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This evening at 8 o'clock the 32nd Pasteur Debate competition will be held in the John Knowles Paine Hall under the auspices of the French Department and the University Debating Council.
Five men have been chosen to speak as the result of an elimination competition: J. J. Tutun 1L., E. D. Hutchinson '22, L. A. Levy '20, C. W. Phelps Unc., and W. S. Holbrook, Jr., '21. The subject chosen is "Resolved, That France and Belgium should be reimbursed for all actual destruction of property during the war by an inter-allied loan to be repaid from the German indemnities."
The judges are Professor T. L. Winter, R. L. Hawkins, and M. P. McNair. M. P. G. Lapaulle, Advocate at the Court of Appeal at Paris, will preside.
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