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Vol.' VI; No44.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, UNCQLN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER'S; 1906.
Pike 5 Cents
TEAM GOES TODAY
THE, NEW FARMER
Fafcernifty Hall, Deceiambex Fourteen
TEAM GOES TO CHI-
CAGO THIS AFTERNOON.
In Good Condition Cross-Country
Team Goes Also Cross-Country
Prospects Are Excellent.
JThe teanrieaves. for Chicngo via the
Roclrlsland at l:45p, m. today. Tho
men tiro all hi good shapo and aro
jjolng with tho grim determination to
-retrieve"' last Saturday's defeat and
yet make the season a creditable one
to the team. They feel that they can
piny a stronger gamo with tho string
of defeats spurring them on than If
they had -beaten, Kansas, and that they
aro goln to give Chicago tho hardest
-Ichid of a fight. l
Practise thlff vcek has consisted
chleflyliuworklng out a defense for
Chicago's attack, whichvjs perhaps
thov mbst vorsallle aiuf -deceptive 'of
tiny team, in the" country, abounding
"iiudouble and triple passes,end runs
from" fake bucks, and lino bufck$f from
fake endruns, and almost every co
celvablo sort of trick. As this Is
Eckorsall's last game, in all probabil
ity Chicago's offenso will center
around him, and overy chance will be
given this wonderful little player to
close bis- career with a fitting climax.
The cross-country team will nc
company the -fotball men to Chicago
and put up at thoaame hotel.' They
"WJU run at eleven b'clock Saturday
iiiorhing, thus enabling those who ac
company tho team to witness both the
cross-country meet and the football
" Nebraska hW"nn excellent chance
io win, the cross-countryj'meot this
year, having perils ho$-, strongest
team" in its history. Havens, .Alden
- and Morgan aro running in old timo
form while Smith and Davis, the now
men, are nearly as fast, as tho lead
ers. Judging from the- timo mndo In
the tryouts and the work of tho old
men in provloiis years, Nebraska
should' bo more than able to hold hor
own' -with any prospective contestant (Nebraska, Colorado, tho Dakotas,
in the meet. , '"TMThnesota and Wisconsin. Every
.PROF. HOWARD TO CONTRIBUTE.
Will-Prepare Articles on Divorce -fir
Theedltors or thenew edition ot
Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Re-
llglouS' - Knowledge have roauested
Professor Howard ot the department
oiCPolltical SclencQ and Sociology to
writo tho articles on divorce and on
marrlaeo. Last summer ProfessonJ
Howard-wrote a similar article .on di
vorce jfor the now edition of 'Bllss?
Encyclopedia of- Social Reform, which
will soon come from tho press. The
Encyclopedia Americana in our library
also, has a twelve thousand word aril
clo.'on . divorce: written by Professor
Special Y. W. C. A. Meeting.
All University girls ni-o urged to
attend tho specialY. W. C A. meet
ing today at 5 o'clock in U, JOG. Mrs.
Francis, who is hero .with -Professor
Rlddeir.gWllLspeak. Mrs. Frances was
present at tho, famous Wales, revival
and" h'er'lalk Is sure to bo of 'great in
terest. ' .
Tad&efts me Dollar. Walt's Orchestra
TICK I '.TS I.I.MITKI) -1IU" NOW
Professor Smith Will Display Fine
Stock at State Farm.
Next Saturday at 2 p. m., Prof. H.
R. Smith of the Agricultural School
will give , free exhibit of tins stock
which la to no taken to tho mooting
of tho National Llo Stoel; Assocla
tlo.i. The professor of Animal Hus
bandry expects to tako some Jlrsts, as
Ruby, tho star. Angus steer, excels
Challenger In many respects. Glial
.longer, stuffed if not In body, -vlll be
ut thq exhlblfon Sa.turday for pur
poses of comparison.
CHAS. D. HURREY HERE.
International Y. M. C. A. Secretary to
Visit theUnlversity Today.
Mr. Chiis. D. Hurrey of
traveling secretary fotvUio Interna
tional Committee of tho Young Men's
Christian Association in the Middle
West, will visit the Unlvorsty branch
today. In the evening nt G:13 supper
will bo sorvod at the City Association
to tho University yM. G, A. Cabinet
Adjvisprj; Board nnd Blblo group load
ers, after which Mr. Hurrey will speak
on somo phas'o of Association work.
Later in the evonlng Mr. Hurroy will
address a mooting of fratornlty men
at tho Phi Kappa Psl house.
Mr Hurroy Is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and hnsbccn
engaged In Y. M. C. A. work for many
years. In his capacity as secretary
for the Middle West, ho visits colleges'
and universities In Indiana, Illinois,
Kentucky. Iowa, Missouri, Kansas,
student should mako it a point to hear
Chancellor Going' East.
The ChanTOllor will Ipavo Saturdaj
for Now York and Boston. Noxt
Tuesday ho will 'meet the Educational
Board Hi NewYork nnd. on tho follow-
Ing Saturday ho will spealc-ln' Boston"
onJ-In(Mistrlal Education-In a Prairie
State." ' , '
Why not tako'our baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
Remember the DateNovember 24
Plan to Come. .
