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Don't forget the track meet Friday-
Editor Dally Nebraskan:
We do not fe.el competent to ex
press an opinion on the address Riven
.In chapel Tuesday morning, but we
are certain that the action of certain
persons in the audience was very dis
courteous to say the least. The speak
er was our guest, and was giving an
address, by invitation. If those In the
audience could not agree with his
views they could have found ample
time to debate the matter after the
chapel- period,- Instead, of interrupting
him in the middle of his speech. As
a student who receives a great amount
of good from attending the chapel ex
ercises, and one who wishes Nebraska
to have a good standing throughout
this country. I protest against such
concrete subject In such an informal
manner as yesterday's address, there
can be no objections to ax Jew ques
tions, although these point In opposi
tion to the speaker's views. The stat
istician seemed very positive in stat
ing merits of systems, none of which
have yet been given an adequate trial.
Nevertheless, the talk was well organ
ized and should have been concluded
without such positive contradiction.
The very unsettled nature of the ques
tion should make an audience willing
to hear arguments for any side of the
case. It Is reported that after con
vocation was over those who had dis
puted with the speaker lefj. without
discussing the matter further. With
such a disposition toward visitors, Ne
braska cannot hope long to maintain
a reputation for courtesy.
The Senior play promises to be an
exceptionally good production this
year. The new Temple Theater and
the return of Miss Howell to the de
partment of Elocution have given con
siderable impetus to dramatic work
this winter and the material which
has been developed will largely com
pose the cast of the final production
of the year. This play is always one
of the main features of Graduation
week. Tt"is enjoyable "because a great
deal of effort Is expended in making
it a high class production and because
of the familiarity of the audience with
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Address: Dr. T. J. Riley, .
PHI ALPHA TAU'S INITIATE
Banquet at the Windsor in Honor of
The Phi Alpha Tau debating frater
nity held its final meeting for this
year last night at the Windsor Hotel.
Six new members were taken, In as
follows: George Wallace, Elmer Hills,
Stuart Dobbs, Guy Montgomery, H. W.
Potter and E. W. White. After the
initiation. jl iianaufit. was served -and
thoroughly enjoyed by those present.
About 9; 00 i). in. the toastmaster arose
and with a few remarks Introduced
Clyde McWhinney, who gave a short
history of the organization. A. C.
Hough made a strong plea for the
members who would be in school next
year to keep the fraternity upon a
as high a plane as it has been in the
past. E. W. White spoke for the new
members and amused all with his
stories. Guy Montgomery, another
one of the new members, gave a short
selection along his line, which was
probably the most enjoyable numbei
of the evening. Frank Bullta, Hugh.
Craig, Clement Waldron, Ralph Van
Orsdel and "Jack" Miller were also
called upon and gave short talks. A
business meeting was held before adjournment.
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treatment of a visitor, and sincerely
hope that It will never be repeated.
Considerable protest has been made
as to the action of some of the audi
ence at yesterday's convocation. The
address was by an expert statistician
on the subject of "Municipal Control
of Public Utilities!" The speaker took
rather a decided stand in favor of a
system of state commissions and dur
ing the course of his rather able argu
ment it was evident that some of his
hearers did not agree' with him by
shakes of the head and whispered re
marks made tb one another. The
speaker was finally Interrupted by a
question from a man on the front seat,
which he attempted to answer, but
was again Interupted by a second, wlTo
staged piat his remarks had been con
trary.,, to, an principles of political
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The school is affiliated with the
University of Missouri, but is located
in St. Louis. The work comprises one
academic year and is Intended primar
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There are available for the schqol
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rendered in original investigations pr
research. Applications for fellowships
must bo filed not later than July 15th.
I should be very glad to send you
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Jack Best wishes everyone to empty
his locker before leaving school. All
lockers not opened and cleaned out
before the close of school will be
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