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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL. I NO. 41
LINCOLN, NEB., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1901.
SENIORS VS. LAWYERS
Junior Law Team Goes Dwn to De
feat Before the Upper Class
men Senior Glass Spir
it Buns High.
By a ; core of 10 to 0 the senior
academics defeated a mixed tenm.
composed of Junior and senior laws
together with a smattoring of the
lirst team and tho scrubs yesterday
Tho came 'was scheduled betwoon
the sonlnre and tho Junior laws bub
as the latter wero not able bo get to-
fleTtier" a full team the outsiders were
Render of the Varsity played full
back and Incldently did raosb of tho
work for the lawyers.
In the lirst half tne seniors pushod
their oppononts rapidly down the
Hold for a touch down Clinton failing
In tho second half the seniors
by lino bucks ana pushed them over
for a touch back. A few minutes
later thov acaln made a touchdown.
Clinton failed to kick goal. The linal
score was 10 to 0 in favor of tho sen
iors. Nielsen was badly hurt in tho soo
ona hair but for want of a substitute
was forced to play tho game through.
Brew aoted as upmiro. Fifteen
minute halves wore played.
Class spirit runs high and the
seniors feel confident of beating the
sophomores when they meet to settle
SENIOR LAWS CHOOSE CLASS
The Sonlor laws havo decided to
co-operate with the senior acadomlcs
in publishing a Sonlor book. To that
end W. It. Ileartb was elected busi
ness manager for tho class.
The remainder of tho board or
editors will bo elected Wednesday
aftornoon when the class will meet'
to finish the business relating to tho
Tho Sonlor laws will have a sopar-
abo department in the annual.
DR. HOUGHS' COLLECTION OF
ANCIENT PRINTS PRESENT
ED TO PENN.
Part of tho library of tho late Dr.
J. Stockton Hough, a well knows
physician, who for many years lived
near Trenton, N. !., has Just been
prosontcd to the University of Penn
sylvania oy its friends. His library
was well. known to all interested In
rare boons, csDecially for its collec
tion of unique books on bibliography,
"BTograpEvand me3lclno; also for h"fiT
collections uf rare editions of the an
The collection is tho most notablo
ono tho University Library has re
ceived for years. Tho estimated
value is considerably over four thnus-
Offlcors for tho Battalion Announced
Unusual Interest Manifested-
Rumors of Resig
More than usual Interest has ooen
taken this year in tho appointments
of cadet ofllcors which wore an
nounced last nlgf't. Partly owing to
tno change of Commandants there
was an uncertainty as to who would
got tho plums. While the appoint
ments woro muoo largely on tho
merits of tho mon as shown by tholr
records this fall and during the time
tnoy have been drilling, moro than
the usual attention wan paid to tho
acadomio classes to which nppolntoes
belong. The old rule that seniors
should as far as possible be given tho
commissions was adhered to as
closely as practicable.
Thoro aro a number of complaints
made already and lb is rumored aoout
IHocampusTBat aOTVBTar "resign lo
tions will bo tendered in tho near
future as a result of blasted ambi
tions. It has always been tho cus
tom heretofore to Bhow especial con
sideration to football men although
they drill only about half of the 11 ret
Corporals Company A, E. Soanfcy,
H. R. Edwards, K, A, Allon, T IK
Elson, J. A. McGonchln.
Corporals Company D, C.I). Richie.
H. N. niggODS, D. Powoll, Y. P.
nowltt. (i. F. Brown.
Corporals Company B, It. J. Mans
field, C. A. Mubruan, G. A. Hamil
ton. E. O. Eagor, R. Boohne.
corporals Company C. G. P. Greon
wald, C. L. Whcdon, n. V. McCol
loch, W. D. J. Stcckelburg, 0. A.
THE FACULTY WOMEN'S CLUll.
Tho faculty woman's club will
moot with Mrs. T. M. Hodgman 700
North 10th street, on Wednesday af
tornoon at tnroo o'clock. Mombcnr
aro urged to asscmole promptly If
Considerable disappointment Is ox-
pressed over tho ansonoe of tho band
from tho Omaha gamo Saturday.
The reason for tholr absonoo appears
to bo a disagreement between some
members of tho band and tno athletic
board-oVer rcnumorablon -for their
ser vices. The board offered thorn
their railroad faro and admission to
tho game. Somo of tho boys woro of
the opinion that tho total cxpenBO of
tho trip should be nilowod them.
This tho board did not fool atjlo to
do, so the rooters went without the
Hear., FRPTY B, SMITH
The Engineering society will hold
their regular mectfng Wednesday at
7:30 pm., in room 211 M. A. Mr.
Sargent a local Civil Engineer who
has done considerable government
work along banks of tho
win give some
NEW YORK CITY,
CHAPEL, 22 TO-DAY.
andJollarSr-but It Is Impossible to-lsomostor- Thls-has-becn-donc-on tbo-
-Professor Stout and his bridge
class, consisting of Clinton, Soaris,
Larson, Durman and Gutleben made
a tour of the Missouri rlvor bridges
at Omaha iast Saturday morning.
