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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
k aawtpapor darotod to tbe Interest! ef tU
UnWaralty of MbraV.
robllihed at 131 North tltb St., bj
THE HESPERIAN PUB. 00.
i. W. Crabtraa, Prealdant.
J. I. Wyar, T. J. Howatt, E. W. Wwhbura.
A CONHUL.1UAT1UN Ol"
Tho Hesperian Vol. XXXI
'I liu ISuuruNlfHn Vol XI
ThoHcarlot and CrounvVol III
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H W. Hurler,
Uliun. I. '1 iiylor I
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stfoakoB, 181 N. 11th Bt., Lincoln, Nebraska.
Rntnretl nt Mm pns ofllro at I.'nroln, Neb.
us second el:RH mull matter
Tho banket-bull gwnea iD 1lio armory
Saturday evening woro a pleasing nuc-L-csa
in ovry whv. Thi ffamn with
WoRloynn wannrt cln onnugh to phow
what our men nre really eatable of do
ttier, but those who anw tho accurate
team p'ay and the nhility to hold on to
the ball, went hmo with tho opinio
that with moro practices at thoproMlf. he
foro tho end of th yenr, NebrHlra will
havo tlvn mon who will bo hard to do
Although 'ho scire stood G3 to 14
WeBlevnn poon'o havo no causo to be
nahamed of their toam. It iD tho first
year tho Hchool has really done any
thine nt the pamo, and it ict much to
their credit that thy havo pnwl for
tho priviloeo of practicing at te V. M.
(J. A. room" mul that they come nix
miles to do it. They havo tho right
spirit and go id material for a Btr nff
Tho High School put up tho snmo
stylo of fust, apgrosive athleticn for
which thov can lo dt ended uon in
all branches of athloti'P.
Til 10 VALUE OF ATHLETICS.
Tho Itinerary for our baseball team
is almost, completed.
Tho contests aro now being arrang
ed in which wo liopo that our track
team will excel this spring.
'Ji The football schedulo for next
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The Installment Tailor
115 North 11th:
Heason is evon this early vory noarly
Bottled. Thoso preliminary matters are
usually the easiest part of successful
athlotics. It is not In scheduling
gamos but in winning games that wo
nro chief y concerned. And in this
very matter of winning games, in
tho only way that hara flcrco games
can bo won, lies tho kernel and mar
row of the good in college athletics.
In ono word, it Is training.
Training means discipline and with
out hard training and stern disclplino
no man Is over mado fit.
Py hard training a man achieves
condition and this vory condition is
what has been most conspicuously
absent from our various athletic
contests of tho past. Superb spirit
und splendid crit havo been abun
dantly in ovldcnco and tboro lias
been much brilliant Individual play
but Nobraska has yet to produce an
entire team either in baseball, foot
tall or any other sport which shall
be a good example of tho finest physical
corrriition and that wonderful team J
worK which results from hard disci-1
Wo havo worked a llttlo in that
direction during the past two years
but there aro groat strides yet to be
Ono reason why athletics fill so
large a place in college life today is
becauso It is in athletics, and in some
schools in athletics alono that many
a youth gets his chief taste of that
hard training without which bo can
not bo the best man. With games
and toys in the kindergarten and tho
many ouestlonablo Trills with which
tho unduly expanded clectivo system
scorns trying to decorate tbe courses
of study in our secondary schools, It
often seems, as somo one has said,
that tho tondoncy in our oducation
Is to turn work into play and in our
athlotics to turn play into work.
This remark is Harder on tho
school than on athletics.
If out-door sports furnish, as they
sursly do, umlvaled chanco for tbe
very best physical, mental and mor
al discipline thero is loason enough
for developing them to tiie fullest
extent which will conserve theso
All students of the University of,
Nebraska who can. should be proud
and glad to enlist in this sort of
work. Ilrst, for its rare value as disci
pline and second to help us in tho at
hletic contests by bending even
power rfhloh that disclplino developes
in every, clean and honest way to
play and win. There are many stu
dents bore who could do allilotie
great good and who could be 111 u ah
benefited themselves if they would
go Into this training in earnest. 1
havo head from ono football man a
wholly mistakon excuse for not ap
pearing regularly at practice. He
said, "Oh I am strong and well. I
tako a llttlo gymnasium work all the
time and 1 am always In condition."
All vrong. Tho condition which
wins games; tho coudltlon which
brines to tho players tho maximum
or benelit is in athlotics as In every
thing elso tho hard, steady grind.
Such training is part or the lite of
the college in many schools. A man who
Bhlrks or who breaks training, loses
caato and '"queers" himself with ills
fellows. At some colleges each clas
has a committee to try and interest
promising mon lo athletics. Pell,
one of tho finest athletes over develop
ed In Iowa was induced to begin by
Huch a committee who ovecame his
indifference and misglvlnRBas to abil
ity. (Continued on lth pago
As we Said Before
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