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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 21, 1001.
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& TEST COMES TODAY ft;
Football Team Will Show Ita
Strength Fan Eirst Time.
Men in Prime Condition.
The Minnesota Team (raining
Nebraska lines up for roal football
today, Lincoln hlgb school will op
pose Coach Booth's men on the grid
Iron this afternoon. It will be the first
game of the season and will roglstor
the capability of early training. All
men who -know the signals will be
"' tried; Thero was somo talk of Melford
and several other 'Varsity men play
ing with tho high schoolons. The lat-.
ter preferred to play it alone and there
fore will contest with high school
The play last night by the 'Varsity
woe keen for this time of tho yoar.
TneNpon fell into blocks with striking
regularity. Coach Booth said the team
was very far advanced for September
20th, almost too far. The Minnesota
' game so early makejs quick playing
necessary. He wanted to emphasize
.that 'no position was cinched 'every
man has n chance at every place. He
was pleased at the number of new
men out and expects more next week.
Thursday's rest from practice mode
tho mon frosh .and uuxIoub for work.
Thero was more vim and earnestness
about practice than any other day this
week. Ryan will not bo In the game
today, owing to injuries to his shoul
der generated in last evening's oxor
"Clse: Drain: wliriJrobably play quarter
tho gnmo through. Shcdd, Cortclyou
and Johnson will be at tho onds. Cran
dall, Bender and Eager will occupy
half-back stations. Kingsbury will
play full; Wcstovor and Stringer
tackles; Ringer and Brew guards,
while Koehler will bo at contor.
Any man may be tried by the coach
who is anxious to be given a chance
and who wants to develop nuy Btray
Tho gaino will bo called at 3 o'clock
on Nebraska field. Lincoln high
school will send a goodly numbor of
noise-makers to eucourago the boyB.
Tho 'Varsity llno-up:
Johnson, Shedd, L. E.; Striugor, L.
T.; Koohlfcr, C; Brew, R. G.; "West
over, R. T.; Cortclyou, R. E.; Drain,
Ryan, Q.; Crandall, R. H.; Eagor,
Bonder, L. H.; Kingsbury, F.
If is to be expected that Nebraska,
will win, but this' fact will not blanket
speculation as to exactly what strongth
tho 'Varsity will- show.
.Everybody wonders just what will
bo done, .Manager Cowgil is quits
pleased with the low rates railroads
aro offering and lie feels confident from
present prospocts that tho Scarlet and
Cream' will not want backing In tho
land of tho. Northern Giants, whero
conquer thoy muBt and will.
Thq following from a latoliwuo-of-the
Minnesota, Dally concerning a
gamo between the first and second
-tams--wlH-be-of- Interest: - : -.
0 "Doble, La Fans, Mueller and Knowl
lan, of las,t year's team, we'ro in tho
line-up. Pago played center for the
second team and captained them.
Without doubt Pago will bo In' the
i gamo again this fall. We all know
; -what It means to find Page In his old
position as center when .It Is recog
nised that bo la ttye .best man In that
position In the middle' west. It is
v reported that Johnnie Flynn will bo
6n hMd again. Wo need tho llttlo
fellow back again In his old position
and wo want him right away. . Fee's
relatives toll us that hewlll roturn
soon, so wo may expect to soo him
back, again In his old position at loft
tackle. Aun'e will be In the game
d will mako tho eighth member of
last year's team who will be soon on
the gridiron again this year.
"Rogers, last year'B captain of the
Carllslo Indians, will prove a valuablo
man. He is an Indian clear through,
but plays ball with all the vim and
dash of his whito companions. Ho
breaks up end runs with a ferocity
that carries terror to' his opponents.
Liggett and O'Brien, of St. Paul,
showed up well. Irsfleld, just at tho
end of the second half, got around
BhllakeV end anl made a run of 35
yards, bringing thf ball with 10 yards
or tno 'Varsity's goai.
"Evans, Thorpot Bldlako, Boeck
man, McDonald, did" good work. Just
how these men will develop we can
not say at present. They are not yet
up to the 'Varsity standard, but they
haven't had tlmo yet to show just
what they can do. Each man will
have to hurry, for no position is filled
with cortainty as yet. There Is a
chance for every man and a position
awaits him if he can fill it just a trifle
better than his opponents."
CHANGES IN JURISPRUDENCE.
