Of the two remaining representatives for Yale, the Kent Club will select one and the President of the Union, the other. This last action is taken to insure the participation of Mr. Mullaly in the debate. He is a member of the senior class, a Keys man, a "Lit," editor, and is trying for the Townsend Prize. Chauncey M. Depew will preside. There will be many Yale alumni on the stage, and it is proposed to invite Governor Bulkeley, Lieutenant Governor Merwin, Judge Morris, Mayor Sargent, ex-Governors Ingersoll and Harrison, ex-Minister Phelps and the Rev. Joseph Twitchell of Hartford.
Following is the agreement made Saturday night by the representatives of the two Unions: "We hereby agree to the following question for the next Harvard-Yale debate to be held at New Haven on or about the 25 of March, '92. Resolved, That immigration into the United States should be unrestricted. Harvard shall have the affirmative and Yale the negative."
JAMES M. PERKINS,Chairman Harvard Com.RALPH R. UPTON,Chairman Yale Com.and Pres. Yale Union.It is requested that all men who intend to go to New Haven with the disputants shall send their names to the Harvard Chairman, 4 Stoughton Hall, on or before Saturday, the 6th of this month.