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tbt Daily fiebraskan.
A. ooUBolldatlon of
flu KMparUn, Vol. 81, The Nebnukaa, ToL to,
Beartol and Orvam, ToL i.
John D. IUm
A. O. Boferlbr,
O. . Sawyer
News - - - P. A. BwlnK
Athletic - - J. W. Hoar
I Imary Dorothy Green
Reporter! D. P. De Young and Mablt FotaUr
and Raymond H. McCaw.
I Editorial. TJ VXM Btulnera. TJ tllM.
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The Kansas men are here, prepared
to make a hard flght for victory over
Nebraska, and It 1b plain that they
have not come without hopes of realiz
ing the purpose that they have In view.
Kansas naturally has set great store
upon this debate, as well as ourselves,
for she has prestige to recover, while
we must strive to preserve what we al
ready have. We can not help feeling
that the Interests of our Institution are
deeply concerned In this contest, as
well dB the motives of pride and patri
otism that the student body might nat
It is hardly necessary to further ex
bort the. University public to patron
ize this debate, as the returns already
made show that there Is little necessity
for any more effort along these lines.
The affair has indeed been well adver
tised, and there remains practically
nothing more to do preliminary to the
debate. We would suggest, however,
that the University public would get
Into the proper spirit and make their
representatives feel that they have
strong moral support. So much for
our side of the case, and now as to
Kansas. We welcome the Kansas team
and truBt that Its stay In Lincoln may
be mado as pleasant as possible. We
expect them to do their best to over
throw our team.
Tennis will call for considerable at
tention from now on, as matters are
beginning to become active In this Im
portant branch of athletics. Prepara
tions are being mado for the tourna
ments to decide on the men who shall
meet Minnesota and Iowa, as a matter
of accommodation it is hoped that all
who hayo been paired should play off
tnelr games as soon as possible, so that
tne finals may bo more quickly reached.
This "Will expedite matters and there
is Indeed much need for haste.
Tho western athletes seem to have
furnished a number of surprises at the
big track meet at Chicago, some of
thorn having outclassed their eastern
rivals quite easily. Athletics is cer
tainly strong in the west, and each
passing year sees longer strides of
progress taken. At our larger Insti
tutions" this branch Is being constantly
built up and strengthened, until It now
seemB that the east will have to flght
hard to maintain its lead. The west
nas shown up strong against the east
in track work, and it is quite likely
that she would do likewise In other de
partments of athletics Iffrequent meet
ings were possible. The general dis
parity Is not 60 great that it can not
bo overcome, as it has already been
greatly lessened. Things are better
established In eastern institutions, and
when more settled conditions are made
possible In tho west, It Is even possi
ble that a reversal of excellence in ath-
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For spring wear a new pair of gloves. That is one
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letics may take place. And so when
ever we hear of a western team or
champion overcoming an eastern rival
it is but natural that we should take
pride in the achievement as a victory
for tho west.
Minstrel A Success.
The Girls' Minstrel Show played to
an Immense house at the Oliver last
night and scored a great success. The
clogging of the end men was perhaps
the most nonular feature of the even
ing, but the singing was al excellent,
and the Jokes genuine. Lack or space
prevents a detailed account of the en
tertainment. The "Kiss Waltz," of
Miss Grace' Clark, "Hannah,"' "In Sun
ny Spain," and the "Gypsy Love Song."
however, were nearly all encored.
During the Interlude two announce
ments were made by the interlocutor,
"Slstah Patterson." One was the bul
letin of The Daily Nebraskan, giving
the result of the big game with Minne
sota. This evoked choer after cheer
and raised the audience to a great pitch
of enthusiasm. The other announce
ment called attention to the Glee Club
concert at the Oliver May 6th.
After the Interlude a number of spe
cialties were Introduced which were
well equal to the other features. The
club swinging of Miss Woodsmall, ban
Jo duet by Shifty Sadie and Mose
Cleveland, and the Indian Song by Miss
Clark were appreciated more perhapb
than any of the other numbers which,
however, were nearly ann encoreu.
The Dramatic club Ib to be congrat
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