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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Stye laiig Nebrafikan
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
M. V. REED
Managing Editor Kenneth M. Snyder
Associate- Editor Fred N. WellB
Associate Editor Clarence T. Spier
Fred L. Babcock Athletics
Ethel Arnold Women
Ruth Squires, Hortense Kaufman, Rob-
ert Holland, Glen Everts, Clara
Dodds, Wr. F. Noble, R.
V. Koupal, Max Baehr,
Act. Rub. Mngr. .Frank S. Perkins
Circulation Manager J. C. Heard
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Entered at the postolllce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-clans mall matter,
under the Act of Congress of March
Wednesday, Decembei 10, 19 l.J
DEBATE TO THE FORE.
The Dally Nobrnskan devotes this
issue to the cause of Intercollegiate de
bate. If by the publicity which it
arouses, the coining Minnesota- Ne
braska contest is put on a sound finan
cial basis, the issue will be effective.
If the debate should "go In the hole"
as in former years, the issue will still
be worth while as a tribute to the men
who have worked for the team and
for the University.
A debate is pr i inn til an educational
event. It does not appeal to the emo
tions, to the senses It does not take
place amid a blare ol trumpets, so to
speak, for the rallies which preceded
the Minnesota game have not been re
peated during this debate season. It
Invariably attracts a smaller number
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dents only belittle their own judgment
by slighting them.
In the past an almost unbroken line
of financial reverses has followed the
debating teams. The expense attached
to managing a debate such as Minne
sota and Nebraska, or Iowa and Ne
braska is considerable Coupled with
the meager support which the stu
dents at Nebraska have given, the bus
mess management has been hampered
in past seasons Thru it all the men
on the siiad have devoted weeks ol
lime, slighting all other attractions
and giving Nebraska victorious teams
year after year with a consistency
which would be remarkable If the ath
letic department was the one con
cerned. Nebraska's reputation as a
gieat institution rests in no small
measure upon the record of these de
bating teams, and upon the untiring
tork of the coach whose methods are
known east and west as effective.
Kl-ewheie in the paper will be cited
rt iiMiiis tor attending the debate The
ciiltuial, educational, even recreational
leasons lor going are manifold. But
under it all lies the reason Nebraska
Win do the men on the team debate?
II it is tor self, then the arguments for
debating cannot hold. If they spend
their time unselfishly, for the sake
of the team and the University, then
ol people man an atnietic event, mil ,. ,.,. ., m im . ,. ... . ,.
the moral result of a victory in debate ,aw (). K(mi(M)t ac,ivlty ' slm,lnrly
will go tartlier over tne stale uinn . yiK,.Hiw , n nf
an athletic victory, and the fact that
student interest is not always at the
proper pitch does not give a reliable
estimate of the worth of this line of
activity. In that debates do represent
Intellectual rather than physical el
fort lies their chief argument lor sup
port as a university eent, and Hu
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the recognized activities cannot refuse
this call without asking the question.
Is there an unselfish Ideal of all-University
Icnalty at stake? The answer
is apparent to those who will give the
NEBRASKA MEN JUDGES.
Two Nebraska faculty men will act
a- judges in Central Debating League
contests Fridas night, both in the Min
nesota Wise onsin debate at Minneapolis
l'rot .1 K Leltossignol, professor of
political economy and commerce and
director of the School of Commerce.
Cnixersity of Nebraska.
Prof W V, L. Taylor, emeritus pro
fessor ol economics. University of Ne
braska. The other judge at this debate will
be F. Shunt-bough, professor of polit
ical science. University of Iowa.
I'rofes-sor LeRossignol and Professor
Talor leave Thursday afternoon for
The UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC CLUB
"The Servant in the House'
Temple Theatre, Saturday, December 13. Curtain 8:15
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Managed by the students.
Conducted in the interests of the students.
Serves the largest amount of the best food
at the least cost.
The Cafeteria in the Temple.
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Second Term begins Monday, November 17th
There is still some time left with some of our
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JANUARY 9, 1914
GRAND MARCH 8:45
Football Honors Still
The much heralded contest between
the .Junior and Freshmen football
teams was played yesterday with the
field in a condition that made football
nearly an impossibility, and tumble-.
freiient The mime ended with the
question still unsettled, the score show
ing a goose egg tor each side.
The Freshmen were outweighed by
their opponents but this fact did not
seem to make any material difference
as they outplayed their more seasoned
adversaries in nearly every stage of
the game, their own goal never being
in danger, while the Junior goal was
threatened in ever. period Roth teams
tried the open game with little suc
cess, the bull being too heavy for ac
curate pass-lug. The Freshmen over
came this hundlcap by making Beveral
of their passes good, while the Juniors
were unsuccessful in their attempts.
Time was called as the Freshmen
were about to attempt a goal from
placement. The Juniors I ell lar be
hind the standard they showed in their
tussle with the Seniors while the
Freshmen showed themselves to be
better than when they met the Sopho
mores. When the tie will be played
off. or whether they will attempt to
play off the game ha, not as yet been
decided, as no agreement could be
reached b the managers alter the
I The Freshmen performers who dis
tinguished themselves by their play
are Captain I)o le, Allen and Mailman.
The stellar performers for the Juniors
were Meyers, Mctlurk and Mapes.
The game was replete with objec
tions, the olliciating did not seem to
satisfy either team while from the
side lines it appeared that the referee
was doing all that any human could
lo to maintain some semblance of the
i game of football in the contest that
was before him. -
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