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Arrangements have been made at Princeton for an entertainment which takes place after the debate with Yale, on December 6. A supper will be given at the Inn, at which Yale debaters will be present. A number of toasts will be responded to by prominent men from different parts of the country, and a large representation of the faculty and student body is expected.
The final debate for the choice of Yale's representatives in the debate was held on Friday evening. Ten men were qualified to enter the contest, and from this number three debaters and one alternate were chosen.
The team which will represent Yale on December 6 will consist of the following men: C. U. Clarke '97, Rice T. S., McVey L. S., '97; alternate, Hume '97. C. U. Clark '97, who was the first man chosen from the academic department, received the Thatcher prize of seventy-five dollars. The judges were: Hon. Simeon E. Baldwin, Prof. A. T. Hadley and Mr. Talcott H. Russell.
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