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VOL. XI. NO 49.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY DEC. 7, 1911.
Price 5 Cents
LAWS VOTE UNITED
SUPPORT FOR DEBATE
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all three cla88e8 decide to
; -, attend; in body -
JUNllSUAl " MfRfSr IN QUESTItN
;Nebraska and Iowa to .Face Each
"Other bn Forensic Platform In
i Live Issue.
t The Lay College, by a vote or ei
laBfcdha&decldedto att6nd tho":
8TUDENT8 WILL MAKE ALL-DAY
-TRJP THROUGH LINCOLN
braska-Iowa debate nox .Friday .even-
mg in a ooay.
Tho voto 'Is1 thought to bo dud to
.ho unusual intorost arousod in do-
bating this,, year, and also to .tho. fact
that tho ship subsidy question is con
sidered exceptionally livo at this time
'by'tnosb'or -fogal leanings.
Managers' were selected by each
classsto secure class reservations for
seating, and' nearly ovory student in
?tho college filed an application for
pickets at once., "
Others May Follow.
Other departments of the Univer
sity are said to bo contemplating sim
ilar movements, and from all "appear
ances the debato this year will bo the
most successful Jn point of attendance
for .many, seasons
Iowa is reported to havo a strong
toam and Is bent on "repealing her vic
tory of two years ago, but Prof. M. M.
Fogg has prepared a team to repre
sent Nebraska which has tho con
fidence of those most closely connect
ed with it in an unusual degree.
11 ' Nebraska Favors It.
Nebraska has tho affirmative and
. will assert that ship subsidies are de
sirable, while Iowa Will try to provo
that they aro not necessary or bene
ficial as a whole.
Tho" Nebraska team Is as follows:
Anan JR. Raymond, Ralph W. Garrett,
Joseph GoldBtoin and C. L. Clarke (al
ternate). Iowa will bo represented by
R. N. Beebe, R. F. Clough and S. H.
, Erwln. Governor Chester H. Aldrich
The debate will bo hold Friday
evening in tho Temple theater. Re
served seats may bo had at 50 cents
each, and ' general admission at 35
The negative team, composed of C.
L. Rein, JH. . Princo and T. J, Har
grave, left for Minneapolis last night
on the Burlington, accompanied by
Prof. M. M. Fogg.
The Iowa team arrives in Lincoln
late this afternoon; and will stop at
Tho first trip of tho University of
fteb'raBka"6ng"lne6rB to inspect plaeos
of interest to that collogo in and
around Lincoln will be mado next Sat
urday. All engineers aro invited to
Join tho party.
Thp trip wiU take up alt . of the
morning nnd part of the aftornoot).
STuoitiig at the1 City Y. M. C. A. at 8
o'clock Saturday morning, the party
v,M J&It tho'Havelock shops until
1.TJ5, and the municipal water and
.'H'jbting plant ,tha remainder of tho
morning. Alter iuncnat mo y. m.
C. A. anothor start will' bo made und
the- Beatrice Creamery plant nnd the
Lincoln Traction plant will bo in
spected." " -'
MIDWEEK MEETINGS. REGIN
Y M. C. A. HOLD8 INSTRUCTIVE
SERVICE8 AT THE TEMPLE
Tho regular1 midweek mooting of
the student Y. M. C. A. starts at G:50
tonight In the rooms of the Tomple.
Ab an especial attraction for this
evening's mcoting, Stnnt Tumor", state
student secrotnry.-iU.speak on tho
subject of "Selfishness."'' Mr. Tumor
is an old GrlnneU grad and was promi
nent In athletics. f 'J
MAXEY'S PAPtR READ
M4IS1C FOR (WiVOCATWN. - .
v v t
MI8StPTONAND MR. 8AMUEL80N
U " W ENTERTAIN STUDENTS
, .V TODAY.
JMyftri.Upton and Mr. Ovid, Sam-
b jMteoanWin give a musical program at
J J ' - Tt" v1 . ..
Convocation in the .Temple today at 1 1
o'clock1. Wlibth aYemembera Hfto'
faculty at the Schetot'.-f Mudic and
havo delighted the studfltV;body-I.rt
,ttncBfcl.1ixncta4,c, - . -,,,.
TREATISE ON FOREIGN RELA-
TIONS DI8CU8SEP BY CLARK
CO-EDS W TO FRILLS
FEMININE PA8TIME8 QCCUPY
THE TIME OF THE LADIE8 A8
Cood. activities aro turning from
class meetings, suflragotto clubs, and
college spirit, to, strlcty fominino pur
suits. For the next two weoks girls
will rush Into classos with ravelings
on tholr sklrtB and noodles in tho
fronts of tholr waists.
Tho rest rooms of Gortrudo Hnll aro
filled with busy maidens bent over
bits of fancy wdrk? Th6 different bo
roritiea aro holding Impromptu "ken
slngtons," which occupy ovory minute
not Bpent in the department stores.
Fominino conversation about tho,
campus turns on "want to glvo Cousin
Mary," and "something jnico to mako
for a man."
That co-ed with a gloomy look in
her eye is tho one whoso appoint
ments with Deart Engberg provont her
making up into a hairpin holder tho
piece of pink ribbon In hor trunk.
APPEAL FOR SUPPORT
Y. M. C. A. FINANCE COMMITTEE
SEEK8 TO BOOST THE
OFFICER8 ARE CO-OPERATING TO
MAKE IT A GRAND AFFAIR.
