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The third and final trial to select speakers for the Princeton debate will be held in Fogg Art Lecture Room at 7.30 this evening. The six men retained at the second trial last week will speak on the question chosen for the Princeton debate, "Resolved, That the present restrictions on immigration into the United States are insufficient." The affirmative will be supported by R. T. Parke '98, A. M. Sayre Sp., and F. O. White '99; the negative, by S. Brooks-Rosenthal '98, P. G. Carleton '99, and R. C. Bolling 1900. The order in which the men will speak will be decided by lot today.
Each man will be allowed twelve minutes for his main speech and five minutes for his closing speech. At the close of the debate the judges will select three speakers and an alternate who shall represent Harvard in the debate with Princeton.
The judges will be Professor J. B. Ames, G. T. Baker, F. W. Taussing, Mr. J. J. Hayes, F. W. Dallinger '93, E. H. Warren '95, and W. E. Hutton 3 L. Charles Grilk '98 will preside.
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