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Vql. VI. No. J8. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER J7, t906.
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IIIL 1ML3 UAMLii GET READY FOR AMES
PR08PEC:f FOR HARDEST. HQMEi
urtivit ncAi oniunuHT.
Ames Has Vetoran Team Ames
.VICE-PRESIDENT OF HOME MIS
SIONARY 80CIETY 8PEAK8.
Coach Talks Nebraska
"The -Amefif gameovlll bo THE game
of the 'season on Nebraska field," said
one who Is well up Jn football circles,
anfj-Pmall accounts, the team that
represents Araoa this year willgive
Nebraska the. struggle of her life on
Ames has-already played two games
(.IhlsAeaBon and has proven that the
, teaiii Is there "wltli the goodB."
Mornlngside went down 'before the
'Cyclones" tothe tune .of 100 .to 0 and
Coe was lucky to-get off with a small
32 to 0. While both of these colleges
ON THURSDAY MORNING
Gives 8tudents Sound Advice Brown
and .Thompson Unable to Be
Present Will Speak Later. ,
TEAM TO GO TO CHICAGO.
J Athletic-Board to Send Cross Country
I Team to Conference Run.
I At Its meeting on Monday night the
Athletic" Board decided to send a teani
to Chicago tQ compete in the cross
country run. The team will be sent if
finances are in 8iicnBlmpe as to per
mit it. .
There will be a meeting oftlvp cross
Freshman Laws Elect.
The FreBhman Laws mot in U. 309
Tuesday for the purpose of class or
ganization. Dean Pound opened the
meeting. He appointed Mr. JeiiBen
secretary. Mr. Devoo then road some,
temporary resolutions regarding tho
purposes and aims of the organization,
which were tabled because of insuf
ficient time for their consideration.
Mr. C. Potrus Peterson was elected
At Convocation yestorday mornhig,
Mis. J. B. Robinson, first vico-proHl- .
dont of tho National Woman's Homo
Missionary Socloty, spoko oficr own
experiences and what we, as college
men and women, Bhould do.
Mrs. Robinson wns horn and brought
up In tho state of Massachusetts,
whoro thoro was tho greatest rovoi
onco "for education. Later, whorr
wonion were admitted to universities",
she welcomed the chanco to go to col
lego. She went abroad to study history,
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r V"iSi ifeilL. l ' MEMORIAL HALL-. - "' ," r ' "
i1 . '" j "'.- "" - . , - ' .r "" ' ' "'. : J -
are jnlnor Bchobls, with but a limited
iiumber of men to draw from, tho
.total still looks', astounding. Certainly
Ame3 is td be feared with her veteran
' line," for her men will l)e keyed up to
ther highest pitch in'the joy of prospec
; tlve glory, should tlieV vUV whlle Ne
braska will bo fighting on the defen
; 8ivp, .Of course wo expect t6 Ayln, but
It will he' close.
I The Ames coach, who was in Lin
vgame, wasvheavd tp say that Nebraska
5 would' have to play better ball next
Saturday or Ames had us beaten eas-
ily. While Coach Foster expressed
h'tmself as sfttisfled with tlio team's
".,. .. (Continued onf page 4)w
Grant Memorial Hall (1BS7) con
tains the men's gymnasium, the arm
ory, and the offices of the departments
of Physical Education (for men) and
of Military Science. In tho west half
of the building,- University Soldier'
Memorial Hall (139,9) are the woman's
gymnasium, used temporarily as an
auditorium, the offices ' and rooms of
tho Department of Physical Education
(for women), and the women's rest
room, tn the auditorium, which seats
1,200, is a large organ, the gift to the
University of the Alumni.
country team in Dr. Clapp's office ton
Friday"' at Convocation "hour. Candi
dates for, the team and all students in-
colh Saturday and witnessed the DrakdMerestod in cross country -running for
the sake of e.xercser are, jigged. to be
present,- . '.
Professo? .'H.- R. Smith, went to Ne-liraska-
City yesterday onolllclal .busl-
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temporary chairman and latei" was
elected permanent president. Other
officers were elected as follows:
Dexter T. Barret, .vice-president
Mr. Tlngley, secretary.
Mr. Allen, treasurer.
Mr. Patten, manager of the football
For Rent Amo'dern. room; gori tie
men only, 534 No: 12thjst.
and took especial interest in vlsl.tlng
the universities of Paris, Zurich, -,Hol-dleberg
and Berlin. She emphasized
the thot that Wo yho are privileged to
go to college, and have tho world bo-
'fore us, should make the most of our
opportunities and should realize the
charge placed upon us. Men should
stand for .goodness and righteousness
in politics, for jiever was 'there greater '
need than' now for pure and upright
men. Women need jiot pN ,be, teach
ers, for there- are places in Young
Women's Christian Associations and
missionary societies for college gradu
ates. TJio best success Is npt In ac
quiring money, but to live our best and
make the world better for our living.
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