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Tho members of tho Students' De
bating Club will hold tholr regular
weekly mooting 8aturday ovonlng
May 1. Tho following questions' will
bo debated: "RosoWod, That tho
closod shops are detrimental to Amer
ican labor." Tho affirmative will be
uphold by Bryan and FoBtor, and the
negntlvo by Curtis and Morgan.
Tho freshman law class held a
mooting Tuosday morning to dlBcuss
tho plan of having somo form of on
tortalnment to bo given by tho fresh
man laws. Committees woro appoint
ed to look up Bomo forms of enter
tainment and will report at a moot
ing of tho class on Thursday morn
ing, when doflnlto arrangements will
bo mado. ,
Professor Eamos of tho sociology do
pnrtmont was in Omaha a fow days
last wcok In tho Interests of tho Set
tloroont Ascsoclatlon. Saturday she
was a guost of tho apsoclation at lun
chbon, and gavo a short talk regarding
social work. On May 20 Professor
Eamos 1b to give a locturo In Omaha
on "Now York Tenement Houso Re
forms." Tho sociology dopartmont of
tho university of Nebraska Is rapidly
coming in closo touch wit htho Boclal
conditions of Omaha and hopes In tho
futuro to do much valuable work at
Charles T. Knapp lectured to the
Collogo of Law studonts In N 309,
Monday ovonlng, on tho subject of
I'Tho Relation of Law to tho Real
Estate Buslnoss." Mr. Knapp Is a
graduato of tho University of Ne
braska and is now engaged in a sue-
pessful roal CBtnto business In this
pity. Ho gavo somo very Interesting
points which ho bad loarnod in tho
couruc of hlB business during itho
past six yoara. Ho warned tho future
lawyers against tho negilgenc of cor
taiu things in tho transfer of prop-
orty and tho examination of deeds and
titles. A largo numbor of tho stu
donts of the Law Collogo attended.
UNIVER8ITY 18 COMPLIMENTED
Prof. Flexner Likes System of Col
lego of Medicine.
At a luncheon tendered Professor
Floxnor, who has boon inspecting tho
university collego of medicine on bo
half of 'tho Carnegie Foundation for
tho Advancement of Teaching, by
Doan H. B. Ward, tho visiting pro
foBuor highly commended tho work of
tho Nebraska Bchool.
Ho spoko voluntarily to Chancellor
Avery and others presont In commen
dation of tho strong foundations which
had been laid hero for a medical col
lege, commenting upon tho balanco of
tho course, tho thoroughness of the
work, tho earnestness of tho students,
nnd tho evidently good resultB
achieved. Ho expressed the hope
that the collogo might rocelvo bettor
quarters and that tho hea,ds of de
partments might bo given more as
sistants to relievo thorn of the unduly
heavy burden involved In preparing
material for class ubc Ho congratu
lated tho collego upon tho vote of tho
legislature which assures a suitable
campus In Omaha and urged that the
clinical work should bo further de
veloped along tho Hno of thoGermnn
schools, which by virtue of soveral
centuries of experience havo perfect
ed medical education to a dogreo un
Mr. Floxnor warmly praised tho in
dividual teaching in laboratory and
clinic, and certain other details In tho
methods employed which he said
could not be found olsowhero west of
tho Alleghany mountains. He urged
that tho college continue to placo ltB
emphasis upon Jtho quality of work
and await confidently the general
recognition which It would be sure to
win, if the present policy was main
talned. In tho opinion of Mr. Flex
ner tho medical schools of tho countrj
will ultimately bo reduced to one
tenth of tholr presont numbor. . H(
was confident that Nebraska .had al
In all the best school in tho west. Mr
?loxner loft last night for Denver an
the Pacific coast and boforo his retun
to New York will havo visited over
medical school In the United Statei
AT THE PLAYHOUSE.
Musical numbers predominate a
strong bill at, tho Majostlc this wcok.
In tho hoadllnor, "Tho Twin Flats," a
catchy llttlo song is Introducod and
makos a hit at oach performance
This playlet, featuring Charles B.
Ward, an eccentric comedian, Is ox
trpmoly amusing. Alice Ward, as
Mabel Whlto, has a winsome way
about her that makes her acting
above tho par of most vaudeville com
Elizabeth M. Murray , singing
Irish and nogro character songs,
Bcorod several times at tho opening
performance this week and was only
allowed to rotlro after she had an
swered at least four encores. She Is
a singer worth hearing.
The Volunteer Pianist" Is a novel
sketch combining music and comedy.
It is presented by Foster and Fostor,
the long and tho short of the family.
The short rathor has It on the long
and makes a decldod ton-strlko with
Klkuda, Japaneso Juggler, Is skill
ful In doing tricks, with small things.
