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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN,
the Daily Jlebraskan
mi ' ii, I' inn'm "i
The Hepsri4rtV61. f.i, Tho 'Nebwukan,
VoL 10, Bcarlat and Cream. Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at the University of Nebraska,
Lincoln,' Neb., m the Hesperian Publish
Entered as aocond class matter,
March 14, 190C, at tho Poet. Office at
Lincoln, Nob., under tho Act of Con
gress, March 3, 1879.
Manager Fred Naughton
Atet. Manager, W. E. 8tandeven
EdItoMn-Chlef R. A. Van Orsdel
Assistant Editor.... Fred Ballard
Athletic Editor Harry Swan
B. F. Huso.
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Night Telephone Automatic 2365
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Next fall will find many changes
upon the football schedules of many
of tho Western universities. Since
tho break between Chicago and Michi
gan many new possibilities have
.opened up. Both these schools will
likely play games with Eastern Insti
tutions. Cornell has began correspond
Ing with Chicago for a game and
, Pennsylvania will quite likely meet
This Is a great, condescension for
the Edstern schools. Heretofore they
have absolutely refused to meet any
school In the West. For this reason
much speculation has been Indulged
In as to which played the better foot-
.ball, east or west. Whichever team of
the "Big Eastern Four;" Princeton,
Yale, Harvard or Pennsylvania, won
possible that the dollar athletic regis
tration fee may go Into effect. This
seems to ' be the most successful
scheme throughout the country, but it
has been impossible in the past to suf
ficiently Impress upon the student
body tho need of loyal support for
athletics. The athletic department
feels very much indebted to the "Barb
Association" for the missionary work
it has done among its members in re
gard to this support. There will bo
no dearth of funds another year If the
dollar athletic registration Tee is es
tablished. This squash of the for
mer system comes in time to give the
authorities ample opportunity to for
mulate and carry into effect plans by
which football, basket-ball, baseball,
and track work can be successfully
carried on next year and for all time
without educating the rising genera
tion at the University in the practice
of "slush fund," "packed primary,"
"Btuffed ballot," and "Jerrymandering"
PHI BETA KAPPA INITIATION.
Eighteen Taken In at the Residence
of A. J. Sawyer Tuesday Evening.
Tho annual banquet and initiation
of Phi Beta. Kappa was held Tuesday
evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Sawyer. Besides the eighteen
initiations, twenty of the faculty and
alumni (or ae) were present to assist
in the initiatory rites and the succeed
ing program. The guests assembled
promptly at six o'clock and the mem-
bers-eloct were promptly put through
tho ceremony which made them mem
bers of Nebraska "Alpha of Phi Beta
After the initiation a very enjoyable
banquet was given, succeeding which
several toasts were responded to.
Professor Ross, the tdastmaster, to
whom the title "master of the meta-
the eastern championship, claimed the,phor" has been given, welcomed the
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lntercolleglato championship. Such
assumptions of title have appeared
ridiculous to western people, but what
could they dot Now the opportunity
has come and wlth-tho two strongest
western teams meeting the east we
can see the rosult.
" The Athletic Board ejection yester
day failed to kick up the usual dust
and only a few votes were cast. For
the last two years over a thousand
votes have been cast for student mem
bers pf tho Athletic Board, while this
year Lloyd Denslow got 48, Antone
Lott 48, ' Francis Schmidt 48, E. E.
Sprague 47, and M. M. Welton 47.
' It Is very fortunate that the slump
in voting was as great as it was, since
now it will be possible to get some
definite action along the line of "elgltl
mate" support for athletics, and it is
new members and Miss Lota Stetter
responded for the class or 1906.
Professor M. M. Fogg, in a few firm
and decisive words, spoke upon the
subject "The Scholar In the Moral
Whirlwind:" Professor Daniel Ford
read a selection from his book of
poems, and Professor E. W. Davis
closed the evening's program by a
talk upon the topic "Phi Beta Kappa
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