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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1903)
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Zht Dally ntbraskan.
A connolldntlon of
Tho Hciperlaiv Vol. Ul, Tho Nobrimkan, Vol. lo,
Scarlet and Crcnm, Vol. 4.
John D. Rico
A. O. Bohrolber
(J. A. Sawyer
A. F. Becker
Qnjlonl G. Bennett
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Bntertd at the pontofdoo nt Llnooln, Nebraska
an lecond-olasn mall matter.
Tlio buttle Ih over niul the strong
Haskells arc bent en. We had to fight
hard for the game, and therein is ait
increased Joy of victory. The IndiaiiH
showed their old failings and Nebras
ka showed her old charteristlc staying
qualities. The pertinacious determina
tion of the white man checked the
lien e impetuosity of the Indian, and
finally overwhelmed the foe, when,
worn out by the violence of their own
efforts, they were powerless to stem
the tide. This Is the secret of our vic
tory Saturday a story which points
out a moral. Unless the Indians are
able to accomplish success at the out -vet.
they are bound to become discour
aged;, in which case they can liae but
small chance of victory
The Indians are stronger this ear
than ever before and came here ex
pecting to win. They proved them
selves worthy opponents, and Nebras
ka won simply because our team was
the best. It was a question of strength
and science, and In both of these qual
ities Nebraska excelled For had our
team not been superior in both of these
respec ts the Indians would certainly
have crossed the goal line in the first
Although the season fs not half over
yet we all lime reason to be proud of
the record that our team is making.
And the spirit that was manifested
Saturday by the multitude that cheered
Nebraska to victory, is an evidence
that the students are aware of this
fact. Nebraska has won two hard
sanies against stiong teams without
allowing its goal line to be Mossed,
and banished the hopes of another
that had promised much. There are
some bard games yet to i ome and in
our joy of the present victory we must
not lose sight of the fact that this
same spirit and enthusiasm in our
team'h wellaie that lias been manifest
ul in the past must ToT"be allowed to
abate, untn (he curtain falls upon the
final scene of the Thanksgiving trag
edy, when--we hope 1 1 1 iTiioTs wTTl ITo
borne down to defeat by Nebraska's
The College Papery
Three years ago a few alumni and
members of the faculty conceived the
idea of having a college daily. There
are not more than a score in the I'nit-
it States, the larger colleges alone
supporting them, but Nebraska decided
to publish one also A board of di
rectors was l'orme.d, consisting of Mr.
Crabtree. Mr Wyer, then a post-grad-uafe
now librarian, T. J. Hewitt, a stu
dent, and Towne of the Nebraska state
teachers agency. $5.(10 shares were sold
among the raculty and advertising
matter was rustled for to pay expenses.
The old Weekly Nebraskan ivas
merged with the new daily ami turned
over its ojllce fixtures intact. Hut tho
lusimss men of Lincoln felt doubt
ful about risking anything with such
an uncertain enterprise and were not
exactly eager to pay out money to
ward It. Neither were, the students at
all enthusiastic, thinking, doubtless,
that the advei tlsementa paid the sheet's
expenses, which, needless (o say, they
did not. Hut by hard work on the part
of Charlie Taylor, the advertising man
ager, now special representative of the
I. os Angeles Express, and E. W. Wash
burn, editor in chief, now of the Bos
ton Institute of Technology, the doubt
ful season was passed. Soon the peo
ple of Lincoln began to realize that
there was a live and flourishing col
lege dally growing up among them.
It absorbed many other publications,
notably the Klote, which was the most
distinctively literary paper In the Uni
versity. It was published from '98 to
the end of 1900. Prof. Ansley. MIbb
Hound, and Mr. Hlper were the first
editors, later II. (J. Shedd and Schuy
ler Miller were connected with It. Ned
('. Abbott, now n the Philippines, was
business manager. It was the organ
of the English club and was discon
tinued In favor of The Nebraskan,
which thereafter became not only a
newspaper, but a literary journal as
well. During the first two years it
absolved the llespeiian, and the Scar
l I and ('ream. The Arrowhrad was
never a serious lival and died a nat
ural death in 11)01.
Many of Its staff have been ery well
known in Lincoln, especially "Charlie"
Taj lor. and his brother. F. W. Taylor,
who has charge of the agricultural ex
hibit at the St. Louis exposition. He
fore his worn on The Nebraskan he
managed the L. II. S. Advocate Later
Mr McCaw became editor and did more
to mould the policy of the paper than
anyone else except Air. Washburn
Sim e then the paper has steadih
grown. Last year did must to estab
lish it among the students and it' is
hoped that this year will do een more
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W( II Debating elnh, was a complete suc
iw. Both Freshmen and Seniors were
fairly well represented. The following
ollle is were elected:
I'i evident. (). K. Shelbnrn.
Vite president." K. I). Hodge
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Considerable opposition was at first
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journing the meeting and preenting
r organization After several vei v bold
attempts the president caught the diift
of their loud discourses and ruled them
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ly. ""The "3TaWcirnillrWaTTTnTgFTrr
Its past lecord was recalled and future
possibilities enumerated. The presi
dent was empowered to appoint a com
mittee to draft a new constitution, and
he named the folowing: Messrs. Sha
man. Hendrickson and Sawyer. A pro
gram committee consisting of A. F.
Meeker. F. T. Shephard and McDuffy,
wairnlso appointed'. The: question as to
a good night to meet then came up and
after due consideration it was agreed
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well dub. Much interest was shown
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indications tills well be one of the
strongest cjebating clubs in the Unl
vrisity. Any law student is eligible to
membershipand all are urged to be out
at the" 'first regular meeting next Fri
day nlghtA The question will be found
posted on the Maxwell bulletin board.
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