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dollnra la Hip sum paid for tho use of
tho grounds for tlio Kansas anio
Why cannot our malinger stnlo Ills own
prlco to thoso men, then If It Is not
granted let us fit up a flold for our own
use. It would not take imu.i more,
Tho same thing Is true In regard to
the Omaha games. Wo are now prac
tically at the mercy of tho Omaha inn
verslty cluh. One hundred and sov
onty-slx dollars and fifty cents. oxaetl
one-third of tho receipts of tho Iowa
game, nfter all tho expenses were taken
out, Including advertising. Is the
amount this organization received for
tho use of tho grounds. This Is simply
outrageous. Add to this tho condition
of tho grounds. Compllinontarlos were
distributed among a number of boys
for clearing the grounds that Thurs
day morning. A little of tho work was
done Wednesday evening. This was
noticeable In some places where it was
dry. A little attention paid to this
matter Wednesday foronoon would
have put the grounds In good shape.
Further than this, no accounting for
those compllmcntarles was made to
the business manager. Tho ushers
also were Issued passes.
We must make different arrange
ments for next year. Money comes too
hard for us. Better play in an open
field and pass the hat for contributions.
We would no doubt receive more. If
we make arrangements in season we
can secure almost our own terms.
Iowa deserves lots of credit for the
way she pluoklly played through the
football season. In t'ie face of the
their purpose. The question Is not one grwuost uiiucuiues. ami win no en
of sentiment or of what will mk the thtisinsm nor oncouragoment, she dog
most Impreashe showing, but of bus!- gHy Pt at It. and sent the strongest
ness. wholly. How to dispose of the , tm against Nebraska that she had
books as to make them most useful is yt met We are sorry Iowa vented
Someone tells a story of a man who
professed to bo a great admirer of
Dickons. Ho possessed a very fine edi
tion of the complote works of his fa
vorite author, which ho prosorvod In
the original state, with unout pages.
He would not allow anyone to handle
them or look at thorn, under any cir
cumstances, and ho dusted them care
fully over day. Tho remonstrants
against a departmental library seem
to have a similar notion of the purpose
of a library.
A library is not meant to be looked
at and to serve merely as an Imposing
spectacle. Impressive of the saying that
of making books there is no ond. Tho
university does not buy books to put
ihom on shelves In a building where
visitors may see thorn In orderly rows,
and mnrvol at their number. Hooks
are bought to be used, and the more
they are used the better they serve
16 imi bouiiil
in I I1R1 i) Ik.
The Abbe Constantln, Ludovlc Hel
evy Alice's Adventures in Wonderland,
Lew la Carroll.
Tho Autocrat of the Ureakfast Table,
Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Uacon's Essays, Francis llacon.
Beyond the City, A. Conan Doyle.
A Bird of Passage. By .the author ot
"Ships That Pass In the Night." Baa
Book of Golden Deeds. C. M. Yonge.
Black Beauty. Anna Sewell.
Browning's rooms, Robert Browning
Burns' Poems, Robert Burns.
Carlyle's History of the French Rev
lution. Volume 1, Thos. Carlylo.
Carlyle's History of tho French Rev
olution. Volume 2, Thos. Carlylo.
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, lord
The Coming Race. Ixml Lytton.
The Confessions of an English
Opium Eater. Thos. DeQulncey.
Cranford, Mrs. Cnkell.
Crown of Wild Olive, John Ruskin.
Dickens' Story Teller. Chas. Dickens.
Dickens' Shorter Stories, Chas. Dick
ens. Dream Life. D. G. Mitchell (Ik Mar
Dreams. Olive Shreiner (Ralph Iron.)
Dmmmond's Addresses. Dnimmond.
Emerson's Essays. 1st Series.
Emerson's Essays. 2d .Series, boxed. '
Teachings of Eplctltus.
Tennyson's Pooms. two vols., boxed,
Thoughts of MnrctiB Aurollus Anto
nlus. Through tho Gates of Gold, Mnbel
Tlllyloss Scandal, J. M. Barrio.
