The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 11, 1906, Image 1

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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN; THURSDAY, OCTOBER ti, S906.
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FOOTBALL RALLY
Fl RST FOOTBALL MA8S MEETING
tt TODAY IN MEMORIAL .HALL.
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Speeches by Coach , Foster, Captain
xWorklrer and Others Music by
Band Dr. Pound to Preside.
. The first' football rally of the yeau
-TVill bo held in Memorial Hall at Con
Vocation hour this morning. A pro
jcram of unusual interest has; been
prepared and a crowd that Will over
How tho room is confidently expected.
I)r. Pound will' preside as he has so
..often done inr Iho past and there, will
bospooches by men specially prepared.
to talkon football topics.
Saturday is planned. ' A largo num
ber of students aro expecting to ac
company their team and promise to
give Nebraska, soniu Instruction in vig
orous rooting. Their toam lo more or
less ah unknown quantity, even to
themselves, since it has had no .game
that was a true test of Its jprowess,
but, according to Coach Bell, there
Is a good chance to givo the Corn
huskcrs a hard gamo -
, New Assistant Trainer.
The Athletic Board has appointed
Ferdinand Menifee' assistant football
trainer to succeed. Fred doe, who has
held that position since the opening
of tho season. Mr. Menifeo enlorod
upon his duties the first of tho week.
For Sale Gymnasium suit, nearly
how, lady's,; size 36, $2r-l,600 P St.
FOOTBALL 80NQS.
For Use at the Mass Meeting This
Morning.
Cheer for Nebraska, Nebraska raust-
wln,
Fight to the finish, never give In,
You do your best, boys, we'll do tho
rest, boys,,
Fight for tho victory.
Coach Foster.
As tho backs go tearing by
On their way to do or dlo
lany sighs', many tears
Mingled with Nebraska's cheers.
As thobacks go tearing by
Making gain on steady gain
Echo swells the sweot refrain
Nebraska's going lo win today
Nebraska sure must win today
As the backs" go tearing by .
McVey Printing company does the
best University work at J 25 No. 12th.
I1ENRIK IBSEN
PROFE880RF088LER DELIVERS
ANMNTERESTINQ. LECTURE.
Discusses the Great Dramatist His
wnai nviQi iid niiiwaupii
' - His Purpose.
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Henrlk Ibson vas tho subject of an
lntorotftlng talk by Professor, Foasler
at Convocation yesterday morning, In
spoaklng of this celebrated writer,,,
who died last spring; Professor Fobs
lor said that the study of his life and
works, was so oxtonslve that manyv
know him only by name., Henrlk Ib
sen has given t many good writings not
only4o the natViri, but. io'the whole
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Among the speakers will beJCoacTf
'Fostdr,' Commandant Workizer; and
Dr. Bolton. Tho band Will render sev
eral selections and' it is possible that
a quartette from tho Glee" Club may
bo on hand o contributo their part
to tho ''tout ensemble."
' The purpose of tho rallfs to con
centrate tho enthusiasm for football
In the University that, exists how only
in .small quantities, scattered 'thru tho
student body, The rooting leaders
will be oh hand" to lead the yells aud
it is expected that twp new.rqotoau
songs will bo given, thejr Initial try
t out. One of these Js a production
from Coach Foster's fertile braih, and
is et to a well known air. This fact
rIoro te expected to draw large crowds
bf the t;o-eds to the raliy. t
Ileports, from Drake indicate that
the; team there has the enthusiastic
support of, the, entire student body and
Mjat in excursion to Lincoln on next
L-lbraiyHall.
LlbrniTTlHH is probably as" fine a
Hbrarv building as wlllbo found on
the campus of any university in the
west. ,;T
It was built In 189G and contains the
Unlvurslty Library and Its seminary
rooms, tho museum, and library of the
Nebraska; State Historical Society, trio
Fine' Arts "(Jallery and tho rooms of
the departments of Fine Arts, Euro
pean Hisldry, the English Language
and Literature, Philosophy, nnd Polit
ical Economy and Public Financo.
A)tho tho main reading room nc
commodates 300, it Is quite probable
that additional tables and benches
will have to bo installed in tho near
futuro so crowded are tho students'
for room. A . liko condition also pro?
vails In tho stack 'room, where there
Is a, marked shortage of shelves.
INTERNATIONAL SECRETARY.
Mr. McMillan ,WWR:AddrM Y. M.C.A.
fctgdeni? Sunday. . ' ,
Mr. McMillan, International Secre
tary of the Y. M, C. A., will address
University students In Memorial Hall
next Sunday afternoon." As Mr. Mc
Millian )s one of the leaders 'in the
Y.,,M. C, A. field, it is expected that
many students will attend tho lecture
.Secretary MqAUHIan will come lo
Llncoln,,prlmarlly to attend the annual
convention of the Nebraska University
Young Men's Christian Associations,
which Is to bo held hero this week.
The first meeting of tho convention
will bo held at the University, Friday,
and continue until Saturday, when the
bonvontlon will adjourn to Cotnor Uni
versity. Representatives from Grand Island,
Hastings, Bellvue, Dpane, WOsloyan,
and Cotnor, as well as a number of
"secretaries from neighboring states,
will attend the convention, Which Is
expected to be tho most 'enthusiastic
over held In Nebraska. ?.
world, and yet some peoplo regard his ,
teachings n3 immoral. Such Wrong
opinions are based upon the, inade-,
quato judgment of those who aw
eyes, but see not, and ears but do not
hear. It is easy to put tho stigma
of Immorality upon those who disturb
our soul's tranquillity and pence. " ,
Ibsen portrays niodorn conditions
and problems, showing life in. a va '
riety of aspects. Ho really, knows
men and women. Fearlessly q ex
poses the sordldness of mon'ln thcli;.
struggles forr wealth and' power, and
glorlea in making men feel their short
comings. He fs an idealist and is s
yero in making; demands on man's bet
ter nature. The standards of life set
by pu-selvea are too low. Ibson tell
us to live up to our ideals and have,
our wills direct our actions. He asks
us directly, 'VVhat Is good.? Vhat Is
oyil ?" It ' is sot enoiigh 4o- ewew
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