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The subject of the triangular debate between Harvard, Yale, and Princeton on March 27 was announced yesterday by P. C. Roundy, secretary of the Eastern Intercollegiate Debate League.
The subject is "Resolved, that compulsory enrolment in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps should be abolished."
The subject has been chosen chiefly because of the recent agitation about Military Science at the College of the City of New York, Ohio State, and other colleges and universities throughout the country.
The affirmative team of the University, which was prevented by a series of unfortunate accidents from meeting the Williams team last Saturday will probably meet the debaters from that college next Saturday.
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