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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1904)
Vol. IV, No. 35
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, NOV. J2, J904.
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LEAVE f OR SOUTH
Football Men Depart for Kansas
A (loud Crowd of Kooti'r Will lol
The football team left yesteiday at
11:55 a. m. over the Burlington, lor
KansaB City, seventeen men making
nj) tho squad. They arrived In ivansas
City last evening and will be quartered
at the Midland hotel. The men, with
tho exception of Borg, are in good con
dition. Borg's ankle is still weak, but
tho first kick-off will find him at
center. Coach Booth stated yesterday
that his remark about a CO-0 score was
never mado seriously. He looks for a
close gamo, for the Indians have been
working early and late for this game,
and havo been recruiting their ranks.
Several old men .among them one
who has had football experience at
Minnesota, are back and add a great
deal of strength to Haskells' already
Tho teams will line up this after
noon as follows:
Borg C Folix
Hunter L. G Warren
Mills II. O Oliver
Cotton I . T Mauser P
Mason, O It. T Dubois
Robertson .... R. E Mauser, I
Bonder Q Moore
Mason, G F. B Porter
Eager L. H Gokey
Blrkner R. M. . . . Archiquette
Capt. Benedict did not accompany
the team to Kansas City. Ills injuries
in tho Iowa game made it impossible
for him to play, and he remained In
Lincoln. Some difficulty was experi
enced yesterday regarding the umpire,
as Dr. Outland positively refused to
net, when chosen. The matter, how
ever, has been fixed up.
At the last minute it was decided
to take tho Cadet Band to Kansas
City. They left with the other ex
cursionists, and will be a great aid in
tho cheering' for Nebraska this after
neon A crowd of 250 students, including 50
girls, followed tho team last night on
tho oxcursion which left the Bur
lington uepot last night at 11 o'clock.
A few1 others accompanied the team
yesterday morning, and others left
oor different lines. Nebraska rooters
will at least be represented at the-
Tho Iowa board of athletic control
decided not to sent a team to repre
sent tho University of Iowa at the
cross country run to bo held in Chi
cago on Thanksgiving morning. In
terest In our cross country running
still' holds its own, and tho men are
working hard In anticipation of thla
Tho basket ball squad had another
praetlco last night, and will report
again this afternoon at 2:30. Tho men
aro getting together four times a week,
and this faithful work, together with
tho good material available, bids fair
to place us at the top in basket ball
again. Tho first game of tho season
will bo next Thursday with the Lin
coln high school, 1 arrangements that
aro now pending go through.
Other Important games played to
Minnesota vb Wisconsin, at Min
neapolis. Pennsylvania vs Indians, at Frank
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Freshman Law Hop
Friday, November 18th
Yale vs Princeton, at Princeton.
Harvard vs Holy Cross, at Cam
bridge. Cornell vs Columbia, at New York.
Annapolis mi Virginia, at Annapolis.
I afayctte s Susquehanna, at Eas
ton. State vr Dickinson, at Williamsport.
W. & J. s Ohio M. U., at Colum-
Weslejan s Trinity, at Middle
town. Michigan s Chicago, at Ann Arbor.
The Daily Iowan, in quoting trom
ono of the articles in the Nebraskan
Regarding the game reports to the old
trick of using what It pleases, and
says "Tho game was the roughest, both
from the spectator's point of view, and
that of the varsity and Nebraska." The
article presumably quoted goes fur
ther and gives the honest opinion of
all fair minded tpectators of the game
of last Saturday by paying that in not
one instance was Nebraska tho offend
er in this roughness.
CHANCE FOR NEBRASKANS.
Six Foreign Fellowships Have
The Archealogical Institute of Amor
lea announces that five or possibly si
fellowships will bo awarded during tht
year 1005-OG; two in Greek Archaeo
logy at Athens, each with a stipend ol
six hundred dollars: one or two in
Roman Classical Archcalogy In
Rome; and one in Palestine at the
American School of Oriental Study and
Research, with a stipend of six hun
They will alto award a fellowship
for the study of Christian Archaeology
at Rome with a stipend of five bun
The examinations will be held
March nth to ISth, 1905, at the var
ious universities and colleges repre
sented on the managing committee of
the three schoolb of Athens, Rome and
Palestine, and will be open to all. Can
didates must announce, in writing,
"their' intention of taking the examina
tions, and must send such announce
ment to the cjiairman before Feb
Students of the university of Nebras
ka may find full particulars of the sub
jects of examination, and statements
of tho requirements in each subject,
by consulting tho "Journal of the
chaeloglcal Institute," Supplement to
Vol. VIII, pages 143-157, or by writing
to Prof. Clarence H. Young, 312 W
88th street, New York.
