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In a debate on the question; Resolved, That undergraduates and their wives be allowed to live in the Houses, Adams House representing the affirmative defeated Leverett by a score of 1 to 0.
The main points of the affirmative were the motto, "Gather ye rosebuds while ye may" and the claim that wives would keep students from "wild excursions to Smith, Vassar, and Scollay Square.' In addition, William G. Matthews '43 of the Gold Coasters asserted that the plan would improve the language of undergraduates immeasurably.
The affirmative's strongest point was made when their opponents claimed that the wives would give students no peace.
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