The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 09, 1905, Image 1

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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, J9Q5.
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TEAM IMPROVES
XVerV AND WEND3TRAND SENT
;1 TO TRAINING TABLE.
Signal Practice at fitate Farm Con-
H,tlnuefri Our Slogan is, "Down
'' ' With .Colorado I"
Tho Colorado game Is 'only two days
oft and Coach Booth Is developing a
now end to take Donslow's place.
Avery, who Is being' givtfn a trial at
end, hatThad considerable fdbtball ex
perience, having played on the Lincoln-High-School
-team for two yoars,
and last year on the University scrubs.
But the loft side Is the side that will
require the most formidable forma
tion, becauso the heaviest of tho Colo
rado runs are directed at this side.'
The guard positions aro still being
flllod by Cotton and Jenkins, but
Booth has two. -worthy substitutes for
these positions In Wendstrand and
Nelson". 4
rColorado Is still confident of victory
oy.er "Nebraska on Saturday. Their!
confidence is increased each day as
reports como from the training quar
ters of, tho tearn Tho reports of the
physical Inability of some of the Ne
braska players to enter the Saturday's
gamp Is also, received with consider
able deilght and thankfulness by tho
people In the mountain tops. Tho Col
orado coach Is toacbing his team every
now play on tho catalogue with t10,
hope of catching Nebraska sleeping at
some, stage, of the gamb. It reports
count for much another repetition of
the Utah.Tgamo1 Is expected by ' the
Westerners.
Colorado.has. always played, the var?
slty aXvery close game at Boulder, last
year winning for the first 4tlmo. , But
tho game in Lincoln' has boon quite
different, as. iho Boulder team haa
never; held ub down to p. close, score at"
eastx One thing lsN8uro, that-Is, that
- .thoHrue. effect or the, high' altitude on
'-. the -varsity.? can- be toldNifter Satur
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NEBRASKA VS, COLORADO
O SATURDAY, NOV. 11 O
8 3IOO P. M. 8
LECTURE COURSE
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PROMINENT- MEN fO. ADDRESS
LANV 8TUDENT8j
let and cream from tho defeat she
suffe"red In 1004. One thing Is suro,
tho people of Lincoln will see' a. game
onSaturday that will bo straight foot
ball. from tho tlmo tho whistio blows
at the beginning of the .Qrsthalf until
It Is blown ending the game.
A mass mooting has been arranged
fo next Friday at Convocation hour.
Tho slogan of this' meeting, and every
one present will bo, "Down with Colo
rado;" and this Is the spirit that ovory
Nebraska, student must carry until
Saturday evening when t,ho gamo Is
over, and anqthor victory Is awarded
to Nebraska. Tho football men are
working hard for victory and to the
rooters comes the' burden of strong
vocal support. .
cessful and helpful. The committee
chairmen reported good progress and
showed the good work being accom
plished by tle Association. Captain
Borg of the football team-, and presl
dent of the Y. M. C. A., spoko briefly
on "Tho Opportunities of Commlttoo
men." Ex-Captain Benedict also em
phasized tho Importance of tho Asso
ciation nnd said that tho Association
was a strong factor In making a col-
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day;'s game, "for tho perspnrielof the
Colorado team rsvoractlcally the" same
this year. as la,st,v ' , x
. Tho, work of,' thbmen In tho Blgnal
practlcb at the Statearm;wffs snappy
and full of life. Booth lnxthls practice
-s1s given ample opportunity to. criticize
tho : work of each pjayeVj ,as toKf6rm,
and .much Individual work is indulged'
MS., Both the new menTtvory and;
'. "sVondstrandwere given stiff work last
nighty v These two men have practical
ly cinched their place on thfc Squad, as
Booth sent ithem to the tralhlng-tablo
last evening. Vendstrand is. of good
weight and has shown VeatTniprove.
ment in the .last few practiced.
Thus "wo can see what our chances
are; for a str.ong team In tho Colorado
game. While our men aro not all.old
'veterans, yet they have the Nebraska
spirit which "never gives "up," and. it
matters not at what position thfly aro
placod In Saturday's game, they will
fight to tho ilnlBh to redeem the s.car-
Commttteem'ens Dinner.
On last, Tuesday evening' about seventy-five
Y. M. C. A.commltteomen as
sembled in tho dining room of St.