Tho Famous will give a special dis
count of 10 per cent to university stu
dents on all purchases of millinery, kid
gloves, corsets, etc.
Roller skating at tho Auditorium
afternoons, 2. to 5. Evening session,
7:30 to 10. Admission 10 cents. Ladies
admitted free afternoons. Good
smooth floor. Good music and an occa
sional high class entertainment will
bo provided at Intervals during the
season. Tho rink is equipped with 500
pairs of Richardson's ball bearing
skates. University students invited.
Everything orderly and of tho highest
Tickets $J.50 j
CikL Mr W )k lit ik
A GOOD SPEAKER.
Entertaining Lecture Promised
at Chapel Monday.
John Z. White of Chicago, needs no
commendation as a representative
s; jaker In explanation of the slnglo
tax philosophy. Me has been prom
inent In tho movement from Its begin
ning. As a speakor, his striking abil
ities for lucid explanation, strong argu
ment, and simple Interesting style are
Immediately recognized. No audience
of thoughtful persons, who wish to un
dersand wjiat Henry George taught and
to apprecaite Its moral and intellec
tual force, will be disappointed In Mr.
He wul Break at chapel Monday and
befoie the Round Table Monday even
ing, Every student should come out
to hear him.
The plant patheologlsts are enjoying
a basket of a,pples"serit by Mr. Polland
of Nebraska. He sent some diseased
specimens for examination and added
a peck or so of perfect ones "to be
eaten while investigating." Plnntiiath
eology Is popular just now.
Mr. R. C. James, law '04. who. is now
ractlclnir at Humboldt. Nnhi- war
elected county attorney of Richardson
county on the fusion ticket at tno elec
tion last Tuesday. Mr. James was
barely a resident in tho county long
enough to make him ellglblo to tho of-j.
flee, but the clean majority that was
piled up for him speaks In favorablo
terms of his success since he hung out
his shingle at that point.
Dr. A. R. Mitchell has moved to 145
So. llth street.
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
Lincoln. Local Express, 1039 N street
Both phones. .
Lincoln Transfer Co,; beggago
ry -W w&i
vj, p .iff rB
Places on the Glee Club Difficul
Hut Few I'nitltloiiH Itcmiilu Hi'iiinlii
Mr. Henry Eames, director of the
Glee Club announces tho following
men (and tlieso only) as accepted
members or this years organization.
First tonors and second basses are still
requested to try out.
The Club besides a home concert
has arranged for a weeks' trip about
tho time of tho Easter vacation. Mr.
Eames desires to thank tho university
for their interest in trying out for tho
club and says the present club has
splendid prospects and is a representa
Albert J. Cobb,
E. M. Balr.
., Edward Johnston,
Morton H. Dierks,
Will G. Elliott.
E. T. Johnston.
H. I,. Holllngsworth,
A. Z. Prescott.
F. M. McKnight.
Club meets in chapel over Tuesday
and Saturday at 7 p. in. sharp for practice
First Prayer Meeting.
Tomorrow morning at 9 a. m. will
bo hold the first meeting of tho prayer
meetings for young men. This will be!
held at the association room and will
be under the leadership of Prof. Stuff.
All of the older students will remem
ber tho "Quiet Hour" held umlor the
leadership of Prof. Stuffr lalt year and
will surely come out. A meeting of
this kind is of untold lionnnt t o..
and evoryman who can nosnlblv iin it
should be out. Tho doors will close
promptly at 9:15 and every one should
be at the meeting by that time. Fol
lowing thO meetlncr Slindnv mot-nlncr
"wITT bo held meetings every noon from
i:2U to iz:w. Attention is called to
the program below. Tho meetings
will begin and closo promptly so that
the meirxnn bo assured that tho meet
ing will not take up their noon hours.
Siimlay, Nov. 13.-Saturday, Nov. 19.
Sunday, 9 a. m. "Quiet Hour"
Prof. F. A. Stuff.
Daily services 12:20 p. m.
Monday "Confidence In Prayer.
Leader Paul W. Harrison.
Tuesday "The Way of Success."
L. T. Sidwell.
Wednesday "Tho Temple of Prayer"
Wm. H. Smith.
Thursday "Where, When and for
A. W. Billing.
Friday "Tho Spirit of Prayer."
M. J. Brown.
Saturday "Answer to Prayer."
J. C. Mtoore.
University mon are urged to attend
these meetings and thus ally them
selves with a throng of 43,000 college
man all over the United States and
All meetings will bo held In "asso
For Furs see Steele, 143 S. 12th St
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