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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1912)
THE DAILY N EUR ASK AN
THE UNIVKUSITY OK NEBRASKA.
FREDERIC C McCONNKLL,
ManuKlng Editor .. ..Morrill V Reed I
Associate Editor. . Kenneth M Snyder I
Associate Editor. . Cloyd I- Stewart!
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TUESDAY. DECEMBER 17. lt12.
Tuc6day A. M., Memorial Hall -fc
W. M. R. FRENCH ,
Art Lecture Illustrated -fc
A DOUBLE VICTORY.
In accomplishing the defeat of iVs
conBln and IlllnolH, tlio Nebraska do
bating toams havo oBtabllshod them
boIvos bb a pretty officient lot of
young men. ' Incidentally they havo
brought fame and renown to their
alma mater that will do It an Inestim
able, amount of good throughout the
state and among Hh frlendH In general
Collego debating, while not assum
ing the place that It deserves in the
liat of student activities, and falling
In the proper amount of support from
the student bod. occupies no such
place in the minds ot the sensible p o
pie of the Ptate To their minds ..ml
to the student who but gives it n
thought, this Held of endeavor is i ep
rosentathe of one of the highest func
tions of a college education A com
nrehonsivo analysis of facts and lig
ures with tho view to arriving at a
fundamental truth is a training that
a man must needs hae if he iB to be
of sorvice to himself and his com
munity it is true that one of the two
teams in an intercollegiate contest
must argue on tho side opposed to tho
truth, yet the clash that is produced
by tho discussion brings ou the real
merits of the controversy which provo
the worth of systematic debating.
DEBATES DISCUSSED TONIGHT
Men Who Judged Different Central
League Contests Will Tell the
Whys and Wherefors.
OPEN TO THE UNIVERSITY PUBLIC
I out of the fKe Central Debating
League contests which took place last
Friday evening will be discussed at a,
mi-etii'g open to i ho University public
at 'i .'in o'clock this evening.
The Mlnnescta-Iowa debate at Min-;
ueapohs will be (iltlclBed by Will
Ovens Jones, editor of the Stale Jour
nal, and Albert Watkins, historian of
the Slate Historical Society. Prof
Enest It Conant, who judged the
h a Wisconsin battle at Iowa City,
will discuss It Prof II W Caldwell.
who was there will be unable to speak
no icfMiuii of illness
Ylu Wlscom in Nebraska debate at
Madison will be described by Prof
.M. M FnK,. and the Nebra ;ka Illinois
i en est will be discussed by Dean W.
; Hastings Prol J E LeRossignol
inH proTiabh one or two oilier facnlf
nil .il "i's
LOCKERS SHOULD BE CLOSED.
Jack Best Requests That Locks Be
Kept on Gym Lockers.
I.k l Best asks that nil the men
who have gym lockeis procure a good
lock and see thai their lockers are
locked all the time Strangers could
easily come in at any time and go
through the pockets ol lothes in un
locked lockers Jack says that it is
nearly Impossible to keep the locker
roi-ni clean when linkers are leitopm
is I he stuff is usually scattered about.
.t ,i peinou.il lawn to him, as well as
'eng a safeguard to personal pn.p-
Tt. Jack says that the lockeis be
ke t locked - Sp
HE MOMENT YOU PUT ON CLOTHES
made to your measure, you see the vast dif
ference between merchant tailored and ready
made. Our way costs no more. Be sure
to see our line first.
'i o the members of Nebraska's two
intercollegiate debating teams the Ne
braskan, on behalf of the students, ex
lends heart and sincere congratula
And let us not forget Professor
nUntlfi lihr ynur IDurh.
2.H1 &n. 11II) &t. Stiunhi. Nrb.
Was a Match for the Comhusker
We're not "Windjamming" when we tell
ou that wo havo the classiest line of Christ
inas Coods in the city seasonable suggestions
for men's presents in Mark-Cross Leather
Cloods and novelties in furnishings, especially
prepared for the Holiday rush.
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kuow-u IGOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
I Do Your
GIVE US A CHANCE
128 N. 14th See our Sample.
Toilet Articles Stationery
$1 Safety Razors Waterman Pens
Athletic Supporters Rubber Apr ns
Shoulder Braces Pennants & Truces
Huylers, Lowney's, Gunthers Chocolates
Soda Water and Lunches
CHRISTMAS TIES 25c
Ties that real men wear. The new open
end effects better, you see 'em.
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