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A coruolldatlon of
Tho Hoapcrlan, Vol. 31, Tho Nobrnukan,
Vol. 10, Scarlot and Cream, Vol. 4.
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A" BRIGHT EXAMPLE.
Conch Booth sent Into the Knox
gumo InBt Saturday e. man who had
never nlnved football before In his
life with tho exception of a couple of
little class games last fall, and who
had been out at practice less than one
weoki This should bo an example to
every one of those husky youths who
slouch around the" campus every day
and sit on the bleachers during the
.practice hours, wishing that they had
learned to play football ten years ago.
This one man has been in school more
than three years, and yet it never oc
curred to him that It was his duty to
got out and try for the team until a
It ia not too late by any means, for
the season has just begun, and In the
month remaining before tho Minne
sota game Booth can make a guard
out of anything having more life than
a fence-post, Every big man get out,
then, and help duplicate tho score of
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
The Sunday afternoon meeting was
In charge of the Finance Committee.
Mrs. Hinman, a member' pf the Ad
visory Committee, spoke. She ex
plained the advantage of systematic
giving and urged that every associa
tion girl try tho plan oven if sho could
give only a little. There was special
, All Bible classes organize and begin
work this week. If you haven't al
ready enrolled, be sure to do so.
Leaders for noon meetings: Tues
day, Anna Stewart; Wednesday, Eliza
beth King; Thursday, Flossy Erford;
Friday, Kate Heacock.
The County Fair has been post
poned that It might not interfere with
the Faculty Carnival. Tho date is
now November. Look out for fur
To Students & Glee Club Members
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Y. M. C. A. Notes.
Mr. J. P. Bailey addressed the 'men's
meeting in Art Hall Jiasr Sunday. It
is hardly necessary to say that the
Bervlco was up to the usual standard.
Mr. -Bailey spoke with his accustomed
Vigor and enthusiasm' along the lino
of opportunities for service In the
Student Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation. He stated that the Associa
tion ought to appeal to all men' be
cause it gives them, a large opportunity"
to serve their fellow sttidents.
Word has been received that Mr. W.
A. Tener and Mr. Kenneth C. Mac
Arthur, both student secretaries of
the International Committee of the Y.
...UNION SUITS THAT FIT EVERYWHERE...
For thern cold dismal days $1.00 up
and big values for every piece of money.
BUDD - $2.50 Hatter
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The long-deferred Freshman elec
tion will probably come on Thursday
of this week and the Sophomores have
whereby they can
ing. The Freshnu
reak up the meet-
n election nas m
cause of the first
j classes each year,:
and this time there is going to be no
exception to the rule. The Freshmen
are already planning to wear caps the
first .semester Instead of waiting until
spring to come, when a little cap cov
ering one-tenth of your head isn't quite
as Uncomfortable as it is in tho win
ter tlme for they are bent on show
ing their superiority over their nat
ural enemies immediately, and not
wait until next semester. Class poli
ces Is getting hotter tliQ longer the
first meeting Is delayed, and it is be
ginning to look as though the outsiders
are going to break the Omaha-Lincoln
combination and elect a president from
some other town. From the latest re
ports the candidates from the two
cities are still InHJie race, and neither
intends to withdraw In favor of thfc
ot,her. , Unless somo .agreement is
reached, a third candidate will proba
bly win the prize.
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coach picked him up last week and
ordered him to put on togs.' It Is ab
surd to think that In a college the
size of Nebraska there are not plenty
of othor men who can play just as
good or better football than ho can, if
they only gave themselves a fair
chnnco.-and these men owe It to them-
solyeB to get out. It would appear at
Aral blush as if-no pno wquld 'ever
need" any urging to win an "N" In foot
ball, but such seems to be the case.
Nebraska Is not In the condition of
Wisconsin, forcod to send up a cry
every day for new men, und with a
football squad of only thirty men, but
she does need more big "men to get
out, and strengthen the team. It Is up
to Nebraska to have the best team sho
ever had this yearf and if that team
does not materialize, sovoral bitter
, defoats are In store for us. After the
game last Saturday It looks as If we
already have tho team tp defeat Min
nesota as, she is ..today, bujt tho Gopher
game does not come for a month ..yet,
nnd in that time a team can be .trans
formed. - For .that game yG have got
tohavo'blg men. and if the Freshman,
rule, R(en,foEced,.we must have upper
classmqnr. .Let, ten or a "dozen mom
Seniors and Juniors do as the. example
. did, ana Nebraska' can play any team
Inthb weseand still play ha-Freshmen.
M. C. A., will be in Lincoln sorrio tlmo
within tho tiext month or two. More
definite announcements will 'be made
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Twenty eight Join.
In spite of the cold, rainy weather
without, the Stduents' Debating Club
last Saturday night did not fall to,
draw Its usual crowd within ,its cosy
quarters in Union ,Hnll. More than
twenty-eight men , declared their de
sire and intention of joining the club.
Tho parliamentary practice lasted for
forty-five minutes and Its legal techni
calities we.ro elucidated by Critic Al
len Johnson from the Law Depart
Tho question of the "closed shop"
was ably advocated by Swenson and
Paul on the affirmative and honestly
opposed by Martin and Simon on the
Tho matter of co-operating with the
Union Society in tho repairing of the
hall was brought. up and Paul, Bcdnar
and.Swdnson were appointed to Inves
tigate and report at the next meeting.
For next Saturday evening the ques
tion of pigh vs. Low License will bo
debated -by Ajlen Johnson arid B. P,
Dobbs oh the affirmative .and J. E.
Ballard and Whitney, on the negative.
Uril Music Cafe, v$3.00' tickets $2.85. '
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