SPONSORS TO BE AHNOdNCED-
Regimental Band to Give Two Con
certs Hotel to Be Decorated
With University Colors.
A paper written by Dr. Edwin
Maxoy was read at tho historical con
ference of .Clark University, hold in
Worcester, Mass., Novombor 23.
The subject of the paper was "Japanese-American
Relations as Affect
ing the Control of the Pacific." It
skotched tho development of competi
tion between American and Japaneso
vessels for the markets of China and
compared tho relative natural wealth
of tho two countries. War between
the two , countries, from a commercial
standpoint. Dr. Maxey considered Im
probable, for- tho difference between
tho languages is growing less, and
there is enough in common, to lead
them to work together.
, Diy Maxey was formerly counsel for
tho Japanese against the San Fran
cisco school board, and is considered
"anauthority on Japanoso-Ameri can-
questions. "" v '- Jf"
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.. ,. Nebraskans tb,,jyiirry, .. ' jJSn;
Announcement, of ,ariothor..' 'ofVthd'
University of Nebraska students to
fall .vjctm-'tq, Cupid wa .nWOWed
nesJay The "ongagemonr of Miss
Edith Wright of,, Schuyler, Neb., yhO
inraduated fro.m Uerjvin,1lpOS,hnd of
R. O. Browpell, a member of the grad;
uatl"nle?'cltt8B "of- this ueaf, has been
frfrroally announced. Miss Wright- ii
cv.wiaiibr of the Delta Gamma soroff
uy anq,r. jurowneu a m,emor,flf ura
The finance commltteo of the Y M.
C. A. met yesterday to discuss plans
for raising money foi tho support of
tlie Temple. It was decided that cam
paigning would not nommencu until
after the Chrlstmus holidays.
Tho Y. M. C. A. Is badly In need of
tho support of the student body and
plans are mado bo as to. raise tho re
quired sum of $1,500.
One hundred and sovonty-two, stu
dents have come to the Y. M. C. A.
and voluntarily taken put member
ship. Tho Y. M. C. A. finance commit
tee urges that all persons contribute
to tho support of "The Temple."
ThiB building is surely an Important
factor In the University life and
should not bo allowed to decay for
lack of funds.
DRAMATIC CLUB MEETS
HOLDS REGULAR MEETING IN
THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING
GOOD PROGRAM PREPARED.
The Dramatlc.Club wlll.hoUKa moot
lug this cvoning in its rooms in the
A special dispensation was secured
from the committee on student organi
zations, -as tho press of other meet
ings on Friday and Saturday evenings
made it difficult. for tho Dramatic Club
to get theirs in.
An attractive program has been pre
Five students (?) suspended and
soyoral othorspn probation until, they
can show a better average In their
studies is the result of tho mid-semes
ters,' according to ,PAfjsWor Engberg.
This is a good
for the first
mid-semester, for in Mmes past It lias
somotimos taken tho 1sSifte'rCirprYf
the first semester to get those 'Who
arijHsjJojfed to (&ei th,M "nice and
easy" quieted down. Tho next report
of tho dolfnquoncy committee should
Tho Military Hall committee is
planning to introduce many novel fea
tures at this annual formal danco
wli'ich is to bo hold at tho Lincoln
Hotel on Friday, Ddccmbor 15. One
feature which has novor been at
tempted boforo will bo a drill by the
ofllcers of tho Cadet Rcglmont, during
which the Stars and Stripes will be
unfurled and salutod.
Tho Regimontal Band will glvo two
concerts, ono during tho short Inter
mission, and tho othor as a proludo
to tho dances. All numbora of tho
concert will bo given as oxtras,
Names on the Program.
Another feature which Is anxiously
awaited by aspiring co-eds is tho, an
nouncement of the regimental and
company sponsors for tho yoar. The
commltteo has arranged to havo the
names of tho honored ones placed on
Tho ontiro second floor of tho. hotel
as well as tho ballroom will bo beau
tifully decorated with tho colors of
Old Glory, alongsldo tho Scarlet and
Cream. , Elegant .posters indicating
what may bo expected of thai danco
can bo soon on tho bulletin board In
Tickets' aro now on salo by tho com
mittee, who announce that the num
ber will bo absolutelynlimited. This
will bo the last big University ovent
before tho holidays.
JUNIORS TO DISCUSS PLAY:
COMMITTEE TO ANNOUNCE NAME
OF ANNUAL PERFORMANCE
MISS HOWELL TO SPEAK.
At tho meeting of the junior class
this morning announcement will be
made of tho selection of the Junior
lay A-wbIch.lB, to .the presented bytho
third 'year class5 February 23.' '"' ,v
The committee has had Several
meetings and has an attractive ''pro
gram to present to thoclass. '"
Miss Howell, who has been selected
to coach tho play, will give a' brief
sketch of the plot and story' of 'the
play, and will explain thd various
characters. ' . v ' .
DEMAnft FOR TICKET
ATTENDANCE. AT : GIRLS' ' CLUB
matineeVr6mi8e$.to IE J
Tho demand for tickets to the Gitls'
Cub matinee is so great that all girls
to 'fionr'tlcke.ta were given (or jte-
trlbutfon aro asked to turn la any tfciy
may have left "
Any girl having a ticket which fhe
may natcfturM It
over. . i
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