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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1909.
Tho great state of Iowa's two big
schools Amos collogo and tho stato
unlvorslty are at a crlslB In tholr ath
letic relations. A yonr ago tho two
Institutions soverod their connections
In tho department or sports and did
not moot In football or any othor
branches of athletics during 1908.
After tho close of tho gridiron Boason
last Tall prominent alumni and stu
dents of each school started a move
ment to bring about a resumption of
relations. For a whllo It looked as
though the plans of the peace makers
would succeed, but certain members
of both faculties of both schools about
three weeks ago throw tholr lnfluenco
to koop the schools apart, and it now
looks as though tho break will not be
repaired this year. Tho matter has
thrown the students or both schools
into tho throes or public discussion for
tho last week, and at tho present time
whllo tho troublo is pending final set
tlement tho prospects of an amicable
agreement is holding the attontion of
thle papers, alumni and undergrad
uates of tho two colleges.
All Nebraska studonts who have
watched progress of tho two schools
and who are conversant with tho pres
ent squabble hope that the two Insti
tutions will resume their relations at
once. Ames and Iowa, as tho two lead-
Thursday,- 14Mlw .Helon Gregory on
tho music sotUbmont in Now
York, Convocation. A
Friday, 15 Nbn-Com Hop at Fratern
"Mooting of tho Graduate Club.
Amos basketball' gamo 8 p. m.
Prof. Rudolph "Tombo, Jr., 3u
"Par&lval" at spoclal convocation,
Temple, 5 p. m.
English club moots with MIsb Mil-
lei4, 1617 J streot.
Meeting of senior "play committee,
U. 100, 5 p. m.
Free concert by cadet band, audi
torium, Temple, 8:15 p. m.
Graduate Club banquet 0 p. m., Tom-
Sigma XI fraternity moots Zoology
lecture room at 8 p. m.
Saturday, 16 Ames baskotball game.
Informal dance 8 p. m.
Fridaq, 22 Sonlor prom at Lincoln
Drako basketball gamo 8 p. m.
Saturday, 23 Drako baskotball gamo.
Informal danco 8 p. m.
Monday, 25 Somostor examinations
Friday, 29--Sophomore Informal at
Kansas basketball gamo 8 p. m.
Semester examinations closo.
Saturday, 80 KanBas baskotball gamo
8 p. m. Informal dance.
Monday, 1 Missouri baskotball gamo
8 p. m. -
Friday, 5 Junior Prom at Lincoln
Friday, 19 Minnesota baskotball
game 8 p. m.
Saturday, 20 Minnesota baskotball
gamo. Informal dance 8 p. m.
QUE8TION8 HAVE BEEN CH08EN.
Cbmmlttee. Makes Announcement Con
; cernlng. Class Debates.
At a, ineoting last evonlng of- the
chairmen 'of the committees of tho
different classes on inter-class debat
lng tho questions were chosen for the
preliminary and final debates. Accord
ing to present plnnB each class will be
represented by a team of three mem
bers and one alternato to be chosen by
February 22d. At a date to be later
announced tho freshmen and sopho
more class teams will debate with
each other and tho junior and senior
teams will do likewise. Tho question
which was choson by the commltteo
for these two dobates is as follows:
"Is the new Plan for the university
cadet encampment preferable to tho
old plan?" This same question will
be used in the preliminary tryouts to
choose members of tho different
For the final championship debate
botweon tho winners of thp other two
debates a new question has been
choBon. The question selected is as
follows: "Resolved, That congress
Bhould pass a law providing for a com
pulsory system for tho guarantee of
deposits in national banks." This
final debate will be held about a
month aftor tho debates on the en
The committeo on debate in each
olasB has chargo of tho tryouts tor
places on the class team. Choice of
speakers will be mado by competitive
tryouts and those Interested should
soo tho committeo.
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of ItB strongest members. An athletic
body llko a Big Seven conference can
not keep its position and Influence un
less It has "big" BchoolB among Ha
If Iowa Is to remain In tho Missouri
valley conference and there 1b to bo
peaco among tho members of that
body, Ames and Iowa must patch up
their troubles. They must come to
gether ir.id moot each other In friend
ly vciiioHtH in every branch of hport.
