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under tho Act of Conpress of March 8.
Thus far In the school year tho
student body has beon so thoroughly
occulted with thoughts and things
football that another very Important
line of student activity "has been kept
entirely too far In the back ground
and that 1b debating. Throughout tho
past several weeks of tho present
year a squad of men almost equaLln
numbers to tho football sqifodyhave
been working on tho question of the
trttnr-cbllcirlate debate. v'These tnen
are. engaged In a vory'important work
and It Is only right that attention
should he emphatically called to this
point. There Is no reason why our
sympathies can notkbo broad though
to qmbraco both debating and football
nd give to'ench its'due as far na rec
ognition of their respective merits Is
concernod.' It has been only too ap
parent in the past thnt debating and
Its vital Importance as mental dis
cipline has not been thoroughly ap-
Thero shop Id bo no reason for ..the
intercollegiate debates not occupying
a place second to none in the estima
tion of tho students generally. We
must not permit ourselves to become
ono sided in the development of In
terests but should so far as is pos
sible strive for a well roundod and
fully developed sphere of Interests.
Watch for the debates' and make ar
rangements to bo present. No ono
doubts the enthusiasm of Nebraska
students for athletics and other
worthy things incident-thereto, but it
1 fs (Seriously questioned as to whether
we have shown this year and in the
Immediate past a lively enough Inter
est in inter-collegiate debates.
'The University library has received
a copy of the "Catalogue of Printed
BookB," -cpntined In tho British Mu
seum. This is the greatest biblo
graphical work in any language, and1
is found only in the largest unlvprv
sity and metrolltian librariesThe
copy received here is bound! in 92
volumes to match that'fnUxe famous
reading room of tho British Musoum,
and is the most notable adition to our
stock of reference works for some
It Js invaluallle to scholars
pursulngextended research work
almost any line.
As a result of having permitted the
publication in tho Occident of an ar
ticle to the effect that certain of the
women students of the University of
California had become addicted to
the smoking of cigarettes, D. L. Levy,
a senior nt California, was unceremo
niously taken from his room recently
by a number of undergraduates, and
hurled up to tho trees by tho Greek
theater. Hore he was divested, of his
clothing, and covered with several
sheets of sticky fly paper, after
which his clothing was -put back and
he wasllowed to go.
Wednesday, November, 13.
11:00 nVm.-Menforial Hall.
Convocation , Judge C. S. Loblng
ier of tho Phillipino Islands.. "The
Value of th Philllplnes.'
12:00 m. Memorial Hall.
Sophomore class ineots.
11:50 a. m. Y. W, CM. Rooms.
Noon meeting. Mrs.Hinman.
Thursday, November, 14.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall,
Convocation. Organ recitaby Miss
Vera Upton and Mrs.1 Raymond.
11:60 ,i. m. Y. W. C. A. Rooms;
Noon mooting. Jean Sullivan.
7:15p. m. Armory.
Pershing Rifles medal drill.
8:00 p. m. iNobraska Hall, 210.
Pathological Club meets.
Friday, November 15.
11:50 a. ra. Y. W. C. A.-Rooms.
Noonxlneotlng. Dr. H. B. Ward.
s Monday, November, 18.
Mfd semester reports due.
Tuesday, November 19.
11:00 a. m; Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Hon. D. E. Thompson,
U. S. Ambassador to Mexico.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Senior class meets.
Thursday, November 21.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Girl's Mass Meeting.
Saturday, December, 7.
Friday, December, 13.
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Indiana university will have an en
rollment of 2,000 this year according
to prophecies of tho Daily Student,
based on the present registration of
Woodrow Wilson, president of
predated by a sufficiently, Jarge part I Princeton, has taken up arms against
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Homer WilllamB, the quarter of tho
L. H. S. team is a follow whom the
university' men will do well to watch.
He will play at the university campus
tomorrow at 3 o'clock.
The senior Laws have decided to
break away from all established .pre
cedents and give u dancing party.
Clyde C. McWhlnney was appointed
Arthur Perse, '09, is teaching in the
Lakeviow high school, Chicago. Mr.
Perse Is a brothor of tho Milwaukee
superintendent of schools.
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He's in business for himself
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Wo manufacture all of
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of the students oflthls University. It
is unfortunate Indeed that so many
elthor willfully or fromgk of in
formation avoid at loast<lvatlng
an Intelligent appreciation and inter
est in this art, which is regarded as
even more practical Important today
than In those times when it occupied
a much more prominent placo In the
literary world. Thtffo is no college
in tho University from which students
graduato which tho expectation of go
ing out into the world to accomplish
something which can afford to Ignore
(ho Importance of fair Idea of logical
persuasion and argumentation. It
is perhaps more foreign to the ne
cessities of the average engineer than
to any other avocation, but oven that
is only a.iquestlon of degree and does
not Justify any attitude of indiffer
ence, on their part. It is not possible
for every student to take part in this
workout it is certainly possible for
te.very student to attend the debates
as they .come 'and this should be the
endeavor of each" and every one of us.
the old time club life of that famous
IntBitutlon, because he believes It is
breaking up the university into
cliques, subordinating study to social
pleas.ur.es, cultivating snobbishness
and sending out infco the world n
yearly harvest of fops Instead of well
rounded, well-trained men. They are
also menacing the very existence of
Princeton College as an institution of
At a recent meetig of the faculty
of Amherst College it was decided
to agree with the athletic board's ad
vice and to refuse .to grant tho under
graduates' petition for. the continu
ance of the sport. In the future there
will bo only lnterclass contests in
that college and there will be no 'var
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Engineering society 8MOKER. .All
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'November 16. Acacia House, 1216
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