Mr. Cook, the instructor vsvho has
been added tO'tho-A-merloan-hlBtory-de
partment this year, will have chargo of
the classes in constitutional and ad
ministrative law. Ho will carry tho
course In constitutional law formerly
offered by Dr. Pound.
Dr. Pound will still contlnuo the
work ho haB pi. viously offored with
tho excoptlon of the course in consti
Mr. Cook's course in administrative
law will treat: (1) Of the organiza
tion of the administrative authorities;
(2) Of the powers and dutiOB of ad
ministrative officers ;, (3) Of the remr
edies offered tho individual against tho
Illegal action . of tbo administration.
Tho law of the United States, England,
France nnd Germany will bo studied,
special emphasis, however, being
placed on that of the United Statos,.
Mr. Cook Is a graduato of Columbia
Collogo and for a number of years has
been doing graduato work thero and
n Eucripe. j
DEAN BDGREN HEARD FROM.
University circles will be pleased to
hear ugain of Dean Edgren and his
family. Mr. Oerlg of the Romance
Languages department has recently re
ceived a lettor froirfyfoiin saying that
they are at last comfortably settled
in their new homo in Stockholm. Dr.
Edgren expresses his regard for his
Nebraska friends and says It Is hard
for him to forget them and get Bot
tled down and accustomed to his new
Friends of Miss Edgren wljl bo
pleased to know that she is enjoying
her new homo und is one of the most
prominent yauug Jadles In Stockholm,
sho being seloetod as ono of tho ten
most popular girls In the recent colo
hralion In that city and occupying a
place of honor.
Dr. Edgren. also says that tho Nobel
prhio of fifty thousand dollars will no
doubt go to either Franco or Poland.
Ono hundred and twenty-seVeu had
registered for drill up to 4 p. m. yes
tcrday when registration closed for
tho day. From tho indications thero
will bo a well filled battalion this year.
"Sotting up" exorcises will commence
next Wednesday and continue until all
are woll "Umbered up." Tho officers
for tho yoar wllL not bo appointed for
somo time. This will glvo Comman
dant Eager opportunity to select tho
officers on their merits. Tho total
registration of new students to dato
Is two Hundred and nlnbty-thTeo. Yes
terday fifty-eight registered In tho
College of Literature, Sclenco and the
Arts, whilo thirty entered the Indus
trial Collogo and flvo registered in tho
COLLEGE SETTLEMEjrF "I
Plans For a New Building Be
ing Made Location of
House to Be
Plans Kor the Year. A Lec
jvtorday forenoon. All that Is roqulred
is a nine encrgouo worn,
THE CONDITIONS. -
Tho conditions of tho compotlttolr
oro as follows:
1. Tho numbor of subscriptions giv
en ayw for a year. Two semester sub
scriptions equal ono yearly subscrip
tion. 2. Ono-thlrd of tho subscriptions
must be in cash.
3. Every solicitor muBt loavo bis
name with the manager at tho Nebras
kan ofllco, 134 No. 11th st.
A now house for tho College Settle
ment is one of tbo probabilities in the
near future. Plans for tho house aro
now being made and it is probable that
within a day or two definite action will
bo taken. Ono of tho members of the
board said yesterday that It was the
intention to build and the only thing
to prevent immcdlato action was the
meagrencss of the funds at their disposal-
If It is decided that if plans
which havo been drawn up can bo car
ried out they will see thoir way clear
to begin work at once. .
The plan under consideration yes
terday called for a two-story house;
this may be cut down to one story.
Tho board. Is exceedingly anxious to
put up a two-Btory building and this
will be dono if possible. Only whon it
appears that" sufficient money for a
tjvo-story house cannot bo raised will
tho board consider anything smaller.
During the active campaign carried
on last spring about $900 was oithor
given or pledged. In addition a lot
in a good location for a house was do
nated. Tho site Is at 20th and N sts.
and is In an excellent location for a
Collego Settlement hoUso. Tho com
mittee hpjted to raiso $1,000 and with
that amount could seo thoir way clear
to build and equip a building which
would bo perfectly satisfactory. About
half of tho 900 was given by Univor
Blty people, tho other half being do
nated by tho business mon of Lin
coln. It is hoped that moro money
can be raised this year, but no provi
sion for an active campaign such as
was conducted last year has been
made as yot.
