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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1904)
ttbe H a . ' j ? tlebraeftan
Cfle Dally ntbraskau.
X. consolidation of
Dm Xttptri&n, Vol. 81, The Nobrsakaa, Tl to,
Scarlet and Oreun, VL i.
A. m. 0arbr
0. X. fewyar
Ncwj - - P. A. Ewlng
AthUtlc - - J. W. Hoar
literary - Dorothy Grttn
Re porttn D. P. D Young and Mabtt Fouler
nd Raymond H. McCaw.
Post Oflloa, Box IB, gtallon A, Lincoln.
Babaorlption Prloa, S3 pr year. In adraaa
Btred at the poatoflloo nt Ltnoola, Nebraska
as wooond-olau mall matter.
Iowa secured her appropriation nftc
ono of the hardest flgnts in ttute leg
lulat lvo chambers In behnlf of an cdu
rational institution: Tho leglslatur
at first decided to allow only a ema'
rart of tho umount asked, and out c
this grew a conteEt which will I
memorable bocauso of the Bovcrlty c
the ctrlfe. Ono of the factors enterln
In wa3 tho feasibility of.moing th
engineering departmpiit to the AgT;
rultuial school nt Ames. Another wr
tho action taken to institute a boan
of trustees having supervision of a
the state educational institutions c
Iowa, which was at last repealed. No
that tho discord It; over the Iowans ai
drawing a free biealh again and con
gratulating themselves because the in
tercets of their institution have no
Tho new debating league will b
made a reality this evening, when the
debating clubs will take decisive action
regarding It. The advantages of its or
ganization arc- at onco apparent. The
debating clubs havo been worrying
along with a Email and disinterested
membership and lack of organlzntloi
and definite purpose was sovorely felt
Nono of tho clubs met regularly, and
Bamo of them failed to hold a scssioi
even when a meeting was announced
Oftentimes tho members were uncer
tain as to whether they should go or
not. fearing lest they be disappointed
In finding r.o one but themselves pres
ent. All of tho clubs 1iave done good
work and avo a record behind them.
Each has contributed men who have
fought battles in tho Interstate con
tests. We nre glad to seo that their
combined activities will bo continued
under a strong organization, and we
hopo to seo tho new debating league
occupy a strong place in the field of
Tho following agreement inubt be
slpned by all athletes at Chicago, who
take rooms In the training quarters In
"Upon the consideration of being
allowed the privelege of rooming In
tho training qimiftcrs In Hitchcock
hall, In conjuncion with all other
mrmbcirt of the hall. I hereby make
the following agreement:
"First 1 agree to regaid the room
which I occupy, the walls, the furni
ture, and tho building as a whole, as
If it were my own, and I will do my
utmost to pi event them from damage.
"Second During niy ttay In the
training quartets, even during those
periods when the teams are not II
training, 1 agic not to use tobacco In
ny room nor anywhere In the bujld
ng, nor permit it to be used in th
oom, and I will do all I can to pre
cnt lt being used by vltitots in th
"Third I agree not to indulgo I)
uy gambling in training quarters ant
111 not permit any gambling to tak
lace In my room.
"Fourth I agree not to bring -jr
use any liquors In my room, nc
l the training quarters, nor allov
aom to be used in my room.
"Fifth As a member of the train
g quarters and therefore interestei
l preserving the beauty and utlllt
f tho building as well a the goot
imp of tho nthletic men or the Uni
3rslty, I agree to join with the res
f my fellow team mates in makini
Ills a clean, sweet and beautiful ath
"Sixth If I full to keep this agree
tent, I understand that I fully foi
3!t my right to the privileges of tlh
L- H. S. Alumni Banquet.
The executive- commltteo oi tho Lin
oln High School Alumni association
net the committee of the class of 1903
.Vcdne6day evening nt tho high school.
Manb for tho Annual Alumnla banquet
vero discussed and It was decided to
cavo tho preparation of the banquet
o the class of 1903. Tho executive
ommltteo will take charge of the
orogram. It was decided to make the
banquet a more prominent feature ol
'he occasion than has been done In the
past few years. It Is desired not onlj
to use the banquet as a means of wel
coming tho graduating class into the
iSbociatlon. but to bring together as
many as possible of tho old graduates
to exchange renilnlscencea, and renew
their fealty to tho high school. There
will probably be an hour's reception
tho first of the evening, then the ban
quet, followed by toasts. When tho
banquet and toasts nre completed, at
about 10:30, there will be dancing for
those who wish. President C. C. Hyatt
appointed tho following committee to
prepaio tho list of-speakeis aud toasts:
Mlso Doiothy Oreen, chairman; Mrs
Robbino, Miss Shnmp, John Westover
Clnrenco Johnson, C. C. Hyatt. This
commltteo will meet Monday evening,
April 25th, at tho High SchooT. to com
plete tho preparation, of tho program.
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