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Vol. IV, No. m
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, J905.
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Judges For Debate Tonight Fin
ally Agreed Upon.
Senator K. .1. Ilurkett to Preside Ovrr
Not until yesterday afternoon were
the judges for the Iowa debate decided
upon. Several oi the gentlemen nomi
nated by Iowa in the second list were
telegraphed and yesterday replies of
meptnnce were received from the fol
lowing who will act as Judges for th"
debate this evening:
Presld-nt G. L. Dropi-ers. Univer
sity of South Dakota
Dean C. M. Young. Ph. D., professoi
ol political science and history. Unl-
ersity of South Dakota.
Professor John B. Phillips. Ph. D.,
piofessor of economics. University of
The judges aie all college men, which
fact assures that academic considera
tions rather than political will be the
basis, upon which the debate will be
judged. President Droppers is a
graduate of Harvard and Berlin uni
versities and was formerly piofessor
d political economy in the Imperial
1'niversity of Japan. He was one of
tin nine men nominated by Nebraska
aud selected by Iowa
Dean Young Is a graduate of Hiram
lollegf, Ohio, and Professor Phillips
Is a graduate of the University of In
diana and Cornell university. The two
latter Judges were proposed by Iowa
in the last list and selected by the
('fbatlng board. Several other college
ptofefsors and judges declined the In
vltntlan to act as judges because of
ptevious engagements. Among these
were Chancellor Frank Strong of the
Unlverblty of Kansas, President James
B. Baker of the University of Colorado
and Judge Moses Hallett of the dls
tiict court of Colorado and dean or
the law school of Colorado college.
The Nebraska debaters are now In
turn for the great contest tonight.
, esterday afternoon the team had its
llnal practice and a few finishing
tonchc-j were put upon the case This
evening they will treat the audience
to the .same sort of argument that ha
I roiight to Nebraska the championship
of the middle west. The following is
thr personnel of tlo Nebraska repre
sentatives who will decide tonight
whether or not that part of the Four
teenth amendment which, calls for a
reduction of a state's congressmen If
- in, restricts the suffrage should be re
pealed: Charles A. Sawyer, 'OG, Lincoln, pre
pared for college in the Lincoln high
school, where he was a prominent de
bater. He enteied the' University in
1902 and laBt year waB a member of
the Nebraska team -which defeated
Earl M. Marvin, 'OG, Beatrice, grad
ucted from the Beatrice high school,
where he waB twice a member of the
s booi'B debating team.
Charles A. Sunderlln, '07, Tecum-s-.eh,
graduated from 'the Clinton (la.)
high school, which he represented In
an interscholastlc debate.
The Iowa debaters arrived over the
Rock Island last evening and will ap
pear at chapel this morning.
Friday Evening, April 14
Tuesday Evening, Apr. 18
MEMORIAL HALL. BOTH DEBATES 50c.
Iowa has a strong and well-balanced
team of experienced debaters. F.T E.
Snedkor of Cherokee, la., is the lead
ei. He is a senior in the college of
liberal arts In the University of Iowa
and was a member of the Wisconsin
preliminary team In 1904.
Ben F. Wyland of Harlan, la., is a
senior In the University and has rep
resented the Irving Institute In the
junior debate In 1904.
S. E. Skelly lives in Iowa City and
lv also a senior and represented his
class in the sophomoro debate In
Senator E. J. Burkett has accepted
the invitation ot the Debating Board
to preside at the debate this evening
and he will also give an address. Dean
Davis will act as timekeeper.
One of the Glee Club's quartettes
has consented to furnish the music at
Thr program will commence prompt
ly at 8 o'clock and the doors will be
dosed dining the speaking.
Phi Gams Victorious.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Sigma-Alpha Epsilon...l 0 1000
Phi Gamma Delta 1 0 1000
Beta Thetn PI 1 0 1000
Delta Tau Delta 1 0 1000
Alpha Tau Omega 1 1 500
Phi Kappa Psl I 1 500
Sigma Chi 1 1 .500
Delta Upsllon 1 2 333
Kappa Sigma 0 2 0000
Phi Delta Theta 0 1 0000
In a game which furnished the most
entertainment to the Greek "fans" of
any of the Inter-fraternlty contest yet
held, the Phi Gams. In the first game
of their schedule, defeated the Slgs
l'j to 12. The game was full of plays
which rangeiT"Trom the best to the
worst, and one Learn excelled In each
kind about as much as the other. The
Slgs started out swimmingly, but could
not keep It up. Such a tomblnatlon
as "Cheese" Coy In tho box and the
"Majoi" at first proved the salvation
ofPhl Gam and the final score showed
1G runs for them to 12 for the Sigma
LOST PI Beta Phi pin. Leave at
office of Dally Nebraskan.
