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DEBATING ASSOCIATION MEETS.
The debating association mot In tho
chapel Friday at 1:30 o'clock as an
nounced. Though there was not a
largo attendance, much enthusiasm
was manifested. It was clearly the pre
vailing sontiment that some changes
must bo mado in order to hold two in-ter-stato
debates here this year and
still maintain tho financial standing of
the association. Tho secretary was in
structed not to register old mombera
who refuse to pay tho assessment made
at tho end of last year. President
Craft announced that tho association
had repaid E. P. Warner all tho funds
advanced by him last year. Tho asso
ciation is out of debt, with tho excep
tion of two loans made by individuals,
amounting to ?8. The association re
solved itself into a commltteo of the
whole to devise means for conducting
the preliminaries this year. This com
mittee recommended that a foo of ?1
bo charged each contestant in the pre
liminaries; that but one preliminary
be held this year; that onu set of
judges act for al! the sections in these
contests; that the debaters in the pre
liminaries bo divided into threo sec
tions, tho whole series of debates to oc
cupy threo hundred minutes for the
threo sections, the time to bo divided
proportionately among tho debaters.
The rules were suspended and the
A motion carried which instructed
the secretary not to canvass for Yogis
tratlon. A notice is to be posted im
mediately announcing that registration
is open- and It will remain open until
6 o'clock in the evening of Novem
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Our foreign policy, tho
currency, tho tariff. Im
migration. Irish license.
woman suffrage, nennv
municipal ownership of
control of telegraph.
Botkiidtt of the above I
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Directions for organizing!
and conducting a dtbat-f
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HINDS Sc NOBLE
4-5-5-xa-i3-i4 Cooper Institute, N. Y.
Schoolbookt cj 'all fuUithtri a! on tturt.
Tho promotions of corporals In the
cadet battalion wero announced last
week. Tho following privates were
mado corporals: Company A, H. 13.
Groff, It. B. Adams, H. C. Barker, J. E.
Hill, F. M. Deweese, P. L. Case, B. S.
Hall, J. It. Harger; company B, E. M.
Baumen, A. H. dark, L. J. Killian, J.
W. Vavra, U. P. Wallace, C. A. McMas
ter, W. G. Hiltnor; company C, J. P.
Praney, P. J. Rehlaender, E. G. Spaf
ford, G. P. Kimball, C. E. Teach, H. E.
Crandall, A. J. Pepperburg; company
D, S. D. Clinton, G. K. Barnes, J. R.
Parnoy, V. G. Henderson, J. J. Ahem,
R. 0. Hummel, E. L. Toble, S. Anker.
Private L. B. Stuhr was made a ser
geant in company A and Amos Thomas
trumpeter with rank of corporal.
WORK AT AMES.
The representative of tho university
who went to Ames, Nebraska, to test
sugar beets for seed returned Friday,
October 20. Professor Lyons reports
that about 3,000 beets wero tested for
tho state experiment station at Ames.
Heretofore seed for planting has been
obta'ned from Germany, but an effort
Js being mado to secure seed at homo,
which will entail a great saving of ex
pense. With Trofessor Lyons wero
Messrs. Thatcher, Brittell, Stuhr,
Brown, Lytle, Smith, Streetor and
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JOINT DEBATE FRIDAY.
The postponed joint debate between
tho Dellnn boys' debating club and the
Alpha Omega club of Doane will bo
held in the chapel Friday evening. The
progress of tho v.ar in South Africa
hns added much interest to tho ques-
1 t'on, "The justice of British action -In
1 tho Transvaal." Delian representa
tives will oppose the position taken by
Great Britain. All are cordially in
vited to attend.
DEGENERACY OF THE STAGE.
"Did you enjoy 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'
nt the matinee, Aunt Lucinda?"
"No; it didn't have half so many
deathbeds as it used to have when I
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"What did he say?"
"He said, 'Help yourself; I planted
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