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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1908)
A. G. SPALDING
Largest Manufacturers In the World
of Official Athletic Supplies.
Foot Ball Basket Ball
Ice Skates Hockey Golf
Official Implements for all Track
and Field Sports.
Uniforms for all Athletic 8ports.
8paulding'8 handsomely illustrated
catalogue of all sports contains
numerous suggestions. Sent
A. Q. 8PAULDING & BR08.
TODAY MAT. 2:30. TONIGHT 8:15
The Night of the Play
MAT 50c and 25c. NIGHT $1 to 25c
THUR8., FRI.f 8AT. and 8AT. MAT.,
The Merry Maidens
BURLESQUfc CO. WITH SAM RICE
NIGHT $1 to 25c. MAT 50c. & 25c.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7
Lincoln's Cozy 8tock Theater.
Monday Night, November 30
The Beautiful Costumed Spanish
Will Be Presented by the
PULTON STOCK CO.
Matinees Wednesday & Saturday
Prices 15c and 25c
1329 "O" 8treet.
1330 "O" 8treet.
LATE8T AND DE8T
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
11 mnkea rentvd with nUn-l
$3 Per Month.
DrgluB la Rebuilt Machine
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER' EXCHANGE
Auto llUtBn l$L 122 No. 11th
TEAM GOES TO CHICAGO
8TOCK JUDGING CONTE8T.
NATIONAL STOCK SHOW PRIZES
Many Valuable Trophies and Cups for
Both Team Work and for Indi
vidual Judging Are Tend
ered by the Committee.
The national stock show which Is to
convene for the entire weok In Chi
cago Is of more than ordinary Interest
to university students this year. Inas
much as new features pertaining to
collogo work especially in agricultural
schools, have been Introduced. 13y
startlng what is known as the stock
judging contost for American colleges,
the committee In charge of tho show
have takon a big step In recognltlng
tho Importance of collegiate training
In modern Btock raising and dairying.
Providing as It does for teams from
aft of tho more Important agricultural
schools of tho country, It 1b a rer.oK
nltlon of the fact that scientific stock
raising and dairying has come to stay.
Among some of the moro Important
schools entering the contest are Ames,
Missouri, Mlrlcsota, Wisconsin and
Nebraska. Tho contest provides for
both individual and team competition.
Tho Individual work will be for spe
cial prizes. Each team consisting of
three members Is to judgo six kinds of
standard dairy stock, and the team
carrying off the first Honors in tend
ered tho grand prize, a beautiful cup
valued at $200, and donated by tho Na
tional Btock show. Tho individual
prizes, for first, second and third, com
prise Bilver cups valued at from $G0
to $25. In all several hundred dollars
Is offered for the winning teams and
for individual prizes.
The Nebraska Team.
Professor A. L. Haesker of the Btato
experiment station and a judging team
of three students left last evening for
Chicago. The members of tho team
are: J. H. Gramllch, of South Omaha;
V. S. Culver, of South Omaha; K. Ull
mann, of Lincoln. All three have had
considerable experience in animal hus
bandry and wll bo credible representa
tives for tho university. It Is tho
Intention of the team to return to Lin
coln with Just as many trophies as
In tho judging of tho cattle, two
tuings will bo observed the quantity
of milk given, and tho amount of but-
CHRISTMAS comes this month
Better Gt Bi sy. Good Fountain Pc m $2.50 to $10
MONOGRAM STATION "RY A ny monogram, nny color. Hnrd's Fino
Linen Pa-pur 80c to fri.M) Kjr box. Engraved Calling Ciirdn $l.s5 to 15.10
per hundred, including pi it.
Established 1871 HALLETT, JEWELER 1143 O
tor fat which oach variety produces.
Tho amount of feed required (or oach
variety, and tho market value will also
ho taken Into consideration. Tho Ne
braska team expect strong competition
from tho Ames team, as tho Iowa agri
cultural schools ranks abovo all iu
respect to equipment and (acuity.
