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THE DUJL,Y NEBRA8KAN.
K., . .i-
Zip Dally Uebraskan
A consolidation of
The Hesperian, Vol. 81, Tho Nobraskan,
Vol.-10, Scarlet and jCrcam, Vol. 4.
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Monday, at tho University of Nebraska;
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TREAT COLORADO WHITE.
In regard to tho big gamo UiIb aftor
nooh wo-wlsh to ornphaslzo tho rj
inralts of Dr. Bolton regarding tho
treatment tho mountaineers should re
celvo at our hands. Undor ordinary
circumstances, wo foel that students
are novor behind tholr duty In extend
ing courtesies to visitors at tho unl
vorsity, but under tho oxcltement of a
hotly contestod gamo of football It
often happons that partisanship takes
hold of tho rooters, who forget every
thing hut the necessity of winning tho
game at any cost and by any means.
This Is pcrhnps excusable to somo de
greorbut still after tho gamo It Is the
sourco ,bf touch 'regrot on tho part
of ovory fair-minded man, and If pos
alblo should bo, proventod. In stop
ping this tondonoy to tako 'unfair ad-
vantage of tho visiting team, the lead-
ors of tho' rooting squads havo great";
power, and they should oxorclso It to
day, Thoso who orb patriotic enough
to entor tho rooting section and fol
low tho commands of tho loadors can
bo restrained without much difficulty
it tho chlof rooters will only frown
upon .thp first attempts at anything
rosombllng unsportsmanliko conduct.
Mt is tho dutxjjf thom to do this to
day. ( Thoso hion who do not tako
seats among tho footers are under no
-such influoncb, howovbr, atad thoy can
bo restrained only by their own sense
.of fair play and by tho protects of
those-seated near them. JL Is tho duty
ofjjvery man who may. bo near any
ono who may bo Inclined to jct un
fairly "to seo that . ho Ibarns how Ne
braska looks upon such conduct.
Wo do not refer to' this;, because wo
fool that tho students In tho past havo
'. not done their duty towards visiting,
teams, for on tho -whole. thopast fow
games ,havo boon almost freo of 'any
unfair tactics. Our intention is mere
ly to give' a warning, for tho, gamo to
day Is tho hardest and fiercest that
wo havo played hero this year, and
moro restraint must bo placed upon
the men than In tho previous games.
, Bp fair. "When tho Coloradp team
comes on tho field give thom just as
hearty a cheer as you give the Corn-
, ljuskors. When tho ,ball Is in their
possession, do ,not try, .to drown put
tlie signals of the quarter-back. When
'a Colorado ihan takes out tlrao, glvo
hjm a cheor when he gets to his feet
again. This will make the game all
:tho more pleasant for-alljwhen wo can
say tjiat'lt was done fairly, and square-1
ly. All of us want victory, and wc
want to beat., Colorado by, as big a
score as wp can, but lot's, do it fairly,
The Study of Missions In North Amor
- lean Colleges.
Recently there has boon a rcmnrka
bio growth In tho number of students
of North Amorlca ongagod In tho study
of missions. In tho United States and
Canada last yoar 12,629 students In
373 Institutions woro enrollod In 1,049
classes. This striking advanco is due
In part, no doubt, to tho Increased in
terest folt in missions by tho Christian
churches throughout tho country, but
probably in largor measure to cortaln
considerations that appeal with pecu
liar forco to students, among which tho
following may bo pointed out:
Tho study of missions removes narrow-mindedness
and lgnoranco as
nothing olso can. Ho who knows noth
ing of tho spread, of Christianity can
not read ovon tab dally papcra-intolli-
Tfio missionary enterprise has had
so much lo do with tho groat national
movomont political, commercial, so
cial and moral that a knowledge of
it Is essontial In understanding them.
Christian missions and international'
politics nro closoly related. "Mission
aries run tho risk," Lord Salisbury has
said, "of producing terrible events on
a gigantic scale, lecauso tholr position
is so closoly mixed up with that of
secular powers." No "doubt mission
aries and their work aro unpopular at
many foreign chancelleries. It Is of
the greatest Importance, therefore,
that tho futuro foreign ministers, am
bassadors, consuls, officers. jf armies
and navies and othor offlcjals of Chris
tian nations should havo a sympathetic
knowledge of missions. They should
bo familiar with missionary history so
as to bo able, when necessary, to re
fute false charges which aro. so fre
quently brought against missionaries
and their work.
Tho study of .missions Is an jild to
tho spiritual growth. "P.or Inspiration
and encouragement, nothing is better
than biographies of tho great mission
aries. Our faith Is lifted up by com
ing In contact wltli thom.
It.ls' therefore clear that the subject
Bhould attracjstudonts of nil classes
and Interests. Tho prospects for 1905
Indicate a much largor Interest, In tho
colleges of tho United States and Can
ada than last year.
In tho Unlvorslty of Nebraska, tho
followlhg courses ore to be offered
HoroeB of tho. Cross, Miss Vlbbard,
Tuesdays, 1-2, U. 111.
Pastor in Modern Missions, Mr. Jpr
gonsen, Wednesdays, 1-2, U. 111.
Prlco of Africa; Miss Agor, Wednes
days, 5-6, U. All.
, Medical Missions, Mr. W.hltp, Fri
days, 4-5, U. 110.
Japan, Mr Moonj Fridays, 5-C, U.
Tho onrollment hero so far hasrboon
gratlfyfngbut it Is hoped thvnt still'
moro can arrango tholr woVk so that
they can attend one of theso classes.
Lecture on 'Fish. ,
Prof. Rolghard of tho University of
Michigan arid ono of tho most fa
mous fish experts Jn tho country will
give an illustrated lecture in Me
morial Hall Tuesday evening, Novem
ber 21. Ho Will explain tho newly
discovered nesting habits of fish,
which ho has shown to bo fullV aa
complicated anlInteres'tlng as-those
of. birds. Ho has a largo number
of colored lantern slides' Illustrating
these points jand Is regarded ris ono
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