Company B Bop...
FRIDAY, APRIL 14
Fatenity Hall. Tickets $ .00
Game This Afternoon.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock tho Ne
braska Indians play the first of a
series of two games with the 'varsity.
Guycm, well known here as one of
the Haskell Indians' speediest football
players, will probably hold down the
lt.itial bag. The Kansas Indian Is a
new acquisition to the redskin nine.
The 'varsity line-up will be about as
Rine .,'. ." Second
Reddlck : Short
Ft-nlon Left Field
Cook Center Field
Schmidt Right Field
Barbs to Meet.
President Anderson has called a
meeting of the Associated Barbs for
April 15 at 7:30 p. m. in U. 106. The
barb candidates for the athletic board
will be nominated and general busi
ness discussed. The questions of tho
amendment of the constitution and the
adoption of a barb pin, which were
laid over at tho last meeting, will
piobably come up for final settlement
at this meeting. As the constitution
now stands the question of member
ship In the organization is very am
b.guous and It is this that thoy will
try to remedy by amendment. The
question of adopting a barb pin was
placed before the last meeting by
President Anderson and after some lit
tle discussion was postponed until the
next meeting Some of tho men feel
that there ought to be some insignia
vorn by the members in order that
they may bo readily distinguished from
tlu- other students.
No men have announced themselves
as candidates for the nomination on
the barb ahtletlc board ticket and 1L
1b not known how many will be Jn
the field for nomination.
The Auditorium Skating Rink will be
closed during Inhes' Band Concert.
Will re-open April 15. Season closes
Twenty Instructors Promoted by
Board of Regents.
Kxeellenojr of .Horvlcoa Hi-Iiir ItonnriU
to Ma n j-.
Twenty promotions nnd changes of
titles In tho University faculty were
made at the meeting or the Board of
Regents held Tuesday. Five wore
promoted to professorships, six were
raised to the position of assoclato pro
fessor, two wore made assistant pro
fessors, four were promoted to bo
adjunct professors and two assistants
und one instructor were appointed. Tho
following is the list:
Adjunct Professor Rosa Bouton to
be associate professor of Domohtlc Sci
onco. Associate Professor Haecker to bo
professor of Mechanics.
Assistant Professor Chatburn to bo
associate professor of Applied Mechan
ics and Machine Design, tho name of
a now department which will Include
Instructor Howell to be adjunct pro
fessor of Rhetoric, Elocution to bo
merged in Rhetoric.
Associate Professor Frye to be pro
fessor. Associate Professor Fogg to be pro
fessor. Adjunct Professor Stuff to be assist
Instructor Wallace to be assistant
Assistant Professor Condra to be
associate professor of Geography and
Associate Professor Emerson to bo
Instructor Lillio to be adjunct pro
fessor. Assistant Professor Walto to bo as
sociate professor of Pathology and Bac
teriology and head of this as a separ
Adjunct Professor of Plant Physiol
ogy Heald to be associate professor of
Botany In the School of Agriculture
and botanist of the Experiment Station
Assistant Professor of Botany Clem
ents to be associate professor of Plant
Associate Professor Wolcott to be
professor of Anatomy.
Instructor Lyman to be adjunct pro
fessor of Pharmacodynamics.
Instructor Davidson to be adjunct
professor of Farm Mechanics.
Dr. Lawrence B. Pillsbury to be as
sistant in Pathology and Bacteriology
Dr. Charles Aaron Hull to be clin
ical assistant in Biirgery.
Dr. Thomas Truelsdh to be Instruc
tor In Physical Diagonals and assist
ant in clinical medicine.
The last two named men are In the
Oniaha branch of the Medical Col
Owing to tho Easter vacation the
University Pedagogical Club will meet
or. Tuesday evening, April 18thf in
stead of Wednesday evening, April
19th. Dr. Frederick E. Bolton, profes
sor of education, University of Iowa,
will deliver tho address. The meeting
will bo held in room 106, University
hall, 7 to 8 p. m. Members of tho
club extend a cordial invitation to the
city teachers and all others Inter
ested In education.
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