.Paul's M. E. church ,tp Indulge in aN
few rounds of good fellowship and in
cidentally to help each other dp-away
.with, areal old-fashioned sproadvjho
affair was a success Xtt' Dota:Teeeig-;
While the social committee, composed
of such noted dignitaries as Wallace,
Ramsey, Van Orsdel, Laird, Patterson,
Steele and. others, wore getting things,
ready In tho cafp car, tho. men wore'
assembling in the parlors and amusing
themselves by singing college songs
Promptly at 6:0 the first 'call was
given1 and the response was so unani
mous thai it "was found unnecessary
to givo the customary second and
third calls'; 'It was hero the 'men
played havoc with roast beef and
mince pies, as well, as other substan
tial eatables. . ' - . " ,
Dr.H. B. Ward presided as toast
master, and it Is heedless to say that"
this paftpf the prpgrarajyas-mostBuc
A Remarkably Fine Lecture Course
Arranflcd by Dean Pound for
Benefit of Students.
Doan Pound of tho Collego'of Law1
yesterday completed arrangomonts for
a series of lectures to be given boforb
tho law students throughout tho so--moster.
The ledtuYors will bo mon of1
high standing In the legal profession,
and will address tho studonts on essbn
tlally practical subjects, giving advice
dorivod from 'their own experiences in
activo practice. Tho locturesr will be'
given each Monday ovpnlng during tho
somestor, and are arranged 'for "tho
special benefit of tho studonts of tho'
two upper classes, although tho fresh- '
men will dorlvo much advantage from1
V
lego man an all around, man. Short them also. Last year an effort, .was-
and Informal talks were made by Dr.
Palme, Professor Smith, Mh Heck and
others, after which Chancellor 'An
drews gave a strong address on "The
Young Man and tho Ago." Ho said
that the young man who could meet
the problems' and opportunities ,of the.
ago was the young man with a good
jharactera strong physique and an
cuucatou mma. uo ineso muse, now
evor, bo added tho willingness to work
and work hard..
Tho affair was frequently Inter;
rupted by tho Unlxorslty y.elr and fa
miliar jBongs. Every man went, away
feeling that tho Young Mon's Chris-
Uan Ascltie was.ld4 && -active;
force for tho'lieVthlngs is threJiW? of
a college man.
,
The first debate in Rhetoric 15 was
held yesterday aftornoon in U. 106.
Tho question was: "Resolved, That
trade unions should bo jncorpo'ratod,"
The Bpeakors for the afllrmatlvo were
K. A? Morgan and A.. E Burr; for the
.negative, B. C. Enyartvand 'R.' dTOsV
man? The speakers were criticised on
four points, namely, English, ease,
clearness rand fdrco. On the whole,
the workwass very good, Mr.. Burr re
ceiving especial commendation.
"Perkins" Swedish;.' ' gymnasium
shoes at Rogors & Perkins Co., '1129 O
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DANdNG" 9 to J2, ; - ADMISSIOl 50 GENTS '
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made to have similar lectures; butar-"
rang'ements for each lociEtiro Were inad
rangoments for each locturo wen
made only a week or so boforohandi
and as a consequence thoy wore hot, "
entirely successful. - This year Dr., ' ' ''
Pound has finished all arrangements
boforo the first lecture, so that each
lecturer w,lll know doflnltoly when hb
Is to come, and no slips should occur, - -Following;
is the course as complbted: x .
Novombor20-r5. G? Flansburg, Esq-. VN
Foes. .'' ""-. '
Novomber 27 Hon. S, J. Tuttlo.'
Examlnatjdnof' Abstraets. ' Judge Tut
tlo is ox-district judge abd.couasel for .
the Security- Investment compaay. , Ho
wfti' inte'W .$m 9firct9mi 4mmx- .. .
stfate'froM it, t-,by point Copies
of the abstractrveill be vsupplled.sit''"?
dents. , ' ix
Decombor 4r-T. C. Mungor, Esq.
Prosecution of Criminal Cases. Mr
Munger was or many yoars county'
attorney of Lancaster County. Ho will s
take up an actual record and explain Xs
;it step bystep. Copies ot tho rocor"d. ,"
will bo distributed to the studonts.
"December llHon. Lincoln Frost.iJ' .
Instruction-to Juries. JudgaTTros't is x
dlstrlctludge. i
. January' 8 S.' L. Qelsthardt, 'Esqi "
Foreclosure of Mortgages. vMr QolVt- '
hardt .will take-up a record and, "ex
plain it. . .
, 'January 15 -E. E. Spencer; , Esq. '' '
Bankruptcy Proceedings MV4 Spencer
Is referee innbankruptoy. . ,
'January. 22Hon. 'prxls Brown.
Advocacy. Mr. Brown is the attorney ' ; , '
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Sophomores Defeat Academy.
The Sophomore football team played
a team representing the Academy yes
terddy afternoon at J1 and, ft park, and'
defeated them by a score of 27 to 0.,
Ther Sophomores "showed up a "very
powerful offense, and the Academy
could not stop-tho lino smashes. Blrk
uer at full and Cook at end were jthe
ptars of tho game. , .f
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