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Cftc Daily ttebraskan
A consolidation of
The Henperlan, Vol. 81, The Nobraslcan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dftllir."0xcept Sunday and
Monday, at the Unlwnty of Nebraska,
iiuooin, nooi, My mo . -
Board of Director.
O. V P. Stout. Laurence Fowler.
II, P. Leavltt.
' Dwlght Cramer. A. G. Schrelber.
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Athletic R- A, Van Oredel
Editorial Itoomb. tM04, Buslnesa Office.
U 2UVi. Post Offlco, Station A, Wn
Students' Debating Club.
Tfao nttondanco at tho club was
light last Saturday night and a good
many wero restless and soon loft
to talto part In tho football demonstra
tions that' wore being held on tho
campus, but those who-rcmalnod heard
a" good dobaTo. The speakers adhered
moro closely to tho rules and princi
ples of dobato thttri is gonorally tho
case, Tho question was well analyzed
and tho discussion was systematic
A now plan will horoaftor be fal
lowed in tho parliamentary drill.
Horotoforo tho object and aim of tho
drill has boon to malo motion after
motion, amond, rescind, reconslderr
appeal, pile motion on motion, iff
O'fflco 'hoUnToTBaslncsa Manager and short, do anything to confuso tho
Editor ll?oo to ll:a dally.
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, Kntocod at tho postonjeo at Mneoln.
Neb;, aa second-class mall matter Under
tbe act of congress of March 3. 1870.
Individual notices will bo charged for
at tho rate of 10 cents for caoh Insoruon.
FuouUy departmental and university bul
letins rlll gladly be published free, as
"' TOO MUCH GRAFT.
' la anothor column is givon an ac-
count of tho froshraan hop committee
estorday hiornlng, and tho statement
laWdo that tho prlco of tickets was
b bofcoC at a dollar and a half. This
aavo'rs tdb .much of graft, and in tho
words of thoxcomodlnn, "Enough Is too
much." It is time to call a halt on
lli'ls habit of charging; what tho traffic
wllr boar as regards Unlvoralty func
Uona. Up until last year tho tickets
to thff froshman hop had always beon
o'no dolldYK and oven thon thoro. was
sorno flight excuse for raising tho
price, slnco thbxdanco was givon at"
.tho Lincoln Holol. which almost
(SUwibles- tho coat of tho hop, and tho
Hop of; tho year boforont tho same
placo had-not bon able to pay out at
7rico of ono dollar a tlckotixThis
jtear tho bop is to bo given at Kra-
tbrnltyHall, howovor, nndth6r6 Is
nojustlflcatlon forvtho action pf tho
committoo n ralslngthb prlco of tick
ets. Tho only ground for it is graft,
pure and simple. This will forpbably
draw from tho npmbors ot tho com-
Ittco an Indignant rpilly that they
aroNDuroly dlalntorostod and will turn
all profits oror to tho class, but wo
havo jipvoc yet seen tho class that got
alltho profits and ovon If this yoar
thcro wore an "ojccoptlon to tho gen
oral nilo, still thb vctoment of graft
remains, excepting that tho graft is
qn, Iho part of tho whole class instead
of on tho part- ot tho individual, and
wo doc't know but what ono is as bad
as tho other. No University danco-
asldo from, tho proms should cost
'moro than a dollar, In, view qf tho
absonco of decorations and rofroBh
monts, and tho' froshmon canno. jus
tify thomsolves in raising tho price; -'
chairihan. Tho offect of so much
complicated motion and commotion
did not seem to be conducive to good
results. Only a fow of the stronger
raombors could comprohend the tech
nicalities involved. Tho majority of
tho mombors sat blindly through the
proceedings. Attempt will bo made
at tho noxt meeting to simplify the
parliamentary drill. Regular resolu;
tions nndj)llls will be presented, tho
houso will bo divided, the motions will
I bo 'debated, nmendod and acted upon,
not with a vlow of confusing tho .chair
man, but of passing or defeating tho
A Ulll of fourteen dollars In favor
of tho Union Socloty, the club's share
In tho exponso of furnishing the hall,
was presented nnd nlloWod. Deconi
bor 9 set ob the date of th& "Co-ed"
program.! An Intellectual, physical
nnd social feast la being plnnned.
At the next mooting the club wlif
discuss the question, Resolved, That
Germany Is justified, in raising tho
high tariff that she has proposed
against tho United States. Tho speak
ers on tho affirmative are Qf F. Wal
lacoxand Don Routs; on tho negative,
R. M. Bates and R. R. Hill.
Dramatic Club Test.
Tho first test for membership In the
Dramatic Club wilkbo hold Monday,
Novembor 27. All who desire to be-
como mombors of Iho clubshould hand;
In tholr names to MIss.Howelkand con
sult wIUKher regarding- the character
of their selections. 'Tho Dramatic
Club Is now Open to any regularly
matriculated studout or member of
thQ faculty. It. is desired to raise tho
standard of tho club anil membership
will bo llmltod to those of ability In
dramatic work. .
v " Convocation Today.
Hpn. John Mockott, ox-speaker of
thoiNobra8ka HoUso of Rpprosenta
Uvea; will occupy ho cohyocatlon
period this morning with an address
ou"Llfe Insurance,' with especial re
gard to tho present disclosures made
by tho investigation now being made
in Now York. For the busy student
wlic has little timo to follow .tho
courao', of important 'events1 in tho
newspapers, this address will bo in
valuable, and will bo of lntorost to nil.
Tho Frcshmnn Hop committee held
a meeting yesterday morning and
made arrangemqnts for. tho jlance,
Thojrtato selected, was January 12,
which Is tho first Friday on which tho
hall add, musicians could bo secured.
Walt's full orchestra will Xurnlsh the
music. Althought tho hop is to be
givon in Fraternity Hall, the price of
tickets wasralsed to . a 'dollar and a
a Tho Sophomore' football team con
tinued ite dally; practice yesterday on
.the. football field. A short, lively prac
tlco was energetically carrlod through.
B. R. H dAllcmand, who graduated
In forestry last June, has been em
ployed In the United States Forest Sor
vico in Colorado, near Pike's Peak. He
has recently been promoted to tho posi
tion of forest export, with a substan
tial increase In his salary. Part of the
tJrae Mr. d'Allehiand haa beon in full
charge of tho work o the station.
Mr. R. H. Shaw, assistant chemist of
the Kansas Experiment Station, vis
ited tho University the first of tho
wteek. Whllo hero ho arrangejd to bo
dn work for the. doctor's degree In ab
sentia. Mr. Shaw, spent -,two years at
the University of Zurich beioro1 accept
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