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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1903)
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RiPOiiTKm. P. X. EwIdk. Violet Irwin, C
II. Tnylor. W. C. Itnmicy, Edgar Mollott,
and Mabel Fo-cHlor.
OIIIcmi Editorial, D KXTM; Biwlncw, U 211
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as sooond-olaHS mail matter.
noon the members of tho classes whose
teams nie to play, should be out In full
force to support their representatives.
The first nmber of the Lincoln
Academy News has come to our desk.
The edltlors-ln-chlef are Misses Nellie
I,. Dean and Adelo Lathrop, and to
support them In their work a large
and ofTlclent staff of assistant editors
and reporters has been provided. The
paper Is a neat folio and represents
the Academy In a very creditable man
ned. The spirit and enthusiasm that
are evident In this, the Initial number,
betokens a successful career and Its
ability to occupy a useful place in' Its
own field of activity.
Another Stolen Oration.
The Pers'lug Hllle Hop Is attracting
a great deal of Interest Just now, and It
piomiEes to be one of the leading events
In University society of the year. The
fact that this event will be entirely
free from home of the objectionable Im
positions that have distinguished many
social functions heie In the past, Is
having an Influential effect. A clean
and honoiably conducted affair such as
this promises to be can not fall to be
popular and reflect credit upon those in
The (i ass-os are beginning to take
an active interest In basket ball, and
soon the conUUs between the different
lepresentathe teams will be on. The
Sophomores have already organized
and are the first in the field. The other
elasros will shortly follow suit, and
some excitement is promised as soon
as the iival teams clash to settle this
question of supiemacy. Last year much
Interest was centered In the struggle
for the Inter-class championship, and
theie is little doiibt but the contests
this year will be equally attractive.
Basket boll hns served as a stimulus
to class spirit and has aroused a feel
ing of rivalry which being confined
wlihln moderate limits, has taken the
place of undesirable demonstrations of
the past. This Is along tho lino that
class spirit may be built up, as such at
traction serve to rouse the interest of
the students and bring out a strong ex
pression ot sentiment. Each of tho
classes have many good playeis. and
if thoy can all be made to come out
and practice the standard of class bas
ket ball will bo greatly elevated.-
The Senlcrs and the Fieshmen are
still undecided as to the merns of their
respective teams, and another gridiron
battle has been scheduled for next
Wednesday to settle the question of su
premacy. Although the time Is rather
late for such a game, there are many
who wish to see this much disputed
point settled In a definite manner. Such
a healthy spirit of rivalry as was en
gendered over tho last contest is pleas
ing to behold, and In this way the dor
mant Interest of the classes Is awak
ened nnd made to Hash forth spontane
ously in enthusiastic demonstration.
The rallying cries of "Eat 'em up, Se
niors!" and "Stonewall, Ereshles!"
ringing out bold and strong, seem musi
cal to those who have a desire to see a
manifestation of class spirit once hi a
"whllo. Both the Seniois and the Fresh
men feel that a loss would be sustained
by them, If their team should he defeat
ed, and from the fact that each is deter
mined to Vln, a hard fought gam; may
he expected. Next Wednesday after-
To another gross case of plagiarism
the attention of tho college world has
been called. Last summer and early In
the fall the secular and college press
was commenting on the proved guilt
of tho leader of the class of 1C03 at
Brown, who plagiarized his pilzo com
mencement oration. And now comes
die case of another aspirin student at
tending Drake university, Dos Moines,
who won tho state college oratorical
contest last week. Ho has been ac
cufrd of plagiarism and has admitted
the charge. He odvanies the novel de
fense that thought Is n common pro
duct and he therefore had the right to
It. His oration was entitled: "The
Sublimity of Great Convictions," and
was largely a reproduction from a
chapter in "Patriots and Principles,"
coiled "Tho Value of Decision." Tho
plagiarism was discovered by a girl
In- the So.ihomoi'er class.
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An Interesting Photograph.
The Historical society lias Just re
ceived a photograph of Logan Fonta
nels, p. late chief of the Omaha In
dians. The society has been endeavor
ing to secure one but' found it quite
djillcult to secure. Through tho co lrte
sy of Judge John Q.iOoss. of Bellevuo.
this one was sr cured. The photograph
will bo copied In ciayon. The picture
will be used in the life of J. Sterling
Logon Fontanollo was the son of a
French trader. His mother was an
Omaha Indian woman. Chief Logan
took an Important part In Indian af
fair in the state.
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The Unhcislty of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Chancellor's Office. Decembor 3, 1903.
Dear Sir: You. your family and your
fi lends are Invited to attend a lecture
in Memorial Hall. University of Ne
braska, by the distinguished" Professor
Stephen Panarctoff, of Robert College,
Constantinople, next Monday evening,
Dec-ember 7th, at 8 j. m . on the thrill
ing political struggle now going on in
the Balkan peninsula. Mr. Panaretoff
Is a first-hand authority on tho sub
ject, and a fine speaker.
The lecture Is free to all.
E. BENJAMIN ANDREWS,
The books on plant physiology are to
bo moved from Dr. Bessey's office to
the room occupied by Professor Hoald,
where they will be much more occessf
b'o t ) students of this phase of botany.
In tbe-near future It 1 hope i that
the books on forestry can be .ch-nfcfd
lo a mere convenient place also. Tho
fcatlv oer-orowded condition of 1 1.-3
b-uiii.'oal loom's has never been n.i-o
apparent hn at the present time
Copies of our special football num
ber can still be had at the Co-Op. Those
deslilng copies should ak for them
at once, as tho edition Is limited.
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