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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, J903.
ARE ALL ON EDGE
Team Is jn Good Shape for this
The practice lost night being the
lost one before the game, wo short and
light Aftor a few preliminaries In
punting, the team was lined up for a
Bhort and snappy signal practlco. whloh
was all the work that was given them.
The men aro In excellent condition
with tho exception of two. Bender Is
nureing a sprained anklo. but tho in
Jury Ib rapidly Improving and he will
be in the gamo today, for a while
Rt least, until tho metal of tho oppo
nents has been tested.
Cotton 1b having troublo With a
bruised sldo, but will also bo In the
game today. Ho has boon giving
It all tho nocesHary caro during tho
week and It Ib hopod ho will not bo
hampered with It tomorrow.
Although, as has been beforo stated,
nothing definite rogardlng the South
Dakota team Ib known, atlll a general
feoling of hopefulness and assurance
pervades tho atmosphore. The boys all
feel that thoy are capablo of handling
the northerners, but expect and hopo
for a good game.
Tho South Dakota team stayed ovor
night In Omaha and will arrlvo In
Lincoln about 10 6'clock this morning.
"Thoy say thoy aro big " "Thoy y
thoy aro speedy.' Dut as some one
vory aptly sold: "They say too
mufch But wo know that thoro is an
oseenco of truth In what "thoy say."
and that tho visiting team Is composed
of no pigmies.
We nood you out today. This
means "YOU." Tho team needs all tho
support It can havo from tho student
body. Thoro aro to bo two rooting
squads and bo euro and boo that your
name Is on tho list of ono of them.
Theso squads aro to bo glvon tho cliolco
of seats on tho oast bleachors, in tho
vory center of th flold, bo that thoro
will bo no doubt that thoy will all boo
tho game No ono will bo allowed a
place in oltbor of theso squads who
has not a megaphone. What Is want
ed Is noise, concentrated, directed and
"all-togcthor" noise. Thoro Is nothing,
which adds moro to tho enthusiasm of
a game or gives more encouragement
to tho playorB than a good, systematic
rooting Bquad. Como out and help.
I NEBRASKA vs. SOUTH DAKOTA
Nebraska Field, TODAY, 3 P.M.
Admission 5oc. Reserved seats on sale at the Co-Oo f
and Uni Book Stores and at Harley's.
A CLASS HISTORY
Material Being Compiled for a
The scrubs were lined up for prac
tlco last night alter tho "VarBlty had
loft tho flold.
Booth, Drain, Crandall and Wstovor
former tho opposing force and gavo
tho boys all thoy wanted. It was ex
cellent practlco for tho team, as It gavo
thorn an Idea of what tho 'Varsity will
do to them after these coaches have
whipped them into tho form thoy had
Tho second team Is tho strongest
that has over boon produced. This ar
goes well, for a next year's team and
also for substitutes for tho first team
Ono of tho features of tho early part
of tho practice last night was tho punt
ing of Benedict and Boll. Theso men
heed no Introduction to tho football
lovers of tho University. Both havo
made enviable reputations for thorn
solves In the punting lino and It Is safe
to say tho team will not find any op
ponents who will out-class them In this
We regret that we can not publish
tho line-up for South Dakota but we
wore unablo to socuro It. Como out
this afternoon and see tho men for
yourselves and bring Ringer with you.
Sam's Cafe The only place In tho
city to get the famous Little Gem hot
waffles. Special service for ladles.
Y. M. C. A. Mass Meeting.
A mass meeting of tho Y. M. C. A.
was held last night from 7 to 8 in honor
of -Mr Will I.ockwood of Omaha, who
Ib on his way to Shanghai, China,
whore ho Is to bo secrotary of tho city
association. Burdotto Lewis opened the
meeting, stating thorn woro a fow va
cancies In tho Y. M C. A. cablnot
which might bo filled at this mooting.
Mr. Borg roprcsontlng tho nominating
committee proposed tho name of Prof.
Stuff for a member of tho advisory
board; J C. Moore, recording secrotary,
and L. C Zoock, treasurer, all of whom
woro eloctod by unanimous voto.