Adds New Feature.
It is thought that the executive com
mittee of the show made a wise stop
in securing tho stock Judging contest.
It will be tho means of securing the
co-operation of a largo class who here
tofore nave been practically uninter
ested in tho Bhow. By enlisting the
support of the students through tho
contest tho show promises to be 4
still bigger event each year. This !b
the first year of the contest and
thirteen universities have entered
teams. It is expected tnat by next
year all Of the large universities and
agricultural colleges of the country
will send teams to Chicago to take
part in the show.
All students who have-sung In the
MeBslnh In previous years aro urged
to assist in the coming rendition of
tho work which wjll take, -place on
Thursday, December 17. Rehearsals
aro held in tho Tomplo Music hall
.(second floor) on Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday at 5 p. m. '
W- Gleanings W I
Plates cost only $1.
Cornhusker banquet tonight.
C. H. Frey, florlBt, 1133 O SL
Tho game starts at 2:30 this after
noon. Dance music.
Phone Boll 627. Auto
John Wrlght'B, 114 South
Bros. Fine shoos. 1107
All classes will bo dismissed ufter 2
o'clock this afternoon.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O
Why not tako your bath at Chris'
bath houso, Eleventh and P streets?
John Rico, Law '10, of McCook, and
E. L. Arnold, Law '10, of Tobias, re
turned from visits home.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from ono cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St.
At tho Wednesday evening Y. M. C.
A. meeting from 6:50 tAk7.:30 o'clock
in tho Y. M. C. A. rooms.'t F. Baker
will load In a recognition mooting.
E. E. Richards, Law '10, spent tho
holidays In Oregon, Mo., and there
talked over 1908days with Don Hunt,
ex-Law'09, who Is attondlng Missouri
state university this year.
Tho university student and faculty
directory goes to press this morning.
Notice will appear when the book is
ready for distribution, which will prob
ably bo about the first of January.
Judgo Fawcett, one of tho four new
ly appointed supreme court Judges,
was for nine years a lecturer In the
law college of tho university. Ho
will bo remembered by ull the old Ne
Eight rollglous brotherhoods of tho
various churches havo combined with
tho Y. M. C. A. this week to hold a
weok of prayer. The brotherhoods are
national associations and tho week of
prayer is a national event. The meet
ings are being held every evening this
weok In tho service hall of the Tenv
ple. Tho Friday meeting is open to
both men and women.
A Joint class meeting of juniors and
senior law classes was held yesterday
forenoon to consider the matter of
holding a law school hop. After some
discussion It was decided on account
of the grea,t numbor of hops already
planned and tho lack of necessity of
such a social occasion on tho part 01
tho law department, not to attempt
to glvo a hop this year.
PU.UUE PRE8ENT8 NEW FIQURE8
Engineering School Has Enrollment of
Twentyrtwo of tho University of Pur
duo's students claim foreign countries
(or their homes. Four come from tho
.Philippine islands while China, Cuba,
and Japan aro each represented by
Tho official statoment of tho present
enrollment, including post graduates
and specials, is 1,704, sixty moro than
wore enrolled' last year. OI this num
ber 1,287 are taking tho engineering
courses, 148 aro taking agriculture, 118
scionco, 07 pharmacy, 80 post-graduato
work and 39 special work in ono of
the poverol courses.
$15 Up arc the Dressy Kind
WE HAVE OVERCOATS PRICED AS LOW AS $5.00
CRAVENETTES. The sensible garment of tho
season, made of Priestly and other cloths. Worst
eds and Cheviots in numerous stylos, shapes .and
lengths. A lightweight Overcoat suitable for wot
or dry weather, waterproof and yet dressy; in fact
very handy tho year round for theatro or dress
"THE CLOSENECK." Overcoats and Cravcnettes
are the novelty of the season, tho only proper gar
ment for stormy and windy days.
Head to Foot Clothers
THEY NEED PLENTY OF MONEY.
