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Faculty notices and UnlvorBlty bulletins
will gladly bo published froo.
Entorcd nt tho postofneo at Lincoln,
Nobraska, ns second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Conprcss of March 3.
Tho first of tho dories of. Intor
clasa football Rnmen wns played yes
tonlny aftornoon on tho athletic field
and tho spirit and enthusiasm mani
fested sjioakB volumes for tho genu
ineness of class siirlt In this univer
sity. Thoro aro many.unfortunato but
insurmountable (HfTlcuUlos in connec
tion with thoBO games which tend to
le&son their Importanct as part of Unl
vorslty llfo. Tho fact that they occur
during tho school wook when tho time
of many of the students is domanded
by other things cuts tho attendance
down to a figure that does not propor
ly indicate tho IntoroBt folt In tho
cvonts. A further fact is that so much
importance Is attached to tho work of
tho 'varsity that wo have grown ac
customed to think only of them
and rather disregarding tho intor
class teams. Doth departments have
their parts to play tho one gives
among other things tho University
recognition from other schools and
tho thor is a strong faction in cement
ing together tho student body. It is
to bo hoped that tho interost In theso
games continuos undimiBhed and that
all who can well mnko an effort to
attend. The price of admission Is
merely nominal and should be no rea
son for staying away.
Well, If tho subs can hold a team
llko Nobraska this year. What's going
to happen next. Tho abovo 1b a state
ment taken from tho Kansan's last
issue. It illustrates both tho well
known Kansas tactics and tho fact
that they do not know or at least so
ono must believo, that It Is much moro
graceful to acknowledge a fact that ,1b
common knowledge than to "ring In"
such a flimsy excuso as tho abovo. In
caso Nebraska suffers a defeat at the
hands of St. "Louis it is to bo hoped
that such a .spirit of fairness will be
shown, that will at least not permit
a misrepresentation of tho facts.
Unl. Calendar. x
Within the next few days a beauti
ful calendar of tht University of Ne
braska wll bo on sale In tho Y.,W. G.
A., room which will bo a fitting souven
ir of the Univorslty and .consequents
ly of lntorost "to all University stu
dents. This calendar will contain a
largo numbtr of photographs of. Iho
campus, several of the buildings, and
n, numbor of tho deans of tho Univer
sity. A similar ono waB tried by the
University of Illinois nnd proved' to
bo very popular at that Institution, so
,thoro Is no doubt but what it will
'tako" hero. Tho price asked for 11
Is fifty cents.
As a fitting Christmas gift this cal
endar will anBwor tho purpose famous
ly, while being, also, very Inexpensive.
It is got upln tho very best stylo with,
tho colors of the University, the scar
lot and cream, and tho photographs
, iU8ed in decoration arp some of. the
)est which could bo obtained. Only"
' 3 . limited njumber of these calendars
havo.-been ordered, and .It will bo well
for those who. wIbJj them to droflhto
..tho Y, W,. C. .A,, room, within the next
. few days and leave their order. A
sample, of thqJlllrtols calendar will
be on hand so that an Idea of the cal
endar can be obtained.
Watch for these calendars atthe
County Fair,, pfecembep7th4. '
DEBATING TEAM8 CHOSEN.
Eight University Men to Meet Iowa
The committoo appointed by
tho dobating board published the
names of tho eight students who. will
composo tho learns which wllPdob'ato
with tho univorslty of Iowa at Lin
coln and the university of Mjnnesdta
nt Minneapolis, on December 13, on
the control of Interstate railroads. The
cotiftnitteo .which put the candidates
through a tryout debate Friday and'
yestordny morning, was composed of
Prof. Qeorgo A. Ayers, Dean George
P. t3oBtlgan, Prof. M. M. Fogg, Prof. F.
C. French and Prof. Edwin Maxoy.
The olght mon who captured 'the hon
ors aro as follows: -
Robert I. Elliott, 1909, of Unlfrl
ty 'Place, who is a graduate of tho
Winsldo high school, nnd who attend
ed tho 'Wayno Normal school whore
he took first honors in public spenking
Ho is president of tho junior class.
