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TFIE DEBATING ASSOCIATION
The following extracts from the
proposed constitution for the debating
association nre presented -herewith In
order to hIiow the principal changes
from the old document. The only
changes of importance are the aox
limitation on mem hers, the new hoard,
the chango h the membership fee
from 2rjentB to $1.25, ami the pro
vision for keeping of the funds.
ARTICLE II. Membership.
Section 1. Any regularly matric
ulated mnle student of the University
or Nebrnslin shall be eligible to mem
bership. Section 2., Any such regulnrly ma
triculated male student becomes an
active member of this association by
subscribing to the constitution and
by-laws and upon payment of a mem
bership fee of one dollnr and twenty
five cents per annum and shall be en
titled to enter any and all contests
held by the association without the
payment of further fees.
Section .'I. Any person may be elect
ed an honorary member of this asso
ciation by a two-thirds vote of the
members present, provided, always,
that application for such honorary
membership shall have heeen presented
at any meeting previous to the one at
which such election shall occur.
ARTICLE VII. Debating Board.
Section 1. . A committee Is hereby
created to be known as the University
debating board, composed of the fol
lowing faculty, membciu ond oltlcers
of the association, the professor of
political economy, the professor of so
ciology, the professor of American
history, the professor of philosophy.
the professor of European history, the
professor of debating, the president,
tin' vici- president, the secretary-treasurer
and the senator of the debuting
association, whose duty It shall be to
have genernl supervision of the debat
ing interests in the University.
Section 2. The association members
of the board shall hold the same ofll
cial capacity In said hoard as they
hold In the debating association. '
Section :$. It shall be the duty of
the University debating bourd to draft
-H-needful -xuleiLiUKl regulations for
conducting the preliminary debates.
To select the questions to be de
bated. To allot the speakers upon those
To deteimlne the time of holding
Mich preliminaries with the consent
of the debating association.
To select five judges, providing al
ways that at least three of these shall
be selected from the first four facility
members of the debating board as
I'eslgnnted in this -constitution.
Section 4. It shall be the duty of
flie aforesaid board to attend to the.
matter of selecting questions and
nidges fo-theJnlIstate debates, to
apportion the debaters to the seveFdT
stuteB. and to lay down such regula
tions regarding the trulnlng of snld
lepresentntlves as they nmy deem for
the best Interests ot the University.
Section 5. Tho University debuting
bourd may determine upon, a nominal
entrance foe to be charged at both the
preliminary and Interstate debates
with the consent of the association.
Article I. Sec. 4. The finances of
the association shall be placed In the
hand3 of the steward of the Univer
sity, who shall keep all vouchers and
a cash-book to show the financial con
dition of the association.
The first year girls' gymnasium class
begun practicing today for a basket
ball team to represent the class.
Thp elor class challenges the Jun
iors to a game of football to decide
the clans championship.
If this challenge Is not accepted the
Kfiilois will consider that the Juniors
haw forfeited the game.
Manager Senior Team.
IIAVWARI) REPUBLICAN CLUB.
The Hay ward Republican club will
meet Wednesday at 3 p. m. In the old
chapel. Important UUBiness will be
transacted and a fvtlT attendance is
THE DRAMATIC CLUB.
The Dramatic club will meet Wed
nesday at chapel time for the purpose
of admitting new members and trans
granites n i nrmngwlc, which menus
flavored with I tnoii With n slight dash
of brandy, and after these en me trnf
Iled pheasants, which were specially
shot before the opening of the regular
sen sou: plain trnfflwlu a sauce flavored
with dry champagne and a delicate,
creamy dish of folc gras. also truffled.
Next came the mind fold, named after
the chef, anil then a triumph, the sa
vory en t renient, which Is described ns
small puddings uf asparagus heads In
cream nance. Pineapples and an Ice
completed the list.
There will be a meeting of the jun
ior class today at It) o'clock In the
The chorus will meet this evening at
7 o'clock for practice.
