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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1905)
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THE JDUIwY NBBRA6ICAN.
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CJSe Dap Ittbraskan
A consolidation of
The Hesperian, Vol. 31, The Nebraskan,
Vol. 10, .Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dallyT except Bunday and'
Monday, at the University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by the Hesperian Publish
card ef Directors,
O. V. p8tout. Laurence Foteler.
H. P. Leavltt.
DwigHt Cramer. A. O. flchrelber.
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Editor, 11:00 to 11:80 dally.
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CONCERNING THE LIBRARY.
Now that it 1b getting cold, and the
students find it ls.juat as easy to -study
s to wander -around the campus, tho
library study room is filling up and a
practice which was begun before any
of tho prcsont generation of students
. entered tho' University has again
Bprung to tho fore. We refer to the
1occupatlon of soveral of the tables in
tho study room by different sororities,
tho members of which seem to think
that they own the tables absolutely,
and havo a right to consider any out
aider who dares to tako a seat at ono
of them a trespasser. This spirit has
grown to such. an extent that tho so
called outsiders havo decided that
they would rather take seats else
whore, or even study outsldo'of the
' library room, than to encounter tho
treatmont thoy usually meet when
they assert their rights. We know of
one insthnco. when a young man who
did not happen to beldng to a frater
nity could not find an empty chair in
,any other part pf thoroom, and ac-
-" cordlngly seated himself at ono of tho
small tables in the back part of the
" -main room, at which" only ono of tho
four chairs was occupied. Tho young
lady occupying that chair -looked"
rather askance at him, and wont out,
returning immediately with two sis
ters. The three then took seals and
arranged their books on tho table in
such auway as to show that thoy were
tho absolute proprietors. Flndlag
that this did not, havo "the necessary
result, 'for tho young man was deter
mined to hold .the fort in the face of
( such treatment, they resorted tovari
tjuis other little annoyances, and final
ly began to comment openly upon the
face of anyxpne who would tako "a seat
"at their table.
This is only ono instance out -of
many which wo could cite, but it is
sufficient to illustrate tho fact that
1 these tables are considered tho private
property of tho dlfferont sororities,
where they can receive, as it worb.
Even if the-Jlbrary were largo enough
to accommodate all the students who
find it necessary to use it, still this
practice would, bo objectionable, in
that it tends to raise a barrier be-
tween tho fraternity and nonfrater
nlty elements of the stuednt body. , In
the drawing of this line of demarca
tion Hob the greatest evils of fraterni
ties. But under the conditions preva
lent at Nebraska, Where the library
can accommodate only a part of the
studonts who cleslre to study there,
this practico 1b especially evil, and
Bhould not bo permitted to continue
TO YOU IN THE GRANDSTAND.
It scorns to bo cortaln, that there will
bo throo hundred rooters on tho' side
lines tomorrow to choer for Colorado,
and no one who has ever hoard Colo
rado rooting can deny that they can
mako moro nblso out there than an
equal number of any othor students. on
earth. On our own grounds it would
bo disgraceful to bo out-rooted at a
big game, and if you who have seats
in tho grandstand tomorrow will do
your parti this will not happen. Tho
men across tho .flold on the bleachers
will do their part all right, but thoy
will need holp, and it is up to you to
assist (horn. To do this effectively it
is necessary that you all bring mega
phones, or your voices will not lsat
throughout tho gamo. On account of
the students in tho grandstand being
scatterod among the people from down
town, it will bo difficult to "havo organ
ized rooting, but if you. will all keep
your eyes open and follow whoovor
may bo leading you, this difficulty will
bo overcome. If only a fair amount
of noise Is rmfdo, it will bo enough,
for tho roof of the stand makes an ex
cellent sounding board. Bring your
megaphones along then, and-don't bo
afraid to mako a noise because your
best girl is with you. Thore will bo a
Joador thoro .all right '
A New Footbal) Song.
Tho following vorscs were placed on
our hook yesterday by somo unknown
-studont, but as they please our own
uncultivated musical fancy, wo daro
publish them assuming all responsi
bility for them if they hurt the feel
ings of any one.
(Tune, "Irish Molly, Oh.")
Oh Bootho' dear, and did you hear, tho
dope that's going round?
They say thoy havo but littlo tout but
thoy will hold us down.
Their heads aro swelled completely
when thoy corao hero for a scrap
But they'll learn a lesson, while Ne
braska's onlho raapT
Rado, My Colorado, my heart will
ache for thee,
Rootersvjust watch tho score board,
and then the truth you will
Football it is our strong line, guess
what tho score will bo;
Twenty-Jour and may be moro; now
don't thoso figures mako you
Poor Colorado Oh.
(Continued from'pago 1.) '
The freshman law class also held a
meeting' during the chapoljhour. Tho
class decided tosupport tho 1 proposed
Law Book, and elected the editor and
manager who Were to represent ""the
first-year class. Huff was elected cdl
torrand was given the power to select,
with tho president, two other mem
bers of the class for positions on the
editorial staff. Adams was chosen
manager. It seemed to be -.tho sentl-
jnopt.pl thOvClass, that there should bo,
a separate law team, and accordingly
McLaughlin was selected as manager
of -the football team. As representa
tives upon the intor,-class athletic
board, Legro, Rice and Critos were
chosen, . ,
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