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Intor-clasB football 1h a branch of
uthlctlcH ni the University of Nebraska
jhut hnB not attained sufficient prom
lnonce hithonlQ. Novor In tho history
of our institution hnvo gnmos by class
towns, in competition among them
selves or with like teams from other
collegos or universities, commanded
tho attention or interest of any large
numbors of our students. Why this
lias been wo do not profess to know.
Whothor It hns been felt that too much
promlnonco glvon to tho class teams
wolild woaken Uie 'Varsity squad or
whether lnter-class athletics- is a mat
ter of indlffbrencq to most of our stu
dents Is a question hard to answer.
However, we are face to face with tho
Tho first class meeting of tho year
is to be held today by the Seniors. In
all probability the election of officers,
will occupy almost all of the livailnble"
time but wo fool sure that a moment
spent in the consideration of clasB foot
ball would bo woll worth while. If
the Seniors will appoint their captain,
mnnager, and coach today a procodont
will bo set for tho other classes that
will practically Insure nn early start
on the Intor-clnsB schedule and will
prevent a repetition of tho long drawn
ot sfcasons that have boon tho rule
for tho past two or three years. Gamos
In Docomber are neither interesting
nor safe, for a frozen ground is a de
cided monnce to the physiques of a
lot of half trainod players.
Besides this, if tiiero Is 'Varsity ma
terial hi tho upper clnssos that can bo
brought out only thru class intorest
Coach Postor should be permitted to
"get next" boforo it is too late. A num
ber of mon on our prosont 'Vnrslty
squad wero "discovered" in this Way as
well as many who have, gone out of
the University. Our first team sched
ule Is tho hardest one in years. Min
nesota Is strong, Chicago is in excel
lent condition, and Kansas has her
whole team of last yoar with but ono
exception back in tho game. Our
chances for a successful Benson, thou
depend upon the amount of material
that can bo unearthed and moulded
into shape at the carlost possible mo
ment. Class football can help, and
class football must help.
We urge prompt action on the purt
of every class aiftl today It Is up to
The romarkable apathy displayed by
the Juniors toward class politics, witli
their election just ono week from to
day Is mystifying to spectators of the
gamo. A plausible explanation sug
gested is that general timidity prevails
among tho class leaders about taking
action in tho matter of the Junior Prom
owing to tho unfortunate complications
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situation, as it Ja and wo believe that
every loyal student "slttvuld give it seri
In other institutions of our sizo and
importance , interclass football ranks
not far behind the work of the. 'Varsity-j-of officers this term.
in tho estimation of the students. The
work of tho Fresjiman team is watched
with especial Intorest fpr tho clqp It
affords as to future 'Varsity material
and at Stanford and thp University of
California up to the present year the
annual game between the first year
teams has drawn as , large a crowd
and supported as keen an interest
generally ns the "big" game Itself. Of
courso such a consummation Is not
possible, nor perhaps oven desirable,
hero at Nebraska". It would bo entirely
too exponslvot for ono thing, as our
present football deficiency adequately
demonBtratoB'."' Nevertheless thoro can
be a distinct movement for tho better
If tho classes 'pro willing to co-operate
and alongthiscHne we havo a sugges
tion or two to offer, y '
connected with that function last year.
Itjls to bo hoped that tho present np-parent-lndlfferoncerwhatOYor
may bo, will not result in less thought
or care being exorcised in the choice
Republican Club Business Meeting.
Tonight tho University Republican
Club will hold Its first business meet
ing in U. 207 at 7:30 o'clock. Plans
will bo discussed to attend tho Bev
erldgo Republican rally at the Oliver
Theater on Pctbbot 4, and thus socuro
reserved seats, It is desired that all
Republicans hand in their names and
register with the' Club. Inipprtaojt
business will come up. It Is desired
that the Republicans in oach class bo
well represented. The mooting will be
The Y. M. C. A. 8tag R.eceptiqn.
The roceptlon tendered to the young
men of tho University last Saturday
evonlng by tho Y. M. C. A. was one
of tho most enjoyable occasions of .its.
nnturo ever given. The proceedings
wero started by a talk from Coach Fos
ter. Aftor emphasizing his interest
in the Y. M. C. A. and its work, ho
gave a short talk on football. He
stated, that In his opinion, it was ti)e
greatest of games for college men.
Prof. Co;ulra.,theu spoke on "behalf
of tho Faculty, and W. E. Standovon
for tho Nebruskan. , Mr, Standeveu
chose as his text, "Thoy toll not, nei
ther do thoy spin." He did full jus
tico to his subject.
At the close of Mr. Standoveu's talk
Mr. J. L. Dor Kinderen spoke of tho
rpr. M. C. A. and Its went. This nddross
closed tho speaking.
ThOEir prefeent wero then divided
into classes with the following lead
ers: Seniors, L. E. Wolfe; JunIors2
B. E. Yodor; Sophomores, R. L. Nel
son, and Freshmen. Gr-M. Wallace.
Tho athletic program was then taken
After the weight men had been so
lected for the shot-put, and tho coats
had been "peeled," a paper bag filled
with air was brought forward to be
"put." The Freshmen won this event
with a put of 120 Inches.
Blindfold Boxing, Basketballra Re
lay race, and Indoor Baseball wero In
dulged In. Tho Senlorawero success
ful In a: majority of therevents and
won tho contest'.
.hist at tho close of tho program tho
lights went out and tho hall was In
darkness for tho next half hour. The
boys got together, and sang dupjfig tho
Interval. Finally lanterns twpre brought
and refreshments werdServed.
The guests departed, all very en
thusiastic' dver tlic success of he Y.
M. C. A. ns, hosts.
Pershing drill in the Armory at' 7:1-5
Thursday eyeulng. Wear uniforms
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