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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1905)
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Tho Debating Squad mot in the
trophy room last night.
The beginning class In Ornltholog
meets at 9 a. m. Baturday. Until fur
ther notieo tho meeting place will he
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tory of Nebraska.
T. V. Goodrich, '04, was a campus
visitor Saturday. Mr. Goodrich is
teaching hlBtory and mathematics nt
tho Syracuse high school.
Chorion R. Weeks has boon oppolnt
od Kappa Sigma rwprosentntive on tho
Junior Prom Committee in place of Cy
Mason who hd withdrawn from the
Tb junior laws mot yesterday nt 11
a m. In U 107 and elected officers, for
this soinoBter. Por tho office of presi
dent throo namos were submitted to
tho meeting, M. C. McMahon nominat
ed Martin S. McDuffoo; John W. Lun
dlu placed Goorgo D. Lnntz in nomina
atlon, and M. D. Abbott was nominat
ed by O. R. Cameron. Jonp of the
candidates wero able to secure a ma
jority of all votes cast on the first
ballot. Mr. Abbott wlthdtew aft r the
result of tho first ballot was an
nounced. Boforo the count of the scc
ond ballot was finished Mclhiffoo
moved that tho eloctlou of Lantz bo
made unanimous. Motion carried. M.
C. McMahon was elected vlco-prosl-dont
and Charles M. Rolfuou soorotaiy.
Tho following aro tho offlcors for
the somestor: Goorgo D. Lant, Phi
Delta Phi, Phi Delta Tbeta, president;
Martin C. McMahon, vico-presldent,
and Charles M. Rolf son, socrotary.
IN THR DEBATING WORLD.
Doan college has organized a debat
ing club which will hold dobatoa with
Belhlow college and Pom Normal this
Weslpyan University will hold- its
annual debate with Slmpbon college
(Iowa) at University Place tomorrow
Tho Alumul of the Uimeisliy of
Minnesota havo offered $-130 in cash
prizes to bo awardod to students suc
cessful In contests In essay writing,
oratory and debate.
A mombor of tho faculty of Coloiado
collego has written to the Rhotorlc De
pnrtmoul to onqulro what distinction
Nobraska confers upon its luter-state
debaters; whether sho awards them
an-"N" ns Is dtfno In somo colleges or
whether thoy aro given "credit."
Interest In public spooking at Kuox
collego Is at a high pitch. For several
years this college has taken a high
rank in tho west for oxcellont training
In public epoaklng. Her spirit roachod
Its maximum this year when Ralph B
Chaso. tho winner of tho first -prize in
tho IJojullton club, contest ntvCbicngo
rece-ntly, cam homo. The college
closed and tho faculty joined tho stu
dents In a mass mooting to wolcomo
the victorious spoakor.
Michigan defeated Northwcbtern
University In tho Central Debating
League contest at Ann Arbor recently.
Tho question for dobato was:
Resolved, That corporations doing
Intor-fltato business should be com
pelled to incorporate under national
laws; granted that such laws arc con
stitutional. Michigan debated the nogatlve.
Throoinombors of tho ouprume court
of Ohio, sorved as 'judges.
Ex-Socrotary Itussol A. Algler
awards prizes of watch charms to
Michlwan Inter-stnto dobaters.
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In splto of the fact that many mem
bers of the club nro busy with inter
state debate work, tho Students De
bating Hub held a rousing mooting
Saturday ovonlng. An Impromptu
debate followed an animated 'paiila
montaiy "forap" after which the fol
lowing officers wore elected to hold
offlco during tho present semester:
President Roscoe J. Andorsou.
The Interest in tho society was lath
er lax last semester. Whether this
was because tho students -bad little
time to spare for debating work, or
whether they lacked tho necessary
spirit to make lorenBlc work a success,
the fact is very regretablo A uni.ei
slty of tho size of Nobraska ought to
support at least three or four lively
debating societies. Iowa, Minnesota.
Wl&conBln and other of our slBter col
legos aro far ahead of us In debating
spirit. Tho interest displayed at in-tur-roeloty
contests In those universi
ties should make our students blush.
FoitunnUdy, however, tho prospects
fur a more interesting semester are
encouraging. Tho newly elected offl
cors aro to"a man ardent supporters oi
debating work aud havo announced
that they will do everything In their
power to "whoop things up." Thoy
have begun this task by entering into
negotiations with Doano college, for
the purposo of holding a joint dobato.
Definite announcements rogardtng this
matter will bo mad lator.
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the purpose of teaching tho candidates,
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