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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOAIID.
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WBDNK8DAY, NOVEMBER 18,' 1008.
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JHE ANNUAU DEBATES.
Thb members' or tho two teams
which will dobato with Illinois and
Wisconsin have boon announced and
In four weeks tho biggest forensic
contest of tho year will bo at band.
Tho art of debating hats reached 'a
high1 tlogroo of perfection both at Illi
nois' and Wisconsin, and both of thoso
debates will bo blttorly fought with
victory uncertain until tho Inst mo
mem). Debating Is an Intellectual sport, and
tp bq succ.oBSful It donmnds tho united
effort of tho student body just Ab much
us does football. Dobatlng requires
long and careful preparation, and
when tho representatives pf tho school
fool that they have bbhlnd them tho
onthUBlastic support of ovory studont
It givos the man encourngomont that
Is. worth everything.
Tho good nnmo of Nebrnskn do
mands that her representatives ncqult
thomsotvos creditably on tho night of
Pocember 11th. School spirit demands
that thq studonts' contribute every
thing, to tho successful outcome of
thosp debates that they can. Tho
membors of tho tcamB may labor to
bring victory to Nebraska, but tho
debates will not bo truly successful
unless tho efforts of the debaters aro
given ttio enthusiastic support of
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1141,0. TWO STOKES I4IS.O. 100 down of them
Not a Bad Guess.
Ono would think from tho Dally No
braskan that Nebraska was a school
qf IndlanB, Aftpr every Important
gamp tho above mentlonod paper
comes put in some .guady color,' sonio
times a deep rod and again in vivid
pink. Will tho Nebraskan containing a
report of the Kansas gamo bo on a
black sheet? Missouri Independent.
The student's directory will eooh be
ready for distribution. Any student
who has changed his address since reg
istration 'see to-It at once that the cor
rect address and telephone number If
on the Registrar's list. Attend to this
not later than Friday of this week.
THE Y. M. A Y. W. EDITORS.
Several of the eastern colleges have
gun cmbs and hold shoots with each
btner as a 'regular intercoliogiate
event' Among those having such clubs
nro -Harvard, 'Yalo and Pennsylvania.
ld'en nay attend 4 tho 'girl's basket
bajl gamep;at:MIchlgan when Invited.
' ;WjJo'Wb a smajl nro l& tho tittoni
oHf mte at dePkuw-Irocbb'tly. , f
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ThemterWaiig rt8kvet.'ball 'seaso
hasppened at Lehigh.'
WORK GOES RAPIDLY
INC. 'R IS FAST.
MILD WEATHER NOW MOPED FOB
Failure to,:Oet.,th.,ulldlng Inclosed.
Before Winter Sett In May Pre
vent Its Being Finished
By thoso in charge pf the work on
tho engineering building, tho mild
weather of the last fow days Is consid
er ell to bo one Pf tho most fortunnto
things that pould have occurred. If
it is possible for .work to continue
without lnterrupton until tho first of
Jariunry it is bollovod that by that
tlmo .he walls will be llnishcd and the
building can bo roofed over.
For tho first tlmo since the building
was started, work is now going for
ward smoothly and rapidly and tho
lack of material Is causng no delay.
Enotigh mntorlal is now on tho ground
to practically coipploto the work. A
large1 forca of masons aro on tho job
and as a result tho walls aro going
Heioht of Walls.
At tho present time tho brick work
has Just reached tho second story
level. Heavy Irpn Jlntpls havo been
usod ovor the largo first floor win
dows nnd several iron workers are
busy putting in placq the hoavy Iron
girders of tho second floor. Torra cotta
Is bong used, largqly in tho construc
tion of tho building and among othor
things Is being used to face the iron
Professor, Richards declares that un
less the contractors aro ablo tp finish
tho walls without sorlous delay It may
bo impossible, to get tho bulldingTfiT
ished in time for tho opening of school
noxt fall. This will, cnuso much dif
ficulty as It would bo vory hard to
movo tho mechanical engineering de
partment during tho course of tho
Effect of Cold Weather.
It Is generally contended by on-i
glnoers that it is porfectly proper to
lay up brick work in froozlng weather.
Tho damago does not como to tho mor
tar whllo It is frozen but when it is
freezing and thawing. If tho mortar
freezes up solid, nnd itays frozon until
it Is dry then no 'damago is dono, but
If it thaws beforo it is dry its strength
may bo destroyed. Tho danger In this
I want to Sox every
7ic a Pair
climate is that It Is liable to thaw at
Nearly all tho contracts . for tho
building havo been let, but the contract
for tho roofing is still open and will
probably bo lot at tho Decombor moot
ing of tho board of regentB. It .was
intended to lot this at tho last meeting
but tho matter cotilt not bo gotton
ready in time.
Whqn copiploted tho t engineering
building will bo ono of Iho mtfst'subr
stantial as woll as ono of tho most'
serviceable buildings on tho campus.
It Is ono of tho fow buildings that aro
completely fireproof. Bosldos this It
will bo ono of tho most attractive ap
pearing bulldlngB on tho outside. Great
caro has been takon that tho color of
tho torra cotta Bhall be In harmony
with tho color of the prossod brick.
