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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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.Business Directory Hvory loyal
Univorslty btudont Is urged to patron
Izo ttaoBo Nobraskan advortlBors, and
to mention tho Nobraskan whllo do
BANKS ' .
First Trust & Savings
J. C Wood & Co.
' Magoo & Deomor
Pala'co Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kltchon
J. R. Davis.
Miller & Palno .
Rudgo & Guonsol
C. H. Froy
.Froy & Froy
Magoo & Deomor
Palace Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
Spoler & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Magco & Deomor
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
Spoler & Simon
Franklin Ico Croam Co.
Y. M. C. A. Spa
Goodyear Raincoat Co.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Rogers & Perkins
Miller & Palno
Gregory' . - .
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"underwood Typewriter Co.
LSKETGHES OF THE MEN
WHO WON IN DEBATES
SIXTEEN CHOSEN FOR UNlVER
8ITY DEBATING SQUAD.
ALL MEN ARE EXPERIENCED SPEAKERS
Strong List of High School and Unl
verslty Honors Enumerated for
Leading Debaters of the
ThS sixtoon mon who woro soloctod
to bocomo mombors of tho univorslty
dohatlng squad from which six will bo
picked to represent Nobraska In inter
colloglato dobato havo had onvlable
records as public speakers. Not a
man on tho squad has not won honors
In dobato. Following aro personal
skotchos of oach of tho choson mon:
Bon M. Chorrlngton, 1011, Is a grad
unto of Omaha high school. Ho was
Decoration day orator and ho ropro
sentod tho school two years In Inter
scholastic dobato. Whllo dlroctor of
athlottcs at Wosloyan University In
1905 ho roprosonted Wesloyan In Intor
colloglato debating and won tho Dur
ham prlzo for dobato. Last year ho
taught at tho Omaha high school, his
work Including tho teaching of argu
mentation and debate. He Is a Phi
Claronco L. Clark, 1912, Is a gradu
ate of tho Lincoln high school. Ho
was a mombor of tho Lincoln team
which dofoatod Omaha and of tho team
which dofoatod Beatrice In 1908 he
won tho dobato championship of tho
school. Last year ho was a mombor
of tho freshman team which won tho
dobato championship of tho univorsity
by defeating both the aophomoro and
tho senior team.
Stuart P. Dobbs, 1909, Law 1911,
represented tho Beatrlco high school
In dobato for threo years, won tho
Crabtreo-Cuttor debating prlzo and was
claBs orator. In tho univorslty ho won
Phi Beta Kappa honors last year, has
been mannglng editor of tho Cornhusk-
or nnd nows oditor of tho Daily No
braskan. Iast yoar ho represented
tho university in tho dobato with tho
Univorslty of Wisconsin at Madison.
Ho is a member of tho Innocents and
of Phi Alpha Tau and Delta Sigma
Rho, tho honorary debating frater
nity. Calvin A. Emory. Law 1911. llvos at
Lincoln, but was graduatod from tho
Boatrlco high school. Ho was class
orator; won tho Crabtreo-Cuttor do
bato prlzo, and roprosonted Boatrico
two years In dobato with Omaha, onco
with Lincoln, and onco with Tecumsoh.
This is his first yoar on the intorcol
leglato debating squad.
Horace B. English, 1913, was gradu
ated from tho Lincoln high Bchool last
yoar with valodlctory honors. Ho was
an alternato sovoral times on tho high
school debating team and was a speak
ing mombor of tho team three yoars,
on two of which Lincoln won.
Goorgo N. Foster, 1910, Law 1911,
is a graduate of tho Sterling, Nobras
ka, high school. Ho won tho first
prlzo at tho public speaking contest
at tho Johnson County Fair in 1902,
and represented tho Peru Statrf Nor
mal school threo years In dobato with
Emporia, Kansas, Normal school In
1904; with tho Warronsburg, Missouri,
Normal school In 1905, and with Camp
bell College, Kansas, In 1906. He Is a
now man on tho squad.
Paul J. Halldorson, 1910, is a resi
dent of Lincoln. He Is a graduate of
tho Long Pine high school, and was a
member of tho junior class debating
team last year in the series of con
tests for tho class debate champion-,
ship of tho university. This Is his
first year on the squad.
James E. Lawrence, Law 1911, was
graduated at tho Boatrlco high school.
Ho was class orator and was a mem
ber of tho school's debating team throo
yoars. Ho has been president of his
class In college He Is a member of
Alpha Thota Chi and Phi Delta Phi.
