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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1901)
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TIIK DAILY NKHRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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to tli Nobriinknn- lloHporlun
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plouvo notify tbo iiiuniiKor by card
u noon im poimlblr. Where no noti
fication Urocolvod II in understood
tbut the Riibcrlbcr Ulion tbo pa
per to continue.
Minnesota tolls n hnnl luck Htory
about her team. J not how true It Is
remains to be seen.
Members of the Daily Nebraska n
staff" ate requested to call at the office
1.14 No. llth st. between 1 and 2
o clock each day for assignments.
Kvory member of the student body
should be at the Northwestern depot
at 1 : 4f this afternoon to Rive the team
a fitting send-off. Every one should go
armed with a megaphone and a
streamer of University colors.
The nuihs meeting in chapel this
morning should be attended by every
body. The aisles should be full. The
team should be welcomed and blessed
m a way they will not forget in a day
-a blessing that will spur them to su
pi 1 human effort on the gridiron next
The students who will remain In
Lincoln over Saturday may learn of
all the interesting features of the big
game by watching the Daily Nebras
kan bulletins. They will be posted
on the campus and In the show win
dow of Kwlng's Clothing Store.
The low rate made by the railroads
has put the Minnesota trip within the
reach of every student and every one
should avail himself Qf this op
portunity of visiting a sister institu
tion and of seeing one of the biggest
football games to be played in the
west this season.
The proximity of the big game has
worked the student body up to a
fever heat. Under the conditions as
they exist now a student cannot give
the amount of time required to the
preparation for the trip, football ral-
lies, etc.", and at the same time devote
the usual amount of time to his stu
dies. Instructors ought to bear this In,
mind in assigning lessons. The stu
dents are supporting the team well.
The faculty should help them by
lightening their school work for a day
or two. The value to the University
of a ictory next Saturday would eas
ily recompense for a little loss In
Elsewhere In this Issue we present
a clipping from the Minnesota Daily
regarding a certain Lincoln corre
spondent to the Minneapolis Journal.
The extract says- "Puffed up with
the vanity and filled with a large
sense of the great Importance of a team
which Is yet In Its embryonic stage
this writer, whoever he may be, is be
coming distressingly sickening to
those who have seen high class foot
bail." I'eihaps "embryonic" Is a suitable
adjective to describe the Nebraska
football team. If it Is, will the Min
nesotans suggest an adjective to de
scribe a team which permitted eleven
"embryos" to push them across the
gildlion twice for touch-downs.
I'eihaps the people of Lincoln were
not peimltted to see "high class" foot
ball last Thanksgiving, but they cer
tainly did see the best game of ball
the team of (lopher giants were able
to put up. The Nebraska team may
have been "unheard of" before the
Minnesota game last year, but its rec
ord In that game won it the recogni
tion it deserved and which it has since
been generally accorded.
The article In question Is headed
"Lincoln Vanity." Perhaps a change
In the location of that trait of char
acter would more nearly fit the case.
We're going to Minnesota
In the morn. morn, morn;
And we'll tear "em up as surely
As you're born, born, born.
We will smash 'em thro' the center,
Or the end, end end,
Tbo' they do their very "darndest"
To defend fend fend.
And we'll rip 'em up the middle
Of the back, back, back.
And you'll hear that bell go clanging
With a clack, clack, clack.
For the stuff we've got to do it
Fills the bill, bill, bill;
And we'll doctor them a-plonty
With a "Pill." "Pill," "Pill."
We will paint old Minnesota
'Till she's red, red, red;
And lay away their pfttngeis
In out ShtfdtL ShetWrluMld.
And shortly on the coming
Of our 1 1 am, 1 1 a in, train.
Their spli it.s all will dwindle
Through our Diain, Diain, Drain.
And their end-runs will be ended
Very short, short, short.
For it will not do to monkey
With our "Cort," "Cort," "Cort."
And we'll put It on them gently
With a rub, rub, rub.
When we puncture their big sponges
With our "Stubb," "Stubb," "SUibb."
And very soon the battle
Will be won, won, won.
We'll wear the scalp of every son-
ol-A-gun gun gun.
Hinder Funke, Will Slzer, of Lincoln,
and Dallas Denier of Elmwood, Neb.,
were initiated into Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon last evening. A banquet was held
at the chapter house afterwards.
The local chapter of Delta Delta
Delta has Just recelvpd a letter from
the Minnesota chapter of that soror
ity offering tile hospitality of their
chapter house during the Nebraskans'
stay In Minneapolis. It is probable
that the local chapter will attend the
game In a body.
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