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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1907)
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Vol. VII. No. 55.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA; LINCOLN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1907
Price 5 Cents.
LARGE CROWD EXPECTED AT
Iowa dhamplona Arrived Yesterday
Question for Discussion is Im
portant Order of 8peakers.
Tonight Nebraska will meet In de
bate the champions of the Universi
ty of Iowa. In i904 Nebraska last
met the University of Iowa and
through the brlllant work of Marvin,
Sunderlln and Sawyer won the eighth
of Nebraska's string of nine succes
sive victories. The question which
will be discussed is the federal con
, trol of transportation companies. It
is one of the live questions of the
present day and. will be' one of the
pivots in the next presidential cam
paign. Over one thousand p6ople are ox
, pected to bo present at the debate
this evening. AH' records for atten
dance will bo broken. Last evening
all seats on the lower floor had been
sold and tickets for -the whole house
will soon be gone.
The management has doclded to
keep the door shut while ho speakers
'are talking. This makes Tt necessary
for all to take care and be present toe
fore the commencemnt -of the pro
gram. The most absolute assurances have
boon given out that Mr. Swenson has
not .got the mumps and will be on
' hand ready to make the, fight of his
life this evening. Professor Fogg
considers that our team will go on
the platform excellently prepared for
The Iowa debaters arrived yesterday
afternoon, and are now staying at the
Lindell hotel. Thoy were accompanied
by Mr. R. H. Randall, an assistant In
the department of argumentation and
debate at the University of Iowa.
LThe order In which the men will
speak is as follows:
Mr. R. I. BlUott, uy, Nob.
"Mr. Lawrence Mayer, '10, Iowa.
'. Mr. M. L. Frorichs, '08, Neb.
Mr. Irving Brandt, '08, Iowa.
"Mr.'J M. Swenson, 08, Neb.
Mr. Carl Byolr, '10, Iowa.
Each- speaker will have twelve min
utes. In the rebuttal speeches each
speaker wfll have only five mlnues.
Thoy will speak In the following or
der,; "(Mr, Lawrence Mayor, '.1,0, Iowa.
tor. R I. Elliott,. "NbT).
Mr. Carl Byolr, 'iO, Iowa.
Mr. M. L. Frorichs, '08, Neb.
Mr. J. M. Swenson, '08, Neb.
Professors' G. E. Howard and G. O.
Ay era, Felt for Iowa City yesterday af
ternoon. They have been requested to
act as judges In the Iowa-IUlnols do
nate. , . , i
After the show or party just drop
Jxxio the Boston-Lunch for a eandwloh
-and a cup of Coffee or an oyster stew.
, Fine Unl. Calendars can be obtained
at 340 No. 11. J
A PLAY BY SHAW
DRAMATIC CLUB TO PRODUCE"' A
The Piece Is 8haw's Well-Known Play,
"You Can Never Tell," and the
Caste is a Notable One.
Dr. Wlnflcld S. Hall.
Who will address the Y. M. p. A. .Men's meeting In tno Temple Sunday
morning at 9:15 o'clock. ' '
Dean of Northwestern Medical School
- to Speak.
Dr. Winfleld S. Hall, one of the fore
most medicine men of tho country,
and a national authority In his par
ticular line of activity, will address
University men at the femple Sun
day morning December 15, at 9:15,
his subject being "Sexual Hygiene:
The Young Man's Problem."
Dr. Hall who Is junior dean of tne
Northwestern University School of
L Medicine, Is a man who knows men as
few men do. Since hlB university
days In Germany he has given espe
cial consideration and Btudy to the
particular problems of men's lives.
He does not mince terms, but hits
straight from the shoulder, .yet .Jn
such a way thab ;overy" auditor lie
comes his friend!
Dr. Hall has ben giving this new
lecture throughout; tne varlous""col-
loges-of the' WBBtr-thiB fall,-an?ritF
influence has been, deeply felt where
pver given. Dr. uall believes that the
one necessary thing for every man to
Bo is to "Know thyself" and In endeav
orlng to point out to college men the
groat physical andtsoxuax truths of
life, he is planting the desire for clean
living in tho hearts of college men! Ne
braska men are fortunate In being able
to hear Dr. Hall Sunday and it is an
opportunity that no one should miss.