Mr. Lewis then introduced Mr. Lock
wood, who gavo a vory oarnost talk,
calling attention to the greatness of tho
work represented by tho association
and the World's 8tudont Christian fed
eration, and to the far greater flold for
work In tho Orlont. To bo a worker In
this movomont Bhould bo regarded as
a privilege and an honor, and whnt
over a man's vocation In tho future ho
can alwayB feel bo has had a port In
a movomont which merits tho best
support a man can givo. Ho would
havo mon consider earnestly tho pppor
funlty for Writ' fn Ihis flold. I P.
Balloy, tho stato general secretary,
Chancellor Andrews and Dean Ringer
woro called on and each gnve a short
talk, emphasizing what Mr. lxckwood
had said In regard to tho Christian
movomont in forolgn lands. Tho moot
ing was full of spirit and Interest clear
through. Tho matter of tho 11.000 bud
got was takon up and from all Indica
tions It appoars will bo entirely wiped
off tho hooka this year. Chancellor An-
drowB callod special attention to tho
well organized condition of tho asso
ciation this year and Us bright future
in tho now Tomplo Building. Tho
mooting closed promptly at 8 o'clock.
The encampment at Fort Riley, KaB.,
this month, will be of moro than pass
ing interest to tho cadet battalion from
tho fact that Bomo of its mombers may
havo to participato. Wo understand
thnt Ray Dwyer and B. J. Richards of
Company D, and several others are
members of tho 1st Nebraska National
juard, which will be a part of the
third brigade under the command of
General Barry. 10,000 regulars and 5,
000 stato troops will take part In the
encampment, which will begin Octobor
15 and close tho 27th.
Word has been received from former
Major Hall, of tho battalion, who Is
now a cadot at West Point attondlng
tho national military academy. Major
Hall reports a gratifying measure of
buccosb In his work and expresses hlm
Bolf delighted with a academy as a
Classos In military tactics ret fQr'--flrst
time last night. First ana Second
semester classes are coqducted as thoy
wore last year. Third sonicator .men
art under the direct'' qmirge pf Captain
ChftBO. who will conduct a aortas of
lectures, Instead of using texts.
Tho porraancnt rolls of tho battalion
havo been made out. Tho battalion Is
at presont larger than ovor before,
numbering 498 men, In addition to tho
band, which numbers 41 pieces.
Don Cameron's lunch counter for
Mr II W. mm in tun co ib now at
tho head of tho business education de
partment of tho Lincoln High School.
Since leaving hero ho has studied at
Chicago and Wisconsin Universities,
and was for ono yoar connected with
tho department of statistics at Wash
ington Mr Qualntanco has completed
IiIh doctor's thesis, "Tho Influence of
Farm Muchlnery," and will soon take
his examinations for Mb Ph. D. at Wis
Guard mount will commonco the mld
dlo of noxt month. One small guard of
old mon will bo formed each evening
until tho routine has boon moro firmly
J. A. Barrett, of tho Historical socl
oty Is now ongagod in gathering and
classifying a mass of material from
which h hopes to ovolvo a class his
tory dating back to 187G, and perhaps
previous to that date. Tho society
ha In Its possession an lmmonso
amount of matorlal In tho way of pho
tographs, programs, Invitations, rollcs,
and many other articles of Intoroat. In
addition to this It has access to a largo
collection owned by Miss Ellon Smith,
lato registrar, whlh is not only com
plete, but has been takon care of and
Ib In excollont condition.
Mr. Barrett Is secretary of tho Alum
ni Assocllatlon, and has boon Interested
In this matter for somo time. During
tho Bummer, with tho assistance of
Miss Bullock ho classified MIbs Smith's
Both sots of material aro arranged In
pamphlet holders, ono being labelled:
"Class History," and tho other, "Tho
Ellen 8mlth Collection," and both aro
dated from '76 to '0?.