He wns county superintendent of
Wayno county and principal of the
Pllger bchools two. years. He is a mem
ber of the-Acacia fraternity.
Martin L. Frorichs, law 1908, of Au
burn, who won one of tho scholar
ships in tho colloo of law last year
for attaining the highest standing in
tho studies of tho year, and who is
chief Justice of the college of law su
William RtKlng, 1908, of Osceola,
who was a membor of the tenm which
debated with tho univorslty of Ill
inois last year, Is a membor of tho
Delta Tau Delta and Phi Alpha Tau.
Clyde C McWhlnnoy, 1908, law,
1908, of Lincoln, who won ono of tho
first your scholarship prizes in the
collego of law last year, and who
wns a member of the debate squad
two yenrs ago, and an alternate on
the team which debated with the uni
versity of Wisconsin last April. Ho
Is a member of (he Phi (Alpha Tau
and Phi Delta Phi fraternities.
Joseph M. Swenson, 1908, of Omaha
who was a member of the team that
defeated Washington Univorslty In his
freshman year, and who was an al
ternate on the tenm that dobated with
Wisconsin in 190G and a member of
tho team which met Washington here
last spring. Ho is a membor of Phi
Alpha Tau nnd Delta Sigma Itho.
Lawrenco J. Weaver, 1910, of Bea
trice, who was a member of tho uni
versity defeating, squad' of 1906-1907. Ho
Is a member of Alpha Theta Chi.
'Ralph "A. Van Orsdel, 190G, law
1910, of Maxwell. Ho was editor of
tho Dally Nobraskan 1905-1906, was
principal of the Ohiowa high school
last year, and Is a member of Alpha
Byron E. Yoder, 1908 ,pf Topeka,
Ind., who was n member of the team
which dobated with the' university of
Illinois last spring nt Urban a. He Is
a member of Delta Upsllon.
The makeup of the two teams wab
announced ns follows:
Nebraska vs. Iowa, at Lincoln Rob
ert I. Elliott, '08; Martin L. FrerlchB,
law, '08, Joheph 'M, Swenson, '08; and
Byron E. Yoder. '08, alternate.
Nebraska vs. Minnesota at Minne
apolis WllJIam Rl King, 08; C. C.
McWhlnnoy, '08, aw '08; Lawrenco J.
Weaver, '08, and Ralph A. Van Orsdel
'06, law '10, alternate.
New Books In the Library. .
Andrews, H. R. D. Shakespeare's
Baker, James Pictures from Bohe
mia. Bisland, Elizabeth iLlfe of .Lafeadlo.
Hearn. 2 vols. . --,. - - - .,
Culthrop, D. C. English coBtume. 4
.Clement, W. H, P. History of- the- do
minion of Canada..
,Eiys, A, tB. Yoruba, speaking peo
ples. Elton, C. 'I.-W-llllam Shakespeare, his
family and friends. . ,
Jerrold, Maud F, Vlttorla Colonna.
jLang, Andrew History of Scotland.
,i 4 vols.
Macrosty, H W. Trust .movement In
NIolsi3bJKrdrlch-r-History of thti pa-
Hjteat, vy. w, Maiay magic. ,-s
Snyder, Carl The world machine.
1)aoy' ifilte19th century.
RoId, 'SgfLlf'n4 'letters of the
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Monday, November,- 18.
Mid semester reports duo.
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. y
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Girl's Mass Meeting.
Saturday, December, 7.
Dr. J. H. Graham, dentist. 1339 O
Clements photos are the "best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
J. M. Rico, hair and scalp specialist,
1216 O St, upstairs. Auto phone 3888.
Have ybut-clothes pressed at Web
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Marshall, students' barber. Corner
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Hayden, photographer, special rates
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Greon's barber shops are the best
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Go to Mrs. J. C. Boll, hairdresser,
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