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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1906)
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Entered at tho pontofllco at Lincoln, NobraHku,
oh HOCoud-oliiHH mall matter under tho Act of
CongroHH of March 8, 1870.
' Ono of the regrettable features of
last Saturday's gamo was tho foul play
that marred tho gamo thruout. Mem
bers of the Drako team played dirty
football. Members of tho Nebraska
team did tho eamo thing. Tho bleach
ers capped tho climax of unsportsman
like behavior by eheorlng a Nebraska
player for slugging his opponent.
Wo havo no word to say for or
against tho DrakFR5TmT. It could do
no possible good to Inveigh against
their tactics. Tho rest of their games
this year will teach them how fow
points thosorl of football they dis
played on Saturday will win. But we
do wish to say- a few words concerning
our own team and tho action of tho
action of the bloachers than there was
for tho players. Havo wo become soj
brutalized at Nobraska that wo havo
no longer a keon senso of what is and
what is not sportsmanlike? To cheer
a man expelled from tho game for foul
play Is to champion foul play, and is
this to bo our attltudo? Human na
ture pronounces retaliation just only
too often, forgetting that ono wrong
nevor rights another.
Mako the visiting team feel your
wrath at tholr vicious tactics If they
use thorn, urge your team to "tear-'em-up"
to tho limit of their, ability, but
don't let your team or any of Its mem
bers believe that you stand with them
in deliberate brutality. If a man goes
out of the game-for foul play, mako
him fool It a disgrace- and not an honor.
Show your disapproval by your Bllence.
Nobraska cannot afford to counte
nanCo foul play even by suggestion,
and we sincerely hope that on next
Saturday tho defeated teum of Ames
Agricultural College will havo no op
portunity to Bay, Nebraska playod a
tllfty gamo and tho bleachers wero be
Herpolsheimer's Optical Department
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headaches. Eye headaches are those
which no medicine seem to reach;
those dull headaches which make life
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and a dull look to the eyes.
Nature never Intended the eyes to
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EXAMINATION and CONSULTA-
TIONFREE. ALL EYES examined
by OCR EYE SPECIALIST,
ELIGIBILITY COMMITTEE DECIDES
Cotton Ineligible Johnson Eligible
.Baseball Captain Chosen.
At a meeting of tho Athletic Board
last night final action was taken In re
gard to tho eligibility' of Cotton and
Johnson. Cotton was declared lnoligl
ble and Johnson was adjudged eligible.
The action of tho Board Is based
on the previous action of December 10,
1902, on what constitutes a year's
play. The latter ruling was made on
tho caso of Earl O. Eager, who had
played In two games each In 1901 and
1902, and the total amount of ploy-i
was considered as equlvalentto one
In Johnson's caso at tho present
time a record of facts shows the fol
lowing! Johnson playod In 1900 in
tho gamo with Minnesota, In 1901 for
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OUR JEWELRY DEPARTMENT
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FULL LINE of University Pins in now designs at 23c and 48c.
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DON'T FAIL to see OUR GRAND DISPLAY of NEW JEWELRY;
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Follow tho crowd at
Herpolsheimer's Jewelry Deptartment, Largest in the West
Mr. SheldonoT-the State Historical
Society has received a letter from Dr.
Ross,noAV of Wisconsin University,
stating that he Is getting well started
In his work and that he has a large
enrollment in his classes. Ho does not
expect to do much in research work
this year as ho is not yot sufficiently
acquainted with tho library facilities
at that university.
HALLETT, Jeweler and Optician
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Mr. Gilmoro MacDonald and C. G.
Bates spent last summer on "the Dis
mal River Forest Reserve, with head
quarters at Halsey. They wero oi
gaged mainly In nursoy work, but also
did some work In botany. Tho gov
ernment has the largest and best
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Miss Mary Woodworth, who was a I
student oi tno university last year,
leaves on Thursday ot this week for
New York, whore she will enter Bar
nard College. Miss Woodworth is a
member of PI Beta' Phi and was given
the scholarship which she Is about to
tako up by her sorority.
EYES EXAMINED FREE
Leaving out of tho question tho
ethical points involved,' no man on Ne
braska's team has tho right to' give
vent to his personal feeling' of nngor,
or his desire for" revenge, from the
standpoint of expediency. When a
player loses control of his temper his
services depreciate in valuqinstantly.
Ho is no longer a part of a machlno
and tho best thing for his team would
be his instant removal from the game.
We do not believe that there is a man
on Nebraska's team who played dirt
football on Saturday without thinking
ho had justification, but we insist that
t hero, is no justification that removes
a man's duty to his team. Let him
play tho' gamo as strongly as ho wishes,
let; hfs tackling be as "hard" as ho
ftnovm how to make it, but also let him
.remember that, a clear brain and a
single purpose aro absolutely" indis
pensable if ho would represent his
"There is 'even less excuse for tho
,If you are Tooklng for a good poster
or picture for your room, tho Lincoln
Book Store can supply you, Colored
lithographs matted, 25c and upward;
Gibson,UndorwQO.d, HKomlngton and
fivo minutes Jn tho game with Ames, TTlussoll plcturos, 75c each and upward.
and -ln-1902 for three minutes in thc
game with Knox. The decision of the
Board In Eager's caso makes It plain
that neither of these occnslons, nor
both together, havo constituted a
year's play. Therefore, Johnson has
played three years; In 1900, in 1904,
and in 1905, and Is eligible to play in
Tho ballots for tho baseball captain
for 1907 were opened and C. W. Rine
.was declared elected,
Change in Convocation Today.
Mrs. Jano Bancroft Robinson of De
troit, Michigan, first vice-president of
the Woman's Home Missionary So
ciety of tho Methodist Episcopal
church, will speak at Convocation to
day in. place of .the Hon. Norrls Brown,
whoso work before the supreme court
will prevent, the fulfillment of his ap
pointment. Both Messrs. Brown and
Thompson will speak at Convocation
after election. . '
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