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Vol. V, No. 37
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, UONCOLN, WEPNJ2SDAY,. NQVElvlBER 15, l?Q5.,
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NORTHWESTERN COMPLETES EX
',' cCU.RtlON PLANS.
Mais Meeting to Be Held Thursday in
- Rut and Ye!J.
The Minnesota excursion is the
.topic of discussion how by the stu
dents, and the spirit qf the thjng has
lnydedtho business districts ? doy.p
town until about an many business
men haye signified their intentions
to go to Minneapolis .as students.
From present indications there will bo.
abftut seven or eight hundred people
tako advantage of 'the 'six-dollar rate.
and' visit' Minneapolis on next Satur
day. The Northwestern has so ar
ranged the trains' that cvqry one who,
wants to go niay bo accommodated.
Manager Morrison has arranged
with the Minnesota people for a sec
tion of ;'tbp grahdetand. Ths section
is entirely at the disposal of the.No
braska people.v The llcketsaro .horo,
ana can bo had . JarrysPort6r'sf,pr.
by seoing E. Wgerton' at-sthe Unl
versiiy. The pride of theso tickets is
two dollars, one dollar fdrjgeneraVad"
mission and one for the grandstand
privileges. It is, necessary (hatthpse,
going should, secure their tickets 'be-
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tore mey leave juincoin, in oiuer mac
a completq return may .ljo made... to
the Minnesota pepple. .People who
ahnot see the parties mentioned
above k may, Becure tickets- by calling
axrino iNODrasKan omce.
v v. The" leafing time of ho Minnesota'
qxcursion nas.peen setat gve ancj.sjjc
p'c!oc)r,riday eVenlng Tha first dl
vis'iort' . of, this leaving at tho first
named tlmoand the second at. the
latter ,tlme. .The "Northwestern peo
ple do this inorderjhat all may se
cure, the best of accommpdatipns;
These trains are, specials; and will bo
sent , through : without, 'regard f or the
regulars,. thtft, Is, the re'gulartralnB
Still bo side-tracked in order that the
excursion canmako ihe be&t' ndsslhl
time between Undplq. and Minneapp-
?Thft. football team an c6acles will
" feayp' ov'erjho Burlington -either at 2
or G p. m. on Thursday. ' ThoyiXvIH
hhve n special car '; which will.bo transv
, f erred af Omaha, from the' Burlington
tq the Preat Western .tracks. ' The
team in this way xyill a,rrivo ia Mn
nepqs early Friday moraing Booth
wiiLsendtbe men thrpugh' ligbt. slg
nal 'practice on Friday evening."'
A niass meqilpg, has beeh arranged
for Thursday morning at chapel timo
in. Memorial Hall. A rousing good
time "has been arranged in- the way of
some good speeches by leading pro
fessors. The enthusiasm which has
been accumulated all yeaif will reach
its cliraa,x on Friday, and the rooters
will .show the football .team.wluvfNe-
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Kansas City Manual vs. Lincoln High School I
R SATURDAY, NOV. 18 C
A General Admission, 50c " . Grandstand, 25c X
braska really thinks of their ability to
The time will be divided up among
the different hqen for speeches, .foot
ball songs will be sung, nnd the root
ers will lead-tho students In some
rousing good yells. 'The football team
will bo there, and at least, Captain
Borg aq4 Coach Booth will talk. It
is up to the student body to mako
this tho best-rally oyer held at Ne
braska. It can easily; bo done if bvory
one will comKoiit and yell. The. var
Booth i( wprkirigNhard tofive Minne
sota the worst end ofjt Saturday;. To
cpmo out and yell Is aa little as 'the
'sudentt siipul'd tinfef dplng:
The fpurtli" annual Qornhuser bn.
quet will be given in the Llndoll HotoT
n Monday eyenlng. December 4. This
banquot has becomo a. flxturo at Ne
braska, having been originated at the
close of teucccssful season of 1902.
Atthat Umq ICwps undor tjiq auspicqs
of thoNiPan-HeUenl6 Congress, but
since then has beenmanaged by tho
Innocents, thuss making It a purely
non-partisan ontprprisdi Al the
coaches, and player&aro there, and
toast8,,, songs and cheers are xsand
wiched1' in', bptwepn" theSdifforen
courses. The banquet' this year will
bo similar to that of Jast year, with
the exception that there wHl bo no
menu cards, that additional sum bo
hg put Into the, banquet proper. The
date has been- placed early in order
to have Coach Booth present
S.Tho reserved seats lot, liip i Thanks
giving gtjniei will be pufc on salpat
Hary porter's. Wednesday 'mbrniriff,
November IG, i'
LOST-r-On campus, Sigma Phi pin
with initials "D. H' In back. Return
to NeTjraakan office.! : ' , ,
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' ARMORY, NOVEMBER 25, 1
Makes a Strong Rlea for Football aa a
In his opening address before tho
Association of Unlvorslty Presidents,
which is holding its meetings in
WashingtPnrD. C this f.week, :ChanV
cojlor Andrews, president of tho asso
ciation, mado a strong dofonso for tho
continuance of the game of football
as a college sport
It will bq remembered that at tho
mass .meeting before tho Colorado
game ho had. a warm spot in his heart
for football. While ho- denounced
class fights and said ho was bitterly
opposed to the 'proposed Freshman-
Sophomore caho rush, ho gloried in
foqtball and' sppko of it as' boinsf on
X religious basis. His lovo for the
game eyiuenuy nas not lessqned since
goingEaat, for at the Assqclatfop pf
Univorsityresidonts -ho defends, the
Charges made, against it and urges,
its adoption asNan American -collego
Ono of ho ohiof objections urged
against thqplaying ofIoptball is
brutality, butthls can not bosubstan
tlated bv statistics. FlirurPHiahnw
that less college people lose llfeor
limb in playing- football" than in
good many other so-called mild Eamcs.
