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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1903)
Ebe H a 1 1 Hebraafean
the Daily Ilebraskan.
A frinnollrintion of
Tho UfHiMTlnn.Vol.nl, Tin NnlirnNknn, Vol. lo.
Ba-nrla't nnd C renin, Vol. 4.
John D. Ula-K
A. (1. Bchra'Iba-r
V. A. flawy rr
A. F. Book it
Oaylorat (. Ba-nna-tt
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Poat Oflti, Box in, Btutlon A, Lincoln.
HuiewrlpMani Prion, '2 per year. In a-lvanee,
KntaTiil at thai oostoflloo at Lincoln, NajbraHka
uh Havond-a'laxrt mall matter.
That three times as many tickets
hnvo been' Hold this year than over be
fore Ir a Hiibstantlal reminder (hat the
student body Ih with the football team.
We should not forget that wo will
noon have a Glee club. It Is to be
hoped that a strong organization may
be effected, as Mich a club may prove
ItH usefulness in more ways than one.
Those who have muHlcal talent should
attend the examination to be held next
week. The Glee club deserves encour
agement and everyone who Is able to
do so should lend it a helping hand.
At the rally In chapel yesterday the
speakers presented several points that
are of importance to the success of
OUR team. Theemphafllzed the fact
that the team must have the solid back
ing of tho entire student body. The
presume of every student at eveiy game
or nt as many games a they feel able
to attend. Is alone consistent with the
real meaning of college spirit The In
tent lii the team, as was strongly urged,
should be a personal one and all should
feel the sense of proprietorship If we
may be allowed the use of the term in
the team and that Its Interests are
Identical with not only their own, but
with thorn; of the University as well.
Tho students have done much, but they
can and will do more If their atten
tion can bo drawn to their duty of
supporting tho team and pushing its
Interests to the best of their ability
The schedule Is a hard one and the
team will need all of the support and
burking that can be brought to hiar
The Freshmen will soon be strug
gling In tho throes of a class- election
and the political sky is overcast with
dark and heavy louds. Various can
, didates and their supporters are ut
hand at work In moulding the opinions
of their fellow-classmen. In Fresh
men politics there Is as a rule more
activity preceding their election than
Is to be noted In any other class. Ab
usual, there Is a prospect of a warm'
tontest between a Lincoln and an
Omaha man, and the adherents of can
didates from both schools are clamor
ous In securing support for them. The
Freshman election Is always accompan
ied by an Interest and enthusiasm that
would go far toward solving tho ques
tion of college spllrll If kept up
throughout tho whole four years. But,
unfortunately, the Interest, like most
off-nprlngB of sudden and enthusiastic
inspirations. Boon fades away, until
only a comparatively few are on hand
to represent tho class at the meetings.
It is certain that the class of '07 will
be animated by the same Ideals with
which the classes of former years have
been Imbued and It is to bo hoped that
they may achieve results consistent
with their present alms and aspirations.
South Dakota Tomorrow.
An aggregation of football warriors
from South Dakota wllljlne up against
our team tomorrow, that Is Indeed
worthy of some, consideration. Accord
ing to reports coming from the north
the average weight of tho players Ib
200 pounds and If Such is the cage, they
will be no meat opponents. At tho
University of South Dakota everyone
Is enthusiastic over the prospects of
the team. But tomorrow the suport
ers of the team who Journey hither
ought to be given and doubtleBS will be
given some Idea of what genuine en
South Dakota beat us onre In the
days when conditions were shifting,
and It was a toss-up between any two
college teams in these parts, when they
mt to fight It out on tho football field.
But such catastrophe will not be re
peated tills year that Is certain. We
have every confidence that tomorrow's
game will eradicate from the minds of
the South Dakota men any lingering
Idea that they ever could beat Ne
braska There will be plenty of ex
citement and no one should miss the
fun The grandstands and bleachers
ought to be filled, as the game Is an im
portant one and may prove one of the
hardest fought on the schedule
The Famous has a fine lino of furs,
corsets, gloves and hosiery'.
