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THE DAIUY NEBRASKAN.
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4 THE PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
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INDIVIDUAL NOTIOEB will bo chargod for
at tho rato of 10 conta nor insortlon for ovory
Alteon words -or f ruction thoroof. Faculty
notices and University bullotlns will gladly bo
Entorod at the post fflco at Lincoln, Nebraska,
aa second-clam mail matter undor tho Act of
Oongross of March 0, 1870.
Thero will be an opportunity Jn
,Memoilal Hall this morning that no
Hnvnl fltudnnt cm, afford io mtaa. To
..football enthusiasts tho mass meeting
"affords an outlet for tholr ardor that
will bo of lmmenso bdneflt to tho
team and to themselves. To students
or mombors of the Faculty who are not
keenly In touch with University foot
ball tho opportunity He's In the chance
- thoro will be to absorb a little true
Nobrapka spirit and Btir tho blood that
is as yet a trine sluggish within their
veins. ' ,
The -Varsity needs ovory "bit of en
couragement that wo can glvo hom,
oVln Borno decree our anuad thla voar
lstrlctiy" "up against It." Ab wo
havo said before) our men for tho most
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parjt-arq not voterans, our schedule Is
,vtho "heaviest Nebraska has evor had
anftl tho now rulos riocossltato plays
' hat at best aro experimental.
'' Under these circumstances it is thti
' duty of overJM&tudent to "boost' fot
ball a'hd 'the way Is at hand this morn
ing. Drop your 'studies for half an
hour; it will do you good to bo well
waked up. Cut but tho half hour stroll
you usually tako at tho Convocation
period; you will be amply repaed.
- Expand your lungs a little more than
.. usual, throw reserve to tho winds for
onco, and cheer everything from a
'' selection' by the band to tone of Dr.
, Bolton's 1okes. You'll' bo .surprised at
the thrill that wiil follow.
' And the helpjrou will render to foot-
'ball at Nebraska will be beyound your
J utinosc expectations.
r The Junior staff of Iho Cornhusker
, met yesterday morning and tooknctlon
; onnhe method of filling out the blanks
forth personal, ,writq-ups,
ON THE WINQ3 OF RUMOR.
A short tlmo ugo'it was announced
thru iho columns of Tho Nobraskan
and the Lincoln city papers that tho
classes In Physical Education 13 nnd
15 would bo given Instruction during
the coming year In both boxing and
Evidently assuming that tho co-edn
nt NobrasUa have a monopoly on phys
ical education, an assiduous corre
spondent Immediately went to work
and tho following itom In tho New
York World indicates how far astray
tho matter finally went:
C0-ED8 MU8T TAKE
This Does Not Mean Love Taps, but
They Are to Learn Knock
(Special to Tho World.)
LINCOLN, Nob., Oct. LCo-eds of
tho Nebraska State University will be
given instruction hereafter in boxing
as well as other athletic exorcises.
Tho instruction thoy aro to recelvo
In the manly art of self-dofonso will
not, It is said, be of a superficial na
ture. It will bo thorough -and prac
tical, introducing' tho young ladies to
tho mysteries of tho uppor-cut and the
straight knock-on t and all tho other
deeper -and darker mysteries of the
The Instruction Is to bo given with
tho object in view of-bu!lding up and
strengthening tho bodies of tho fair
pupils and teaching them to dofend
themselves In case of need.
Thoco-cds aro also to be taught to
swim. Exercises In boxing and swim
ming will be required of tho freshmen
girls in connection with tho two-years
course In gymnastics.
Wo take pleasure In announcing of
ficially that 'there Is no truth in the
statemont of tho World and that.our
co-eds aro to retain 'indefinitely their
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EYos examined free'
Engineers 'Elect Officers.
,'The annual election of officers of
tho Engineering Club, hold last night,
resulted In tho election of tho follow
ing, men: ,
Vice-President A. G. Schrolbor.
Secretary O. N. Munn. "
TreasUrer O. L. Phillips.
Corresponding Secretary Clark
Upon the report of tho treasurer of
the Club, It was found that the Club
was $70.00 'to tho good," this -bolng
the balance left In the treasury from
last year. The Club voted to use thla
.surplus In securing some prominent
"engineer jto deliver a Jecturo before
the organization some tlmo this win
ter. It was decided that a smoker should
be given In the near fueure, to be fol
lowed by an engineer's banquet late
In tho semester.
Special 'Varsity dress suits, $35.00
and $40.00 at Ludwlg's.
Those toho intend taking Mechan
ical Dratoing, Botany and Zoology
should inspect my lfne; the test
articles at prices of cheap goods.
LSrgest stock off Fountain Pens in
the city . . Haoe you seen the
net History Cooer, a loose-leaf
one, for only 25c: History 'paper
8c per 100 sheets, 35e per 500
sheets Come in and see for
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ENGINEERS N THE LEAD.
"Builders" Outnumber All Other Col
leges In Attendance.
The, following tables of statistics,
compiled by Professor Richards, gives
an idea of tho comparative strength
of tho engineering school In the Uni
versity of Nobraska. The tablo is
.compiled from the reports of tho Reg
istrar and includes the total number
of males nttending tho University: u -,
Colloge of Medlolno T.G
Industrial College. 15,4
College" ot .Law 16.8
Literature, Sciences and Arts..,. 22.0
Engineers ."; ? 38.2
In other words, over one-third of all
J.ho male students 'registered in this
University are studying engineering.
Of the thrco. departments of the En
gineering School, the Civil ranks first
In numbers, tho Electrical second, and
tho -Mechanical third.
Llkoly material for tho. Baby Show
Booth at the County Pair, to bo held
In tho Armory, November tho 24th.
Applicants may bo either ods or cq
eds tho a preference wlll.be given
the latter. Prospective entries .please
see the chairman of tho committee on
Infants. Office Tiours, 11:00 to 11:30,
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