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THE DAIL.V NlEBRASkAN
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THE UNIVER8ITY OF NEBRASKA,
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NILI8HE1 EYHT IAY EJtCEPT JiHIAT AMI HMIAY
BY "THE BTDDENT PUB. 0RD.
J, filHllill ffnM( 1f I Ni 14tl lli
Mhniglna' Editor...,. Clydr. .Wllolt,' '
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Entered at tho .postofflae at Lincoln.
Nebraska, aHsoconaclaM mall matter
Under tho Act or Compress of March 3.
w IOWA vs. NEBRA8KA.
The tawa-Nobraska debate on Fri
day evening is expected to bo one of
the most Interesting and Instructive
debates over held In-Memorial Hall.
Evry effort Is being made by those
having the debates in charge to se
cure an attendance wtorthy of the
event. Remember that this is the
only opportunity that will 'be present
ed this year for hearing an Interpol
legiate lebate on tho campus. Plenty
of time for dances, theaters, etc., later
in the year ,but 'December and the
Iowavdobato come next Friday and at
no other time. -
-TheTe should hdarielsrrwTniumIrer
men at, tho Cornhusker Bruigtfet thlB
year, The time is pastf'when it was
necessary to urge-students' that the
Cornhuskerflanquet is a good thlhg
Wo claim to be the .best CLEANERS and DYERS In Lincoln and are
tore WproYe it. Our methods arc the VERY LATEST and our work:
Mfathe best that money can seoure. - - .- '"
We oleah the finest dresses and robes "without danger of' fading or
shrinking In any way. We also clean gentlemen's clothing of all klndB.
Goods called tor and delivered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. "We do'
altering and .repairing. ' - 'v
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and deserving of the Bupport of all
loyal student's, who aro aware of and
appreciate the debt the University
"oVes"thls successful team. College
athletics aro very popular and it is
through athlotlcs as well as a strong
faculty that an institution of learn
ing extends the sphere of its influence
and increases its relative importance.
Swarthmoro college recognizes this
In tho lliatte-r of the much talked-qf be
quest of onejnlllion dollars with the
proviso tof tho discontinuance of InH
, aootball team in the- season just past
-worthy in all roBpects of the. sca,rlet
nnd the cream. Do not. exert-any in
fluonce that would tend -Jn any way. to
roar the success 6f this function,
Which Is' nothing more nor less than-
- a testimonial of the high place the N.
.men occupy in 6ur esteem as the rank
and file of the students of the Univer
sjty of Nebraska.
The Dramatic Club will, give Us
first mntlnpft nn Rntnrdny, prpmberhgipmT-ehl-Om0ga 80rorty- is tno
14, at the Temple theater.
let is entitled "Washington's First De
faife,Vl f Mtsg' Bonnie' Adams is k
coach,, . ts -.-" r l v;;
iELItVES IN. IT.
President of Cornell Says Drill Is the
, Right Thjng.
Offico of tfro IPresldeniCbrnell
ypivofslty, tthach, fy,Y
,. Nov. 30, 1907.
To the Editor of the Army and Navy
My attention has just been called
to an 'editorial in your issue of Novom;
bor twenty-third, entitled, "Nonsensci
In Ulrrh iPln-Pta ' Tn thin nrllfnrlni I
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find myself described as "in opposl
tibn to the Army and Navy,' and. as ftn
exponent of tho doctrines that "the
military spirit is an evil, that the pro
fession of arms Is an' unworthy vo
cation, and tho maintenance of the
national defense a needless extraya
gahco." And, as though I were blind
to tho value of military training, I
am admonished to observe its results
in tho development of learning, the
upbuilding of. character, and -the in
dilation of correct ideals of Ameri
can citizenship. Will you permit me
to say, that all "this not only does me
tho greatest injustice, but entirely
misrepresents my actual sentiments?
I am a firm believer in the value, of
military training. Year after year' I
have, in season and out of season de
clared that tho military science and'
tactics required of students In Cornell
University Is the most valuable courser
wo have, and that whether onCcon-
s'lders the matter fyomifStpornt 6f
view of the needs ofttoReD.ubllc, the
discipline of thounlvorBity, or the
physicalnrru moral benefits to the
glvenour military department, is not
only a matter of record in the War De
partment, but was recognized in the
most complimentary way in an cdi-
torlal in tho Army and Navy Journal,
entitled 'Military Training alt Coil-
leges," and appearlngJn your!isBug
of December 15, 1906. This circum
stance makes it unnecessary for mo
to dwoll longer on this matter, )x(
which I am sure you wll not want to
do me an Injustice.
Johnson to P res Id
Governor John JTohnsson, a possible
presidential candidate; will preside
ait tho Minnesota-Nebraska debate on
.nm Frlrtnv. jljR Thlrtnnnt.h,nt ,Mln-
The Thespians, a society, similar to
tire" Tfaniatlc. Club, Is contemplating
thestaglng of "The Little Minister,"
on Pobruary 13-14. Tliey proppso an
exchange of stages The proposal is
undpr consideration and may bo ac
cepted. .' ii
Tho girls' annual Pan-Hellenic dance
will be hold in Memorial Hall, Sat
urday, December 14th at 2r30 p. m.
guest of honor. The admission is 25
C.6: Frey, florist,1133 0' St.
WHEN YOblt CLOTHES ARE 1 ABE HERE
HOT ani GOLD SODA
,132 NO. 10TH.
Friday, December 13.
Special Rates Via VYabaslTRailroad.
The Wabash havxm aalo dally
round trip tlcltejts-to all the winter
resorts of theaouth Now Orleans.
Gulf Coasfc-'polnts", Florida, Cuba, West
Indiesrtc. etc. For descriptive book-
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nets; rates, time table and a!l,Jtfforma-
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P. D., Wabash R. ROipnha, Neb.
Arthur Jorgenaen who has ju8tre
turnedfrom the great Y. M. C. A. con
vention at WftBhlncfcnn. D. fi.. avIH
rTed. "Jorgy" -will have something to
Bay thftt every man ought to hear. All
University men cordially invited.
The German Club will meet in the
University Temple,, second floor,
Thursday evening. The gentlemen of
the ''organization will entertain.
The president of the Dramatic club
is In receipt of a communication from
the Thespians of tho University of
Clements' photos are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
JHave your clothes pressed at Weh-
wrsultorlum, CorlJth and O.
Marshall, students' barber. Cc
Thirteenth and O .under Famousy
flayden, photographer, sn
to students. 1127 O stre
s are the best
In the West.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
on' all Shoes, Sanderson's
latt's place Pool and cigars Old
leidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street.
Why not take your hath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P Btreets?
- 20 long'lorlin a Yard-0 Box fon
25c. . .
The best place to eat In town is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
If you want a
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