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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL.1. NO. 19.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 11, 1901.
OFF FOR MINNEAPOLIS.
One Thousand Excursionists Leave
for the Big Game Football
Team Given an
The Nebraska football team left
yesterday afternoon at 1:45 for Min
neapolis full of determination to do
everything that can be done to wrest
victory from the Gophers Saturday
afternoon. They were accompanied
to the train by a largo number of
rooters who gave them a good old- t
fashioned sond-off. The party. In
cluding Coach Booth. Assistant Coach
Melford and Trainer Best, was made
up of about twenty men. They will
roach Minneapolis tomorrow morning
about 8 o'clock.
One thousand people were started
on their way to the big game yester
day afternoon. Two long trains were
required to haul them. The indica
tions are that as many more will go
It was tho Intention to run but one
special train yesterday. It was
thought that It would accommodate all
who cared to pay the extra rate of four
dollars for the privilege of staying In
Minneapolis a day longer than thd
three dollar rate allows. The error
of this supposition was plainly to be
seen long before the first section pulled
out at 5:30. The Northwestern offi
cials at once made arrangements for
a second train to leave at 6:30.
It 13 estimated that 700 people were
on the first section and close to 300 on
the second. It was supposed that this
would be the smaller part'of the crowd.
The Indications are that as many more
people will leave today. The city has
been full of strangers all day. They
have come In to take advantage of
the rate. From the time the North
western office was opened yesterday
morning until It closed last night It
was crowded with a throng of people
waiting to buy tickets. The clerks in
the office were so busy that they ab
solutely refused to answer telephone
The train tonight will leave at 6:30
and will get into Minneapolis by
breakfast time Saturday morning. The
return train will leave Minneapolis at
7 a. m. Sunday, arriving In Lincoln
early In the evening. The three dol
lar rate does not give sleeper privil
eges. It a sleeper is desired the four
dollar rate must be paid.
It is expected that the train this
evening will be run In two sections.
Every care is being taken by the offi
cials to provide for the comfort of the
FOOTBALL MASS MEETING.
One of the most enthusiastic mass
meetings ever held at the University
was conducted yesterday forenoon in
the chapel. The room was well filled
and everyone present gave evidence of
a determination to do all that can be
done by rooting to win a victory to
morrow. Chancellor Andrews opened the
meeting with some well timed advice
and admonitions. He said he ex
pected the team to win the game. He
said he had a strong pair of lungs and
would use them to their full capacity
to help the team to victory. While
he was deeply interested in the team
he declared he was more Interested In
maintaining the good name of the
University. He ured evoryonc to Bee
thnt the good name of the University
did not become a worse name. The
welfare of the University, ho said, was
more in the keeping of the students
than of the faculty or regents. Ho ad
monished all to be especially careful
on the way so that if the team comes
back on the shield instead of bearing
It the University will have won a vic
tory by Its demeanor.
The Chancellor said that It was not
in accordance with his ethical code to
travel on Sunday and he was not
sure whether this return trip was Justi
fiable or not. He urged everyone to
see that the decorum of the day was
Professor Wyer explained that as
the Rock Island had thrown up the
contract with the athletic board, the
Northwestern was the official road.
On behalf of the team he urged that
rooters see that they do not disturb
the plays of the Minnesota team by
rooting while the play was going on.
He designated such action as ungentle-
Reports of tftte big game will be
received at frequent intervals Sat
urday by The Daily Nebraskan,
They will be displayed on the cam
pus and in the show window at
Ewing!s clothing store.
manly. The team also asked that all
good plays by either Bide be ap
plauded. Professor Caldwell said, "Lot us go,
have a good time, win the victory and
come back with the scalps ,of the
Gophers at our belts." He also urged
that conduct fitting to the day be the
rule on the return trip Sunday.
After the addresses Head Rooter
Teach was called forward and fifteen
minutes of rooting and singing were
Altogether the meeting shows that
Nebraska will not take a back seat this
year when it comes to rooting. Printed
slips have been prepared containing
the official song and will be used to
day and tomorrow.
THE WISCONSIN TEAM.
The names and weight of some of
tho Wisconsin men are as follows:
Curtis, 177; Scow, 199; Lerum, 199;
Abbott, 175; Schrelber, 183; Aber
cromble, 178; Cochems, 171; Larson,
167; Deerlng. 149; Haumerson, 173;
Juneau, 153; Daum, 155; KIrby, 160;
Tenner, 219; Moffatt, 163; Long, 182;
Stroud, 158; Thom, 166; Llldequlst,
165; Bartlet, 166; Fogg, 147; Jaeger,
150; Holstein, 211; Marshall, 156;
Dean, 147; Greer, 149; Lindsay, 214.
