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THE DAIJLY NEBRASKAN.
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Zb Daily Jlebraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Hcflpcrlan, Vol. 31, The Nobroukan,
' Vol. 10, Bcarlot and Cream, Vol. 4.
PubllBhcd dally, oxcopt Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Ngb., by tho Hoaporlun PubllBh
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. Lauronco FosBler.
II. P. Leavltt. t ,
Dwlght Cramer. A. a. Schrolbor.
Kdltor-ln-Chlof J. p. Clark
Manager red NauRhton
Circulator .Walter ID. Btandovon
Athletic K. A. Van Oradcl
Editorial Roomc. U 804. DuBlncsrf Olllco,
U 211. Post OHIco, Station A, Lin
Omco hours of Duslness Manager and
Editor, 11:00 to 11:30 tiaiiy.
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Subscription Price, $2 per year In advanco
Entered at tho poBtoinco at Lincoln,
Nob., as Bocond-claBS mall mattor undor
tho act of congress of March 3, 1879.
Individual notices will bo charRed for
at tho rato of 10 cents for each Insertion.
Faculty departmental and university bul
letins will gladly bo published froo, as
good thing. Lot us have plerity of it.
Today Is tho day that tho varsity
should bo given a howling send off In
tho first hard gamo of tho season. Tho
rooting leaders wm bo at tholr places
In front-of tho grandstand, and If over
Nebraska yelled and cheered a team
on to victory they should do It today.
With tho Michigan gamo only two
weoks ahead tho men need all tho en
couragement that tho studfints can
glvo them. It Is very little to ask that
ench student bring a megaphone onco
a week, and encourage tho men in
tholr work. What Is this in compari
son with their hard work on the field
overy day In tho weok.
Mannger Morrison will havo tho
band to aid the rooters, and tho root
ing section will be tho samo old place
on tho bleachers. Follows, bring your
megaphones, and encourage tho de
fenders of tho scarlet and cream, and
Nebraska's old traditions.
Tho action of a largo numbor of
students at convocation yesterday
.morning was cortainly strange, to say J
tho loast, for collogo mort. Tho usual
crowd nttendpd tho song recital, and
as tho co-eds predominated, their side
soon filled up, both down-stairs and
balcony, and still a largo numbor had
to remain standing In tho back part
of tho hall. As -the Beats there wore
occupied by so-called gontlomon, one
would suppose that thoy would Imme
diately surronder their seats to tho
ladles who woro forced to stand, and
would find place's in tho south gallery,
which was bv no moans full. No sin
glo ono of thorn seemed to make any
move In this direction, however, and
consequently tho strangers present
woro affordod tho umiBual sight of
seeing a dozon rows of men occupying
souls, backod up by forty or fifty
young ladleB standing up.
This Is only ono of two or three
ways In which students fall to show
tho ordinary amonltloa of life while
on tho campiis or in tho Unlvorslty
bulldjngs. In other respects they are
. equally noglrgpnt, and instead of be
ing models -from whom thoso whoso
advantages fn llfo havo not been so
great could lake oxamplo, they do not
soeni lo understand tho requirements
of good broqdlng. Tho plea that thoro
aro bo muny girls ho knows doeB- not
OXCU80 n gentleman from doffing his
hat vhenoor ho moots a lady of his
ac'iiualpiunco on tho campus. The fact
that town mon smoke in tho grand
stand at football and baseball garpos
is no justification for a student follow
' ing tholr exampld. These aro only a
few minor, points, porhaps, but they
nil show how tho wind blows, and
should certainly bo corrected in col
To tho Editor of tho Dally Nobraskan:
Dear Sir In your Issuo of yesterday
(Octobor 6th) appeared an article
hoaded "Serilor Elpctlon," in tho course
of which thoso -words appeared: "Ru
mor has It that tho chief contest is lo
bo between the Sphinx and Innocent
Societies." As a mombor nnd in tho
interost of tho Innocent Society, I
feel compelled to correct, through
your columns, such an erroneous state
ment. I am not at liberty to relate
In detail the purpose for which tho
Innocents exist, but this much I wish
to state In terms most eiriphatlc: The
Innocont Society exists primarily for
the fostering nnd upbuilding of gonu
Ino college spirit and In no case, nor
undor nny circumstances does tho so
ciety exist or tako part In class or
Unlvorslty affairs as a political or
ganization. To do so would immedi
ately handicap us in tho work wo at
tempt to do, for It would inevitably
detract from us the support and aid
of faculty and students which wemost
surely neod in tho consummation pf
It is unjust to thus Incriminate the
Innocent Society upon tho moro foun
dation. jof a rumor or bottomless pro
sumption, and I trust that after this
explanation tho Dally Nebraskan will
Win tho futuro) refrain from creating
such false impressions concerning an
organization which exists for. the wel
fare of tho University.
CLEMENT L. WALDRON.
There are Many Imitations of
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.TO THE ROOTER8.
In any and every contest thoro aro
three parties concornod, thp two con
testants, nnd tho audience. Its a
matter of much Import to tho contest
ants how much opposition thoy haVe
to overcome in tho minds of tho spec
tators." A college athletic team la
mad almost as much hy tho spirit
among tho students as by tho person
noU of tho team Itself, and collogo
. spirit Is "more effectively and convinc
ingly shown , by tho attondanco at
athletic gamos, and rooting. Pull
many a gamo has been won as much1
.from tho side llrtcs as by tho mon on
the fleld. Hearty cheering Is a mighty
Tho rooting squads for tho football
sonson, will bo organized at tho gamo
this afternoon, and overy .one who In
tends to root this fall should be sure
to como early In order to bo assigned
to positions. TJho best seats in tho
oaBt bleachers, directly opposite the
fifty-five yard lino, havo been assigned
for tho uso of tho .rooters only, and
no ono wll bo admitted to this sec
tion un.loss ho has a megaphone
Learn tho following yolls:
No. 1. ,
Oh My I
TJ, rah, rah, U, rah, rah,
' U, rah, U, rah, Nebraska, p
U, rah, rah, U, rah, rah,
U, rah,U, rah, Nebraska.
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Boom to Ian", Nebraska!
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Tho Nobraskan was mistaken yes
terday In its statement that Mr. Don
Skoen was a member of both tho In
nocent and Sphinx soclotles, and was
tho candidate of tho latter organiza
tion. Mr. Skeen Is not an Innocent,
and ho denies that ho Is the candi
date of any ono organization br divi
sion of tho class, but Is running with
out having made any promises at all.
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Sale of Seasqn Tickets to Continue.
Tho football management has de
cided to continue tho sale of season
tickets for ope week longer, the price
to bo reduced on account of tho two
games which .havo alroady boon
played. Tho salo of tickets this year
was greatly In oxcesB .of that of .Jor
mor years, largely duo to tho numocjr
of downtown purchasers. On account
of this largo demand, tile salo has
been extended. Tho only place whoro
thoy can bo obtained now Is at Harry
Porter's, on O street.
Eat at tho Unl. School of Music
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