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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBBASKAN
1 Bawiptpor dorotoilto the Interest! of tht
University of Nnbmdkn.
Published at 134 North 11th St., by
TUE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crnbtree, President.
O. L. Towno, Bocretnry-Trodturer.
J. I. Wyer, T. J. Ilewott, E. W. Washburn.
JTHKI.INO H .McCaTT
&KOKOB P. SlIIDLER
- Athletic Editor
R. C. Pollnrd. Clifton Crter,
NorrlR nuM, R. T Hill,
J. R. Farnej, Cliff Crooks
John A. Wilson, Linn M Huntington.
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Entered at the post ofllco at Ii ncoln. Neb.
is Het'ond class mall matter
The University ran congratulate
itsell on tlio success of the past seas
ou of l'oohall. dnA Its most clllcieul
uliletlc, hoard, on Its coach, on Its
manager, and on Its most worthy
It appcrs that we have linally
reached the sought for place among
representative colleges ol the country
add partlcualarly the middle west.
What is more surprising, Is that this
has been accomDlisued in two vears.
We look hack with shame to t,w
years ago when the athletic board
loiiutl it necessary to call specs. 1
chancl meetings, and there, beg the
students lor their co-operation and
incidentally some cash.
Within two years this is changed
and there Is moru'y and more money
lett with the athletic hoard. Two
years ago there- was scarcely any en
thusiasm, il any at all, while today
though there is lar from a super
abundance ol it, yet it Is far I mm
These new conditions arc gaud lux
1 he, UnUersitv. first, in that the stu
dents are beginning to be. more
patriotic, and stand up for llielr
Alma Mater; Kecond, it brings the
laculty and student, body together
more closely; third, It gives us
a higher standing in our own state
and in addition raised the University
in the estimat i )n ol our rivals to
t he K.-ist, :md West.
Now that we have come to the first
realization ol our hopes. It is not for
ns to lay back and say '"wehave none
it now, auti there Is no more to do."
but with an enthusiasm which shall
mount still Higher and a love for the
University more Increased, there Is
still something to add and something
to 'e g lined.
Manager Cowgiil deserves to lie
commended for the masterful way in
which lie has handled tho finances of
the pruiicut football season. Especial
credit snoild ne given niin for the
splendid dinlomacy which secured for
tho student body tho exceedingly low
rates tu the Minnesota and Omaha
games. The rate which he succeeded
In netting In the tormer case has pro
bably nevei been equaled In foot
ball circles This season has been
tho most sticcesstul ono Nebraska has
over experienced and a great part ol
this success is due directly to Mr.
Tho lack of enthusiasm at tho foot
ball rally last Wednesday was decided
ly noticeable. Tho fact that there
was no regular chairman was the
causo ol most of It. Tho squaci lead
ers wero not all In their places and
tho band had little backing when it
struck ud the songs. The Dally
would suggest that hercafcr a iegular
chairman bo selected before hand by
those who call the rallies. Professor
Caldwell deserves praise for the man
ner in which ho conducted things
for he hao nothing to start with but
an audlenco and the band.
'J UK CHANCELLOR.
Continued from pnijo 1.;
than it used to be. The teachings "f
the master were disagreed to m somo
cases bv the Disciples, but thev lived
and noted as tar as they could, ac
cording to what they did understand
and havo thus strengthened li's
teachings. When .lesus lived the
world was morally and spiritually
dead. "J ofiis was an Innovator. lie
canio after a period of darkness and
he stands out as a rising sun alter
the darkest night.
"Evcrv"onc should read the Bible
and study It for themselves before
they come to final conclusions about
it. The new version should be es
pecially read. There is- nothing In
science, philosophy ir in literature to
warrant tho hypotchsis that one
should not believe in Christianity or
believr In Cod ana in the Christian
JOK HOOMKR APPOINTED TO
I'll I LI I'll NE SCHOOLS.
The many friends of .1. V. Boomer
will be glad ' 'to know that he has
been appointed to a position as in
structor in English in the depart
ment ol Dbulic instruction of the
1'hiliipliie Islands at a salary of
$1,200 a sear. Hoth the department
and Mr. Mourner are to be congratu
lated. PROFESSIONALISM HA RUED
At, tno conference of faculty renre-
sentatives of inter-colleglate colleges
last Friday in Chicago, a step was
marie toward the abolishing of nro
tesslonalism in colrfW athletics. The
folio vvim; rule was passed:
"Nn student; Is eligible to comnero
orfa college teaip who plavs in so
called amateur, semi-professional or
professional baseball games where
.ate money is charged, or where
pri'vs, premiums or purses are
The use or the word 'jilav." the
members of the committee tlmiL'ht
would be taken to mean that the rule
covered only such affairs as might
happen and did not refer to any ac
tion that might have been taken by
any student In the past.
It .vas voted to discourage as far as
possible prologed absences from col
leges on tours, it being tho opinion
of the members or the committee
that it would not lie advisable for
leans to be gone a, long time frum
t heir roll euros.
Professor Waldo of Purdue college
was reelected arbiter for the ensuing
The bicvele event was dropped from
all the programs or college athletic
meets in the luture.
A rule was passed that the limit
or Tour years in colleue athletics be
yond which a student Is not eligible
to contest, means four years In the
aggregate, and not four years on any
Tho Juniors of Mlchiizan recently
held a big smoker.
ISow that tho football season with
Its attendant excitement has passed,
tho students havo tho opportunity of
settling down Into a more even ana
exacting courso of action for the
remainder or tho year. It cannot
but bo admitted that tho fall season
has a tendency to mako ono a trllie
noglectrul or his or her studies. Mut
tho ending of the season will cause
more personal application on the stu
dent's part and moro attention to
stulics and class affairs.
May bo disinterested,
Will interest you.
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Will Reed Dii'imv. now with the
Sioux Cltv Tribune, spent Sunday
visiting friends in the city. Mr Dun
roy Is an old University man and
once wrote poetry and other things
for the Nenraskan. Ills new book
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autographed by him while In the city.
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