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ELOQUENCE TAKE8 PLACE.
CUSSTEAM IN WARNER CEOATE
Fourth Year Representatives Secure
a Unanimous Decision In the
First of the Inter-class
The senior-junior debate, tho first of
tho jntor-class debates, was hold lfiBt
cvonlng In Memorial hall. A. small
but Interested audlonco greoted tho
two toams, comprised by Mr. Renisch,
Mr. Preston nnd jUr. Davis for tlio
seniors and Mr. Haldorson, Mr. Alex
ander nnd Mr. Scotney for tho jun
iors. Dean Pordyco presided. Tho
Judges woro Prof. Ford, Mr. Hend
ricks and Mr. Oborlles, and tho de
cision was rendered unanimously in
favor of tho afTirmativo.
Mr. Itenisoh opened for tho seniors,
outlining their system, which wns tho
Meyer plan. Ho declared that tho
parcols post was sound in theory and
that in this way tho common evils
now existing would bo remedied. Mr.
Relnsch gave a very pleasing presen
tation, of their case nnd clearly de
veloped liis points.
Mr. Scotney led for the Juniors.
Ho declared tho burden of proof Iny
with the alllrmntlvo.. Ho at once ques
tioned tho right of tho government
to undertnko this proposed function.
Ho Bhowod also that tho parcols post
was In effect, class legislation. Ho
denounced the European exnmplo be
cause of the vast difference of con
ditions existing there nnd in the Unit
qu States. Our government was
founded on tho thoory of fostorlng
private enterprise. The parcels post
Is nn entering wedge which may as
sume groat, proportions.
The second affirmative speech was
mndo by Mr. Preston. Ho attempted
to clear the atmosnhero of sonm Him.
pqsed misunderstandings. Ho showed
some of the tendencies of present
conditions to buy In. larger towns.
where tho stock is Inrge. Also tho
inability of tho country morchnnts to
servo tho people
Pm Haldorson devotor his ntten-
t . r n
'U!; iMTVUITIII - YOUNG & VAN TINE
tlon to rebuttal.
It was shown that tho retailers
wore gonorally ngalnst tho pnrcelB
post. It can not bo an economic ben-
oflt to tho country, for It will not pay
for Itself. Tho first-class mall is
profitable, for tho government has a
monopoly, but in this caso tho gov-
ornmept will be subject to competi
tion; and also groat oxnenso will be
incurred, which must bo reckoned In
tho qost, Bjnco tho government will
got tho bulk of long hauls. The
presont deficit is very largo. The so
cial' advantages were declared to bo
AlvortiBomenta for the want ad
Column should bo left fit tho tiiiRlnaciii
office, basement Administration Bids;.,
uotweon io a, m. and 12 m., or be-
iween v p. m. ana o p. in. "
Ca8h must' accomoahv all ordara for'
want ads, at thefato of 10 cents per
insertion tor every fifteen words or
traction thereof for tho first inser
tion; three Insertions 25 cents; five
insertions 40 cents.
FOR SALE A now high-grade bl
oyclo at 25, per cent discount. Inquire
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LOST AND FOUND.
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ward, for "return to, Nobraskan office,
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, Any student desiring to' make good,"
money during summer vacation write
to Y. R. 0, Station Ar 117-104-3t
61 much, greater .benefit than n'mero
fYnaribfnrconSldcratlo . - j
Ithoro .would1 bV h"o -J (fiacrhnlhatlon
ftgalhst f ho 'retailor.' Thbyparcols popt
is right In theory, for it is merely an
extension of presont system. It wll
offect a saying bt dmo'ahd money to
tho farmers, By making the farm
more attractive tho flow of population
to tho city will bo checked. There Is
a great demand for tho parcels post
or else It would riot tierslst In atnvlhir
before the' people as a Id'cMntlvo-
It was argued by Mr. Alexander?
that It was not a function of the gov
ernment lo 'undertake to become, a
general distributing agent. Again
tho present facilities arc altogefuer.
Inadequate to justify any great in
crease of postal business. A com
petitive warfaro will result if the gov
ernment undertakes any thing of this
kind. Tho truth is that the govern
ment will, by entering into tho trans
portntion business, eliminate the re
tailer and Jobber for the benefit of tho
mail order h'ouBes. "It is abBurd leg'
islatlon, nnd surely congress will not
pasB such an act." It Is emphatically
not the function of the government
to undertake such Work.
In tho rebuttal speeches the same
general ar-gumonts wore threshed out
Tho opposing tenniB mot each other
on very even grounds; and tho debate
was closely contested throughout.
Tho freshman-sophomore debate
will be held Saturday evening in Me
morial hall, and tho parcels post ques
tion will bo again debated.
MORNING 8IDE ON' LIST . '
(Continued from Pago 1)
enough to competo with tho univer
sity. - '
Two Year3 Ago.
Two years ago the Nebraska fresh
men tonra came, to Sioux City and
succocded In dofoating Morning Side
by a bare nirirgln of 2 v points, tho
locals being In the lend up to the re
lay. . And that Nebraska team was
reinforced by seven men who came
to Sioux City from St. Paul, where.
as regular members of tho ' 'varsity
Bquad, they had taken part in a dual
meet between Nebraska and Minnesota
sfato universities, in which the Ne
brnskans were victorg.
So well was tho Nebraska team
treated that the cornhuskpr nthleteB
U NORTH HTH
Programs, Menus, In
havo used their Influence for addi
tional contests with the Sioux .City
school and tho dual meot is the re
sult. Nebraska, with a woalth of ttraterlql,
will likely havo tho strongest track
team of all tho western unjversitles,
this year. Dr. Clapp has at his com
mnnd a wealth of veteran material
and the former Yale man has alwnyB
boon able to turn out good teams
with only modlocro material. This
year tho cofnhiiskers are looking for
a world beating Jonra.
It Is likejy the May dual meet will
result in other and more friendly re
lations between "the two institutions,
HAPPENING pf THE PAST.
Seven Years A90
Professor Wilson of the law,.co!oge
predicted that'8o6rinn international
arbitration court would "be "established
to sottlo disputes. ; "'' "
Six -Years. Ago.
An attempt jto fill vacancies occur
ring , on an intercollegiate debating'
team caused charges of unfair play
to be nVade and several prominent de
baters threatened to withdraw en
Five Years Ago.
Three men cuter contest for tho
Rhodes scholarship-from the Univer
sity of Nebraska but hone wore suc
cessful in being chosep. ,
Npbrasknn board made a, protest
ngalnst tho actlcnv, of thq, junior law
students , in attempting. to revive the
senior law book. ' .
pie Yar Ago." ,
Miss Howell grivq,, a dramatic re
cital In the Templo. .'
i Pmtr for r, JL , Te for1
TWO SEASONS .Jfy 2Se, "
Imitated fn shape', but tho "Pat
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