The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 15, 1906, Image 1

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Vol. VI. Np3 r UNIVERSITY OF'NEBRA&CA, LINCOLN; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i59 1906.
Price 5 Cents.
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DR6AYLEY SPEAKS
fc, DENVJER MAN DELIVERS AN IN
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Problem of Twentieth Century Man
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Increasing Interdependence Re- s-
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. . Religion a Social Necessity.
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. Dr. PrAnkT; Bayley of Denver spoko
on a. very interesting topic at Convo
cation yesterday morning, his subject
being, "What Will the Twentieth Cen
tury Man Do With His Dynamite?"
The subject Is not quite so startling
when wo think that the word "dyna
mite" comes from the Greek word
which means ''power." There is a
vast difference in tho equipment of the
men of this century from that of all
others. This Is no longer, the age of
the bludgeon, bow and blunderbuss,
when men killed their enemies and did
it quickly.
Jn tho business world wo see man's
' 'Jvorn manifest" in corporation, and
fvf'usts, where ajfew men have an amaz
ing amount of power in their hands.
But whether dealing with capital or
laoor, it all depends- upon a man's dis
position whether ho uses his power
forwealor woe. Disposition in turn
depend upon character, thus his dyna
mite alond Is a blind Titan.
The question arises "How can wo
V. ;Eet along witheach other?" Since
, 5e. are all sov mutually dependent and
thin -Interdenendence Is constantly in-
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. iv)iininc van. flnd ourselves all Inter-
woven into one common life. Stop for
ajmoment and consider how many
neopleVero cbnnectcdj&ljther directly
or 4ndirebhyvswlth just the. breakfast
Which wo haoHhls mornings Prom
' 'the. social 'question; the art of living
together comes tho moral question and
because disposition grows out.of char-
itor., It becomes a religious question.
i&me may say education wlty settle
all this troubled But a man may be a
grelt'Jinguistad be a Uar too.Hc,
may" be able .tbfpeaksix languages'
fluently andlnptttell the truth in "any
0f, tixoni. Theforor is the mjin who
Is skillful' jvith his hands. .Thus the
most dange'rbus men aro1 the intel
lectual ones with evil dispositions!, and
;not. the boorish fellow wno Knows
tH? verv little. Some one has said, that
nlae-tenths of tho mischief done wan
thru intelligence t , ,. -
Rjjllglo.n has an important part in
the Uvea of 'intelligent,
thoughtful 'people. Cecil Rhodes,
say? that religion is pn6 of,
jthe iaaihstays of good government.,
'Character must bo" rooted and ground
ed in powers invisible and eternal.
We .should serve the Holy God to
jwhom -wo -and the whole universe bo
Joag, ,then.eweet will be His love and
.xjompanlonBhip. Religion there
fore, a social necessity.
-Burt Griggs, Law '04, was recently
rosSK MnntoA county attorney of Johnson
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THE FIRST BATTLE
FRE8HMEN AND SOPHOMORES TO
CONTEST TODAY. " "
Warm Game Is AssUred Effect of the
New Rules fn DoubtLine Up
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of the Opposing Teams. X-,
HURRY! HURRYI HURRY!
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FRESHMAN RECEPTION.
Only Eleven Tickets to the Sophomore
Hop Left.
- Only oloven tickets to tho Sopho
moio Hop relnnin for sale, Altho the
Hop will not bo held for one month,
the rush to-secure tickets at the popu
lar price of one dollar has been aston
ishing. Only eighty-five tickets were
pfferod for saIo and If you wish to se
cure, one 6f tho remaining eleven you
wlll-iuivtq hurry.
Positively- Jov onowlll bo "admitted,!
'without; "tlckotand posltiyely-no tick
ets will bo sold aftoV the eighty-five
havo been disposed of. "
vTJcketa may bo purchaSed of tho
following members of the committee:
Miller S. Benodlct, Gordon B. Laing,
Dwlght Boll, H C. Robertson, and
Katherine Doylo. Hurry! Hurry!
