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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1906)
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Entered at tho pont fllco at Lincoln, Nebraska,
an Rocond-claHH mall matter under tho Act of
-UonfcroBS of March II, 1870.
Ilavo you ovor felt tho thrill of col
lego loyalty, that swoops all boforo it?
Havo you ovor boon enthusiastic ovor
your football toan? Havo you ovor
polled tho University yells until you
couldn't speak abovo a whisper? If
not, there's a chauco tonight. Come
.out and seo.
Havo you ovofsQon a demonstration
of gonulno Nebraska feellng7 Wero
you ono of tho crowd that Wolcomod
Nebraska's team when it returned
from Colorado two years ago Did
you catch tho truo spirit behind it
all? Did you appreciate that tho Uni
versity Ib always bcWnd its team In
victory or dofeatt ix you did, you'll
come out tonight.
Tho rally tonight at tho depot is
a;testof your loyalty to football. Our
the best of almlllar clubs In other
Plays of. real merit havo boon pro,
duced ovory year, sometimes as many
as five or six within tho two semes
ters. Talont in no slight degree has
been oxhibited and at present thoro
aro several former Dramatic Club
members who are either studying for,
or already on, the at ago in the east.
It is evident that this club morlts
tho support of tho student body.
Financial support has never been lack
ing as tho money making power of tho
club amply attests, but thoro is a do
mand for now mombers. Talent is
wanted and tho call should bo heedod.
Havo you ovor taken part In plays?
Did you do dramatic work in high
schooL? If so, here Is -your chance to
go on. Thoro is no more fascinating
form df recreation than amateur
theatricals, nor is there any that is oi
more practical ..benefit. You'll make no
mistake to try- out for tho club and
membership will bo worth mauy times
tho effort to put forth to win It.
Team to Take Light Gymnastics Early
Prospects for tbo Minnesota game
wero very encouraging laBt night
Practice laBted from 3 to S o'clock and
consisted almost ontlroly of signal
work. Tho team went thru a most
thoro drill In their formation and
evinced n complete mastery of their
plays. Tho mon wero alBo coached
specially on defense for tho Minne
sota formations, tha lnttor being exe
cuted by the scrubs under the direction
of Assistant Coach Stuart.
There will bo practise at 2 o'clock
tomorrow" afternoon, after which tho
team will take early supper at tho LIu
dell. At C in the evening they will
leave over the Burlington for Minne
apolis and should a'rrlvo there about
olght tho next morning. Tho mon are
all In good condition and may bo do-
VOTE FOB UNIVERSITY MEN
Candidate for County Attorney on the Fusion Ticket
Mr. Shepherd was a member of the class of 1890. He
is a very capable man and deserves the support of
every voter in the University.
A HEART TO HEART TALK WITH THE BOYS
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team has boon defeated and is going
to almost certain defeat on next Sat
urday. Novortholess, there Is no rea
son to feel, discouraged. Tho team is
on tho up-grade and, with tho proper
spirit bohind It will ronder an excel
lent account of itself when It meets
tho Gophers day after tomorrpw. You
can help put thepropor spirit behind.
Como-out tonight and try.
Put up your books for an hour.
Loosen up on your usual conservatism.
Forgot that your know how to "knock"
and take part In tho rally with all
your might. Show tho team that you
believe In them thoroly. Be loyal for
once and come out.
THE DRAMATIC CLUB.
Tho University Dramatic Club is
ono of tho most Interesting organiza
tions at Nebraska. Founded several
years ago ft has prosecuted .the work
that comes in Its sphere with zeal and
Intelligence, until now it ranks with
ponded on to put up-tho-gamo of their
The following mon will make the
trip: .Tohns.onf Matters, Harvey, Wll
kle, Taylor, Rico, Denslowr Cpoko,
Weller, Mason (captain), Little, McJ
Donald; Schmidt, Ewlng, Gromo, Voss,
.Ghalpupka, Drain, Perrin, Craig, Bene
(Continued from page 1.)
with such success that they have be- J
i come a recognized factor in tho life of j
the organization. The first one this !
year will probably bo given beforo
tho Thanksgiving recess and shortly
after tho tryouts. It will afford an
opportunity for now mombers to be
come acquainted and will be some
what in tho nature of an initiation.
Tho commltteo that has been appoint
ed to work this first evening meeting
up 1b as follows: Miss Hartley, chair
man; commltteo, Miss Tullyand Mr.
Tho regular duos of the club aro
twonty-flYQcents per year with an
initiation fee of twenty-flvo cents for
all now members. Any student who
has even been a member of tho club
may regain active momborshlp on
the payment of tho regular dues. Tho
ofTicors of tho club, elected at a recent
meeting, are as follows: Vice presi
dent, E. M. Sunderland; secretary,
Miss Vera Fall; treasurer, Miss Flossy
Erford; custodian of properties, Mr.
Frazler. Club pins may bo secured
at Hallett's fewolry store.
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A dispatch to tho Chicago Record'
Horald frpm Minneapolis says that
Gophers regard tho coming Nebraska
contest as a mere practice game. Can
we "fool 'em?"
Freshman Football 'TryoUts.
The clasB of '10 "will hold their try
out for the Freshman team on Satur
day afternoon, November 3, at 3
o'clock. Tho tryouts will bo held on
the athletic field and It Is expected
that a" large" number tl the first year
football candidates will put-In an np-
H mi! I in and Proflta.. ttOU.OOO.OO
Cadet Officers Elect.
Tho officers of the cadet battalion at
a "mealing after-drill, on Tuesday elect
ed tho following officers for their
club; ' President, C." D. Slaughter (cap-
diet, ' Coaches Stuart and Foster, amr! Co' A); secretary-treasurer LTK.
Needham (first lieutenant Co. B).
Tho club is formed for the purpose
of adjusting matters pertaining to the
cadet battalion but has its social side
as well. It gives an annual officer's
hop which will bo held this year at
some time before Christmas.
Tho officers In charge of this-year's
hop have been chosen and are aa
follows: Chairman, C. C. McWilllams;
master of c'oremonies, M. F. Wasson.
Tho date. for. the hpp will be an
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