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Altered at the poatolRce at Lincoln,
Nebju. as econcla mall matter under
the act of congrrew ef March 3, 1879.
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MQWL MQhT. , -
JusLas the noon-whig tie was blow
t. ihg yesterday We went throughtha
, hall ptf the thirds floor of the main
building, anfl our vatteniloa waa at-
- traded by the flare,, of a -match, the
flamo of which disclosed a young mam
Dur 'first thought was that somo one
waa trying to slet fire to the old buIM
.. lug, but closer Investigation, showed,
that hejvas merely trying to road a
ridtlco iofited on a door. The only
ffctninge thing about., it was that ho
-found there was a, aotlpe there to wiak
WHY- PAY MORE?
- No better styles' made than 1 carry. AlLtbe, new crowns aad, ourls of the
past two months in UatAoui aro found in; my hats. J.eell sb many tbey don't,
have tiaie to Ret old. - ' , ' " -
BUDD? S20O HATTER " -Z 1141 6
. to read, for the. nail was as dark as
the proverbial cellar Closes found
, himself In.
' It Is useless to ask that .some way-
'bo touted to let more sunlight into the
,' halls of the main building and" other
' placed wjiecea "similar condltlpn ex
i C iats, but lUs-certataly feasible 1p give
us a little more artificial, light. There'
l are gas Jets la ajl, these dark hols-r-.
whose fault It is' that saeh coaveI
v '.eaoes really axlst w do atJkow -
aad they are "a'lilshUd in the eves-
t lag. It will elalal'y e a lltUe (Bore
to have, thaea . Ujgiited all ay:k, V
" the leaf wulf erlag . library fee . aa
" staad a tittle more raise If aeeeseary
tsxaave some oaa a broken leg. '" '
A LACK Qf, COUntEfX,, .
The dabatla author itiee Jsaye bWn
faailag fat .some .time Jtapata fftlt
failure, on t'ke part X' Wtokmwin to
ttrsmit "the tlon StQr'X&AiiUr:
state debate to' be held between "the
two universities some time this next
semester,' and they seem to fee Justl
fled in thtlr .position. The final ar
rangements1 for the debate were made
long before Christmas, and Wisconsin
at once picked out Its teW and proen
ised to select the question Immediate
ly. 'Although almost a months has
bMdiice that time' and despite a
number of Urgent appeals from pur au
thorities, the question stlli has not
coshe. Naturally, nothing oan be dose
looking towards the selection 6t the
ebfaBka team until the &eetlea is
picked, for the preliminary debate
must bo upon that subject, and the
men require several weeks' prepara-.
tlon for that preliminary. "-Then the
squad must have at least a month's
time in which to study up the case
before the debate itself.- Consequent
ly it will be at leasttwo months from
the time the question is decided .be
fore the debate takes place. In view-
or,, tne fact that that early in. the
negotiatlphsNebraska expressed! a deV
sire for an ealy debate and "VVlscon
Bin field out for one Jato In the spring,
there Is a natural suspicion that this"
delay on tho part of tho Badger de
baters Is hot duo to negligence alone.
We trust thatLall such suspicions are
totally unfounded, however, and thai
nothing may happen that Will tond
towards tho breach, of relations just
begun. ' """
And has it come to this, that .fresh
men In their swaddling clothes shall
he our Qessler now, and flaunt the
hated cap? "VVo saw the, silvery clouds
of peace and smiled, but now oof trust
Is .basely murdered by the Rope It
gavQ. k Oh, spirit of tho past! Rise np
anu jBmuo mis monsterMn its tracK.
pncemorabluQ shirt and ragged, coat,
that Jn good faith we laid away. If
p njnst pomp to. pass, wo welcome
thee. " -.; ""A. JUNIOR. .
-r- Wisconsin and Feotball, "
According to Associated .Press dla-
patches Ifrom Mtadlspn, ,lt is "" quite
probablo that "the. University of Wft-S
"congln will abolish fobtball. Although
the faculty athletic commlttqp, which
met last Monday afternoon to consider
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the question ''of; football reform, has
iot yef announced Its' decision, its'
close secrecy implies, It is thought,
radical RCtloh. .
A, meeting of renresentaWvos from'
the. "Big Nine" Conference, schaols
will be held at the Beach Hetel in
Ghjoago Friday to determine what ac
lloa the Conference schools shall -take
Uaardlnjc the eame. The hieetiiU: was
Bailed Vy President Aagel of Michigan
as liresldeat of the assoelatloa.,
V TherewlH be a apeolal aervlee ua
dr the aaefrfees trf tew TJaJveraHy Y.
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