SENIOR LAWS ELECT.
Choose Chief Executive and the
Other Officers for the Year.
Go to the Burr Barber Shop for first
class hair-cutting and shaving. Shan
non & Dimick. proprietors. Basement
of Burr block.
Lincoln Tank Line
Successors to C. H. Man
Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating Oil
125 No. 12th Street. Telephone 473
The Senior Laws met yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock for the purpose
of eletlng lass officers, but owing to
the football rally they suspended oper
ations anal adjourned to the chapel in
a body At 10:30 they returned to their
hall and after a few prellmlnai Ics bad
been settled, the election was on in ear
nest. The (ontest was a brisk one and
each man went Into it with a spirit
that showed ha was still suffering from
the load of enthusiasm he had borne
away with him from the chapel
The result of a quarter of an hour's
deliberations narrowed the list of can
didates down to two. E. F. Suavely of
Chilhowle. Va.. and E. F. Tanner of
Concordia, Kas. Both these men are
prominent In tho law school and had
strong backing, and the whole course
of the election was marked by
Impressive interest, which culminated
upon several occasions In oratorical
Mr. Suavely was elected. He secured
35 votes on the first ballot, while Mr
Tanner received 18. The rest were
hantteilng and the majority of otcs
favored Mr. Snavely. A general jolli
fication meeting followed, and the suc
cessful candidate delivered a rousing
r-peeih, which wan enthusiastically re-
"Judge" WellenslcU was elected vice
president and he responded to the sollc -Itatlons
of the class, promising to do
his duty as well as his conscience will
permit, which pledge the cluss accepted
as an Iron-bound guarantee.
J. M. Armstrong of Albion 'was elect
ed secretary, and E. J. Lain be of UlyB
In spite of the vigor and energy that
c hnracterlzed tho proceedings of the
meeting gooI-wlll prevailed through
out, and the Senior laws launched their
craft In the midst of a calm that dis
pels any danger of fireakers ahead.
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WASHINGTON. D. C.
The attention of ambitious
young men and women employed
during the day is directed to our
night school, the sessions of which
aTC held on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday Evenings from seven
to nine o'clock.
Term opens October 5.
Modern Commercial School
1309 O Street.
Cliucd Orriigo. Baggage. The fintit Livery In
112.'JO N St root Lincoln, Neb. .
In yesterday's play the first tourna
ment, with the exception of the llnals.
Cassady won from Roth, G-2, (5-0.
Hoar won from Golden, ti-4, 4-(i, 0-4
Mathew won from Hoar. G-4. 7-5.
The match between Cassady and
Scribner was the fastest yet played
Scrlbner won by the close score of 8-C,
The match in the Berni-finals between
Raymond and Mathewson was also
close. Mathewson winning.
Today Scribner plays Mathew, and
the winner of this match meets Math
ewson in the finals for the champion
ship. The tournament to choose the sec
ond member of the team will begin
The Co-Operative Book Company.
A H. Knutson, D. B. Gilbert, C M. Rolfson, G. E. Hendricks.
' The Student's Book Store,
Owned and operated by Students.
UNIVERSITY BOOKS and SUPPLIES
Every student should have a pennant in his room. For the
Football Games, too, they are "the right thing" We have
Pennants of all the Fraternities and make 60 different styles and
University pennants. Prices ib cents to $3.00.
CANES AND MEGAPHONES
You need a cane and megaphone for the games You can't
root properly without them. We have megaphones with
leather handle and canes in great variety at low prices.
UNI SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS.
Souvenir postal cards are all the "rage" in the East. We arc
up with the times and have in stock a set of two souvenir postal
cards with views of all the buildings. They are just tlje thing
to send your friends. Set of two, size according to U. S. postal
requirments, fine half tone work, 5 cents.
Your pen perhaps is not working just right. A slight adjust
ment may remedy this. Bring it in. we shall be glad to do
this free of cost. We also repair any make of pen at lowest
prices. The best makes, of pens in stock at all times.
EVERYBODY GOES TO THE CO-OP,
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