Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1905)
jg j"Twft: vrm
V -- -ft
CJc Daily Hebraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Hesperian, Vol. 31, The Nobnudmn,
Vol. 10, Hearlot and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, oxcopt Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nonraflkn,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hesperian 1'upunii
Board of Directors
O. V. V. Stout. Lattronco Fossler.
II. 1 T-cuyW.
Uwlght Cramer. X ' Schrc,bor
lCdltor-ln-Chlof... J. p. Clark
MamiKor .X. Fred" Tlaugh ton
Circulator. . . .X. .... . Waltor E. Standovon
Athletic..... ...It., A. Van Ormlcl
HditbrluK'ltbomr U 'IWA. HuulnoBH Onice,
II 31'1',4. l'ost Ollleo, Station A, Lin
. coin, Nob.
OHlco hours-of BualnoBH Manager and
Kdltor, ll:qn,to 11J30 dally.
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 230&
1 i ' -
Subscription Price, 1 per year In Udvanco
Entered nt tho poiitolllco at Lincoln,
Neb., u Hocond-cloflH mall matter under
thg act of congress of March a, 1879.
Individual notlccH will bo charjjod for
at 'tho rato of 10 contH for each Insertion.
Faculty departmental and unlvoralty bul-
lotlnH will gladly bu publlBhcd free, us
Tho first fow.weoka of novolty and
Interest huvo passod by and tho oner
gotlc Freshman has turned to his
knlfo and pencil for amusomont, to
tho consequent damago of the desks'
and soats which ho occupies during
clnsscR. In rogard to this practice
of carving ono's history In tho hook
rests of a desk or on tho back of tho
scat In front, wo wish to omphaslzo
tho remarks of Chancellor Andrews at
ono of tho oaiiy convocations. Such
u practice Is deplorablo for sovoral
reasons. In tho first place, It is tho
cuuso of a loss of much time and dis
tracts a student's attontlon from a lee
turo which may bo dry, but Is. nover
4holess yaluablo or It would ..not bo
given In our University. Although
Y, M, C. A.
Soften lost 'sight of , dining tho first
year of n collogo course, tho main pur-
,. poso for which tho student Is sent
hero Is for nn ctoucntloj, perhaps su
perior to that' ivossossod by his pa
rents. "This education cannot bo pur
. chaseclrendy made, but, must ho oh-
Jtnlnort by tho sftulont himself, and.
any wasco ot uwu is to no rogroucu.
Again, this moans of.amusemoitt leads
to the destruction of University prop-
orty. .Theso holes don't, woar away
with time. Only yesterday wo saw a
desk Into which wo had carved a largo
part of our past, three years ago, and
tho markings wore still qui to distinct.
It Is a sad fact that tho Unlvorslty of
Nebraska. Is not ovor rich,, and ovory
cent taken for repairing desks Is taken
from soiiio badly neoded Improvement.
Chancellor Andrews asks for co-operation,
and. ono way in which students
can co-oporato is to refrain from using
their knives on University, proporty.
Cognate to this subject is that of
' the nttititdo in which tlio ordinary
j -T j
student regards prlyolo rights. It has
long boon tho cdmplalnt of tho resi
dents of coHegc towns that u student
looks upprfany Infringement of tho
rlghtsdf others as a legitlmato prank,
whlcn Is tho more commendable If It
-lays tho student open to criminal
prosecution. This Is doubtlessly truo
to somo extent, at least more so than
friends of tho University could wish,
nt Nebraska, and Is merely another
Instanco of the belief apparently held
by college men, that they are a body
apart from and Independent of tho
general public. This belief loads to
other things than a disregard of priv
ate rights. Ono of tho most noticeable
effects Is tho fooling of suporlorlty
over tho so-called "uneducated" man
which tho average college man hns.
Noodloss to say, both theso attitudes,
that of superiority as well ns that of
Independence, are based upon falso
principles. If tho student stands In
nny dlfforont relation to tho law than
any other citizen, It should bo that
ho ought to bo even more accountable
for his nets, and ho Is certainly not
Justified In his apparent belief that
what would be plain larceny In tho
caso of another Is nothing but a praise
worthy prank, when tlono by n student.
