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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!
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" l.iK PROPKRTY OF
Mift UNIVHRBlTr OF NKBRAHkA,
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BY TUB 8T0DBNT PUB. BOARb.
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. business staff. ,
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Neat. Manager,. ,...i..Barl Campbell, MO
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wlll Kiiullr be published free.
Kntered at the poatofllcfi at Lincoln,
Nebraska, aft aecond-elnss mall matter
' w.dr th A(Jt of Oonsresa of, Mareh s
TVK8DAY, NOVBMDEll 3, 1008.
STUDENTS OUGHT fO VOTE.
M thine probably will be many stu
dents In tho university who have reg
istered -and aro qualified to. vote to
day who will not cast their ballot
These" students aro not doing' their
duty as cltlwnsof the United States.
Kvery man owes. It to his country
to lake an Interest' In Its government
and to attempt Co boo that it la pro
tected. The- way to get tho best gov
ernment la to get the best men to All
the' biggest offices In that government,
and tho only way to accomplish that
Is Tor every ollglblo voter to cast bis
ballot for tho men who stand .for the,
right principles. ,
There Is a certain clnss of citizens
which .stands aloof from politics, cry
ing nnd complaining if the way tho'
Kpornmont is rim. Thcso very mon
arc- tno ones who are responsible for
tho continuation of bad government
If thoy would got out nnd work against
' tiio deHpicablo element In control of
Ho. politics ithero soon would bo ro
oi in all around.
Today oho of two great men will
bi selected to rule at tho. head, of the.
United Btatcs govornmonU 12vory Btu
dent in thounlvorstty has a proferonco
pf Iheso candidates; Evqry Btudont
belltiyes that ono bf them would run
tho country bettor than tho other.
jSv'ery student who Is eltglblo and yet
does not vote for his choice, Is shirk-
U4I,Q. TWOSTOKE.S W&O. fishings. -
iiift the responsibility placed, on him by
tho government whlclV gives him citi
zenship. When a Voter sincerely be
Jtovea In tho principles of one candi
date and party and does not vote for
thorn ho Is not a true American cltlsen
and. dosorves to feel the hand of .bad
ThtB election Is the opportunity for
tho student voters to begla their
career In tho world la the right way
by casting, their precIbuB ballot for
tho one candidate whom They thlalf
will rule la. the beBt way fo greatest
good of tie, 'jpeople of, tho Ualted,
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Walter BeKerasirs view.
CHICAaO, NoV. 2. Iowa was givea
Us second Jolt. of the season last Sat
urday by Nebraska. The game was
hard fought all the way through and
the outcome was ln doubt until the
ftaai'wblstle blew. "Wlta the score .11
1 to 8 la favor of Nebraska, Iowa tried
'X a field goal, which, it made, would
.' have given the game to the Hawkey es,
E-V-iMbttt the attamBt was a failure and
Bis - . ... . .!,-. XT-
i iwas cnaacea west giimmouos. i-v
'; Wraska has beea playing consistent
. . ' fWotball all seasoa. It is one of the
' V , 8trw.gt tiams' lathe ada(e weM-
TEAM. TO BE CHOSEN
DEIATE TRYOUT TO BE HELD IN
about A Week.
WISCONSIN CHOOSES MEMKRS
Nebraska High Sehoel Debate League
Cheeses the Question "For This
Year's Debate'' Nsw Schools
Added te the Llet.
At tho present timer tho debating
Hquad of tho University of Nebraska
Is preparing for Ihe final' tryouts In
which tho teams will bo picked which
are to debate with Wisconsin and Illi
nois. No definite dato has as yet been
announced but Professor Fogg de
clares that they will be held within
the next week or (eh daysi so" that
tho tcamB as they aro finally constitu
ted may havo ilmo to properly prepare
themselves for tho big, debates.
It was announced early a week ago
MINOR, LEFT HALF. . ,,
that tho Wisconsin debaters had boon
chosen, but It. la not known whether
or not Illinois has yot chosen her dor
haters. Un to dato tho work of tho
Bquad baa been mainly a hunt for
facta, but from this timo forward, tho
BTSTeaTr ' kBTarar
Budd in the Cr'avenette Business again 100 new
coats in Saturday in Blacks and Fancy Stripes.
