The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 10, 1907, Image 1
w liuk Ibe SDatlv flebraekan Vol. VII. No. 52. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, i90l. Price 5 Cents. V v ; f r- Jf ( 14 , Wfcr f" H JUDGE SELECTED THIRD JUDGE FOR NEBRASKA IOWA DEBATE CHOSEN. Nebraska Team Will Leave for Min nesota Next Wednesday Afternoon Mr. Bryan to Preside Here. From present indications the dobnto next Friday ovcnlng will have a-record" Breaking attendance., inose in cnargo ostimnto that at least a thousand peo ple will bo present, which Is an In crease ot several hundred over the at tendance of last year. All 11Tc seats oh the main floor and the first row In the balcony havo been reserved nrid are selling very rapidly. Tho Davis son Literary Society at the State Farm has broken all rocords by sending In. In orddr for 104 scats. The Union and Palladlan Societies have ' ad- i" 4? -faiyj f hy " ;$, Ski . W Cl 1 . - fc,' " f THE TEAM THAT Journed tholr regular- Friday evening meetings and will attend tho debate In force. Orders for Beats aTo dally being received from different high Bchooia of tho stato who wish to havo representatives at' tho debate. -The-ttilrd- judge fpp-the NobFaka-Uor Iowa dobato. who has Just been chos en, Is Professor Isador 1.00b Ph. D of tho University of Missouri. Pro fessor Loeb has been prominently co'nnected with debating at the UnU ver.slty of Missouri for several years and Is in overy way flttod to make an excellent Judge. Ho Is tho pro fessor (of Political Science, and one of the most prominent men In the v Uulvul'Bliy. jrU6" third judge for the InnoflotaJNcbraaka . , flgltnicliuB PH yet been chosen The press this year has been tak ing moro than, usual notice of tho , work dono in debating nt tho Univer sity of Nobrasko. In last Sunday's Omaha Boo tho pictures r Iho iie braskn, 'debaters "wwre given togolher wlttfalonEiaccountJofUio growth of debating at Nebraska. Tho pictures 'of Iho debaters 4w.er6 also published . , (Continued on page 3.) RHODES' SCHEME. Statement Shoeing Number of Schol are Issued. , A statement of tho Ithodcs scholars and of tho enti'c iUiodes scheme, hns Just been Issued by tho Rhodes trust, embracing a complete ropoit of the scholars now In rosldence nt Oxford. At tho beginning of tho October term, 1907, thoro woro 157 In actual resi dence and three absent on account, ot Illness. In lflOG, 28 now 'scholars wore oloctcd from different parts of the world, but none (rom the United States. Jn 1007, however, of tho soy. onty-throe elected. for-ty-flv vorc from- the UnirctT'Stntes. and tho re minder -from Australia, Canada, South Africa, Newfoundland and Ger many. Tho students nre distributed over various departments of study, tho largest number In any due courso bo Ing thirty In Jurisprudence Thoro arc twenty In nntural science eigh teen In Bngllsh literature, theology mathematics and modern languages. At the close of tho year of I00G-7, tho group of scholars elected fh 1004 completed their three-year courso. THE NEBRASKA -DEBATERS " -sassriRTiv-;:; :,.",: ,. IV I'l'ih ,' .. WILL MEET MINNESOTA AT MINNEAPOLIS W. R. KINO R. A. VAN ORSDEL Of tho seventy-three in this group, two died during resldonce, several contin ued their work, sovoral woro unablo to tlnla.li and tho remainder took tho examinations, receiving honors In tho final honor schools an dexamlnntlons tho IJ l-d.ogro first, second. third and fourth classes) diplomas In economics; D, literature dogreo, and Jn forestry. Six Rhodes scholars, all South Africans, played on" tho rugby foot ball team, and W. W. Hosklns, one of them, wrfs elected captain of tho 1907-8 team. The next qualifying oxamlnntlon will lin hold nn'thn 21st nnil 22nd of Jmrnary ," 1908rTrt.tho vnrlumr-ccnterB,' "'""' throughout tho United States, and nTTm'OiooToTgfioTnTPtrrcrrctITaTB of Information - concerning tho scholarships