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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN.
Zb Daily Dtbraskan
A cotiHolldatlon of
Tho IIoHporlan. Vol. 31. Tho Nebraflkan,
Vol. 10. Scarlet and Croam. Vol. 4.
PubllBlipd dully, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nobranka.
Lincoln. Neb., by tho IIoHporlan Publish
Board tf Director.
O. V. P. Stout. Laurence Founlor.
II. P. Lwivltt.
Dwlght Cramor. A. C). Hchrelber.
Elltor-ln-Chlef D. Clark
Manager Fred NiitiKliton
Circulator Wnltor K Standeven
Athletic H. A. Van Ormlel
Editorial Iloomn and HimlnoHB OfTlce. II.
21Ut. I'OHt omce. Station A. Lincoln.
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Subscription Prloe. 12 per year In advance
Entnrod at the pontofllco at Lincoln.
Neb., as nupond-rlann mall matter undor
tho act of conferee of March 3, 1879.
Individual notlcon will bo charmed for
nt the rate of 10 centn for each Innertlon.
Faculty departmental and unlverHlty bul
lotlnB will Kindly be published free. a
up the students would follow tholr example.
New Man Leaves,
has doveloped that Fnrrow, tho
210-potinder from Aurora, who Joined
the football squad Inst week and who
yesterday departed for Doano, wan led
to leavo NebrnHka by tho promise of o
good position on the Donne team. For
threo yenrB Farrow was n star player
on his home high school eleven and
his arrival hero was tho causo of much
Joy among adherontB of tho local team.
At tho beginning of tho year wo feel
thnt It Is our duty to say a fow words
concerning tho convocation oxorclsos.
As to thoso hold on Friday of each
wook, thoro la nothing to bo said, for
tho attondanco and lnfbrcst 1b all that
could bo HBked for, showing that tho
students appreciate the treat affordo'l
thorn. But aB to tho attondanco on
Mondays and Wednesdays, thoro Ib
much to bo donlrod, and It Is thoso ex
orcises that wo urgo tho student body
to attend. Coming only threo dayu a
wook, the convocation hour In no way
conlllctH with class meetings or other
appointments, so that It comes down
to tho simple question of loafing or
going to chapel for certainly nobody
was over able to do much studying
nt thnt hour. looking at It In this
light, wo fall to see how any student
can, in Justico to himself, fall to at
tend thoso exorcises regularly. The
convocation committee always en
deavors to havo tho very best speak
orB address tho audience on tho 'Siiost
Tho work of tho football squad still
continues to bo hotter, and moro speed
and Biirenoss on tho part of the plny
ors Is being doveloped each day. Some
Blxty men wero out for practlco yeB
terdny. This Is tho largest number of
men that has over reported for foot
ball In tho history of tho University.
Denodlct was out again nnd his
knee seems to bo in much better con
dition. Ho goes to the training table
this evening nnd will be In active
training from now on. Roddick, ono
of last year'B likely candidates, was
out for tho first tlmo this season. All
tho mon aro being given hard work
and ovory posBlblo chanco to make
Tho first and sccond-cams lined up
against each other today for a stlfT
scrimmage. Tho tacklo and guard for
mations wore UBod, and to good effect.
Morso and Wilson wero given prac
tice at running In punts and showed
considerable Improvement over laBt
Saturday's showing Cotton, Morse
and Heekly wero doing most of tho
punting, while Taylor, Nelson and
Horg all took practice at passing back
The field Is being put Into excellent
condition . The ends aro Bpadod up,
and n soft, loamy sand Is being placod
over this The semaphore will bo put
up and In une by Saturday.
With the South Dakota gamo only a
woi'k distant, tho men will Immediate
ly get down to definite work. Pros
pects are much brighter with Glen
Mason, ISagcr and Henedlct, threo of
last your "it stars, back In tho gnmo.
Don't Do It, Fellows, Don't Do It!
When you pay fl.00 for a hat you pay fc.od for PRICE,
tho Vest for HAT.
My Hats are T0PPY!-Thc price $2.50.
Why pay more?
Interesting and most Important topics
of tho "(lay, and they certainly Buccood
In their effort. Tho lack of interest
on tho part of most students la prob
ably duo to tho fact thnt those ad
droHsoa nro ovorydny occurrences nnd
consequently they paBs by opportuni
ties which they would only too gladly
accept If thoy were not In tho Univer
sity. Tho faculty, alBo, are somewhat lax
in this matter, nd an oven smaller
proportion of thorn than of students
attend at all regularly, and thoy have
oven less excuse for not doing so. It
is an accepted proposition that a pro
fessor Is wise beyond words, so ho
can appreciate tho value of the exer
cises. In other respects he is on a
par with the student, for ho has no
classes und need make no appoint
ments fpr that hour. Perhaps if the
gentlemen of the faculty would brace
Nebraska will have tho strongest back
field In years this season.
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