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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
A newHpniKir ilovotetl to tlio lntoreat of tho
Unlvornlly of NobriiRka.
Publlshod nt 1!U North lltli 8t by
THE HESPERIAN VJi. CO.
J. W. CCnotroe, President.
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J. I. Wynr, T. J. Howntt. K. W. Wnnlifjurn.
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Or.onoE P. Uiiiolkr
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New yells and sours are needed for
he rooteis. The NobruHkun presents
two" jtew ones today. Why not try
otir hand at It.
The turnout at the rally yesterday
wan eneoiiniRliiK. but at the same time
the attendance should have been larg
er. Every man In the University
should have been there. Kenorts fiom
other schools of a thousand students
turning- out at such meetings are
common. There is no reason why Ne
braska should not do as well.
The seniors at their meeting yester
day started a movement looking to
ward the organization of class teams.
It Is now time for other classes to take
the same action. A Berlcs of inter-class
games would not only increase inter
est In football, but it would serve to
bring out much new material that Is
now lost to the I'niveiHlty. The great
objection to these games as they have
been played in the I'niversity is that
they ate not thoroughly prepared for.
Men go into them who are not fit to
play football. The enthusiasm aroused
by them would be imili greater if "a
longer course of training were gone
through with. Other . colleges have
their class games with neighboring in--HtiUiUoii&
Sojll such innovation
might be introduced here-wJUi ollt
Editor Dally Nebraskan- For the
last three years it has been the prac
tice of some of the engineering stu
dents to make an annual trip to some
city of importance and see the large
electric and teani plants in operation.
The first year they made n study of the
plants In Lincoln; their next trip was
to Omaha and last year a small crowd
went to Kansas City. This year we
want a big crowd to go to Minneapolis
and St. Paul with the team.
The trip last year cost probably two
or three times as much aB thlB will
and yet the boys felt amply repaid for
their time and money. Another thing,
Prof. Morse is a nutlve of the Twin
Cities and he will be able to pilot us
around much better than he could in
a Btrange place. Manager Cowglll saya
if we get fully organized, that Is, know
Just how many are going, how many
want Bleeplern, etc., that we can go
with the team Thursday at 7 p. m., In
stead of Friday, when the whole
school goes. That will give ub a day
and a half to do the two towna, and
still leave time tor the game.
All engineering students, especially
the new men, are urged to come out
to our first meeting Wednesday at
7:30 In Mechanic Arts hall, room 211,
and hear what Professors. Morse and
Richards have to say on the value of
Biich a trip. S. D. CLINTON.
Theie is gloom in the Maroon camp
on account of the determination of
Remp. the big substitute center on
last year's Wisconsin team, to leave
tin'' Midway school and enter the Uni
versity of Iowa. The reason is that
he could not get along with the
coaches, claiming that he was Ill
treated and it is said that Hersh
herger is the man with whom he had
trouble Remp played in the game
with Lombard and made such a good
showing that Stagg was counting on
him to play one of the line positions.
Remp left last nlsht for Iowa City -Daily
One of Minnesota's stiongest op
ponents on the gridiron this fali will
he Nebraska. According to the latest
report eight of last year's men are
on hand, and some strong players
who were not in the game last year
will don their moleskins and do their
best to make the team. Big prepara
tions are being made for the contest
with the (iophers. Manager Cowglll
is at ranging to secure special trains
to carry several hundred rooters to
Minneapolis to see the big contest
October 11!. -'Minnesota Daily.
The Associated .Students met at 11
o'clock last Friday morning in the
gymnasium. In response to a special
meeting called by President Echle
man, at the request of twenty-five
members. Owing to the condition of
the gymnasium, an adjournment was
taken to Stiles hall, where the meeting
was called to order.
M. R. Newmark. 'OH, presented the
tollowing motion. whiCt was carried
with very little opposition That a
committee of thirteen, which commit
tee shall include the president of the
A. S. U. C and the president of the
A W. S , be appointed to confer with
Piesidenl Wheeler concerning the
feasibility of establishing in this uni
versity an honor system; and, further,
that this committee be empowered to
make any suggestions which It may
deem fit in regard to a method for the
execution of such system if It be con
sidered feasible. Daily California!!.
It should hardly be necessary to ask
students to keep away from Northrop
Field while secret practice is taking
place, yet whenever even the gates
aro closed at every hole In the fence
are several persons. And these are
students, too, not mere small boys.
Dr. Williams has ordered the gates
closed so that tlLe practice may go on
lii strictest secrecy, yet In the jam
which Is about the fence anyone could
watch the play almost as well as if
seated in the grand stand, and with
no more fear of defection. If the
students will only stay away until the
gates are opened any outsider can
easily he discovered, but If the crowd
keeps up as It has begun the secret
practice will be useless and any college
In thecounj.ry can learn our plays as
well as the team learns them and our
chances for the championship will
suffer accordingly. Minnesota Dally.
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