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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN-
- Z)i Daily tltbvhsKan
y. consolIdftUpn of
,Tho IIcBporlan, Vol. 31, Tho Ncbraskan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Crcam, Vol. 4.
Published dally, oxcopt Sunday, and
Monday, at tho University of Nobraako,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hesporlan Publish
Board of Directors.
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CR088 COUNTRY WORK.
. Ip ypstorday'a Nobraslcan was an
appeal to tho students by Dr. Clnpp,
yho urgod ovory studont who could
And tlmo to do so. to got out and tako
cross country runs with tho squads
which go out dally. It Ib lrapcratlvo
that NchrasUa turn out as good a team
this year as that which won tho chanv
pfonahlpat Chicago last Thanksgiving.
Tho clip which Is offered for tho cham
pionship becomes tho property of a
college only when It has jbeen won
three cbnsecutivo times, and i( Wo aro
defeated In tho contest this year tho
Nobby Stiff Bafo both
brown and blk. Our ptfcfe
Why Pay More? Budd, $2.50 Hatter
victory before will not avail us any
as regards tho cup. In addition to this,
iUs up to us to win again for tho sini
plo reason tha't all tho teams plttod
against us will represent Conference
teams, and if wo fall to land fir$t place
tho cry will again gd up that Nebras
ka Ib not good for anything excepting
nt times, and that she does not deserve
-tnomborahln Jn tho Conference. Wo
raiust showthoso colleges- that Nobras-
ka can. turn out consistently . good"
teams In any branch of athletic4.?. Ofc
last yoar's cros-country team only two
aro in school, nnd neither of them havo
their placos assumed. Three and per
haps, all five places must bo filled
""" within tho next two wopks, and there
aro onjy a very few candidates for
these places. Long dlstanco running
can bo undortakon with success by any
man with grit and a strong heart, and
oven, thpugh one falls to moko tho
team, still tho exercise Is Invaluable,
and Is worth tho trouble and the time
a hundred times over. Como out, thon,
and even It you fall to bo one of thoso
unknown wonders, you will still feel
that you. havo gotten ' your money's
Start the school year right by get
ting a nice engraved or printed card.
Georgo Broe,, 'printer's, Fraternity
Bid;., 18th and N St.,
Cut Tni Out.
Below wo publish a Nobraska song
Which wljLb'o .sung tomorrow at tho
mass mooting. Out it out anci presorve
It until then:
Tune: "Tho Old Oaken Ducket."
Alma mater, wo hall thoo with loyal
And bring to thy altar our offering
Our hearts swell within us with Joyful
As tho namo of "Nobraska" in
chorus wo raise. .
Tho happiest moments of youth's fleet
Wo'vo passed "neath tho shade of
theso time-honored walls,
And sorrows as transient as April's
Havo clouded our lives In Nebras
ka's fair halls.
And when wo depart from thy friend
And boldly launch out upon llfo's
Wo'll oft look behind us with grateful
And livo our bright student days
Whon from youth wo havo wandered
to manhood's high station,
And hopoful young scions around us
Wo'll send them with lovo and with
As pilgrims to this, tho best shrine
wo havo known.
And when life's golden Autumn with
Wintor is blending,
And brows now so radiant aro fur
rowed, with care, '
When tho bllghtings of age. on our
heads are descending,
With no early friends all our sor
rows to sharo.
Ah, "thon as In memory backward wo
And roam tho long vista of past
On ho scones of our student days
often we'll ponder,
And smllo tQ contemplate Nebras
Professor Barber at Convocation.
Professor Barber occupied the half
hour at convocation yesterday morn
ing with an .Ulustratod lecture on the
r,ulns of Pompoii. A largo crowd was
Tho lecturo was In the nature of a
stroll through tho streets. He showed
views of a number of public buildings,
Including tho forum, temples, theatre,
churches and cathedrals, and amphi
theatre. Professor Barbor vfslted the
place a number of years ago and Is
well ' acqaulnted with the conditions'
thoro.- Tho talk was especially help
ful to historical students, for it showed
tho civilization of tho inhabitants of
Pompeii at tho tlmo of Its destruction,
7j)' A. D. Professor Barbour will glvo
another Illustrated lecturo In a few
weeks, treating of the homo life of tho
Tho lecturo closed with un imagin
ary picturo of a flower girl In tho last
days of Pompeii.
There seems to1 havo developed a
craze for association football at Chi
cago, and a mass mooting In Its In
terests was held the other morning.
The "Maroon" has ' tho following, to
say. about tho ganie: , .
In twenty hours tho' "floefcer" foot
Only Clothes That Fit
W One of the clearly defined principles of this store (6
W is that every garment be properly fitted in every W
.rf flptnil lipfnrp Ipnvino tliA Iimica 'MrtfUiMnr e!i-f W,
i of this meets 'our approval and much of our suc
J cess we owe to strict adherence to this rule.
MS Our Clothing when worn
5: to-measure, is one of
:' much about "Kensington" clothes. When look-
jL ing at the relative value of Clothing, look well
jri to the fit and make, for there is no real value if
jjl the .fit is unsatisfactory. Our exhibition -in-
9 eludes the latest and best fabrics.
"KonelpB'on" ClothoB thoy fit.
ball fevor has spread all ovor tho
campus, and men's hall teams are now
being organized. Tho plan of organ
izing Inter-collego' association football
teams In tho junior colleges was
broached In the meeting of tho Philos
ophy mon with Dean Vincent yester
day morning, tho idea received tho
hearty support of all tho students pres
ent and tho approval of Director Stagg,
spread with favor through the other
divisions within a few hours after tho
meeting, and this morning bulletins
aro posted for meetings of all tho
men's halls for" tho organization of
Tho "sockcr" game seems to bo got
tlng unprecedented support by tho
students because il gives ovory mnh n,
chuncoto get into tho gnmo. Weight
is not Xnecessity; in fnct It is a
handicap, Tho only requisites aro a
moderate amount of sneed. a little
shifting ablUty aiwlssomo enthusiasm.
Of tho latter thercNsooms to bo a'
plenty, and out of jhoMargo squads
that the "fovor" Is bound muring out,
somo good material ought to bo do
vojopert sor that the month of Novem
ber will present an interesting Infer:
collogo and Intor-house schodule.
Capital $ 300,000.00
Surplus amd Profits 200,000 00
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