Slide-rules, notebooks and a canera
wero profusely used and somo excel
lent resulbs wero obbained. Tho
Illinois Central bridge northeast of
Omaha Is especially interesting "In
that it contains the longest swing
span in fcCo world by throe fe$t."
The following story is told
of tho Engineers who took
football game Saturday.
When tho excursion train was made
ud in Omaha ho avoided tho rush by
coming early. He seated himself on
an insido chair and reserved tho ono
next to tho window with his cnat,
his friends meant! mo wondering at
his apparently selllsh proceedure.
Presently a fair co-ed apooared at
tho upper end of tho aisle and im
mediately It was noticed that he
movea over to tho seat, next the
window. However disappointment
was his lot for tho co-ed strutted by
without oven a smile in appreciation
of his kindness. As no more co-eds
appeared In tho oar ho still had an
extra reserved seat when he reached
accurately estimate in dollars and
cents the value of so rare u collectiou
or bluck-lotter editions.
In tho Library there" are twenty
five specimens of incunabula, or
books published before .1500. .Among
these aro a copv of tho first rdltlon
of "Festive," published In 1488: a
copy of "Rico de Miroudola,"of 1408:
a beautiful edition in Latin of
"Avlcenna on Medicine," published
in Venice in 1488: a,fThomas Aquin
us" of 1489. and a., wonderful quarto
volumo Dubllshed in Nuremberg in
1483, of Bartholomus. Among other
books may be mentioned the
"Paudox of Justinian. "Lopdon. 1800,
and an "Anthology of tho Lain
Poets," published In London In 1713.
The latter is a very rare edition of
ono of the earliest anthologies.
plea that they should nut be discrim
inated against as long as they wore
devoting their time to a laudable
unlverlsty enterprise. This year they
were given no special favors.
Tho appointments as ' announced
wero as follows:
Captain Uompany B, W. P. Wallace.
First lioubonanbs Company A, S.
V. Corbelyou; Company B, J.C. Law
lerv Company C, H. C. Kendall; Co.
D, T. H. Gould.
Second lieutenants, Company C, H.
O. Crandell; Company A, A. J. Pop
perburg; Company B, G. P. Kimball;
Company D. J. T. Mllek.
Sergeant Major. CI III-Crooks. Ser
geant and Chief Musician, R. W.
1st Sergeant Company A, N. E.
The funoral of tho Iato Edmund
F. Turner '09. who died Nov. 3 from
injuries receivea In an accident at
Cedar Falls, Iowa, was held at the
family homo at Wilbor, Neb., at 3:30
last Wednesday afternoon.
Tho facts of tho acoldont aro as
follows: While engaged in superin
tending tho laying of some heavy
beams on tho new steo bndgo at
Cedar Falls, Mr. Turner slipped and
fell 18 feet to the ground below. As
a result of tno fall his right leg was
"broireimnfl Mb backnnd head ucr--
lously injured. He retained con-
umir "SaTurday nlghtr
i rinnlrlATj- 9nH enrrmnrtt. TJ fl Pnllnrrl
Among the medical works that stilly R Rloger;' 4tb
UIDU t . T-r rl -..- i... .. -.
,, guuuu, a, kj. uruu; oiu surguano. p.
remain in tho collection Is
rather raro copy of "Origep.
Paris. 1520; and the works of Hip
pocrates and Galene, published in
Paris In 1510.
The colleotion is also very rich in
bibliography $nd biography and con
tains a largo 'number of valuable an
cient and modern works.
Over half tho mon of tho Univer
sity of Wyoming oro members of tho
Y. M. C. A.
Company D, 1st Sergeant O. A.
Phillips; 2nd, A. C. Yan; 3rd, M. S.
Mather; 4th II. U. Swallow.
Company B. 1st Sergeant J. Wright;
2nd,G."H. Peters; 3rd, B. T. Hill;
4th, E. R. Walton; 5th, J. H.
, Company C. 1st Sdrgeant L. E.
Hurtz; 2nd. R. B,N Davidson; 3rd, F.
E. Hess; 4th, A. Thomas; -StU, E. E.
The physicians thought tho blow to
the head had caused a olot of blood
to oral on the brain and Sunday;
porforroeu au operation to removott.
Tho injury on tho head proved fatal.
It is supposed tho acoldont was
caused by a confusion of orders by
some of tho men while moving tho
boam. Affidavits are being taken
from the workmen to discover tho
real oauso of the accident, in order
to determine whether or not the
His parents did not receive word
of tho accident until Sunday, tho
day of his death. Mr. Turnor did
not think hlB injuries wodld result
seriously and did not wish to let his
parents kuow of tho accident.
Forecast, for xjlncoln and vlolnlty:
Weather xoport for 24 hours ending
7 pm. Monday.
Highest temperature 03 degrees, oq
ourlng at 7 pm. Sunday. '
Lowest temperature, 40 degrees,
orcuring ab 7 pm. Monday;
Mean temperature. 52; degrees,
wbl oh is 14 dcgrcesjibovo the nbrtnal.
No Precipitation. ..
G. A, LOVEliAlSD,
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