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The Daily Nebraskan.
2. NO. 38.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1902.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
READY f OR THE KANSAIMS
Varsity Team Goes Through Good
Other Football Com
ment, Half nn hour's work laHt night
netted the 'varsity two touchdowns
against the scruhs. Mickel scored the
first on a straight line buck and Foll
mer went down the field for sixty
yards, scoring the second. The scrubs
were by no means slow in iheir play
and very nearly crossed their oppon
ents' goal again. linger went through
the line and around the end for big
gains, but the ball was lost on downs
and the scrimmage ended with the ball
in the possession of the 'varsity on
their own five-yard line. The specta
tors were enthusiastic in their sup
poit of the scrubs, an evidence that
their work is appreciated. Tobin
played their le"ftlackle and Eager the
left half. Bill Johnson was not out.
For the past week the scrubs have
been lined up in open formation. This
is the play used almost entirely by
Kansas and its use by the Bcrubs en
ables the 'varsity to become accus
tomed to It.
9 All of the first squad appeared for
practice with the exception of "Chick"
Shedd, who Is sick in bed and will be
unable to appear In tomorrow's game.
HIa end will be played by Follmer.
Benedict and Ringer were out again
and in good condition. Engelhart is
rapidly recovering from the effects of
Saturday's game and will be able to
play. Follmer received an injury In
last night's practice, but it Is nothing
The Jayhawkcrs will arrive in the
city tonight at f:4fi over the Burling
ton. Although somewhat disheartened
by the result of the Haskell game, they
are by no means discouraged and will
go into the game with the idea of
holding the score down as low as pos
sible. The team ihat made an unex
pected score against Nebraska last
year may have some new surprises in
store for the Cornhuskers and it is safe
to predict the gamo will by no means
be a walk-away.
Comparison of scores Is an uncertain
way of determining the strength of a
team, as was evident In the case of
Missouri, Nebraska and the Indians,
but It might bo mentioned that Kansas
held Knox down to a lower scoro than
did Northwestorn, and it may be that
wo will have a closer game tomorrow
than on Thanksgiving.
Mention was made In one of yester
day's paper that there was talk of dis
banding the Northwestorn team. There
is no valid basis for such a rumor and
Jt ought not to bo circulated through
out tho state. It might Influence the
people from out of town who expect to
attend that game.
Northwestern, as a member of the
"big nine," could not afford to dis
band her team. Such an action would
result In her expulsion from the "big
nine" conference, and it would have a
disastrous effect on footba'l at Evan
ston in future seasons. It would take
a long time to wipe out the disgrace of
such an unsportsmanlike act.
Moreover, it should be remembered
that Nebraska ha.i guaranteed North
western fifteen hundred dollars for the
Thanksgiving game, and the Evanston
management will not let tl.ls money
slip out of her hands.
When anything happens which will
result in our not being able to play
our schedule the people will be ac
quainted with the facts Immediately.
All idle rumors ought not to be given
Kansas Excursion Tomorrow.
News has arrived from Kansas to
the effect that a large crowd is coming
up Saturday to cheer the Jayhawkers.
The Kansas management has se
cured a three-dollar rate for the round
trip, and football enthusiasts will take
advantage of it. The several fraterni
ties are planning to send large delega
tions. Our old rival, therefore, will
not be without support when the two
teams meet on Nebraska field.
Kansas has tho proper spirit and is
determined to make a good showing
against her husky opponents. If the
presence of large numbers of her sup-
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porters will be of service we may ex
pect great things from our southern
neighbor in Saturday's contest. More
over, it will be a pleasure to hear
the K. U. yell given by a respectable
crowd of rooters.
Scrubs vs. Bellevue.
Tho second eleven will play Bellevue
College Saturday. The scrubs de
feated tho Omaha Medics two weeks
ago by the scoro of 1G to 0, and they
aro confident of winning tomorrow's
The men who will take tho trip are:
HIckol, left guard; Lemon, right
guard; Scott, right tackle; Walton,
left tackle; Hutchins or Johnson, left
end; Conkllng, right end; Morse,
quarter; Marsh, right half; Meyers,
left half; Hummel and Englehart, full
Tho Juniors and Sophomores will
meet on the gridiron November 18.
