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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL.I. NO. 1(5.
TIIK UNIVKHSITV OF NKHUASKA, OCTOBER s, 1901
TWO NEW SONGS.
Compositions Presented for Student
Action - Light ami Kan
Practice the Program
for the ' Ynrsit .
Two new fostball songs wore hnntl
od In yoHtordny. They both linve vir
tue of being written to familiar. tunes
and both are lively and loud. One
song was accompanied by the follow
Edltoi Daily Nebraskan I Hubmit
below a football song which came to
me the other night after a slight in
discretion along the buck-wheat cake
line. I trust that you will print it,
not because of any merit which it
may possess In itself, but in the hope
that it will provoke some one to
write a good one.
You will observe that the tense may
oasily be changed from the future to
the past. This will make the song
suitable for use after the game.
Whether it could be changed to the
passive mood in case our fondest
hopes are dashed, I cannot say.
What's the use? .1. A. K.
Air Coon, Coon. Coon.
Look out you big Norwegians.
Wc'io coming after you;
Last year we got your money.
We'll get the game now, too.
Nebraska's corn-fed players
Will make you look like tramps
And send you sprawling,
To your lumber camps.
Fix up the chapel bell.
Pull the rope like well.
Run up the old red light
And let it shine from Unl. hal
Because we'll beat them right.
You'll find your boasted line is
As full of holes as cheese,
And if there are no holes there
Well make them where we please.
You might as well look pleasant,
There's nothing else to do,
And take what Booth's got
Fixed for you
Another dose of Pill.
And If a man gets tired
Cap. John don't need to curse,
There're several more-just HkeMm, .
Or different, which Is worse.
We're going to play Northwestern
Upon Thanksgiving; so
Send one word "Victory"
O'er the telegraph.
Back to Ne-bras-ka.
Stopped Gophers' every buck,
Played fast and fierce and made good
(Jles lost their luck;
They failed to win, that fiotbatl game.
.lust because we made dem lulu plays,
Wo done gone won that game and got
We came up here to boat,
Minnesota is fur meat,
.lust because we made dem lulu plnys.
Only a half hours' practice was tak
en yesterday. The 'Varsity lined up for
fifteen minutes against the scrubs,
dining which time they scored one
touch-down Coach Booth called
them in Just as the second was about
to be made. Johnson, Mulllken and
Eager played star ball against the
George Shedd was not In the game
owing to the condition of Iris arm. It
is thought that by careful treatment
he will be able to go In Saturday. The
nerve, although Injured, will come
around all right. Captain Westover
was not in the line-up. Ho, with
Coaches Booth and Melford, noticed
the play, both individual and team.
Kochler had his togs on. but did not
scrimmage. Mis knee is about well.
He will be In the play tomorrow. Pllls
buiy made more of his mighty line
plunges opening holes large enough
AMONG THE DEBATERS.
Leland Stanford I Mate nl a Pos
sibility New Methods of
( housing Debaters Contemplated.
No new developments are an
nounced In the Leland Stanford-Nebraska
debate. The matter Is being
considered by the association.
it Is the growing belief on the part
of many of the members of the asso
ciation that the expense of the contest
would be too heavy to warrant the
University In taking It up. It 1b re
ceiving the serious attention of the
association, however, and the result
may be a meeting between the two
universities. The expense which
would be somewhere near $600 would
have to be borne in part by the visit
ing team. If a debate Is arranged for
at Leland Stanford this year a re
turn contest next your would have U
be promised. There is some doubt
expressed as to whether the students
would support U well enough to make
The committee appointed some time
ago to revise the method dj holding
preliminaries is trying to devise some
method that is not open to serious ob
jections. It has been suggested that
the contestant's class work in debating
TICKETS FOR THE MINNESOTA
Reserved seat tickets to the Minne
sota game can be procured of Mr. Wyei
at his ofllce In the library or at the
Rock Island city ticket office. The
tickets ore two dollars eoch and en
title the holder to admission ot the
gote and reserved seat in the grand
stand. Tn order to bo sure of a seat
In the Nebraska division, students
must procure their tickets now. Those
who wait to get tickets In Minneap
olis will bo forced to take Beats In
the oidor of which they are sold,
which will mean that the Nebraska
crowd will be widely dispersed among
the vast throng.
