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Vol; V. No. U J. UlsrifKi OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1906. Price 5 Cents
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"NEWORGANIZATION
WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA, NEBRAS
KA, ILLINOIS AND IOWA.
Debaters of the Five Largest State
Universities to Organize New
Debating League.
.xA now debating league, to be called
the Five Cornered Debating Club and
to be composed of tho Ave largeBt
ptato universities of tho West, Is to be
organized In, the near future Minne
sota, Illinois, and Iowa have already
signified their desire to enter into
such a compact as has Nebraska. The
only Institution not yet heard from is
r the University of Wisconsin.
The. formation of such a league was
proposed curly in the year when the
, , North Central Debating League, com
prised of Michigan, Minnesota, Chi
cago and Northwestern Universities,
was disbanded by the withdrawal, fori
financial reasons, of' Minnesota. At
'WKtho time of the organization of Pelta
iBpSigma Rho, the new debating froter-
nlty,, in Chicago last April tho matter
J was again taken up and discussed with
k the result that tho league will in all
i probability bo formed bofore tho close
.- of the present schooVyear. -
Similar ' organlzatibrisiia5". .already
- "?"ycenb
Eastern schools, in 190 uie coiunv
bia-CorneH-PorinBylvnnla ' Triangijtr
Debating League was formed. Brown,
- Dartmouth and Willla
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Vslmilar compact In 1
Indiana and Ohio la
There nlso,exlstB ri?
among tho colleges
tho withdrnwal"of
Gophers-frj
I tho North Central Debating
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mo universities oi iuicntpnnTv
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anu iNoiuiwuaiurii uuvuiwu u
.; similar-compact. In al
ngups
debates have been carri
sue-
- cessfully that there c.
; mere 'canp
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bo.llttlo doubt
but Uiat tho
Ivo Cornered
League will bo
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- i Tho. advantaees oi. sucli an-drn
tloa aro many. in the flrstp)a
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slmuitaneous debating of the
- que8tlira"at flvo different univorsltl
oe the same ovonlnjDanMOiolp but
aroHso. increased enthxmitMKramong
the- students of, those insluutlons.
Again tho necessity, of two- debating
teams, one to dofend the ncgatlvoTsldo
of" tho question abroad and tho other
tKo" aftlrmatlve at home, will give
aspirants more of a chance to win var
sity lienors than when only one team
is chosen, as. is often atho case omder
V the present system.
Tner.e wm niso ue n greaiec ten-
icy to give opponents' a fairer start
that tho question for debate will be
.'limbmittod to -all five universities at
the same time. A fourth and perhaps
most Important advantages of all is
the .offeejt such an organization will.
hvo upon the quality o dobates pro-
'duced. Since there will unquestion
ably be, keener,, competltion.amongthe
.caadldates for places oh, the teams and
Ukewlso more thdrourwkrnes yayi
Mkewlse more thorough drill given
taaeo teamstherb being a teanito
defead both sides of. the questlpa.
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PAN HELLENIC HOP
AUDITORIUM
MAY 25.
$2.00
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DR. LUCKEY TALKS AT CONVOCA
TION. Gives Valuable Suggestions to Will-be
Teachers.
One oC tho most Interesting as well,
as instructive, convocation addresses
of tho year was delivered by Dr.
Luckoy yesterday morning on "Tho
.Making of a Teacher." Dr. .Luckey
talked straight to tho point through
out" the entire lecture and every word
was one of sound, advice.
After discussing what qualities a
toachor ought- to possess In order
bo a successfuf pedagogue, Dr. Lu
gaye' a fow suggestions relative
development of those qualities:
The address, although mean
clpally for those students
plating teaching upon leaving theUnfr
verslty, was .well ntto'ndsjL. iiio lowe
.flwrheinfrimicticalirflliPrl"
Tho Hagenow String .Quartctwlll
play at conv'ocaU
y.
VgiMBfc'm;
loathe ,Linco
incoln and
ague teams will line up for
econd gaiafcofUuj serle3. Lin
mo opening gameyosierua
t 4-u, lsyior pitciuj
r the local team
akes theso camea of. sb;
erostisTiiio fact that Bender:
vin the Qmaha: Una. up, arid will bo'
Dikind the .Vat today. Bender's great
vork'inktbletlcs while In thUnivera-
ityvmaks him a goneralfavorlte, and
CMfstudlent wIlLriotlPQon forget hl
specttmilar football runsiof sixty and
7 m- "U
eventy yards, or his home runs on
o base "ball diamond. All the stu
nts are anxious to see Bender and
Bt, playing with -aprofesslonal team.-
Cadets to Be Inspected,.
nt 2:ft0 n. m. 'thfltTTnlvTirflUv
Bnrtullon ,of Cadets. will udMasne'ctod
)iy MajoK Mium of tho Ualfetl States
Army General Staff. Tho cadets are
to assemblo ,at 2 o'clock In tho armory
and prepare-for inspection and, reviost
oTTtho athletic field. All tho cadets
are excused from their clnsses from
2 until (.o'clock.
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All Cadets Vlio have paid up their subscrip
tion before May, ,27th will Nhave tjieir paper
delivered daily t cariip.
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Medical Convocation.
