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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
DEBATERS MAKE GOOD
MANY MEN PROMINENT IN FOREN
SIC ACTIVITIES AT NEBRASKA
NOW OF IMPORTANCE.
Our Holiday diiplay of practical
anil attractive gifts for men U complete.
Only I 2 (hopping ciayi till Chrittmaal
ALL HAVE BEST OF RECORDS
ProfesBor M. M. Fogg Maintains Well
Kept Records of All Men After
The students, thinkers and speakers,
who won the honor of representing
the University of Nebraska in inter
collegiate debate have continued to
win since they left the debate sem
inary, and the university. The list of
those who have been out of college
four years or more includes the following:
E. R Huckner, '04, P. n. K.; LL.B.
(cum laude) Harvard, '07, (Kansas,
11)03. 1!K)4). Assistant IT. S. attorney
for New York city. 1908-10; first as
sistant district attorney. New York
county, 1910-12; council for New York
board of alderman in police Investiga
tion 1912-1.1 Attorney: Root. Clark,
Buckner & Howland, New York.
Charles M Bracelen, '03, 1. B. K.;
LL B., Creighton, '07, (Kansas, 1903).
Formerly head of department of his
tory and argumentation and debate,
Omaha high school. Attorney: Min
neapolis. Merton L. Corey, Law, '07, T. K. N.
(Washington. 1905; Wisconsin. 1907).
Attorney, Clay Center, counsel for Ne
Charles I Craft, '03; Law, '04. T.
K. N. (Missouri, 1902). Attorney,
Aurora and Lincoln (Hainer & Craft).
Dean Driscol, '07; Harvard law
school. (Illinois, 1908). Attorney
Horace B. English ex-'ll. (Iowa.
1909). Rhodes scholar, Oxford uni
versity. George N. Foster, Law, '11, Theta
Kappa Nu (Iowa. 1909; Illinois, 1910;
Chicago against Northwestern, 1911).
Assistant professor of law. University
of Nebraska, 1912.
Fred M. Hunter, 'Of), P B. K. (Mis
souri. 1903). Superintendent of
Charles A. Kutcher, Law, '03. (Col
orado college, 1902). Mayor of Sheri
dan, Wyo. Attorney.
George A. Lee, '03, P. B. K ; Law,
'05. T. K. N. (Missouri. 1902. Kansas,
1903; Washington. 1904). Assistant at
torney general, state of Washington;
chairman public service commission,
state of Washington, 1912; contributor
to law journals.
Albeit M. Levy. '07; LL. B. Colum
bia. '09. (Washington, 1905; Wisconsin.
190t!). Attorney, 180 Broadway, New
Burdette G Lewis, '05; A. M., Wis
consin, 'Od (Colorado college, 1903;
Washington. 1904). Andrew I). White
Fellow in political science; Cornell,
1905-1907; statistician, public science
commission. New York city, 1907'10;
confidential adviser to President John
Purrev Mitchell (now mayor). New
York board of estimate, 1910-1913. Con
tributor to economic journals
Louis C Lightner, Law, '04. (Kansas,
1904). Democratic candidate for re
gent of the university; attorney, Co
lumbus Earl R. Marvin, '0(5. (Iowa. 1905;
Wisconsin, 1J)()G). Editor of the Sun,
Thomas A Maxwell, '03. (Colorado
college, 1902) Minister, pastor of the
First Christian church, Fairbury.
Walter F Meier, '03, Law '03. (Kan
sas. 1901; Missouri, 1902; Colorado col
lege, 1903). Attorney, Seattle, Wash.,
contributor to American Journal of
Sociology and law journals.
Cecil C. North, '02; Ph. D.( Chicago.
(Missouri, 1903). Professor of sociol
ogy, Depau University; author.
John Nathaniel Norton, '03. ( Col
orado college, 1903). Member Nebraska
assembly, 1909-1911 Polk, Neb.
Guy M. Peters, '03; LL. B., Harvard.
'06. (Kansas, 1903). Attorney, Chicago.
John Dean Ringer, '03, Law, 05.
(Washington, 1905). Attorney, South
Samuel M. Rinaker. ex-'09; B. A., Ox
ford university, 1910 (Rhodes scholar).
LL. B., Harvard, '13. (Wisconsin, 1907).
Charles A. Sunderlin, '07; LL. B.,
DECEMBER is just the beginning of winter
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Complete Boys' and Childrens Department on the Main Floor
MAGEE & DEEMER
ARCHITECTS WILL MEET
TOMORRW NIGHT FOR
SECOND LECTURE M 101.
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students on the scope of the subject of
architecture as a whole. Mr. Davis is
particularly well fitted to speak on this
his chosen profession, having had the
advantage of a course at Columbia
university. New York, and being ac
tively engaged in the work at the
The Architectural Society of the Uni
vrltv is now fullv organized and
ready for a series of meetings to be
given once a month throughout the
school year While primarily it is an
engineering society, nevertheless it is
especially anxious to secure every stu
dent interested in architecture as mem
bers. Remember, the architects will meet
next Thursday night at 7.30, December
11. Everybody Is urged to come oui
for an hour and hear this interesting
subject discussed whether members
now or not. The subject is contageous
so come and get infected. Look for
the posters on the bulletin board.
In order to give the students another
opportunity to see the exhibition by
American illustrators an Informal
college tea will be given in Art hull
Thursday afternoon from 3 to 5.
Mrs. Charlotte R. Cole, teacher elo
cution, dramatic art, coaching plays
a specialty. L7425.
WRESTLING CLUB TO MEET.
The Wrestling club will meet Thurs
day at 11 a. m. in the Armory. The
purpose of this meeting is to elect of
ficers and to reorganize for this year'B
work. The western Intercollegiate will
be held here this year. Eight of the
leading universities of the west will
take part in this meet. An expert
coach will be obtained for training
Every man Interested in wrestling is
asked to get out and get an "N " The
president of the Wrestling club is F.
opposite Temple after classes
and get your homemnde candy, fruits,
George Washington, '08. (Iowa, 1905;
Wisconsin, 1905). Special prosecutor
of land fraud cases, department of the
interior, 1908-1911. Lawyer, Boise and
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
Try the Y . M. C. A. Lunch Room
City Y. M. C. A. 13th and P
PROF M. M. FOGG.
Whose untiring efforts have for many
years given Nebraska a high rank
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