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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL. I, NO. 120.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1902.
NOW FOR COLORADO
First Debating OontcBt of the Year Will
Take Place Friday Night.-
Men are in Hard
Now for the Nebraska-Colorado de
bate the first-ot the year's exhibitions
of what the University of Nebraska
ran do in the line of intellect There
have been many opportunities this
year for Nebraska to show what her
brawn and her athletic skill or vari
ous kinds can do Friday night, in
Memorial hall, the public and the col
lege world will have a chance to bco
what Nebraska brain can do when pitt
ed against Coloiado logic
Last year Colorado came out ahead
which was a pity. What three trained
judges think of the comparative merits
this year will appear late 1 riday even
ing The judges for this debate will be
the Hon. John H. Mcintosh of Omaha,
a graduate of Harvard ('81), Mr. Al
bert Watkins of Lincoln, a graduate
of the University of Wisconsin ('71)
and Judge S. H. Sedgwick of York, an
alumnuB of one of the western colleges
and a member of the Nebraska su
The university band will bo present
to help Nebraska start the fight in
earnest and to enliven the evening
Governor Savage will preside and
oin the students In greeting the rep
resentatives of the state of Colorado.
Nebraska's team, the members of
which ar Neil M. Cronln, 1903;
Charles A. Kutcher, law 1903, and
Thomas A. Maxwell, 1903. ends its
preparation this evening with a prac
tice debate in Memorial hall secret
practice. Tomorrow and Friday the
team will rest up for Friday night's
Last Friday night the team and
other members of the debating squad
debated before a crowded chapel at
The Interstate debate will be opened
for the affirmative by Mr. Maxwell, a
practical speaker, well known in Lin
coln. Mr. Kutcher will reply to Colo
rado's lead-off and Mr. Cronln will
wind up the case for Nebraska. To
Mr. Cronin has also been assigned the
ten-minute speech in refutation.
The Rocky Mountain News of Den
ver has sent here for the photographs
of the Nebraska debaters.
The Colorado logicians, wIiobo pic
tures show them to be a fine looking
trio, are Chester F. Hoyt. Eric J. Lake
and C. William Welser.
THE COLLEGE SETTLEMENT.
At the last convocation before the
Easter recesB Professor Caldwell,
treasurer of the College Settlement
board, gave his report of the finances
of the association. From Professor
Candy, the former treasurer, he re
ceived, In November, 1901, the sum of
$763.83, which was money collected
from citizens, faculty and students.
He has also received since then $118
from subscriptions, and $29.45 from en
tertainments Of this amount. $1,003 20
has been paid on the house being ton
sir ucted, besides $50 which has been
donated in the way of labor and ma
terial. There is $16.08 on hand, with
pledges for $12. In order to success
fully carry on the work of the settle
ment, $800 more is needed, which the
authorities expect to obtain by popular
subscription and from the proceeds of
OPENS NEXT WEEK
Baso Ball Season to be Ushered in by
GameB With the Omaha League
-Some Probable Po
sitions. The (list ball games of the season
will be played April 7. 8 and 9 with
the Omaha league team. The 'varsity
team is made up of students, and not
professionals, and consequently tho
two teams are not considered as be
longing to the same class of ball play
ers. The games with the Omaha league
have always been looked upon as mere
ly practice games, and a defeat from
their hands is not really recorded
against the nine. If the 'varsity can
defeat the league team they should re
ceive all the more honor and credit.
The men are all showing up well in
their different positions, and some of
As all the speakers were students,
tho addresses wore received with vo
ciferous applause. Though small In
attendance, the meeting was very en
thusiastic. C. R. Cushman was elected Into the
J. A. Green, a student of the civil
engineering department, has, accepted
a position as Instrument man with the
Chicago Great Western Railway com
pany. He will be In charge of a party
on reconstruction. Last summer Mr
Green was engaged as assistant in sim
ilar work with the C, R. I. & P. in
New Mexico. He will leave Friday for
Fort Dodge to take up his new work.
