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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, UNCOEN, SATURDAY JANUARY MMfrfc ". ' Trice Stkiiti
Remember Mo.-Neb. Basket Ball Informals, Jan. 31 -Feb. I
fe CUKEtltWd Aft MOt) R 8CH0LAR-
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.Will Be 'AwartfecJ-Agrjpulturali school
StiidenU Who Make the , Most
I ' CredltablcL,RiBcorda .Thls Year.,
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Reserved Seats 35 Cents,
On Sale at Co-Op and Porter's
Missouri vs. Nebraska
$ X-tfie recent .International OUye
JStpcfciJtpBltlffn Armour,, ; fiCo. , 'of
.Chicago' "offered fo 'glvo fpurjtepn
.scholarships,, worth, $260.00 each, to bo
distributed among the .various, state
'universities and" agricultural colleges (
on the basis of prize money won by
j -each institution on live- stock exhibits.,
tOlVthe fourteen scholarship's offered,
JtwoCirere won by !the. University of;
Nebraska1:; -The Iowa" Agricultural
College was the only Institution which,
exceeded tils number; but the Iowa
C611ege:'exhlblted-cattle, sheep, swine
ahd '!b3taV, while "tbo- "University ofl
NebtaaX exhibited r cattle only. The
cbest records were0 made by the Iowa
-Agricultural CJollego; which won three
''scholarships, and -'the Universities .of,
iifoheBota; - Wisconsui, Ohio and Ne-
bfaska, JwhYc"'wbn TWo'eadh.
It had' been planhedVythe Depart
- in'ent of Animal. Husbandrjr' to give;
these two scholarships to graduatos'ot
the technical agricultural courses In1
, the. University proper , to enable them
to) pursue a4vanced'studies'and at the,
vla"amo -time ltb serve as' instructors In
;-th'e' School of Agriculture.' it has re-
''cen.tiy,' been,- learned;yhowever, that'
Mr. Armour expects those : scholar-j
.ships to go 'to worthy jBtudents who
for-lack of-funds might be "unable to;
attend an agricultural college or a'
state university offering "agricultural
Instruction. l has finally ! been' de-
cded to award the" two schplarshipa.
,, coming to Nebraska to 'graduates of
ithe. School . of. Agriculture "who make
creditable 'records, and who1 at tlie;
'same time might bo deprived of more,
advanced wqTk because of a lack of
funds, These two scholarships will
(therefore be given to two students
ln this year's graduatltig class of the,
-School of Agriculture who wish to
specialize in Animal .Husbandry .In
.one of the technical, courgos of the1
Indastrial College of tho. University.
These four-year courses lead to the
degree of B. S. A., and students who
complete them in most instances en
ter the government 'service In the De
iiMtntotors' or lnvesUgatorslR.vstate
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Edltorstfop - Dally "Nebratkan
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V. M. C. A. SOCIAL.
agricultural, colleges aad experiment
frmtfhnB. i" J' f . - 5
.During, recent yearg well Qallfled,
men - with .technical training along
itheae.Jiaea have .been in "greatV
jpflndvsit good salaries.. ., Of the. stu
'I'dentiine University whtf hive
ioompleted.itliefie eourses, the majority
iiar how occupying responsible posl-
Nearly an entire now: staff of' editors
will have charge of the Dally Nebras-
kan next, semester. ' The members of;
the presenl fbr.ee, with probably one
or two- exceptfons, sever their con-
tlons with.ithe Pally ith he publica
tion of thlB -Issue. For. the: ensuing
semester W. JR. King will, edit this
paper and G. M. Wallace t will, .hav
charge of the business, end of it.
The students who have composed
tho staff jthls semester and -who have
done faithful work for the "Rag" are
aB follows!" " ., 4 , ,-
M. A. Milis eltor-In-chiof.
C. E. Elliott, managing odlton J
H. W.-rPotter. associate editor.
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, A. B. Cram, Hthl.etlca. -F.
A.1 Crltes, Teporter.
K-S,. Co Jeland, "reporter.
V. "PL Hmlth. -rfinbrtfer.
f. H.,.C.' Roberteop business 'managerj
Q.' M, WAllace,;asBistat busiriess
manager.' ' " ' ,"
W, A. JTones clroula'tor. ; ":, ' . fl
. L. J. "Woavef. assistant circulator.,
sj. iur.-rviuK uhbuui.. bqiuuluu. fua.nmnnv.
ant editors 'as Vet, but expects to haVe
a strong1 staff ready to' get out, the
'Tho-oditor-ln-chlef of the Nebraska
receives five hours credit for his work,
the' managing editor throe hours, and;
the, reporters one hour each. ' - ' i
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HIQH SCHOOLt OF THE STATK '
,FORM A'neW LEAQUk" ,f ,
Totaj Membeifahlpililfe PrewnVTlme
"Fjfty-two Other 'ichools o 'Join :
Next ''VearrrQUettlon Chosen.
