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Claudius J. Byrno '39 and John A. Sullivan, Jr., '38 were selected at Debating Council trials at Phillips Brooks House last night to debate against Boston University over Station WCOP next Sunday at 4:30 o'clock.
Byrno and Sullivan will uphold the affirmative side of the proposition, "Resolved. That the federal government should be empowered to regulate maximum hours and minimum wages in industry."
In the trials 14 other men were retained for participation in the winter program of the Debating Council. They were: Jay W. Kaufmann '38, Hubert R. Nexon '38, F. Welch Peel Jr. '39, Anthony P. Alfino '38, Joseph P. Bealey '38, Norman R. Brieson '39, Rendigs T. Fels '39, Robert W. Bean '39, Vincent J. Rosal '37, Donald MeDonald '39, William W. Bancock '38, Lawrence F. Ebb'39, Richard A.Solomon '39, and Richard W. Sullivan '38.
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