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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1905)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAn-
the Daily Ilebraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Ilcnperlan, Vol. 31, Tho NcbniBkan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Publlflhcd dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by tho Hesperian Publish
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. Liaurenco Fosslor.
H. P. Lcavltt.
Dwlght Cramer. A. Q. Schrelbor.
Edltor-ln-Chlef J. D. Clark
MnhliRcr Fred Nauj?hton
Circulator Walter K. Hianunvcn
Athletic H. A. Van Orndol
Editorial Roonw and HiiHlness Ofllco, U.
21 V4- Post OHlce, Station A, Lincoln,
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Subscription Price, 2 per year In advance
Entered at the postofllco at Lincoln,
Nob., as second-claHB mall matter under
the act of congress of March 3, 1879.
Individual notlceB will bo charged for
at tho rate of 10 cents for each Insertion.
Faculty departmental and university bul
letins will gladly bo published freo, as
A CALL FOR MEN.
On tho twenty-first of next month
will bo nlnyod the greatest game in the
history of Nebraska athletics, when wo
meet tho champion Michigan team at
Ann Arbor. To compose the eleven
which is to pjny on that occasion there
aro only five "N" men. Does the stu
dent body know what that means? It
moans that in tho noxt threo weeks
thoro must bo found, or made, six men
who can play hotter football than has
over boeu played west of tho Missouri.
It means that thoro aro more places
open to now men than has ever been
tho ca8o since "Dummy" Booth came
to Nebraska, fivo years ago, and that
these men must be found Inside tho
next twenty days.
And for a field from which to select
theso half dozon warriors thoro is a
squad numbering less than fifty strong
in a university of a thousand men.
"Dummy" Booth can do wonders, and
no man In the country is his equal in
cloveloping a now football player, but
even ho is powerless unless ho has
something with which to begin, and
without tho men to work on ho can
never Biicceed in gotting that team
which is going to givo Michigan her
Consequently a call has gone out
for more men. And if Nebraska still
has tho spirit sho showed when tho
team came homo from Colorado and
from Minnesota in 1904, her students
will answer this call in tho way it
should bo, and tho size of tho squad
will be doubled this evening. Every
man who ever saw a game of marbles,
oven, is wanted, and tho more fact that
you aro not big, or never saw a foot
ball before, should not prevent you
from donning tho moleskins and, doing
your part to hold up Nobraska's end
of tho football string. Every man
who does get out may bo sure that ho
will havo all tho individual attention
ho needs, and will bo given a fair
chanco to show what he is made of.
This appoal is directed to each In
dividual student, and not to tho whole
mass. It is you who must bo made to
feel that somo share of responsibility
for victory or defeat re3ts upon your
self, and that If wo( meet defeat at
Ann Arbor and at Minneapolis you
alono are responsible Coach Dooth
has promised to do his share If ho is
given tho men, and tho West knows
that ho can do it. It is now up to
every student who' weighs over a hun
dred pounds and who every played
corner-lot football to get out and do
his share, and If he does so Nebrask.i
will havo tho greatest toam in Its his
tory even though tho Athletic Board
go broke buying new Btiits for tho
There are Many- Imitations of
Drug $ Book Co.
University Text Books,
Drawing Paper, Tracing
Cloth, Cross Section and
Profile papers, and other
127 South llth Str.
Dally NebraBkan Staff Positions.
Onco more wo wish to call tho at
tention of the student body to the va
cant positions on the Nebraskan, and
to urge those desirous of doing work
on tho collego daily to consult tho edi
tor at onco. There aro six places
open to the best men, and these will
not bo filled for two weeks, so that
overy ono may havo an opportunity to
show his ability In this line. An effort
is being made to secure University
credit for members of tho staff, and
as the regents havo sanctioned this,
satisfactory arrangements will doubt
lessly be made. Asldo from thj credit,
an opportunity will bo offered to do
lots of hard work and to get a large
amount of valuable experience.
Any one wishing to seo the editor
In regard to theso positions may find
him in tho editorial office, TJ. 201, at
chapel time each day.
Applications for the Glee and Man
dolin club positions continue to accu
mulate, and oVor 100 men aro now on
the list of those who wish to mako
that trip to tho Pacific coast at tho
expense of the music-loving Western
ers. No arrangements have yet been
mado as to tho" method and time of
try-outs, but they will occur in a Bhort
time and within two weeks tho work
of whipping the men into good volco
and manner will be well under way.
Those desiring places must not neglect
to enter their namds with' Mr. Dirks,
who may be seen any day at chapel
time in U. 10G.
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