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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1913)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!!
PHI ALPHA TAU C0NVENE8
(Continued from Phrc 1)
:n noceHHiwy element of a man'B edu
cation constated In the fact that it waH
only through talented speaking and
writing that the world has gained itn
atoro of knowledge.
Mr. Frank A. Peterson, an alumnus
of the organization, in reciting its his
tory, adverted to the fact that the first
banquet ever hold hy the fraternity
was for the purpose of promoting good
fellowship among students interested
In debate. Ho commended this form
-of conviviality as the most effectlvo
means of hindlng together in the fu
ture tho host oratorical talent.
In hehalf of the initiates and on the
general subject of "Impressions,"
spoke neophyte, D. D. Marcollus. Hi
told how, boforo their membership, the
initiates had boon accustomed to look
amfw-mii-Aluha Tail and its members
jib loaders in tho promotion of uebutu II
And how the same spirit that charac
terized the organization now buoyod on
the initiates to greater forensic
-achievements. Mr. Marcollus was fol
lowed by Mr. II. J. BurtiB, who ox--plalned
to hi& hearers in a very intel
ligent, concrete and Interesting man
ner Just what under the proper sort
of direction and protcept might bo
rthe future of the fraternity.
Then followed brief remarks of ap
preciation by prominent faculty men
present, including Dean W. G. Hast
ings of tho Collego of Law, J. E Le
nosslgnol of the Department of Poli
tical Economy and Commerce, and
Prof. G. O. Virtue of tho same branch
of University service. Replenished
and refreshed tho fraternity abandoned
festive board, and sought tho- soft
Be True, Be Free
That is the epitome of Ibsen's message in
Pillars of Society
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