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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
CJc Da? Ylibvaskan
A connolldatlon of
Tho IIcBporian, Vol. 31, Tho Nobraakiui,
Vol. 10, tfbarlot and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, oxcopt Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
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REMARKABLE CLA88 8PIRIT.
Tho Sonlor oloctlon yostorday
brought to tho foro a romarkahlo Illus
tration of class spirit on tho part of a
number of Btudonts who havo In some
way managed to got along In college
so as to bo ratpd as Sonlora now. Tho
first InBtnnco of, this extraordinary
spirit was during tho cIbsb mooting
whon an Ineffectual attempt was-mado
to olect a president, and a numbor of
rrion stuffed tho ballot box beyond
recognition. This was done twice, nnd
'cortainly showo.d that Bomo of tho up-por-claBsmon
havo a deplorable lack
of tho moBt ordinary fooling of honesty
nnd Intogrlty. But this was surpassed
.by an Instance of treachery undoubt
edly unparalleled in tho history of Ne
braska, and perhaps of any other
school. Wo rofor to tho action of at.
least ono Sonlor who Instigated tho
Juniors who stolo tho ballot box dur
ing the afternoon, for tho evident pur
pose of saving his candidate from an
annarent defeat, and In, order to delay
the election for a fow days so that'
moro supporters could bo maintained.
Tho statement that a morabor.. of that
class aided In tho humiliation of his
class at tho hands of tho. Juniors may
bo received with disbelief by tho stu
dents, but it is nevertheless tho fact
"that a Sonlor called tho Juniors who
stolo tho box out of a laboratory, and
suggested that thoy make- way with
tho box; that this Sonlor was one of
tho most ardont supporters of ono of
tho candidates, and that ho loolted on
from tho postofllco window while the
theft occurred, made no move towards
saving tho box, 4and later oxp'rossed
surprise when told that' it had been
stolen. These,, circumstances point to
a fooling on the part of , the- traitor
that all Is fair in politics, and that tho
ond justifies tho menns, ' principles
which havo no placo in presontdaV.
civilization. It is only fair to say
that tho candidate supported, by this
Senior had no knowledge whatever
of tho action tnkon by him, and is en
tirely freo from all blame in tho af
fair. But the Sonior (n question, nnd
thoa'o connected with him in hls'ac
tion nre open to an indictment as being
unworthy -of tho confldonco and re
spect of any loyal student.
What Michigan Thinks.
Tho following is clipped from tho
Michigan Daily of Octobor 10, and
shows how Michigan enthusiasts re
gard tho Nebraska game. There aro
a fow glaring errors In tho artlclo,
such as tho statement that wo hold
Minnesota down to a 6 to 0 score
against us in 1902, and that wo lot men
play longor than four years, but other
wise it shows great foresight as to
what they aro going to run up against
a week from Saturday:
"Then comes the Nebraska game on
Saturday, Octobor 21, and tho Corn
huskors will probably put up tho best
gamo of any which will bo played In
Ann Arbor this year, it being tho com'
mon opinion among students that tho
Nebraska gamo will be oven better
than tho Wisconsin game, tho only
other large game which tho majority
of Michigan Btudonts will havo tho
opportunity of seeing. Nebraska al
ways has a strong team, for tho past
two years holding Minnesota to a' 6
to 0 and 16 to 12 score, respectively.
Thoy aro not members, of tho Big Nino
and consequently are not bound by the
freshman eligibility rule, nor do thoy
live up to tho usual rulo concerning
playors bolng Ineligible after four
years' playing. Last Saturday thoy
snowod under the strong South Da
kota eleven 42 to 6, tho Dakota team
scoring one touchdown on afluke.
Manager Morrison, while scheduling
tho Minnesota gamo at Minneapolis
recently, saw tho Gophers in action
By special arrangements which the
Y. M. C. A. has made with Mrs. Day,
the lnl. people Will have the oppor
tunity of obtaining a 10-cent lunch on
the campus. Lunches consist of sand
wich, pie, cake and fruit Each lunch
is packed vth special care in a carton
and may be 'had at Y. M. C. A. rooms
each day between 11 and 12:30.
and said afterward that while he
thought Minnesota was fast, Nebraska
was juat 'a -llttlec bit bettor. . Tho 'No
brnskan' recently said that thoy ex
pected; to at least score on both Michi
gan and Minnesota."
"Wo received a communication from
a fow Junlqrs last ovcjilng, saying that
tho class as a. whole deprecated the
action of those members who stolo
tho EJenlof ballot, box. As wo do not
feel that any throe or four have n
right or are privileged to spoak for
tho entire class, we do not prlni tho
communication, but aro glad to state
that some' of tho class aro not in sym
pathy with tho theft.
Selection of Glee Club.
Tho last try-out of tho Glee Club
occurred last evening, and the mon
who aro to havo places will bo picked
today. Thirty-six, mon will be se
lected, although only half that 'many
will bo able to make the trip next
WE BELIEVE IN
And believe that every .lOyal University
student should patronize Nebraskan ad
vertisers. They will fincj them to be the
leaders in their particular lines and will
ing to do everything posfible to please
you. Why not show your loyalty to the
University and to your own paper?
PR. JOHN J. DAVIS
1323 O St., LINCOLN
Jloom 20. Auto. Phone, Office 3021; Res. 2818
(Continued from page 1.)
is cortainly something wrong". Indi
cations point to tho strongest team in
Nebraska's history, with tho fullest
complement of substitutes, whereas
Minnesota seems to bo rathor weaker
than last yoar; so that our chances 'of
winning this gamo aro tho brightest
thoy havo over, been, &ntl with tho
crowd of supporters that is certain to
bo present, that six to nothing score' is
In danger of being duplicated.
Union Program, Oct. 13, 1905.
Through Yellowstone on a Bike . .
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Reading Miss Jamison
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Essay Miss Shotwoll
Reading.. Mr. Waldo
Piano Solo I...... Miss Esbox
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