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INI THE DEBATING WORLD.
MlnncKota and Chicago "will debate In
Chicago the 21st of this month. This
1k the first debate these universities
huvo held slnoo 1002 when Minnesota
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Michigan and Northwestern meet in
the Central Debating League contest
at Ann Arbor Jan. 20th, on the ques
tion resolved, That corporations
doing inter-state business should be
compelled to Incorporate; granted t lint
such a law will bo constitutional.
The Plrst National
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Frank F&rlu, AMt OMaln.
P. R. Bauterday, Auditor.
The Annual Hamilton club contest
in oratory was held at Chicago last
week between the Universities of Chicago,-
Minnesota, Michigan and Knox
college. It. E. Chase of Knox college,
won tho first prl.o of $100. Iowa was to
have competed, but three days before
the contest her representative was ex
cluded for plagiarism and also ex
pelled from tho university
Harvard will soon start a now fea
ture In the interests of intercollegiate
debating, an Intercollegiate debating
journal. Its object will be to stimulate
Interest in debating throughout the
whole coutry. It will contain complete
speeches and criticisms of debates and
suggestionsmd plans for fetter speak
ing. The editors will be selected from
Harvard, Princeton and Yale. No oth
er magazine ot this kind has over boon
The Mkhlgan speakers for the Michigan-Wisconsin
debate arc under sim
ilar training to that of the football
'players. They are prohibited' from
smoking, drinking and all other intem
perate habits and are required to keep
their voices In the best of condition.
Their food is carefully chosen to pre
serve their body and brain In good
health and above all they are required
to go to bed early. It Is thought that
siuh training has much to do with tho
sift toss of debaters as well as athletes
A new system for selecting debateih
lot the inter-eolleglate debates has
been Instituted at the Syracuse Univer
sity. Instead of lining up the contes
tants on one side of the question or
the other on the same evening, a
method which gives little opportunity
to test a man's real powers; the men
who will try for the teams this year
have been divided into various teams
which will meet each other in regular
debates. At each debate the inferior
men are dropped and this process of
elimination is continued until the two
teams to debate arc chosen. Three or
four debates are usually required to
rick the teams.
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Manager Allen of the baseball team
has arranged three games to bo played
with the Omaha Western league team
in Lincoln. These games will bo
played In the early part of the season.
Manager Rourke of the Omaha loam
was In Lincoln yesterday to arrange
about bringing his team to Lincoln
to do their spring practice. But these
negotiations have fallen through as
there is no ground which can be se
cured since the M street park lias been
dismantled. The statement made Ohat
Omaha and the 'varsity would be un
able to play on the campus is un
founded. The grounds are so small on
account of the physics buildings cut
ting off a part that ground rules will
have to be made but they are the only
grounds available and will consequent
ly be used.
Illinois winds up the football season
with a balance of $2,470.11 to the credit
of the treausuer.
Tho faculty at Illinois are planning
to give the editor of tho college daily
four hours, and his assistants three
hours of Uni vers! ty3pf edit.
Lincoln Transfer Co.; baggag.
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continue much longer. I desire to
urge, therefore, that early and adequate
pioision be made for a library suit
able to our needs."
"Tho teaching force also is Inade
quate. I'ndcr the two-year course, as
it stood In 1902-3, the program of in
struction called for 25 hours the first
semester and 2t hours the second. Our
piosent program calls for II hours the
first semester and 13 hours the second,
"let the teaching force Is no greater
than it was. Indeed in number of per
sons engaged in instruction it is less
than it ever was; but the fact that all
but one give substantially their wihole
time makes the result about the same
as under the shorter schedule. As it
now stands, one of the teaching staff
giving but half his time, or six hours,
there remain 38 hours of Instruction
and 1 1 hours of attendance upon prac
tice ( ouits to be apportioned among
three professors. If borne equally, this
would mean over 10 hours each. But
it has not been possible to make an
equal division, and the lesult has been
that one has had to bear an almost in
tolerable burden. It Is not possible to
tontlnue this condition. An adequate
teaching staff is an immediate and im
perative necessity. Provision should
be made also for the courses in Public
I aw formerly given by Professor Cook.
A groat part of the work he was doing
has had to be left abeyance because
there was no one to take it up. This
work was of great importance, not
only in the College of Law, but in the
general colleges, and it would be most
unfortunate to suffer it to be perma
nently discontinued. The Univorsity is
to be congratulated upon securing
Judge Hastings to tako over tho courses
in Private Law formerly given by Pro
fessor Cook. It goes without saying
that he has proved a notable acces
sion to the faculty. His work is all
that was to be, expected from one of
Jiis eminence as a scholar and reputa
tatlon as a lawyer. But Professor Cook
was doing much more thaii one man's
work, and we can not expect his suc
cessor to carry the whole burden."
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