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THE DAVLY INEBRASKAN.
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tbt Daily Hebraskan
x." A'iconsolldntlon of - ,
The IlesporlAn, Vol. "31, Tlio Nebraskan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
-Monday, at tho University of Nobnmlca,'
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Ilosporlan Publish
ing Co. '
Board of Directors.
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Manager Fred NaUghton
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Entered at tho poBtofllco at Lincoln,
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tho act of congress of March 3. 1870.
Individual notices will bo charged for
nt tho rato of JO cents for each Insertion.
Faculty departmental nnd university bul
letins will gladly bo published free, as
The souvenir Football number of the
Dally Nebraskan has been taken off
sale at the book stores, but there are
a few copies at the office of the No-,
braskan which' may be had at the regu
lar price, ten cents.
DO SOME PR08ELYTING.
Most of the largo, student body of
tho Unlvorslty will spend the Christ
jnius vacation at home, and oach one
of Ihese will have an opportunity to
Kay a good word for tho University to
some young man or young lady who
intends) to . onter college , within the
noxt year, or so. Kaun student should
fel It his. duty to talk for Nebraska at
every opportunity, and should feel It
a personal., fault should any acquain
tance wliqjs solectlng a collego selecjt
somo' other IhuU -Ncbrnskn. Shpw him
how. Nebraska Is ranked among tho
universities of tho country, and make
Him feel that.lt is not only u duty hut
a prhilego to attend tho University of
his slato. ".
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This .will bo the, last number of tho
"Dally Nobrttskan" until after tho
Christmas, holidays, the next issue be
ing on Thursday, January 4. Wo wish
all students a "merry Christmas and
happy Now Year and trust that each
will enjoy" himself so thoroughly dur
ing tho vacation that ho will come
brick with on added zest for college
work and a dcopor desire to bo and do
something In tho University.
New Coast Rules for Football.
The Joint athletic committee of
Stanford and California Universities
met last' week and adopted the follow-tag-resolution
regarding, the reform of
football ns playedhon-tho coasts -
"Jlesolvod, by tho Joint Athlo(lc
Commltteo of tho University of iCa.ll
fornin andho Leland Stanford Junior
University, that wo recommend tp tho
faculties of tho two univorsitlos in
question that the Intercollegiate foot
ball contest shall bo no longer hold
undor tho regulations of tho present
football Rules Commltteo. Wo rec
ommond as a substitute the present
English Rugby game, or else the pros
out Amorlcan game with such modifi
cations as shall 'promise to eliminate
tho existing evils."
Miss .Chambers of the School of Art
is again ablq to attontl classos,, hav
ing recovered from a recont attack
of la grippe
Laws 'Hold Meetlna. v
The Law classes hold a Joint motj
lngxyesterdny morning during tho con;
vocation hour to discuss tho law book.
Tho ddltor, Mr. Davis," nnd the man
ager, Mr. Rolfson, told of the kind of
book they wanted to get out, and of tho
possibility ogpttlng out such a -book
without financial loss If all the classes
pulled together. As the Junior clns&
hud decided not to take part In the
publication, several members wero
called upon to assign reasons for this
action, and an effort was made to per
suade thorn of tho error of their ways.
Nothing definite was done, excepting
tho-promiso of President Corey of the
Juniors to call a meeting for the pur
pose of reconsidering the action taken
at tho last one.
Dr. E. Holovtchiner Will Lecture.
Arrangements hnvo been made for
Dr. -E. Holovtchiner to lecture at the
University. Tho lecture will bo given
In Memorial Hall, Friday ovening, Jan
uury the 12th. Dr. Holpvtchinor is a
Russian by birth. Ho ha been edu
cated in the universities of Russia
and has also studied in several of tho
leading universities of Germany. HIb
subject will bo "Pushkin, tho Founder
of Modern. Russlnn Literature." The
lecture Is given under the auspices of
tho Graduate Club. NotTonly the
members of tho club, but also the pub
lic will bo invited,.
Tho following Is from tho "Pacific
Wave," of the University of Washing-J
ton. Dr. Morlt. was formerly a mem
ber of tho faculty of tho Mathematics
department at Nebraska:
"In the latest Isbuo of the American
Mathematlc Society bulletin, an ab
stract of tho paper prepared for the
San Francisco sosslon recently by Dr.
Robert B. Morltz is givon. 'On Log:
rlthmic Involution, the Commutative
Arithmetic Process of tho Third Or
der,' Is the title of the paper which
wns read at the convention In Dr.
Mqrltz's absence. The paper, which
Is n very valuably contribution to
higher mathematics, will be offcrod to
the Annals of Mathematics fo.r publi
cation." Seniors, got pictures taken before
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