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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Members of the Dally Nelrinkun
KtafT aro requested to call at the ofllce
KM No. 11th Ht4, between 1 and 2
o'clock each dny for assignments.
From the MlnnoHotn letter which
appears on another page It Is evident
that the students of that itiHtltutloyi
are rapidly getting Into sHnpe for the
Nebraska came. One thing has been
accomplished which Nebraska lias
yet to do and that Is a good working
organization of rooters.
Nebraska rooters have met from
day to dny for the past week. They
have mnde a few spasmodic attempts
at rooting. It Is now four days from
the day of the game and practically
nothing has been accomplished in the
way of looting yet. If anything Is to
be done it must be done at once. The
meeting to be held this morning In
chapel will be a starter. F10111 now
until Filday dally rallies ought to be
IN THK COLLEGE WORLD.
It is time for Stanford to enlarge
her,, range of intercollegiate contests.
The opportunities are at hand. Ne
braska asks for debale, Washington Is.
anxious for a football game, Michi
gan's eleven may come to the coast
tilts winter, nnd an effort Ih being
made to bring Princeton. We must
overcome tills tendency toward self
satisfied provincialism, which is in
dicated by the habit of looking upon
nothing outside of a meet with Cali
fornia as worth our while. We wish
to, measure strength with the institu
tions of the east; we must cultivate
the good will of our sister institu
tlons on the coast, which will grow
to be formidable rivals. Shall we Im
prove our opportunities? -I'alo Alto
A new octopus in the shape of a
boarding house tnnjt threatens the
equanimity of the student body. Just
whether it is desired to raise the price
of board, or reduce the quality to a
fixed dally potion, a la rote, does not
appear. Verily, that man may count
himself thrice blessed who can write,
Ht the close of his college career, Venl,
Vldi. Vici. Ann Arbor Hoarding Houpc
Hash'- Michigan Dnlly News.
Deep gloom prevail in the ranks of
the co-eds in Illinois colleges. From
Champaign, (lalesburg, Jacksonville,
Chicago and Northwestern comes nn
indignant wail of protest. One of the
college customs most sacred In the
eyes of the college girl is the wearing
over her breast of a jeweled emblem
of a college sPcret society, presented
by the young man of her favor and
esteem. Now. the new law which linn
just received Oov. Yates' signature,
prohibits persons from wealing the
buttons, badges nnd emblems of secret
societies nnd orders of which they
are not members. The Daily Califor-nian.
Lelaud Stanford celebrated her
tenth birthday last Tuesday. The
ceremonies were conducted with con
siderable pomp. One feature of tht
program was the reading of speeches
delivered on opening day by Senator
Stanford, Dr. Jordan and others.
The old NebraKkan-Hesperian lias
been discontinued, and in its place is
published the Daily Nebraska!!, a four-
column, four-page paper, which pre-
iiutaa very creditable abearance. -Die
Wooster Voice. jv V
A wild imitation of the annual fresh
soph 1 usli was given last night on the
campus and, later, down town. Not
withstanding the abatement of the
athletic meeting in the gym. notices
were posted early yesterday morning
stating that the usual rush would oc
cur at 8 o'clock near the cannon in
fiont of the library building. From 8
until 10 the campus was filled with
disorganized bands of fieshmen and
sophomores. The Hist year men
greatly outnumbered their opponents
and had everything- their own way.
Two charge's were made on the can
non, and in both easels the freshmen
were victorious. Tht? second-year men
put up a good fight, hut only a small
number were out, and '"05" was Lrl
umphant. Michigan Daily News.
Hl'LLETlNS FROM THE GAME.
The Dally Nebraskan lias arranged
to send frequent bulletins to Lincoln
during the progress of the game Sat
urday. They will be displayed uptown
in the show window of Ewing's Cloth
ing Store and duplicate copies will be
sent to the University campus where
they will be announced and posted as
lapidly as received.
The following addition to the list of
football songs is presented today:
Tune: Coo-Coo Eyes.
A Minnesota man in a football game
was playing 'round right end,
A Nebraska girl in the rooters' row
with plenty o' good looks to spore
Looked down at him, with a silly
He started to hike around Cort's end.
Ran into the Lincoln man,
Who threw him back for 25 yards,
across Minnesota's line
And then our crowd began to howl.
Just because she made that silly stare
He thought he was a bloated billion
n i re ;
She was the best kvhut Is, but beat him
in the biz
Just because shemade that silly stare
Dr. Hessey addressed the First Con
gregational church a week ago last
f Sunday on the subject "A scientific
man's understanding of creation," and
laBt Sunday he repeated 1t before the
Second Congregational church on the
request of the pastor.
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Jfrleite favorites, and popular OLD FAUlLIAHTUNEsIn
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