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Zht Daily Uebraskan
vA ooiiHolldntlon of
Tho Hwporinn) Vol. 01, Tho Nobriwknn, Vol, 10
Scnrlot nnd Oraun, Vol. 4.
Publlnhnd dully, oxropt HnniUy and Monday,
At ilio Unlvomlty of Nobrnflkn, Lincoln, Nob.
by tho Hcnporlnn PubllBhlnR Co ,
BoAno Or LuniecTona
ProfoworH J. I. Wyor, nnd O. B. fflchnrtlit :
II. P. Lenvltt
John WoHloYOr K. R. Walton.
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BnlifcorlpHon Price, $2 pur yonr, In iwlvnnrn
Unt-onxl at thti postoflloo at Lincoln, Nob.,
ait Hocond-olikHH mull mutter undor tlm ivct of
oonRroMHof March H, 18TII.
Individual iotlc-s will tm chnriml for at tho
rato of 10 cpnt for cnoh InHnrtion. Faculty,
dopnrtimjntnl and unlvortdty bullctliiH will
Kindly bo pnhllHhcd f m oh horutoforv.
Tho Seniors, Juniors and Sopho
morcH, realizing tho necessity of
prompt reorganization for tho now hc
uiostor, mot yesterday and, electing of
(IcorH, placed themselves on a firm
basis for tho romaindor of the year..
r-rtmirmmmmmmMi'iiu' tn mqi
elect. It is a conceded fact that all
tho knowledge brought to tho Univer
sity comes via the Froshles, nnd per
haps It is presuming greatly to criti
cize this all-wiBo body, yet thero is
room for criticism. Rver slnco '08 or
ganized It has boen iittlo in evidence.
Hardly a trace of tho usual freshman
activity has been exhibited; in fact,
about the only real sign of life appar
ent in tho ranks of t..o omhryoAic
sheep-skin aspirants was at tho time
of the Freshman party, and then these
signs of lifo were evident on tho part
of only a, very fow Fresh I es and the
Sophs wero tho impelling power in this
instance. Of course the Soph la always
with ub, and always ready, should it
be absolutely necessary, to again fur
nish Impelling powor, but this outBide
influence, while benoflctal at times,
should not always bo resorted to. The
different classes are organized for ac
tive, effectivo work, not for a mere
passive existence. It is about as hard
to insUU new spirl t into n dead class
organization as it Is to bring a corpso
to lifo, and tho sooner tho Freshmen
learn this and put their knowlodgo to
1 ract Icul use the quicker.
Piano solo Ada Beardsloy
Reading Brlttannla Daughters
Music Mandolin nnd Piano
Mioses Boone and Popoon.
Paper Estelln Bakor
Reading draco Sargent
Music Doublo Quartette
Music Doublo Qunrtotto
The twelve day popular lady voting
contest at tho roller akating rink has
been running four days nnd interost iu
waxing warm. University studonts
should name a candidate and puBh her
to the front. The first prize is a pair
of gold plated ball bearing roller
skates. Tho second prize is a nickel
plated aluminum pair, and tho third
prize hi a nickel plated steel pair. The
fourth prize is a twenty session ticket.
BIOGRAPHY OF DEBATERS CHOS
EN ON "SQUAD."
John 1 ovl Clark, law, 1907, Columbus.
Born at Columbus-; preparod Wr col
lego at tho Columbus high school,
where he mado a roputatlon as a
speaker. He was altornato on tho Ne
braska team that dofeated Washing
ton University at St. Louis last May.
Wlllard I oRoy Clark, 1906. Born at
Omaha; prepared for college at the
Nebraska school for tho blind, Nebras
ka City, whoro ho took a prominent
part in debates. And ho entered col
logo in 1900 and took tho first prize In
the Palladlan Society Oratorical So
ciety a year ago. Ho is vlco president
of the senior class.
Morton I eroy Corey, law, 1907, Lin
coln. Born at Bluo Vale, Neb.; pre
pared for college at the Lincoln high
school. In high school he was promi
nent in nthleticfl and was one of the
clnsB orators. He taught three years,
the' last ns principal of the Ong, Neb.,
high school. He entered colloge in
D. P. Do Young, 1907. Born at Buff
alo, Kans., and prqpared for college at
the Nebraska State Normal school,
Peru. He was a member of tho Peru
tram that debated with the Missouri
State Normal school in 1903, and he
was lender of the I Incoln Academy
team that defeated tho Lincoln Young
Men's Christian Association team in
1904. Ho entered college In 1903. He
is associate editor of tho Dally Ne
braskan. Carl P. Hartley, 1908, Lincoln. A na
il vo or I Incoln: preparod for college at
the I Incoln high school, where he was
chosen, by tho faculty as ono of the
threo seniors who should deliver ora
tions at tho "Senior Public."