It Is expected that tho work will be
pushed along tho same Hues ns last
year except that the location will be
different. The old house at 8th and X
sts. will bo given up as soon as a new
ono Is provided. Tho now location
will provide a better class of people to
work among- and- it Is thought that
more effective work can bo done among
A woll appointed 'outfit for manual
training hns been received and will bo
put Into the now quarters as soon as
they are proparod for it. This outfit is
for Instruction Jp carponter work and
consists of ten complete sets of tools.
Thoy will bo used for tho boys.
For tho girls tho sowing school
which was conducted last year with
much -profit- will- bo continued.
Thojboard has decided to conduct a
serlos of lectures at the house If pos
sible. The general topic taken up
will bo good government. Tho resi
dents 1 tho vicinity of jnUe houso aro
largely English-speaking nnd It. is
thought-would npprpciato a courso of
that nature. What Is known as a
"free floor" for tho discussion of social
Eotricwhat on tho plan Tn'voguo at tho
Social Settlement society conducted by
Graham Taylor at Chicago,
THE DAILY PRIZE COMPETITION.
I u tor est is growing keen In the
Dally Nebraskan prize competition,
Solicitors are hard at work and aro
socurlng telling results. Ono young
man vvfho secured nearly twenty-flvo
names the Jlrst two days ho worked
handed In a now list, of fifteen yes
terday A few more days work will
send him to Buffalo. Another solici
tor added eight names to his list yes-
Thn nnmnnHHAn will
1Wvm nl (i
o'clock p. m., Tuesday, October 8.
For 90 subscriptions, a frco trip to
Buffalo and return with $2.00 por day
for fivo dnys and admission to the
For 70 subscriptions, a ladles' or gen
tleman's bicycle valued at $40.
For 00 subscriptions, a Marlln re
peating rifle and leather case, retail
For 40 subscriptions, a froo trip to
Mlnnosota and roturn with expenses.
For 26 subscriptions, a froo trip to
Omaha and roturn to seo the game
with tho Omaha Medics.
For 10 subscriptions, a Watorman
-fountain pon, prico $2.60.
For 6 subscriptions, a yearly sub
scription to tho Daily Nebraskan.
The battalion will meet for drill for
the first timo Monday ovorilng at 5
o'clock. Tho men will bo divided into
squads preparatory to giving them the
setting-up exercises which will begin
DR. WHARTON TO SPEAK TO STU
DENTS. Dr. Fletcher M. Wharton will speak
to young men tombrrow afternoon at
tho Y. M. C. A. meeting which will
be held in the old chapel. His sub
ject will be "A Right Man."
Miss Darlecne Woodward enter
tained for Pi Beta Phi last night at
her homo at 2lBt and Q sts. The par
lors were very prettily decorated for
tho occasion. Ices woro soryed? Danc
ing was the order of the evening. Those
present were: Misses Henry, Turgor,
Stewart, Marshall, Lois Burruss, Boss
Burruss, Montgomery, Thomas, Thorpe,
Heacock, Meeker, Sedgwick, Wood
ward, Allen, Connard, Howells, Hol
land, and Mr. und Mrs. Goo. Rlssor;
Messrs. Shldlcr, Funke, Eager, An
drews, Hopewell, Kimball, Drnln.
Home, Burgcrt, Kccs, Matson, Sny
der, Ledwith, Bell, Barber, Dr. Orr.
The student who was so. strongly op
posed to tho Chancellor's vaccination
order) last year that ho not only re
fused to comply with the rulo, but
prepared and distributed a circular giv
ing vent to his views on vaccination
and denouncing tho rulo, has at last
secured a good high-school- position.
Tho University paid no attention what
ovor to tho circular, but H counted
against tho young man when be ap
plied for positions in high schools.
Superintendents, who knew of tho cir
cular, woro fearful lest as a teacher
ho would be Indiscreet. It was only
nt tho end of vacation with the active
asslBtanco of the University that ho
Becured a position.
Mr. Brown, who war formerly in-
structor in the department of Bomanco
languages, has recently beon promoted
from professor of Romance language in
tho Kansas City high school to head
of tho Modern languago department.
The salary attached to tho position Is
fourteen hundred dollars with six or
seven under teachers. S
J. H. Howard, recently appointed -adjunct
professor of Latin in thp ynlr
vcrslty, has arrived in Lincoln.' He .
was formerly assistant professor of
Latin in tho University of Indiana He
will have charg$ of the Virgil work in
addition to sjpme more advanced '
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