A special convocation of tho Collego
of Modlclno was 'held yestorday in Ne
braska Hall for tho purposo of Intrant
ducing to tho medical studentswe
Omaha members offiugf medlamrfac
ulty who are lntjndanejat tho
meeting of thoJZfateiMedkftl Assocla
tlon.
Dean WafflJunffoducedDr. Palmor
janwu
Flndley andfVrd7Twho addressed
tho students
Dr. Flndlekas but reccntlv lolnod
tho facultyjcpmlng from the Collego
edlclne.of tho University of'Chl-
feTmerly Rush Medical Colloce.
WlaKOlK. chair of gynecology and
bb8t,etrlcs In our own institution. Ho
Is,i:one of tho few lendors in his, lino
o-work and Nebraska is to bo con-.
grauunteu qiat uean wara wasfaoio
to" secure him as n member of the
corps'fcwedlcaMn-sn'ueiors; - " "
Tho nddress of Dr. Flndiavwa ono
of inspiration for. the sfBAati Ho
look up in detail IhoadaTages of
uie six?year courses onTereaS'iioro in
medical study nnd omphnslzeiKtho aTPI
solute necos8ityv.of n broad, strong
foundation in scientific and academic
empling technical
re of the studentbe
tesslonal success. f "1T
Ho looks forward to tho day wheaVa
ceilegodegreo for entrance and hospl
tiffeacperience for -jiSjplotion-bo re
qiUreclta grachMBhyslcInn or
surgeon. . - rsKaav
Dr. Flndloy is eiithrHSancl In
spires lifs-listeners withTinejSme
spirit of enthusiasm nnd ,loVo for the
profession, '
'Thcj lack of time proventod an nd
dress by Dr. Owen, but ho spoke a
few words in-why ofgyeetIng as this
Is tho first time ho Las' mot the Lin-
oo'ln students. ' Dr. Owen is a special
ist In cortal'n lines of stirgery, his su
periors bqlrig""hnrd to find, and his
chair 'is one of the strong ones in tb
faoulty. .
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Remember the Union 'Palladfan
pnttyjit the State Farm Friday even
Jingpiy 4tn
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Hill !mu&"3Qie desi
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TRACKMEN TRYOUT
MANY ARE OUT FOR PLACES ON
TRACK TEAM. '
Preliminaries on Saturday Wfll Settle
Pretty Definitely the Make Up of
Team Registration Hours.
The mori who tiro working coriBclpn-
tlously on the tracl and think that tliV
homo meet next Saturday will end
their chances for making tho team are
laboring under a false impression, for
on May 12 another meotwl.li bo held
;&n will bo picked In ad
to the wlnno'cB of'noxt.
tur-.
day's events for "theifMlnkoaoli
mf,
to bo held nt Mlnrtenpollsjpho 19th
of May. Regular try-ouislwlll bo hold
bofore each ihtot
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man gets a
frfir chance. Th
tho dppart-
mont wishes'
mim
o matorial to
work out
s--y
re, so as many
care o( without
team-work will
men as eg
rotardlhrft
be encouraf ejftokeop
up training.
The,HUarydopivrtm6nt wlir con
tinue to excuse those who show by -thgrtwork
thnr they hean bUBinesa,
nunlcs8 tho squad, becomes jia
wjfjdy no one will bo senlback to4,ho'
battalion.
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Tliplr hrovfivo meets in view at pros
Jnfeludlhgs thor try-out8".fcand' thiaS :- J
School-mcebon FotoayTnbf M-".. S;J
(Driti
High
will bo' hold on"Iay5, homo moot:
May 11 , High Schooinejbt;vMay 12,
yarsltytry-oyts; May 19, Minneapolis;
May 26, Kansas University, tcbehQl
on. tho varsity campus,
Tho following events make up tho
program for the preliminaries on May
5: I00vyard dash, 220 yard dash, 440,
880, mlhviwo milo, 120 and 220 hur
dies, running high jump, running, broad
ump, pole vault, shot put, hammor
and discus. "
Tho sprints and long dlstanqo .races
promise to bo the closest andmost
Interesting oientsof tho day and this
is especially truo of tho Jong distance
events, for a largo number of mon aro
'working on each of thom. Not for
many years has tho list of candidates
for tho two-mile run been so largo
and promising as it is this year and
this fact will mako the winner earn his
plnce and. -make the race interesting to
the spectator as well.
"The" most promising sprlersraro
Winters, Wallace, Craig, Smith,
Hughes and Coo, and among the-two-mll.ers
are Havens, Alden, Strom, Har
rison ami TnlM
All entries mu
be in at Dr. Clapp's
office by six o'clockrtonlght, Thursday)
May" 3, " I " . i
The registration off voters for tho
Athletic Board election began yester
day at 11 a. m. in, Dr. Clapp's office,
but Was changed from that place to
the registrar's office, where It will be
held, today and May 4 and 5, The
hours of registration were v also
changed and now It will be possible to
register 4from 16 12, as beforebut
in the af tern&qnf today and hereafter, '
the, registration board will sit from
3;30 tq 4:30; ;Those wisbing to regis;
ter are urged to come as early as o
slble la. order to avoid a" big rash oa
, the ckwlag day;, . V "." ' "
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