Ho is so good that at' his Initial ap
pearance ho was given much ap
plause Othor good numbors on tho bill aro:
Ames and Corbett, drum dancers;
Nonetto, violinist and soloist; and
Ralph Johnstono, cycllBt. Johnstone's
leaping stunts aro something "differ
ent" and aro dangerous for tho cyc
list GAVE GRADUATION RECITAL
Miss McFarlane 'Entertained Audience
At the Templo thoatro lost ovonlng
Miss Ethel McFarlano of tho School
of Music gavo hor graduation rocltal
boforo an audlonco of friends and
muslc-lovors. Tho program showed a
variety of ability and the numbers
were brilliantly oxocuted.
Following 1b tho program:
Weber Sonata, A Flat Major, Op
39, No. 2. Allegro modorato. Andante.
Monuetto caprlccloso. Presto nasal.
Ohopln Schorzo, B flat minor, Op.
Mac Dowell Sea Piece, Op. GB, No.
Stojowskl Solitude, Op. 24, No. 1.
Schutt Humoreaque, F minor, Op.
20, No. 1.
Donizetti Andante Rlnalo, from
"Lucia." (Arranged for loft hand by
Mo8zshowski Concerto, E major,
Op. 59. Modorato. Andante. Schorzo,
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EIGHT WILL CONTEST
LAW ORATORICAL CONTEST TO
BE MAY 13TH.
COMPLETED SPEECHES NOW IN
FIR8T JUDGED ACCORDING TO
THOUGHT AND ENGLI8H.
Two Prizes, One of Thirty-five Dollars
and One of Fifteen Dollars
' Offered to the Winning
It was announced last, ovonlng by
Doan Costlgan of tho law school that
the contest for tho law oratorical
prlzo will bo hold on tho ovening of
May 13, In tho music room of tho
Tomplo. This announcement waa
mado Immediately after tho nrrango
raonts had boon completed for secur
ing tho hall for that ovonlng. Tho
attempt was mado to secure tho con-
vocation hour for tho contost, but It
waB found to bo Impossible.
Eight contestants will participate.
The names of thoso havo not been
announced ofllcially, but soveral havo
declared tholr intention of participat
ing. Thoy aro R. W. Bates, H. B.
Dixon, Calvin Emory, Louis Gregory,
D. C. Long, H. C. Robertson and A. B.
Warren. Tho judges for tho cont6st
havo not yot been chosen.
All of tho candidates havo handod
In tholr completed orations, which
will now bo submitted to the Judges.
Thoy will be corrected nnd graded
according to tholr oxcollenco In
rhetoric after which thoy will bo re
turned to tho men. Tho olght partici
pants will then deliver the orations
on May 13, whon their oxcollenco in
oratory will bo graded. Tho first and
second plnccB will bo awarded to the
contestants having -tho highest and
next highest rating as shown by tho
addition of tho two grades.
A flrBt prlzo of $35.00 and a second
prlo of $1B.OO aro offered to tho win
ners of first and second places in tho
contest. There will bo six judges
threo of whom will grade tho written
orations as to thought, English com
position arrangeniont, and three of
whom will judge tho contest itself as
to effectiveness in thought, arrange
ment and dollvery.
Tho subjects of tho orations hand
ed In aro not mado public but there
is ovory probability that thoy will
cover a wide field. Tho participants
aro not confined to any sot Bubjoct,
but may write upon any topic which
1b approved by the faculty of tho
Collego of Law or by a committee
having chargo of thlB matter. This
oratorical contest, while hold by tho
Collego of Law, Is open to all regular
students of the Collogo of Medlclo,
and to Juniors in the Collego of Liter
ature, 'Science and tho Arts, and tho
COURSE CONTINUE8 TO PLEA8E
Practitioners' Review Work Is Again
With nearly a scoro or physicians
taking tho regular work for the sec
ond day tho Practitioners' revlow
course being conducted this week by
tho modlcal collego 1b a pronounced
success. Tho viBlting physicians aro
well pleased with tho work bojng
shown them and tho collogo faculty
aro gratified at tho results of tho
couvso this year offered for tho sec
ond time In tho history of the collego
Yesterday thofo woro throe classes
for tho practltlonors. In tho morning
Dr. Charles W. M. Poynter1 conducted
a class of Instruction and demonstra
tion In the anatomical laboratory. In
the afternoon tlioro were two divis
ions In operation. Ono was conducted
by Dr. Wolcott in tho anatomical
laboratory and tho other by Dr. Wll
lard in tho histological dopartmont.
Today will bo spent by tho phy
sicians at tho Evorett sanitarium un
lor tho leadership of Dr. Evorett in
tho morning and In the afternoon Dr,
Orr will conduct a class at the ortho
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