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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1903)
Gbe ails "Wcbraeftan
Ce Dap Ilebraskan.
A conHolldfttlon of
The Hftpcrliin, Vol. HI, The Ncbrfuknn, Vol. lo,
Bcnrtat and Croiun, Vol. 4.
.lohn D. Rice
A. O. Bohrclbcr
C. A. Bftwyer
ARHOCIATK KDITOIIH ;
A. F. Broker
Guy lord (J. Bonnctt
Offlcen: Editorial, U 300; BuHlnww, U 21l".
PoHt Offlcn, Box ID, Station A, Lincoln.
Buttfwrlptlon Trine, $2 per yonr. in advance.
Entered at tho prmtofHrio at Llnooln, Nobranka
am Neuond-olnAx mall matter.
The Hire club will soon be an active
factor In University events again. The
examination of voices for places In
the club will be held this evening and
It behooveH every University student
with a bit of music In IiIb make-up to
get out and have his voice tested.
For the benefit of those not Informed
In regard to the matter we wish to
stato that there Is no Monday Issue of
The Nobroskan. Many of the new
students, especially, have a misunder
standing In regard to the matter and
we make thlB statement to save them
The Board of Regents have definite
ly decided to locate the now Adminis
tration building on tho east side of
the campus on a lino with the library
building. The work on tho new build
ing will be pushed and another wel
come alteration of the appearance of
our own campus will be a thing ac
complished before a great length of
time rolls by.
The game with South Dakota Sat
urday proved at least one thing the
superiority of the training of our team
and methodH of play over those of
their opponents. Over-confidence Is
a dangerous thing, and while wo hope
that nono oxistH, yet wo can not hope
but feel that Nebraska will make a
record this yoar that will bo remem
berer. That a team of such weight as
wob South Dakota's should be bo com
pletely beaten points out plainly the
ability of Nebraska to hold Its own
against a team much stronger.
The students Bhould resume action
on the raising of their share of the
Temple Fund, and pull altogether In
doing all thoy can toward the accom
plishment of the Important work In
view. The classes lost yoar all took
action, and tho officers appointed for
the purpose secured a largo number of
pledges. Now it Is up to each class as
soon as things aro In good running or
der to take up tho matter again and
see tJiat tho proper representatives
are appointed for taking up and push
ing this work. Interest In the Temple
building should be kept alive and noth
ing should hinder tho Btudonts from
doing their share. And as a rule tho
students are willing to do their part
as soon as tho matter is brought to
their notice, and the sooner a system
of action is perfected, the less difficult
will it be lo secure contributions from
much mlsundorritandlng. A dispatch
was sent out from Denver two weeks
ago stating that professionalism was
practiced at Colorado, and The Nebras
kan reproduced the article and made
editorial comment upon it. However,
we expressed no opinion as to whether
It was true or not, but merely men
tioned the charges made and discussed
what the effect would be If they were
true. The entire blame and respon
sibility for the articles lies with the
Denver end of the line, and It Is to be
regretted If the University of Colorado
has been In any way misrepresented.
We are glad to give space to the letter
and hope that It will clear up all false
Impressions that may exist In .the mind
of ally of the people of this University
Here Is the letter:
"BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 2. 1903.
"President James H. Baker, Boulder,
Colorado. Dear Sir: In answer to
your communication I may say that
the extract from the Nebraska Jour
nal, entitled, "Professionalism In Colo
rado," Is a garbled extract from an ar
ticle In an evening paper of Denver,
which was apologized for amply and
fully In the succeeding issue. The orig
inal article simply classed these so
called charces as suspicious.
"The Board of Control of Athletics
of the University of Colorado has care
fully Investigated the matters dis
cussed and have found the so-called
charges wholly unfounded In every
particular. An affidavit bb to amateur
standing Is required by the board of
every Intending player. Every effort
ha been made and Is made to discover
and stamp out professionalism and wel
think with eminent success.
