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In a non-decision Debating Council meet with Purdue in the Lowell House Common Room at 8:30 o'clock tonight, the Crimson orators will argue on the negative side of the subject, "Resolved, That Congress should be empowered to fix minimum wages and maximum hours for industry."

Representing the Debating Council are Richard Sulivan '38 and Joseph P.Bealoy '38, who both hold College Medals for debating in the Triangular Meet with Princeton and Yale last year. W. Tucker Dean '37, vice-president of the Council, will preside. At the close of the formal debate, the meeting will be open to discussion by the participants and the audience.

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