Admission Jb by tickets which may
be secured from Y,- -M.v O. A. .men or
at the rooms in the Temple. As the
building will probably bo taxed to the
capacity men are urged to come early.
Dr. Hall addresses the Oliver meet
ing in the afternoon, but that meeting
is exclusively for city men. This one
being for college men only.
Time, 9:15 a. m., Sunday; December
15. Place, Temple.
' Lieut. Roderick Dew, ex. 1902 of the
University and a graduate of West
Point in 1905, Ib stopping In Lincoln
for a few days on his way to Join his
regiment at Spokan&
Y. W. C. A. Will Entertain 8aturday
Tne members of the Y. W. C. A. are
feeling very jubilant over the fact that
they are installed in their new rooms
in the Temple Building ,and have de
cided tq hold a jubilee.-.. The associa
tion consequently, will be at home to
all its friends Saturday atternoon from
3:00 tq 5:00 and Saturday evening
from 8:00 to 10:00, and an invitation
visit tho new rooms and Inspect them
at that time. The large .main room has
been made veuy attractive by the use
monious colors, and heavy, mission
furniture. Two large reading tables'
have been presented to the association
by Miss Anne Rogers '.and Mr. W. J.
Bryan which correspond to thegrther
furniture of the rooms. The fact that
the furniture 1b entirely paid lor, or
will be by the end orthe.week 1b a mat
ter' of rejoicing, "which with the pleas
ure of being in the rooms will make
tho jubilee a doubly joyful occasion.
"You Never Can Toll," by George
Bernard Shaw tho erratic English
playrlght, Is the title' of tho play that
1b to bo tho big featuro for tho year
In the lino of dramatic work for tho
University. .'This play 1b considered
his wittiest and clevoroBt comody. In
feet some go so far as to class this
play as the cleverest modern comedy
in existence, and while It contains Ihe 1
marked disregard for conventionalities
that Shaw always brings out, it Is yet
free from tho more strongly unortho
dox Ideas generally expressed In his
It was only after sovoral prominent
members of the faculty and students
had spoken about this play, and after
also a suggestion which appeared In
the Dally Nebraskan a fewdays ago
in regard to an article by a dramatic
critic of Ch&ago citing the faci that
the stage of America would have to
be elevated through the colleges of
the country, that the committee took
final action and- decidod to put this
play on.. Bernard. Sbaw ranks jrelth
writers of the type of Suderman, Ib
sen, Hauptmann Jand Maeterlinck, and
to present one of his best will be a
step forward in the direction of
The Dramatic club is particularly
fortunate this year in having mom
bers who will be ablo. to carry ojjf
the play with credit. It is to be
staged under the direction of Mis
Howell with the assistance of Mr. 0.
George Riedel, who will also bo qne
of the caste. Nearly all of the caste
have starred in Important plays be
fore. -Mr. Guy Montgomery and Miss
Bonnie Adams play, .the part of" tho
twins. Both have been very. Important
in dramatic work in -the University
before. Miss Ruth Bailey, who ap
peared in the University play two
years ago, will take the part of Mrs.
'Clandon, the exponent of woman's
suffrage; and the woman' of the
twentieth century, Gloria, wiube
played by Miss Rachel Carna, who
starred in "The Russian Honeymoqn"
two years ago. ' .
Mr. Aldeh Bumsead, wfio la known
as the football coach jn "The Colleg'e
Widow." will fill tho 'part of the re
markable waiter. Thia .part wbb car
rled to a high point of finish two years
ago by Arnold Daly who appeared in
this" same play ,in New' York. . Mr. .
Dick Russel, who was Sllngor id
"Just Out of College" two years ago,
will be the respectable family soiled
itor, Mr. McCbmas; and Houseworth
is the irritab'leiMr. Crampton." R. I.
Elliott1 la Bohun, the commanding
(Continued on page 3.)
Banquet Sat, 8:30, Lindell; Tickets $1.00
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