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Vol. VI. No. JO.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN? FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1906.
Price 5 Cents.
SOUTH DAKOTA REPORTS UN
USUALLY STRONG. TEAM.
Good Game Assured Open Practice
Last Night New Men Out
plays Work Well.
The Dally Nebraskau is in receipt
of a letter from Vermillion which
states that tho South Dakota team is
in excellent condition and will make
Nebraska work hard to win on Satur
day. South Dakota loseH three of her
best men this year because of the 11 rm
-stand that the faculty has taken
against delinquency in studies. A new
and rigid' scholarship rule has been
adopted and strictly enforced. The
claim is that could those three men
play, South Dakota could come to Lin
coln this year with tho strongest team
that has ever ronresented their uni
versity'. Nevertheless, the South Da-
kotans think their team is a winning '
team and promise to make us hustle
for our laurels. ,
Practice on the athletic field grows
wildly exciting for tho rooters. Secret
practice has been abandoned and the
now plays are critically watched. "Pip"
Cook has been shifted from end Jo
quarter, where he bids fair to make
good. McDonald Is getting his leg into
shape and by the looks of things a
gopd many goals from the field will
i,v Several new men have ropqrted to I
VDiUUUhL'i fU&Ul UUIlUf) lliv; llttik iw.
tlie Hno-up for the coming game' may
. . . . ... ... . ... M
uo cnangea rrom tnat 01 iosl weeu s
game. From forty to fifty men" are
out everys evening .now. and the field
looks quite like old times again.
llpjeher. Harvey and Howard, are the
moBti promising of the new mon and
show an interesting game to tho old
'"men against whom they are pitted.
Denslow Is not up to his best form as
his leg is troubling him again, but he
will be all in the game when the
Practice last night was fast and
snappy, the cool weather seeming to
glvirthe real football atmosphere to
After tho ' coaches had given tho
men work at falling on tho ball, on
the chnrging machine, going down
' under punts and other elementary fea
tures of the game, the Varsity and the
scrubs went thru a -faatvslgnal prac
tice. The work wound Uh with a sharp
scrvlmmagQ, the scrubs kicking off to
tho Varsity. The first team tore tho
scrubs line wide open, the Varsity
backs going thru for long gains on
, straight bucks. Tho forward pass-wasi
worked twice for good gains and lu
a few minutes the Varsity scored.
,ntThen the scrubs were given tho ball
'cm the VarBlty's two-yard lino with
.four downs in which tq make the dis
tance. The Varsity lino held like a
stone wall and the scrubs were car
ried back op every attempt. ,.
Senior Laws Elect. i
The" Senior 'class, of" tho College of
Law mdt ori, Wednesday- and plected
t$o followingl officers fpr the first se--me'stor:
President, Edward 'Affolter;
.vlco president, J. W. Hoar; secretary,
Harry Keyser; treasurer, B. C. 'En
yartf sergeant-at-a'rms, A. C. Meier.
SAT.. OCT. 6
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DR. F. J. ALWAY.
New Head of Department of Agricul
ture at State Farm.
October 1st Dr. F. J. Alway took
charge of the Department of Agricul-
The following program will bo fur
nished by the University School of
Violin Sixth Air. r-r Do Borlot
Miss Genevieve Marie Fodrea.
ture at tho State Farm. Ho Ib a grad-1 Voice Gipsy Maiden, I Parker
uate of Toronto 'College and received
his Doctor's degree at Heidelburg In
1897. For the past eight years Dr.
Alway has been head of tho Chemistry
Department at Wosleyan. There ho
Miss Francolla French.
Piano Theme, Four Variations and
Finale from Symphonic Etudo,
opus 13 Schumann
MIbb Floss Denny.
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UNIVERSITY. 8ENATE. ADOPTS
Work of Board Defined Mor6 Careful
Administration Demanded in
Control of Athletics.
has built up a strong department and,
has made many researches along the
lines of organic and agricultural chem
istry. The most recent subject of his
investigation is tho alkali soil or' the
arid vgeions. His principal work at
the State Farm wlIFUo along the llpe
of oxperlment station research. Ho
will also teach Chemistry In the School
of Agriculture and will bffor next so
mester a course for University stu
dents In the methods of agricultural
Basket Ball Practise.
Basket ball practise beginning, next
Tuesday, October Sthplit 4:00 p. m.
will be held' twice a week thruout the
season. Pragtlso will bo held on Tues
days and Thursdays on the Gymna
sium iloor and all candidates for the
team are requested to come "out at
TM. 1 1. ..! .... l.si rft.. ...111 iitf.nt 41lr
iiiu wui iiiiiiniwi niun rni iiitub Liii
morning at 11 o'clock in U 110.
1. The work of said board Is to he
administered in a pronouncedly ucn
domic spirit, moral, elevating to schol
arship and to character, and as frco as '
possible from nil semblance of -professionalism.
2. In prescribing rules uxm eligibil
ity and play said Hoard is glvon lib
erty, but Is required to mako tho riiles
It adopts perfectly unambiguous and.
to enforco them rigorously, without
rcgurd either to laxity at other In
stitutions or to tho offect upon our
record of victories.
In construing tho foregoing .provi
sion, tho term professionalism shall
bo understood to refer to the conduct
of athletics in tho University only, and
not to prevent the adoption of any
rule which shall be deemed expedient
whereby bonn fide students who have
played summer blisebnll may take part
in athletic sports.
3. Said board's finances are to b
administered with tho card insisted
upon by the best business establish
ments. It is to contro expenditures
beforehand, as well us audit tho ac
counts afterwavd; hold responsible all
coaches, managers, and other ugents,
scrutinize all alleged debits, and pre
vent all extravagance, qpoculntionjind
.4. Tho Hoard, through lta r finance
committee or otherwise, shall each
yenr during the month of December,
publish a prJntod report of the boards
financial- transactions for the year end
ing that December, all items to be ex
hibited in the minute detail, appearing
la the Regents biennial report to tho
5. Any member or mombers of said
board may appeal to the Senate
against board acts or policies believed
by him or them to traverse the above
program or to be objectionable other
wise; provided, however, that notice
of Intention so to appeal shall In each
case be given in a. meeting of the
G. Said Bonrd may upon delibera
tion request the Senate to modify the
above ordinances' in detail, but should
it conclude that any sport how by it
directed cannot be carried on in ac
cordance with said ordinances, it is
hereby ordered that such sport so ..re
ported upon bo then forthwith discon
tinued. - )
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Geology Trip. ,
The claBB in field geology under Dr,
Condra will make a trip to -Roca,. Neb.,
on Saturday, October Gtb, leaving via
the Union Pacific at 7:25 a. m. and, re- .
turning via the Burlington at 5 p. m.
fa . .
m Notice to Rooters. A
Seats for the rooters in next Satur
day's game wilfbe roped off, and 're
served f dr. men carrying megaphones. .
The seats will be tho best in the'
bleachers and rooting leaders Blaugh-'
ler and MoWllliams urge an early ap-
pearance on tho field for preliminary
practise. ' ,
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