Piofessor Chatburn of the civil en
gineering department has gone to Iowa
to attend the funeral of his father.
ALL OUT! L53 Meeting
Convocation This. Morning, Chancellor Andrews
and Others, on
Professor Evans has gone home on a
short vacation. During his absenco
Mr. Hunt will have charge of his
NEBRASKA VS. COLORADO, FRIDAY NIGHT.
H. C. Kendall and J. E. Brooke, two
seniors In the electrical engineering
course went to Fremont and Omaha
during vacation, on work connected
with their theses. They made tho
journey on their wheels.
a lecture to be delivered by Mr.
Adams of Chicago. There will also be
a play given May 2 under the au
spices of the department of elocution, I
from which It Is expected that a neat
little sum will be netted. The lead
ing paits of the play will be taken by
Coach Booth and Miss Howells
Piofessor Candy spoke of the sup
port rendered the settlement by the
business men of the city. In considera
tion of the fact that one-half of the
money contributed comes from them,
it seems only right, he said, that they
should be represented In the board of
control. Professor Candy moved that
the board of control consist of ten
members, of which there should be
three faculty members, four represen
tatives from the students and three
The motion was unanimously agreed
W. J. Bryan was Introduced and dis
cussed at Bome length tho benefits to
be derived from college settlements.
Chancellor Phillips went to Aurora
last week to preside over an election
held by the company of state militia
of, which he is captain.
the places are already assured. Ray
mond will undoubtedly play first base.
Hood's swift work makes him an In
dispensable article on third, and De
Putron's Bteady eye and ability to
cover ground will be the main feature
In center field. Rhodes is a permanent
fixture as shortstop. Captain Bell will
undoubtedly play his old position In
right field. Shelmer Is showing up
well on the right Townsend and
Gaines will probably alternate In the
box and on second. Bender and Doane
are both good men behind the bat. Be
sides these men there is an abundance
of other good material to draw from.
, right, Thompson, Roth, Mulfiken,
Clum and others are good men and
much can be expected from them.
S. D. Clinton and W. M. Kallasch
have been engaged In a very lucrative
business of surveying lots In East Lin
coln during vacation.
Three hundred specimens of West
African fungi were received Saturday
by the botany department. They were
I collected by Dr. Griffiths, a graduate
student here some years ago.
The engineering society held its reg
ular meeting last Wednesday eve. H.
C. Searles spoke on the "Characteris
tics of the Missouri River." This was
followed by a talk on the new Platts
mouth bridge by W. M. Kallasch. Mr.
Kallasch, along with the other mem
bers of the bridge class, visited Platts
mouth while the work of. sinking the
new pier was in progress and was
shown the plans in detail by the en
gineer in charge.
Mr. Pepperberg next gave a short
talk on "Co-operation vs. Corporations."
The graduation recital of Miss Al
leyne Archibald, pupil of Mr. Henry
Eames, will be hold Thursday even
ing, April 3, In Memorial hall. The
Fantasle and Fugue In G minor
"Hark, Hark the Lark"
Improvisation on Prize Song (Wag
Plzzlcatl from "Sylvia" (Delibes)
Impromtu F, Op. 36; Etude E
major, Op. 10, No. 3; Ballade,
G minor, Op. 23 Chopin
Burleske, D minor. .Strauss (Richard)
For piano and orchestra.
Mr. Eames at second piano.
EASTER MUSIC AT CONVOCATION.
The program at convocation yester
day morning consisted entirely of
Easter music. The entire half hour
was, given over to tho musical num
bers, which were as follows:
Organ Fest March Dudley Buck
Mr. Willard Kimball.
Contralto solo "Christ Is Risen"
Violin solo Legende. . . . Wlenenianskl
Soprano eolo "Immortality
'Celo solo "Romance Spohr
Chorus and solo "Resurrection
and the Life. .
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