The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 04, 1903, Page 2, Image 2

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A comolldutlon of
The Hcaporlnn, Vol. ai , The Nobnwlcnn, Vol. lo,
Scarlet and Cream, Vol. i.
Edltor-ln-Chlef
dtmlncsa Manager
Circulator
John O. Rice
A. Q. Bohrelbor
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A. P. Becker
Oajlord a. Bonnett
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Athlotlo
Literary
ItK'roiirKiic P A. EwIiik. Violet Irwin, C
II. Taylor. W. '. Uiunm-y. Edirar Mollott,
and Mabel Fooler.
OITlc: Editorial, U 3OTM; Biwlnenn, U 211)$.
Poat Olllce, Box 18, Station A, Lincoln.
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Subscription Price, $2 por your. In advance.
Butored at tho postofTloo nt Lincoln, Nobraska
as necond-olaw mall matter.
Editorial Remarks
Tho prchidi nt of n e Junior cIiish luis
been ftlwu the power to appoint a de
buting squad vhi b insures another
KtronK forensic attraction, for this
year. The Seniors have already a ted
lo the same pin pose When they meet
the contefct will he worth speinp;. and
doubt less will attract wide-spread at
tention in the University.
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Tomonow's Issue of The Nebraska n
will consibt of foui pages. This is for
merely business reasons aleme. The
-t-traln on our aeherttsers entailed by
our Special Issue lias been too severe to
permit our l mining the usual amount
of Satuiday aeheitising Aftei tills
week, howe'WT. we- expect to publish
our Saturday's issue In the snnie form
and of the same sl.e as heretofore
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Among the spei lal football editions
of college papeis that base come to our
table we note the following. The Mis
souri Independent . Dally lowan, Pur
due Exponent. The Tech. (Boston,
Mass), The Atheneoum Vox Wesle"jana
(Winnipeg, Manitoba), and the I. S.
C. Student (Ames, la.) All of these
issues represent a high artistic finish
and an unusuaLj degree of complete
ness. The papeis of the Universities
of Michigan, Wiseonsin, anel Minnesota
will soon publish their usual annual
football numbers.
Kauris' action In sending letteis to
members of the "Big Nine" inveighing
agajr.st NebiasUa's admission to that
organl.atlon was an underhanded in
sult that rained tor her the contempt
of those she bought to peisuade. When
ever we have auv rivalry with any eith
er institution we seel; to settle it in
gome substantial foun. through either
athletic or debating contests, acknowl
edging our elefeut If beaten and giving
our opponents elue eTcdit for their good
showing. At all events we never hopo
to stoop so low as to attempt to injure
them by writing letters. But if we
have anything to say we say It openly,
and do not earry In the folds of our
sleeve some torni of e-oncentrated ma
lignity to spring whenever we think
that wo have an opportunity
Some of the charitably disposed pub
lications of neighboring institutions
continue to show In their weak way
their intense borrow that Nebraska
should make such a splendid leeeirel ein
the gridiron this year. So inconsist
ent nre their aiguments tkat they en
deavor to bring foith anel se monoto
nous have tney become through the
lepetition of statements, that they tire
rather than convince. So great is their
poverty of ideas that tho same material
suffices for all of them. When one, in
a fit of malignant Jealousy, undertakes
to quote some unheard of truths, the
others, following In Its wake, either
copy the same material or rewrite it
giving it a color of their own. express
ing in a iudlcrouB fashion some out
right misrepresentation that enn not
stand for a moment in the face of a
close analysis.
Each one of these institutions that
Fepk to misrepresent us have been
beaten by Nebraska and instead of
showing a gentlemanly spirit they per
sist In drawing out In wretched fashion
a petty form of abuse and using eery
underhanded trick in their limitless
repertoire to Injure us. They are tne
kind that have abused every rite of
hospitality to visiting athletic teams,
and debating teams, and It Is quite nat
ural that they should seek to insult an
Institution where notnlng of the kind
is ever allowed to take pla e They
seek excuse for their defeat by (barg
ing their opponents with unfairness,
and such statements as they make are
leccived everywheie cum grano sails.
There Is ol course, "o special need of
taking up and lefming their beparate
statements, as they effuse nt random
and without lesponsiblllty, but it is
well to call attention to their untoward
conduct in a general way, not giving
their statements any serious considcr
tlon, but dwelling upon the motives by
which they are piompted.
To Debate Negro Question.
Next Saturday night the Union lub
will debate the "Nrgro Question" This
is the cii(stion for debate, on week
from Satuiday night between Doane
College and the Union club The
Ibiee speakeis who will icpiesent the
club at Ciete in the joint debate, are
I O Pfeifei. R ('. James, and Mr.
Mc Reynolds will take the affirmative,
while Mllek. Lev) and Shelbo.nne will
take the negative. Special piepaiation
has br n made on this question, and
a lively discussion is expected.
EnglUR Club Program.
The English club meets Satuiday
evening with Miss Bowen at Ki2l V
street. Those who will read are Mr.
Frye, Miss Dorothy Oreen and Miss
Clara Koch New membeis lecently
elected are Miss Woodman. Mr. P. II.
Pearson Mibs Koch, who comes from
the Engllbh club a' the Unlver.,1 of
Missouri; Miss Music. Miss Ade! I ath
ro.i. Mr. Hunter and Mr David ITlm
gren. Sigma Xi Officers.
Their has been a change ot offieeis
i:i the Sigma XI society, caused by the
resignation of Dr White and Dr. Hill
The following are the piesent acting
officers:
Piesldent- Plot. -T-. L. 1 yon.
Vice President Prof. R. H. Wolcott.
Coi responding Sccietary Prof. Candy.
Record Secretary Dr. B. Dales.
Tieasurei Prof. Richards.
Y. W. C. A. Meeting.
Mrs. Hinman wil speak on her 'Per
sonal Reminiscences of Turkey" Sun
day, December (. at 3 p. m., in room
U. 0j.
On account of the ajjsence of Profes
ror Peisinger, the class In "Current
Events" elicl not discuss the labor sit
uation yesterday afternoon, but lis
tened to a very profitable talk by Pro
fessor Caldwell on "Grafting." He ix
plained the historj of "graft" in the
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United States.
Union Shining Parlor, 1018 O St.
Chairs for ladles and gentlemen.
The "Toggery Quitts" sale of men's
furnishings has made a sensation
among the young men tills week. To
day anel tomorrow a special effort will
he' made te close out the stock. $5.00
Dunlap hatsMor $3.25. $35.00 suits for
$24.F). and orHe r bargains at the same
rate.
The Old Reliable
Brown Drug &
Book Co.
Text Books and Stu
dents' Supplies.
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New hard Gold Molded Colymtxa
Records at Half Price, 25c eagh
Full line of Barney & Berry Skates.
ATHLETIC GOODS
Of Kvery Description
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