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Congress, of March a, 1870.
A DELIBERATE AFFRONT.
Tho uctlon of tho Seniors of tho Col-
logo of Law in forming a sopanito and
coruplcto 'clnss organization aftor join
ing with tho Soniora of tho acadomic
section of tho University in tho moot
ing hold on Tuesday, cannot bo other
wise construed than as a deliberate
affront to the acadomic Seniors.
In an editorial recently wo urged
tho advisability of allowing tho Senior
Law to partlqipato In tho general
Sonior election with tho proviso that
tho Laws enter-heartily into every
branch of class endeavor and share
equally with the others in dues and
gonoral bxponsos.. Apparently with
this, understanding tho Senior Laws
did vote, and now It seems they .are at-
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tempting to repudiate tho alliance, or
bettor tho amalgamation of the7
If such is-tho'caso tho Sbhlbr Laws
aroJuBtly subject to .strong censure.
If It is not tho caso wo should like an
explanation. Class politics in tho Uni
versity should not be a subject for
experimentation by embryo politicians
and this Is apparently tho attitude of
tho Senior Laws.
Tho fotball season Is well under
way so far as tho progress of tho
, squad is concerned but thofo was a
feature of tho gamo of last .Saturday
that indicates a degree of stagnation
among the. spectators that should be
corrected at onco If we aro to fbok
for a successful team this year. The,
cheering was decidedly Ineffective.
Rooting is generally recognized by
coaches the .country over and by the
. members of the teams that accomplish
r,.?4b "Arj - l:Jii
tho most, as without exception tho
most powerful moans of spurring a,
team on to victory. 'Who of us that
have boon horo for tho past few yearn
have not seen the decisive effect of a
volloylng "U-U-U-N-I" or a concerted
call for "Touchdown, Nebraska" at
psomo critical Btage on tho game? The
memory of tho desperate fight on the
Kansa8fiol(l in 1903 whore time aftor
timo Nebraska was forced backward
only to hold successfully under the
very shadow pf tho goal, brings with
it tho appeal of tho little crowd of
Nobraskans who cheered for tho team
In. the faco of what was almost certain
defeat until tholr fears woro turned In-
to rejoicing' and tho gamo was won.
If rooting over won a gamo or saved
a team from overwhelming defeat it
was on that day.
This year Nebraska is faco to faco
with a heavier schedule than she has
had in years. Our material is green
for tho most part and lacks tho cohfl
denco instilled into tho veterans of
former yenrs by exporienco. The duty
of the rooters is therefore moro evi
dent than ever. They should turn out
in larger numbers than oyer beforo
and get into practice for tho offectivo
rooting that ,1s accomplished solely
thru, constant drill in tho early part
of tho season.
Our rooting Jeadors will bo on tho
field Saturday for" throe quarters of an
hotir before the' game starts and it is
to bo hoped that tho rooters'- section
will be filled with men and mega
phonos prepared for business at least
fifteen minutos before either team 1b
on tho field. In thiB way only can wo
secure tho concerted yelling that in
spires. Tonight tho Y. W. C. A. gives its
flrst Waterloo Bong service, between
five and six. Tho selections will be
sung exactly as they woro at tho con
vention. Miss Lucilo Long is tho
Boloist for the meeting, as showaB
for tho conference at 'Waterloo. It
may be pertinent to mention horo the
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remarkable prominence of Nebraska
girls at this year's conference, which
embraced representatives from stu
dent. Y. W.J3. A.'s of .fourteen Btates.
while 414 girls simo present In all,
and. only fourteen of those camo from
Nebraska, as undergraduates or alum-
Tiae, yet honors were-'glvon as fol
MlBff Ida Vibbard, charge of the"
music for tho conference.
Miss Pearl Archibald, charge of all
Miss Lucilo Long, soloist of tho con
Miss Qracb Coppock '05 charge of
Miss Anna Van Zandt and Miss Elva
Sly, both of '04, important Mission
The conference was held at Water
loo, Iowa, from the third to the four
teenth of August. Miss Ruth Pnxson,
who" Is well known hero, was the
head of the entire conference. Lucilo
Long, as soloist, was more than cor
dially received, and her voice' was
praised by all.
Miss Grace Coppock will start this
month 'for Shanghai, China, "as a mis
sionary. - - M.""& .k- ''.w. ''f-' ".,
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Physical Education Graduates.
Tho following aro graduates or ox
students of tho Normal Physical Train
ing Course of the University of Ne
braska, holding the positions men
tioned: Miss Ada G. Heaton, director of
Women's Gymnasium and Assistant
Deaii of Women, BakfirUniversity,
Miss 136th Wallace, Physical" Direc
tor, Omaha High School, Omaha, Neb.
MIbs Margie RIchardB, Physical Di
rector, Lincoln-High School, Lincplnrf
Miss Nellie White, Physical Direct
tor, Brenan College,' Gainesville, Ga.
Misses Adolo Koch and Ima Briggs,
Physical Directors, private gymna
sium, Battle Creek, Mich.
Miss Ina Glddlngs, Director Girls'
High School, Lead, S. D.
Miss Pearl Archibald, Y. W. C. A.,
New York City.
Miss Nellie Miller, Director Wes
loyan University, University Place,
Mr. E. V, Graves, Director of Phys
ical Training and Athletics, Lawrenco
University, Appleton, Wis.
J. R. Bender, Director Physical
Training and Athletics, Washington
State College, Pullman, Wash.
Lletchor Lane, Physical Director, Y.
M. C. A., Peoria, Ili. ' r.
Alice Towno,vInstructor in Gymna
sium, University of "Nebraska.
Edith Athorton, Public Schools,
This certainly speaks eloquently for
tho work tho Department of Physical
Education is" doing and for the success
and prestige of its graduates.
The two night clubs for boys have
been started. One" club for girls Is
The Settlement is in urgent need
of, a teacher for the .boys' class in
carpentry work. Tho tools aro in
readiness, and the demand is eager,
but no teacher has as yet appeared.
A teacher is also needed for a pro
posed class in embroidery. '
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