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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1903)
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A consolidation of
TIib Hesperian, Vol 81, Tim Nobriwknn, Vol. lo,
Bcnrlot ni.d C renin, Vol. 4.
B twin est MnunRor
John D. UlcB
A. O Hohrolbor
O. A. Sawyer
A. P. Decker
Onylonl O. Bennett
RKl'onTKUH P A. KwIiik, Violet Irwin, C
11. Tnylor. W. C HnniMoy, Eclair Mollott,
and Miihel Fowler.
Ofllcoai Editorial, U KWW: Biulnons, U 911H
Post OlHco, Box 10, Stntlon A, Lincoln.
Subscription Price, S3 por yonr. In Advance.
Entered at tho poito(Too nt Llnooln, Nobraska
an nQpond-olasH mull matter.
All students Intending to take ad
vantage of tho excursion rates offered
to Lawrence should make their Inten
tions known as soon as possible.
Promptness 1b urged In this matter,
as those In charge of the necessary ar
rangements will bo enabled to work
to better advantage In making their
estimates. While little trouble Ih ex
pected' In securing tho ICG names nec
essary it Is desirous that all should bo
expeditious In ieglstering. for If thlo
number is exceeded additional allow
ances must be made in arranging u.c
The team that will lino up against
Nebraska on Iowa field next Saturday
Is, according to tho reports, that are
forthcoming, much stronger than tho
one thnt met Minnesota Some new
material has turned out for prac tlce.
which together with the old men who
have been tiaiulng liatd for the past
two weeks, will make a combination
that Booms stiong indeed The Iowa
students'! aie loccneiing fioin tho disap
pointment oer thoh team's defeat
and will turn out in forte to witnesH
Saturday's game Exclusions hae
been planned fiom many points in the
state, and the game is icgarded in its
ttue light, as one of the biggest that
will be seen on Iowa Held this y.ear.
The Iowa management seems desli
ous of according the Nebraska team a
lltting leceptlon, and the following edi
torial in the Dally Iowan gives a com
fortable assutanco that they may ex
pect the best of tieatment
"Nebraska need fear no iowdlsni
this year while with us I'repaiations
havo been made to gho her a cordial
welcome. neiner we win or lose she
will be our guest Many of our old
students' and fi tends nie among the
The lntioihu tlon of cross country
inns in this Unieisity brings in a fea
tuie thut has acquired great populari
ty In eastern colleges. In some of them
great interest Is displayed and a multi
tude of students turn out and tako
part. Steeplechaso contests are held
regularly between different Institu
tions. In th& west, however, these
cross coimtrjjfruns are a new thing,
but there Is no leason why they should
not become popular and bo firmly' es
tablished when more is known of
ihom The exercise, lo wonderful for
tho results that It produces; for It de
velops poweis of endurance not only
In running, but In the pursuit of many
branches of work. While the general
tendeniey Is toward physical develop
ment, it affords a training In long d1s
taneo running that Is match better
than can be acquired on a limited and
enclosed track. While, of course, only
a mere beginning Is being made now,
It is expected1 that interest will grow
until this new feature of cross coun
try running becomes firmly established
here n a loading and popular form of
Will Hold Afternoon Meetings.
The tity and University Y M. C. A.
societies will continue this year the
Sunday afternoon meetings which have
proved eo popular in tho past. Large
committees have been appointed to ar
range for these meetings, which will
be initiated' next Sunday afternoon at
4 o'clock in the Oliver theatre. The
services of an accomplished Bpcaker
will be obtained and miiBlc will be
furnished by Prof. Wilbur Starr, for
merly of the University Conservatory
of Music, and by the Conseratory
Elaborate plane are also being made
for tho Wedn?3day evening prayer
meetings at the association rooms.
ThcEo meetings are especially and en
tirely for (ollcge men and will prove
of great help and interest Secretary
Hinger extends a cordial invitation to
all University men to attend them.
A Quiz Section.
It is the custom among student i
in all eastern Medical colleger to or
ganize quiz c lapses tinder their own
management. Membership to these
classes Ih sometning very much sought
after, as tho number is usually limited,
and tlw best only are able to get in
Enough classes or sections however are
usually formed to tako In all those who
desire to enter.
Somewhat upon this plan a q il
class has been organized In our own
Medical college and1 Is meeting with
groat success. The quiz-master was
chosen at tho . eriic.nl oclety meeting
lost Thursday. John F Allen was the
unanimous choice and ho will conduct
the first regular qui. nr-M Thursday
mening Names aie (onttantlj bc-
ng added to tho roll
The faculty has unanimou ly p.is-od
a resolution' that no student can h,ie
to pass this tcim who do. s not appear
on tho athletic Hold October 111 to ap
plaud tho brilliant spoetatlcs and awe
inspiring exhibitions of skill, svlemo
and blood that will theie be served u,)
at the low pi ic of 2." and 50 tent.'
It is alLo probable that a turtlur ed'et
may bo tcc-u ir-'irri nnnnunc ing that
no failuirK will bo leconlrd against
thos-e who can pioe that they laughed
long and1 loud audi rheeied at the
proper places, no matter what they
may do in the way ot good woik Heie
In the Key to the method of "how to
work the profes-ois "
Plans For Medical Bulletin.
A committee, consisting of Dr Wnite,
Prof Milluid and i)r Wolcott togetljet
with two other mombeis ol the Oma
ha faculty, has been appointed to draw
up plans tor tho issuing of a Quar
terly Medical Bulletin, which is to be
tho odic iul organ of the Medical col
lege. In English 15 Tuesday morning
Piof. Fogg used for illustrating pur
poses tho largest of tho four charts
which E J. Buekner, It. C. JmncsTnid
Geoige A. Lee useel in thrashing Kan
sas last year on tho arbitration ques
tion. This is a fifteen toot map com
piled by the compulsory arbitration
squad from twenty-five hundred pages
of Carrol D. W right's, "Report on
Strikes and Lock-outs."
It Is surprising how many cx-ath-
letes there are in the faculty. Gracco
Roman wrestlers, experts in glovo con
tests, high jumping, baseball cham
pions. Announcements of the Iowa
NebraBka football game given before
the grand stand Saturday afternoon.
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