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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1906)
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THE J'KOPEItTY OV
THE UNIVEK8ITY OP NEIHtASICA.
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Entered nt tho postr.fllco nt Lincoln, Nebraska,
as aocond-clnHH mnll innttor undor tho Act of
Congress of March 0, 1871).
WHAT IS THE MATTER?
. Interost.ln class football soems to bo
a minus quantity In tho Unlvorslty this
-year. A plea was mado early this
month for prompt action on tho part
of class onicials in tho appointment
,;of football managers and coaches but
at tho present' time- with air tho
classes thoroly organized and with the
football soason over a third past, only
one class team has oven mado a start.
Class football is tho one means of
arousing class enthusiasm at this tlmo
of the. year that Is rocognlzod bjrthe
authorities as entirely legitimate.
And, Indeed, If enthusiastically con
ducted, an inter-class schedule affords
aiKQxcellont outlet for a vigorous dis
play of class loyalty and gonulno Uni
versity spirit. The Unlvorslty cannot
peruutii 10 urop out or ma list or
traditlormVcornpotltlons -without suf
fering a decided loss.
Unless action onie-jiart of tho
class presidents and the officials they
appoint- is taken nt onco, class foot,
ball is doomed for tho year. If It goes
by tho-board this year it will bo harder
to reinstate next fall and a still longer
lapBO would probably prove fatal. As
It Is, oven tho teams were formed at
ybneo, tho Inter-class championship
series must drag over the natural
limit of the football soason and there
will bo a docRled hindrance to good
games In tho way of Inclement weath
er and a .frozen field.
For the good of your class anjL-for
"The name of tho Unlvorsltywo urge
you, Mr. Class Prcshbanffto act im
mediately In Jismattor, ' and we
further urgo'that every "nrairwho ovor
in his Inmost-soul had a desire to play
football got out on tho athletic field
every "day at tho Convocation hour and
do tho best .he can to make his class
team a strong and representative or
One of tho football song comppll;
tlons aunounced last Week has closed
. and the prlzj) has been awarded. How
over, Manager1 Eagor has notbeen sat
isfied with tho interest, or rather tho
lack of Interest, displayed, and unless
motf) songs aro forthcoming for tho
game with Kansas no awards will bo
' -It -is a reflection on our football -en
rthuslasm-'that a competition of 'this
js not bring .out a host of
frfnntnatanta Tt-.Vina lnnn.'mmnAatni
t ...---.,.-. 2r!.f..k, uvuur oubfatniuu
fto bo written did not lend itself to
clover words and Hint It complication
will make an offectlve rendition by.
tho bleachers almost Impossible. How-
ovor thla may be, the fact is none tho '
leBs appnronfc that verses wore nott
written and .this lack of Interest Is tliei
discouraging featuryS of The contest.
G(3t your Ingenuity to work for Kan
sas now. If tho air "Cheyenne" proves
unsuccessful, another will bo offered
Instead, but whatever the tune may bo,
write somo words for It and hand them
In. If you aro Interested your friends
will absorb your enthusiasm and a
song will bo produced that will teach
Kansas that Nebraska still knows how
to support her team.
DOES FOOTBALL PAY?
Football as an Advertisement for the
Two years ago the Harlan, Iowa,
High School football team came to
Lincoln and played the Lincoln High
School team on a Friday, TJiey were
treated in a truly sportsmanlike man
ner- by tho large crowd which attend
ed the game, and in a right royal man
ner by- tho High School boys." Tho
next day they wore brought up to tho
Unlvorslty and Wore shown everythng
that was worth seeing; They expressed
themselves as being very much Inter
ested and pleased by all they saw.
Last year tho Lincoln team played
a return gnmb at Harlan. The Iowa
boys returned tho hospitable -trontr
mont which they had received at tho
hands of tho Lincoln boys with intor
eBt. The Harlan newspapers com
mented favorably on the gentlemnnly
behavior of all the members of the
This year eight students from Har
lan aro registered in tho University.
Previous to this year there has not
been u single one from thore. These
facts speak for thqmselves.
Honors for Nebraska Educators.
The North Central Association of
Collegesand Secondary Schools,, con
sisting of practically all universities
and colleges north of tho Mason and
Dixon line, and between Pennsylvania
and the Rockiesrhns paid the Univer
sity of Nebraska a high compliment
In selecting so many mop from her
Faculty to Kvork on committees for tho
purpose of standardizing tho work In
accredited higliHchools. .Tho follow
ipg have been selected forthe-w'ork
from this University: Doan Bossey,
Professors A. L. CijudsCn. W. CalT
well, G. E. Barber, Laurenco Fossler.
J. E. AlmyfG. E. Condra, Benton
Dales'lmd C. E. Richards.
- At Last. s
After long years of vain endeavor
and with knuckles bruised by long
continued appeals for admittance, tho
men of the University have at Ja3t
crossed the threshold of "Dom Scl."
Henceforth they aro at liberty to
don the festive apron and wield tho
soup ladle unmolested, for- so ,salth
Tho now course Is Home Econo
mics ID? a laboratory course of two
hours in camp cookery.
Indications aro strong for a long
line of Delmonicos. .
John Weller, who played a strong
game for Nebraska last year, lias reg
istered In the University and will bo
eligible to play thruout tho season.
. A notice has1 been sent to' all" lu
-ports will bo due. Monday1, November
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