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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1903)
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Ce Dap Debraskan.
A connolldntlon of
The Hotperian, Vol.Ul.The Nnbrnnkan, Vol. lo,
Scarlet and Groain, Vol. i.
Bdltorin-Ohlaf - John D. IUoo
rioalncM Manager A. 0. Bohralbor
Otrcnlator .... O. A. Sawyer
A. F. Beoker
Uaylprd G. Bonnott
Offloeai BVlltorlal, U XH Boalneu, U 211.
Post Ofloo, Box IB, Station A, Linooln.
BubaoripUon Price, fl per year, in ftdvanoe.
Entered at thnpontofllan at Linooln. Nebraska
as Zoond-lnaa mall matter.
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II Ih intended to have in conjunc
tion with the Olympic games at the
world'B fair In Ht. Ixnils in 1904, an
Olympic football championship. There
will be two series, one for colleges ex
clusively and another for other hcIiooIh.
It him been decided to have the college
football championships commence
Monday, November 21, and close Sat
urday, November 2(5, devoting the en
tire week to college football. This
series will lie open to teams from in
dividual colleges and the members of
the teaniB must be men entitled to rep
resent the University. A handBome cup
will bo presented to the college win
ning tho championship and Olympic
gold medals to each member of tho
winning team. After the entries are
in, should the schedule require a long
er time, arrangements can bo made to
transfer football games to other days.
The schedule will entirely depend upon
tho number of entries. If enough en
tries aro not received to make up the
Olympic series, the committee will ar
range individual matches between the
teams representing the cast atirt the
west. The liiLer-icJiolasLiiL .aeries :wJll
be'hold from Monday, November 7, to
Saturday. November 12, inclusive. Each
team In the inter-scholastic series must
be made up of students that have been
duly ontered In the school they wIbIi
to represent for the season of 1901.
No movement has yet been started
toward stirring up interest in class de
bates, and we do not believe that any
one has even made any suggestion in
regard to tho matter. It "'is regretted
that by such an apparent concensus of
opinion the question of arranging for
inter-clasB debates should be allowed
to-lie dormant by the upper classmen
It seems that the Juniors and Seniors
at least, might sign articles for coin
ing to blows, as their meeting of last
year stirred up considerable interest,
and? was everything taken Into consid
eration qulto a success. It seems only
right that the matter should bo brought
up beforo tho classes for consideration,
and they should deliberate upon It, de
ciding for themselves, whether the un
dertaking la really worth the while or
Debating will go far' toward stirring
up tho interests of both classes in their
respective affairs, arid a class feeling of
this kind Is much better than that
sometimes displayed by non-representative
Individuals who stir up unpleas
antness for their rivals at their parties
or hops. And there is no reason why
the 'underclassmen should not evince
an Interest In doboTlTrg .and take stops
to, promote a meeting.' Tliere Is plen
ty of good material, -and If the under
taking Is but pushed tangible results
of a substantial character will be accomplished.
i ne Cornhuskeis .arc bracing them
selves for a hard struggle with the
Haslcpll Indians Saturday. Each year
tho Indians come fully determined to
avenge past dofoatH And each time
they have romawnn ncreased strength
and a bitter animosity to Inspire them
to hard and desperate effort. From nil
reports that havo come to our ears
the Indians seem to be stronger than
ever. They are looking forth to this
game with a ferocious anticipation, and
the watch fires will blaze high around
Haskell Institute if they could realize
their dearest ambition.
The Nebraskan wishes to warn any
one desiring to publish a communica
tion In Its columns that he must either
sign the article or acquaint the editor
with his Identity We are willing to
publlBh any article of sufficient merit,
as long as it Is accounted for, but can
not assume the responsibility of print
ing matter that has nothing to indicate
from what source it came. All who
are willing to sign an article and as
sume the responsibility for It are wel
come to hand it in for publication, but
wo reserve the right to make such com
ment upon it as we may deem liost.
The Senior lass has again set the
example foi class programs, the girls
being as usual the pioneers In the
movement. If possible they will compel
the boys to help. Otherwise they will
net on their own responsibility It is
to be desired that the other classes
will fall In line and profit by their ox
ample. Such events bring out the in
dividuality of the class and inspires
a feeling of unity among the members,
especially when they are all banded to
gether in one movement The greater
the Interest evinced by the class In the
more successful will be the program,
and it is the aim of those in ( harge of
affairs to stir up an Interest, in which
every member of the class shall be a
Hereafter chapel will be held on
Monday In order to avoid conflicts with
tho University convocation periods.
Still the registration grows. Some
half dozen new students were enrolled
the last few days. It now looks as
though the principals optTmtBttr fore-
cast will be realized.
The Academy pin which was ospe
cinlly designed for the Academy by an
(astern firm has proved so pleasing
that the new students are already send
ing in their orders. The pins may be
obtained troni Tucker, the O street
It is surprising how much trouble
one small class can create. Tho Cicero
division has compelled a total rear
rangement of nearly every afternoon
class The principal has learned by
oxporionco that it doesn't pay to leave
the hours unfixed In any Instance.
Secretary Dean Ringer of tho Uni
versity Y. M. C. A., pleased the young
people at (chapel exorcises Monday
morning. lie called attention fo tho
many forms of activity Tn association
work and cordially Invited tho young
men to connect themselves with the as
sociation. Miss Mabel Ashley sends word that
she will return this week to resume her
Academy work. Miss Ashley was de
tained two weeks at the opening -of
school by the serious illness of her
mother, and had only been on the
grounds one day when she was agalnf;
summoned home. Teachers and stu
dents will be glad to welcome her back.
The Academy again went down In
defeat before the vigorous onslaught
of the husky sdns of Bethany last Sat
urday afternoon. Tho score was 11 to
0, and still the fellows insist' that they
will yet bear away scalps. A game
with "Wymore Is nearly arranged for
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next Saturday. In case this fails they
will play the second Lincoln high,
school team, and eleven families In
Lincoln will mourn departmed mem
bers. Eat at the Eagle, 240 No. 10th.
The It. and C. barber shop, Palmer's
Place, 1144 O St.
Leming's, ice cream and candy; 11th
and L Sts.
The Whltebreast Co., at HOG O St.,
is the place to buy coal.
LOST The first volume of Gebhardt's
Deutesche Gechichte, with the own
er's name stamped upon the back.
V A NT ED Second-hand copies' of
Mutton's St. Thomas of Canterbury.
ENGLISH 17 (Advanced Debate).
Biiefs for the Oct 2!lth debate on the
dired primary will be due at T o'clock,
Oct 21. M. M. Fogg.
LOST A long dark-gray overcoat;
Armstrong brand Finder return- to
C. 11. Cornell or to this office and
Examination of voices for new mem-
bers Wednesday, Oct. 14, at 7:30 p. m.
Regular meeting and rehearsal for old
members at 8: lf p. in. in U. 111.
-All students who desire to make
their church home with tho First Pres
byterian society are cordially invited to
attend a reception for students, to be
given in tho church parlors, 13th aniH
ftl streets, on Friday evening, October
REGULAR MEETING of the Engin
eering societyWednesday evening, Oct.
11, at 7:30 In M. 211 All students tak
ing engineering are requeBted to como
out. Professors Richards,. .Stuart and
Morse will speak.
ENGLISH 15 (DERATE)
Uriofs for tjio Oct. 23 debate on the
disfranchisement of the negro will be
due at 5 o'dovk, Friday, Oct. 1G.
Briefs for the Oct. 30 dobfete on the
restriction of immigration will bo duo
at 11:30 o'clock, Oct. 22.
M. M. FOGG.
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