These are straight out and out $18 valuesMy
price $10. Budd's Motto: "Quick sales and short
nrnfit:Also $2.n0. Hata and nnntilar rHrr1 ftirn-
Class as they are tobo presontod will
be rapidly worked into shape,
Question, Is Chosen. '""
Tjto Nebraska hlghschool dobatlng
league has now. chosen the question
which, will bo the subject of debate
this wlaterTNIne questions were Bub
raltted to the, different high Bchools.of
the state .and each indicated .Its pref
erence, Tho question chosen Is as
follows: "ilssolved, That disputes
between capital and labor la the rail
road business should be settled by
boards of arbitration with compulsory
uelnsss Meeting Friday.
A hiinlnnao mnntlnr of the high.
school league has beea "called for aexfc
Friday at 1 o'clock. The meeting will
be held In the, Temple and k for the
.purpose of electing league officers for
the year 1008-9, and also to consider
Beveral amendments which have beea
proposed. As this meeting will be
held oa -the last day of the" teachers'
gathering ia Ldacola it Is expected that
representatives of au the schools sow
members of the league and also repre
sentatives of schools, which la tend to
Join the league will be present,'
P ursese, ef Lesfue.
The Nebraska high seheol debating
league was fornee' last Jaaaary fer
the purpose of KMBfetac ibUe sealt
W aaoag. Uae Aaah tsoeeeis ' e; she'
t.ta id VaaMaBa'Aow kai wttiidLimtlar
of the high schools of the state1 ea-1
rolled a'fmewbers and ejpctest.
have eyett mere In the near future. Ir
the pst maay of 'the Baller high I
scfceels o- ike state have found- It
inpesslble. te'do afly work ef value
In the llae' of debatlag. The league
expects to make It possible for tlrem
to do this by-arowsing as Interest
among the smaller high schools of the
state and by making It possible for
them to win honors for their high
school through work.
The final debate which decides the
championship, among the members of
the league will be held In Lincoln In
May on high school fete' day. This
debate, will take the"p)aee of the old la
terscholastib debate, and now that ath
letic events have been discouraged by
tho university authorities It Is ex
pected that 1 will become of much
more Importance than heretofore.
NEBRASKA' TEACHERS.. TO MEET,
Association of Educators Opens' SesC
Noxt Thursday tho NebraskaState
Teachers' association op'ens Its thrtfe
day session In Lincoln. Four thousand
teachers from all oyer the state are
expected to attend tho various general
land sectional meetings,
Tho Nebraska association Is divided
Into, about a dozen sections, In each
of which a Bopafato program complote
In itself. Is carried out during the an
nual meeting. Each section provides
work of ospbclal Interest to a par-
tlcular class of teachers and In this
way a groat deal can be accomplished
in a comparatively short timo. Teach
rs aro not required to attend work
which Is not, of value to thejr special
At tho general session subjects of
a goneral culturo naturo and business
matters aro in order. Thursday even
ing's 'gonoral (session will bo address
ed by Chancollqr AndrowB, who- fs
presldont of tho association. jA later
dato will' be fillod.by President Wtiool
or of tho University of. California, who
Is pronounced Co bo, ono of tho doopost
thinkers and most .valuable- speakers
In tho west; President Whoolor doos
not speak simply In ordor to talk. Ho
hns a, thought behind oach sohtonco.
Officers pf the association prophecy
"that this yoar's mooting wlU bo'ono of
th'o most-BUcccssful on record. An
unusually largo attendance la expect-
itjd; Tho College, of Education wlilvlr
tually havo a vacation bo that Its stu
dents may attend tho various ses
slons add other departments of tho
university havo announced that ex
cuses will' bo granted for this purpose
to Individual students.
-Why Pay More?
