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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN.
FOOTBALL NUMBER Of "NtBltAShAN " TH ANkSOIYINfj)
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Cbc Daily Htbmkan
A consolidation of
The Hcuporlan, Vol. 31, Tho Nobraskan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet-and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, oxcor
opt Sunday and
Monday, nt tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hesperian Publish
ing Co. ' - '
O. V. P. Stout. ' Laurcnco Posslor.
II. I. Loavltt. ; ,
Dwight Cramor. . A. Ql Schrolbor.
Edltor-In-Chlof J. p. Clark
Manager. . . .' .".' Fred Naughton
Circulator. ...... .-. . . .Walter J3. Standovon
Athlotlc ,....n-....R. A. Van'Orsdcl
Editorial Itoomr. U 804. Business Oftlco,
U 2111. JfOBt qnico, Station A, Lin
Ofllco hours of Business Manager and
Bdltor, 11:00 to 11:30. daily.
Telephone' Automatic J 1528
Night Telephone Automatlo 2365
Subscription PrlcoA 12 per year In advance
Entered at tho postpfllco at Lincoln,
Neb., as ocond-class mall matter undor
Uie act of congress of March 3. 1879.
Individual , notices will bo, charged for
at tho rata of 10' cents for each insertion.
Faculty departmental and university bul
letins will gladly bo published free, aa
mado tho distinction botwocn man and
tho lower animals. Ho stated that
while tho latter Is guided solely by In
stinct, except whore modified by ex
perience, tho former is guided by in
stinct, experience and r.oason. Ho
next doflned Instinct ns being a blind,
vigorous and Irresistablo impulse to
action. Proceeding from this ns a
basis, ho gavo illustrations showing
where such animals as tho dog, horse
and tho chicken wore guided alono by
their Instinct, and in n few cases by
oxperience, whllo man alone was on
dowod with tho faculty of reason.
"Animals," said ho, "come Into the
world so constituted that they cannot
do otherwise than follow tho Impulse
of Instinct. Man, according to Pro
fessor James, possesses more Instinct
than any other animal, but by tho
training of a superior Intellect ho sub
ordinates, In many Instances, his In
stinct to his better jutlgmont.'L
A couplo of'ddys ago someone forced
tho door of tho faculty bulletin board
opon and stole tho poster advertising
tho Porshihg Rlflo hop. This is an old
trick which one would suppose had
soon its day, if not because studonts
saw how far from funny tUc, trick Is,
at loast becauso it is so stale. If stu
dent must" be hoodlums and thieves,
why not Invent some now "stunt" and
leave gum machines, cigar signs and
danco posters' alone. Besides, It Is
rathor dangerous, for wo have knpwn
students to got caught while stealing
those articles; 'and the police magis
trate orrtxo chnhcollo'r,' as tho case
may bo, for some strarigo reason falls
It bohooves tho "literati" of. this In
stltutlon to bear In mind that "Col
lier's Weekly" awards a prize of one
thousand dollars (in addition to Its
standard rate of flvo cents per printed
word) each quartor to the porson sub
mitting tho best short story during
that quartor. Tho present quarter
onHs November 30th. Tliero aro
many people, doubtless, who would en
tor these contests did they not believe
that tho' "man with tho reputation"
alono stands a chance. That this Idea
is wholly erroneous is proven by the
fact that in the Collier contest of
1901-1905, the first and third prizes,
five, and ono thousand dollars, wore
awarded to amateurs Mr. Thomas of
Harvard and Mr. Aldon 61 Stanford.
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H Hi I HV BV M B I VBVskl wj 11 K IhHHJ
At Your BooJk Stort. 'Prut go cmtt.
f t u t L j k Jy vkv
The Hamilton Club of Chicago holds,
nn intorrcollegiato oratorical contest
qVory year, at which very valuablo
prizes aro awarded. This year nine
universities and colleges will partici
pate. Tho -tfnlyorsitles of Chicago,
Wisconsin, Illinois, Mlnnesotu,vIndlana,
I Paid $18.00 Express Monday...
Qn,a lot of new bats I wanted in a hurry
Hats for young fellows who (jj CA
Want them hot off the reel. Price V"OU
Why Pay Morct BUDD, $2.50 Hatter
o sco the difference botween a little (
rport bya-college student aud-n plain
theft by, an ordinary cnminal.
A collogo paper is a great ihslltutlon.
Tho odltor gots all the-ultimo, tho
managor all the oxperience, and tho
..printer .nil tho money, If there Is any.
Hero too; Brother Shllton.
Jacob Relghard, an instructor in tho
University of Michigan) has'-glvon two
lectures In Memorial sHall on 'the hab-,
' Its and instincts of animals. Wednes
day night 'ho gavo aa Illustrated, lec
ture on" the' breeding and nesting
habits of fish. Yesterday, during con-
' vocation. pro rlod, ho spoke on tho "In
ftUact and; Rational in Human Do
kAyir."' - During tho, courso of his talk ho
Iowa and Michigan, Knox College and
Northwestern UnlvorsUy .will each
send one oration to tho final trials
These nine orations will be reduced to
four, which will bo delivered before
tho Hamilton Club In January. Tho
subjects must bo upon Aloxnnder Ham
ilton,, his contemporaries, or upon
ovonts in which he participated Only
undorgraduates will bo permitted to
Protected by Block Signals
Tho first railway In America to adopt tho ffysolute
Block System in tho operation f all trains was "the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Itfto-day -has more miles of road operated under
block signal rule than any other railway company.
Tho St. Paul Road raa tho first railway .to-iight
its trains by electricity, and it now lias more than
400 oleotrio-lightod passongor cars in daily sorvioo. '
Throe trains from Union Station, Omaha, to Union
Station, Chicago, every day.
For timo table, special rato write
F. A. NASH,
General Vterm Agent, 1B Farnam Street,
CRESCENT BOWLING ALLEY
1134 JN .STREET
PRIVATE -"ALLEYS - FOR LAblES
Dean Pound has Issued a forty-six
page pamphlet entitled, "Exorcises in
Conveyancing." It is under tho statp
laws and will prove very vnluable to
tho Btudonts In tho Law School.
Beekly, w,ho alternated Aylth Mason
at fullback until -his shoulder was dis
located In tho Crelghton game, Is-getting
along very well and hopes to get
Into tho game sometime this week, His
arm is still a .little stiff, but tho sore
ness has disappeared. " x ' ,
GREGORY THE C0AHMN
CHARLEJS B. GREGORY, U. of N. 91.
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