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1933 DEBATERS OPPOSE YALE, PRINCETON TODAY

Teams Will Argue on Question of One Outside Game Per Year--Debate Here at 8 O'Clock

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This evening at 8 o'clock in the New Lecture Hall the Freshman debating team will meet the Yale speakers in the annual Harvard-Yale-Princeton triangular debate, when the Harvard team will assert the affirmative side of the question: "Resolved. That college athletics should be intramural with the exception of one game in each sport each year."

A second Freshman team will travel a Princeton where it will back the negative side of the subject in question The speakers who will make the trip are as follows: E. W. Fuller Jr. 33, A. G. Malkan '33, D. T. Taradash 33, and R. S. Fitzgerald '33, alternate. The team which will represent the first year men in Cambridge is composed of the following debaters J. B. Gilbert 33, D. M. Sullivan '33, J. R. Wink '33, and W. A. McGivney '33, alternate.

The negative teams from each college speak away from home, while the affirmative speakers defend the question in their own auditoriums. Each side will have three eight-minute speeches, followed by a six-minute rebuttal. A vote will be taken in the audience after the debate.

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