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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
A nowBpapor dovotod to tbo interest
of the Utalvorfllty of Nebraska.
Published at tbo
Unlvorslty of Nobraalca.
A consolidation of
THE HESPERIAN, Vol. XXXI.
THE NEBRASKAN, Vol. XII.
THE BOARLET & CREAM, Vol IV.
Entered at the poatofllco at Lincoln,
Nob., as second class mail matter .
Bubflcriptic Price $2.00 per year.
Managing Editor Robert T. Hill.
News Editor John F. Tobln.
AdvertlHlng Manager P. P. Duffy.
R. A. McNown.
Wm. A Shock.
Carlton C. Wilburn.
C. C. McCunc.
J. I). Rice.
John R. Render.
E. F. Davis.
A. I. Myers.
Circulator Fred K. Nielsen.
Ofilce Second floor Main hall.
Postofflce Address, Station A, Box 13.
Kansas men put up a strong
The nun who won the game came
out with baldly a scratch.
The .layhawkers' band was provided
with plenty of wind for the occasion.
The Kansas yell Is a good one. They
brought enough people along to make
Knox will -have to hurry next Satur
day, if what the Kansas players say
The rooters In Nebraska aie not yet
will organized, they will hae to work
The crowd is managed very satis
factorily since the urandstand has a
si uarate entrance.
Some people seem to think that the
best place to see a football game is
fiom the windows oi the library or
The hearts of those Nebraska people
who didn't know It was a fluke, went
down in their boots when Kansas made
the long run.
The new electric sign on University
hall is one of the best ideas, of this
season. The only work necessary In
the construction has been to change
the numbers above and leave the 0 re
main. General Corbln In his annual report
to the secretary of war recommends the
restoration of the army canteen, as it
existed prior to the passage of the
act of Feb. 2, 1901. He believes the
old exchange contributed to the so
briety, health and contentment of the
men and attributes the increase In de
sertions and other infractions of disci
pline to the abolition of the army
canteen. At present the men are ex
posed to the temptation of saloons that
are beyond the control of the military
A pleasing feature of the Sophomore
hop was the lack of disturbance on tin
part of the other classes. The chair-
man and master of ceremonies were
not molested and there was not attempt
made to mar the pleasure of the even
ing. The affair wos a decided contrast
to the Sophomore party of lost spring,
where Juniors and Freshmen combined
to abduct Sophomores, and Introduced
Into the armory a distinct chemical
laboratory odor. Class spirit can be
shown without rowdyism.
The Dally Iowan has the proper sen
timent when It Bays: "There may come
a time when the lamb and lion will
lie down together and Freshmen and
Juniors will make war no more. Class
spirit, however, should not die with the
old barbarous customs."
Nebraska people In the grandstand
will have to be taught some patriot
ism. Many In the grandstand who are
the most closely Identified with the
college life, noticed how the university
Hag and band was not recognized.
When the (lag comes before the crowd.
It is the duty of every man to rise to
his feet and remove his hat. The
fairer element can not remove their
hats, but they can show some signs of
It Is a ridiculous spec tacle to see one
side of the field, the rooters, greet the
colors and band, and the other side re
main passive. The trouble lies, of
course, In the fact that th" reserved
scat crowd is more disinterested. There
are more foreigners to the university
there and the difficulty lies in educat
ing them to follow out certain prac
tices. However, the students must ob
serve some patriotism. As long as they
do not act as leaders and as capable
ones, nothing can come of rooting and
patriotism in the mixed part of the
The spirit shown by the members of
tlie Michigan team is wot thy of emula
tion by anyone who hopes to succeed.
The following extracts from a report
of Satui day's game show how the
Michigan men play football:
"Owing to Yost's absence Michigan
players were more anxious than ever
to pile up a big si ore, and the coach
has now the satisfaction of knowing
that his pupils have piled up over 1, ()()()
points since he ame here last year.
"Today's score is the largest one any
big college ever made on another and
it makes Michigan beat its own record
on storing of la.M year. It makes Mln-
ncsota's ;:i to 0 against the same team
"The Michigan men tired out long
before the game wan finished on ac
count of so much punting, but they
kept at it and fought for every huh
just as if it was a nothing to nothing
game. Their suits were soaking wet
from perspiration at the end of the
game, and they probably lost six or
eight pounds to the man from the se
Muslc at Convocation.
Mr. Oelschlagel's violin recital at
com oration Friday made a decided
hit with university people. The at
tendance was unusually large, but the
musician showed the skill of the
artist in awakening and holding the
sympathies of the entire audience,
which expressed its appreciation by
Mr. Oelschlagel has been touring the
country with concert companies, com
ing here from Germany. He is a friend
of Professor Pfitzner of the i'niversity
School of Music.
The program was as follows:
Song of Joy, Schnecker, University
Violin solo "Elegle," Spohr; "Ser
enade," Schubert (Remenyi); "Rhap
sodic," Hawser; Mr. Oeschlagel.
Palladlan Literary Society.
An unusually large number of mem
bers and visitors attended the regular
program of the Palladian society last
Friday evening. Mr. Ughtner's paper
on "Negro Superstitions," wos instnu
tive and interesting. Miss; Mnssetter
rendered a well received vocal num
ber. Miss Walker gave a violin solo,
accompanied by Mr. Cochiane, and re-'
sponded to a hearty encore. The so
cial time following was as pleasant and
Informal as usual. In the business
meeting it was decided to take three
pages In the Junior Annual.
A tinner liv 'ro pkkoi' a nrac wiih
published l;i the 'Electrical World And
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Newton Booth Tarklngton. the au
thor of" The Gentleman From Indi
ana" and Monsieur Deaucaire," has
just been elected to the Indiana legis
lature from Indianapolis. Mr. Tark
ington ran ahead of his ticket.
The Unlveisity of Illinois Is to re
ceive a gift of on automatic spur one!
bevel gear cutting msichlne, with a full
set of cutters, the whole equipment to
co-t $1.(i()(i. tl will be presented by
Mrs. Mary Adams Carr, of Chicago, in
memory of her deceased brother, who
graduated from the university in 189(5.
"Dusty" Rhodes, the crack shoit stop
of lost year's baseball team, is em
ployed as timekeeper at the II. &. M.
shops in McCook. Mr. Rhodes played
on the McCook ball team last summer.
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