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One of the oldest of traditional college rivalries will be revived tomorrow evening with the holding of the annual Harvard-Yale-Princeton Triangular Debate, this year on the subject of the guaranteed annual wage.
Defending the negative viewpoint against a visiting Princeton team will be David Funk, NROTC, Elton C. McNeil '49, and Monroe S. Singer '47; this contest will begin at 8 o'clock in the Adams House Upper Common Room.
Simultaneously, another trio of debaters, William P. D. Bailey '46, Robert Kohn '49, and Samuel E. Stuart 2nd '45, will argue the affirmative case against the Elis at New Haven.
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