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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1903)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Dally Nebraskaji
A Newspaper DcvoWu . tun Interests
of tho University of Nebraska.
TI1K UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
A Consolidation of
THE HESPERIAN, VOL. XXXI.
THE NEHRASKAN. VOL. XII.
THE SCARLET AND CREAM,
Robert T. Hill Managing Editor
John F. Tobln News Editor'
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE $2 Per Year.
Convocation announcements for the
Today Professor Frye on Zola.
Tho other mornings wll be taken up
by gentlemen prominent In the vari
ous Btate societies which meet In Lin
coln this week.
There was a certain amount of root
ing carried on Saturday night at the
tlaskell game, but the players claim
that they need more. This is a well
merited claim, and can be given con
sideration by the student body. Don't
forget your football rooting training
when It comes to other things.
This indoor game is one of the in
stitutions of the University which is
not on a paying basis. The fact that
Nebraska has not a better schedule is
on account of the poor propositions
which can be made to visiting teams
from distant schools.
The whole reason Is that the game 1b
not patronized as it should be. It is
considered as one of the most difficult
and Interesting of athletic contests,
and with the material now here and ad
ditional necessary enthusiasm Nebras
ka could make a good record.
At Lehigh University Freshmen are
prohibited from joining fraternities by
order of the faculty.
Captain Overton, of Council Bluffs,
who participated in the recent meet
ing of the Historical Society has prom
ised the original pictures of tho steam
boats of which he had charge to the
The text book in Miss Pound's Amer
ican literature this semester Is dedi
cated to Chancellor Andrews. It Is
written by Professor Bronson of
Haskell Defeats Y, M. C. A.
The HttRkell Indiana defeated the
Lincoln Y. M. C,- A. last night by a
score of 23 to 21. It was one of the
fastest and fiercest games ever wit
nessed In the city. The first half end
ed 14 to 9 In favor of the Y. M. C A .
but in the second the Redmen. in spite
of the desperate struggle made by their
opponents, suceeded in piling up tho
score until the blowing of the whistle.
when It stood 21 to 21. Play was re
sumed, and after a few posses Gunyon
won the game for the visitors by a
free throw from the field.
The game was considerably on the
rough order throughout and the Y. M.
C A. complained of the failure of the
Indian referees to call the Redskins
down, and the referee threatened to
disqualify some of the players. Tho
same men ottlclated as at the game Sat
urday night. Every Y. M. C A. man
was a star. Hagenslck threw 11 out
of 14 fouls and one goal. Hammel
threw four goals and Granger prevent
ed his man from making a point. Fields
held Oliver down to four goals.
Shields, the left guard of the Indians,
had to retire In favor of Gunyon five
mlnuteB before the Apish on account
of a broken finger. The Indians play
tho Omaha Y. M. C. A. in Omaha to
night Beta Theta PI entertained Informal
ly Saturday evening.
Rev. G. M. Lauver went to Adams
Sunday to preach a funeral sermon.
Miss Howell went to Waterloo. Neb.,
Friday, where she gave a reading.
Vlo' Trvin has had to withdraw
fro school on account of ill health.
Miss Nellie Drake, who has visited
with her sister, Fannie, the past week,
returned to her home In Broken Bow
Evan T. Sage, Phi Beta Kappa, '02,
was In town Saturday. Mr. Sage is as
sistant ticket agent for the Burlington
Several alumni members have re
sponded after receiving one of the New
Year souvenirs sent out by the English
"Jimmie" Sheldon, captain of the
Chicago football team last year, has
been engaged as instructor in physical
training at Chicago University.
The class of '79 at Princeton has
presented the University with an $100,
000 dormitory. This is said to be the
most generous memorial ever given
by any class to its alma mater.
To Arouse Interest
The department of oratory of Cor
nell has just offered a new prize for
brief drawing. The purpose being to
stimulate Interest in debate work. The
prizes and conditions are as follows:
1. There will be two prizes of $10
and $5 respectively, offered by the as
sistant professor of oratory, for ex
cellence In brief writing.
2. The prizes are open to any under
graduate student who is pursuing one
of the courses in the department of
3. The subject for 1903 will be that
selected for the class of 1904 Memo
rial prize debate.
1. The briefs must be written with
a typewriter, must be deposited with
the assistant professor of oratory on
or before the 1st of March, 1903, and
must bear, in every case, a fictitious
signature, accompanied w,ith the name
of the writer in a sealed envelope.
5. The committee of award will be
the faculty members of the Debate
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