CADET BATTALION IN UNIFORM.
riew Sults.Are Tried for First Time
Tho. university cadet battalion ap
peared in uniform for tho .first tlmofl
last pvenlng: The five .companies' mado
an oxceilenl appearance In tho new
khaki suits, although .there, are jstlll
a few who have not uniformed. This
year is the first that the whole bat
talion has appeared In the regulation
Ithakl, Until last year the uniform for
the cadets was of blue material.' Last
ear the freshmen. obtained new khaki
suits but the old men kept their blue
Uniforms. The result was a mixed
battalion. This year the change is
College Union to
At the meeting of the Nebraska Col
lege Union la Lincoln Wednesday af
ternoon and evening oae of the ques
tions to be discussed will be whether
or not It Is practicable for the small
colleges .to grant the bachelor's degree,
at .the end 'of a course of three years
of forty weeks.
This questloa has beea brought up
before -but K has at bo time. attained
a' plaee of saek lmpor taaee as-aaa beea
sislfasd H, this' year oa the ssaall'eol
It is argtlsd.M favor
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Uaabattan m&g. Toledo, Ohio, oa request.
SOLD IN LINCOLN BY
E. FLEMHSTG, J2JI O STREEt
T p A I 1 University Students
Whcri wanting the BEST, order It from COLLINS. Manu
factures of Frozen Creams, Ices, Punches, Puddings and
' ' Fancy Individuals.
Northwest Corner .
7th and L Strts
.Special attention given to student affairs. Bowls, Spoons
and Punch Qlasses are furnished free with each, order.
The Skirt Store
Suits, Skirts, Waists, Furs, Jackets,
Coats, Petticoats, Etc.
it will pay you to try this store first. Vou save
. i money by trading at ' .
THE SKIRT STORE, Little Blk.
THE HOUSE COZY"
WEEK NOVEMBER SECOND
Fulton Stock Co.
' PRESENTS '
-. ly.Mary J. Helmet
a Comady Drains All Will Esjey
Election Returns By Special Wire
Matlaees We. ata
EVENINGS at 8:15
of the proposltioa that the small col
lege, owing to its small classes, and
close personal contact of students and
professors, can accomplish as much In
the regular branches la three years
aa the university can la a longer time.
The questloa Indeed Is whether or
not the college shall reyent to the old
style college, where the more elemea
tary branches of college training were
taught to excellent advantage1 or at
tempt instruction in .subjects requiring,
a largeamount of laboratory 'appar
atus, large libraries and other neces
saries which make it Impossible for
the small school to do efficient work,
Meeting ef Cress Country Men.
There will beta .meeting f' all the
orosa :oaatry' ' at Dr Clapja's ot
floe this ssoralag at 11 e'eteeV,- r
you tattbraiiy aaa bmkb
Y doa't have to eoajt It or
write. BeeaHse of its wea-
lak resDoads laetantly'at the
raalntalas aa eves, steady low te
Another great advanUge of owaiag a:
r wttketrf lalu No matter where yon war
i rooaa. lectuxe kail, at the'eet.offi6e. telecrapsT
hotel, eroabe train all ye have. to dowkesr
klla Pea begins to ma dry M to dip It la any Ink-k
is the Crescent-Filler and your pen laUatly fills
write. The same simple Btotemeat
train of thought. Handaota efetaloif
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Ball 42S Auto 122
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ORDEB YOUK PUNCH W FOIM'S
Hot Lunches a Specialty. Hot Chocolate
with Whipped Cream Candlos and Ioee.
1307 0 St. PaMtn ntt 2214, It 411.
Prices 15c 6 25c
THE INITIATION OF
Enolneerlnfl Fraternity Wjll Take Men
Thursday evening at the Ltacola
hotel, tho initiation ceremonies of Slg-
! ma Tau fraternity will be held, and
eleven men. will become members of
the organisation Sigma Tau is a fra
ternity of engineering Budents, taklag'
in annually about a dosen, mea of, that
school. Tne lnitlatees Thursday even
ing will be; A.. M. Candy, ft. K.
Oantt. IL P.. Letton, W J. Wohleaberg.,
W. A. Jones, H. C. Fleming; ,P, If,.,
Wlldlsh, O. Miller, Oscar Olsea, D..
Urtuia and H. C, Calawri
Football mea. at WashUgtoa- "ara
complaining that act enough rubbers
are. proviaea lor tae teaai , ' .
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