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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1905)
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FOOTBALL NUMBER OF "NEBRASKAN" TIIANKSGIVING 1
Zbc Daily ndbraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Ilesporian, Vol. 31, Tho Ncbraskan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and 6rcam, Vol. 4.
- Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hesperian Publish
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. - Lauronco Fosslor.
H. P. Lcavltt.
Dwlght Cramer. A. O. Schrolber.
Editor-in-Chief. J.D. Clark
Managor Fred Naughton
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Entered at tho pemtofneo at Lincoln,
'Neb., as second-class mall matter undor
tho act of congress of March 3. 1879.
Individual-notices will bo charged for
at tho rato of 10 conts for each Insertion.
. Faculty departmental and university bul
letins will gladly bo published freo, as
"Mlnnosotn has a band of which the
University Ih justly proud, and overy
lv.vnl MInnosotan Is proud of the boys,
but many wore obliged o blush las.
Salurdayon account of the dlscouriosy
shown tho visiting bund. Minnesota
has always had tho ivr.utntlon of treat
ing her visitors with iho greatest
courtesy and it is unfoi lunate that the
NToTirnska rooters can. point to any
uct of discourtesy o&tinu part of any"!
UnnoHOtn representative. We can af
ford to be courteous to our guests and
we cannot afford to ue otherwise. It
Is to bo hoped that tho leader of Min
nesota's band will see to it that the
old MinueBota reputation for courtesy
OPPORTUNITY AND POSSIBILITY
At the Men's meeting
Allss MaucfKendall will sing.
to visitors does not again suffer as it
' did last Saturday."
The abovo is from tho Alumni Weolc
ly of tho University of Minnesota, nud
Is certainly a just criticism of tho ac
tion of the Minnesota hand during the
game. Aside from thin one instance,
however, tho troatment accorded the
visiting Nebraskans wag kcourteouj in
tho extreme, and none of us can have
Glhor than kind thoughts of the Min
ncHota studont body.,
On our port, wo bavo ground for
criticising our6wn band for tho way
they performed at tho game. No ono
has yet been 'able to explain why they
i filed In en minutes after the game be
gon., but. as most of Una- players w,ere
iloubtless as anxious as any of .the ex-
curslonists to see tho beginning of tho
contost, there was probably Bomo good
reason for tho delay. There was no
cjccuho, however, for allowing tho Min
nesota band to put them in tho shade
in everv way. If the men played once
curing the game excepting just ue
twecnhalvcB, nobody noticed it. There
has alo been much criticism because
tho hand stayed in St. Paul before and
nf he game. Whether this was the
work of the football management or or
the band itself, the students on tho
excursion felt that since they had
helped take the band along, it should
have gone where they did. Playing a
piece In St. Paul at the Ryan did not
cheer up tho students at tho Nicollet.
Dean Marion Talbot of tho Univer
sity of Chicago, delivered an address
at the annivorsary chapel exercises
which should bo read by all women.
Professor Talbot's words are applica
ble to everyone whether at home or at
school, and the questions which she
propounds should bo seriously and
thoughtfully considered. She said in
"What needs in the life of the uni
versity can tho women especially serve
at the time? There Is no question but
they will maintain the high standards
of scholarship and the courteous and
dignified bearing which have thus far
marked them. Can they In -addition
promote honesty nnd slmplllcty in uni
versity life? Can they openly say tho
true thing even if It Is not the popular
thing, frankly refuse expenses higher
than their means, fearlessly claim
freedom from interruption of duties
they have undertaken, actively stand
for the essentials of noble and gener
ous character as against the smart
ness and cleverness "which are as mis
leading as they are alluring? Can
they so order their lives as to secure
tho things of real and lasting value
the friendships!, the discipline, tho
holp, the culture, tho beauty, tho
pleasure and eliminate the tawdry,
at the Oliver Theatre,
26, 3:30 p. m. "
the showy and' tho untrue' from their
physical, intellectual, aesthetic, and so
clalJlfe? Can they so plan their days
as to have time for solitude, time for
thinking, time for meditation on tho
Another New Feature.
At the suggestion of the Mechanical
Engineering department, tho County
Pair has ad.ded another very interest
ing fehthro to its already large list
of creditable exhibits. This now ad
dition consists of practical demonstra
tions In forge work as given by that
department, and will' be as near like
the genuine "shop work" as the.
'.'Babies" -and tie1 Engineering depart
ment can possibly make-.it.v s. .,,
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