Frederick Maurice Hunter, 1905, Lin
coln. Born at Savannah, Mo.; pro
nared for college at Bluo Rapids, Kan .
entering tho University in 1900. He
mado the University Debating Squad
In 1902 and opened Nebraska case when
she defeated Missouri hero on the
trust question in 1903. Ho has been
niomlnent In college life generally,
having been on tho football team sev
eral years and being now president of
,tlie senior class. last vnar nnd thin
n mo I incoln high school.
Richard C. Hunter, 1908, Omaha
Born at West Point, Neb.; preparod
for college at the Omaha high school
which ho represented in debate twice
ngainst tho Chicago high schools, twice
against I incoln and twice against Be
ntrlco. Ho was also alternato on tho
Omaha team In tho Inter-scholastic de
bate. 1 eo S. I egro. 1900, South Omaha.
Born at Fish Mills, Wis.; preparod for
college at tho South Omaha high
school. Ho Is vlco president of the
Junior class and captain In the cadet
battalion at State Farm.
Albert M. Levy, 1907, Lincoln. Born
at Buffalo, N. Y.; prepared for colloge
at the Lincoln high school. While in
iho high school he wan on llvo victor
ous debating teams. In 1902 he won
Hie Nebraska inter-scholastic debate
championship for Lincoln, while study
ing under Charlos M. Bracelem of
Omaha, now teacher of history and de
bate at tho Omaha high school. Levy
was appointed alternate on tho team
that whipped KanBas last year.
Earl M. Marvin, 1906, Beatrice. A
natlvo of Beatrice, who prepared for
college at the Beatrico high school. At
the high school ho was twice a mem
ber of tho school's debating team.
Frank A. Petorson, 1905, Omaha.
Borit at Omaha; prepared for colloge at
the Omaha high school; entorod tho
Unlvoreity in 1901. Ho has taken high
nmk as a scholar. Hq. passed the
Rhodes Scholarship examination last
"prlng, and is a candidate this year for
appointment to tho Oxford honor.
John Pean Ringer, Lincoln. Born at
T Incoln; prepared far college at the
1 Incoln high school. Ho will graduate
from tho College of Law this year.
Tn tho I incoln high school he was
wico chosen as Its representative In
tho inter-scholastic debato, was presi
dent of his class tho first and fourth
vears, and was prominent in athlotics.
I u college ho has played football five
years and baseball ono year. Ho was
president of tho Young Mon's Christian
Association for two years, and has
been tho gonoral secretary of tho As
sociation last year and this.
Charles A. Sawyer, 1900, Lincoln. A
native of I incoln; prepared for col
lego at the Lincoln high school, where
he was a prominent debater. Ho en
tered the University in 1902 nnjj was
president of the Freshman class. Last
year ho oponed Nebraska's case against
Kansas when the Jayhawkers wont
dowh for the third succossivo year.
Charles A. Sundcrlln, 1907, Tekamah,
Neb. Born at Chase, Mich.; prepared
for college at the Tekamah, Neb., and
Clinton, Iowa, high schools. In high
school he mado a reputation as a
public speaker, representing the Clln-
Kon high school on Its debating team.
Ho was city editor of tho Clinton, Iowa,
Daily Age in 1901 and 1902. He on
tored college in 1903, and made tho
Iniverslty Debating Squad in 1904. He
was chairman of tho Sophomoro Hop
Joseph M. Swcnson, 1908, Omaha. A
native of Sweden; prepared for colloge
at the Omaha high school. In the high
school ho won first place in the Senior
oiatorical contest, wa3 editor of the
paper In 1903-1094, and mado a repu
tation ns a debater. He was In teama
(wire that debated with the Chicago
high schools, twice against Beatrice,
nnd twice against Lincoln, the last
tune against 1 incoln being In 1904.
Oiico lo was Omaha's representative
r.nl once her alternative In tho Ne
braska Inter-scholastic debate.
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