When I Ley do that they wlli again be
Kin tlu development of a high spirit
In rtlueticB and will do a gi'cvit deal
WE8LEYAN DEFEATS AMES FIVE.
Aggies Forced to Take 8hort End of
31 to 21 Score.
The Ames basket-ball five which will
meet the Cornhuskors In the armory
Friday and Saturday nights was taken
into camp by tho strong Wesleyan
quintet at University Place last night,
the scoro being 31 to 21. The gamo
was not marked by any very fast play,
although the Methodists at times ex
hibited flashes of brilliancy. Ames was
weak in guarding and in goal' tossing.
The Aggies have not been able to
strike a very faBt clip since they be
gan tho present trip and they havo
not won a game. They have two or
three fast playors, though, and If the
hard luck which has been pursuing
them goes away before tomorrow
night they ought to give tho Corn
huskers a hard rub.
Tho Nebraska five has been at work
each day Binco ItB return from the
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ing schools of tho great Hnwkoye
commonwealth are natural rivals for
tho premier honors of thelr"slate.
Thoy also, owing to their location, are
tho great rivals of tho CornhiiBkers.
When they fail to agree thoy shako
tho equanimity of the Missouri Valley
conference, of which both are mem
bers. So long as tho present relations be
tween them exist the affairs of th
Big Seven can not run smoothly. Tho
rules of that body can not bo mado
, so that they will BatlBfy both of the
' belligerents. Those schoolB will main
tain the same attitude toward each
other that Michigan had toward tho
loading Big Nino conference members
a few years ago when tho Wolverines
thought they were getting things rub
bed into thorn. Either Iowa or Ames
will withdraw from tho Missouri Val
ley conference. In fact Iowa Is not
considering such action. No student
'' In this section or the country who has
the good or collego athletics at heart
wants to see such a move.
Iowa and Ames 'both belong in the
Missouri Valley conference. They bo
long with Nebraska, Kansas and Mis-
:ri. For the efficiency of tho Mis
souri valley conference's athletics
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v;fcanization can not afford to lose any
toward making the nthletes of tin Mis
souri Xf.'U'y conference the best m the
Nebraska wants-to meet the athletic
teams from both Ames and Iowa every
year. It wants tho teams from both
of those to be friendly toward each
othor so thai they will bo fighting to
dofend the honor or the great stato
or Iowa against the great state or Ne
braska; and not merely straining ev
ery effort to defeat tho Cornhuskor'
in order that thoy may reign supremo
over one another. .
Nebraskan at Missouri.
Silas Bont, Assistant Professor of
Journalism and Managing Editor of
the Unlvorslty Mlssourian, has tend
ered his resignation, to take oftect
February 1. Mr. Bent beroro coming
here (last September was assistant city
editor or tho St. Louis PostDIspatch,
and he will now return to his work
there. His successor 1b to be Frank
L. Martin, assistant city editor or the
Kansas City Star. Mr. Martin took
$ho A. B. degree at the University 6r
Nebraska in 1902 and comos woll rec
Kansas trip last week and is thought
to be improving over its poor rorm
shown in the two games with the Jay-hawkors.
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Prof. B. F. Clarke, the oldest pro
feBBor at Brown, died during tho va
cation. His death came six days after
that of his wife.
iMlss Enid May Jackson is seeing
greon this week. She, sees so much
green as the "Girl With, tho Green
Eyes" that Clyde Fitch's little comedy
Is made extremely delightful. MIbb
Jackson has mado the biggest hit of
her Lincoln career in this play, she
Is a pleasing little soul and 'without
her the Fulton's would be "worthless.
Lewis and Green, comedlnns, and
Newton, a mystifler, make tho Ma
jesti6 worth seeing.
"The Servant In the House" is an
nounced for tho Ollvtir Monday.
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Two Big Basket-Bail Games
Famous Ames Aggies
Friday and Saturday Nights
Informal Dance alter Game Saturday
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