The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 24, 1906, Image 1
SEB A A -4 . tlbe 3aih IFlebraekan Vol.V. No.J05, UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY. APRIL 24, 1906$ Ptice 5 Cents smi"- VtK-v$sig&nr'p . FV DEBATORS HOME DEBATING TEAM ARRIVED HOME LA8T NIGHT. Badgers Treat Cornhuskers Well The Dally Cardinal 8peaks Very Highly of Varsity's Work. Students and members of the fac ulty, accompanied by the University Cadet Band, which Captain Worklzor dismissed for the purpose, wore at the Burlington station at 5:30 last even ing to givo a warm welcome homo to the University's debating team that onet Wisconsin at Madison on Friday evenlnR. but the team didn't come. Marvin stopped over at .Madison and Chicago a "day, Sundorlln went to his homo , at Clinton, Iowa, andHough 5a,rae by another route. The only inomber of the Cornhusker party tb,e.re to be received was Clement L. Waldran, who, in Professor Fogg's, place, accompanied the team. Mr. Waldron speaks very highly of the cordial treatment the team re ceived at Wisconsin. Ho says the badgers declared Mlt was the warmest debate they'd seen in years." The debate was won by Wisconsin, WaWron says,vby superior delivery. Although they liad thresnod the ques tion out for some ihwe-quarters of a year before, they sent ibto Nebraska and one member f the team was In the society debate on the queBtionlast December, the Nebraska team, haan three months masterejl the subject as thoroughly as had the Badgers, If not more so. In rebuttal Nebraska was superior, in Waldron's opinion. Wis consln's caBe was In finely polished, sot form, whereas the' Nebraska team didn't get ltB case drawn together finally until the morning of the debate. "To our certain knowledge there has not been so Interesting a contest held here In many years," Is the ver dict of Wisconsin, as voiced in Tho Dally Cardinal, on tho debate with "Nebraska. Tho University of Nebras ka, up to Friday eevnlng, had succeed ed In winning nine successive debates, and Wisconsin haB good reason to glory in tho fact that It was able to win" from so powerful a debating foe. "Nebraska, by this contest, has-suc-ceeded in breaking Into the Big Four, and wo hope that wo may be able to meet them In a contest 'in tlys future with a 'team aa-worthy of our stoolus the one which fought us so well last evening." The Cardinal In its news column states that tho debate was "one of tho warmest over witnessed In Library Hall The Corn huskers were given a rousing welcome and were cheered throughout the even ing." Tho team was banquetted on Satur day by tho honorary debate society, the JPhi Alpha, Tau, which Wisconsin's debaters and alumni attended. A. C. Hough rosponded to tho toast "Inter collegiate Relations in Debating"; Earl M. Marvin, "If We Were the Faculty," and Charles A. Sundorlln, "Alma Matei" This debate ends the work of the Interstate debating squad. ,Tho men have worked hard for tho past ten QCXXXXXXXX)OOOOOOOOOOOCXXXX3 B A S TODAY, Bryan ites vs. Varsity ANTELOPE PARK OC)CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)OCOCXDOCOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDl weeks and aro surely deserving of much credit for tho work they have done. FOOTBALL PRACTICE. Many Candidates Are Out for Places on" the Team. The football squad is so far worked out that last night two teams were picked and worked at the scrimmage. Between twenty and thirty men aro trying out and the captain wants mere men. From tho material now at hand the following men are showing up to advantage In the following positions; Center, Wllke and Harvey; guards, Taylor and Rico; taclkes, Cotton, Bow ers, Harvey, Porrln, Miller, Matters and Overman; ends, Branson, Hlldo brand; quarterback, Benedict, Drain and "Pip" Cooke; fullback, Mason, Craig and Branson; halves, Little, Smith and Flannagan. Nebraska High 8chool Day. x. ,: : ; , .:.. neia j? i:iuay iay xx. iv uirgo uuou danceisalready assured. Tho purpose nt thin ilrtv In tn nffnr tn nfTIolnln nnd Students of Nebraska -nigh schools an opportunity to visit tho University and Inspect Its equipment. In connection with this day the Nebraska Ihtor scholastlc Athletic Association will hold their regular field meet In tho afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho Nebraska Interscholastic debate will also bo held at this time and the Schoolmas ters' Club will meet In tho evening. Reduced rates have been granted on all roads for all points within 100 miles of Lincoln. Fraternity Games. Games. W. L. P.C. Delta Upsllon.... 