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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1903)
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tbe Daily Ilebraskan.
A consolidation of
Th6 Hesperian, Vol. 1)1, Tho Nobnwkan, Vol. lo,
Bcarlot nnd Cream, Vol. 4.
John D. Illce
A. O. Bohrolbor
O. A. Bnwycr
A. F. Becker
Qnrlord O. Bennett
RKPOivricnM I. A. KwIiik, Violot Irwin, C
li. Taylor. W. C. Rnmwiy, KdKitr Mollott,'
nnd Mabel Fowrinr.
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fiubnorlptlon Prloe, $2 per year. In advance.
Entered at tho postoftloo nt Llnooln, Nobranka
aa seoond-olasa mall matter.
CoiiK'idclrablo speculation exists jib
to tho.gatno at Iowa City Saturday.
Quite ai space of time has elapsed slnjcc
last wo clashed with Iowa, and our
most recent memory of an1 encounter
with her Ib one of defeat In 1900
Iowa great team seemodi unapproach
able and It also seemed that that ln
Kt'ltutlon was anchored permanently In
a class higb above our own. We could
anticipate- no shifting of conditions that
woukl shake her from her exalted
place. But her fortunes have certain
ly varied, and the Institution that once
stood among the foremost of the Big
Nino no longer commands the fear and
respect of her opponents.
CoimHUohb have Indeed Bhlfted, and
among Uie rapid changes that have
taken- placo has been the rise of Ne
braska: to a position1 that has stamped
her a the iocr of western colleges on
tho gridiron. She has vanquished
complotely the strongest teams that
our neighboring institutions can send
forth, and stands ready to prove her
might upon untried fleldfe.
Tho beam goes to Iowa City with not
only every prospect of victory, but
with tho Inclination ami ability to
mako the triumph a complete one. Tho
ptrength it has shown thus far greatly
exceeds that Bliowm by Iowa, and al
though perhaps varying somewhat In
details a comparison can safely be
drawn. Iowai has had tho misfortune
to meet a crushing defeat early In tho
season, her unseasoned team being
overwhelmed und trodden underneath
tho Iron heel of Minnesota. Nebraska
ka has suffered no reverse of any kind,
nnd will go prepared to wipe out the
memories of past defeats and assist
Iowa to storo up unpleasant recollec
tions that will abide with her for years
The raising of money toward tho
completion of our share of the Tem
ple Fund is becoming an Important
consideration, and the students of this
University should- not lose eight of
tho momentous character of the under
taking and tho commendable object
in view. A general movement is being
started to hasten the raising of funds,
as it is now high time that this work
should bo taken in hand ami pushed aa
vigorously as possible Tho student
body through the, various University
organizations' will benefit greatly by
this splendid structure when, once it is
completed, and they fehould not bo
"backward In assuming and fulfilling a
shqre of tho obligation.
The classes should take action on this
matter at once. The student body
must be canvassod thoroughly, as there
are few who are not willing to give.
All should bo alivo to the fact that this
building will furnish an outlet for tho
activities of departments now so badly
congested that their work is hampered.
It will provide quarters for tho Chrls
tlan associations and student organi
zations such as literary societies and
debating dubs. Quartora will be fur
nished for eaeh of these parts of our
University that will bo consistent with
the Importance of each. The very need
of such a building and tho benefits
that it will bestow ehould appeal to
every student and mako each resolved
to do his share toward the accomplish
ment of a great work.
The faculty are engrossed in tho
coming Carnival, and each who has
ever shone In any way in tho world of
athletics Is working continually to re
cover something of his old time form.
Although some of the events have bcon
classified aa foolishness, they are go
ing at things with a seriousness ad
mitting of no doubt. No ono who has
been called upon seems Inclined to
shirk IiIb portion and all seem bent
upon exerting themselves to the limit
to make a creditable showing. And
hero is where tho fun comes In. When
a person acting with serious purpose
aetfl in a ridiculous fashion, then there
Is oftentimes a greater element of hu
mor entering In than there would be If
ho was in earnest. No doubt each
will strive to excel his opponents and
will feel an1 honest prido if he succeeds.
But for all that, there Is going to be
F-ome genuine amusement for the
crowd, and those who miss this mo
mentous spectacle will have plenty of
occasion for deep sorrow and' regret
A press report says:
'Tho faculty of the University of
Chicago aro endeavoring to inaugurate
a system of athletics under which there
will be no paid admissions to contests
in which the University athletes com
pete. As the co-operation of all the
western colleges will be necessary to
carry out this radical departure steps
have already been taken to arrange
conferences with tho Universities of
Wisconsin and Michigan. The plan
will require tho establishment of an
endowment fund Tor physical cuhuro
and' athletics and the trustees of the
Chicago Institution have already taken
preliminary steps looking to this end.
Prof. Ross' Scheme.
It is said that Professor Ros is tak
ing undue advantage of Professor
Caldwell in preparing for the hammer
throw next Saturday, due to the fact
that he lives out in tho suburbs, hence
can practice unobserved. Perhaps,
however, he realizes that tho prepon
derance rests eo greatly with his op
ponent that any little scheme of tills
kind ought not to be laid up against
Lawyers Will Clash.
MnTOigere Pfeiffer and Morrison of
the Senior and Fresh main law football
teams have at last como to an' under
Blandimg and the two teams will meet
oni the gridiron next Thursday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock. Both teamauire.
determined to win and havo the undi
vided support of their class to back
thorn. Classes will undoubtedly bo
suspended for the afternoon and every
law student will be out to root. Tho
members of tho Senior team are all
big mem and with hard practice for
two weeks have den-eloped considerable
speed. Their team work is also good.
Tho Freshmen, however, feel confi
dent oft w Ironing, as a number of their
men are on the University scrub team
and almost every mam has had good
training during tho fall. Th? game
will be a hard' fought one from start
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