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With Harvard in a position opposing the national administration, the first of four Crimson debating teams which are touring New England this week tonight meets Holy Cross at Worcester.
Speaking on the negative side of the subject. "Resolved: That this House approves the foreign policy of the present Administration," are Robert W. Bean '39 and Joseph P. Healey '38.
This debate marks a renewal of Crimson-Purple debating relationships. As in the case with all previous such meets between the two colleges, there will be a decision.
Last night in its opening debate the Council took on Radcliffe in a previously arranged no-decision contest.
Radcliffe attacked the Neutrality Act on the grounds that it was poorly prepared and would have bad economic effects.
Harvard maintained that the act can provide the only method of minimising the war threat arising in China.
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