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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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floor interrupted at times the flood of
oratory. The University band opened
the program with two selections that
were heartily applauded by the audi
ence. (Miancellor Avery presided, attri
Introduced the speakers in turn. The
two teams occupied tables at each end
of the platform. The Nebraska team
was barricaded behind a double row
of huge volumes, to which they re
ferred often, quoting many more au
thorities than their opponents.
Summary of Debate.
II. G. Hewitt opened the debate by
explaining the question and showing
that the bunk-house, transient, money-
I seeking Immigrants now flooding the
country, are undesirable as citizens.
Dean Campbell, a slender, breezy
young man with pleasing delivery,
stated the negative side of the ques
tion, and showed that it was just this
type of man that was needed to per
form the hard labor of the, country,
that In some trades he did as much
as nlneteen-twentieths of the work.
Reed B. Dawson, a forceful and pow
erful speaker, attacked the question
from the standpoint of labor, showing
the harmful effect of the immigrant
upon labor conditions; lowering wages
and striking at the trade's union. His
opponent, Donald Pomeroy, spoke of
the eagerness of the foreigner to learn
and stated that they could acquire
knowledge more readily than the av
erage American. "Literacy," lie said,
"is no test of a mart's character."
Harold l'rince closed the atllrma
five's side of the question by proving
that the literacy test would affect only
the unskilled, the transient and the
illiterate, that it was a test easy to
enforce and hard to eade, and that
it was the only method of solving the
problem of restriction. Harvey Hos
hour, an earnest though somewhat
dramatic speaker, closed the question
tor Minnesota by arguing for internal
Improvement of labor conditions, and
showing that the literacy test was
both arbitrary and unfair.
The rebuttal was short and snappy,
ca h team hurling quotation after quo
tation in support of their theories. In
side of a few moments after the last
rebuttal the judges' decision had been
handed to Chancellor Avery and lie
annouiK ed the result to the audiein e,
who lieered loudlv and crowded the
platlorm to congratulate the winners
Perhaps too mm li credit cannot be
gien to Prolessor logg, who worked
unceasingly to perfect the team not
in lore e ol argument alone, but in elo
ution as well, st c uring by voice in
flection and the careful annum iation
o! words, a delivery far superior to
that ol their opponents.
Prof. 1. II. Herriott, professor of po
litical science, Drake University.
Prof. I. II. Loos, director, school of
political and social science, University
Prof. K. A. Wilcox, professor of law,
University of Iowa.
Prof. Louise Pound of the English l
literature department has received
fiom Dr. Otto Jespersen of the Uni
eihit of Copenhagen a copy of
"1-Vhthkrift til Villi. Thomson," a book
to which he is contributor Dr. Jesper
sen, who is a distinguished professor
of English philology and an authority
on phonetics, sends the copy with his
compliments for the university library.
IOWA LOSE8 TO HU8KER8
(Continued From Page One.)
University of Nebraska, Negative.
Raymond E. Kirk, '15.
C. A. Sorensen, '13, Law 'IB.
(). K. Perrln. '14.
Against Iowa, Harold J. Schwab, '15.
Prof. Frederick Green, professor of
law, University of Illinois.
Stanley II. Houck. Esq., Minneapolis.
Prof. V. A. Oldfather, professor of
classics, University of Illinois.
Phi Alpha Tau's Banquet.
Eollowln the announcement of the
Iowa decision, the banquet given by
Phi Alpha Tau for tho toamB began
in earnest. After the courses had been
removed, Mr. Donald L. Pomeroy, Min
nesota, '14, began the toast list by
a dissertation on "The Veteran of the
The toast list was continued as fol
lows: The Value of Debatc.Prof. M. M. Fogg
Why Debate II. A. Prince
Debate at Minnesota. . H. L. Gislason
From tho Judges' Point of View..
E. A. Wilcox (Iowa)
Tliis was followed by an Informal
discussion, in which all of the team
members and the judges took part.
During the banquet word was re
ceived by the Minnesota men of the
loss of their affirmative team to Wis
consin at Minneapolis by a two-one
LATIN CLUB MEETS.
The Latin Club met Tuesday even
ing, December D, at the home of Miss
Hixby. The subject tor the evening
was "The Religions of Rome." The
program was as follows:
Latin in Unexpected Places ....
Prolessor Alexander's Article....
The Christians Miss Gordon
Stoicism and Epicureanism
Roman Aattitude Toward Death..
Religious Feeling in Augstus' Day
, M iss Cooper
Giuseppe's Christmas. ... Miss Nelson
Mrs. Charlotte R. Cole, teacher elo
cution, dramatic art, coaching plays
a specialty. L742fi.
John C Griffin, grand president, and
William L Phillips, grand secretary
ol the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity,
are spending seeial das with the
Nebraska Alpha chapter Several fac
ult ineinbeis were guests of the chap
ter in honor of the visitors.
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