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Eight Freshmen have been selected for the Andover and Exeter debates which come on Friday, April 10, and Wednesday, April 15 respectively, it was announced last night by George H. George '34 and Edward B. Hickey '33.
In the first contest, which is to be held in Cambridge, the Yardlings will take the affirmative side of the question "Resolved, That the power of the Supreme Court to declare Acts of Congress void be abolished." Speaking for the Crimson will be Ralph Harris, Jr., David A. Kelleher, Jr., and Stanley W. Herzfield. Arthur H. Klein will act as alternate.
Defending the negative side of "Resolved, That Hitler was justified in taking troops into the Rhineland" at Exeter, Crimson speakers will be Sherman M. Maisel, Clare L. Milton, Jr., and James Tobin, while Murray L. Silberstein will fill the alternate's position.
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