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VoJ. X. No. 44 ' UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1910.
Price 10 Cents.
NEARLY READY TO TALK
DEBATERS ON , HOME 8TRETCH
' OF FOREN8IC-RACE.
COY. SHALLENBERGER TO PRESIDE
BATTLE OF THOUGHT AND ARGU
MENT8 NEXT FRIDAY.
Seats Ae Going Fast Everybody Go
, Ing Closed Shop vs. Open Shop
of Public Interest.
. Practically everything is now com
pleted in the way of preparation for
the two animal Intercollegiate debates
In which Nebraska will participate,
namely, Nebraska-Illinois at Urbana
and Nebraska-Wisconsin at Lincoln.
The Juries have been selected; the
management are making reservations
for the contest at Lincoln; and full
arrangements have been made for the
departure of the team which will meet
Illinois at Urbana. The question for
discussion will bo the closed shop
yerBUs the open shop, Nebraska up
holding the affirmative at Lincoln and
the negative at Urbana, HI.
The Judges that have been selected
to decide the debates are: For the Ne-braska-WaaconBin
encounter at Lin
coln, Hon. Warren Garst, former gov--7n,l5inJrTCv"aTPf6frFfahk
Ph. D., prpfeseor of political and so
cial science of Drake university, and
Prof. Benjamin Shambaugh of the de
partment of political Bclenco, Univer
sity of Iowa. None of these gentle
men has ever served as a Judge in- a
debate in which the University of Ne
braska was represented.
The Jury at Urbana.
The jury for the Nebraska-Illinois
debate at Urbana la composed of the
following gentlemen: Prof. I. A. Loos,
LL. D., director of the school of social
science and commerce, University of
Iown; Prof. A. A. Gllmore, law profes
sor of Uiq University of Wisconsin
and Mr. C. E. Buell, attorney at law,
Tho team which will represent Ne
braska in the Nebraska-Illinois de
bate, will leave Ltncofn Wednesday at
4:30k going over tho Burlington, and
will arrive in Urbana Thursday noon.
Tho members of this team are Clifford
L. Rein. '13, of Loup City; Anan.R
Raymond. ' 1 1 f I law '13, of Falrmo'nt,
and George N., Foster, law Ml, of Ster
ling. G. Russell Mann. '13, will ac
company the team as alternate. Pro
fessor M M. Fogg will also accom
pany, the team.
, The rep.osentatlves of Nebraska in
the Ncbr-ska-Wlsconsln debate at
Lincoln are Byrne C. Marcellus, '11, of
, Lincoln: Arthur M. Oborfelder, '11, of
Sidney, and George T. Votava, law '11,
--ofTEdliclmr -Clarence" ClaTirrI2rwIH
act as alternate to this team,
Gov. Shallenberger to Preside.
The Nebraska-Wisconsin debate, the
only Intercollegiate debate in Lincoln
for the year, will be .held m Memorial
hall Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Gov
ernor A. C Shallenberger of Nebraska
will preside over the event and de
liver a brief address -while the Judges
are,M. retired. .The university- cadet
band will provide musjc for the occa
sion, giving a recital preliminary to
E. H. Hahne, business manager for
the debate, announces that every one
who anticipates hearing; the deuafe
should reserve seats before Frjday
nlglit. 'At the present date there are
only 120 unreserved seats', for sale,
TIhib far, 35 reservations have been
made for Union Literary society, 25
for Palladlan society, and 35 for the
"faculty members. AH faculty mem
bers are requested to call .for their
reservations ' before Thursday noon.
The members of Acacia fraternity
Who Was Elected Captain of the
have also laid away a good represen
tation of reserved seats.
Others After Tickets.
Reservations are also expected by
the management from a good number
of other institutions, namely: univer
sity state farm, Lincoln high school,
Temple high school, and other high
schools adjacent to Lincoln.
Everything possible Is being done by
tho management of tho local debute to
make It a financial success.. Posters
have been placed in every prominent
business house In town and 300 circu
lar letters have been issued to some
of the prominent business men and
politicians of the state. Tickets are
now on sale at Porter's, although
they may be procured from a number
WHO- GETS THE SWEATERS?
Freshmen Disqualified and Seniors In
At -a meeting of tho Interclass ath-
profeat of the seniors In regard to tho
eligibility of 'two freshmen played In
the senior-freshman football game,
wnb sustained. The awarding of
sweaters to either tho treshmeii or
Beniors Nvas.left to the decision 'of a
committee composed of one member
from each of the disinterested classes
and tho registrar. This will be final.
Report of Interclass Games.
