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SUBJECT FOR ANNUAL DEBATE

"Monopoly Control" to be Discussed in Triangular Contest.

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At a meeting of the Intercollegiate Debating Council held in New York City Saturday, the following subject was agreed upon for the annual intercollegiate debate: "Resolved, That the United States Government should accept the principle of monopoly control of industry, and regulate prices in all cases where the monopoly has been brought about by the operation of economic laws." The date of the debate has been fixed for March 29. The affirmative Princeton team will speak here. Conditions for the trials will be announced shortly.

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