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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1906)
THE DAkLY INEBRASKAM.
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By Augustus Thomas
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graduate was able to do anything but
talk football ten days before the game
was played. The papers took It up.
Tlfe Board of Trade took Itjup and bet
enormous suniB on the outcome. It
was football everywhere. The faculty
and University proper, Tn the mean
time, were entirely forgotten.
Mr. Meggs played In the Maroon line
last season and was perhaps one of
the strongest men In his position last
year. He Is one of the most "likely"
looking athletes who has 'visited Ne
braska for some time. He will not
return fi Clitengo this year, however,
being the traveling representative, of
an eastern manufacturing company.
While In the city Mr. Meggs was
the guest of J. K. Morrison, manager
of the football team last year.
Mission Study Classes.
C. E. Mission Topics! Thtirs. 4-5
Dr. B. M. Longv
Comparative Religions Wed. 4-B
Rev. R. H. Houseman.
Home Missions Mon. 5-0
Mrs. T. F. A. Williams.
Africa :jJL. Wed. 5.-6
Registration for these classes has
now commenced In earnest and the
classes will meet at their appointed
times beginning next Monday, Oct. 1.
The places of meeting will be an
nounced this week In the Nebraskan
and by bulletin. Dr. Long's class will
each month take up the mission topic
for the month In Christian Endeavor.
Register in the Y. W. C. A. rooms.
Law Contracts for Engineers.
Students desiring to take Jurispru
dence 11, Law Contracts for Engineers,
will meet Professor Morse Thursday
at 1 o'clock in M 212, to arrange for"
the class. This will probably be given
jis a two-hour course, Involving lec
tures, and. text-book work, using the
text-book, and outllnesfollowed at
Cornell University, it will necessi
tate no library work, .the text being
sufficient to cover the work taken. The
course is strongly recommended for
Junior and Senior Engineers who can
arrange to take It. Five o'clock two
days a week has been suggested as a
recitation hour that will accommo
dSto nearly everyone.
Nebraska at Other Law Schools.
The University of Nebraska Is to be
well represented this year at the lead
ing law schools of the country by men
who took their preliminary training
hereT" Mr. Mason. Wheeler goes to the
Columbia Law School, New York; Mr.
John L .Clark and Charles Sawyer to
Harvard; Mr. Clement L. Waldron and
Mr. Eugene Brooklngsto the Univer
sity of Wisconsin, and Mr. Allen W.
Field, son of Judge A. W. Field of this
city, to Leland Stanford.
' Nebraska men in the Mast havo-
stood in the front rank at other Institutions-
to which they have gone, and
no loss Is epected of the men who
have gone away this year. Nebraska
"expects every man to do his duty."
For Will-Be Teachers.
The action of the University Senate
at its meeting last Friday permits a
somewhat greater freedom of choice
in required studies to candidates for
teachers' certificates than was for
merly allowed. Courses In Logic, In
troduction. to Philosophy, and Eethics
are now added to the list of those from
which the student may choose sub
stitutes for Philosophy 2.
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REGULARS IN LINCOLN.
Tenth and Thirtieth Batteries, U. S.
Artillery, at Fair Grounds.
Drill was excused at 5:15 yoHterday
aftomoon to permit the cadets to go
to the State Fair grounds, where two
batteries of artillery of the regular
army are temporarily encamped Those
two batteries, the Tenth and Thirtieth,
under the command of Captains Over
ton and Straub, respectively, form the
Tenth Battalion of U. Sr Artillery, with
Major Allen U command.
They are en route to their post at
Fort Snelllngr Minnesota, from Fort
Riley, where they have recently taken
part In the annual maneuvers. They
go to Omaha from hero, having loft
Lincoln at G o'clock this morning, and
will give an exhibition drill at the
street fair and carnival about to open
The batteries have with them the
usual marching equipment, including
eight guns, 220 horses, ambulance and
hospital corps and a complete pack
At the State Fair grounds yesterday
afternoon only the ceremonies of Re
treat and Guard Mount were given.
The soldiers report-tho beBt of treat
ment from farmers and other citizens
en route, especially In Nebraska.
The Nebraska militia) the boys say,
Is the best they have seen this sum
mer. The officers of the battalion dined
with Captain Worklzer last evening.
Senior Qlass Meeting.
The first meeting oi the Senior class
will not bo held on Thursday of this
week as was announced In yesterday's
Nebraskan. No suitable room could
be secured owing to the Y. W. C. A.
mass meeting which is to bo held In
Memorial Hall at 11 o'clock.
The class will meet in Memoriul
Hall on Tuesday, October 2, at the
Convocation hour and election of ofll
cers for the semester will be the chief
No now candidates have appeared
for the office of President but there is
some talk of the possibility of noml
natlng a certain popular young lady
of the class. After the experience of
the class of '06 last year with its free
dom from contention and Its compe
tent committees, many of the mem
bers of '07 feel that the election of a
young lady a.s president for the first
semester wouhfgo far toward assuring
a successful outcome of the present
The Pershing Rifles last"nlght elect
ed the following ofllcers:
. . . .F. A. Anderson
C. D. Slaughter
D. C. Wilson
B. E. Yoder
. H. A. Joslin
.F. A. Crites
"3rd Sergeant . .
-4th Sergeant . .
R. E. Guthrie
W. E. Hawthorne
R. E. Guthrie
T. F. Mueller.
A letter- congratulating him upon
his promotion from the rank of Cap
tain was sent to Brigadier General J.
J. Pershing, founder, of the Pershing
Rifles, and one of- the most popular
commandants the Department has
Dean Pound at Bar Convention.
One of the best recoived of the three
addresses delivered ebfore the meet
ing of the American Bar Association
at St. Paul last month was the paper
by Dean Roscoa Pound of tho Law
'School. Dr. Pound's subject was
"Causes of Popular -Dissatisfaction
With the Administration of Justice."
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