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Tlio boys who rondored tho piny wore:
J . 11. Ilnrgor Tho mill owner
. J. Plowliond , Foreman of tho mill
IX. E. Ilulott A villian
A. C. Leo The villinn'a victim
0. T. Plntt Reporter for tho Daily Grit
W. 11. Warner Dealor in court plaster
E. A. Boostrom '. Sambo ) 0
F. II. Alexander , Dina J Scrvunts
Wo can not say that extra praise is due to any particular one
but all did themselves justice.
Tho time botwcon scones was taken up by well rendered
music by Messrs. Boostrom, llubbel, Hart, and Warner,
Aftor tho play a largo number rotirod to Union Hall and en
joyed a good social time until a late hoar.
We Can Please You
The Dolians will debate tho question, "Resolved, That tho
suffrage laws passed by Louisiana ami other states are contrary
to tho 15th amendment of the constitution of tho United
States." This is the same topic which tho Dolians and Unions
will discuss in a joint debate in tho near future
The Kansas representatives in the Kansas Nebraska contest
will bo two law students and one from the academic depart
ment. This is the same method of selection used last yoa'r.
Tho Dolian-Doano debato takes place May 12. Tho ques
tion is, "Resolved, That United States senators should bo
elected by a popular vote." Doano boys will aflirm tho prop
osition. Tho contest will take place at Crete.
Tho department of public spoaking has done much for debat
ing in tho University this year. All but two of tho represen
tatives in the interstate debates have received instruction in tho
public spoaking classos. There aro a few who do not soom
to fully appreciate tho work of this department and demonstrate
their indifference by failing to appear when scheduled to speak.
This is wrong. To fail to appear without giving a valid ex
cuse is practically tho same as skipping an examination, and
there is no reason why this dereliction should not bo mot by
Kent College of Law.
Marshall D. Ewcll, LL. D., M. D., Dean.
School year opened Soptembor 5, 1808. Thrco
year course Iinprorcd methods uniting thoory and
practice THE 80HOOL OF PRAO TIOE 18 THE LEAD
INQ FEATURE. Evontng sessions of ten hours a week
foronch clnss. Students can hi: hta.y suppoimNn
wiiti,K htudyino. Arrnnuomonts mndo for supplo
tnentnl preliminary education. For catalogue, address
W. F. Momcyer, LL. B., Secretary,
k 018-010 ASHLAND BLOCK. CHICAGO. ILL.
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