Atsoclatlon Will Hold Unique Affair
... A. social will be held In tho , Y. M.
C.-Ak rooms in. the Temple tonight for,
university men. Tno, social win bein,
charge of Ben Chorrlngton and will'
bo jBlmilar to Uie one given last week.
Tho-social committee. has adopted a
tinlduo plah-of Saturday evening -soJ
cjajs The first oneVwas held, :iast
Saturday night The l earlier partolj
;thO' evening was spent in games, slng-i
ing'and a. general "Jolllicatlon" -after;
which chairs jwere , drkwn up around5
the .fire-place an, story-telling oc'cu
lled the rest , of; the. evening. The
idea of the committee is to make these
evenings as informal as possible, No
etc-program lsgivenj butceaoh -one
isexpocted to help out la the general
good'tlme.f Thlsplah of keeping open
.house on Saturday ovenlngrt will bo
fconClilUed,itltfthfuture, ch evening
ibelngln charge, of a dMerent member
;ofrthe committee; . , .
mlno" of Terence was given last year.
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One thousand; five hundred P&lr of.
men's and women's shoes, one-half
price. ' Rogers and, Pernine.
Tho classical cluto.pf, Barnard col-.
loco envn a Tj&Hti nrMfantaillnn -of. rvnts
i . ' IJ Cf4.M.. bllf.llAM KA A A.l 41.A. llM.M
of the dramas of Plautus. . 'The JVr atinmn. ThJ ShuJactSred
Min a" nr irTAVAtiit a . wa a cvIrAi loaf waak I- i . tm '.
'Valuable CruolbleBf-Are;PJacei-jln he
' u ... Museum.
I A veryi.valuable icpyecnof!crucl-
bles,,, 'evaporating, dishes, . tubes and
stirring rods made of fused quartz has
recently-beenaddid 6o the Museum.
This Is the first cpllectlon-of this new
matqrlai in the state and Is oonilder
ed a valuable addln to iUie depart
mentr. The material offers -a greater
resistance" to, te chemical action of
quartz has recently been undertaken
by a, ocipany In NIagra Falls.' N. 7,-f
where the quarts Is fused by electrlcli
ty. Ii Is from this company-thai the
collection was obtained. '
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'This year will see 'the Inauguralibn
of a norvhIgh sohpol dobating league
among tho high schools of the state.
This league has been organized,, by
Professor Fogg to take the place, df
the Nebraska InterscholastLj Debating
"League, formed some terTyears, ajtotZ
The ,old league was necessarily iim:
ited in membership and two years. ago
It became clearly out, of date and In
, Thb".new. league, to be known as:.4h(e
Nebraska High School Debating
League, divides Jhe state Into tendls
trjets. School, Accredited to the Unl
verslty," and 'any other( schoolspre
pared to do .serious work in, oral ills-,
cussioh and wishing to avail them
selves gf the advantages of the league,,
may become members by applying
and paying a, nominal fee. '"
In. an article in The Nebraska
Teacher,- -Professor Fogg describes
the' manser n -which" the debatewwill
be carried on. Iil. eachrlatrict the
league' schools .will be first matched.
.according to convenience and else.
The winherstin thefifstr series of , om
:teta wlir thenbe paired o, ;jirit,
according to wnvemiejw:taV later Jjr
lot perhaps, to compete for the diet rift
championship., By a series' of dHte ,
between the ten district champoBsafer
teams' will be chosen the two inter-
district champions; "These; two teatis
will 'compete at Lincoln" 'on Hifk
School1 Fete Day for the championship
of the' state. -v.- .-..t.u.-iti
-"fllnce emshisU -wlll - be ".placed '
malalyon logical argument, and eec
tlvehess In rebuttal, and since tae
contestant will shift sides before he
kebj far in the series of contests Ke
wHUbe driven to , buckle dowa. aa4 -:
thlak, and get vp the other fellow's
case. To do cut and dried speedt
making and aothlng. else will ATall
him -little against feab'dehatag; , a
oppoaeat who oaa talk traJhttad
talk straight oa his legs," ' "
In an editorial re-Jerring to ,dMlM
as dtetoDii by' Profeweor . IC.
Wolfe, editor of the'ualVeriitjrtmr
aai; eays; ! 'The prgaalstlor bt a
MM high school; league U it ahoat
tie aioet' feasible ot several preyqee , J
JIaea of devekiiianat A state, tpuU
aatloa hi ae4ed to ' seoare the beet .
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