The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 18, 1905, Image 1

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Vol. V, No. J7
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, J905,
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BIO MASSMEETING
WILL BE HELD TOMORROW TO
AROUSE ENTHU8IA3M.
Football Team to Be Given Great 8end
Off by 8tudents Men in Good
Condition 8nappy Practice.
Booth has his football men practic
ing on sod this weok In order that
they will bo able to keep their footing
on the Michigan field Saturday. Michi
gan has a. field similar to that of Mln
necota, and the men who played in
the Minnesota game last year know
what it is to bo handicapped by going
on to ground without any previous
practice on ground that Is similar. The
men -practiced at the State Farm on
Monday evening and last night on the
vacant piece of ground Just southwest
of tho library 1 iusHinai iooiuau ontnusiasts
The men are experiencing some of ' iT' Zf mP ! ""
tho hardest work this week they have ' 0n "! tWhenlthe men, loave
had this season, or any team r6pre-Ch I? In that eve,ne a good send
sentlng Nebraska has had any oLv'ZZ ' "
season. Every candidate Is being1 Ii v, ? dUfty,' ov cn-
given a fair trial, and the different j TlTtl ?tU?ent ,t0 tako
1 , upon himself the work of seelnir thnt
for W!rh Ho-narnHnn ,, JL 7
for with a desperation that means .the
development 6t first-class material.
Every man on tho squad Is entering
Into tho game with a determination
to down Michigan, and It Js surely
gratifying to the supporters and
coaches at. tho latonse enthusiasm that
is being manifested.
Last night both Booth and West
over worked on the candidates for the
guard positions. It has long been felt
by these men that Nebraska was sure
ly1 in need of a man that could keep
pace with Taylor. But many have
been tried, yet the coaches were not
satisfied. Thomen who wore tried
last night wore Rice, Nelson, Harvey,.
Jenkins, and Wenstrandt. The last
two namod are new men. who have
been on the varsity squad, but a few
days, although they are men whoso
work is surely worthy of notice and
coaching. Rico 1b a good .man, but
plays too low and does not keep Tils
feet on the' charge Nelson's work
does not- Improve as It should, and
consequently those other men are giv
ing hima hard race to hold tho posi
tion ho has had the major part of the
season.
The teams IJned up for a short
scrimmage, and wore given some fast
work, lining up Just as soon as the
ball was down. This speed wjll be
quite necessary if wo are to make any
Impression against tho heavy Michi
gan line; on Saturday. Tho coaches
have not decided yet as to who will,
make the trip to Ann Arbor, but it is
qulto definite hat some twenty men
will be taken besides Booth, Westover
aftd Manager Morrison. The names
of the men 'who will make tho trip will
be .published tomorrow.
Tho team will leave on Thurs
day evening over tho Burlington for
Chicago. Tho trip from Chicago to
Ann Arbor will bo made over tho
Michigan Central, leaving Chicago at
:ton o'clock on Friday morning, and ar
riving in Ann Arbor 'at 4:30 lnHhe af
ternoon' of the same, day. Thus 'the
team will have a good night's rest. be-.,
fore the game. Tho original ' plana
were tp go to Detroit and spend two
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SOPHOMORE, HOP
FIRST DANCE OF THE SEASON
FRATERNITY FRIDAY, OCT.
HALL, 27th
WALT'S
' FULL ORCHESTRA
TICKETS $1.50
days there In practice before going to
Ann Arbor, but this plan was deemed
unwlso by those in authority, and
hence dropped. So the team will go
direct from Lincoln to Ann Arbor.
A football rally has been arranged
for convocation hour on Thursday, and
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dent-body is behind them
There will be some students, and
quite a few Twslnes men accompany
tho team to Ann Arbor. Many of the
alumni from out In the.state have ar
ranged to go to Michigan in order that
they may lendlhelr voices In cheorinu
"the supporters of tho scarlet and
cream
Republican Club Rally, .
All Ranllhllnnna f . T T l. l ...
are invited to attend the rally of tfreJcontro1 at Michigan, notifying him of
University RepubllcanCIub next Sat
urday evening In MemorWlvHaJl. Hon.
E. M. Pollard, has accepted anvinvlta
tion to speak to tho Republicans of
our universuy.t , x.
Mr. Pollard took an aotlve part In
politics when attending the University
and at one time ho was president of
tho Republican Club. Every one that
heard .our representative speak on the
"Railroad Rebate Question" will bo
anxious to hear his address on "Pro
moting Republicanism."
The president of theclub states that
other detallB of tho evening's program
will bo given later.
V
E. P. Myers, '04, played left half
back on tlie Harvard team In the
game with the Springfield Training
School last Saturday.
TAKEN BY MISTAKEp-A new
black overcoat from the hooks in tha
hallway near tho posjtofllce.. Reward
for return to the .Nebraskan office.
