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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
K newspaper deroted to tne Interests of tho
Unlroriltr of Nebrn ska.
Published at 184 North 11th St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
, J. W. Crnbtree, president.
J. I. Wrer, T. J. Hewett, K. W. W
Bthrlimo H McQktt
J. A. Mannino
GeOKoA P. BniDLBB
- Atbletio Kdltor
R. C. Pollard.
H. T. Hin,
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arnev. U"" vrog.
iUon, Linn M. Huntington.
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ocr to continue.
The mooting or tho debating nssocin
tion t night will bo ono of tho most im
portant BorsionB of tho jear. It will be
decided whether or not tho now system
of controlling debates in tho University
will bo put ia operation or not. This
new eyst. m in one that hm been given
considerable thought Ly Ihoso moat
interested in doatiog contests. It
will, if adopted, put debating on a
firmer foundation than over bofore.
The quostion just now ia whether
or not tho whole plan is going to bo
held up because tho association ia un
able to agroo on a minor mattor, In
other words whether tho success of tho
debating teams is going to bo pu,t iu
jeopardy because a matter of little roal
Importance cannot bo settled.
Thoro seoms to to but one course
open to members of tho asBooiation who
have in view the best iotoreBts of do
"bating and that ia to adopt tho consti
tution and leavo tho dotatls as to mem-bership-to-
be deoid 1 later. Further
delay in starting the now eye to in will
Foot-ball has boon abandoned at
Western College, Toleoo, Ohio. This
is on account ol Jack or financial sup
port and proudlco against tho game.
Loland Stanford has a choss club
with tho purgoso ot establiv8,hjnj5 the
"gamoon a solid' basis In that Univer
sity. A first and second team will bo
formed rrom whloh tho best players
will bo chosen for final competitions.
havo six now
buildings costing $000,000
Messrs. Sharrard and Higglns havo
boon ohoson as tho Kansas represen
tatives In tho coming Kansas-Nebraska
Kansas Law. sobool
ment of 121.
Presidont Pritohett of tho Massa
chusetts Institute of Teohnolpgy is
in favor of soolal gatherings of pro
fessors and students at which beer
and tobacco plays a promlnont enter-
Ho rooontly estab
by onbertainlmr In
During tho Yalo Dl-centonnial a
team of ex-oaptalns defeated tho
second team by a scoro of 12 to 0.
Tho libraries of Loland Stanford
havo rtccntly had an improvement
by tho adoption of tho doolmul sys
tom or cataloguing. Up to this time
tho listing has boon dono by subjects.
Cornell has a cross country cIud
whloh is busy at present planning
and carrying out hare and hound
Wlsconisn has a flourishlne camera
club. It Is for tho purpose of rousing
interest in such work In that Institu
tion. Tho Daily Cardinal of Wisconsin of
Friday Oct. 2o. stated that no doubt
tho gamo of the following day with
Kansas would be tho next to the
hardest camo this season, tho excep
tion being Minnesota. v ,
Thoro is war on between tho Co-eds
and male studonts at Missouri. The
young ladles rocontlv gave a fancy
dross ball at which no men wero
present. Tho men to now havo in
vitations out for a Ilobo Convention
at which none of the gentler sex will
The result of tho registration of
freshmen which has beon going on
since Friday is a list of between 145
and 150 names of thosa who claim
tho right to voto in freshman class
It Is interesting to note that in tho
preparation of his new "Manual of
Botany" Dr. Brltton was aided by
two of the graduates of tho Depart
mot of Botany of this University. P.
A. Rydberg, '91 and .7. (J. hmith, 88
oach of whom contributed much of
tho matter for a number of families.
The olass in Systematic Botany has
beon directod to dotcfmlue Accurately
tho scientific names or all the trees
now .growing on tho Campus. If
posslbio these namos will bo placed
upon labels so thaL ovory person
visiting the grounds may bo abio to
recognlzo tho kinds of trees growing
Mr. O'Gara, a Senior in Plant
Pathology, is studying a curious caso
of "Heart Rot" of tlio cherry which
ho discovered In an orchard noar
ThoBAlpha Theta Chi celebiated
tho foot-ball victory Saturday by
rinsing tho now boll whloh they havo
It Is mounted on tho roof of the
Tho Elovonth Hour club mot with
Miss Llla Spurlock last Saturday
evening. Ueports of various commit
tees woro heard and approved. After
tho business mooting music, conver
sation ana ',fun ocoupioa tho evening.
Refreshments consisting of maca
roons and salted peanuts wero served.
Robeit Harrison visited at his
homo in Neola, Iowa from Thursday
to Saturday of last wook. On his re
turn hoBtopped over Sunday fcr tho
Christian Endeavor Convention held
Earlo B. Brooks '01 is in Omaha
working with a loading drug firm.
lisbca his views
10c a pair
Some people talk a great deal about
things of which they know little. Oth
ers say but little about things of
which they know a great deal. They
wouldn't be so modest did they make
choeolateb, god chocolates, chocolates
to sell. They would do as we do
talk all a two-inch space will permit.
r:w. maxwell co.
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DRi Ji ui MCNAY lencc. Hns mnde over
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At MANN'S, 1322 0 Street
Our Fall Stock has
arrived and rou are
invited to examine it.
All the new books
and many of the old
All kinds of School Supplies
1123 0 St
Ffcv- Holland and all
other good makes
From $1.00 up '
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we are now
a thorough test last season
by a few of the leading play
ers, they unanimousl3T declare
them the best cleats ever put
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Everything for football
Head harness, ankle brace,
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SiMsclal attention glvon to disease of women
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