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THE DAILY NfeBRASKAN.
J. ? N
Cj)e Daily Tlcbraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Hesperian, Vol. 31, Tho Nobraskan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, oxcoiit Sunday and
Monday, ut the University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by tho Hosporlan Publlsh
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. Lauronco Fossler.
II. P. Loavltt.
Dwlght Cramer. .A. a. Schrolbor.
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.NEW DRILL REGULATIONS.
It will como 08 a most plpftsant attr
prlao to tho students of tho Unlvor
alty to loam that our now command
ant, Captain Worklzor, has made the
now provisions concerning tho drill
requirements of men who roprosent
tho University in athletic. For somo
ronsonor other therd has always boon
moro or loss friction botweon tho ath
letic and military authorities, Which
has always hitherto caused much hard
fooling on the part of those studonta
who want to sco Nebraska in tho top
notch In respect to athletic prowess,
and who feol that special concessions
should bo mado for those who spend
their onergy and time In that direc
tion. This conflict culminated last
spring in the expulsion of the baseball
team from tho athletic field ono after
noon when they had stayed a Httlo
longoV than tho authorities had de-
cidod they wore entitled to, and many
folt nhat tho mjlitnry department
would mnkosuch stringent regulations
regarding tho oxcuso pf men for tho
present football season that no ono
whohad not completed tho require
ments as to drill would have an op
portunity to tnako tho team. Captabi
Worklzor has shown, however, that
ho Is thoroughly in sympathy with
Nebraska athletic tondoncles, and In
tho now rulos has made moro liberal
provisions than tho most optimistic
had darod dream of. This is all the
moro rmnaY'kablo in that ho has mntlo
this movo upon his own initiative, and
has not hbon lmportunod bytho Ath
letloCoard to oxcuso tho football men.
By thiB, ho has shown that ho pos
sesses all tho qualities' that go to make
a commandant popular, and with this
advnntnge, ho will doubtless bring the
battalion to a higher point of efllcl
oncy 'than any of his predecessors. .
Tho first number of Ufa second vol
umo of tho Unlvorslty Journal has just
been jssuod. Tho Journal was begun
last year for tho purpose of keeping
teachers thoughout tho state In 'touch
with tho Unlvorslty, thus exciting an
Interest whlcli will ultimately result
In a largely Increased enrollment. Mr.
" C. E. Porsingor Is managing editor,
'and Is nsslBtod by a representative
from each collego and school of tho
University. The number Jus't Issuod
contains an article entitled "Nobraska
History in Nebraska Schools," by Pro-
, fqssor Caldwell illustrated with an
old map of -the original Nebraska Tor-
rltory. Othor articles aro: "Accred
ited Schools," by Professor Hodgman;
"Growth of Alumni Interest," by Mr.
Darrott of tho Historical Society;
"Vocal Music in tho Public Schools,"
by Director Kimball, nnd an essential
ly practical article on "Tho Improving
of tho. Corn Crop," by Mr. Avery.
CO-ED8 WIN OUT.
(Continued from page 1.)
lleved sincerely that Mr. Skeon had
nothing to do with tho stealing of tho
box. Mr. Anderson then expressed
himself as feeling that tho class of
1905 ought to bo able to get through
collego without having any kard Tool
ings stirred up by politics, and moved
that Miss Trigg be declared tho unani
mous choice of the class. This was
carried, and Miss Trigg took tho chair.
In her Inaugural roYno,rks, sho said
that sho had not promised' anybody
any position on tho committees which
It was her prorogate to appoint, and
that In her appointments It would be
her aim to select only those men who
would sorvo tho class best. As a
number. of those present had classes,
It was decided not to continue tho
olection of officers, but to adjourn un
til somo time next week.
GLEE CLUB PRIZES.
(Continued from pago 1.)
only half of these will be able to make
tho trip, and tho contest between
them, to sec who the fortunate ones
are to bo will insure every man doing
his best all winter, and assures Ne
braska of tho finest Glee Club In the
Scrubs Defeat High School.
Yesterday was tho University
Scrubs' day and they won the honors
of the gridiron by defeating tho Lin
coln High School ' team in a fast,
snappy game of fifteen-minute halves.
The score was 6 to 0, tho points being
made on a safety and. a drop-kick.
Tho Lincoln eleven kicked off In
opening tho first half, tiio sphere go
ing to tho twenty-yard line. Butler
returned tho ball fifteen yards. Aftor
a few downs, Drain carried' tho ball
twenty-five yards toward tho High
School goal. Soon after this run tho
second team was forced to punt, the
ball being caught by a Lincoln man
on tho two-yard lino nnd was carried
over tho line, scoring a safety for the
Scrub?. Tho; High School then punted
to their opponents, who returned a
fow yards, when Drain, by on.o of tho
prettiest drop-kicks seen on tho local
field this year, scored four points.
This was tho last scoring done during
tho game. i$
Lincoln again kicked off, but tho
second team carried the. ball back Into
their opponents' .territory nnd tho first
half ended with the ball on thai-High
School's twenty-flvo-yardllno. Young
Bonder did somo oxcollent work In this
half and was used frequently to ad
vanco thrqugh tacklo. Ho seldom
fallod to gain ground.
Brisk play characterized tho open
ing of tho second half. Tho second
team kicked off to tho High School,
which .failed to return tho ball moro
than fivo yards. However, by a punt
tho ball was sent to tho center of tho
Hold. Horo tho' High School boys
tried to go through the Scrub line, but
woro fairly well hold. Lincoln now
attempted a fuko play and lost several
yards., Tho High School eleven was
ponallzed fifteen yards because Tighe,
quarter-back, advancQd tho ball with
out its having been touched by an
other player. Thfs half, closed with,
tho ball near tho goal lino or tho High
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