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TRIALS FOR FRESHMAN H-Y-P DEBATE TO BE HELD ON FRIDAY

Best Four-minute Talk on Compulsory Arbitration to Get $50 Prize

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Trials for the Harvard-Yale-Princeton triangular Freshman debate on April 26 will be held Friday at 2 o'clock in Holden Chapel, if was announced yesterday by the 1932 Debating Council.

The trials, open to all Freshmen, are to be in the nature of four-minute speeches on either side of the question, "Resolved, That the governments of the world should adopt a system of compulsory arbitration in international disputes," which is also question for the debate. A prize of $50 will be awarded to the man delivering the best speech in the trials.

Two four-man teams, one negative and one affirmative, are to be chosen. The negative team will go down to New Haven to meet Yale's affirmative team while Princeton's negative team will come here.

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