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THE DAILY NIBEASKAN
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THB PJjOPMRTY OP
TUB UNIVMMITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDBNT PUBLICATION BOARD
. KDITOJUAL STAFF.
Editor m. ...... C. J. LORD
Manajdngr Kdlt6r, ....., 0. T. LIDDELL
Awoclate dltorM..T.T. J. IIARORAVE
Associate JldUbr. ...... A. H. DINSMORlfl
Manager-.. .,..,.,..;. ...O. C, K1DDOO
Awlatant Manager. ...... V. C. HASCALL
Circulation Manager.. O. C. BUCHANAN
. -iEdlterlal and Business Officer
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NOVEMBER 1, 1910.
Tho sophomores peruana feel n
great deal similar to tho way that
KanBAB will feel next Saturday oven
Ing. . 4, . '
To tho Editor of tho NobrnBlcan.
Inasmuch as R, S. M., '10, has soen
fit to criticise in your columns, tho
university authorities for neglecting
to put in place "tho beautiful lamps
which wo gave, tho university as a re-,
mombranco at the entrance of Library
Hall," permit mo to say. that the rea
son for tho dolay is that tho authori
ties are waiting for tho clnss to pay
for tho lamps, as tho manufacturers
Inform us that remittance has not
been mndo to dato.
Tho university authorities do not
wish to crlticlso tho clnss as a whole
for tho unbuslhesBllka character ot
theoporations of Its committees, hut
Jinvlng adjusted tho claims for dam
ages arising from the unbusinesslike
actions of tho program committees,
wo do not now feel like asking the
regents to pay fori a present which tho
clnsB Is supposed to have mado to
tho institution. Difficulties of this
sort will bcKavoidcd In tho futu.ro
through the recent rule of tho regents
requiring nil similar orders to be
placed through this office.
Yours very truly,
E. H. CLARK.
Y. W. C; A. GIRLS INTERESTED
ARE ACTIVE IN JUBILEE CONFER
ENCE HELD-IN LINCOLN.
MEETINGS ARE A BENEflT TO STUDENTS
MR8. AVERY PRE8IDE8 AT A 8E8
8ION IN MUSIC HALL.
Considered Worth While to University
People Faculty Members
Work Called For4 and Dolivorod Students Work a Specialty
'nnnnSatnnlavNlffht'AllNicht WOLFE & YOUNG
Sulfa Cleaned and Pressed $1.25
Pressed 50c -
It Is'up to tho membors of the soph
omoro class to show now that they
aro-VeaFmbn and women. That tho
second year students should hay) tho
sympathy ot tho upper clusBmon is a
recognized fact. They, howovor,
should bo good losers and prove to
tho rest of tho members of the stu
dent body that although thoy lost, that
th6ynro not alone 'out after class
spirit, .but that Nebraska spirit Is
bubbling ovor'ln tho hearts of tho
sophomores from a hidden fountain
Thov freshmen class have won tho
light" to wqar caps. By dofenting tho
sophomores so decisively Saturday,
thoy deserve o bo allowed the right
To tho Editor.
TJenrSlr: Tho Sunday morning pa
pers expressed surprise that the Om
aha pooplo who wore at tho Nebraska
Doano gamo woujd cheer for Doano
rather than for Nebraska, especially
In view of tho fact that somo of tho
university students yelled for Onmhk
during tlfe Omaha-Lincoln game.
Perhaps this statement by an Om
aha cadet will explain the attitude of
somo of the Omaha visitors who root
ed for Doano. Ho said: "Wo went to
tho troublo of bringing our band to
Lincoln, and did our part toward mak
ing tho musical pnrt of the program
onjoyajble. We did not care whether
tho university fellows cheered for Lin
coln or not, we did not care If the unl
vorslty band played for Lincoln, but
tho renson wa got sore wob because
tho university band 'butted' In and
.played while ourtband waB playing."
, Yours truly
Tho girls of tho university Y. W. C.
A. aro all overflowing with the excite
ment created by the preBenco of the
Women's Missionary Jubilee confer
ence now being held in Lincoln.
Meetings, assemblies, rallies, confer
ences andJubileeB nre tiro order of the
day, and svery one seems to bo en
A big mass meeting was held Sun
day evening at tho First Bapttat
church; at which the following people
spoko: Mrs. John SIlvortHorn, repre
sentative of tho women's board of
Presbyterian missions; Miss McLau
ren, representative of tho Bapttat
board; MIbs Fenengn, missionary to
Turkey; Airs. W. A. Montgomery,
chief executive of the missionary
Mrs. W. T. Elmore spoke at the
noon meeting yesterday, which was
her last appearance at tho Unlyorslty
of Nebraska before her return to In-dia.
Somo very successful denomina
tional meetings are being conducted,
primarily for tho purpose of Informing
tho prospective missionaries concern
ing tho missionary requirements ol
tho respective bonrdB. These are un
der tho leadership of Miss Fenengn,
Miss Walker and Mrs. Sllverthorn.
The climax of all meetings being
hold under the supervision of tho wo
men's missionary jubilee came yester
day evening at 4 o'clock. This meet
ing was held in music hall nnd con
sisted of a splendid address by Dr.
Mary R. Noble of India and Mrs. W.
