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THE DAILY NEBRASKA
The Daily NebrasR&n
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A newBpapfr devoted U th 1nteretl
of the University of Nebraska.
Published at tho
University of Nebraska.
A consolidation, of
' THE HB8tBRIAN. Vol. XfcXl.
THB NBBRABKAN, Vol. XII.
THE SCARLET ft CREAM, Vol IV.
Bntored at tho postofUce at Lincoln,
Nob., as second class mall matter .
Subscription Price $2.00 par year.
EDITOR, ROBERT T. HILL.
Circulator1 Fred K. Nollson.
Advertising Manager P. P. Duffy.
R. A. McNovrn.
Win. A Shock.
Carlton C. Wllburn.
Office Basement University Hall.
Postofllce Address, Station A, Box 13.
The Week's Convocations.
Tho following Is the program for
convocation hour for tho ensuing
Thursday, Oct. 9 Football mass
Friday, Oct. 10 Muslcale.
Monday, Oct. 13 Hon. J. H. Mickey,
republican candidate for governor.
It Is pleasant to note tho Increase in
attendance at educational Institutions
throughout the land. This is especial
ly true of universities. From Michi
gan, Leland Stanford, Ohio, Oregon
and many other Institutions in all
purtB of the country, comes tho report
that the registration far exceeds that
of any previous year. Our own uni
versity has a largor attendance than
Theso facts show that the state uni
versity Is now almost universally con
sidered tho most prominent factor in
modern education. It haB become the
ambition of boys and girls In the high
schools to enter the university. Tho de
sire to attend a local college or secular
school Is yearly diminishing. Parents
realize that their children have better
advantages for a broad education at a
cosmopolitan Institution than at a
With roference to the University of
Nebraska, it Is to be hoped that the
people of the state and the members of
the legislature may be brought to a
realization of the fact that the univer
sity Is a large school and destined to
become larger; that every department
Is crowded, making improvements Im
perative, and that the amount of
money in the treasury is small.
A larger appropriation is necessary
for now buildings and equipments and
it must be secured if our university is
to hold Its own with the other uni
versities of the land.
Tho Seniors who graduate at the
mid-year commencement, have decided
not to secure an annual.
William Thornbury. '02, holds a po
sition as principal of the city schools
at Homer, La. He will read a paper
at the meeting of the state teachers'
association, which will soon convene
at Baton Rouge.
Students, especially those whov expect
to attend the Congregational church
this year, are cordially invited to a
reception In the church parlors Friday
evening from 8 to 10 o'clock. Refresh
ments will be served.
Under this hedd the wants of tho
students Will bo cafe for daily. Have
you lost anything? Have you found
anything? Have you anything to'dls
pose of? If bo, Inform the advertising
manager, 326 So. 11th, or apply to
"Dally Nebraskan" office.
Flvo cents a line will be charged
for each insertion.
LOST Somewhere about the univer
sity campus, a Vassar Glee club pin.
Finder please leave it with Miss Mabel
Stevens, or nt the "Daily" office.
Nebraskn's men are Inrnky and Ne
braska's men are gay ;
Nebraska's got a football team that
has a walkaway;
Nebraska's score Ib mighty and we'll
do It every day,
The 8carlet and the Cream.
Glory, Glory to Nebraska,
Glory, Glory to Nebraska,
Glory, Glory to Nebraska,
The Scarlet and the Cream.
Tune: "Talo of the Kangaroo."
Grlnnell men may bo shifty
Grlnnell men may be true,
But If anyone should ask you
Just tell'em they'll soon be blue.
For they are up against It
When they meet Nebreska's men
They will go back to old Grlnnell
And they won't came here again.
They may think they are players,
And that they know the game;
But when they strike our forwards
They'll find its not the same,
And when they trythonr end runs
Or think to buck the line,
They'll find that In Nebraska
We've got tho game down fine.
Tune: "Hot Time."
