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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
tub PUOPERTY OF
THE UNIVEKSITY OP NEBRASKA,
UY THE STUDENT PUD. HOARD.
Editor Victor B. 8mlth
Mnnoolno Editor K. P. froderlck
Atioclnte Editor -Cnrl J. Lord
Atioolata Editor T. M. Edaecombo
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Assistant Mnnaoor .0. C. Klddoo
Clroulator V. C. Hasonll
Assistant Circulator .P. T. 8tUrgls
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1900.
And still those professors continue
to hold clnsBOH past tho hour when
thoy nro supposed to desist.- Do thoy
onjoy to hoar thomselves tnlk? It
must bo so, for certainly their hear
ers would llko to get away from It.
moasuro rotrlovo thomBolvcs for tholr
past dofeats in tho oyoB of tholr,
critics. Another dofoat will ropresorit
a corresponding loss. For this reason
Nebraska students are Intensely in
terested in today's ganio.
Tho Forestry Club Is planning to
get out an annual that will surpass
nnythlng of the sort yet Issued. Tho
Forestry Club Is an example of a live
and energetic student organization
It does Its work In unique and attrac
tlvo fashion, and so far has managed
to maintain Itself without tho dead
noHs which characterizes too frequent
ly department clubs.
THE REA80N FOR IT.
At last tho tnth Is out. Tho ath.
cd. of tho afternoon sheet comes for
ward with an explanation of his atti
tude of general opposition towards
tho Nobraska athletic management.
To a Nebraskan representative tho
ath. ed. told his story. Is ho "roaBt
Ing" tho management because ho
dooBn't like them or tholr ways? Not
a bit of it. It's for a vory different
reason; nothing person in it at all.
Tho aftornoon dally Is after tho scalps
of Nebraska's managers bocauso Its
business managers think It Is getting
J.ho bad end of tho advertising deal.
"Tho paper tells mo to 'knlfo'
Eager because Eager has been 'knif
ing' It," says tho ath. ed. Then he
explains how IiIb sheet has had tho
bad end of tho advertising gamo,
how It hasn't been able to get tho
news In ns good shapo as has Its
rivals, and how other injustices have
And bo, to get oven, tho ovenlng
sheot, in a spirit of hoalthy moral re
form, Is "knifing" Eager. There Is
nothing personal In It; JiiBt a knife
for a knife. For all of which tho Ne
braskan Is devoutly, thankful. From
tho manner in which tho ath. ed. had
boon preaching reform, ono might
havo been led to suppose that there
was something seriously wrong with
university athletic affairs. Rut It
seoms to bo only a fight between busi
ness men for business patronage, and
not a moral issue at all. Ono man Is
"soro" because ho hasn't been nald
as much as another, nnd so he has In
structed his employes to wage war on
tho responsible party. Hence tho re
form, "need of a change of coaches,"
"pool- management." "schedule of
games for money," etc., etc., ad Infinitum.
ALL SOULS' CHURCH, (Unitarian)
Corner of H and 12th.
Arthur L. Weatherly, minister.
Sunday, November 21. Services 10:45
THE REV. B. F. MILLS, formerly one of the beat known and successful
evangelists in this country, a man who addressed immense audiences in almost
every large city in the U. S., will preach.
Mr. Mills' subject will be, "Have You Seen God."
In the afternoon and evening Mr. Mills will lecture at the Lyric Theatre.
At 3:30 Mr. Mills will lecture on "Emerson, The Greatest of Modern
Prophets." Hon. A. J. Sawyer will preside.
At 8 the subject will be "What the World has not Known Until Now."
Mayor Love will preside.
Admission to these lectures will be by ticket which may be obtained with
out charge at Riggs', Harley's and Rector's pharmacies. They can also be ob
tained Sunday morning at All Soul's Church,.
February 1 has been set as the date
Tho Nebraskan suggests that It Is
up to tho Btudonts to avail them
selves of tho suggestion. Tho pres
ent condition of the boll and clock
system is disgracing to tho Institu
tion and should bo remedied. For the
Information of prospective kickers, it
should bo noted that the superinten
dent's ofllco Is room 208 Administra
tion hall. The 'phone number of tho
ofllco Is 3170.
