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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THIfl PROPERTY OF
TUB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor C. J. LORD
Managing Editor O. T. LIDDELL
AsBOOlato Editor T. J. HARORAVE
ABSoolato Editor A. II. DIN8MORE
Manager O. C. KIDDOO
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DECEMBER 2, 1910.
"Will December 21 never come?
Have you purchased your tlckot for
tho CornhuBker banquot?
Spoaklng of eligibility rules rwho
won tho class football championship?
Cpach. Kennedy of the Jayhawker
football team wob generous onougTTto
put four Cofnhuskers on his All-valley
Benjamin Andrews. Evory student
and faculty member Joins, in aa ex
pression of sympathy, and a hope for
an early recovery.
Unless students of tho university
rally to tho support of tho debating
team, tho Nobraska-Wiscousin debate
tonight will bo a financial failure. Bo
there do your part toward showing
that Nebraska studonts aro broad
onough to back up every activity in
Fremont ministers objected to the
appearance of tho University Glee
club in the Fremont opera house on
Christmas Sunday, on tho ground that
any but devotional songs, would be de
cidedly out of place. Has any organi
zation of tho Nebraska university ever
given causo for criticism on nccount
of a non-obsorvanco of tho Sabbath
day? A gleo club recital is not a min
To tho Editor of tho Daily Nobraskan:
I cannot understand why tho tick
ets to tho debate have not been sell
ing faster. It may bo that many have
been putting the matter off until tho
last day. This 1b often tho caBO in all
such affairs as this, and I look for a
largo sale of seats today. However,
in an event liko 'this, where a good
scat is such an advantage, I should
think thoBo Interested would make
their reservation early, True, Jomo
rial hall Is small and nny of tho Beats
aro good, but ono naturally likes to
bo fairly well up to tho front with
tho roBt of them. Many have taken
advantage of this, but there aro still
Borne good seatB left.
I Beo no reason why debating
shouldn't pay out thiB year. The
management has done all in its power
to subBervo tho interests of the stu
dents. Much caro has been taken to
boo that no other university functions
occur to prevent attendance at tho de
bato tonight. Tho students aro also
freed from the worries and vexations
of mid-semester examinations. It Is a
dato on which all can afford tho time
to go. rhen, too, i tiling "tlnrstuderttsj
aro lnxeresxea. Tnore seems to be a
Btrongor school spirit here than for-
MENS TAN SHOE
Just the thing
Manager Eagor's attontlon is called
to a suggestion mado recently by a
wide-awake student: Why would It not
be a good idea to bank up the athletic
field and flood it for a skating rink?
If you have not yot visited tho' Ne
braska Art association's exhibit in the
library building, try to do so beforo
It closes. It is more than worth the
timo of any student and 1b both enter
taining and instructive.
Up to tho present writing no stu
dent haa volunteered an answer to tho
frlondly roast from our brethren at
Unlvorslty Place. Tho entiro school
might reply by giving the Daily Ne
Jbraskan a subscription, list qL which
it would not be ashamed.
,Tho faculty and student body of the
university regrets to learn of tho serl
oub illness of Chancellor Emeritus B.
morly. This certainly was shown dur
ing tho football season, and it should
grow. Nebraska can no moro afford
to loso in a forenBlc contest than she
can In athletics. Tho students realize
this, and that is why I think they will
bo out in forco tonight to show their
appreciation for the long hours of toil
and sacrifice theso three men have
made to uphold tho honor of Nebras
ka. "A STUDENT."
NOT TO CLQ8E MONDAY.
8tudcnts Will Have 8peclal Oppor
tunity to View Pictures.
The art exhibit will not close on
Monday night, as had been announced
in the class rooms tho last few days.
So fow of. tha university people have
had on opportunity to attend up to
this timo that the art association has
decided to extent tho timo of the er
hiblt for three days, it will close on
Thursday, December 8.
Registrar Office Yv M. C. A.
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