GOLTON TO STUDENTS.
International Secretary of the V.
0. A. to Speak Sunday -One
of the Best. Meeting
of the year.
E. T. Colton. International college
secretary of the Y. M. C. A., will ad
dress the association and the students
of the University In the old chapel
next 8unday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The service and address will mark the
Inauguration of tho Mission and Bible
The association considers Itself ex
tremely fortunate In securing the
presence of Mr. Colton. He is prob
ably one df the best known workers In
the Mission department in the asso
ciation. The meeting Sunday will be
a missionary service. Mr. Colton vis
ited the University last spring and ev
ery one who heard him then Is en
thusiastic over his work.
Mr. Colton is an orator of remark
able ability. He Is thoroughly at
"h"bme""6n the subject of missions and
the association feels that in him they
can present a man whom every young
man In the University should hear.
He is a graduate of the University of
South Dakota and secured the prize
in the oratorical contest the year he
graduated. After his graduation he
entered association work and has
risen steadily until he Is now said to
be one of the strongest men In his
department In the country.
The association has been trying for
some time to secure him and it is only
through the fact that he is on his
way to Evanston from Denver that
he was induced to stop at this time.
DEPATING CLUB PROGRAMS.
The Dellan Boys' Debating club
will not hold a meeting next Saturday
Lowing to the Minnesota excursion.
Tho other clubs will meet as usual.
Question: Resolved, That the Unit
ed States government should aid the
Boers in their struggle for liberty.
Affirmative Scott, Pospisil, Meier.
Negative Cronln, Gibbons, Baldwin.
Question: Resolved, That labor
unions cannot accomplish anything to
Justify their continued existence.
Affirmative King, Nielson.
Negative Johnson, Hohl.
Question: Resolved, That congress
should pass an act defining the cir
culating of anarchistic literature and
speech as treason.
Affirmative Swain, Peterson. bi. W.
Negative Rotruck. F. C. Foster,
THE LITERARY SOCIETIE8.
Two of tho literary' pocletlea will
hold meetings tonight. Thy are tho
Union and tho Palladian. The Dellan
society has postponed its program ow
ing to the wish of Its members to at
tend the Minnesota game en masse.
The regular program will be given on
the following Friday evening:
Sketches Caroline Stringer.
Violin solo Mr. Husted.
Talk Clara Fowler.
Paper Russell Moore.
Vocal solo Stella Smith.
Recitation Mr. Baldwin.
Select reading Miss Sporks.
Recitation Mr. Harrison.
NEBRASKA'8 PROTEST DISHON
ORED. The latest news from Minneapolis
Indicates that Minnesota will play
Rogers, the ex-captain and end of the
Carlisle Indian team, despite the pro
test of Nebraska. Nebraska protested
on the ground that a year had not in
tervened since ho played on the Indian
team, hence ho is Inelllglble to play
on the team of any other college. Min
nesota claims that Carlisle is only a
preparatory school and the fact that he
played on that team does not disquali
fy him from playing on a college elev
en. They say that Rogers' playing
will not violate any rule of the big
Every possible means will be taken
to prevent Rogers' playing, but it
looks now as though tho protest
would avail nothing without a fight.
The Minnesota team will go to Lake
Minnetonka this morning to remain
THE GRADUATE CLUB'.
The officers of the graduate club will
entertain the members at the home
of Judge Tlbbots, 658 So. 17th St.,
Saturday evening, Oct. 19. Progrum,
A reception was tendered last night
by Miss Adeloyd Whiting to the mem
bers of Kappa Kappa Gamma and Phi
Gamma Delta, In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester C. Mudgo. The house
was beautifully decorated with the
colors of the two fraternities and
palms. Mr. and Mrs. Mudge are mem
bers of the respective fraternities.
They left JaBt night for their new
home at Alliance.
The young Indies of Kappa Kappa
Gamma will occupy a special Pullman,
sleeper on the excursion train to Min
neapolis. They will be joined here In
Lincoln by Misses Daisy Houck ot
Grand Island and Ethel Collins of
Wahoo, almunae members.
J. R. Green was called home by the
death of his brother. Mr. Green lives
i. $ ,3 P.