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In the ballot for the forthcoming CRIMSON poll, reprinted in today's issue, the relation of the Debating Council Plan to the CRIMSON drive for organization of student opinion on Prohibition is indicated.
Countrary to some prevalent impressions, the CRIMSON has maintained an impartial attitude on the relative merits of this plan; the plan has been given publicity as part of an endeavor to arouse and crystallize undergraduate sentiment, and has been placed on the ballot at the request of the Debating Council. Its part in the general movement arises from its excellent potentialities for argument on a fixed ground.
Whatever the reaction of college newspapers to this particular plan may be, their immediate field is to collect opinion and facts before taking a stand on a definite program for either enforcement, repeal, or modification.
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