The receipts will go to tho college set
tlement. Election returns show that Chauncoy
Warner of Waverly, '99, who was for
merly prominent In university debat
ing circles, has been elected represen
tative from his homo district.
University Club of Teachers Mold
Their First Meeting Alms
of the Organiza
tion. The Pedagogical club of the univer
sity met last night for the first time
in U. 210, at 7:30 o'clock.
The club is an organization of stu
dents of tho university who are taking
the teachers' course and who will be
eligible to take the state teachers' cer
tificate either at the mid-winter com
mencement or next June. For the
past five years Nebraska has Issued
these certificates which are good for
life after the recipient has taught
school for three years. From the
University of Nebraska about 200 have
taken these certificates and success has
come to them In a remarkable degree.
Nebraska was ono of the very first
to Introduce such a system. When
the state certificates were first Issued
only two other states gave to their
teachers anything of the sort, but now
practically all have followed the ex
ample and Issue these certificates.
It Is the idea of prominent educators
to make the state certificates recogniz
able throughout all the states and to
give to tho profession of teaching a
dignity that it does not now enjoy.
With this in view, the pedagogical
clubs of tho different states are mak
ing an effort to bring about, by co
operation with each other, a universal
recognition of state certificates.
Tho Pedagogical club of Nebraska is
now a permanent organization and
meets twice each year, In mid-winter
and In June. The university club,
however, cannot bo called a branch of
tho larger society because Its mem
bers aro not holders of life certificates,
it is, nevertheless, closely In touch
with tho teachers throughout tho state
and hopes to benefit its members by Its
wide Influence. Further than this, its
object Is for mutual Improvement and
social good. The meetings will occur
every month when prominent men will
speak on leading questions In educa
tional thought. A rather large crowd
attended last night, which 1b probably
merely a nucleus of what the society
will become by the end of tho school
Tho Union will render tho following
program tonight, to which everyono Is
Instrumental Miss Donelson
Sketches Miss Hurley
Cantata Miss Meter
Reading Miss Brown
Reading Mr. Harrison
Delian Musical Program.
Tho Delian Literary society meets
tonight at 8 p. m. In the old chapel.
The following musical program will bo
Piano solo Selected
Miss Flossie Do Arnold.
Vocal solo "Night Time"
Van do Water
1 lano solo Valso Caprice, op. 10
Miss JosbIc Emerlck.
Vocal solo "Violets" Woodman
Miss Jennie Morrow.
Violin solo "Cantalena" Bohm
MIbs Elva Walker.
Vocal solo "The Red, Red Rose"
Mrs. Frank Rector
Piano solo "Marcho Mllltalre"..
Miss Aeone Paxton.
Vocal solo "Romeo and Juliette"
Miss Constance Lell I.oucks.
The Medical Society.
The MedlcB held their usual meeting
last evening and after a half hour of
thorough quiz work Dr. Llllie, a new
member of tho university faculty, and
a graduate of Harvard, was introduced
and told in a very interesting manner
the way in which medicine is taught
at his alma mater.
He dwelt on the high standard of the
school by its requiring a degree for
entrance, yet there Is thoroughness
with which they denl with minor de
tails. The speaker gave In part tho
way In which different branches aro
taught, which was very Interesting as
well as Instructive to the society.
After tho address tho society held
a short business meeting to decide up
on pins for the medical school, but no
definite action was taken. The design
of the pin will be decided at tho next
Emory Stanley was chosen as corre
spondent to tho Pulse, the publication
of the School of Medicine at Omaha.
Tho year's drill In debate began yes
terday afternoon when arguments by
four members of English 13 afforded
texts for criticism by Professor Cald
well and Professor Fogg. The debate,
which was on tho recognition of the
coal miners' union, unexpectedly af
forded an example of how easy it Is,
though special caro bo taken to pre
vent it, for opponents to fall to meet
squarely. Several visitors were pres
ent to hear to arguments and the
Requests for assayers have been re
ceived lately by the chemical depart
ment from Colorado and New Mexico.
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