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jVoI. VI. No. 2J. " W UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, ilNCOLNt SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1906. ' PrictSCcnti
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THREE HUNDRED AME8 ROOTERS
WILL ARRIVE THI8 MORtyr4G.
IProbabje Line Up Nebraska's Condi-
tldn Encouraging Hard Fight
' 'It' Assured.'
Amos ls'feeVihg' good over the pros.
FDoct of today's game. The Amoa root
iOrgf wilUnvade. Lincoln over-two ,hun-.
,dred strong and our bleachers- wlllbe
kept busy answering the enthusiastic
farmnrn. Ah for tho.team ItSOlf . .llttld
'canbe said.wfth authority; u,noJtne.
np can .be. obtained directly jfrom. the"
Ames management During the past
week"' Ames has practiced diligently
.in breaking' -tip Nebraska's" defense.
Right Tackle Bruggor
Right End . . . . McBlhlnney
Loft Halfback Sioux Jonos
Right 'Halfback Blllor
Besides this llno-up, they will havp
numerous substitutes, as about twonty
four men aro coming.
Our own llno-up will bo changod
considerably. McDfcnald being still
out of the game, Little will probably
be shifted td end and Woller will fill
out the back Held. With Bill Johnson
on the othor end, there is no reason
why tho Cornhuskor8 should not make
things Interesting for the CyclonoB.
The team as a whole Is In good condi
tion, as the crlpploB have almost re
cuperated and expect to gve a good
account of themselves this afternoon.
UNIVER8ITY F'ORUM ELECT8.
Eight Men Elected to Membership in
the New Debating Club.
YeBterday morning the University
Forum met and oloctod new mombors.
Eight men, whose work In the line of
dobate and public Bpoaklng haB boon
of a high order, woro voted Into tho
Club: A. "E. Burr, Arthur Jorgonson,
Byron E. Yodor, H. L. Swan, A. L.
Corey, William C. Ramsey, R. 0. Hunt
or, and D. P. DeYoung. Tho charter
mombors who are still In the Univer
sity aro C. 0. McWhlnnoy, 0. A. Sun-
dorlln. J. M. Swonson, S. M. RInakor,
G. M. Tunlson, A. 0. Hough, J.. O.
Wentworth and Hugh W. Craig.
Tho Forum waB organlzod by tho
members of last year's dobatlng squad
to do serious work In tho lino of do-
PRESIDENT HUQHE8 ANNOUNCES
JUNIOR PROM .COMMITTEE.
Basket Ball and Football Managers
Two Coaohes 8elected The n
ProBldont Hughos ol tho Junior
class has announced the following ap
pointments. . A full list of appoint
mdnts will bo announced at tho class
meeting next Thursday morning;
P.hnlrmnn O. N. Mtinn.
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Master of Coromonlos--M F. W,as-
son. ' , "-
Commlttoo T. H. Matters, M. A.
Mills, F, A. Critos, C: A. Clark, Charles
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J'he, rooters .RreJublIanti-at'!the ,man-
not in which their squad rips open
'the scrubs 'line, who play ''a fa Ne-
r$dfr,t asjsowi by,thefr coach in tke
' jiDrake game. Perhaps ( Foster will
nave a iew new ihsh w uuun uw -tors
today, .however jt H
With the exception of Honninger,
the end, who Is laid up with an in
jiired hand, Ames will play br strong-
esTteam against uswitli the, follow
ing Hne-up: r .
Left End '.:.;. '. A . vjBkrber
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The Cheml9al Laboratory.
Ther Chemical Laboratory, which Is-
situated near the southeast corner -of
the campus, wasbullt n 1884. In 10.04
it was thoroly remodeled, so that now
If. Ir nnnof the best eaulWed build
jnfes of Its character to- be found at
any cuiiugu. ino uuuuuib wummu.
the llbrarles;vlecture rooms, and labor
atories of tho department of Chemistry.
Mrs. W. J. Bryan visited the Uni
versity yesterday forenoon with S.
Haseba, M. P.; and Y. B. Yamachlta
of TokyaJ Japan.
Mr. Yamachlta attended ttip Uni
versity of -Nebraska, taking Special
.work, from 1000; to, 180,4.- Lator ne en
tered WasedaCollege,' Tokyo, Japan.
'Center-.-.... ..". .VPlager Mr. Haseba will remain 'in the city
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bate and effectlY? public spooking,
special attention being given to the
Teachers Adopt New Spelling.
The teachers of Lancaster county
passed a resolution at their last asso
ciation favoring the adoption of the
simple spelling' as represented by .the
list of 300 words, recommended by
the Simplified Spelling Board.
McLaughln, E. A. Froyd..rPul B$J,
W. R. King, G, hi Sullivan, E.,F. Jfuse,
0. C. McWhlnney, Agnes. Langevjfn,
Pearl Fitzgeraldllen Tre. ( ,, ,t
Football MahagerF. W. Turner, r
football Coachos--T, HMatters, J.
' ' Basket-ball ManagerF. A. Crltek '
Football practise will begin at once
and the prospects for a strong team
are very bright The outlook for a
winning .basket-ball team is aleo very
encouraging. Three of last year's
team are still in school and will do
thelrbegt to develop a champion. team.
At the meeting next Thursday the
class hat question will be considered
and the matter of holding a class
party will also be discusser.
HELP T0 P E F EAT A
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