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The Debate Council dropped a unanimous decision to Princeton in the first defense of its 1949-50 Ivy League Conference title last night in the Loverett Junior Common Room.

William C. Becker '51 and Richard W. Hulbert '51 took the affirmative for the Council on the topic: "Resolved, That the non-communist nations form a new international organization." McGeorge Bundy, instructor in Government, Georgs J. Gilbian, instructor in English, and Walter F. Cannon, instructor in Social Relations, were the judges.

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