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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
A newHimpor devotml to iho lntoront of tlio
Unlfnmily of Nnhrx flkn.
I'liblinliod nt KM North lltli Ht., by
THE HKSI'KRIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crnbtmn, Presldont.
0. L.Towno, Hccrotnry.TrodBuror.
J. I. Wynr, T. J. Howott, K. W. Washburn.
J. A. Manning
(iKOnOK I. HllIDLRR
- Atlilotlc Kdlt6r
R. C. Pollnrd, Clifton Cnrtor,
NorrlH Hnno, U. T Hill,
,J. It. Fnrnny, Cliff CrooVi
Jolm A. WIIhou. Linn M Huntitiiftnii
Tho Riihscri ntlon prlco of tlm Dnlly Nobran
knn l f2 for tli colWo your with a roulnr do
livory boforo clwtpnl oncli dnv. NoticoH, mm
nuiulcntlonn, nndotlior mnltor Intondod for pub
llcntlon, imiHt bn hnndnd ill nt tbo Nobrnskan
olllco boforo 7 p. ni , or innlled to tho odltor be
fore S p. m., of tbe diy provioufl to that diiy on
hlcli thoy nro cxpoctod to npponr
HubicrlptlonH miiy bo loft nt tbo Nobrnskntt
olllco, nt tbo Co. Op., or with NuMiiohh Mnnnor
HubicrlborH will ronfnr n fnvor by roiMirtlixr
promptly nt tblt olllco nuy fniluro to rocoivo tho
All cbnnon In nilvortUliiK mnttor nnmt lo In
tho olllco by :i p in on tlm dny protloun to that
on which thoy nro to npponr.
AddroiH nil comiiiunicntioiis to tlio Dnily No
liruxknn, l.U N 1 lt.li St., Lincoln. Nobrnxkn.
Tli' Dully Noltriinknu In holng ent 3-
lo nil htilmorllmr on thu old Nebrm- 5
Uuii-IIoKprriiin lint. Tlmno nuhifrili-
urn to Hit Nhriikiiii-llpnrlnn 5;
mIiii do not di'Hlrii tlio Dally will ;
plikit notify tlio inuiwiKor by enrd i
It noon iih poitHlble. Wlioro no liotl- 5-
lleHtloii lit locohfld It Is tiuilorntood 3;
Unit tlio nubucrlbor w lfilin tlio pu- ;
tiit tik full t In m 3
The five-dollar rate makoH tlio Min
nesota tiip possible to ecryone It is
tho chanco of a life time Mako ar
rangements to go.
Tho Pally publishes in anothor col
unin a list of I'nlvorHUy yolU. Cut
them out and bring thoiu to the rally
today. They can bo put to pood use.
Tho paper will pnbllHh now ones
from day to day.
Several of tho business men of tho
city, notably those dealing in bookH
and supplies, havo complained of un
fair treatment on the part of University
professors. There is possibly a mis
understanding. Tho Dally offers its col
umns for a statement of grievances or
Tho attempt to organize a rooters
club this afternoon is a start in tho
right direction. No loyal student in
tho I'nivoislty will bo found anywhere
else than on Nebraska field at 4.J10
without a good excuse. The club needs
tho active support of every individual
connected with tho University. Each
one should see that he does his duty
by the team.
What Nebraska needs just now is a
thoroughly enthusiastic football song.
The words should be set to some
catchy lune wJiiidixQUlilic. hunjjby all
the students. The. Dally invites one and
ull to try their ljand at sons and yell
writing and would be glnd to publish
such efforts if handed in or placed in
the news box In University hall.. The
songs should be catchy and the tune
popular. Try your hand at It.
The new system of chapel exercises
which has been introduced is a very
commendable effort to make that per
iod both Interesting and profitable to
all students. The old period was
much too short. The services were
not as well attended as they should
liave been for the reason that the
meagre time allowed for them wus not
sufficient to the occasion. The new sys
tem with the series of lectures as ar
ranged for will meet the approval and
have the Indorsement of the entire
Editor NebraHkon: On several oc
casions, I have noted In your columns,
short editorials urging the formation
of a rooters' club for tho football
games. Permit mo to second this
movement, with a few words. To a per
son who has watched tho tips and
downs of football In the school for a
number of years, the present outlook Is
extremely gratifying. The best ma
terial and the best schedule in the his
tory of the Institution should bring
the Btudont body In general to a reali
zation that now Is tho time when Ne
braska hns an opportunity to stop into
tho front rank of American teams.
One week from Friday evening, just
ten days diBtant, a body of rooters will
leave Lincoln for Minneapolis. The
date of $f for tho round trip which has
boon eeured, makes this an assured
fnrt Hut in unite of the early depart
ure, not a hand has boon turned to got
the student body in shape. Members
of the team and of tho scrub elevens
sacrifice time dally, and put forth
stienuous efforts to got eleven men in
first class physical condition for one of
the hardest propositions of the year.
Looking at it from such a stand
point, doesn't it soom advisable that
students in general, at least those who
expect to make the trip, got out and got
the rooting business down to a tine art?
Hut ten days until tho start and not
the least sign of a football son-;, not a
suggestion for a new yell, not a leader
appointed to take charge of a squad, if
a score of songs and yells wore already
Last, year Minnesota brought K00
husky-lunged gopheis along. A band
of thlity pieces was in evidence every
where, and megaphones wore so com
mon that thoy almost became part of
the anatomy of each man. Tho girls
bad them, too. and used them with it
will. Under such circumstances, shall
Nebraska Ignore the lesson, and permit
several hundred stragglers to go to
Minneapolis and sit around at different
parts of Northrop field like so many
wooden Indian ciar signs. Let a dozen
songs be brought in within the next
forty-eight hours, and an equal num
ber of new yells. The Nebraskan will
surely publish them. Then let tho
preliminary tooting he started with a
mammoth mass mooting in chapel.
From that time on, full rehearsals
ought to take place every evening on
the football field Minnesota Will not
be beaten on her homo grounds by the
Nebiaska team alone, but only through
the combined efforts of tho eleven and
a half thousand rooters, both thor
oughly trained. S
Editor of the Daily Nebraskan To
my friends who have been urging me
to be a candidate for the presidency of
the senior class I wish to state that I
cannot consistently consider such a
proposition, first, because there are
other duties which require my atten
tion and spare time; second, the class
has already honored me with several
offices and I, prefer to give some one
else a chance.
. However, I wish to thank my friends
for their' kind solicitations and trust
that a better man may be given the
Place. CD AS. E. WELLS.
The University Y. M. C. A. cabinet
and advisory board will lunch together
Wednesday evening at the city Y. M.
C. A. rooms. They will also discuss
matters of interest. The Y. M. C. A.
will soon get out the annuul directory
A. L. Haeker, head of the dulry
school, who has been sick as the result
of an operation, was at the University
for the first time yesterday.
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