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T-E DUL.V NEBRASKAN.
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the Daily Hebrasjun.
Tho Hcsporlnn, Vol
Vol. 10, 'Bcnrlot and
. 8i, Tho Nobnfcikan,
ind Crcarrt, Vol. 4. -
PubllBhed dally, exec
ly, except eunuay nu
Mnnrtnv. at tho UtllVoniUy .01 NOBrMWi,
Lincoln,. ob., by tho Hesperian fudiibu
O. V. P. Stout.
Board of Direct on.
H. P. Iicavltt.
A, a. Schrolbor.
Edltor-ln-Chlef . ..'....' . . . jfP' S!?llJ
Manaxer Fred Naughton
Circulator Walter E Standewn
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Subscription Pricbl3jor year In advance
Entered af tho poBtoitloo at Llncqlri.
Nob., an oocond-clnBS mall matter under
tho act of congrcaa of March 8, 1870.
Individual notices will bo charged for
at tho rate of 10- cents for each Insertion.
Faculty departmental and .university bul
letins will gladly bo published froo, as
TO THE ALUMNI.
As this Issue of tho Nobraskan, will
go to every alumni It Is possible to
', roach, wo tako this opportunity to say
a fow wordB ,to thom.
Ono great noojl'of' tho University of
"NJNobraska, Is aclosor relationship be
tween tno Bcnoor anu uiu,'uuumin n
t'oemfivto bo a characteristic of tho
grout Wostorn universities that they
fall to koop lntouch "with their gradur
atcs, and Nobraskals no excoptlon In
this respect. It Is twsvfault which
tho Nobraskan Is endeavoring, to cor
mat In flnmo decree, and It asks. tho
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alumni to aid it In doing so. LaBfc
year an alumni department was "estab
lished under Mr. B. F. Piper, and In a
short time was doing excollent work.
-This year tho same plan will bo fol
. lowed, and with tho assistance of thoso
who have left tho UnlS'erslty to en
gage at first-hand In a fight with the
world, wo hope toprpcure oven better
results. , v v
What wq deBlro of tho alumni is
that thoy should use tho Nebraskan
anu can ,also hear of his classmates
through tho alumni note's In addition
to tills, ho would have, tho satisfaction
of knowing that ho is supporting a
INTERCLA88 ATHLETICS.: .
No stops havo yet beon taken by tho
different classes towards organizing
football Amkbasket-ball teams, and in
light of past experience their is a
widespread sentiment that something
'should bo done at once, or else tho
games will' drag along and tho chant
pionshlinot bo settled until the time
it was last year, whdn tho final garao
was not played until tho middle of De
comber on a frozen flold.
' It is often tho cas6 that these In
tercfass contests bring to tho front
mon'who can play football of a class
which Would -place -them on -tho 'first
squad, had thoy only boon discovered.
If any such mon aro hiding around tho
University now they aro noodod and
noeded badly, so tho sooner the classes
.gqt down to work tho better.
It is to be hopod that there will bo
no such squabble, In tho Intorclass
Athletic JBoard as tfecurrod last .year,
when tho law classes forced recogni
tion. This question should bo settled!
definitely boforo,tho end of next week
elthor for or against the law students,
and then there will bo no room for
suclua deplorable sltuatlon.as was en
countered last year.
w In most of the great universities the
Freshman teams havo already played
a number of games with different high,
schools, and many would like to soo
this practice at Nebraska. Several
years ago tho Lincoln High School
4cam usetf to, play" -witty tho different
classes each autumn, and there Is no
good reason why such contests should
not bo arranged again. ' If such a
thing is pos8iblo,,tho Freshman team
at Nebraska can: bo what it Is at other
colleges a training school for future
Our' Classified Column. "v
Tho Nobraskan has this year begun
a regular" classified column of Wants,
II FQQ-TBALU JEASCiNriCBCETS: I
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, (Jo off sale Saturday Sept30
On Sale at Nebraskan Office and
Harryi Porter ' Price $3.00
ISwellpstonfarth ' 11
for the: Price J ; I
OiViiioai r Mm 't j
PU CALFfyfc- .AA
ight stales Button, Lace BhB(5L Q M
8 . ; '9K Patent Colt or Kid, Lace, 8 J
9 i&MfimWmWmW new toes,. o m
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8 Dr. Sam'L Si Sheaii . wral STnwDiJgci I
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.Your PatrorTage' Soll.ii J GOOD HEALTH CAfE 1
' as the medium for acquainting tho
' University students and faculty "with,
their vhoreabout and ; occupation.
Tho University is not so. largo that
each' Senloiv is hot known to a largo
' number -or professors and students,
'..who wlfl always be glad tofhfidr,of
them afow times each year, and thoro
. can be W better way of "keeping in
touch with tholr friends than through
i tho . Nobraskan, , f
, "Wo would also like to havo every
alumni or ex-studont oVour subscrip
tion list. Already tho foreign subscrip
tions to tho, Nobraskan aro almost as
3 numorbus' as the local, but there tfro
stlU-a. largo majority, of tho alumni
who do ot receive' the paper. f. We
feel that a subscription would wbb mu
tually advantageous to the Nebras-,
kan for obvious reasons to the sub
scriber because hecan always know
Lost, Fbundi o.tc, and "it has already
proved a gr'dol success. To two'ad
vortl80monts thoro werd seven replies
In ono da, ttnd almost every other ad
vertisement called forth at least one,
reply. .As twe announce on anothor
page, Nebraskan Want Ads Bring Re
Popular Professor Very .8ck.
Professor Brace' of tho Physics de
partment lies very low at hjis hqmo In
tho city, suffering from ' a carbuncle
on .his right cheek. Wednesday the
chancos for his reebvory wero ve?y
small'but lato y'esterdty afternoon ho
grew better and it is now thought the
professor wjlljepover.. The -catbunclo
was. taken out of the patients face
y'esterday by a Chicago surgeon. Late
last night the professor's temperature
What is going on at Ills alma ma(erjhad gone down several degreed.
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