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Tiiosdny, 23 Music Rocltnl. Tcmplo
theater, 0:00 p. m. Mr. Guy
Tuosday, 23 Annual Poaco Program.
Judgo Lincoln Frost of Lincoln.
Hon. J. L. Webster of Omaha.
Wednesday, 24 Inter-cla'sB basket-ball
gamo, Bonlors vs. HophomorcB.
Frldny, 20 Intor-clasB basket-ball, Ju
niors vs. seniors.
Friday, 20 Social Problems and Their
Rolatlon to Public Health. Prof.
George E. Howard.
Friday, 20 Vosper sorvlco. Memo
rial Hall, 5:00 p. m. Chorus,
String and Vocal Quartet.
Saturday, 27 Intorclnss- basket-ball
gamo, sophomores vb. frcBhmen.
Saturday, 27 Students' Dobatlng
club. U. 106, 7:30 p. nt.
Komensky club. Tomplo Music
Hall, 8:00 p. m.
Friday, 2 "The Problem for Euro
peans In Colonizing tho Tropics,"
Dr. F. Crolghton Wellmnn of
Washington, D. C. Tomplo, 5:00
Tuesday, 2 "Lumbering In Washing
ton," E. G. Polleys. "Microscopic
Study of Wood," G. N. Lamb. N.
7 at 7:30 p. m.
Wodnesday, 3 Inter-class basket-ball
game, Juniors vs. frcBhmen.
Friday, 5 "Somo Aspects of tho H1b
tory and Geography of Dlseaso,"
Dr. H. B. Ward. University Tom
plo Theator, 5:00 p. m.
Friday, G Pershing Rifles' Hop. Fra
Friday, 5 Intor-clasB basket-ball
gamo, juniors vs. sophomoros.
Saturday, G Intor-clnsB basket-ball
game, freshmen vs. Bonlors.
Tuesday, 9 "Somo Principles of De
velopment," J. Caroll Knode.
Tuesday, 1G "Commercial Forest
Nurseries," L. O. Williams. N. 7
at 7:30 p. m.
Friday, 19 "How May tho Spread of
'Infectious Diseases Bo Prevent
ed?" Dr, II. II. Waltc. Temple,
5:00 p. m.
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TEAMS ARE CHOSEN
TRYOUT8 HAVE BEEN HELD FOR
MUCH ENTHUSIASM IS SHOWN
Final Championship Debate to Bo
Held on Phi Beta Kappa Day
With All the Ten O'Clock
With tho selection ycBtortlay of the
last of tho intorclnss debating teams,
the first stop townrds giving Nebras
ka n permanent system of Intorclnss
debates was brought to a successful
cIobo. It had been provided by the
Joint commltee of the different classea
that all tho class teams should be
chosen by the twenty-second of Feb
ruary and this regulation was lived
up to, as the last class to choose its
team, the freshman class, held their
try-outs last evening.
For tho first time In the history of
the school, lnterclnss debating has
been nclunlly put into practice. It
lias been started several times in the
jiast, but each time, either through
lack of enthusiasm or for some other
caiibo, tho plnnt of the enthusiasts
did not materialize.
Choice of Teams.
Tho teams which have been choson
to represent the different classes arc
aB rollowB: Senior toam, F. H.
Roinsch, Searle Davis, G. A. Preston,
Geovge Westovcr, alternate. Junior
team, John Alexander, R. E. Hnldor
son, J. A. Scotncy, Ralph Mosby, al
ternate. Sophomore tenm, A. M.
Hare, H. C. Hathaway, A. M. Oberrel
der, E. 11. Hahne, alternate. Fresh
man team, Verne Hntes, Clarence
Clark, D. M. Rogers nnd R. W. Gar
A plan Is now under consideration
by the lnterclass debating committee
whereby It will be possible to give
the different teams adequate represen
tation in the C&tnhusker. It has beon
felt by all those connected with tho
matter that some recognition should
be given the different teams for the
work which the debates will roqulra
$OO0OOO&OOOO O O
and tlio only method which has thus
far been considered which seems
feasible Is tho plan or Cornhusker
Arrangement of Debates.
Within the next three weeks the de
bates between the juniors and seniors
and the sophomores and freshmen
will be hold. After these are con-,
eluded the two winning teams will
then debate for tho championship,
using the government guarantee of
bank deposits as the question.