110 1000 Alpha Theta Chi. 1 1 0 1000 Phi Gamma-Delta 1 1.0- 1000 Delta Tau Delta, 1 1 0 1000 Alpha Tau Omega 10 1' .000 Sigma Chi 1 0 1 .000 Beta Theta Pi... 2 -0 2 . .000 Come In and have lunch at tho Unl Dining Hall. CXXXXXXXXXXXDOOOCXXXXXXXXXDOCOCOCOCOCXXXXXXXXXDCOC)COO BAND INFORMAL r JVVEVIOR1AL HALL SATURDAY, APRIL && jr nine f. m. 8 55 Piece Orchestra. TIcRote SOc q BJLriri 3:15 P DR. LOWRY ON 8TEPHEN PHILIP8. Fourth Number of he "Modern Drama tists" Series Given at Convocation. Boforo ono of tho smallest audiences In tho hlBtory of University convoca tions, Dr. Lowry delivered tho fourth lecture of the "Modern Dramatists" series on Stephen Philipps at convo cation yestorday. While not exactly of a popular nature, Dr. Lowry's sub ject was one which morltod much greater attention from tho students of this institution than it received. Stephen Philipps, said Dr. Lowry, Is ono of the very few successful modern blank verso poets. Ho Is lauded in press reviews, in literary magazines and by the foremost literary critics as being a poet of high quality, ranking Ux many respects with Byron, Milton, Keats and Wordsworth. As a dramatist, however, Dr. Lowry very frankly branded Mr. Philipps a failure. HIb plays, although good in spots, have never proved' successful with the public, oven his lateajLnnd In some respects best pleco,Nero," hav ing failed when submitted to that cri terion. This is explained In a number Qf ways. In the first place, Mr. Philipps' plays are classical both in material and Inspiration, Hence, they appeal but slightly to tho modern audience, whoso tastes havojjeon greatly evolu tionized since tho days of Nero and his Grecian neighbors. Another reason for tho failure of bis plays is tho fact that they are not constructed accord ing to tho laws of dramatic art. They allow too much time to elapse between the climax and denouement, and, most fatally of all, contain practically no manifestation of will-power, the funda mental principle of all tragedy. The next lecture of the series will bo given by -Mr. Ford on Arthur Wing Plnero, Monday. A picture of "a group is one thins, and a group portrait another. Town "sond makes tho lattdr. Studio, 226 South Eleventh street. Ma p SCHEDULE OF TRIP EA8TERN 8CHEDULE COMPLETE FOR BA8EBALL TRIP. Manager Eager Will Leave With the Tam on Friday Two Weeks' Trip Bryanltes Today. 11 vl At 2 p. m. on Friday, April 27th, tho bunch leaves over tho Burlington for Ames, Iowa, whore thoy will play tplr first game of tho oastorn sohedulo with tho Iowa State Agricultural Col lego on Saturday, April 28. Tho soc ond gamo will also bo at Ames with tho same school on Monday, tho 30th. May 1st thoy play Grlnnoll Collogo at Grinnoll, la., and this gamo will bo followed by ono at Iowa City with Iowa ' State University on Wodnosday, May 2. On tho following day tho team will bo in Gnlosburg, III., for a gamo with Knox Collogo. Mny 4 Is at present an open dato and on May 5 Purdue will bp takon on at Lafayotto, Indiana. In- d.(ana State Is ln lino for tho noxt gamo, which will bo played at Bloonf lngton on May 7. After tho Bloomlngton gamo Bagor will toko 'em back to Illinois and. will meet Jaq. Mllllken University team, o Decatur on May 8, which gamo will bo followed by another state university game, namely, ono with Illinois Stato at Ohampagno on the 0 th of May. Wa bash College at Crqwfords, 111., will got theirs, on the 10th, and this, brings, us to tho Notro Damo mix-up at South Bond, Ind., and from thonco thoy take a long Jump and land in Omaha for the final game of the schodulo, which will bo played with Crclghton College on May 12th. A(tor a few. days' rest at homo, they will Interest tho fanB with a pair of return games and Kansas University will bo their opponents. Theso two ' games will bo played on the campus, May 18 and 19, and will doubtless' bring out a llkoly bunch of "rooters." Tho closing gamo of tho season will bo a roturn game on tho campus with Crclghton Collogo and it will bo played on Juno 2nd. Ono more gamo with tho Bryanltes at Antelopo Park this aftornoon and tho baseball team Is off lor tho east. Tho gamo with tho League yesterday proved to be a victory, for tho city team by a gcoro of 5 to 3, Festival Chorus. . i s Tlie Festival Chorus, which is to give "Olaf Trygvasson" with the Theo dore Thomas Orchestra, May 21-22, meets Monday evening at 8 o'clock and Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 o'clock. This Is tho last week for members outside tho University to join the chorus. Regular attendance is Im perative. All Interested in this great musical project are cordially invited to becomo members. Dean Ringer, '03, law '05, was a University, guest yesterday. Dean is s practicing law ' in South Omaha at ' present Have you seen the new effects pro- duced la photography by Tbwnsond- al si LI SJ -4 W r & 1 & 'v f -4 JJ i t fc&sfr&l&ft .y.