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Final Tryouts Will Be Held Monday to Choose Six Speakers


Twenty members of the Debating Council competed last night for the annual triangular debate with Yale and Princeton. Final tryouts Monday night will select six speakers for the teams. At that time each man will give a four-minute speech on one phase of the question: "Resolved, That a policy of economic nationalism is advisable for the United States." Harvard will upheld the affirmative at home against Yale on Friday. April 19 while the negative team will travel to Princeton.

All men participating in the tryouts will submit a comprehensive brief on both sides of the question to Charles B. Feibleman '36, secretary of Council before Monday noon. Edward M. Rowe '27, director of debating will select the teams on the basis of the briefs and the two tryouts. The Coolidge Prise of $100 will be awarded to the winner of the competition.

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