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IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE.
Nebraskan Want Ad Secures Valuable
The lu'tlclo In Tuesday's Nobrnskan
setting ' forth ho desire of tho County
Fair management for additional attrac
tions has secured prompt and satis
factory, results. An ingenious student
telegrnphod to W. Mr Jacobs& Co.,
of Duluth, who have tho greatest
lection of monstrosities In tho world;
and as, a result their threo greatest
attractions aro on tho" way and will
lie Installed in a sultnblo booth Satur
day. Tho nature of those attractions can
not bo discovered by tho Nobrnskan,
although the management states that
the now features will bo known as
Hie "Scarlet Bat," tho "Ono-Eycd
j Monster" and tho "Gigantic Frog."
This last animal is so largo as to re
quire a special attendant and wo may.
venturo to predict and to stake our
)rofeasionni ionor upon tho statement
ttutkno such attraction Ws over be
Driven lo desperatlonby his" pro
dicamenl", thq. unhappy manwlio was
to havo- filled tho position of bride
groom noxt Saturday nlghthns dis
appeared. Fears arc enter tnfnud thai
he may havo. committed suicido nnd
ttnlk of a search party Is current
among his friends. .Hpwovor, tho wed
dingwill still tako place and in a
very romantic manner. Upon hear
ing of the reluctance of tho formor
! bridegroom, one of tho disappointed
suitors has renewed his pleaHand this
time with happy results.
Glee Cub .Needs More Mandolin, and
Manager Agco of tho Glco Club an
nounces thnt more mandolin nnd4
guitar players aro needed for the club.
Ho tircoH that nnv stmlont who can
handle -either of those instruments-
mako application for membership
once.. Application blanks may
obtained" nt tire" fallowing places:
Bud, tho Hatter. -r
A. D. Benway Company.
Event of the Year,
DOCTOR WEB8TER SPEAKS OF
HIS RELATION TO COMMERCE...
8upreme Industrial importance
Agriculture 8up6rior Training
of the Modern Farmer, "
At Convocation yesterday morning,
Prof, W. C. Wobstor epoko on'Com
morco and tho Now FarmoY," HoBald
In part that thoro was no IdOal su
perior to that of agrlcuituro, ; for'it
promotes health ot body and sound
ness of mind. Franco and Russia aro
Important agricultural countrlos, but
tho United States strictly an agrl
cultural country grows ouc-Blxth ot
tho world's products, worth flvo bil
lion dollars,, annually.
Upon agriculture aro basod tho
manufactures of a country,nnd tho
exports of our own -country rank first,
uoflwln volumo nnd valuo. Thus tho
farnlnglntorcHlH aro more Important -than
nlitJieY economics. Tho United
States 'exiioVts cloven to twolvo bil
lion bulihols of" grnln, flftcon to eight
eon billion bnles of cttoiiand bthor
nroducts In nronortloh. ho tlint-, tho
commerce of the world lias bocome
absolutely dependent upon agriculture,
Thoro has been an Immense Increase
during tho lastforty yoarB in thb-
whent trade, and yot tlio nVorngo
world product is barely nblo to sup
ply tho demand.
It is said of the old fnrmors that
"perpetual t6Jf was their lot In.-good v
sweiithor and porpetual- lonollnoss in
bad weather.'' But Jlio nqwarmo
has luil some sclentrflc traininnnd
understands tho valuo of lroijrovoa, ;
machinery, steam threshers, cold V
storage aijd tho rotation ot crops.
Many crops aro now" raised on lands .
formerly ar(d and tho special product'
Is directly encouraged. , -Tho ldoal of!
Uie old farmer was'' fielf-sufflclcnt;
that of ,tho how farmer is commercial,
for ho is more up-to-dnto and .inter
ested in marketing.
Cooperative societies Uko tho Irish .
Agricultural Society, spreading ceo-
nomlc interests, havo assisted tho
farmers. The're has bDen a ' bron'dou
Ing of llfo'Jor tho fnrm.or In hotter
schools, roads, telephones' and rural
free delivery. Tho calling of tho far-
mor is one worthy of tho bosteffort.
Law Class-Will Not Meet.
Because of the mccljng of, the No-i',
braska Bar Association 'in Omaha, vT
several of tho professors of the Col-'
lege of Law will" not liar thlr classes
today, and tomorrpWt : s ,
Dr. Ponnd will hear his class n' (.
Civil Procedifre II today, but his other
classes will not moot today rind, to
morrow. Professor Ayres will- hear
his classes as usual, except tho class .
in Bills nnd Notes tomorrow,
Profossor Costlgnn will not hear his
class in Contracts tomorrow and the
examination aot for that day will bo
postponed two weeks. . ,' j
Tho.o'thor professors yflll meet their
classes as usual. -Vr
. i '
"ennle", Here. ' i-Yl'
Maurice Benedict, '06, was'jpi -visitor '
at tho "Rag" office yesterday.'' "Bea
nlo" expects to remain "over "for "th$'
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