The physical geography class of the
Ashland high school will visit tho
campus today. There will be about
thlrty-flvo members of tho class, which
will bo In charge of Professor A. C.
Whltford. They will sp'end most of
their time In the museum.
Indiana University will give "The
Box of Cigarettes" on November 13.
Miulo to STAY DRY
Cruvonctt.s Not $15
1415 O St.
DIdBt notlco those meek and humble
laws about tho campus yostorday?
Thoro was a reason for It; somo ol
them wero initiated into a. law fra
tornlty tho night before.
Five-foot doorways aro provided at
tho entrance to University hall and a
six-foot passagoway Into the library.
Yet Invariably ono of tho two doors Is
closed, reducing tho space by half.
Incidentally there Is crowding, jam
ming, and loss of temper and patience.
Student athletic interest will today
bo centered upon two Holds whoro Ne
braska is working to win honors. At
Chicago the cross-country run of the
Western Intercollegiate Association
will be held at 11 o'clock. This event
Nebraska is expected to win, the odds
favoring the Cornhuskcr five by sev
eral points. Reports from Chicago
should be received in Lincoln "shortly
after noon, so that tho result of the
one contest will be known before the
other Is begun.
At Denver Nebraska goes up
against tho athletes of Coach Koohlor
in a gamo which promises to be a
hard ono. By winning the Denver
gamo tho Cornhuskers will In a largo
of tho Junior prom. This date 1b ono
well calculated to meet tho approval
of students, falling as it does just ono
week after tho final examinations aro
out of tho way. It should also meet
with a response from tho alumni of
At Nebraska, as well as at other
universities, tho Junior prom Is the
biggest event of the social season.
Not like other ' schools, Nebraska's
prom fails to bring back many of the
old grads. It should bo different and
this year is the time to start the move
for a4 more representative all-university
function. The committee intends
to do its part to bring back the
alumni; let the graduates do theirs.
Tp The Tailor
J V I J SPECI ALISTJ ON
Refitting and All Kinks of Altering
Particular attention to ladies
work and uniforms.
CLEANING and PRESSING
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
BETTER BELL SYSTEM.
The announcement that a man is to
bo employed to look after the pro
gram bells of the university will bring
Joy to many students who havo been
bothered with exasperating frequency
by tho failure or the bolls to give
proper notice of tho llight of time.
The mon in charge announce that
they wish that all faults of either
bell or clock systems should be noted
and complaints made to the olllce on
tho third floor of tho administration
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20, Saturday Denver University vs.'
Nebraska, at Denver.
20 Saturday, 8 p. m., 810 South llth
Swedish Club meets.
20, Saturday, 3 p. in. Senior 'girls'
tea for freshmen .girls. With
Prof. Wilson, my South 19th.
24, Wednesday, C p. m. Thanksgiving
25, Thursday, Nobraska Fiold Haskell
Indians vs. Nebraska.
30, Tuesday, 8 a. m. Thanksgiving re
cess ends. v
-4v Saturday, Fraternity Hall Forest
10, Friday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
Nebraska-Minnesota debute. "In
come Tax Question."
10, Friday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
Nebraska-Minnesota debate. The
Incomo Tax Question.
It, Saturday, Lincoln Hotel Sopho
17, Fridny, 6 p. m. Christmas vacation
11, Saturdayr-Y. M.-Y. W. joint social.
4, Junior prom.'
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LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School" "umL floor T
C. E. BULLAItD, U. of N. '02, Manager
We teach the fancy dances Rye Waltz, Cadets', Society
Minuet, etc., on Saturday nights, and use the University Or
chestra. This is your night, students; come and dance.
UNIVERSITY NIGHTS, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Class Nights Wednesdays and
Saturdays 8:00 to 10:00.
Private Lessons by Appointment
Socials Mondays and Fridays
8:00 to 12:00
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