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Yale Debaters Defeated Princeton

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Yale won a closely contested debate from Princeton in the triangular series last evening in Woolsey Hall, New Haven. Yale took the negative side of the question, "Resolved, That all elective state officers should be nominated by direct primaries." President Yale, who presided, in appointment that decision of the judges, said that it was one of the closest debates be in twenty years. were as follows: Judge the United States District H. R. Sayer of Columbia and Hon. A. P. Stone . The Yale speakers were W. C. '12, L. J. Dare L. S. and L. S., who met N. E. '12, and A. T. Scherk .

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