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From the panel of 12 selected last night at the Debating Council tryouts, the final negative and affirmative teams, composed of three men each will be chosen for the triangular debate with Yale and Princeton, Friday evening, at an organization meeting to be held in the Council office tonight at 8 o'clock.
The twelve men selected are: Harold W. Danser '37, W. Tucker Dean '37, Edward J. Duggan '87, Charles B. Feibleman '86 Bennett Frankel '87, James H. Hallett '87, Powers mcLean '85, Irving R. Murray '86, Hubert H. Nexon '87, Thomas H. Quinn '86. Thomas W. Stephenson '87 and A. Gilman Sullivan '86.
The debate is on the subject; "Resolved, That a policy of economic nationalism is advisable for the United States." The negative team will travel to Princeton and face the Tigers Friday, while the affirmative team will clash with Yale that evening in the Lowell House Common Room at 8.00 o'clock.
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