A. Montgomery of Rochester, N. Y.
Mi-b. Samuel Avery participated In the
program by presiding over the meet-
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS
to wear "tho numoralod headgear.
However as .first year students thoy
should remember that In winning tho
Olympics thoy have no moro rights
than they l'mdro'vlous to Saturday
morning, with this pno exception.
First year students should remember
that theyT have boon hero but six
weeks, and also ..remember that tho
word of tho upper. , classmen is tamp
ered with experience. Any action on
tho part of' tho first year cIobb which
will tend to destroy tho harmony of
tho university w.Hl call forth tho. criti
cism of the upper classmen in n
manner that tho freshmen will remem
ber as long as thoy are studeuts at
tho University of Nebraska. ,
DEBATING TEAMS ARE PICKED
Continued from Pago 1
"Tho Booster" Is tho name of a pub
lication which Ispdited and managed
by tho students ot tho Temple high
school, "It Is a neat little Bheet, but
on thlng which doesot. look right
Is the class ,q somo of tho advertising
it carries. Dancing' academy ads and
cigar store ads wfilch aro not' allowed
' In a unlyorslty publication should not
be' allowed! in a high school paper
fWhlch Is under' tho supervision of the
Order class pns at once. Order at
ablo In library frpm 1 to 5,ivm-, or
itrpjn members of tho committee. All
; orders must be In by Thursday, No
vember 3. Conimttteejnen are: Ivan
McKlllip, Harry ball, W. O. Forman,
Floranco Tinkham, P, J. Halldorsen,
p, S. Glimore. H. E. DIXON,
3t ' Chairman.
A new mineral called 'groutite" has
:, Ijeen discovered by a member ot the
debating championship last year. At
tho present timo he Is senior manag
ing editor of "Tho Cornhusker." Ray
mond Is also a member of Phi Alpha
Tau, tho honorary debating fraternity.
Clifford L. Rein, 1918, is a graduate
of tho Loup City high school. He has
represented this sctiool for two yeara
In InterscholnBtle debntlng. As a grad
uate of the Loup City high school he
won a scholarship entitling him to free
admission to several denominational
colloges. Ho won a place on tho uni
versity squad In his freBhman year.
J. 'T. Votava, 1910, law 1911, of Ed
holm, Is a graduate of the Fremont
normal school, whore ho won the' Tri
bune oratorical contest In 1904. Ho
was a member of the university de
bating squad in 190(M907, and ; de
bated with Wisconsin at Madison in
1908, and with Minnosota at Lincoln
last yenr. Ho Ib a member of Phi
Alpha Tau and Phi Delta Phi.
Tho Judges of the debate at which
these men 'were selected were Prof. O.
E. Howard, Prof. Edwin Maxey, Prof.
Geo. O, Virtue, Prof. G. A. Stephens,
and Prof. M, M. Fogg. It has also
boom decided that these debates will
be held Friday evening, "December 2,
This. date Is two weeks earlier than in
Elbert Burnet, ex-l910,i'as In Lin
coln Saturday. Mr. ptfrnetMi coach
ing the Omana .nign scnooi team mis
'year. Last year" Mr, Burnet was very
successful In coaching the, Peru nor
mal football team.
Ing. Representatives of the various
women's clubs Df tho university fac
ulty were present. The- meeting was
considered by many of the officials to
bo in most respects the one most,
worth while and bonollclal-to, tho-atu-dents.
Lincoln la considered very fortunate
in securing the women's missionary
jubilee. The leaders of the movement
mado an initial requirement that the
thirty largest cities of the United
States would be the llrst to qualify
for tho assembly jubilees. '
All University organizations are re
quested to send In announcements
which they desire to havo published.
A meeting of tho sophomore- hop
committee will bo hold In U112 Tues
day at 11:30 a. m.
Senior football team will meet Tues
day at 5 p. m. to elect a captain.
A meeting of the Intorclass athletic
board will be held in the "gym" Tues
day at 11 a. m.
Cross-country team try-outs will be
hold Wednesday at 4 V- m.
Football game. Nebraska vs. Kan
sas. Aat Lawrence, Saturday, No
Football rally will be held Tuesday
at U a. m. In Memorial hall.
The Pershing Rifles-wTll moot in the
armory Thursday at 7:15 pt in,
The mid-week meeting of the Y. ,M.
O, A. will be, held Wednesday at 6:50
n. bu .
vmite j? m .MM Mfcv
For Xunches Put Up for Parties,
also Ice Cream and College Ices, and
Fruit Punches Call at
THE FOLSOM, 1307 O St.
The nlverslty of Nebrafcka urges all young people, who can, to
take a four-year high school course and prepare to enter college.
Some, however, cannot spend the "time required by the high school
nnd collego courses. For the benefit of these, the University estab
lished, a number of years ago, the ,
School of Agriculture
which admits those who have completed
The Country Schools
Courses given In Practical Agriculture, including Agronomy, Agri
cultural Botany and Chemistry, Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Domes
tic Sclqnce, parm Machinery, Farm Management, Farm Veterinary
Practice, Horticulture and the general branches. , '
Registration at the University Farm, starting October 31, 1910.
NEW TERM STARTS
NOVEMBER 1, 1910
For information address A. E. Davisson, Principal, Tho Uni
versity Farm, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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