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The Yale-Princeton Debate.

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The final contest between the Whig and Clio Halls to determine who should represent Princeton in the intercollegiate debate with Yale at New Haven on May 1, was held last evening. The following-named were chosen as debaters: W. F. Burns '95 of Evanston, III.; B. M. Hirshfield '95 of Steubenville, O., and R. N. McElroy '96 of Lees Summit, Mo., while Albert Hayes '95 and F. L. Lewis '95 were chosen as alternates.

Yale has submitted the following question for debate. Princeton has chosen the affirmative side: "Resolved, That under the circumstances the income tax of 1894 was justifiable." The judges have not as yet been chosen.

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