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Competition To Be Held Monday Night At Brooks House--3 Questions Chosen


Trials for participation in the extensive winter program of the Debating Council will be held at Phillips Brooks House at 7 o'clock next Monday night, February 8.

The competition will be open to all upperclassmen, whether or not they are members of the Debating Council, and candidates will be expected to deliver a three-minute speech on either side of three resolutions.

These resolutions, selected by the Debating Council for its program, are: 1. "Resolved, That the federal government shall be empowered to regulate maximum hours and minimum wages." 2. "Resolved, That the federal government should own and operate all electrical utilities." 3. "Resolved, That the United States should pursue a policy of economic nationalism."

Judges in the trials will be Edward M. Rowe '27, Director of Debating, and Irving R. Murray '36, Assistant Director of Debating.

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