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CRIMSON DEBATING TEAM WINS OPENING TILT FROM AMHERST

Verdict Favors Affirmative Team on Co-Education Question

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Amherst, Mass., December 3. The Harvard affirmative team defeated the negative team by a 3 to 1 decision in the opening series of the Eastern Inter-collegiate Debate League here tonight. The question was: "Resolvd. That co-education similar to that in use at state colleges is advisable for the colleges of this league." The Harvard team was composed of F. W. Lorenzen '28 and David Scoll '28.

The Amherst team comprised M. W. Mahler '29, and T. F. Ward '27. Two of the judges and the audience voted for Harvard, while the other judge voted for Amherst. The judges were P. O. Moody of the First National Bank of Amherst, C. R. Green of the Jones Library, Amherst, and Professor Clarence R. Gordon of M. A. C.

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