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TWELVE MEN RETAINED FOR FURTHER DEBATING TRIALS

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Coach H. P. Sharp 1L. has retained 12 men in the preliminary trials held last evening for the Harvard-Yale-Princeton Triangular debate. The question for debate is Resolved--That education is the curse of the present age.

Those retained are asked to report for debate at 7 o'clock in Emerson D on Monday and Tuesday evenings. The following teams will report Monday; Affirmative--Barrett Williams '28, William Exton Jr. '26, and E. C. Sibley '28. Negative--Harry Newburger '27, F. W. Lorenzon '28, and D. L. Dickson '27, Tuesday: Affirmaive--L. J. Fain '27, H. W. rose '29, and W. F. Stafford '28; Negative--A. F. Reel '28, George Slaff '26, and J. A. Bassett '29.

These men are to group together in teams and organize their cases, each-man speaking ten minutes. All candidates are required to report at both meetings.

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