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The girls of Pine Manor Junior College will receive a special treat with their afternoon tea next Wednesday when they hear two of the leaders in the rival Harvard political organizations debate the campaign issues.
Langdon P. Marvin, Jr. '41, chairman of the Roosevelt College Clubs all over the country will lay the case for the New Deal before the young demoiselles while, Thomas Matters '43, one of the founders and executives of the Harvard Willkie Club will debate for teh Republicans.
Requested to debate by the Phillips Brooks House after an urgent request for speakers came in from the Wellesley school, renowned for the pulchritude of its inmates, Marvin will have as a partner Stanley O. Beren '41, and Samuel L. Kent 3rd '43, will speak with Matters.
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