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CHICAGO vs. LINCOLN
, Returns from Bftcnigan-Nebraska Game .
'. to beannounced.' ' ,
Nebraska Field, Satotday, Oct. 2 1
Admission
DR. LEE8 TO ATTEND INSTALLATION.
Left Last Night for Illinois, Where He
Will Represent the University.
Dr. James T. Lees, chairman of the
board of athletic control, loft last
night for Campaign, Illinois, where he
will represent tho University at tho
Installation ceremonies this week,
when Dr,. 'Jamos will bo inducted into
tho offlco of president of tho Univer
sity of Illinois. It was at first the In
tention of Chancellor Andrews to at
tend the ceremonies himself, but un
avoidable obstacles have prevented
him from so doing, and ho haa accord
ingly delegated Dr. Lees as his substi
tute.. The ceremonies aro to bo vory
magnificent, and prominent educators
from over the entire country will bo
present.
After his duties at Illinois aro over,
Dr. Lees wljl go on to Ann Arbor,
where he will attend to the lntorests
of Nebraska at the football game. A
day or so ago he received a letter from
Professor Pattengill of tho board of
the action Of thA f!nnfftrnnn Inctt
spring in adopting the oHpvmeater
rule, and. asking that Nebraska adopt
tho same In, order to be entitled to
compete in the Conference track meet
pnoxt spring. It was. this letter which
forced the athletic botfrd. to adopt the
rule thdy did last Monday night at the
meeting. It Is fdlt at Nebraska that
as tho Conference colleges did not
make tho rule retroactive whori, they
adopted it last Bprlng,thoy cannot ask
Nebraska to make the rule apply to
men who have already won positions
on the team. It Is not known how
Michigan and Minnesota -will take the
provision, but tho board is determined
to stand On its present ground, and re
fuse to adopt a retroactive rule:
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Notice.
Sophomore football men meet today
at eleven at corner of Twolfthand R
streets. Practice and election of cap
tain, ' HAROLD MATTERS,
Manager,
60 cents.
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DR. BENTON TALKS
FIRST CHANCELLOR OF THE UNI
VER8ITY AT CONVOCATION.
Will Make Annual Address to Students
of Institution of Which He
Was First Hoad.
Dr. Bonton, first chancollor of tho
Unlvorslty of Nobraska, will deliver
tho address at convocation this morn
ing. Dr. Bonton sorvod as chancollor
from 1870 to 1876, coming horo from
Butler Collogo, Indianapolis. To tho
sound Judgment, tho koon foresight and
tho porslstent industry of Chancollor
Benton was duo vory largely tho suc
cessful Inauguration and onrly main
tenance of tho Unlvorslty. By his
efforts tho innumorablo difficulties
which besot tho early path of tho In
stitution woro ovorcomo, thus paving
tho way for tho later enlargement-of
tho University's scope, Infiuonco and '
usefulness.
After his resignation In 1870. Dr.
Bonton assumed tho presidency of
Butler College. In 188G ho resigned
tho presidency, but still retained tho
professorship of Greok in that lnstl-.
tutlon.
Since his twonty-flrst year Dr. Bon
ton has boon" continuously engaged In
teaching or in educational administra
tive work. Although now eighty-throe
yoars of age, he Is a man of great
vitality and intellectual vigor.
Freshmen Rhetoric Meeting.
All tho members of classes taking
Rhetoric 1 nssomblod In Memorial Hall
yesterday morning at tho call of Pro
feBsor Fogg. Professor Pound of tho
iaw uopartmont addressed the stu
dents on the essentials of good com
sltion. Ho gave them many rules for
tho writing of clear themes.
Tho rhotorio classes have bqon writ-'
ing simple exposition themes during
tho last two weeks. Some of these -themes
woro comploto failures and
this meeting was called to arouse the
students to give more attention, to
their English work. This meeting was
the second of its kind held this year.
Others will bo calloU ?whon the in
structors deem them hocessary.
Association Football.
There Is a team of association foot
ball players touring the East afpres
ent, trying to cultivate tho American
public up to .the merles of their kind
6f game. Tho captain of tho team
says that football' of tho sort played
by tho American colleges is nothing
but a contest of more brute strength,
with little science, and far inferior to
association ball. They seem 'to got
big crowds to attend tholr games, and
It may bo that a craze for association
ball may start up.
Freshman Law Meeting.
The first-year lawyers met In U. 207
'at eleven o'clock yesterday morning,.
and elected tho remainder of the off!-,
.cers for tho current .semester, jWfielan
.h,avjng already been,' elected prsl&erit
at a prvious meeting. Johnson was'
rchoaen as vice-president, Durham eq-
retary and treasurer, and Rice se'-
geant-at-arms. The only contWt be "
curred over the last position. ' ' " ""
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