Y. M. C A STUDENT DIRECTORY.
Those who have not reported their
city addresses to the registrar should
do so at once. Any change In the ad
dress which has not been reported
should be made at once. The Y. M.
C. A. directory will be issued soon and
it Is Important that addresses should
All students whose credits have not
been satisfactory adjusted or who
may have advanced credit from high
schools and academics should consult
the University examiner as soon as
convenient. Office hours. 11 30 to
12:30. in Dean's room, U. 104.
.IAS. T. LEES.
BUYING MUNITIONS OF WAR
Shipped i FlrcvmrUK" to Colom
lilnn Hr oliitlonlKlN.
The government of Colombia, which
Is reported to haw bought two mod
ern warfohlps in Europe. Is gathering
up nil the 'rapid (ire guns for snlc In
New York, says The Evening Post. A
short time ngo it secured the fifteen
pound rapid tire Senbury & Driggs
rifle which was on exhibition at the
Buffalo exposition, and since then it
has secured four rifled cannons of the
latest pattern. Two of these pieces of
artillery were shipped by tho Hamburg-American
line Atlas service
steamer to Cartagena and the Panama
line steamship within the past few
As the Insurgents are paying high
prices for arms and ammunition, spec
ulators in the West Indies and In the
other Central and South American
countries who are smuggling the stores
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tmu uuiofiuiiii Juki euezueia nre get
ting much of their material from New
York, and the stuff is being shipped ns
The shipment of arms and "fire
works" from New York during the,
past tfeek included 180 cases of-4tflre-works"
for Argentina. Mexico, Brazil
and Uruguay nnd a large quantity of'
firearms, cartridges, dynamite and
fuses for the Central nnd South Amcri-'
can countries. It Is expected that all
these munitions of war will ultimately'
reach the revolutionists.
The Colombian revolutionists In New
York are anxiously awaiting the nr-l
rlvnl of Oncrn! Cortlslno, who Is on
his way from Venezuela aboard the
steamship Mnracalbo. He Is expected
to bring news concerning, (ieneral
Uribo-Uribe. ho started the latest re
volt against Colombia in the Interest
of President Castro of Venezuela.
HIS (1 ROUNDS.
"And on what grounds do you base'
your application for divorce?" asked
the lawyer of h;s new client
"Exertion, sah." ' j
"You mean desertion. I suppose.!
Your wlro has left you. doubtless." l
No, sah, shp hasn't left me sah."
"Then you can't ask fo a divorce1
on the ground of desertlor i
"I said exertion sah. It s de ground
perzackly. She done exert herself con
tinually to make me mizzable. sah. Put'
It on de ground oh exertion, sah." -Detroit
AMERICAN HISTORY NOTE BOOKS.
All note books left at the American
history office by last year's class or
former classes should be called for at
once. Otherwise the department will
not be responsible for them.
LOUBET'S BIG DINNER.
Klnhorntc Sprend Given In Ilonor of
The giand dinner that President Lou
bet gave at Compiegne In honor of the
czar and czarina, at which 500 guests
were present, is estimated to have cost
the IVench government between $10,
000 and ?L",000, not including the cost
of the wines, which probably amounted
to as much more. An English corre
spondent attempted to Interview the
chef, Inir gm Tery iittle-for his pains..
When asked what was the chief novel
ty, the chef turned on him a glance of
scorn and told him that "on the tnbles
of the guests of our country we lay no
second edition." Hut a perusal of the
menu, were It not for one's confidence
in the superhumtui skill of the French
cooks, would rouse a feeling of pity for
the-sdlgestion of the imperial visitors.
The soups were not extraordinary
clear turtle and crcme du Rnrry but
after them came a wonderful dish oT
soft rocs, called calsses de laltances
Dleppolse, nnd then bnibues dorees a
la vatel, brills with a wonderful sauce
composed of a hundred elements har
monized Into one perfect whole. Then
came venison, served with a slight acid
ity of flavor, and braised quail shot In
the vineyards of central Fx-auce, tho
most delicate bird of Us kind. As an In
terlude thorn i -i .,..-
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