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Traditional climax of the Harvard debating season will be the annual Triangular Debate to be held this year with Yale in Lowell House Common Room at 8 o'clock tonight. The winner of the one hundred dollar Coolidge Prize will also be announced.

A special feature of this year's debate will be a poll of audience opinion on the question, "Resolved, That this House approves the President's proposals to reorganize the judiciary," and will be broadcast over Station WAAB at 10 o'clock.

At the same time as the Yale-Harvard contest here, debates will also be held at Princeton and Yale. Harvard's affirmative team, composed of Tucker Dean '37, Robert Bean '39, Lawrence Ebb '39, will take part in the debate at Princeton. While Harvard will uphold the negative side of the question at home, with a team composed of Claudius Byrne '39, Richard Sullivan '38, and Joseph Healey '38.

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