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Entered at tho poitofTloo nt Llnooln, Nobranka
m eoond-olau moll mnttor.
The gamo Saturday proved conclu
sively Nebraska's strength. The way
each player Belzed his opportunity
whenever ono was presented, was re
markable. The fast clean' work that
would have boon Impossible had the
players been a trifle slower or less
Belf-possessed, was a delight to those
who havo the Interests of the team at
hoart and aro looking forward to the
heavy games to come. While there was
Bomo faulty playing, thore never was
a gamo into which this feature .did not
enter to some extent. Tho work of
each Individual was noticeable as hard
ly a man failed to distinguish himself
at Borne point during the gamo.
The spirit shown by tho Colorado
mi could not havo been1 excelled. They
allowed no opportunity to pass to ex
tend court CHy to Nebraska. They
cheered the team, .the coach and the
colors, Hhowlng an unselfish spirit
which was all tho more commendable
because they did ko in the face of de
feat. It has been a long tlmo since
Nebraska mot such agreeablo oppo
nents, and theirs is an example which
it would bo for the best interests of
athletics for western colleges to fol
low. Tho played hard for victory, but
accepted their defeat with good grace.
Smoking In tho grandstand during
football games haB become so prova
leivt, that a popular cry of protest
has been raised. Those who Indulge
In tho practice seem to lose Bight of
tho fact that they aro making a nui
sance of themselves, affecting as they
do an area measured by a rudlus of
several feet around them. Although
signs have been placed forbidding
smoking, they have had little effect.
Tho Bmoker lookB quizlcally at tho sign",
HghtB his cigar, and soon the air about
him Is made foul with the fumes. They
fail to think that there are ladles as
well as others about thorn who have;
difficulty In keeping tho smoke out of
their faces and whoso pleasure 1b
spoiled by tho sol fish ness or careless
ness of ono person. Any person thus
making himself objectionable to others
and persisting In the practlco, whon ho
knows that It causes them groat In
convenience, Ib possessed of qualities
that aro tho antipodes of generosity
and consideration for others.
Tho Freshmen hold their meeting
In comparative peace yesterday morn
ing and are on' tho high road to com
plete organization. They havo encoun
tered vicissitudes of an unusual char
' acter during- their brief university ca
reer, and no doubt they feel relieved
to bco obstacles removed from their
paths that havo seriously hampered
their progress. They havo formulated
and adopted a constitution- to guide
them In their course, and will com-
plcto tho election of officers at their
next meeting. They have Btirvived tho
assaults of their enemies with Integrity
unimpaired, and stand ready to onforcc
their rights against whatever opposi
tion that may he brought to hear
against them. They have certainly had
a hard road to travel bul they havo
learned enough to make them danger
ous foes to anyone seeking to Impose
upon them. From now on wo may
look for them to bo active In develop
ing a class organization which will be
a model for posterity to follow.
Miss Hayden Is exhibiting In the
art gallery, work done during the past
month by her students. The pictures
embrace work In charcoal, pen and Ink,
and water color. The students are do
ing unusually well and great Improve
ment Is expected by Christmas.
Following is the Convocation pro
gram for tho coming week:
Tuesday Prot. Stout, "Irrigation
Wednesday College Songs.
Thursday Chas. Sawyer will give
Friday Musical program.
Y. W. C. A. Meeting.
The Sunday meeting was the moBt
Interesting as well as the most help
ful meeting yet held at the University
Y. W. C. a All the girls that were
present should rejoice that they had
the opportunity of listening to Miss
Ilowells. The sincerity of the speaker
could not help but gain the attention
and havo an Impression upon the hear
er. Miss Ilowells emphasized the doing
of tho little things In life, the giving
with our hearts and not with our
hands. The illustrated her points with
beautiful quoLatloiiB: "(Jive to the
world the boat that you have and the
bent will come back to you." "Who
gives himself with his gift feeds three,
himself, his hungering neighbor, and
Me." It Is too bad that there was such
a small number of girls present.
Unions Hold Important Meeting.
Tho Union Boys' Debating club held
an Interesting session Saturday and
discussed 6ome Important measures. An
amendment of the constitution' which
required that all new members should
bo voted In was made. By virtue of the
amendment all wishing to join the club
can do so by Bignlng tho constitution.
Messrs. Levy and Costello consti
tuting tho affirmative and De Young
and Kerr the negative debated tho
question1. "Resolved, That Nebraska
should adopt the Minnesota primary
law." Tho question for next Saturday
is. "Resolved. That England should
adopt Chamberlain's policy."
Tho secretary was empowered to cor
respond with all debating associations,
that he sees fit, for debates, as it is
the desire of tho club to arrange three
or four good contests. It Is expected
that contests can be arranged for with
WeBleyan, Cotner and Union College
In the near future. A contest will be
held with Doano, at Creto, In Decem
ber. Challenges will also bo sent to
Hastings, tho Peru Normal, York and
Grand Island Colleges. The team that
will meet Doane will bo appointed this
week by President Myers.
Prof. A. P. Brlgliam, head of the de
partment of geology at Colgate Univer
sity, has just issued a book on geo
graphic history. Ono of tho attractive
plates is tho cut of the University of
Nebraska library and campus. This
Is the first book of Its kind of the geo
graphic control In history and should
bo widely read by both teachers and
general readers. Dr. Condra had added
It to1 tho list of references for profes
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