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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1905)
Vol. V, No. 38
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1905.
Price 5 Cents
qO THIS EVENING
TEAM WEAVES.' T 8IX O'CLOCK
k OVER THE BURLINGTON.
Men in Good Shape to Meet the
MGophers-BIg Mass Meeting This
H Morning at Convocation.
'hiia mass meeting for the fdotball
lnnt I11 ha Wnl1 In Afomnrlnl Mull
this morning, at lVo'clocft to give the
ihn an enthusiastic .send-off for Min
nesota. The arrangements have" been
mauo anti, u ine Hiuuenis upiiuur w
carry out their part of the program,
there-should be no l'easbn why. this
meeting .ghjmld not bp the best of Its
fond ever given. The football men
liuvebeen, going -through some very
tfnWwork this, week and tills meeting
ylfeuidfrervetdglyp the" men, an Idoa
ou what . tho, students think of their
abllltV to defeat tho Northerners.
' Thdprbgrami wlllf be In the hands
A L L
KansasXity-Manual vs. Lincoln llioh School
SATURDAY, NOV. 18
230 P. M.
W. J. BRYAN PRIZE
COMMITTEE. 8ELECT3 THE '8UB
a JECT FOR ES8AY.
General Admission, 50c
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go to Minneapolis to the gamo. It
means more to a team to have loyal
rooters on the sidelines cheerlngthem
on evory play than anything else the
student body could do to aid them In
the game. Many tickets havo been
sold already for this excursion, but
too many of thoqe who aire buying
tickets are citizens from Lincoln, and
not enough students. Those who havo
not secured tickets should make an
early trip to tho Northwestern office
and purchase the tickets. Many tick
ets for the game have been sold to
those desiring to go to tho Nebraska!
section In tho grandstand. It Is' neces-.
sary that the students should got these
early In order that a return may bo
made to the Minnesota management
on Prldnv. Tho tickets are on sale at
,. ..-; - i- r- "!
HarnroiTOi'8, Neurasican omcu, ana
with J. E. Edgorton.
Booth hns ben putting the .men
through some hard practice this past
week. Tho work has. been mostly
with -the guaml-posltlomi, which seems
to be Nebraska's weakness at the pres
ent time, ienkind nnd Wenstrand
have been the men worjked hardest In
order that they miglrt be In a fit con
dition for Saturday's contest. Booth
has also been working on the end ma
terial In order to have a man, to fill
The physical condition of tho menj
te tho host, voiy few having sustained
Injuries In tho v Colorado ame.
Johnson, who had -a "gamo" leg, Is,, to.
all intent of the word, well again, and
ready to buck up against tho best of
them. Cotton, wno was stale and over
trained for a couple of weeks, Is up
jo his usual form now.
Tho officials for Saturday's gjimo
have been selected and are as follows:
Referee, Lieutenant Hackett, West
Point; umpire, Allen; head linesman,
McCarthy, VlsconBln. Booth had not
selected tho men who would make the
Minnesota trip whon tho paper went
to. press. ' "
INTERCLAS8 ATHLETIC BOARD
Makes Rules. for the Football Games
Between Classes. .
The lnterclass athletic board mot for
the first tlmo this year In tho Y. M.
C. A. rooms during tho convocation
hour yestorday morning and decided
upon tho rules which are to govern
all Intorclass contests for tho present
year. It was decided that tho mem
bers of the Lnw School should bo en
titled to play on the academic clasB
teams, the senior laws to bo counted as
juniors, tho junior laws as Juniors, and
the freshman laws as sophomores.
This move was opposed by the repre
sentatives of the freshman class, but
all the other classes were In favor qf
.It. ,TJbi.t,WJ(11.44nBure, ,strongor class L
teams all the way .through the uppor
.classes, whoso, teams generally bo
come weaker each year.
In regnriMotho eligibility of pjay-
ers, It was decided that no player who
had over won the Initial could engage
in tliat lino of athletics on class teams,
but that. he should not be barred from
tho other, lines. All men who havo
had the flrsUtcam signals this season
are barred from playing on the class
Quito a dispute arose as to whether
tho laws should still havo representa
tion on the board, This was not final
ly settled, but It Is probablet that slnco
the different classes lire now fused,
the renspn for separate representation
has failed, and it will bo rulod against.
Control of Political Parties by the
State to Be the Question Con
sidered by Contestants,
The committee which has In charge
the awarding of tho William Jennings.
Bryan prlzo each year met yesterday
and decided upon tho subject for the
year 1905-C. This prlzo Is tlib .Income
of $250,, donated Ijy Mr. Bryan; and Is
to bo" awarded to tho-wrltor of tho best
essay on the sclenco of government.
Tho subject selected for tho current
year Is "How Far and on What
Grounds Should tho State Control nnd
Provldo for tho Machlnory of Pnrtlos?"
All students aro ollglble to compete
for this prlV.0. All contestants should
famtllarlzo thomselves with pie rules
and conditions on which thP prlzoTF
awarded. Tliea'o aro in the hands of
Registrar Clark, and may bo c'onsulted,
at, his office.
Leaders for" Noon Meetings.
The leaders of the noon meetings
of tho Y. W C. A. for tho remnlndor
of the week will bo as follows:
Thursday, Miss Chambers.
Friday Miss Greenwald.
Walkover shoes for college men.
Rogers &-Porklns Co., 1129 O St.
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Minnesota Captain and Full Back.
-lism"7ii, footbalL Is, known uy evory
Studenti Other prominent pro'fpssors
, wliF speak to tho studpnts, as woll as
;,rspmo of tho 'fdotball men. Those who
. 'attend those meothigr know howench
- nym on tho team Is .made to respond
to.a'cnll.fora speech "by the enthusias
tic studpnts, -It l8h"cnraa hy Alio .ypll
rooters" tliht'somd 'new songs wIUUjq
: readyforI the meeting this "morning.'
AboutfnyJ pr toif ralmited of 'the. tlino
will be given over to rooting.,
Is to boot tho Minnesota excursion. 8 ARMORY, NOVEMBER 25
. The. - students - should imprpyo tneir q . svs
opiwrtimlty to secured low rate andl-OOOOOOCX)OpqOOfiQQPQOOCK?OpTO
Nebraska Captain and Center.
Sunday. Address for dilrls.
All Y. W.-Gr A. glrl8shoul(nie sura
not to miss tho address to bo delivered
next Sunday 'by Mrs. Doyle. Her sub
ject will bo one of great Interest to
all college girls "Tho Different
Phases of Slum Work." There will bo
special music, ,
Dr. Thomas, Rectal Diseases. 1319 O.
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