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FRESHMAN DEBATERS CHOSEN

Men Who Will Compete Against Yale and Princeton 1916 May 2.

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As a result of the final trials for positions on the Freshman triangular debating team the following men were chosen to debate against Yale, at New Haven--J. W. Cooke, of Newton Centre, P. L. Sayre, of Chicago, III., and H. Epstein, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; to debate against Princeton at Cambridge C. A. Trafford, Jr., of Worcester, B. E. Carter, of Texarkana, Ark., and P. P. Cohen, of Buffalo, N. Y. The men will speak in the order named. The alternates are M. Friedmann, of Detroit, Mich., and E. Adlow, of Roxbury.

The debate will be held on May 2 and the subject has been announced as follows: "Resolved, That the members of the President's Cabinet should have a seat and a voice in all discussions of both Houses of Congress."

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