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Coach E. M. Rowe '27, of the University debating team, yesterday announced the plans which have been made for the Harvard-Yale-Princeton annual debate. The subject for debate will probably be chosen from the Harvard Debating Council's plan for the enforcement of the Eighteenth Amendment.
The debates will be held on either March 22 or 29.
The first meeting of the Crimson squad will be held tonight at the Harvard Union at 7 o'clock. Following this meeting tryouts will be held during the next two weeks, as a result of which the six men who are to uphold Harvard's burden of argument will be chosen. The Coolidge Prize of $100 will be awarded to the man doing the best work-in these tryouts, and the Coolidge gold medals will be awarded to each man making the team. The men who are successful will also automatically become members of Delta Sigma Phi, the debating fraternity.
The men who compose the squad are: H. G. Abdian '30, R. M. Alt '32, W. P. Chapman '31, P. H. Cohen '32, D.I. Cooke '31, R. B. Eckles '32, C. F. Elliot '31, W. E. Esber '31, F. C. Fiechter Jr. '32, H. C. Friend '31, J. F. Harding '30, G. W. Harrington '30, J. K. Hurd '30, J.S. Jennison '30, David Lloyd '31, P. C. Reardon '32, A. B. Rood '31, J. M. Swigert '30, J. E. Willard '30, A. A. Windecker '32, and J. R. Wolfe '32.
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