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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1903)
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at taepottoflloo at Llnooln, Nebraska
aa aooond-olasa mall matter.
actlvo spirit of rivalry Is instituted,
which will stimulate Interest in gym
nasium work and call forth greater ef
fort. Tho reward is certainly worth
tho effort, and tho distinction Is one
that any aspiring young athlete might
well bo proud to gain.
Another encouraging step towards
raising the balance of tho Temple Fund
is that which has Just been taken by
the Y. W. C. A. girls. Although their
pledgo la a large one wo feel that they
have tho ability to redeem It, as they
have manifested a spirit that will per
mit of no failure in their undertaking.
Such substantial and grateful acknowl
edgements as have been manifested by
tho Christian associations here, of the
benefits promised to them through the
new Temple Is encouraging to those
laboring In the cause, whose duty It Is
to accomplish tno end that will give
to us a building of which we can all
bo proud when onco It Is within our
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NOW IN PROGRESS AT
THE A. M. DAVIS (O'S. STORE
THIS IS THE BEST TIME TO BUY FVRN1TUBE
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
The prospect for a debate with Wis
consin Is hailed with enthusiasm here,
as it will give us an opportunity to
teBt our strength In a lino In which
wo have excelled among thoso we have
met, with an Institution (hat stands as
ono of tho foromoBt In tho country. A
mooting with Wisconsin will mark tho
Initial stop In an expansion that will
take up Into new fields of conquest
whoro It 1b to bo hoped wo will find an
opportunity to gain such laurels as
have crowned our efforts In the past.
Already wo have proven ourselves su
perior to our neighboring Institutions,
having gained the championship of the
In this debate concentration of the
strongest and closest kind will be nec
essary, and a tremendous amount of
effort on tho part of our team will be
called for. In this, our first meeting,
with Wisconsin, wo must make a
strong showing, so as to Impress our
opponents with our worth and with
our strength In debate. Being aware
of this fact. It Is certain that those
having In charge tho training of the
team will neglect no opportunity to
strengthen their proteges In all the
arts that govern argumentation, so
that they will make the best possible
showing within their power.
Such a debate as is promised can not
'help but be one of the big University
events of tho year. Tho assuring pros
pect of meeting Wisconsin on our own
grounds can not fall to excite interest
and speculation as to how our strength
will measure with her's.
For as to tho showing we can make
against Wisconsin wo can only specu
late. Wo can not even make any
claims of being able to beat her, as
tho proposition seems a large one In
deed. However, when tho clash does
occur wo can trust to Nebraska repre
sentatives to acquit themselves with
honor and credit, as they always do,
no matter whom they meet.
Pedagogues Will Convene Here
During the HolidaySc
$50 SUIT GIVEN AWAY
Each and every cash $5.00 purchase entitles the cus
tomer to one chance on this suit.
Premiums in Silverwear is also given with cash fur
niture sales. NOTICE OUR Show
Window for Premiums.
Quito a degree of interest has been
manifested in tho Interdoor Athletic
Carnival which will occur December
16th. This is a now stylo of competi
tion that has been opened up for Ath
letic honors and bids fair to bring out
a representation of University athletes
of such class and ability as to mafte
the contest exciting and hard fought.
Men aro now training In the points
in which they excel, evincing a spirit
that speaks well both for their own
chances and for the success of the Car
nival. A corresponding event will bo
held in March and the man having the
greatest number of points in both con
tests will bq given tho title of Universi
ty "gymnast," and have tho privilege
of wearing an "N." Thus a clean
Programs for the twenty-eighth an
nual meeting of the Nebraska state
teachers' association, which will bo in
session from December 30th to January
1st, Inclusive, have been Issued. The"
program of tho general sessions In
cludes the following speakers:
James H. Canfleld, former chancel
lor of this University. Frank Roberson,
Joseph F. Nugent, William Gardner
Hale, William Wallace Stetson, Ed
ward Alsworth Ross, M. Adelaide Hol-
ton, Clara Cooper and Mrs. J. M. Pyle.
Among tho leading features of the
program are the Btate spelling contest,
to which representatives will be sent
from all parts of the Btate, and an art
exhibit. Prof. Willard Kimball will
have charge of tho music. The fore
noon and afternoon general sessions of
tho association will bo held In Memor
ial hall and tho evening lectures at St.
There will bo a reception by the
teachers of the Lincoln public schools
and tho faculty of tho University of
Nebraska In honor of ex-Chancellor
Canfleld In Memorial hall Friday, Jan-
flary 1st, from 4:30 to C:30 p. m. Thurs
day afternoon from 4 to 5 p. m., a re
ception will bo given by tho Latin de
partment of tho University In honor
of Dr. Hale, nt the homo of Professor
Barber, 1230 L street.
A bureau of Information will bo
maintained by tho local committee at
the University library and will bo open
until 6 p. m., each day of the associa
tion. In the evening the headquarters
of the bureau will bo found at St.
Paul's church. Teachers arriving dur
ing the day should go at once to the
University library building, where they
will find the headquarters of tho en
rolling committee and the bureau of
Information. Persons arriving on the
evening trains and desiring accommo
dations In private homes should go at
once to St. Paul's church. Enrollments
will be received after 6 p. m. each day
at tho bureau of information in St.
Paul's church nnxl at the enrolling ta
bles at tho various hotels. Tho infor
mation bureau will endeavor to furnish
guides so that teachers may be direct
ed quickly to boarding places.
require strong antidotes to eradicate
Now in tho name of all decency and
manhood, 1b this a necessary adjunct
to the Band Informal? It ought not to
be and so I repeat the question: Why
can not men act like gentlemen at a
dance as well as at any other place?
Is It too pertinent? S-
Wright Ii'Mg Co 117 No. 11th.
Lincoln Local Express. Tel. 787,
The Whltebroaat Co.. at 1106 G
Is tho place to buy coal.
Special prices to students desiring
typewriting work. 512 Rkliards block,
LOST Pair of undressed kid gloves.
Finder return to E. Colllngs or main
SENIORS Photos for Senior Class
Book must be in by December 18, '03.
Go to Townsend'B. Caps and gowns
provided. Order of committee.
Tbe OK Reliable
Brown Drug &
Text Books and Stu
THE SWAN FOUNTAIN PEN
Haa no superior.
We sell it.
127 South II Street.
I have a query. I want to know why
It Is that men can not act like gen
tlemen at a dance as well qs-at.t' any
other time and place. Is it safe to
say that unless men acKas gentlomon
most of tho time that they are not such
very much of the time, or is there any
relation between a gentleman and his
Tho question came up as a sequel to
the Band Informal last Friday evening.
The next day the floor of tho hall and
stairs leading to tho chapel were
strewn with burnt matches and cigar
ette snipes. Tho recitation room and
tho ladies' rest room were so thorough
y sutured with thto fumes as would
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Ever since this Btate was made tho .general western headquarters
of and tho distributing point for tho jovial old saint, Santa Claus, the
holiday goods have been cqming in bewildering variety. The assorU
ments aro perfect. They combine beauty and utility in tho highest de
gree. You can And just the right thing for both men and women,
youths and maidens, in this beautiful stock. This announcement 1b
for tho sale purpose of persuading you to drop in and see for your-,
self the generous amount of brilliant holiday goods and tho more than
generous low prices attached, to every one of them.
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