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. . DECEMBER 13TH.
At prosont the topic of goneral it
torcst throughout tho collogos of tho
fcpuntry, but CBpecially in tho Middle
Went. Is tho intorcollogtato debated.
In many universities these dobates,
'dvidontly occupy a much more proml
' nont placo In tho calendar of events
'of pwrollogo yoarhan the do with
us at Nouwska. frroomo schools mass
meotlngs nta held and other demon
strations mauby tho students, moro
y by way of ovlncing tho intorost folt
. by thostudont body in tho work of the
dobutlng team, and tho fact that they
ao loyal to ovorything which con
cerns tholr unJvorBlty. There Is no
roason why the' interest in dobatlng
and the outcomo of the Intercollegiate
. debatos among the students in this
University Bhould not bo 'equally as
strong as at other Bimilar institutions.
Budd's Shirt Sale
. I am selling every shirt in the house at 25 per cent discount
this week because I want more business. It Us my business to -see
that y6u make It your business to see that 'l get your'8hlrt Business.
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
Wo have a strong team, consisting
of men who, In addition to natural
talent, have a serious Interest in this
, work -and Who havo labored long and
consistently to prepare themselves for
this one occasion. In view of these
circumstances, It would seem that
'oven aside from selflsh motives, It
. would bd incumbent upon tho Btinlents
of tho Unlvqralty to bo preBent on tho
evening of Docomber 13. If tho tfriy
and all other interests are lacking,
except a desire resulting from curios
- ity, to Bee and hear a collogo dobato,
- this alone ought to bo sufllclont to"
,' ' insure tho attendancegf tho ordinary
student. In tmy past too llttlo stress
" has been placedMipon tlite subject? To
many students tho subject is of no
vital intorest simply because the mat
tor has not .boon brought to their at
tention ln tho proper way. Evory
membor, .especially of tho two lower
' , classes,. Bhould be Impressed at this
I " early Btago of their' college experience,
t,v.ith tho genuine importance' of this
s-jweubject, JSvory opportunity which is
f Rffordo4,byfltherplrcumstanceB and in-
' oidenftfoira .college course whereby
one's experience and education 1b
broadonpd .should by riV means bo
"passed up.'J' Tho man or'womart jivho
goes through collogo without having
ovor witnessed an lntorcolleglato de
bate, providing tho opportunity wris
given, Imb wilfullv'ddnied himself or
herself n very Important advantage
As thoroughly in accord with itB
proylous acts, the following are sug
gested as reforms for adoption by the
(1) No football teamT shall play
more than one gaijio during any one
(2 No student who has ever been
In any way prominont. In high school
athletics Bhall bo eligible to repre
sent a collogo In any way.
(3) If two or riioro athletes eat si
multaneously at the same table it
shall bo cqnsldered a violation of the
training table rulo.
(4) Only tboso flfudents who havo
been In rosfdence for four years and'
have been elected to Phi Bota Kappa
shall bo eligible to represent any col
lego or any athletic team. Said Phi
Beta Kappa emblem shall be worn
consplcuqusly on contestant's athletic
(5) In view of tho many and grave
ovils now exiting in lntorcolleglato
athletics, football, traJl, baseball and
basketball shall hereafter be classed
as minor Bports, and handball, cro
quet, bowling and pingpong shall be
considered major sports.
(G) No student Bhall 'be eligible for
an Intercollegiate croquet, hand ball,
bowling, or plrfgpong team 'who has
evor givon money for an opportunity
f.6 practice tlib'game. .
(7) If tho faculty of any colloge
shall discovor that mo.ro than one ath
letic team in the college shows pros-
poets of BuccesB, all but one of these
teams Bhall bo suppressed.
(8) It Is tho sense of tho Conferonco
that no Conference college shall en
gage. In an athletic conteBt with any
collego which claims a championship
as a consequence of athlotfc victories,
(9) To avoid physical Injury to con
testants they may at (heir option play
games by blackboard or by telegraph.
(10) In ordor to avoid tho elf n neb
of any attempt to deceive tho men of
im opposing team by any musual
play3, tho captains of contesting teams
.shall exchange signals at least ono
week before tho tlma of thogamo. Any
l)Jay nqtcovor'ed by a signal in tho
hands of tho opposing captain shall
be' explained to liim before it 1b at
tempted. Violation othis rulo shall
J)e punished by forfeiture "of the con
gest and tho expulsion of tho guilty
team from the conference,
Dr. Bessoj has ' Just - finished tho
manuscript ofa work on plant classi
fication whlch-lms been taking much of
his time- recently. In it ho ha ad
vanced many how ideas on this subject.
i h " ' 'i-
of the clasp
is cosy. It's
flat tho only abso
lutely flat clasp garter
h tho Brichton. 'Milli
ons of men know this buy
them and wear them. The wear '
Is there, and they cost only a quarter
a pair. Remember it.
riMCEX WSPEMWH CB., 718 Mum ST., Pwusarstt,
Thursday, December 5.
1U0Q a. m. Memorial Hall. T"
Convocation. Grieg Memorial Pro
11: 30 rt. m.Memortal Hall.
Sophomore class moots.
11:50 a. m. Y. W. C A. rooms.
Noon meeting. Vora Bargor.
8:00 p. m. Nebraska Hall 210.
Pathological Club meets. '
, . Friday, December 6.
11:50 a. m. Y. W. C. A. rooms, n
Noon mooting. . , ( I
Saturday, December 7.
English. Club meets.
The Grieg memorial program for to
day 1b tib follows:
Peer Gynt Suite . '
. Morning Mood.
The Death of Ase.
In tho Hall of tho Mountain King.
Mr. August Molzer, first tenor.
Mr. Edward WaTtr'Becond violin.
Mr.rWJHlam Quick, viola.
Miss Lillian Elcho, vlolincello.
Mrs. Carrie B. Raymond, or
On account of tho Senior Masked
Parly, which will tako placo tomorrow
evening 'in Memorial Hall ,tho Band
Informal scheduled for that .time and
placo is indefinitely postponed.
Chicago Great Western Railway.
Tho Short Line and moat popular
train service to St. Paul and Minneapo
lis. Trains leave Omaha at 7:30 a. m,
and 8: 30 p. m., making direct connec
tions with all trains for the" North
west. Ilomeseokors' rates ovory first and
third Tuesday during October and No
vember to points In Northwest.
MBk to bo routed via the '"Great
For further information apply to
District Passenger Agent,
1512 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
$5.00 Winter Oxfords $3.95 at San
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THJE GAGNOUX . '
Juggling and Fea,ts -of Equilibrium.
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