"Mr. Johnston was barred from play
ing In California solely by the one-
year residence rule In rorce In Mint
"Messrs. Baker and Kingsbury are
amateur players In every respect so fnr
as can be ascertained. The University
has a large percentage of its students
coming from other states and there Is
no bar on this account to Messrs. Baker
and Kingsbury, because there Is no
one-year residence rule required or en
forced In Colorado.
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Imagination plays the loading part whon
it (.omen to onjing clothes pf a tailor. You
imagine thoy'cV better because you're paying
more. Now, we don't make units to order
(we ufed to), but we do make to fit. Wo be
lieve our "Kensington" Suit snd Overcoats
fit equally as well as though made to your ..
measure on our own premises, and thoy cost
much Ioph. C'ojn'; in, try them on. You may
be both judge and jury ; if the clothes don't fit
and wear to your entire satisfaction, wc give "t
your money back. Suits and Overcoats $10 to
Magee & Deemer
1109 O STREET
Next Wednesday and Thursday the
State Librarians' association will meet
at Fremont. John Cotton Dana, of
New Jersey, will be tho principal speak
er. Professor Wyer, MIbs Mulliken and
Miss Compton will represent the Uni
versity at this meeting.
"All candidates for the team are In
good academic standing. Sincerely
yours. ARTHUR A I.LIN.
"Chairman Board of Control."
Several new works of fiction hae
been added to the library. Among the
best are: Maclean's "Dwellers In the
Mist," HowellB" "Questionable Shapes,"
Mrs. Humphrey Wurd's "iJidy Rose's
Daughter." Miss Wharton's "The Val
ley of Decision," and a volume of short
stories by George Merldeth.
WE ARE SHOWING J!
i Stylish Shoes j;
This week's classes in pen and Ink
nave started illustrating work.
The artillery detachment and Blgnal
corps will be formed as soon as possi
ble. It is expected that about twenty
men will join tho artillery squad, while
the Blgnal corps will probably bo a
little smaller. Drill for both divisions
will be helil as In the other depart
ments of tho battalion, the class on
Friday dealing with the artillery regu
lations. Guns will be furnished tho battalion
as soon as the setting-up exercises have
been finished. This will be about tho
end of next week.
A sketch class, which will meet
Wednesdays at 7:30 was organized Inst
Wright Drug Co.. 14J N. Kith. Tel 313.
Lincoln Transfer Co. Buggage.
Lenilng's, ice cream und candy; 11th
and L Sts.
The celebrated Han
an, Walk-Over and
W. L. wouglas makes
for men. llanan and
"Sorosis Shoes for
None genuine unless
I Perkins &
Sheldon b'o. j;
1129 O St.
The Famous has a fine line of furs,
corsets, gloves and hosiery.
lunch counter for
The Whltebreast Co., at HOC 0 St,
Is the place to buy coal.
Monarci! Preserves and Jams
are the finest flavored, purest, boat and
handsomest fresh fruit products in tho
Keystono Cash Grocery, '
The hours and rooras have been ar
ranged permanently for tho Y. V. C.
A. Bible classes.
Miss Goldena Fin lay visited her par
ents at Greenwood, Neb., Saturday and
No Professionalism at Colorrdo.
The following letter, written by tho
chairman of the Colorado Athletic
Board, in reply to an Inquiry by Pres
ident James H. Baker, as to the charge
of professionalism against that insti
tution published in the datty paper,
explains a situation that has caused
BsEket ball practice for men begins
Unlay at 4 p. m. The leaders class will
begin tomorrow at 1:45 p. m.
The girls' second year gym class will
not meet until next week. The physi
cal examinations are not finished yet.
Recent word from Dr. Bessey con
veys the Information that ho will re
turn to the University about October
Attendance at the Y. W. C. A. sing
service now numbers 35. This Is con
siderable larger than last year.
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IUmmJwmu. I C Mini mi fcr
its Foot Ball Goods you want
we got 'em Pants, Jackets,
Nose Guards, the big and
small kind, Shin Guards, Hel
mets of all Kinds. The Ath
Sidles Cycle Company, 1317" O St
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