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OXFORD WIRES NEW WORDING SHORTENING DEBATE QUESTION

University Coaches Will Select Three-Man Team at Trial Tonight

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A telegram received late yesterday from the Oxford team revised the wording of the resolution for the University-Oxford debate in Symphony Hall next Monday night. The resolution now reads "Resolved: That this house condemns the French action in occupying the Ruhr." This is merely a conciser wording of the former resolution.

Nothing definite has been learned as yet concerning the chairman selected for the evening, but Mr. A. H. Marlow. British Vice-consulate in Boston, will represent the British on the platform.

Coaches B. H. Kuhus 1G and C. H. Wheldon expect to select the three University speakers this evening after a meeting of the squad.

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