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P. B. D. C.-Doanc Debate
The lirst of a scries of debates between the Pal
ladia boys' debating club and the Philomatlieau
liteiary societ3'of Doane 'ol legit took place in Pal
l.idian hall last Saturday evening. The question
was discussed: "Resolved, that an income tax is just
and expedient." The Doane representatives had
About 8:15 the mectiug was called to order with
F It. Fairchild of Doane in the chair and L W.
Pearson of the.P. B. D. C. acting as secretary. Af
ter a couple of mu-dcal numbers R. 1. Brown opened
the discussion for the aflirmative. He clearly and
concNelj outlined the subject under discussion. 11.
B Stewart next s..oke on the negative. He thought,
the tax impractical Mr. Stewart weighed his remark-
carefully making a very logical speech. Mr.
Linberg f tj. atlirmative followed Mr. Stewart
After attempting to refute Mr. Stewart's argument
Mr Linberg made an effort to justify the tax his
torically. 1) M Garbcr answered Mr Linberg in
a strong logicai speech. He urged that the taxis
impractical, unjust and inexpedient. E W. Ellis
ti-xt spoke in favor of the tax Mr. Ellis tried to
jwifj Uie lax ou theoretical and historical grounds.
i E Kiieller ainwer.-d Mr Ellis in a speech of con-Mileraltl-
fon-e Mr. Kiudler summarized the argu
ii'ntv .,f ,., Sllt HUti uw, tlat th verijj,.t nnM
W tavtirxld.. to the negative. Mr Brown closed the
debate. He did not agree with Mr Kindler
Iliedii-iHiiMi was an earnest, good natured one
A splendid feature wj.s that the speakers, with feiv
xeepii..ns. stayed within the limits of the question
ants and the total of MiuLs made by each: Audioon
107, Benedict 46, Broihers, .H59, Green 277. Hansen
172, Hill S24, Towril 143. Mart. 268, Melford 1S2,
Pearse '202, Slrahorn -2A2 Warner 33' Waterman
357, Wilson '.'45 and Pepoon, who entered only
The Sophmore Freshmen bast ball game was
played Toes lay March 30 resulting in a scire of
16 to 25 in favor of the Freshmen Umpire, Hay
ward. Players: Soph mores Melford. Hansen, Rain
Christie; Ledwith, Wheedou. Struck, Reader, Fechet.
rreshnien Uowgill, Moore, Gordon. Waterman,
Stopher, Ryons. Koschitzkj, Davis. Garrett
Arthur Pearse and Robt. Andreson walked to De
Witt during vacation, a distance of thirty-ehjht
miles in eight hours and thirty minutes
The base ball teams of the Junior and Senior law
clas-es met on the diamond Saturdaj', March 21, anil
the game resulted in a score of 6 to 8 in faor of the
Hie second Pentathlon contest was held in the
CTitiani,. Tuesday night, March m The weather
a rtoriny but U.ere was a large and enthusiastic
aua.em-e present who seemed to enjoy the evening's
I rogratn. Before the regular contest there was a
uin round exhibition boxing match between Glaze
ilCertin which was d-cided a draw by Referee
etej Three university records were broken
t" 'u "" e'eaiff. Benedict and Brothers brought
ine lortmT m.,u.d ojj Ue poJe vaiU frnm
U inches up to ei;fbt feet Jen iucheg w R
? TT,' kC h",S WD rewml "f iive ' tw and
"'",, Jumping five feet font andthree-
to-a.i,,,.lJHh. He also got lirst place on the lomr
3 . ,bhlua uuversity record f nine feet T7I n-U "? Y
jet ,lirr; bjMam; Sve Comfort! s
i.J ... hlMli tiw rotrd of thirty lite feet six J . ..
Mn-,7 , i 1TJ Wak Wlm h? 'nlict who jumped
i burred and seven times in four minute
taml i, ,?" lded h a np-teut corps of assis-Bai-b,
J . 1M!Ujd wnlor.Uie judges were
Si r nMiU WfieW. Jewett, Anker, Hunter and
'he following are ,he Baniejl. ,lf lh ,.,,nli-.
The Board of Regents will meet next Thursday.
A training class for track athletics has been formed
It meets at 6 p. tu in the gymnasium.
Bonnie Forbes was called to her home in Fremont
Monda3 by the Hidden illness of her motlier.
Prof. Luckey lee uied lst Friday in (Jr.nid Island
before the Cen ii ai Nebraska Teaeper- a-oeiatiori.
Wni Riddell, a student in 78, now principal of
t le Dtis Monir? High School is visiting old friends at
The Ideal Mandolin Club, Master Harry Britrgs
and Mis Ha will furnish the iuu.mc for the Palla
dia!) program Friday night.
The plan of having a news letter carried on among
the college Y. M. C. As. of the tate has been taken
up by the corresponding secretary.
F E. Edgerton, a lat year student, is visiting
with his many university friends for a few daj's. He
expects to be in the university next j ear.
The regular annual meeting of the Y M. C, A.
will be held next Sunday. The out-going president
will give his report of the past year's work.
G. A Loveland, of the weatherbureau department
addressed the university Political Economy club
Wednesday evening on "What the weather bureau
does foi iudustry
About fifteen of the Palladian boys went on a
"tout ' the first night of vacation The crowd started
out with only four members but by a series of 'lu
illations" was soon increased to lifteeu or twenty.
The latter part of the evening was spent in Mjren
our eres inav not
be in a condition to
make glasses a ne
cessity Ln many caes uiey are a luxury, aiding
the vision and relieving tne eye strain. Particular
attention is given to the fittiug of lenses, and the
frames to the lace, for comfort and appearance.
Prices according to the work and quality of
frames Examination free.
E. S. KING, Refracting Optician,
1300 O Street.
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