Senior-Junior and freshman- ,
sophomore games, Nov. 11.. $12. 00
Senior-freshman game, Nov. 11. 2G.10
Total receipts, $38.10
Expense printing 2.50
Expense new ball 5.00
Expense secretary's book 25
K , t
Total expenses ? 7.75
f I mi . .. mi
Balance on" hand ". . ?30 35
. Chairman Finance Committee.
Approyed . - . .
Chm. Interclass Athletic Board,
1911 Football Team, Immediately
Southwestern Section Gather at
The southwestern section of tho
American Mathematical society held
Its annual meeting dining the Thanks
giving reccBs at tho University of Ne
braska. On Friday evening Dean
DavlB entertained the members Infor
mally at his home. Saturday was de
voted to the presentation and discus
sion of papers, Dean Davis presiding.
At the business session it was voted
to hold the next, meeting at Washing
ton university, St. Louis. Prof. Roe
ver of that institution was elected as
chairman, Prof. Kellogg of Missouri
as secretary, and Prof. Brenke of Ne
braska as the third member of the ex
ecutive committee. A comniltteo con
sisting of Professors Brenke, Young,
Hedrlck and Roever-was appointed to
consider plans for promoting the in
terests of the section.
Winners of Senior-Junior Game De
At a meeting of tho committee Monday-
evening which was ' appointed to
decide the interclass football cham
pionship the following report was
To the Interclass Athletic Board:
Your committee appointed to award
the interclass championship football
honors finds that the freshman and
sophomore teanjs wore disqualified by
reason of playing Ineligible men in a
regular scheduled game.
We therefore decjarp the winners of
the Bonior-Junlor game as Interclass
football champions for tho season of
CORNHUSKER BANQUET TICK
ETS ON SALE AT "RAG" OFFICE.
SHONKA IHEJEW CAPTAIN
NOMINATED FOR THE P08ITION
BY OWEN FRANK.
OUTLOOK TOR NEXT YEAR IS GOOD
CORNHU8KER8 PLAY A JOKE ON
Manager Eager Is Looking for a Big
ger Football Schedule
for Next Year.
Sylvester V. Shonka, star center
nnd tackle on' the Cornhuskor team
for two years, haB been elected cap
tnin of the team for 1011, to succeed
Cartain Jack Temple. Ho was nom
inated by Owen Frank and thoro were
no other candidates. It was tho gon
eral opinion before tho election that
Frank would be elected and that
Shonka would not return.
The election of Shonka insures n
strong foundation upon which next
year's tdnni can bo built up. Ho will
bo back, on tho line, and thoro will be
In ndditlon Harmon, Hornberger, Owen
Frank, Rathbono and Ernost Frnnk,
"who won their letters this year. Tho
rest of the places can bo filled to Just
nB,good advantage as they ravo been
this year from the candidates who
are now freBhmcn.
As a fitting close to a scuboii of. vic
tory after victory, the CornhtiBkorH
played a Joke on the spectators at We
Thanksgiving day game with Haskell.
It was a clever Joke, and well perpe
trated. It was not one of those Btibtlo
and hard to understand pokes, but It
was one that everyone could Bee and
appreciate. Even Haskell saw. It. 110
Tho Cornhuskers never did such a
trick boforo In all their lives, and prob
ably never will again. It is not good
for tho gnto receipts for people will
stay away If they have nothing but a
Thanksgiving dny farce to look for
ward to. Not that the Haskell game
waB a farce, or anything thnt way, but
soveral people thought it was. Tho
crowd was as big aB any of tho yenr.
Thanksgiving crowds generally aro.
They expected to see Nebraska win.
They did. They wero nlso disappoint
ed. So wero the Indians.
Some Bigger Games.
All this, not particularly the Has
kell clean-up, but all of them, has
made the outlook for olgger games
next season unusually bright. Ne
braska has demonstrated that her
eleven can travel In the fastest com
pany In tho west. With tho possible
exception of Minnesota not a team in
tho middle west, In either Chicago or
Missouri Valley, conference, played
better football during tho season Just
passed than tho Cornhuskers.
Armed wlth-thls hlnd-of --a record,
Manager Eager has set forth in quest
of games1 with Iown, Illinois and other
teams in the Chicago conference, to
take tho place of games with Peru,
Doano nnd perhaps Haskell, as there
is a goneral impression prevalent
that after this year, possibly after
next year, Haskell will be dropped
from tho Nebraska schedule.
ROOF GOING ON.
Repairs on Mechanic Arts Advance
Workmen began to erect the rafters ,
for the new roof of Mechanic Arts
hall, which was partially burned Sat
urday, November 12. Tho new roof
will be slightly higher than the one
which wus destroyed, arid the draw
ing rooms onJ.the fourth floor of tho.
.building -will-bo-bettor lighted than
they were before the fire, "The win
dows In this part of tho building -will
bo. enlarged and make better light for
tho students In this department, '
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