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Resolved: That the school of thought represented by H. S. Mencken is inimical to American Culture, will be the subject of the discussion which is to be held by the Debating Union at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening in the Harvard Union. The meeting will be open to all members of the University, and every one present will be given a chance to express his opinion from the floor on either side of the question.
Although the subject will remain essentially unchanged, the above wording is only tentative. The general admission will be preceded by a regular debate between two teams which have been picked as follows: affirmative, D. W. Chapman '27 and Barrett Williams '28; negative, K. F. White '27 and F. S. Tupper '26.
At the last meeting of the Debating Union on March 4, Fascism and Mussolini were upheld by a popular vote of the audience.
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