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The last stage of the Harvard-Yale-Princeton debating series for this season will be held next Saturday at Princeton. The debate, which will be decided largely on the merits of oratory, hinges on the resolution: "That education is the curse of the present age." The University team, consisting of E. C. Sibley '28, Barrett Williams '28, and D. W. Chapman '27, will uphold the affirmative in the argument.
Vacation Postponed Tiger Meeting.
The debate against Princeton is being held some three weeks later than the Harvard-debate on the same subject due to the Princeton vacation which came at that time and the late start that the Princeton wranglers had in preparing for the debate. In the debate held against Yale on March 27, the University debaters won from the Eli forensic squad.
Lighter Subject Demanded
The subject dealing with the question of compulsory enrolment in the Reserve Officers Training Corps which the Eastern Debating League had just assigned was changed at the request of the Harvard, Yale and Princeton debating societies upon their request for a subject of a somewhat lighter nature.
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