Rah! Rah! Rah! Nebraska's got the
Rah! Rah! Rah' Just see old Grln
When we hit that line there'll be no
line at all;
There'll bo a hot time In Lincoln to
night. Wow! Wow! Wow! Grlnnell has got
Wow! Wow! Wow! They can't keep
It at all,
For when we hit their line their
wooden men will fall;
There'll be a hot time in Lincoln to
night. Rah! Rah! Rah! But Grlnnell men
They have had their day, but they
won't have any more;
We have crossed their line, but they
cannot make a score;
There'll be a hot time In Lincoln to
night. The annual meeting of the state su
perintendents' and principals' associa
tion will be held in the nrt gallery of
the university October 1G ,17 and 18.
Among other discussions by prominent
educators of the state, the following
question will be dealt with by Prof.
Caldwell: "May not the university,
or college, now safely matrlculato a
pupil merely on presentation of four
years' credit from an accredited school,
without any specification of subjects?"
The question is one of vital Importance
to many, as the adoption of such a
measure as it suggests would mean a
complete change In the present system
of classifying schools.
Oollego Settlement, from Page I.
tors. Will you riot serlondly consider
the advisability of making your an
nual contribution tp the College Set
tlement In this way'. We want to sell
tickets to 1,000 students today. The
fact that the managers have been of
fered a handsome sum for their
"chnnce" on this lecture, and the num
ber of Inquiries that are received con
cerning tickets indicate that the people
of the city are deeply Interested In
this lecture and that tho demand for
Beats will be unprecedented.
Send In your orders at once.
Auditorium, Friday evening, Oct. 24,
price. 60 cents. i
Play in the tennis tournament in
progressing rapidly under most fa
vorable circumstances. The courts
have dried nicely and are now in al
most perfect condition. The game be
tween Mudge and Tyner yesterday was
the hardest fought battle. Mudge plays
a smashing game and at times made
some very brilliant plays. He has
been out of training for some time,
however, and did not have sufficient
staying qualities. Tyner won by good
head work, placing his balls carefully,
so as to keep Mudge running and even
tually wore him out. This victory puts
Tyner In the semi-finals. The results
today were as follows:
Lehraer won fromMcCune by de
fault. HunBO won from Lehmer, 6-1, 6-1.
Bovee won from Kaar, 4-6, 7-5, 7-5.
Mudge won from Huntington, 9-7,
Tyner won from F. Wright, 6-1, 6-2.
C. Wright won from Hiltner, 6-2, 6-2.
Catlln won from Sweeley, 6-2, 6-2.
Tyner won from Mudge, 6-4, 10-8.
Peters won from Reed, 6-1, 6-2.
College Settlement Boys.
The boy's club at the college settle
ment will give an entertainment at
the settlement house Friday evening
for the benefit of the club. Professor
Laurence Fossler has consented to
give his lecture on "A Vacation Tour
In Europe," at this time.
The club now has a membership of
thirXy-Blx and new members .are com
ing In every meeting. It has been nec
essary to divide the club into two
groups and assign certain evenings to
each group for use of game rooms. The
boys have taken a great Interest In
the club meetings which occur once a
An experienced man direct from the
factory will measure you for a uniform at the
armory, 9 a. m. to 1 2 noon, and 2 p. m to 6 p.nt
The uniform at the right price the One at $12.25.
week and would throng tho game
rooms every night If iSerrflltted. The
boy's club work Is in tho Immediate
charge of Mr. Harry E. Ponton.
It IS now planned to start several
evening classes for boys at the settle
ment. Mr. Poston will have a class In
hlBtory and one In I&ntfnage and MTss
Glover has consented to take a classfr
Mr. Prevey Is anxious to secure a
teacher for whittling. The basement
rooms whore the manual training work
Is to be done are not yet finished but
a small class In whittling could be con
ducted in the upper rooms until the
basement is finished. Tho boys are
Impatient to have the work begin and
it is thought that some work to keep
their hands bUBy would be tho best
means of subduing the noisy play
which Bome of them Indulge In around
the settlement house.
$35.00 to - $50.00.
STEVENS & NEVILLE'S
New Location Is at
1330 O Street.
Pool an1 Billiards in connection.
121 North Hth. - Phone f 1050.
Caterers for Lunches and Banquets.
Open all night. Meals 15 cents
1238 O street. Now is the time to
secure good pictures before the
rush begins. Special attention
given to students. Prices that are
right. To be convinced call and
see for yourselves, at above sjudio.
DR. G. W. MASTERS.
1232 O STREET.
EDWARD CERE & CO.
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