Besides this, red ti'lb wlirbo usod for
tho roof, which will give an added tono
to the building.
, Tho Utah girls aro practicing cross
country running. . . ,
T Tho Oborlin
l debato 'teams hata beon
are't6 haVo four.' deb' htes
this" yean '
rA oVoitV, tbv 'dlrebt Ihb wbm'bfi'a
politics has been organized at Missouri.
A8 SEEN THROUGH AQQIE EYES.j
I. 8. C.; Student Gives It Credit
- Credit Is Due. . j
'Eolo'w -'aro' published several ex
tracts taken from the account of tho
Nebraska-Ames game printed in I. S.
X$. Stiiileht, jho 'official paper at Ames'
Tho Nebraska- attltttdo was a grand
tribute to tho red and .yhito. Alter
tho game nothing but ?gbod wJH and
fellowship was heard from tho uni
versity people, Friendly oxchanges of
slcoyp banls and. pennants wprp mado
and none of tho rowdylsh scrappingwaB
seen which often follows tho gnmo In
other clllee. '
Besides being impressed with tho
cyclones., nnd their great duplication
of tho sdorps, thq Nebraska jeoplo
were well impressed with Die flashy
rooting of tho Ames fans. Nothing
llko It was over heard In Omaha. Out
numbered flvo to ono, the I. O. C. R.
drowned out overy unlvorsity yell,
rinrd luck, or good, tho Ames rpqting
was florco, Bharp a.nd bearty.
A ninn wlth a big black bottle and
a wonderful ihfluenco with tho Corn
huBkers. What wonderful elixir tho
said bottlo contnlnedr-whother water
frpm tho Fountain of Youth, or a pri
vate concoction patented by King Cole
nobody seemed to kpow, but it had
a wonderful Influence when a few
drops wore allowed to gitrglo down an
eager Nebraska tbroa't. Our 'varsity
had thoni far bested on condition, tak
ing out time onco for every ten times
Nebraska called for recess.
Nebraska had much hotter success
with tho forward pobs than Ames, and
used It more frequently. When Heggon
tried to' pass, ho was' almost always
surrounded by Nebraska men before
ho find a chance to throw, and oven
When ho did get tho play off tho
'catcher would bo woll covored.
The weight was greatly In Nebras
ka's favor and they pounded tho Amps
line to tho limit of tho cyclones'
strength. This, with their splendid In
terference and excellent uso of tho
delayed pass, gavo them the victory.
The winning score was made by
Cooke. Coach colo Is vory fortunato
In haying two splendid quarterbacks.
Whon his first man had played him
self out and all tho playors on both
sides wore thoroughly tired out by tho
fierce work, Colo sont in Cooke as his
last hopo for vlotory, and tho old-time
star dodged and sprinted ahead of his
defense to a touchdown in tho last fow
minutes of the game.
Ames mado no substitutions, every
man fighting to tho last second. Ne
braska sent in at leaBt four fresh men.
fellow in school at
6 Pair 45c
Black and Tan-all sizes
Thq "peek-a-boo" was played twito
tho .first for a fumble and the second
timo for eight yards. Tho Nebraska
interference outclassed that of Ames,
four men usually playing advanco
fcunrd for ovory rup,
Tho Nebraska onds lived up to their
reputation as stars In the(r position,
but they wore not superior to tho
-Kansas unlvorBity-is"maklna stroi?
ioW doniand for atrqot car. service.
Tho underclassmen at Amherst hold
each year a cider track niept. The
winning team get a fifty gallon bar
rol of cldor which Is opened on tho
Vacuum cleaners arq tp be Installed
in several of, the Wisconsin buildings
including tlje men' gymnasium
At tho Now Mexco agricultural
college, tho 'bdskqtbajl, learns practicq
on. tho' main floor of tye administration
the fall Cariiegfo regatta at Princot
ton; botweeu'tho class; fourd apd bights
Is'tb'bp'tieid NOVtimborls' ' '
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Tft' nV-t,o 'VW- WJ iJWC'J-'J
Union buildings are to be pubrfshod
Popular tor fi " Two for
TWO SEASONS TM 26c
Imitated In shape, but tho " Pat
ented Lock Front" which avoids
collar spreading, can be had ealy in
MUl 6UIIT COLUi C0.,(Hskm)Jrer.N.Y,
Glasses of Soda Water
old and drank from onr 90th Century
Sanitary Soda 'Fountain season 1008.
Agency Hnylbra, Gnnthors rind Lown
ys Chocolates and Bonbona.
The Dru Cutter. aBF
The Drug Cutttr.
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
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m m TiiriCC and Bllrer .Letter
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Mondays and Fridays
BegtaRer'a CUtscs Wed. A St,
Private Lessons by Appolntwcat
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Suits Cltaned and Pressed Only $1,50 Per Month
-W make a specialty of new 5iiits-?ado rjghl Jiere in.
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Wccmn fire you the betpncIt ocida, betticrVe
Capital Grocery ' $1V&- 1435 M !St
THE MffCOLSYDANCINQ AQADEMV
will hay social dances on Monday and
Frijay-vonins;. By. invitation. Tho
boginnqrs' class on Wednesday even
lngv Pjrivaitb lessons will bo givon
from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. each day of.
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