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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1905)
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TH DAILY NEBRA8KAN.
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CJc Dap Htbraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Hesperian, Vol. "81, Tho Nobraflkan,
Vol. 10, $cnrlot and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, oxoopt Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, nod., oy me iicBponan ruDiiBii
Board of Directors.
0. V P. Stout. Lauronco Fosslor.
H. P. Leavltt.
Dwlght Cramer. A. Q. Bchrolbor.
Edltor-In-Chlof . t J. D. Clark
Manager Fred Naughton
Circulator Walter E. Btandovon
Athlotlo R. A. Van Orsdol
Editorial Rdomt. U 204. Duslnoss Offlcc,
U 211. Post Office Station A, Lin
Offlco hours of Business Manager and
Editor, 11:00, to 11:30 dally.
Telephone Automata 1628
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
BubBorlptlon-Price, 12 per .year In advanco
Entered at tho postofllce at Lincoln,
Nob., as second-class mall mattor under
tho not of congress of March 3, 1870.
Individual notices "Will bo charged for
at tho ratq of 10 cents for each Insertion.
Faculty departmental and university bul
letins will gladly bo published free, as
OUR EXCHANGE LI8T.
Tho Nobrnsknn receives most of tho
dally nnd wookly papers published in
tho different colleges of tho country,
and keeps them on fllo for three or
four days after thoy are recolvod.
Those who havo attendod other col
leges boforo coming to tho University
of Nebraska will doubtlessly bo glad to
havo news of what is doing at their
former school, and to those and all
othors who may so desire tho Nobras
kan will gladly give permission to go
through tho exchanges whonovor they
may wish. Our only proviso is thatt
tho papers bo loft In tho offlco and not
HOME ONCE M.ORE.
(Contnued from page 10
this way a file about three blocks in
length started to tho depot, but was
shortened somowhnt by tho men
marching four abreast. At the depot
thoy collected 'around tho tally-ho
whore many of tho professors and
students mado short speeches.
ho train was lato and did not ar-
rlvountll olovon o'clock. As tho train
camo in tho four college yells given
in close succession greeted tho team.
When . tho car stopped tho men wore
lifted from tho platform and placed in
tho tally-ho. As each man apoared
ho was greeted with loud cheering.
When all the team and subs woro in
tho wagon tho signal was given for a
Tho tally-ho was drawn by about
three hundred enthusiastic students
who kept things going by a continual
U-TI-U-U-N1. Tho procession proceed
ed up P street to Ninth, from .Ninth
it turned into O, coming through tho
main part of the city. At Twelfth the
direction was changed again, coming
direct to tho training table headquar
ters. At tho corner of Twelfth and O
tho men woro showered with flowers,
which had. been kindly given by C. H.
Prey, tho florist
When tho tally-ho stopped at tho
training- table headquarters, tho men
wore lifted from 'tho wagon and car
ried into 'tho house. Again tho Uni
versity yells were given with an en
thusiasm which showed tho true spirit
of tho student in regard to tho team.
It is now a self-ovldont fact that Ne
braska spirit Is (ho same whether our
team moots with victory or defeat
The men are all in tho best of con
dition considering the mill they passed
throygh on las.t Saturday. Llttla
soemed to bo the recipient of tho mdat
bruises in tho game, but still bo has
no complaint to offor when ho con
siders tho amount of Ann Arbor beef
ho had to fight against. Borg, Cotton
and Taylor all seem to havo survived
tho struggle with but few bruises,
while Wollor and Wilson, aro ready for
the next game at any timo.
Coach Booth did not return with
tho team, but stopped In Chicago,
whero ho will attend to some business
in regard to his work before return
ing. Assistant Coach Westover is
homo and was out with the'toam last
ovenlng putting It through some light
practice Booth will return to Lin
coln today. All tho men. wore out for
this practice with but very few excep
tions. Tho scrubs woro out in larger num
bers than ovor last night for practice.
These men aro dotorminod to see that
tho varsity has sufficient material for
a practlco gamo every evening. Thld
spirit 1b surely commendable, as it
means more to tho varsity than tho
nverago student thinks to have a largo
numbor of scrubs from which to pick
an opposing team at 'any time.
Special . Drive On High
Grade Tablets and
Stationery at the
ft Beginning Wednesday morning and continuing the MJ
BE8T TEAM WINS.
(Continued from page 1.)
braska does not envy Michigan In
thoir position, but Instead glories in
tho fnct that such an institution can
bo called a Western university.
Tho individual work of Bome of tho
Nebraska mon was very good In Sat
urday's game. Captain Borg's work
was especially worthy of notice. Ac
cording to Yost, Borg Is considered
tho best center in the west. At no
time in Saturday's game could Michi
gan make consistent gains through Ne
braska's center. Johnson nt end also
did somo fine work.
For Michigan, the work of Curtjs,
Hammond, Longman and Nprcross was
especially worthy of praise. Ham
mond seems to bo Hestpn's successor
this year as his yardage was tho great
est of any man in tho game for either
Nobraska will go to Minnesota In p.
few weeks with tho same old determi
nation to' win, and she will win If root
ing and encouragement from the side
lines count for anything.
Tho annual reception to Latin stu
donts by "Prof, and Mrs. Barber will bo
given thlB evening at the Women's
Dormitory from eight until ton o'clock.
All students In tho Latin Department
aro cordially Invited. Th'eso annual
receptions aro always very enjoyable
and aro particularly so In that thoy
offer tho fjrst opportunity of the year
for new students to become acquaint
ed with each other, as well as with tho
faculty and upperclass mon.
Both Have their Open Seasons.
cle 3: "During tho
with the excep
tion of tho first
week, of schqol,
thero shall bo no
rushing after 7
o'clock p. m. or
before 7 o'clock n.
m. on Monday,
'day and Thurs
Sec. 6961 "No
person shall catch,
kill, injure or pur
sue any wild duck
or other waterfowl
on Sunday or Mon
day of any week;
nor catch, kill, fn
juro, pursue, or
shoot at any such
sunrise or after
sunset of any day
upon which it
shall bo lawful to
kill tho same."
Syracuse Daily Orange.
Tho Oakland Club was organized on
Friday evening by the students, from4
Oakland-Nob. There are ab,ou.t a
dozen charter members.
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