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Preliminaries for the Pasteur Debate, originally scheduled for last Monday, will be held tonight in Sever 36 at 7 o'clock.
Candidates for the debate will speak for five minutes on the subject: "Resolved, That as opposed to Mr. Stegfried's opinion, French industry may adopt American methods of mass production without fear of compromising its individualistic advantages." Six men will be chosen who will speak in the finals on May 2 in Paine Hall. The judges tonight will be Professor F. C. Packard Jr. '20, Professor R. L. Hawkins '03, and Dr. A. C. Sprague '21.
The winner of the debate, which is held annually on a subject drawn from contemporary French politics, will receive the Pasteur Medal, an award which was established in 1898 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin.
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