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At their initial meeting in the Union last evening, Freshman debating candidates voted to attend a round robin debating tournament at Dartmouth April 22.

Kendric N. Marshall '21, graduate secretary of the Union, read the Dartmouth letter inviting Harvard to send a four man team. Six colleges will participate in the contest, which will be divided into "rounds." Dartmouth will present a prize to the wining team.

The next meeting of the debaters will he held Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock, in the chess room of the Union. The members will discuss the anti-lynching bill which is now being considered by the Senate.

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