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of March 8, 1870.
In our worship of the Bturdy horoos
of tho Varsity team wo are prone to
forgot an equally sturdy, an equally
loyal and an equally useful band of
gridiron warriors lgnomlniously de
nominated "tho Scrubs." Perhaps
their work Is of a less brilliant order,
perhaps It loss frequently falls to their
lot to take the grandBtand by storm
,and to delight tho rooting hosts, yet
it is in a vory large degree duo to their
persistent and often unrewarded ef
forts that tho all-conquering Varsity
is able to down its foes. Such, stead
fast loyalty as Is displayed by the
with all his might his more fortunate
Interesting Innovations Initiated in
"Tho knoll of co-education at Chi
cago co-oducation in the old, long en
durod Benso, has been Bounded," says
tho Dally Maroon. Not content with
tho partial segregation attempted with
some dogroe'of succobs last year, the
faculty is urging now a complete seg
regation not only In tho class-room,
but In every department of university
Collego buildings aro soon to bo
built which will Boparato the mon and
women of Chicago as completely as if
they really went to different institu
tions. As tho Maroon puts it, "Tho
arrangement of buildings will insure
privacy both to tho mon and to tho
women. They will meet on a strictly
intellectual basis. The campus will
permit they every freedom they desire,
whllo their own division, will afford
them all soclusion. When the plan is
accomplished, which will be very soon,
tho girls will enjoy tho sweet, pure
homo life of Wollesly or Bryn Mawr,
whllo tho mon will be accorded aB
delicate and refined a dormltoryexist
otfCe aB at Oxford or Cambridge.
At Iowa, according to the Daily
Iowan, special Gym classes aro to form
a largo part of tho work of tho De
partment of Physical Education. In
cluded under tho heading of special
work are courses in wrestling, tum
bling, and fencing, all of which are
expected to afford unusual induce
ments to would bo athletes.
At Minnesota, archery isihe coming
fad -among tho women of tho institu
tion. Says tho Minnesota Dally,
"Much interest is being Bhown by the
older girls as well as by the Fresh
men: Already there is talk of an inter-
scrub who year after year oppoBeacia8B tournament to take place some
time before Christmas,"
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brother player, is entitled to more in-
telligont and generous appreciation
than is usually accorded it. '
Tho attention of'the second
third year law jtudonts is called to tho
course of looturess-to bo -given thruout
tho comjng year by prominent lawyers
of Lincoln and elsewhere. This course
leprovlded by Dean Pound- for tho
solo benefit of tho students kf the
College of Law and is expected to
prove of great value-
A lecture is given every, Monday
evening in U. 207, and subjects of
practical importance to evory lawyer
are discussed. On last Monday even
ing udge S. J. Tuttle delivered the first
of a series of flvo lectures on Examin
ing Abstracts and will continue with
the series on next Monday. It is hoped
that a largo attendance will reward
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Tho'"Pershing Rifles had their first
drill . last Thursday evening. Throe
squads wore out and a lively drill was
held under, the commandiof Captain
Anderson and Lieutenant Slaughter.
Tho drill was good and snappy for tho
first of the season.
Last night tho Pershing Informal
took place. Tho dance was well at
tended. Tho proceeds above expenses
areto be used in purchasing for the
company a distinctive uniform of its
own. Both tho khaki and olive-drab
uniforms are being discussed, the util
ity of tho first and the handsome ap
pearance of the second procuring for
both warm advocates.
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New Book by Dr. Maxey.
In the Baltimore Sun for October 3d
there appears an exceedingly favorable
review of a new book by Dr. Edwin
Maxey, who is a prominent member
of tho faculty of the College of Law.
The book is entitled "International
Law, With Illustrative Casos'-irad is
up touthe minute in very particular.
It is Intended as a college text book
and is expected to gain wide recognition.
Football Games Today.
Nebraska vs. Drake, at Lincoln.
Colorado vs. Colorado College, at
Wisconsin vs. Lawronce, at Madison.
Michigan vs. Vanderbilt, at Ann Arbor.
Kansas Wants Training Table.
In a recent issue of the Kansan a
Jayhawker writes as follows:
"A. "A. Stagg, Chicago's coach, who
s one of the purists in athletics, has
announced that ho has found a way to
evade the rule without technically vio
latlng it. HIb training table goes-by
tho name 'Students' Club.T Coming
nearer homo, at Nebraska, it is known
as a 'Co-operatlvo Club.' Kansas
should-run a training table openly and
above board, and should call it a train
. '09 to '10 at Cornell.
"Get roddy. Time is neoring.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
with Ludwig about your
J. E. Weaver, t)5, Is Instructing in
the Auburn schools.
Special 'Varsity dress suits, $35.00
and ?40.00 at Ludwig's.
McVey Printing company does tho
best University work at 125 No. 12th7
Why not take your baths at, Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
The place to buy a fountain pen.
The University Book Store.
University printing done by Sim
mons the Printer, 224 N. 11th St.
For Sale Gymnasium suit, nearly
new, lady's; size 36, $2. 1600 P St.
We are not too high toned to sell
you a good dollar shirt. Unland, 1042
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yur hides way ojit of heerlng. Pad
yur tails and ddpo with llls for "soon
ull r.ot upon thesoJiillB. Shake your
pipes and fancy bonnets and boar in
"mind these direful sonnets. U will
heer our shrieks of lafter Thursday
nlte or soon after. With yur blood
tho streets we'll wash, frltened, fren
zied,' freeklsi, fresh. (Signed)
"1909 by Slawter Committee." Ex
change. . German Club.
The German Club held Its first regu
lar meeting Thursday evening with
Miss SJtebblnB. Officers were chosen
for this semester as follows: Presi
dent, MIbb Scena Hansen; vice-president,
Miss Anna Krumbachf Secretary-treasurer,
Wanted Copy of Watson's Physics
in good condition by R. Gantt, 1228 R
Street. . ,t
All kids are not like our "klds.'4
Our dollar kids tho best in Lincoln.!
For Rent Furnished room with
heat and light, ?7 per month. Inquire
at 1524 U St. .
A little knowledge about Harris'
Tiffany glass is not a dangerous thing
to the pocketbook.
There's one place In a thousand
where you can find the real Rookwood
pottery. Come Into Harris and see it.
Lost Tho only Moore fountain pen
on the campus. Finder please return
to MIbb Sinclair,Departmont of Mathematics.
L?.st""'A tnes,s bv A M- Levy, on
"Railroads In Relation to CriseB."
Finder please return to Department of
PPolltlcal Economy or leave at Tho
Nebraskan office and receive reward
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