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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1901)
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Football Songs for Rally This
Mr Coon, Coon, Coon.
IiOU out you big Norwegians,
We'ro coming after you;
lint year we got your money.
We'!! get the game now, too.
'Nebraska's corn-fed playerH
Will make you look like tramps
And htMid you sprawling.
To your lumber camps.
Chorti i -
Kik up the chapel bell.
Pull the rope like well.
Hun up the old red light
And lot it shine from Uni. hal
lt"Minc we'll beat thorn right.
Voi-'ll find your boasted line Is
A i full of holes as cheese.
And if there are no holes there
We'll make them where we please.
You might as well look pleasant,
There's nothing else to do,
And take what Booth's got
Fived for you
Another dose of Pill.
C'lioi u i
And if ;t man gets tired
C'xp John don't need to curse,
Theie'ie several moie just like him,
(i different, which Is worse.
We're going to piny Northwestern
(ipori Thanksghing; so
Send one word "Vlctoiy"
O'e'- the telegraph,
Hrl, to Ne-bras-ka.
TIIK SECOND SONG.
Aii Goo-Goo Eyes.
A hu.iky team on a football field all
Ined up for a game.
fair hundred rooters oil the lines to
help them win a name,
"Veiled out at them, with a mighty
The team braced up and held for
Stopped Gophers' every buck.
Pi lyed fast and fierce and mnde good
Oles lost their luck.
They (Tiled to wiu. that football game.
Just because we made dem lulu pluys,
We doue gone won that game and got
We came up here to beat,
Minnesota is our meat,
Jul because we made dem lulu plays.
University Men who expect to do Minneapolis on Sat-
urday should go clad in one of our swell University' '
Suits. No such array of smart styles was ever be
fore on our tables. Scores of charming designs in
fabrics and made up by
Rogers-Peet or Fechei-mer-Fishel,
Clothes Makers of New
York. Coats with Mili
tary back, padded should
ers and stiff front.
Equally stylish Overcoats, including-
all the season's novelties. All
our fine clothing is cut and made
in 20th Century style and belongs
to the Pennant winning class. It
will be a pleasurs to show you
through our Clothing lines. Ex
cursion Shoes, Grips, Caps, Shirts
and Neckwear in many styles.
'RAH FOR NEBRASKA
THE THIRD SONCJ.
I . Ne-bra-ska
And away goes the football team.
Up and down the football field;
Vou will find them where there's need.
And they're ready when the ball's In
To the goal goes the football team.
THE FOURTH SON(J.
The following addition to the list of
football songs Is presented today:
Tune: Goo-Goo Eyes.
A "Minnesota man In a football game
was playing 'round right end,
A Nebraska girl In the rooters' row
inien faiQlxQori looka to spare
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Looked down at him, with a slily
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 onr crowd began to howl.
Just .because she made that silly stare
He thought he was a bloated billion
aire;' She was the beat what is, but beat him
In the biz,
Just because she made that silly stare.
Miss Carrie Barbour has charge of
tho geological department during
Professor Barbour's absence in Con
necticut. Professor Ward will lec
ture to the classes In geology I.
Football buttons have been gotten
out by Messrs. Taylor and Manning
which Bell for fifteen cents. They are
neat and catchy. The supply Is lim
ited and everybody Is after one. They
may be had by mail for sixteen cents
I' of N, Kali, rah, rail,
r of N, Kali, rah, rah.
Varsity, Varsity, Nebraskah!
Nebraska, Nebraska, Nebraska!
Repeat at least three times and continue
as long as the leader desires.
Word comes from J. V. Cortelyou,
'90, who took his second degree last
year, that he Is very pleasantly set
tled In Berlin, where he will pursue
his studies further In one of the uni
versities of that city. Mr. Cortelyou
left for Europe in June and spent some
of his time in travel, Including an ex
tendeOvtrlp by foot up the Rhine for
some woks, enabling him to see the
country at his leisure and at a near
view. , ,
Mark Hiltner, who has been working
at the Portland Cyanide mill at Dead
wood, has been fortunate enough to be
placed at the head of the chemistry
department. This mill has two de
partments, the mechanical and chemi
cal, and Mr. Hiltner Is very fortunate
for the raise In position which he has
ga soc? I -!
R. H. Wesael, '01, has returned from
Oklahoma, whore he went last sum
mer during the "free land lottery"
craze. He was among the lucky ones,
and revived a fine piece of govern
ment land. Mr. Wessei denies that
he Is in Nebraska looking for a
housekeeper for his farm.
See M. E. Chovront, 1324 O, blue
front restaurant, for reasonable rates
Hlpta mlnnle ga hownie
Boom da la Nebraska.
This yell was submitted by one of Ne
braska's coed rooters who says It
has been found to work well in small r
summer-vacation parties of NebvfTs
students, with strong accent onflrat,
third, sixth and last syllables It goes
wit ha first-rate swing and vigor.
The boys' locker room has been
dergolng a number of ronnfro t
lockers have been put in and some
the Old nilPl rnmm-o1
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