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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
a arvspapar drotd to the interests of the
UnlTersity of Nobra ska.
Published at 184 North 11th Bt., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. 00.
J. W. Crebtree, President
(J. L. Towns. Becrotary.TreaBnrer.
J. LWiir, T. J. Hewett, E. W. WMhbnm.
A CONSOLIDATION OK
Tho Hewporliin Vol. XXXI
Tho Ncbrimkun Vol XI
Tho Hcivrlot nnd Uroanv Vol 1 1 1
R. W. Harbor,
Uhiw. I. Taylor I
CIihh. K. WolM
U. T. Hill,
V. (.'. Hutlo, R. A. McNown, II. O. Nelson.
Wm. (Jiuii. Uan Uutlchon.
' The subscription price of the Deily rtebras
kan le 12 for the oollece ear with a regular de
iVerr before chapel each day. Notloes. oom-
Branloakioni, and other matter Intended for pub
cation, most be handed in at the Nebraskan
etffloe before 7 p. m., or mailed to the editor be
fere tp. n.,of tbedar prrrloa to that day on
hlak they are expected to appear.
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Ike offlce by 8 p. m. on the day prerlous to that
M which they are to appear.
ddreee all communications to the Daily Ne
fcraakaa, 134 N. 11 Ui Bt., Lincoln, Nebraska.
Entered ut tho post, ofilro at Lincoln, Nob.
am second clans mall matter
The Btudenta should give to the do
bates thiB w ek their undivided and
enthusiastic Bupport, such as was bo
onstantb manifested on the athletic
Held lont fall. The student who refuses
to do thin Bimply becauso ho is not a
debater himself certainly is lacking in
that college spirit which is absolutely
oeceseary to make any university alTair
There are always a few days ut the
beginning of tho semester when classes
tiro small. Many students sepm to think
there is no ubo in attending clnspea be
fore tho instructors get the cards from
the office as no rec rd of attendance can
be kept. There is little use for such
peoplo to attend classes at all.
If an attoinment is a realized ambi
tion, a student's advancement con be
measured by tho height of his ambi
tion. The University of Nebraska takes
creat pleasure in welcoming Captain
Smoko as the now commandant of ca
dets. The university has not bftd a
regular army officer in that position
since the valiant Stoteocberg resigned
to enter the Nebroska volunteers. It
therefore looks forward with great
pleasure to tho coming of a man who,
not only has had practical experience
in the field but also the rigid training
of a military school. It is hoped that
tho standard of the cadet battallion will
be up to the standard of Pershing ond
The Installment Tailor;
115 North 11th.
DEBATERS DRAW 1'LACEJR.
Tho debating ue&ocirtion held a short
mooting yestorday aftornoon at 2 p. m.
Tho candidates for the interstate do
batos wore allowed to draw lots for tho
sides thoy aro to represent in the com
ing contests. On tho question of Muni
cipal Ownership the following aro to
dofond tho affirmative. Messrs. Moior,
Maxwoll, Baldwin, Willots, Kelley,
Smith and Kutcher. Tho negative will
be supported by Messrs. Tobin, Milok,
Lowis, Craft, North, Yoder, and Cronin
On tho Itociprocity question the fol
lowing will bo on the affirmative Cat
lin, Loo, Clark, Hunter, and Hawthorne
On tho nogative: Bracelin, Borkey,
Doubt, Strayer, Atkinson and Thomas.
Tho debates will be hold in tho old
chapel on Wednesday and Friday oven
ings. Tho Municipal Ownership ques
tion is to bo discussed on tho former
date and the Reciprocity question on
the latter date. TheJ programs wil' bo
gin promptly at 8 p. m. All those in
tending to attend these deWtes should
come early, as no one will bo allowed to
enter tho hall while thero is a epeakor
upon tho floor.
O. G. Home lias been obliged to drop
out of tho contest on account of ill
health. This leaves twonty-tive to enter
tho preliminary conteots.
MAY HOLD ATHLETIC CONTEST
Ad attempt will be mado this year to
have several athletic contests in tho
gymnasium on charter day as has been
customary heretofore. Owing to tho
fact that thiB building will bo occupied
by the engineering department with
an electrical display on the evening of
February 13, it may be impossible to
get the building into condition for these
contests by Friday afternoon. If, how
over, it is found that .thoro will be no
trouble in getting the gymnasium cloar,
there will be.besidos tho exhibition drill
by tho Pershing Rilles, and possibly a
spell-down in that company, a number
of athletic contests and a bosket-ball
The mooting of the Philosophical club
will bo held in room 109 of tho library
building tonight. Dr. Brace will give
an address on The Philosophical bear
ing of some recent physical generaliza
tions. The addresses which have boon
given at this club have been very in
atructive as well as entertaining. 'Ihe
one to-night promises to be especially
so. All students are cordially iovitod
R. 0. Langer, '04, has returned to
continue his work in electrical engineer
ing. He has boon absent for two years,
during which time he has been in the
employ of the navy department He
accompanied a government vessel across
tho Pacific seven times, completing tho
circle of toe globe after his last trip and
returning by way of New York.
A 7:30 class in free-hand lettering woe
started yesterday morning with a big
representation of engineering students.
An hour's credit will bo given to those
who desire it.
YOU CAN FIND IT
By inserting a notice in the Daily Ne
braskan at one cent a wor'l per insertion.
can wear our Shoes until the cobbler is unable
to find places to tack new soles on, and the
uppers will still be in good shape. We are V
having a special sale now. It will pay you to
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"University Football Annual" will be out about
Feb. 10th. Watch for it.
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This College offers a graded
course extending over four
The advantages and re
quirements of the college aro
fully up to the requirements
of the present times, and the
conditions laid down by the
association of American Medi
cal Colleges, of which tbis
college is member. For in
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