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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1906)
Vol. VI. No. 12
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN; TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1906.
Price 5 Cents.
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A NARROW ESCAPE
NEBRASKA DEFEAT8 SOUTH DA
KOTA IN HARD FOUGHT GAME.
Field Goal by McDonald Gives Only
Score Lack of Team Work Spoils
Chance of Decisive Victory.
Nebraska 4, South Dakota 0.
Much, to the surprise of tlio rooters,
Saturday furnished one of the most
closely contested' games ever seen on
Nobraska Field. Nebraska not only
mot with stiff opposition from South
Dakota, but had! the hardest kind of
warka. pull thp game out of the Are,
only managing to score a field goal
JUNIORS ELECT TODAY.
No Contest Expected Hughes Only
Candidate for Presidency.
The Junior cIuhr is onjoying u roa-1
pita from the storms which have hith
eTto made its political life a sea of
troublo'd woters. So fnr only one can
didate for the presidency has been an
nounced definitely. This is "Mlko"
Hughes. However, it is rumored that
A. H. Miller, a doughty football man,
will contest for the office.
The mooting is to bo held nt Convo
cation hour this morning in Memorial
Hull. A large uttendanco of the class
A meeting of the .Toffersonlun club
will be called In the near future by
NEW BOOK BY DR. CONDRA.
"The Geography of Nebraska" Tltlo of
Book of General Interest.
Professor G. E. Condra of the depart
ment of Googrnnhy and Economic
Geology is the author of a new book
which has- just appeared in print. It
Is entitled "Tho Geography of Nebras
ka," and is not intended to be u col
lege text book but ruthor for tho gen
eral reudlng public.
Dr. Condra was induced to write
the book by sooing tho ignorance
prevalent in one section of the state
concerning some other section. He
is especially fitted to write Buch u
book, having surveyed sixteen different
counties In Nebraska in the service
.of the government.
Tho book is being very favorably
WHAT OTHERS DO
INTERESTING CUSTOMS THAT
8ophomore Freshmen Rushes Other
Details of Class Rivalry as Told ,
by Our Exchanges.
Much has been sold lately of tho de
endenco of tho ancient custom ofcol
lego liaising. Tho following clippings
from our exchanges show tho start
ling progress of this reform:
Froshmen ooutcd with paste and cov
ered over with pretty autumn leaves
wero on exhibition on State street at
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and that not till well on in the second
i;t must be admitted tliat, in large
mpasuro, tho town's difficulty in win
iilng was due to its own poor work.
Owing to missed signals, slowness in
lining up and lack of concert between'
the-line and back-field, Nebraska's' for
mation pluys proved Ineffective and
sho was forced to resort to straight
lino bucks, which proved insufficient
to score a&ainst South Daklta's strong
Poonhandllng of punts nnd fumbling
nlso lost much '.ground" for Nebraska
and to make matters worse the team
suffered heavily from penalties. How
'over, Nebraska's defense proved very
satisfactory, piling up the Dakota men
on practically evory nttempt to gain
and allowing thorn, to make first down
The features of tho game wero tho
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'The University Temple, situated di
ngonully' ncross. tho street from the
southeast corner of thQrcampus, has
been in process of erection all sum
mor and rapid progress has been made.
When completed it will have cost $100,
000.00 and will goono of tho finest
buildings of its kind in tho country.
TEMPLE. . .
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Tho Temple will be used for rellg
IouBpurposes as woll as for a gather
ing place, for the students of the Uni
versity. It will luivo u largo audi
torium besides many specially ar
ranged rooms for the' various organiza
tions of tho University public, and is
expected to become1 the (center of tho
social life. In tho University.
D. P. DeYoung for tho purpose of con-'
slderlng tho challenge issued by the
Republican club for n joint debate on
tho issues of the present campaign. At
the'presont wx'iting it seems highly
probable that tho Jeffersoninn club will
accept the challenge
The Engineering- Society will hold
its first meeting of the year on Wed
nesday, October 10, at 7:30 p. m. in
VM 211 The election of officers will
bo tho chief business of the meeting.
All -members arq urged to bo present.
received. Professor Duvls of .Hnrvnrd.
Ex-Chancellor Cnnfield, now Librarian
at Cornell, and others have written
flattering testimonials nnd it bids fair
to have a wide reading uinco it is the
oriiyr comprehensive work on the sub
Ject in publication. .
The Zoological CJlulJ holds, its first
meeting of tho year tonight ut 8:00 p.
m. in M 301, Dr. Ward will lecture
on his trip 'to Alaska. All students,
members of Iho Faculty, and their
friends are Invited to attend.
nn early hour yesterday morning.
It was a climax of niiothor jkinhish
between tho underclassmen -in tho
"proc." war. Tho first-year men wore
defeated at every turn, for tho sopho
mores put up their "Black Friday'
posters and prevented the freshles
from placing "profane hands" upon the
Tho sophs wero ilrst in tho field and
were busily engaged in pasting up
their posters when tho "tens" ' -appeared,
t Tho t freshmen wero put to
rout nnd eight of their number madp
prisoners. To this octetto of fresh
men was delegated tho task of carry
ing tho soph paste buckets. When
they hud completed this tusk they
were relieved of most of their apparel
and given a bath in paste. .The finish
ing touches wore put on with Mry
leaves. Then, loking very-nxuclj, like
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