Morcqver, whpn statisUca, pf the past
are bolngappllqd to contlItipns, at the
present, Pllownncp must be, made for
Jtho fact that the game is" fast becom
ing lessbrutal. x v f
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' Berthv R.eeryalpnt. .
1 Remember thal reservations for
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sleeping car berths: imj8t bo. mado as
soon, as possible. The charts arotaow
jnhe Npbraskan pfllep, and sresorva:
tipnamay po inado dqrlng thpconyp
catlqp hour or from fiyq to six in tho
pypning. Rates for roupd trip Stand
ard, ; tqurJlst; $0. ',-'"
POOR OLD KANSAS
TO. RENEW ATHtETlC
RELAtWNS wnrn Us.
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Retlutlons Looking .Tqwardt. Re
t aumptlon of Relaloiit.' "
At a meeting of tho Kansas Untyer-v, "'
sity Athlptlc Bpard MpnWaV cycnlrig, '-''' ''''"'
reiplut(pns, wqro passed iattho Ath? .
letic Board 'of tho UhVvorsity ot"Ne7 "''v
uraB,Ka snqu(i;po irivicq to soiect tor
resentatives to moot with repr'cBeritit?
tives of the Kansas board and patch
up a treaty pf poaco between tho iRV,,;'
universities, inorder tnat atKetlp'ro; '";
lations ;might bV rosumed. 'This B.toifu
c&mo as tho culmination of a sorics
bfjpoor schodules, bot n fpqttbtli and
baspbajl, which had caug thpu-' '
dents, Jo manV that tho KinBaa.,,'
board dq its'bqst'.to'flx ppj thp. ffer- VT'
epcek bptwepn' tho, ,wj pn(yflrsltiqs.. """'
Being tho two largest colleges 'estqif'
,ioMi88pur,'rIyprM thp two v ips.titu- '! !
ttpns woro ratura rivals, in ath,ptic; ' "v
and. the Ja'yhaw.korsJ'hayo -felt veycrv """
slcp tho breach in 1902 that lhelr,vv" r 4 ,.i
board had. acted howiW and' unadvis- ',JX '
nnlv. A fnw wmilfa htm on nliminiraf - " -
ths. pplYprslty while '.addresslnglLhe
siuuepis oi inq university p Kansas
rpfprred to the "existing stato of
fairs, and made the statpmont "thW
Nebraska students desired a renewal
pf athletic contests. Although. Jhis x '"
statoinpp.t wps 'not 'justified, Jt'qi' ' "t
thaUtho Jttyhaw.kprR ; topk t as, ft ' '
gold, Nand demandod that tlplr bQsjrili
act. At first aebnpromisqwfls sug-'"
jgestcd, tho board tryipg to easq its
cn8nco by suggesting the fpnra; t
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M Dtv" yvuw,u u.u 5m"?i v
tho f acq of tho board wasy apparent, . '
np.wpypr,anu ncqprcmgiy-.a ipu sur
render s.eonir to have" Iccn deciq-
upon. X ' , ,K.' r"1""
As yet pur boated Jiaa. rPcoiycd no -'"
official notice of the action of th $$' r .
saa board, but tho fact that thoy wore;'
Iwljling to make' tho firsr advances '
Huoras to iavo uniJruBu iNuuruHim
professors and stujlpnts, very niuH.
apd nlthpuh a-popple, Qf'wVolca agov '' '
hea d 'number of studpns were (tf-
t'o'ryipwed tho spntiment, qf the ijpV'
Jprity seemed to bq'Uiat yp pugi. wA: ( ' '
to respine- relatlpns oyen If" Kansas
top.k. tQ nrststep, nqw.thopicieaX'-7
feeling is thai Nebraska shoujo'how" ' '.'
a magnanlpipus spirit nd accept tb' -X
Qtt6i of the Vnyha'fykeiV ' Vo'ard.. -fco r 'f
official action can be takepTiiowovor;
until the next regular meeting of the "
board, which occurs ext "Monday.'
O. L. Fawcetti '05, who. spc)alizd
in botany while in the University, aad .
who is now Instructor in biology ip "
Doaae College, has been appointed toy a
ine poflitlon in the division of plant, v
phyioiogy1p- the United Statea 'B(t a.
partment of Agriculture, apd is to be
tationed at Miami, Florida, for special
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