Treasure Island, Robert Ixuls Ste
venson. Twlco Told Tales, Nathaniel Hawthorne.
I'nelo Tom's Cabin, Hnrrlet ncecht I
Vanity Fair, two vols., boxed, ty. jil
Vicar of Wakefield, Oliver o,
Tho Wide, Wldo Woild. two vol.
boxed, Ellzaboth WethorU (Sn.,,1
Wonder Book for Boys and airhJ
Nathaniel Hawtliorne. j
Whlttlor'a Poems, John Greonltnl
Paine, Wnrfol & Bunstend are lead
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F0R The Latest Haxr Cut
THEY SAY WE'RE ALL RIGHT. S. E. Cor. 12th & 0.
the whole matter.
, all her spite against Nebraska. If she ) R, W. Emerson
As to this there can be no serious had been In the shape she was Thurs-
disputc. Books must be where they
are needed and where they are to be
used. The scientific department found
this out long ago. and surely no one
will urge that the botanical library be
removed Irom Nebraska hall, or the
chemical library from the laboratory
building. To do so would diminish
the effectiveness of the several scien
tific departments by half. It would
make advanced work practically im
possible. So well is this known that
Ihe botanjca'jlbrary is actually dlvldzjL
ed into three libraries, one in the her
barium, one in the histological labora
tory and one in the physiological lab
oratory, an arrangement which enables
a student in any branch to hare the
books he must constantly refer to close 1
at hand, where he needs them.
Books are the reagents and appar
atus of the classical or histori
cal or library laboratory. The students
in classical courses goes about his work
exactly as "he scientific student in the
laboratory, except that one usee books
.alone, uliw lut other umjs books and
apparatus. If all the apparatus, phys
ical, electrical, chemical, zoological
and botanical, were gathered in one
building, the right would be an impos
ing one. It is no more a hardship to
remove the ttquipaeet and apparatus
of the scientific departments from the
places where they must be In constant j
use than to remove the books of the
classical departments from the places
where they mn& and should be used.
The objectors probably hare the old
fashioned idea that classical studies
involve nothing more than the daily
grinding oat of a page of Latin and J
sixty lines or a Greek tragedy, where
such work Is done it makas small dif
ference whether books are readily ac
cessible oi not. Classical studies are
not so understood at the university of
Nebraska. If they -ware no one would
care where the books ware, for so
bookb would be required.
The fowUhatl reason Is pnaetteully
over, but matters athletic Should not
be allowed (U rest. Evan preparations
for next year's football arrangements,
especially matters connected with the
IniKineas and, Should be started imme
diately after the holidays, or after the
schedule lias been made out and offi
cers elected. For instance, there Is no
ase megleotlng tto .secure grounds for
airnes that are officially scheduled. If
terms are sought carllar in the season,
w can secure much batter ones. We
are In a position to make a praliy
strong bluff to the corporation manag
ing M street park about fitting sip an
atiiletlc field of our own unless iliey
grant ais reasonable terms. Eighty
day when she met Kansas or Missouri,
tho scores of those games would not
have been nearly so one-sided. She
develojwd astonishing strength since
she met Missouri. This behooves the
other states to watch Iowa next year.
A team that can strengthen itself as
she did in such a short tlvne has unlim
ited possibilities before it. Iowa now
knows what she can do, and the race
for the pennant next year promises to
be more exciting than usual.
Word comes to us that our former
chancellor, in his new opsltion. has in
augurated all the old customs and the
institutions peculiar only to the uni
versity of Nebraska at Columbus, O.
Three rings call the Janitor: a large
gong signals the close of recitation
hours; cadets are assembled after the
bugle call has been sounded before
ch of the buildings. The latest is
the formation of a Ladles Faculty club.
We are Jnst wondering if they sing the
four hundred and seventh hyma to the
tune on the bottom of the forty-leveath
'Xuneago pork and Boston beans"'
met on the gridiron Thursday. The
voluminous prass roports ot the event
ware cut vigorously. Chicago will
probably recognize the fact that foot
ball Is a college game, and that the .
American rapubllc does not stand wait- e
Essays of Ella. Chas. Iamb.
