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NAMES JUDGES FOR DEBATE

Ex-Governor McCall, Dean Albers and Associate Justice Braley to Preside.

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Ex-Governor Samuel W. McCall, Harvey Albers, dean of the Boston University Law School, and Henry K. Braley, Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, will be the judges at the coming intercoastal debate on May 21. Mayor Andrew J. Peters of Boston will be the presiding officer of the evening.

Announcement has also been made that the debate dinner, at which the two teams and their coaches will be guests has been postponed from Thursday, May 20, to Saturday, May 22, due to the fact that the Washingtonians cannot arrive until Friday. Invitations to the dinner, which is to be held at the Boston Harvard Club at 7 o'clock, have been sent out to prominent members of the Faculty, the Debating Council, the Graduate Debate Committee and Student Debate Committee. A series of speakers, including Herbert B. Ehrmann '12 and Sidney Curtis '05 of the Graduate Debate Committee, has been arranged, while a quartet from the Harvard Glee Club will sing in the intermissions. Judge Arthur P. Stone '93, a member of the first Harvard team ever in a debate with Yale, will act as toastmaster.

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