This Is his first year's membership on
George Russell Mann, 1913, comes
from Ord. Ho won tho Central Ne
braska Teachers' Association's debate
contest in' 1904, and represented tho
Ord high school in the mterscnoiasnc
dobato 'at Lincoln in 1904 'and again
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In 1905. In 1905 ho won tho inter
scholastic contest. Ho has taken part
In twolvo high school debates, and has
boon toachlng school the last throe
Byrno C. Marcellus, 1911, is a natlvo
of Wisconsin, but now a resident of
Lincoln. Ho .Is a graduato of tho
Brosk, Nebraska, high school and in
1908 of the Peru State Normal school.
He has been toachlng at the Crete
high school tho last two years. This
"is his first yoar on tho squad.
Horbort W. Potter, 1910, is a gradu
ate of tho Omaha high school. Ho rep
resented Omaha In dobato with tho
wost Des Moines high school and also
in tho NobraBka interscholastlc debate
in 1905. Ho was also commencement
orator. Last year' he was business
manager of Nebraska's dobates with
Illinois and Wisconsin, and was tho
alternate on tho team that dofoatod
Wisconsin. He is a mombor of Alpha
Thota Chi and Phi Alpha Tau. Ho
has been 'editor of tho Dally Nebras
kan. Clifford L. Rein. 1913, was gradu
ated from tho Loup City high school
lust Juno. Ho there won a scholar
ship ontitllng him to frco .admission
to sovoral denominational colleges. He
roprosonted Loup City for two yoars
In interscholastlc debating, last year
in tho contests of tho control district
of tho Nobraska High School Debat
John L. Rice, Law 1910, is a natlvo of
Ohio, but comes from McCook, No
braska. At tho McCook high school
ho was valedictorian of his class and
was awarded free scholarship at
Doano College. In tho college of law
ho won tho first prize for excellence
in the studies for the first semester
of tho freshman yoar, and last yoar
won tho legal bibliography prize. Ho
was a member of Nebraska's team
that debated Wisconsin a year ago.
David M. Rogers, 1912, is from Ran
dolph, Nobraska. Ho was valedictori
an of his class at tho Randolph high
school and won a placo on tho fresh-
man debating team which won tho
class championship of tho univorsity
for 1908-1909. He is a new man on
Joseph T. Votava, 1910, Law 1911, of
Edholm, is a graduate of tho Fremont
Normal school, where ho won tho Tri
bune oratorical contest In 1904. He
was a mombor of tho university de
bating squad in 1906-1907 and last year
was one of tho throe Nebraskans who
mot the Wisconsin debaters at Madi
son. Allen E. Warren, Law 1911, a natlvo
of Iowa, llvos at Superior, Nebraska,
Ho is a graduate of tho Wesloyan Uni
versity academy and is a member of
the squad this year for tho first tlmo.
8TUDENT8 ARE NOT INSTRUCTED
Have Not Mastered the Use of the
Stock Room of Library.
Dr. W. K. Jowott, librarian of tho
Univorslty of Nobraska, addressed the
students at tho Friday afternoon con
vocation on tho use of the library.
Many interesting facts wore brought
up on tho proper use of tho library.
The method of using tho catalogues
In order to gain access to .the vol
umes In tho stock room was explained.
Such suggestions are of great value
to tho new students and to others
who have not "had occasslon often
enough to gain a knowledge of Its
workings. The fact of so many othor
attractions made tho attendance much
loss than it should havo been.
George BroB.. 218 So. 13th, Printers.
Calling Cards, Invites and Programs,
HAWKEYES HAVE BEEN
WORTHY FOES IN PAST
MEN FROM IOWA HAVE PUT UP
NEBRASKA WAS W1NMER THREE TIMES
Iowa Piled Up a Score of 30 to 0
1899, but Nebraska Has Been
the Winner In All Con
SCORES IN PREVIOUS YEARS.
Year. Neb. Iowa.
1899 0 30
1903 17 6
1904 17 6
1908 11 8
Today the Cornhuskers will meet a
foe who has in tho past proven a
worthy opponent. Though Iowa has
only played Nebraska four times, she
has a score for overy game and onco
rolled up a score that made the Corn
huskers tingle at tho defeat. This
happened in 1899, when the HawkeyeB
defeated Nebraska by a score of 30
to 0. It was not until 1903 that the
Cornhuskers again met Iowa and de
feated her in a hard struggle by a
score of 17 to 6. Enthusiasm for the
1903 game seems to have been dead
both at Iowa and Nebraska. The
Cornhuskers left for Iowa City with
only threo rooters to cheor them on to
victory. At Iowa but a thousand spec
tators witnessed the magnificent play
ing of Captain Bender and his team.
