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Arthur N. Holcombe '06, professor of Government will preside at the debate scheduled with Yale here tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. The debate will follow the annual Lowell House dinner at 6 o'clock.
The subject to be discussed is: "Resolved, That this House approves the President's proposals to reorganize the Judiciary." The Harvard team will take the negative.
Members of the team which will meet Yale are Claudius J. Byrne '39, Richard W. Sullivan '39, and Joseph P. Healey '38.
The same question will be discussed from the opposite side by the team which will go to Princeton tomorrow and debate at the same time. Those who will make this trip are Tucker Dean '37, Robert Bean '39, and Lawrence Ebb '39.
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