This flnnl InlorclnsB debate bids
fair to become each year ono of the
most Important of university func
tions. It will bo hold on Phi Beta
Kappa day, which Is tho last Tuosday
boforo tho spring vacation. All ton
o'clock clnsses will be dismissed and
tho two hours bofore noon will be de
voted to tho debnteand tho Phi Beta
Kappa announcements. TIUb year the
flnnl dobato will omo April 6th, as
tho Easter vacation commences "Wol
nosday, April 7th.
An active Interest in the success of
lnterclnns debating 1b being taken by
those In chnrge of Intercollegiate de
bating at the University of Nebraska
Proressor Fogg, head of. tho Rhetoric
department, Is onthusfastlc over the
outlook and declares that tho, new
plan meaiiB much for tho success of
Intercollegiate debating at Jebrnska.
Ho feols thnt a broader Interest in de
bating will bo developed In Ihb stu
dent bpdy and that an Invaluable
training will be given to those who
participate which will help them
'greatly when they cdme to enter tho
intercollegiate field. ' .
FAVORS CARNEGIE PEN8ION8.
Governor John Johnson 8igns the
Governor John A. Johnson favors
tho granting of pensions from tho
fund given by Andrew Carnegie to
state unLverslty retired professors.
He has just signed tho bill allowing
the state school of Minnesota to sharo
in tho benefits of the fund. By his
notion tho measure becomes a law and
tho teachers In tho northern school
will bo benefited thereby.
Tho bill in the Nebraska legislature
providing for a like ubo of tho funds
Is still In committee. A clever piece
of legislative trickery was tried Sat
urday afternoon whereby the oppo
nents of the bill sought to hoodwink
its friends into unwittingly subjecting
U to indefinite postponement. The at
tempt was unsuccessful, however, and
the measure is still In tho handB of
tho committee or the house. It will
probably como up for debate on the
Moor of the houue within a short time.
GOES TO NEW ORLEAN8 MEETING
Professor Barber to Attend Classical
Professor G. 13. Barber, head of the
Latin department, left Sunday after
noon for' New Orleans, where he will
attond the annual convention of tho
Classical Association of the Middle
West and South This association em
braces twenty-two states and com
prises representatives from all tho
leading colleges and universities of
the section covered. The convention
will listen to addfbsBCB on various
topics of Interest to tho Btudents of
the clnsslcal, Its work being of a gen
eral educational nature.
Professor Barber Is a charter mem
ber of the organization, having been
present at its inception several years
ago. He will not return to Lincoln
for at least one week. His classes
are meanwhile being cared for by
other instructois in the department.
All interested in tennis are urgently
requested to 'attend the meeting 'of
tho association. Wednesday, at 11
o'clock, In Brace hall. Plans for the
coming season will be discussed at
this meeting. All university students
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YOUNG & VAN TINE
I34 NORTH 13TII
Programs, Menus, In
are eligible to join the association
Ralph E. Weaverling, Manager.
The largest crowd which over at
tended a basket-ball game at Nobray
ka was at the second Minnesota-Nebraska
game last Saturday night.
Every seat was taken. This bIiowb
that tho interest in basket-ball at Ne
braska Is incronslng and the- game is
becoming an Important nart nt ntli.
letlcs at this Institution.
nt tho University yosterday. Mr.
White Is on his way to Oklahoma,
where ho Ib to bo married to Miss
Carrie Strong. Miss Strong 1b a for
mor university girl. March 4th Mr
and Mrs. White will sail from Now
York for Madras, India, whoro Mr.
White takeB up Y. M. C. A. work
Tho representatives of tho high
schools of tho state In tho interstate
debute league arc much In evidence
Iri both the university and city
libraries. Thoy seem to bo ardently
at work getting material for the com
ing debates. Tho question is "Com
pulsory Arbitration ( of Railroad
Strikes." For several' weeks to como,
beginning .next , Friday, debates nvo
to be hold all over the Btato In the
different divisions. The Nebraska Der
bating league was organized last year,
largoly through tho efforts of Profes
sor Fogg. Evory high school In th
state is eligible for membership with
the excoptlon of Omaha and Lincoln.
Fairbury won the debate laBt jjear.
Members of the intorclass debuting
committees aro requested to moot in
U, 106 today at one o'clock. The meet
ing is called for tho purpose of ar
ranging deflnlto dates for tho romnln
jipg debates. .
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