Iowa's only touchdown -was made
through a streak of hard luck for the
Repeated the Score.
In 1904 tho score of the previous
year was repeated on the Nebraska
field. Captain Benedict, Bender and
Johnson played ' a spectacular game,
defeating the Hawkoyes by a score of
17 to 6. This was tho game in which
tho trouble arose that ended the con
tests between Iowa and Nebraska for
Last year tho Cornhuskers again
went to Iowa City under the leader
ship of Captain Harvey and defeated
tho Hawkoyes 11 to 8. But iast year
tho conditions were different. Not
three, nor threo hundred, but a mass
of rooters were at tho train to cheer
tho men on their way. It was a hard
fought contest, but tho Cornhuskers
put up the strongest fight of tho year,
with tho oxception of tho Minnesota
game, and their stonewall defense be
came famous throughout the western
ADVICE TO UNI GIRLS
DON'T YELL AT GAMES
80 8AY8 ADVI8ER TO UNIVER81TY
WOMEN IN ADDRE88.
IT IS ABSURD TO GET UP AND HOWL
Co-Eds Ought Not to Make Themselves
Appear Foolish by Acts at Ath
letic Contests or by Buggy. '
Riding at Night. .
Miss Eva Johnston, acting adviser
of women in thb University of Mis
souri, explained tho duties of tho Coun
cil of Women at the women's mass
3 for $1
meeting in the auditorium this
"I want the university to mean
something for womanhood as well as
for scholarship," she said. "The coun
cil stands first for honesty. If any
girls depart, however thoughtlessly,
from the straight and narrow line, it
shall be the duty of the council to tell
them what Is expected of them. It is
tho council's duty to investigate dis
honesty In university work as woll as
the morals of the university women In
About Driving at Night.
"But the freshmen want us to bo
definite as to those ideals. I refer
among other things to going driving
at night. Not to go driving at night
is simply living up to the standard of
the best families in tho state, which
must be the standard of the Univorsity
"Need I mention," she asked, "loud
conduct on the street or at home? It
may bo by voice, manner, or even
"I stand in very close relation to
you. I want to know you and know
difficult, and you will have to help me.
I want you to come to mo with any
problem that you may encounter In
your university life. I stand, In a
sense, in the place of your mothers.
I can't of course, see that you wear
rubbers or carry an umbrella, but I
hope the women with whom you board
will tell you these things.
"Don't Be High and Lofty."
"I want you to appeal to me as
woman to woman. I will be glad to
see you and oven have you advise mo,
for I am new at being adviser of
women. But don't be too high and
lofty, for you might hurt my feelings.
"As to women yelling, I think pre
meditated yelling is absurd. Women's
voices don't carry and they sound ab
surd when they yell. No woman has
a right to make herself absurd. If
something unusual happens and it
comes naturally, get up and howl if
you want. But don't force yourself.
If you do, the men will bo right In
calling you co-eds. A co-ed la a wo
man who comes to tho university with
a determination to imitate tho men.
We hope to stand for things as high
and noble as the men, but we are not
Miss Mary Loltch, tho chairman,
brought before the attention of tho
mass meeting the necessity of starting
a fund for a new woman's gymnasium.
Tho women voted almost unani
mously to request their escorts at foot
ball games to take them to tho south
bleachers on Rollins Field. For a wo
man to sit on the north bleachers at
a football game will be considered a
breach of university etiquette.
ARCHITECT COMING NOV. 10.
Boston Firm Will Send Representative
to Lincoln to Make Plans.
As a result of an interview had by
Chancellor Avery with tho Boston
architectural firm which drow the
plans for the proposed university med
ical campus in Omaha, a member of
the firm will bo In Lincoln Nov. 10-11
to view the present city campuB. From
his observations while in tho city and
from suggestions made by members
of tho faculty and board of regents,
ho will prepare a model plan for a
future university campus.
Tho board of regents' will moot at
the time of th,o Boston man's viBit and
will transact a considerable amount of
NEW HIGH 8CHOOL8 ACCREDITED
Annual Inspection by University Com
mittee Begins Report on Ne
At tho meeting of tho commlttoo on
accredited schools, tho following, four
year high schools were accredited for
the year 190910; partly on report of
Inspection this year and partly on the
condition of tho schools indicated by
tho detailed report: '
Adams, Beatrice, Blair, Brownoll
Hall, Crete, David City, Fremont,
Grand Island, Harvard, Hebron, Hoi
drogo,. Lincoln, McCook,' Nebraska
City, Norfolk, . Omaha, Plattsmouth,
Schuyler, Seward, Sterling, Superior.
Tecumsoh, west Point, Wymore.
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