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Princeton Wins at New Haven

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New Haven, Conn., March 14, 1913.--The Princeton affirmative team defeated the Yale negative team in the triangular debated in Woolsey Hall at New Haven this evening. The debate was the closest of the three simultaneous contests, the vote of the judges being two to one. The teams spoke in the following order: Princeton--A. S. Richardson '13, A. C. Williamson G.S., R. S. Rife G.S.; Yale--A. B. Greene '13, F. L. Daily '13, E. M. Porter '13.

As a result of the debates this evening the University team is clearly first in the triangular league. In three of the five years since the establishment of the league, Harvard has beaten both Yale and Princeton. Victories in the series of debates with Yale, which was inaugurated in 1892, stand, Harvard 18, Yale 5. Against Princeton, the University has won 11, and lost 8.

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