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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1904)
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That the university 1b proud of the
toam of 1904, was proven to the full
satisfaction of Tho Nebraskan by the
reception acorded our special Thanks
giving football number. Although
gotten Up at considerable expense
bo great, In fact, that only a limited
edition could bo printed enough
copies wero sold to more than pay
the cost of Its production. Tho mag
azine created unlsual comment in
Lincoln and throughout the state, and
the article by Chancellor Andrewb
commanded unusual Interest, having
already been copied in soveral of the
moro influential dallies. A good deal
ol work was put upon tho Issue, and
Its success is most gratifying to the
staff and contributors of Tho Nebraskan.
In their resume of the Thanksgiving
gamo tho Illini, tho University of Illi
nois daily, says that Illinois outplayed
Nebraska, and but for our luck, would
hajro won easily. Coach Huff, of Illi
nois, made tho statement after the
gamo that Nebraska won on her mer
its. Evidently to tho students of II
Unola 'luck' sounds bettor than 'merits.'
President Wheolor of tho University
of California, has announced that no
man in tho university can graduate
who has not completed four years of
military work. Absolutely no exception
will be made. The announcement has
caused much hostile feeling among tho
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Tho fnllrvnrinir cliDDinsr from tho
Schenectady, N. Y., Tribune, has been
sent to ub by a frlond:
"A party of engineering graduates
of tho University of Nebraska spent
the afternoon and early evening to
gether in this city yesterday, -rnoir
Thanksgiving dinner was served by
Redmond, and during coffoo there
wnro read letters of greeting from
Chancellor E. Benjamin Andrews, Prof.
George H. Morse ,and otnors.
Those present wero: A. A. Kruse, of
the Western Electric vompany's Now
York office, ana Messrs. A. m Main,
Q. W. Brooks, V. H. Yont, R. E. Noyes,
G. W. Elmen, and O. J. Ferguson, of
the General Electric company.
Chancellor Andrews has received the
following letter, which will bo of in
terest In connection with tho above:
"Schenectady, N. Y., Nov. 25, 04,
"Wo wish to acknowledge receipt oi
your kind message to us as old univer
sity students. Our crowd consisted or
Main C02); Brooks ('02); Yont (03-);
Kruso C03); Elmln ('04); Noyes (04),
and Ferguson ('03).
"Wo had returns of tho football game
telegraphed to us and congratulate
tho team upon their season's work
"We -note with prldo tho continued
Why Don't You 60
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on those doggy straight brim light colored
knock-about hats in our show window the
kind that are leather belted.
You'd Swear they were Stetson $5 Hats
prosperity of tho university and pledge
ourselves as staunch supporters of the
Institution, Its corps of Instructors
and our chancellor.
T,OLINl J. FERGUSON."
Miss Mitchell already has several
good1 games arranged for her basket
ball team and1 since Bho 1b not yet sat
isfied, it is likely the team at the sea
son will, U defeated, lay tho blame on
the heavy schedule. But this is Im
possible, for they cannot be dofoatod.
with1 eucn-sucn a coacn and such gins.
Tho Beatrice game, as announced,
resulted in defeat by a score of 11-0.
The game was played November 19,
and1 the boys felt that they wero finely
treated by the Beatrice fellows In their
home town on the Blue.
But now the manager H. G. Myers
after the. hardest kind of work for
throe or four months, finds himself
confronted with 0, load of deotf which
appals him and the team. What shall
bo 'done? la the cry, and no one" can
answer but tho students. Tho editors
of The Academy News have comoval
lan.tlyto their. Jiolp in this week's 1b
suo of tho paper, but althoagh their
words are earnest and true, they can
not alonearouse the students. In the
meantime Manager Myers (and' inci
dentally tho principal) is lying awake
nights. Tho hat must bo passed at
Tho November issue of the paper is
going into the mails this week. It is
a very creditable sheet and' is wholly
student work. Miss Bergef and Mr.
Wood! are making .plans for a speciai
TJhrlstmao number. Whether this can
be accomplished is. a problem.
To select her team for the Central
Debating league contest, Michigan held
her annual preliminary debate last
week with1 "United States Senator Rus
sell A'. Alger presiding. The question
was: "Resolve, -That corporations do
ing inter-state business should be com
pelled to Incorporate under a national
For Furs see Steele, 143 S. 12th St.
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