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THE DAllar NEBRASKA.
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IMOHATING WOHK IlKHlNS.
Tho llrst cicbato of I he year In the
courses In argumontutivc composition
and dobatlng In charge of Mr. Fogg
takes place this afternoon Irom '1 luA
o'CIook In tho old chapel when
Messrs. Craft and Allen. Ilortie and
Doubt of EtmllBh YA, discusses tho
oucstion, Resolved, That tho annex
ation of Canada would be advantage
ous to the United Statos commercia
lly and politically. Tim first hour or
moro tho Drinc.lr.mi snenkcift and
several speakers from tho Moor will
consume: miring the second hour tho
logical and rctorlcal structure, the
presentation and the subject mattor
will ho criticised by Prof. Caldwell
and Mr. Fogg.
Fur tlioso debates In Kngllsh 11
and LI thorough preparation is being
demanded according to the program
announced to the classes. Each group
of lJiir debaters begins work on Its
question a month before the debate.
About a week after the question has,
in conference with tho instructor,
hoen assigned and closely defined, the
-debators meet Mr. Focg again to de
cide upon common ground aud upon
tho special Issue the rolnt upon
which the question tums-thc analy
sis of tho question as determined by
1q week's preliminary rcailnc and
study of It. These precautions are
taken to pin the debate down to very
dcUnlto issue, to keep 11 from Mylnjj
off In to gcner.il talk about the gener
Ten days beforo tho debate each
wide hands in a brief of its argument.
Tlieso briefs dlflor radically Horn or
dinary plans. They miiht be so full
and clear and logically connected
that a person with no special
k owledge of the question can sec
rr-'m tho brief exactly what the ar
cument In detail Is and also how
convlnolnn It is. Their briels must
give oxact refercuces for all argument
from authority, lor statistics cited,
for general testimony. The main
things insisted on in these briefs are
close logical struct uro throughout In
' dlcntcd by "for" or beoauso," and
accurato wolghlnir of evidence. Those
briers the Instructor criticises and
returns to tho drawers who prepare
thoir direct argument for the class
from the-corrected briefs. Much of
the refutation work or course cannot
bo dcclffen on nrrtti -thtrdebntc gets
The debates as now conducted will
give the ontlre class the bcnolit of
the crltlolsm on every debate, foi tho
criticism of a debate is made then
afta there. This general benefit was
m -de possible by holding the debates
two consecutive hours.
TlieromDMiud crltlolsm or tha dc
hateS .should also prove very valuable
to the students. As announced at
tho beginning or the semester several
of tho professors In tho aopartmcuts
to which tho questions for debate
mainly iclate will co-operate with
Mr. Fogg in this critical work.
Prof, (tola well, Prot. Taylor, Prof.
FllnL', Prof. Hill, Prof. Ross and
Mr. Prevey and ncihaps some others
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will take part. Tlio debates will
iiicn-nstuilly lie erlUelbed nob only by
Mi. lom; but also by some one who
Is an oxpert on the subject-matter of
tlie'qiicst ion. who knows the liteia
ture of it tliorounlily.
The debates in Kngllsh 11. which
meets in three sections Ironi 2 to -i
o'clock Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, beyln next Monday.
Kor reply Lu the reuuets made by
several students Interested in donat
ing wlio arc in ncilUcr course, to be
allowed to attend some r the de
bates, Mr. Fopij lias announced that
he will admit sucli vision. Such
persons aro rcquestea toflpe1ik to iiim
iinnn enterlni! tiie rooms. A member
of English 11 or 13 will, upon appli
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DLSiAY OF INDIAN KEl.1CS.
Mr. Cotllu of (ionoa, Nebraska lias
rotumeci to his home after arranging
his collection or Indian relics Tor the
btato Historical bociety at the Uni
versity. Mr. Collin traveled tor sov
eral years with this ery interesting
collection of the work of tne Nebras
ka redmen, He lectured at the places
wl'ere he stopped to exhibit relics.
Tho present additions to tlfc his
tory of the work of a past race was
put by Mr. Collin in the cast end of
the case of exhibits which stands
along the soutli end of the room of
theIIIstorical Society on the west
side or the dOLT.
The collection includes head bauds
of several kinds, shirts, moccasins, a
Pawnee squaw's dress skirt, bows,
arrows, a medicine bag, various
ha tclic ts and cluhs'or stone, wood and
deeskin, a head ball, an old revolver
from tho (Jenoa battielield, pipes, a
knife, ax and soral skulls. Among
articles of later inako is & beaded
bottle from ltoschud in 181).").
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SEN lOll GIUL'S MEETING.
A meeting of Senior class girls is
called for Thursday Nov. 7 at 2
o'cIook in tho old chapel. Vory im
portant business is to be hiought up
at this meeting.
Our Itillmril Parlor
is up-to-dute and absolutely
free from immoral inilitence.
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girls' teams is called for tonight
(Thursday.) Players on tho 'varsity,
asked to no in the Armey at 7: HO.
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