Mr. Barrett says that only a begin
ning has been made and that tho work
Is yet In Its Infancy. Tho posslblll-
- i afforded are great and thoro aro
man; (rpm which material may
be drawn. h ,,'m from Sonlor
dOWn to Freshman. "' "' ntrihntn
("something toward this "collection. " iu
this way the history may bo made com
prehensive and complete and at tho
samo tlmo bo kopt up to date. Tho
class history will bo kopt In tho fire
proof vault, and being augmented year
by year, will furnish valuable refer
ence matorlal for many years to como.
Tho non-commlaslonod officers of tho
battalion who havo not boon appointed
already will bo announced early next
Tho art department has received
some plaster casts of famous Btatuary
from Germany. A,mong them la a re
production of '.'Tho Discus Hurler."
Tho class In BUgar chemistry, under
Professor Nicholson, will start on their
semester's work Monday next.
The students In American history 3
report a scarcity of reforenco books on
tho library Bhelves. In Borne Instances
where there woro two and three books
on one subject last year, only one re
Grlfllo Jay, who attended the Univer
sity In 1901 and 1902, has received much
commendation for IiIb sketching at the
Chicago Art Institute, where ho has
boon studying art for tho past two
Mr. V. A. Harvey, who. has been em
ployed in the weather department, Is
to resign the first of November. Mr.
O. D. Stuart will fill the vacancy.
Tho mathematical seminar meets tho
first Saturday of each month during
tho school year at 7:30 In room M. 302.
Tho following Ib tho program for the
meeting of October 3:
1. Conolatlon of mathematics and
physics in secondary schools. (Present
ed at tho Chicago meeting of science
teachers, March, 1903.) Miss Edith
2. Notes on tho construction of Poly
hodra. Miss Laura Puffer.
3. Pearson's "Organic Conolatlon of
Characteristics not quantitatively mea
surable.' Dr. C. C. Engborg.
ROBT. E . MORITZ, Socy.
Twenty-flvo young women room at
tho Conservatory this yoar.
Mr. Carder la the now secretary of
tho College of Music.
Mrs. Raymond Is now at the head
of tho vocal department of tho conservatory.
Mr. Kimball, of tho College of Music,
wont to Chicago last Monday. He will
return Monday. "
StateHistorical Society Meeting
A mooting of the State Historical as
sociation will take place here January
12 and 13. The meeting Is to bo al
most entirely devoted to the constitu
tional conventions of UiIb stato In 180(1,
lsYPand 1875. and purports to bo of
The second year gym classes for
ladles will commence Monday. Tho
first year clossps have not begun, actual
work being delayed owing to the lack
.Tunlnra mp.nl In now chanftl Mnnriav
Chapln'Bros.. Florists. 1227 So. 14th. ' Oct. 5, at 10 a. m. Election of officers.
WANTED A student to work on?
hour In morning and one hour In after
noon. Apply to business manager be
tween 9 and 11:30 a, m. al Nebraskan
Lincoln Local Express. Tel. 787,
Miss Perkins, sister-in-law of Mr.
Kimball, loft last week on account of
sickness. 8ho was a teacher In n-
Instrumontal music at tho conservatory.
Tho following musical program was
glvon In chapel yesterday morning:
Chorus, "Departuro," Mendelssohn.
Recital by MIbb FJske, "Summer
Rain," Mllloby; "Layonara," Bartlott;
"BIcbobo Song," Footo; "Irish Lovo
8ong," Lang; "Tho Sovereignty of
A reception to students vr'Jll bo glvon
at tho residence of Governor Mickey,
15th and H streets) Tuesday night, Oc
tobor Cth. It will bo given under tho
auspices of tb$- Epwortji Joague of
the St Paul's church. A cordial In
vitation is extended.
Tonight Prof, and Mrs. Hodgnlan wlU
give a reception at the Academy. The
faculty and heads of departments of
the University and the Lincoln Medi
cal College and the parents of Lincoln
students will be entertained from 8 to
9 and the Academy students from to
For years wo have been telling young
men that our store was "a good place
to buy good clothes." We have a large
patronage among young men who
dress well. The B. L. Paine Clothing
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