Ethics of the Dust. John Ruskin
Evangeline. H. W. longfellow.
Frankenstein, Mrs. Shelley.
Half Hours With Groat Authors.
Half Hours With Great Humorists.
Half Hours -With Great Novelists.
Half Hours With Groat Story Tellers,
Heroes and Hero Worship. Thomas
Heroes or Greek Fairy Tales. The,
House of Seven Gables. The. Na
House of the Wolf. The. by the au
thor of "A Gentleman of France,"
Stanley J. W53nan.
Ideala, by tie author of "Heavenly
Twins." Sarah Grand.
The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow,
Jerome K. Jerome.
Idylls of the King. I.ord Tennyson.
Imitation of Christ, Thomas A. Kom-
In Moniorlan, Lord Tennyson.
John Halifax, Gentleman, two vols.,
Itoxed. Miss Milock.
The Lady of the Lake. Sir Walter
Italia Rookh. Thomas Moore.
The Last Hssays of Ella. Charles
Lays of Ancent Rome. Lord Macau
ley. Iays of the Scottish Cavaliers, W. E.
Light of Ash, Sir Edwin Arnold.
Iongfollows Poems. !1. W. Longfel
low. L9rna Doone, two vols., boxed. R. D.
Ijove Letters of a Worldly Woman.
Mrs. W. K. Clifford.
Lowell's poaaif. James Russell low-
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lag the result of a contest between two
athletic dubs with the same interest
It is time you learn the ad vantages
of dttiliu,; directly with tho manu
facturers. It is not alone tho sav
ing iu price that is of couscqueuco
aiihougu that is a big item, but it
is tue certainty of satisfaction aul
ilio Ktiuraulcou quality and lit tUat
She makers ot tine clothing alone
can Kivw you.
Our clot In hi: is practically to
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LuclJe. Owen Meredith.
Marmlon. Sir Walter Scott.
Mill on the Floss, two vols boxed.
games, even though Chicago is one of
Missouri, as everyone expwted. is
doing the ""baby act and crying abwut
winning the jennanL "We beat Kan
sas bon-Qjoo sand we ouglat to have
the pennant- Ifs too bad, Missouri,
but all t3Mi glory you can hart is the
knowledge that you shut out Iowa and
tied Nebraska for second jAa-oe in the
mae for th cap.
Some Ji the beys now ssgag&d In se
curing money sufficient to pay for the
library steps, which were burned to
celebrate the Iowa ridory. are inlaw
ing tihat J would have been cheaper to
go to Omaha and have a good time In a
If Kansas does get Hie pennant, thei-e
Is one thing left for us to do turn out
and give our orators an ovation De
cember i. We can beat Hiwn with our
An Individual by iSie miine of IL H.
Mudd umpired the Doane-Kansas
game. Fortunately he has an extra.
letter In Ms name, whksh prevents
ccmfiuslon with that of Doane.
Mornings In Florence. John Ruskin.
Mosses From an Old Manse. Nathan
Natural Law In the Spiritual World.
Paradise LohI. Milton.
Past and Frewsnt. Thomas Carlyle.
Paul and Virginia. Bernardla de St.
The Pleasures of Ufe. Sir John lub
boek. Foe's Poems. Edgar Allan Poe.
The Priaeeaeaud Maud, lord Tessy
sos. Queen of the Air. John Ruskin.
Rab and J Us Friends. Dr. John
Ra-bselaE. Dr Samuel Johnson.
Representative Men. Ralph W. Bw
ersou. Reveries of a Bachelor. D. G. Mitch
ell ilk Marvel).
Sartor Resa'(tns. Thomas Carlyle.
Stefiitue and Lilies. John Ruskin.
The Scarlet Letter. Nathaniel Haw
thorne. Ships That Pass In the Night, Bea
The Sign of the Four, A. Conan
Sketch Book. Washington Irving.
St Mark's Rest, John Rukln.
Story of an African Farm. Olive
Sehrelner (Ralph Iron).
Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson.
A Study In Scarlet, A. Conan Doyle.
Tales From Shakespeare. C. and M.
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