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TIbe H)aih IFlebraekan
Vol. IV, No. J44
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MAY 19, J905.
Price 5 Cents
HIGH SGHOOL DAY
"7 - H l"'
CHANGES IN SIN
DR. ROSS' ARTICLE IN THE AT
HON. GEORGE W. BERGE
FIELD MEET AND DEBATE PROM
ISE TO BE HOTLY CONTESTED.
A Good Representation Expected for
the Field Meet Eight High Schools
Will Compete for Championship.
The annual interscholastlc debate
will be hold In Memorial Hall this
ovening at 8 While the debate is
controted and managed by (he Nebras
ka Interscholastlc Debating Associa
tion, nhich is composed of the high
schools of the state, maintaining the
highest standard in debute, it Is open
to all high schools in the state. They
are thus enabled to term the winner
of the debate this evening the chump
Ion of the state for 1905
The debato held two years ago was
won by Lincoln and Omaha took sec
ond place. A. M Levy, a member of
the Nebraska team that defeated
Washington University this year, tep
resented Lincoln. Last year the Oma
ha representative, Byson, won the de
bate, v.hllo Lincoln had to bo content
with second pluce N. M Cronin, who
has several times been one of Nebras
ka's representative in interstate de
butes, hns chaige of the work in argu
mentation in Lincoln C M Brucelln,
also a former Nebrasku debator,
coaches the Omaha teams Since the
Installation of the new systems in
these two schools their work has been
of an unusually high order and the
ndvuntage seeniB to bo slightly In favor
1 of their representatives In the debate
this evening. Beatrice has also been
doing excollent work in debate this
ear, having won from a team repre
senting Lincoln -High School.
The -lebate will be on tho direct
primary question. The schools which
will tnko part uud the sides allotted
to them in the debato will bo as fol
lows" Affirmative York, Beatrice, Lincoln,
Negntivo Omaha. York, Ord, Crete
Twenty-five cents admission will be
cuurged for the debate. Tickets may
be obtained at the Registrar's office.
The following Is the program for the
10 3jO aL m. General survey of Uni
versity grounds, buildings nnd labora
tories by High School students Under
the direction of University guides.
11:00 a. m. '-Exercises of welcome,
Memorial Hull. Music, University, Ca
det Bond. Address of welcome, Chan
cellor B. Benjamin Andrews. Short
addresses by State Superintendent J.
L. McBrlen, Principal A. H. Water
house, Omaha; Superintendent W. L
Stephens, Lincoln; Superintendent J.
W. Searsqn, Fremont; Superintendent
F. W. Williams, Seward, and others.
Music, University Cadet Band.
12:00 m. Basket dinner on Univers
2:00 p. m. Anuual meet of Nebras
ka Interscholastlc Athletic Associa
tion, University -Athletic Field.
5:00 p. m. Dress parade and review
of Cadet Battalion by Chancellor An
drews, Commandant Chase, Adjutant
General Culver, and attending super
intendents, 6:30 p. no. Meeting of Schoolmas
ters' Club, Lincoln hotel.
TO UNIVERSITY MEN
MISS MAUDE BENDALL
8 00 p m. Nebraska Inter-Scholastic
debate. Memorial Hall.
Plans have been made to carry off
the meet as quickly as possible, as
there are many other Important events
to come off during the afternoon.
Among these Is the dress parade by
the University cadets. The battalion
will line up and show the prospective
students the military manner in which
drill is carried out at Nebraska. The
drill will take place immediately at
the close of the field mete
The events and the entires for the
meet will be as follows.
Mile run Abrams, Fuirbury; Piii'dy.
Brant, Beatrice: Hull and Ku'us, York;
Burnham, Pawnee City.
100 jard dash Miller and Lawson,
Beatrice; Mapes. Palmer, Adams Fal
ter and Troop of Platlsmouth; Gil
more, Bubcock, Fairbury; Morris and
Hoff, Humboldt. Hlnkle, Hnvelock;
Wlldman. Fralel. York; McMaster,
220 yard dash LaWson, Thornburg.
Beatrice ; Mapes, Adams, Miner, Platts
mouth; Babcock, Gllmore, Fairbur ;
Petrastrek. Hoff, Humboldt; Hlnkle,
Havelock; Fralel, Wlldman, York;
Burnham, Pawnee City.
440 yard dash Thornburg, Samuel,
Beatrice; Morris, Humboldt; McDon
ald, Kuns, York; Martin, Pawnee City.
880 yard run Purdy, Brandt, Beat
rice; Abrams, Fuirbury; Kuns, Chain,
Taylor, McDonald, Pawnee City; Burn
Half mile . relay Plattsmouth,
Mapes, Palmer, Adunis, Troop, Miner;
Beatrice, Miller, Thornberg, Lawson,
Samuel; York, McDonald, Hull, Taylor,.
Meud, Wlldman, Kuns, Fralel.