These tickets will be on sale be
ginning this morning and ending
Thursday night. Other tickets which
entitle holders to a seat In the bleach
ers sell at $1 and $1 .f0.
j Faculty Concert School of flusic
All Students Cordially Invited
THE SECONQ SONG.
Air: Goo-Goo Eyes.
A husky team on a football field all
lined up for a game,
Six hundred rooters on the lines to
help them win a name,
Yelled out at them, with a mighty
The team braced up and held for
to march an army through. Nebraska
may feel mighty glad Pill, has re
turned Kingsbury played a snappy
The work from now on will only be
of the lightest kind. Almost nothing
but signal rehearsal. The men are
perhaps a trifle slow in number work
owing to the fact that the earllness
of this game has made slow methods.
Impracticable. After the Minnesota
game some of the primitive things will
be rehearsed again, such as catching
punts, falling on the ball, etc.
Nebraska has never had tho team
she has today. It Is now or not for a
long time again. With the men feel
ing fine and in tip-top shape there Is
no reason JLX Uie J)lg excursion can't
return Sunday bearing a vTcIdrTouH
team, the champions of the middle
west. There have been no new devel
opments in the rate to Minnesota, al
though it Is thought today may see a
The Bimetallic league has chosen the
C. P. Craft, president.
V. C. Batle, vice president
J. J. Ledwlth, secretaqy.
A committee, consisting of Messrs,
Weaver and Morrow, was appointed
to take steps looking toward a meet
lug with the republican club. A chal
lenge has been issued, but no definite
arrangements have been made as yet.
and his general University record be
taken into account In giving places
on the team. This is not satisfactory
because a number of the best debaters
are some times freshmen who would
be barred out by the application of
the rule. Another objection Is that
many of the debaters do not take work
In debating and hence could have no
class record In It.
Some of the faoulty Wlro Tisually
act as Judges object to listening to so
many men" who have no chance of go
ing on the team. The old system al
lowed twenty men to go in the final.
From these twelve were chosen to con
stitute the teams and substitutes. In
reply to this objection It Is argued
that twelve men could not be chosen
ty, AiV system of club preliminaries
would necessarily involve at least
There are some who advocate hold
ing a preliminary for each debate.
This, however, would so complicate
matters that it can hardly be taken
It has been determined to change
the method of marking the men to a
system that will be fairer than the
present one. Further than that, little
has been definitely decided on.
A letter has been received recently
from Iowa signifying that that Insti
tution would like to debate with Ne
braska. No definite answer has been
NEW BO'fLERS AT THE BOILER
Two new Heine boilers have been
placed In the boiler house and are
doing very satisfactory work. These
bollera are of 150 horse power each
and furnish enough steam and light
to supply the shops, laboratories,
green-house and library. Boiler No.
8 Is equipped so that natural Of me
chanical draft may be used. No. 9
does not have the natural draft. With
the addition of these two boilers,
John Green, the engineer, will be able
to furnish all the heat and light nec
essary for the University buildings.
President McNown has uam?d Clar
ence Beard manager of th-i sophomore
f'jotbi'll te.un. All sophomores who
wIbIi to play are requested to meet
Mr. Beard on the alhlcti: Pld at
chapel time Wednesday morning.
Mia. J. A. Reed, for four years an
Instructor In American history In the
University of Nebraska, has regist
ered for a Ph. D. in the school of his
tory. Mrs. Reed is a niece of ex
Presldent Cleveland and was one of
the most successful and popular In
structors In the Nebraska Institu
tion. Wisconsin Cardinal.
Messrs. F. J. Kelly and Carrol Pow
ers and MIbs Mabel Wllsii have teen
appointed by the pros'dent of the
senior class to act as a special com
mittee to confer with Chancellor An
drews In the selection of a suitable
man to deliver the class oration. The
Chancellor wished th s action taken
early in the year that the difficulty
experienced last year might -be
According to the report of the Dally
Cardinal the University of Wisconsin
will lose two of Its best men this
year n the persons of Dr. Aladlne
Longdon of tho physics department,
who has excepted a full professorship
of physics and astronomy at Knox
college, Galesburg, 111., and Prof. F.
H. King of the college of agriculture,
who has accepted a position under
the U. S. government In the bureau of
soils. - -
J. W. Crabtree, high school Inspec
tor .visited the high schools at Seward,
Exetdr, Crete and Friend last week.
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