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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1903)
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Zfo Daily Ilebtaskan.
A consolidation of
Tho Hetporlan, Vol. M, The NobrMkrin, VoL lo,
Bcarlok mid Crcnm, Vol. 4.
John D. Rlo
A. O. Bchrelber
0. A- Sawyer
A. P. Becker
Qnrlord O. Bonnott
RicronTKiw 1 A. Ewlnn, Vlolot Irwin, C
II. Taylor. W. C. Rnmwiy, BdRtir Mollutt,
nnd Mnbcl FoHMlor.
0Hcoat Editorial, U XOH', Bulncw, U 211).
Tost OtHoo, Box 10, Station A, Lincoln.
Snbsorlptlon Prio, f3 per year. In dvanoe.
Entered at tho pottoffloo at Lincoln, Nobroaka
an ooond-clnss mall matter.
Tho necessity of supporting tho two
Kreat games that now remain has been
preBonted to the student body In a forc
ible manner. The utmost necessity of
making these two games a big financial
Buccess Is now apparent, and we should
not neglect to display every energy
In accomplishing this moBt desirable
reBUlt. Students Bhould write to their
homo papers In regard to the Thanks
giving game as this could not help but
produco good results In many Instances,
by swelling tho list of those who con
template taking advantage of the ex
It 1b needless to say that Knox is
a Btrong team, but when one attempts
to figure on its chances against Ne
braska ho finds himself trying to solve
a perplexing problem. There Is no
basiB of figuring on their respective
merits, as neither has met a common
foe. But acordlng to all reports Knox
does not seem to bo as strong as last
year, although Saturday's game ma
provo the contrary. Our chlefest hopo
now Is that the field may oe In a fit
condition and that tho people will turn
out and relieve all contingency of fur
ther complaints of lack of support.
Kansas has experienced another re-
verso, being defeated by the strong
Washburn College team by a score of
G to 0. Having already been beaten
by tho Haskell Indians, sho will be
pushed to tho extreme measures in
attempting to recover her prestige. Wo
may look for a hard game at Law
rence, whether the score be large or
small, as tho Kansana will make des
perato attempts to retrieve themselves
against Nebraska. A team that has
recently suffered a defeat Is a most
dangerous opponent, as we found In
the game with Iowa. Such goads as.
college prido and spirit and an ambi
tion to regain-a prominent place among
western institutions in football, will
-arouse tho Kansas players and rooters
to superhuman efforts. The matter of
supporting tho team has been brought
to tho attention of tho Kansas stu
dents, and all realize that th,e team
must take a brace or resign itself
hopelessly to defeat. Hence we may
look for a dangerous opponent in Kan
sas, and tho larger the contingent that
goes from hero, tho bettor abjo will
it be to counteract the odds against
our team, as entailed by the rooting.
Wo wish to venture a little informa
tion to our subscribers who are ac
customed to receive their paper In the
postofflco from our circulator at chapel
time. In order to facilitate the distri
bution of papers a now arrangement
has been made whereby those whose
names are Included in the list from A
to J will get their papers from Mr.
Sawyer, our circulator, and the rest
can sccuro their papers 'fom Mr.
Schreiber, our business manager. The
growth of our list has necessitated this
change in tho method of distribution,
and in this way we are sure that our
readers will be able to secure' their
papers more easily than before. And
as a favor to those handling the papers
wo request that each man call out his
name distinctly, as this will save them
the trouble of turning to Identify the
Students desiring to keep posted on
current events should not neglect the
bulletin boards. Such announcements
as the Introduction of new courses, pri
vate announcements and notices to
classes may be found there.
It Is- well to keep posted on every
thing that happens about us and thero
is nouiing mat win uetter enable ub
to do this than a frequent close Inspec
tion of the bulletin boards.
The Kansas management expects a
big crowd at the Nebraska game and
Is making preparations for putting In
extra bleachers. Accommodations for
600 people will be added, consisting of
six long sections or rows. And In this
connection it Is well to remind those
who expect to attend from here and
have not made their Intentions known,
to register at once. For If Kansas
Is called upon to nccommodate a record-breaking
crowd, we should try to
have a good representation there
one that will make its presence felt.
English 17 Debate.
In ITnelith 17, the advanced course
In debate Messrs. V. J. Helm, C. C.
Wilbura, J. C. McReynolds and S. E.
Black argue the direct-primary ques
tion this afternoon at 1 o'clock in U.
10G. Messrs. Helm and Wllhurn take
tho affirmative. The hour from 3 to 4
o'tlock will, as usual In the debate
courses, be given up to criticism of the
Zoology Club Meets.
The Zoological club met In the re
search laboratory of Nebraska hall yes
terday afternoon from 4 to G. The en
tiro period was taken up in the discus
sion of a paper by Prof. B. U Seawell
of Warren8burg. Mo. Mr. Seawell has
been carrying on a lage" series of ex
periments under the (direction of Dr.
H. B. Ward, to determine the condi
tions that affect the lower forms of
acquatlc life in a chain of lakes near
Warrensburg. Professor Seawell has
found an uncommon decrease In the
acquatlc organisms after a heavy rain
fall, and has as yet been unable to
In any way account for this fnct, nor
does any author of standard works on
this subject treat of it. Even special
ists in this field fail to offer any sug
gestions and to most of them the phe
nomenon is entirely new. Professor
Seawell expects to spend considerable
time here this winter working over his
'collection and preparing results for
An Owl for Historical Society.
Tho Historical society has recolved
a live monkey-faced owl from Mr. Al
bert Brown, of Lincoln, who caught
the bird In the woods south of the
town. Tho bird is of considerable In
terest to the society, owing to the
fact that the species Is not supposed
to exist in this part of tho country.
The owl will be kept alive for a few
days and then stuffed and placed on
exhibition in the society's rooms.
Lincoln Local Express, 11th and N.
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