Shot put Du Vul, Fairbury ; Palmer,
rice; Taylor. Hall, York; Martin.
Minec, Plattsmouth; Thornburg, Beat
Hgenfrltf, Pawnee City.
Hammer throw Babcock, Du Vul;
Fairbury; Thornburg, Schultz, Beat
rice; Hgenfrltz, Martin, Pawnee City;
Pebrastrek, Humboldt; Hall, Taylor,
Mead, Chain, York.
Pole -vault Schultz, Brandt, Beat
rice; McMaster, Pawnee City; Fralel,
120 yard hurdle Ball, Schultz, peat-
U On Saturday
SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
rice; McDonald. York; Hlnkle, Have
lock. 220 hurdles Gllmore, Falrbur ;
Ball, Lawson, Beatrice, McDonald,
Broad Jump Dawson, tyapes. Troop.
Palmer, Plattsmouth; Babcock, Col
lier, Du Val, Fairbury; Lawson, Beat
rice; Wildman, Fraiel, Mead, York;
Hgenfrltz, Pawnee City.
High jump Du Val, Collier, Fair
bury; Hettiler. Beatrice; Mead, Wild
man. Kuns, York; Petrashek. Hum
boldt; McMaster, Hgenfrltz, Puwnee
The tennis meet with Minnesota,
which way to have been playod on
May 20; was called off by the North
erners on account of continued wet
weather, which had made pructlco im
possible for them. A match will be
arranged to be played In Minneapolis
The tennis team from Iowa will be
played on the local courts Friday, May
2G. Iowa's reputation in tennis is
ono of the best. On her recent trip
East Iowa lost to Chicago, but. won
both singles and doubles from Illinois.
In previous tennis matches with S. V.
I. we have usually come off second
Tho first tournament has narrowed
down to the semi-finals. Today Cassl
day plays Reed and Scribner fights it
out with Mnthewson to decide who
shall meet in the flnuls.
Matches for the second team with
Doane, Wesleyan, and some others are
being arranged. The second team
hus not as yet been selected.
The faculty baseball teums will ap
pear on the diamond this morning at
11 and on every morning hereafter at
the same hour except Saturday, when
the time -will be 10:30. The -excitement
is running high. Three splendid
batteries two men for each base the
field full of men what can the Com
mercial Club expect to do against such
an aggregation? Remember the hour,
11 a. m. every day.
Evening at 8:30 1
Urges That Sin Changes, but the Sin
ful Heart Does
"New Varieties of Sin" un article
which appears In the Atlantic Month
ly for May should bo of more than
pusslng Interest to tho student body,
first on account of Its subject mattei
and in the second place because It
was written b Professor E A. Ross
He begins by saying, "that the sin
ful heart is the samo, but sin changes
ns society develops." Ho continues
by noting, 'that nowadays the watoi
man Is our well, the trolley our car
riage, the banker's safe our old stock
ing, and the policeman's billy our fist.
Others look after our drains, invosl
our savings, nurse our sick and teach
our children. The moat trust butch
ers our pig, theoll trust moulds our
cundle, the sugar trust boils our
sorghum, the coal trust chops our
wood and the barb wire company splits
our rails All this Interdependence
puts us at ono another's mercy,
'The use of states makes counter
felting, smuggling, peculation and trea
son possible, commerce tempts the
pirate, forger and embezzler. Every
new fiduciary relutlon .Is a fresh op
portunity for breach of trust.
The 6'prtngtf'bf the older sin seem
to bo drying up. Our forced-draught
pace relloves us of the superabundance
of energy that demands an explosive
"The man who picks pockets with
rullway rebates, murders with an adul
teration instead of a bludgeon, burglar
izes with a 'rake off' instead of a Jim
my, does not feel on his brow the
brand of a malefactor.
"Tho shedder of blood oppressor of
the widow and fatherless long ago be
came odious; but the Intter day treach
eries fly no skull and cross bones at
"The qualities which differentiate
the primitive Bin nnd procure such In
dulgence are: modern sin is not re
pulsive, modern sin lacks the familial
tokens of guilt, modern sins are im
personal." Juniors Win.
In the first game of ball to decide
tho academic class championship yes
terday afternoon the Juniors defeated
the Seniors by a score of 6 to 3. After
the first inning the Seniors were blank
ed. The third inning proved lucky
for the Juniors, the score showing four
runs, for them In that inning.
The Juniors plnyed a steady game
all through, while the playing of tho
Seniors was erratic, especially in the
Tho features of the game were the
oneroan game of Captain Hyde, for
tho Seniors, and a one-hand catch by
Kyle for the Juniors. The score:
Juniors 2 0 4-0 0 0 6
Seniors 3 0 0 0 0 03
Batteries Seniors: Hyde and Key
ser; Juniors, McLaughlin and Hagen
slck. Oyster stew 25. cents at Cameron's
new restaurant, lis) South, 12th.
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