The annual Harvard-Yale-Princeton debate series makes its debut tonight with three Crimson debaters hosts to Nassau at 8 o'clock in Paine Hall.
Meanwhile, another group embarks for Yale. The Crimson debaters will defend UMT and the draft here and oppose them in New Haven. This is the second year the debates have been run.
Two winners of the Coolidge debating prize were named yesterday by Frederick C. Packard '20, associate professor of Public Speaking and head judge of the competition. They are Howard L. Swartzman '47 and Paul L. Wright '49, both of whom will take part in the H-Y-P debates.