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Tri Debate Series To Start Tonight

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The Harvard-Yale-Princeton triangular debates will get under way tonight when Walter C. Carrington '52, Lloyd J. Walker '50, and Melvin L. Zurier '50 will debate he affirmative of the subject: "Resolved, that the U.S. recognize Communist China" against a trio of Princeton deters in the Eliot Junior Common Room at 8:15 p.m.

Simultaneously, William C. Becker '51, Richard W. Hulbert '51, and Bruce S. Lane '52 will take the negative of the same topic against Yale at New Haven.

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