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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MAY I, J903.
TONIGHT THE BATTLE ROYAL
Missouri and Nebraska Will Debate for the
Middle -West Championship.
BOTH TEAMS ANXIOUS FOR THE FRAY
.Will Meet at 8:0Q O'clock in Memorial HalL W. J. Bryan will
Speak, and Cadet Band will Play. Nebraska Men
' Expect Enthusiastic Support o! Students.
lhe iMi&Bou.i dcuattrs are here, the Nebraska debute rp are ready, and
the crowd Is wailing for the conflict to open at 8 o'clock Bharp this evening
in Memorfal hall. Last year Nebraska won the annual Inter-state debate
at Columbia, after four successive victories by the MlESourlans. This year
Nebraska has defeated Kansas, Kansas has defeated Missouri, and Missouri
has defeated Illinois. If Nebraska wins tonight, she will again have a per-
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elation and leader when Missouri de
feated Nebraska hero two years ago;
and F. C. Donnell, '04, a member of the
team which met Nebraska last year.
For the convenience of the crowd
tonight a part of the middle sections
on the main floor will bo reserved.
For the members of tho faculty and
their frlonds, and for the collogo or
ganizations which wish to sit in a
body, such as the Palladian society,
there will be reserved sections.
Hon. J. H. Mockett, Jr., speaker of
this year's assembly, will bo the pre
After tho band concert at chapel this
morning it is expected that one of the
Missourlans will speak.
For Nebraska, Fred M. Hunter will
open the argument; Noll M. Cronin
will follow him, and Ira Ryner will
close the direct argument. Tho first
speeches around will be sixteen min
utes long, aftor which Mr. Cronin and
Mr. Nelson will each have ten minutes
Slow Sale of Book.
The sale of the senior class book did
not meet expectations yesterday. Tho
beginning of tho sale on Wednesday
promised so well that the management
looked for a rush for several days.
Seniors have taken a copy each ad
promiBo to purchase more, but they
arc slow In carrying out the promise.
Tho law students nave greatly disap
pointed the managers. They were this
year given about twice the amount of
space that has heretofore been de
v6tcd to that department And for this
they have bought merely one hook
each. An extra effort will bo made
today to greatly increase tho sale and
insure the financial success of the
WILL PLANT THE IVY.
Program for the Exercises of This
Tho Ivy day exorcises of the senior
class will bo held this afternooaat 2
ojclock In Memorial hall. Doors will
bo open at 1:50 p. m. Tho hour is sot
at this timo in order not to Interfere
with tho baseball game.
After tho program an adjournment
will bo taken to tho northeast corner
of the library building, whore tho vino
will bo planted with duo ceremony.
Tho May-pole danco will follow- imme
diately Qn the campus, near tho chem
ical laboratory,! if tho weather permits;
otherwise In tho armory. Tho seniors
will meet In Memorial hall at 1:30
p. m. to make preliminary arrange
ments. Tho class colors will bo worn,
and tho girls will appear in their caps
and gowns. President Tellesen will
preside. Tho program Is as follows:
MubIc University Oleo Club
Address, Professor A. Ross Hill
.Music Cadet Band
Class Oration C."P. Craft
Music t University Oleo Club
Class HIstQry t. .Anna Maxwell
Class Poem .Ethel GrJflUh
Class Song : Class of 1903
Planting of Ivy.
Presentation of Trowel to Junior Class,
President C. C. Tellesen.
Response. Presjdont Anna Van Zandt
Music .. Cadet Band
May-pole Danco Senior Girls
Tailor mado clothes make tho man
look better Btudents like to look well.
Wo aro equipped to furulBh tho" right
kind of clothes at reasonable) prices.
The Toggery Co., 1141 0.
Wfyere Shall New Buildings Go?
Some Hints as to University Opinion on the Subject
Before long tho authorities of the University will be called upon to de
cide a matter of Importance to the future of Nebraska's campus the loca
tion of the buildings granted by the last legislature. The campus has al
ready been badly marred by tho misplacement of important buildings, under
the impression that tho campus would never bo enlarged. Tho same mis
take should not be allowed to occur again. In tho endeavor to prevent it,
Tho Nebraskan has requested a number of University people to cxpreBfl
their opinions on the subject. They aro given below, and will bo, followed
next week by others. Let those who have convictions on the campiiB quesr.
tlon speak now. It Is tho accepted time, , . ,
FRED. M. HUNTER
.Jpcjly clear titlo to tho dqlyito championship of the middle wesL which she
WYOu Jasi( year Dy uireo umpnuuu victories.
; 'Hon. William J. Bryan will glye an address on "The Value of Dlsciis
'Eion",'- and the University Cadet Band will begin a concert promptly a tf
"it ' The judges will all bo hero by ttie mjddlo of the afternoon the .chief
justjlce of the supremo court of Iowa Hon. Emlin McClain, L1.D., Professor.,
, rJessMacey, LL.D., of Iowa College, Grlnnell, Iowa, and Professor Frank
v "..llMcYey, Ph.D., of tho University of Minnesota,
k- "Tho "Mlesouri.team arrived at 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon It Is
, 'composed of E. P, Nelson, j'cader, a junW In bqlh tho law and" academic
departments.: W T. Nardln. '03, a, ra.etouer of the American Economic asao-
The question that Is troubling the
executive and regents relates "to locat
ing tho two proposed new buildings on
tho University campus. If tho future
of tho institution wore to bo clearly
seen, this matter would noat worry
those who have it in charge, but'it is
fully realized that, sooner or later, the
campus must be enlarged toaccommo
dato tho growing needs, of tho Univer
sity. Which adjoining blocks will bo
added is a question hard to answer.
It Is tho opinion of promlncntnlYer,
sity men that tho two blocks east hpd
ono south, between Eleventh and
Twelfth streets, will eventually be pur
chased by tho stato and added to the
present campus. This opinion is occa
sioned by tho recent action of tho Uni
versity in affiliating with tho school of
music and the proposed Rockefeller
building on Twelfth and R streets.
Another fact that leads to this conclu
sion is that tho city of Lincoln Is'
building: southward and eastward,
working away from t.he University, In
stead of. Joward it, If It were positive
ly unpwn -that tno course or. years
would bring, about such a chaugo,,the
new buljdLngs could bo placedWltli this
object Jrf viov of arranging a campus
"extended on the southland east. Those
who look, fdr -sucji .developments, are
In favor of placing the proposed new
executive building in the southeast
corner of tho campus as it now lies,
for that position Is anticipated as the
center of thcfiituo campus. ' ' '
It is clearlyth6ntehtlon of tho ad
ministration,. how.ever to follow,. tho
old plan of Arranging the grounds ,.n
locating tjso uew hDHdlngs. The
plan that has-been In the ;mlnd of Uni
versity administrations since Chnnfcol
lor Canfleld's tlmo was outlined jtiy.iilm
and follows the J quadrangle- ajryapgV
ment .of buildings on, lio campusTAThe
erection' of ah executive building haft"
long been contemplated fcrid always
after Chancellor Canfleld's Idea otplac
ing it at the south side of ihp campus
between the two gates opening out oh
Eleventh street.B Tho Idea was to put
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