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The following six judges for the Harvard-Yale debate have been submitted to Yale by the University, from which number three will be chosen.
J. G. Milburn, President of the Pan American Exposition; F. V. Greene, Police Commissioner of New York; W. D. Guthrie, prominent New York lawyer; Professor F. H. Giddings of Columbia University; W. H. P. Faunce, President of Brown University.
Yale submitted to the University a list of twenty-six men from which number Harvard chose the above six. From these six Yale will now choose three men, who, if satisfactory to the University, will be the final judges in the debate.
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