Both negative teams won out in last night's Big Three debate on the subject: "Resolved, That the United States and Great Britain should adopt the Hoover Plan for feeding subjugated nations in Europe." Harvard triumphed over Yale at the Harvard Club in Boston by a score of 2 to 1, and Princeton beat their Crimson guests 3 to 0.
After the debate, the Coolidge prize for debating was awarded to William C. Murphy '42 and James J. Pattee '41. Each man received a sum of $100.
Debating for the winners were Langdon P. Marvin, Jr.' '41, William C. Murphy '42, and James J. Pattee '41, John W. Sullivan '43, Payson R. Wolff, '42, and Richard B. Welf '41 took the affirmative at Princeton.