Hurry! "
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Officials for Kansas Game.
Williams, Iowa; Miller, Port Rlloy,
and Rothgeb of Colorado woro agreed
upon for the officials of Kansas-Ne
braska, game Saturday, but
notified Manager Eager yesterday that
he would bo unable to act.
Will Be Held Friday Afternoon
Union Hall.
The Freshman, officers will hold an
Informal reception Priday 'afternoon
from 5 to 6 in Union Hall to all mem
bers of the cluss. The object of tho
reception is to got the Freshmen, bet
ter acquainted. Some form of enter
tainment, other than that usually fur
nished by tho Sophomores, will bo.
provided and all afo .assured a good
time. -.
A Source Book of Greek History,
Dr. Fling, head of tno European
History department, is reading tlio last
proof for a book on "Sources bt Greek
History" which ho has been preparing
for . several years. This book, which;
is Soy high schools and colleges will
come out within a month, and will be
tho only source book of Greek. His-'
tory printed JnJSngllsh. ,
Workmen-on tho Museum building
promise to have everything .completed
Rothgebfby-December 1. Wiring, plumbing and
plastering are finished and oak work
on threo floors is completed.
SOPHOMORE HOP
Fraternity Hall
December 14th
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TicketSp $1.00
Limited
Tho Freshman will battle against.
tho Sophomores on tho gridiron this
afternoon in tho first Intorclass game.
of tho seasbn. Tho contost is "cnllc
tnv 9. n'olnnlr I
This will bo tho first clash of Ne
braska class teams under tho rovlsod
football rules and much intorcflt In
manifested as to what Effect thri hovf
codo will havo upon tho "play, of tho
younger athletes. Tho first year men
hope that tho now rules will favor
thorn and onnblo them to keop Ihelr
opponents from makingtho nocosBary '
yards In tho required downsVIf thoy
can withstand tho lino plunges bfc;th6 -
Sophomores thoy aro conndont that
tholr iloot nuartor and backs will hr?
able to got away for n touchdown or
two. r
tho second yoar men will rely,
chiefly on straight football to gain a
victory. Roalizing tho dangor of tho
forward pass When used by other than'
thoroly drilled men, thoy will resort
to no trick plays unless forced to do
so in order to mako tholr gains.
Both elevens havo been going thru
stiff practise for tho last threo weo'ks
and oach captain, claims that his team
JsJn excellent shape; Of thetwo.jtcamtf
tho Froahmen ,havo done tlio most
8trnuouVgmoral work in preparation
for tho game. Out on tie' campu&
twlco cacluday tlio-resolute ''Prcshlos''
have tirod tlioinsolveHout in cettlnir'
into shapes "s -1s . ,..
At fiilvoly class meeting yesterday
thoy decided to attend -the gnrto en
masse find root vigorously. "
Tho teams will lino up" as follows:
Sophomores; Freshmen.
Kadlngv v 1. g. '. . . rrrr: ."Pxi&i ,
Johnson...,, r. t. , ...... Hl!jS
Meyer tfflor
Krough. , -. .; oN. ...'. Perris
Plngley. . ,' 1. g.r,. . . .Spraguo
Grono. ;. 1. t. ,.;. . . . . ...; .Harh
Bentley. . ., l, q" ...... , .Prpudflt
Bell .',,,..'. ...'.. ; q. b'. I.... .Burleigh
Gallup. l. h. ,..,. Burnett-
Clark, Clancy. ... r. h. , ,. , .Beltzor
Krueger, Reid .'.... f. b Preoland
Buy TodAy.
Tho tickets for the Chicago excur
sion aro not going at the prop'er rat&r
If no- moro are soldTtoday than were
disposed of yesterday the excursion
musT-of necessity fall thru. If you
have tho slightest thought of going to
Chicago buy your ticket today ana
make tho excursion sure. There is not
tho slightest doubt that at the last
moment morjo than enough to guaran
tee the excursion will appear. The
question 1s, will they show up In time.
Get busy!
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