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HARVARD TO JOIN RADCLIFFE IN DEBATE ON NEWSPAPERS

Speakers From Both Colleges to Appear on Each Team Tonight

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This evening at 8 o'clock in Agassiz Hall, Radcliffe, four members of the Freshman class will unite with an equal number of Radcliffe Freshmen in a joint debate on the subject "Resolved, That newspapers should be abolished."

The debate, which will be held between teams of two representatives from each institution, has been arranged under the supervision of Celian Ufford '19 and R. W. Coues '95, of the English department. The Harvard speakers who are members of the public speaking divisions of English A, are as follows: J. R. Wink '33, K. W. McMahan '33, J. A. Cooper '33, and S. B. Goodwin '33.

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