the Pasteur Debate will be held in Harvard 6 next Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, and all men who wish to enter must hand in their names to P. J. Stearns, '13, 54 Dunster street, or S. M. Seymour, '13, Thayer 33 by 6 o'clock tonight. Seven men will be retained for the final competition, which will be held on December 15. The subject to be discussed this year will be: "Resolved that a strike by Postal or Railroad Workers in the Service of the French Republic Should Be Deemed a Criminal Offense."

At the trials, men will be allowed to speak for five minutes only, but in the final competition the speeches will be of ten minutes duration.

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