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As Saturday's momentoiiB contest be
tween Nebraska and Iowa draws nigh
the Interest centered In the game is In
creasing In Intensity. Despite her
showing against Minnesota, Iowa Is
strong and a dangerous foe to any
western college on the gridiron. As Its
supportora say, the team that met Mln-
nosota was green and unseasoned' and
owing to Its Inferior condition was so
unbalanced by the assault of the Go
phers that they became panic-stricken,
hardly realizing that they were In a
football game. In the light of the rapid
improvement that Iowa has shown
since, this Indeed seems true. Nebras
ka will meet a team Saturday that is
well seasoned and trained, with an
overwhelming ambition of retrieving
past defeat to spur them on.
Nobraska Is glad that Iowa Is show
ing such excellent promises of strength.
They do not wish to meet a weak team,
as they feel confident of their ability
to vie with the strongest. Besides the
credit of victory If It falls to our
lot will be the greater If Iowa makes
a strong showing, ami It Is the desire
of tho team's most enthusiastic sup
porters that tho contest may be of
such a character that the triumph may
be one of which we may all feel proud.
Our team Is In the best of condition,
and It Is expected to show a form that
will be an Improvement over any
shown this season. Tills Is expecting
a great deal, but wo believe that there
1b a strong foundation for a confidence
that the team will outdo all former
achievements. There Is a feeling preva--len-t
both at this University and at
Iowa that this game may prove the
biggest on our schedule this year. At
all events Nebraska goes prepared to
meet a team of enormous strength, and
it will take a prodigious amount of ef
fort to lay tier In the dust.
Unless a sudden revival of interest
takes place soon, we can look for no
class debates this year. As yet none
of tho classes have taken steps to pro
mote a meeting, and unless something
is done soon, tho matter will have re
ceded so far as to be beyond their
grasp. Class debates are interesting
and highly helpful forms of entertain
ment, and they give tho spirit of class
rivalry an opportunity to ovlnco Itself.
They rouse up a sentiment In the Class
and promote a feeling of unity among
the members removing many barriers
that are allowed to stand through tue
lack of intercourse. They also direct
the attentibn of the class and thelj
views into the right channel, bringing
homo to each member tho importance
of debate and the feasibility of such
means as a test for measuring the in
tellectual strength of one class with
that of another. This matter should at
onco be brought to the attention of the
two higher classes, In order that they
may act expeditiously and effectively.
The members of the Freshman Law
class have passed resolutions condemn
ing those who took occasion to view
last Saturday's game from the windows
of tho law library. The practico is cer
tainly not to be commended and the
Freshmen Laws wiBh to make It plain
that they at least do not countenance
it. Such action on tho part of the class
evidences a patriotic spirit and Is one
of the mose emphatlv and) decided
movemonts that has yet been made
toward doing away with an evil of long
The student body bids our team good
bye, confident In the belief that it will
return victorious from Iowa, laden with
the honors of triumph and bringing
back trophies from a hard-fought field.
With the exception of a few men, the
team Is in the best of form and physi
cal condition, and we may expect to
see them stand like a stone wall against
the violence of an angry tide, before
they allow their goal line to be crossed
Everything points to a hard and ob
stinate struggle, and the Cornhusker
courage and Btrength will bo put to a
severe test in the face of a strong and
well-trained team, cheered1 on by en
thusiastic and frantically layal multi
tudes of supporters. But for all that
we expect to see the Scarlet and Creatm
proudly waving In the clear light of
victory, heralding to thousands that
anxiously await tidings of the result,
the glad news that all have so often
SENIOR LAWS WIN.
Defeat Freshmen Laws. Only
One Touchdown Made.
Know ye by these presents that the
Senior Laws met the Freshman Laws
on the football field yesterday after
noon, between the hours of 2:30 and 4
o'clock and duly played their annual
game. That the said Seniors outplayed
the said Freshmen In the following
points, to-wit: First, the said Seniors
kicked off, and through the, fumblo.of
said Freshmen, said Seniors got the
ball and made a touchdown In six sec
onds after said game was called. That
early in the first half a sad misfor
tune visited1 saidi Freshmen1 whereby
the captain of said Freshmen had one
of his lower extremities severely
wrenched, causing his withdrawal from
the field. That the said Freshmen did
fight manfully but through weak ends
they were entirely unable to with
stand the vigorous onslaughts of the
said Seniors and' said1 Seniors car
ried the ball most o'f the time. That
the said Seniors played one Llghtner,
a very swift and powerful man, who
made many spectacular plays and who
would have mode many touchdowns,
only for the efficient tackling of one
Myers, a Freshman, and a man much
honored by his constituents and who
received many cheers from the grand
stand. That said Senior goal was never In
danger, while that of said Freshmen
was oftem in great danger, a fact which
caused great fear to the friends of said
Freshmen throughout the entire game.
That all were equally glad when said
game was over and were unanimous in
rendering verdict for said' Seniors, who
won by a score of 5 to 0.
Frederick L. Burt, who played a
leading part in "Iris" at the Oliver last
evening in support of Virginia Harned,
Is a former University student. He
was also a pupil of John Randolph,
formerly an instructor in tho Con
servatory of Music. He has been with
the company of Julia Marlowe for four
years prior to the present season. He
has many friends and acquaintances
in the city who will be pleased to hear
of his rapid advancement In his chosen
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