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DEFENDERS OF CENSORSHIP AWARDED DEBATE DECISION

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The affirmative team in the Harvard-Radcliffe debate last night, upholding censorship, won the decision of both judges and audience in the first meeting between University teams of the two schools in 11 years.

The winning team, composed of D. D. Lloyd '31 and R. H. Jones '31 of Harvard, Mary Glaser '30 and Catherine Ruggles '32 of Radcliffe, was adjudged best on the merits of the case by the judges, with a two to one vote, and winners on the merits of the speakers by the audience, with a 32 to 31 vote.

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