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Washington University. Ho wjta al
ternate on the team that debated
with Wisconsin in 190G and was n
lr.ember of the team which mot Wis
consin last April. He' was managing
editor of "The Cornhusker" Inst year.
Byron E. Yoder, 1908, of Topoka,
Ind. He was a member of the team
which debated the University of "T11T
nols Inst spring. During last year he
was business manager of "The Dally
Nebraskan." He is a member of tho
Delta UpBllon fraternity.
The Minnesota Debaters.
Algernon O. Colburn, 1908, is a
graduate of the South High school,
Minneapolis. Hg was a member of
the Forum debating team that won
tho Jacobs Prize Cup in 1905 and
of tho team ,'thnt defeated IoWa in
1906. He is a- member of the Dra
matic club, Delta Chi Law fraternity,
Delta Sigma Itho Honorary society,
and Is now managing editor of the
Minnesota Daily. Mr. Colburn Is an J
nthleto as Well as a debater, He was
sub tackle on thp '06 football team
and won the much-coveted "M" on tho
track team in 1905(
Harold .C Deerlng,-1908r was saluta
torian of JLhe '04 class in the 'Minneap
olis EaBt High school whore he also
served as a representative- of his
school in the state league dobates.
He tleh for first place In tho Fteah
Soph. contest for' -tho Dunwoody
Peavey prizes In oratory in, both hia
freshman and sophomore years and
won tho Peavey Debate Pr,lzo in his 1
sophomore year. He was also a mem
ber of the Forum Literary society
team that won the Jncobs Prize Cup
in debate in two succesBlvo years,
entered the Pillsbury oratorical con:
test in his Junior year and is now.. the
Minnesota representative In the Ham-
itlon oratorical contest. Mr. Deering
Is a senior academic and Is now serv
ing ad assistant to Dr, Robinson in the
economics department, is editor oT
the- Minnesota Magazine and secre
tary of the University debating boaTd.
Stanley B. Houck, 1908,, was also
salutatorian in the East High school,
class '03, and represented. that school
a? a winner of District Championship
In the state league. He won the
Jacobs Cup as a member of the
Fonum team In 1905r.4ind Is now the.
veteran intercollegiate debater -In the
University, having served against
Northwestern In '06, against Iowa in
'07 and is now entering his third con
test against Nebraska.- Ho waB a
member of tho '07 Gopher board, sec
rotary of tho University debating
bbaffl Muring the two 'years '06 ang
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The Nebraska Debaters.
William Ross King, 1908, of Osce
olauNeb. Mr. King was ji member
of the Nebraska team which debated
with the University oMlllnoIs at Ur
bana'HQst April. Ho Ib president of
the Nebraska chaptor of Phi Alpha
TaA, and a .member of Delta. Sigma
Tlho, (rfo honorary debate fraternity,
and of Dolta Tau Delta.
Clyde C. McWhluney, 1908, Law
1908, of Lincoln. Ho wvb .awarded one
of -the first-year scholarship prizes lu
tho Collego of Law last year; was- a
member of the debuting squad of
1005-1906, and was. an alternate on
the Nebraska- team which debated
with the University of Wisconsin
at Lincoln laBt April. Ho was tho
llrst president of the University
Forum which became a chapter Phi
Alpha Tau. He Is a member of tho
Phi Delta Phi fraternity.
Lawrenco J. Weaver, 1910, of Be
atrice, Neb. Ho represented the Be
atrice High school three years In
debates, was class orator and wou.I
he Crabtr.ee Forensic Prize. Ho was
a member of the University debating
sjjuad last year. He belongs to the
Alpha Theta Chi fraternity.
Ralph A. Van Orsdel, 1906, Law
1910, of Maxwell, Neb., alternate. He
was editor of "The Dallyfc Nobraskan"
n: 1905-1906 and was superintendent
of the Ohlbwa, Neb., schools last year.
He is a member of tho Alpha Theta
Chi, Phi (Delta, Phi, and Phi Alpha
Decisions in Fourteen Debates 8lnce
1. Nebraska-Colorado. College, 1902,
at Lincoln. Unanimous decision for
2. Nebraska-Kansast 1902, at .Lin
coln, i Unanimous decision 'for Ne
3. Nebraska-Missouri, i902, at Co
lumbia, Mo. Unanimous decision for
4. Nebraska-Kansas, 1903, at Law-
5. Nebraska-MisslourL lOOSnt Lin
coln. Unanimous decision for Ne
braska. 6. Nebraska-Kansas, 1904,' at Lin
coln. Unanimous decision for Ne
braska. 7. Nebraska-Washington, 1904, at
St. Louis. Unanimous decision for
8. Nebraska-Iowa, 1905, at Lincoln.
Unanimous decision for Nebraska.
9. Nebraska-Washington University,
1905, at Lincoln. Unanimous 'decision
10. Nebraska-Wisconsin, 1906, at
Madison.- Unanimous decision for
Wisconsin.. ,r " . . ,. -J
11. Nebrftska-jIscpnsIn, 196c", at
Liffcoln. TWO-Yotes" foOVIsconsIh. ;
12. -Nebraska-Illinois, 1906,aU-U
bana. Two votes for Illinois.
,13,. Nebraska-Iowa, 1907 at Lincoln.
Unanimous decision for Nebraska- ;
14. Nebraska-Minnesota, 1907, at
Minneapolis. Two votes for Minne
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