may bo obtained on ap plication to the ofneo of tho truBt, Soymour House, Waterloo pla6o, Ixindonr Prof. Samuel Avory speaks this morning at Convocation on tho sub ject: "The Chemist and his rotation to tho public' SENIORS PLAY. Masquerade Friday. Evening a Big 8ocal Success. Tho Senior masquerade Friday night was the most unique affair that hns been held nt the 'University this year. Tho costuming was. elaborate, all disguises being excellent Cow boy glrlH, cavnllors and wltrhoH, country aunts and Turkish seers wero mingled together In a vnrl-col-ored medley. The prl7.es for costumy wont ' Maud Couituri tlnrTountry Aunt; -Ulnldrittr Denny and Lnurn Rhodes, the Insepernblo Witches; Beth Hus ton, tho Lady of Ixmg Ago; (lien Mnson, the Moorish pi rate; and Uy- ron Eaton as George Washington. Somo of tho cowboy and tramp cos tumes were excellent, Hud Uergqulst made a hit ns Hans Chermnny. Prof. Iiwronco Fossler returned from Codnr Rapids, Iown, Buncfiy whero ho attended tho funeral of tho lato I'rof. o. I). Ilrbek on Friday, The attendance nt the funeral was very largo and the tloral offerings pro fuse. TL ?- .fr? - vLmL' V - , . ' . .' tjuv" .- ..laaBta -, f"' r .i -( , -- '"T . ' "iJmiamrii--T'tt' i Wi'ii,'" .-.. UK., r:,--Jm iiiiiii T . ' JB vi ' IV ?; - y L. J. WEAVER C. C. McWHINNEY ANOTHER BANQUET. Football Men to Be Feasted by Man ager of Windsor. The manager of the Windsor hotel will banquet the football men who wqro on the training table this fall. Tho feast will be given at tho Wind sor Tuesday evening, Decembor 17th. Tho training tablo was maintained At the Windsor hotel this fall and Mr. A, D. Calkins, manager of tho popular hostelcry, is tendering this banquet to tho Cornhuskers to show his appreciation of tho brilliant record thoy made this season. ' T- ?he annual Gorohuske bannuo will bq held at tlrq Lincoln Saturday, eemi)entn. '-' i---- The best oyster slew ln-lho city Is Jhnt served at The Boston Lunch. Try It j Discount on nil Shoes, 'Sanderson's Sale, "Pete" Edgorton, '07,Jia8 gone to Omaha. ELEVATING STAGE BENNETT 8AY8 BEST MEANS REeT WITH UNIVERSITIES. Critic Believes That Only by a" Crea tion of aT.rafnd PI ay-going Body Can S'tage be Improved. JamoH O'Dnnnoll Honnott. drnmatlc Crltle of the Hecord-llej;ald. lecturing InThlcngo last week on "How" to See n Piny," stated that If tho stago of today Is to be uplifted, tho best means of doing so Hoh In the colleges and universities ot the country. 'Noth ing," ho Hays, "Is to bo expocted from the stago managers, who will respond only to the dollar bill. Their excuse Is voiced 'In the cry, 'Wo glvo 'em wh.nt.Jhoy want.'- In a way thoy sponk tho truth. It is bocauso tho average standard of what a play should bo s so ,3 ..fti " 'V.i ML. . !?. i.i?.;,.".; TWAftrrrsffM WV: il,' iw.ifcj"-1- FRIDAY EVENING low that wo who asplro to better things must work for them diligently All this Joy and Interest In the drama, all this beautiful enthusiasm must not re mntn misunderstood or rather under rated. " J "It Is only by the crcntlun. of a trained play-going body that tho stage may bo Improved. In "a. democracy, reform never comes from long-organ-(zed-Institutions, but must orlglnato in a small, newly-formed group, and bo tho JLheatra will bo reformed through presentations, often faulty, always worthy, in small halls and on out of tho way platforms. The ridiculous" complaint of tho tired business man, 'Httj oBinffnomjuTfir-TrfrToaT-irror THUBr" gjyo way to the c?.rgaitorR0.0!.Sou.nL nut -uuiiiuiuuu uuviuuit, uuu kiuui vib- dom which Is voiced In tho cry, 'Iot ub learn how to live: "Tho collegian . Is apt to adopta" sncrclllou8 attitude Joward modern productions. It Is only' by careful, lov ing, diplomatic work thattho play house can bo reformed. If you refuse altogether to sympathize with the crowd, tho crowd will novor sympa- HJonunuea on t'ago i.) y . s r V '