Education of Freshman Calls for High
Of Interest in connection with tho
efforts of several universities to in
crease tho interest In problems of
undcrgraduato instruction is an artlcio
written for tho Now York Evening
Post by Professor Robert J. Aley of
tho University of Indiana. In the
courso of his article, Professor Aley
"In tho treatment of frcBhmon the
upper school has much to learn from
those below it. When tho university
?ives tho same careful thought to the
care of its beginners as Is now given
by tho two schools below it to theirs,
the lot of tho frcBhman will be greatly
Improved, and tho whole student life
"Money is an essential element In
the care of freshmen. If thoro Is not
money enough to provide for research
and teaching, there should bo no hesi
tancy In devoting the fund to tho lat
ter cauBO. Of courso, ample means
should bo secured for both purposes.
Money should bo spent freely for
teachers. In the equipment of a de
partment it is not enough to havo n
great scholar and a superior teacher
at tho head. All who glvo instruction
In tho department should be scholars
and inspiring teachers. Such men cost
money. Secondary schools already
recognize their value, and are picking
them up at salaries much larger than
tho universities have been accustomed
to pay. Tho pleasant fiction that thoro
Is greater honor in teaching in a col-
lego than in a high school Is rapidly
passing. It win soon bo impossible
to get college teachers of first-rato
ability, except upon the .payment of
first-rato salaries. Tho work," of a
department can not bo of superior
grade unless the teaching force has.
considerable permanency. Experlonce
glvos a point of vanta'go thai the now
man must gain at tho expense of tho
students. There must be something
moro tangible than "sentiment or loy
alty to produce this desirod perraan
once; Salaries muBt bo increased. Tho
distance between tho salary of tho
head' of tho department and that of
the teachers in tho department must
po lessoned. Flyo 'thousand dollars to
tho head and. o, more pittance to tho
teachers in tho department not only!
produces dissatisfaction, but also rc-1
suits in Inferior work."
FRATERNITY WHI8T SCHEDULE.
Iowa Greeks flan Card Contest for the
Fraternities in tho Universty of Iowa
will play a series of duplicate whist
games from December 3 tq February
25 acoefding to a schedule' which' ban
been drawn up and approved by tho
Pun Hellenic council. The series will
start at tho Phi Kappa PsI houso and
continuo at tho other chapter .houses
in- tho order of their founding in tho
TRIED BY JURY OF 8TUDENT8.
Michigan Man Sentenced .by Feilowo
Tried and found guilty of "cribbing"
by a Jury of his peers, was tho method
pursued at tho University of Michigan
to rid tho school of a student who had
transgressed tho moral boundaries at
an examination held last spring.
This is the first tlmo that ij student,
has been tried by his fellow "students,
at Ann Arbor,-but itwasithoirghtwtht'
whatever action might be takon would
ho subject to less criticism. Tho de
fendant was sentenced to leave col
lege for the rest of tho year.
MICHIGANTO HAVE DORMITORIES
University Mon Will Run Bia Strife
ture on Co-op Plan.
Michigan is to havo a college dor-
mltory and a college commons, and'
the protracted dreams of thq Ann, Aif
bor students aro at last to bo realized.
Tho buildings will bo erected .jn hp
near future by Deauo & Deane,' tho .
'Chicago' firm which , planned- and ..su
perintended tho bulldlngs'of the Mia-
way dormtorjes and commons.
Tho dormitory1' will b& a. sjx-story
structure, with most olaboralo and up.
todato conveniences, and rooms to ac
commodate 300 students. 9. co$W
mons is to ho ono-stqry hgh, 'v,'
about an aero of ground and afford
a seatlnficapaclty o trorn'odd tg,$QK "
Tho. system will bo under ui'opt, ian)
agoment, restricted at first 'cpnjplato
control bolng . promised '. tho JstWonta '
as tliey show themselves , capahlo -of '
assuming' it l ' ." t
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