With every day's work on tho grid
Iron Nebraska's chances for running
up a good score against 'tholr op
ponents on next Saturday Improves
Last ovo'nlng thework consisted en
tirely of training tho men for tholr
Individual positions and a short scrim
mago. Booth and Westover aro work
Ing hard with tho men In order that
they may remedy tho faults of tho
.varsity's playing In last Saturday's
game. Tho results are already quito
evident, for tho fumbling wnB not
nearly so bad in tho practice Work
yesterday evening. The men wero
nlso given some work In forming closer
Benedict was out doing somo punt
ing last evening and from tho way In
By epecial arrangements which tho
Y. M. C. A. has mado with .Mrs. 'Day,
the Uni. people Will have the oppor
tunity of obtaining a 10-cent lunch on
the campus. Lunches consist "oT sand
wich, pie, cake and fruit. Each lunch
is packed with special care in a carton
and may be had at Y. M. C. A. rooms
each day between 11 and 12:30.
which ho booted tho ball no. ono would
know that ho had ovor had a gamo
log. Tho averago punt was about
fifty-five yards, while ho kicked oomo
i-as far a.s sixty yards; Morse was also
glvon a trial and proyod to bo nlmos
as oitectivo as Benedict. Wilson,
Morse, Little and Eagor woro all given
chances In catching and running in
punts, hut it was shown that tlio men
needed somo hard work In fhl.i part
of tho gamo In. order that this part
may bo up to tho work of tin men
In other parts of tho gnmo.
Sovoral now men Wero on tho field
last night for tiio first tlmo this sea
son, and -from tho slzo and appear
unco of somo of thorn, tjioro ought to
ho something doing. Wonstrand wns
ono of thoso llkoly candidates and if
he -hoops up with tho pace ho set last
sonson in class football ho ought to
mn"ko somo of tho lino men work to
hold their positions. His wplght Is
obottt ono hundred and ninety pounds,
There aro plenty of other big men ia
Our Megaphones, Kentucky
Bands and Colors do it
Fountain Peris-The Best:
Modern, self-filler, middle-joint, A. A.
INSTRUMENTS OF ALL KIND-BOTANY,
ZOOLOQY AND COMBINED SETS
NO BETTER CANDIES THAN OURS
University Book Store,
340 North Uth
school who would hid fair for varsity
honors If they would got out and Into
..LEST WE fORGET..
School of Music Cafo now open.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th.
Dr. Haggard, 212-2-3-Rlchnrds Blk.
Unl Music Cafe, $3.00 tlckots, ?2.85.
Chapln Bros, Florists, m So. 13th.
Star Delivery Co., Baggage. Both
Best lG-cont meals. Phoenix Res
taurant. Eat at Don Camerou's now restau
rant, 119 So 12th Si.
Don't forgot that tho County Fair is
coming off October 28. Look out for
further notice in Tho Nobraskan.
November 1st Is tho dato fixed for
tho cadots to bo In tholr uniforms.
That moans that all mousurements
should bo handed in at onco. Palno's
- Miss Mary E. Spraguo will be mar
ried to lr. -Geprgo. D. Prigmoro at
Chehalls, Wash., this ovening. Miss
Spraguo was onco a student In tho
Univorslty anft hns many friends In
John Tobjn, '03, and later star guard
on Stagg's oloven, assisted Coach
Booth in showing tho lino men how
to do It last night. Mr. Tobln is re
maining in -Lincoln this winter; and
will, probably bo out on tho field fre
quently. If tho operator is to Write as r-.at as
she can read, sho must bo able to SEE
also. t '
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
136 No. 11th St.
Bell Phone, 348; Auto 3881.
tl ma it
Drug Book Co.
University Text Books,
Drawing Paper, Tracing
Cloth, Cross Section and
Profile papers, and other
127 South Uth Str.
C A. Tucker, Jeweler
Dr. Sam'l. S. Shean
ll3 O STREET
Your Pntrnnaan .Rrlol frl
....EAT AT THE..
GOOD HEALTH CAfE
Naw Location Gor. I2ih and P,
TASTES LIKE MOU13
Rlggs, The Drug Cutter
1321 O St.
0 ' ,
ill I-I4 "MII,p (I
Powered by Open ONI