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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1906)
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EDWIN MIMIOY HUKDBRLAKD, '07.
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FriKi) Rai.lai(I), '05 Nows Editor
W. B. BTANDBVBN, '07.
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Dtiion E. Yoiikr, '03, Clrculntor
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CougroHa Of March !), 1870.
TO TAKE A VACATION.
VIth thlB Issue tho Dally NcbrnBkan
suspends publication for tho Thanks
giving recess. So many of our sub
scribers will loavo town today that, an
Issue tomorrow would for tho most
part go unread. Publication will bo
resumed .promptly upon Tuesday of
next week and will continue uninter
rupted until the Christmas holidays.
It has been thought Inadvisable to
Issue a spoclal football number this
year from sovoral considerations, and
It Is planned to more thnn make up For
this by the publication of special In
sert Bhcets upon occasions when the
Importance of events demands speclnl
Tomorrow evonlng will find the
great majority of our student bptiy,
scattered thru tho stato. For a brief
woqk end wo nmy all dispose of our
time in whatever manner wo see lit.
This is emlnontly right and proper
and wo seo no Incongruity in tho
thought of Thanksgiving and) vacation
as synonymous. Nevertheless, we be
lieve that it will not come amiss to call
.to mind tho spoclal reasons that we,
hb students of tho University of Ne
braska, have to give sincere and rev
erent thankB for the Providence .that
grants us what we now possess.
The Hon. W. J. Bryan struck the j
fundamental chord behind our special
blessings when he said at- Convoca-1
tlon: "We can have things ns wo want I
them. Wo can think and say exactly j
what wo please." From' this basic fact i
.comes all that wq enjoy. ,
AVe want a broadening and an up- j
lifting education. In answer to our
call' the portals of Nebraska are '
(brown open. We desire guidance that
shall be both competent and con
sclenclous. Our faculty, thnn which
we cannot ask a bottor, stands ready
. for our bidding. Wo. ask for a social
environment that shall broaden our
sympathies, cultivate our tendencies
for all that may bo good, and train
us In our intercourse with one an
other. Thoro lies beforo us in re
sponse to this demand a complete, but
none thcOrfss satisfying, social struc
ture, that admits us at our knock.
Wo have not dormitories, it is true,
hut we- do have a college llfo hound
together by the elements of club and
"- class associations and by tho events of
what vot t,orm University society.
Furthermore, we have a student bo6y
nlmost uniformly democratic and with
the greatest enthusiasm for" the wel-
fore oj Nebraska. . ' 'a
There Is Inspiration In our college
atmosphere, there is the call to
achievement that cannot be passed by,
and above all, there is held up an ideal j O
of broad-minded manhood and woman
hood that "battles ever onward for
New Style of Play Proves to" Be a
The-drat season of "dolmitullzod"
iootball Is practically at an end, and
according to the statistician of the J
Chicago Tribune, has a record of It '
deaths and 103 seriously Injured play-1
ers. ThlB Ib a marked decrease from (
the record of Inst year, when nineteen 1
players wore killed and 137 wore seri
Tho most signiiicant feature is me
decrease In the casualties among high
school playors. Last year ton high
school players worn killed and thirty -
seven injured. For this season tho
recoid shows seven deaths and tVen-
ty-flve badly hurt players. There has
not been a single fatality In any or the
games played by tho larger American
colleges. Of all the seventy-eight
college players, only a few wore In -
juied In western games.
The following shows the seriously
injured collogo players, east and
Princeton .-...' 1
Harvard 1 t
... .. . . ... "-. . 'L'J
rniversuy oi rennsyivuniu w
University of Illinois 1
Details compared with last year:
Total Deaths. -
Illuh school players 7 JO
College players !1
Girl playerB : 0 .
Other players 1
Total deathB ' 11
17 years old or under. , 5
Causes of Death.
Uody blows :
Inlm-les to snlno 0
Concussion of brain r 3
Blood poisoning 2
Other causes ., ,. ''
Total .,...-. 1 1-
College players 51
High uchool players 25
Grade schools 11
Athletic clubs 10
i All others 3
! Total Injuries 103
What Chancellor Andrews thinks of
the new game: - .
"It Is too early for more than 41 ten -
ratlve o.dnion of the new football
rules. -Probably there is some not lm-
provement and tho game Is bettor for
non-export spectators. On tbo other
hand, there Is great scope for chance j
and llukes and tho game Is less a test
for merit. Whether or not Is yet a
question. The spirit, surroundings,
and general 'mnnngotnent of tho sport
are mightily Improved."
EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS.
Hnpjionlngs of other days as record
ed In The Nehrnsknn:
Five Years Ago Today.
The Haskell Indians were defeated
i)y , 'score ot 18 to 10, and Nehraska
was given a bad scaro, tho score stand
ing 10 to 0 in favor of the Indians at
the end of the. llrst hair.
Four Years Ago Today.
The all-Western football team was
selected, Michigan getting s'lje of her
men ou tho eleven.
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Patrons are urged to place their Christmas orders at once, while our
JEWELRY. SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, ETC.,
Is fresh and contains many Individual pieces that will not be dupli
cated. It would take too much space to toll you want a large line
we have, and we ask you to call and be convinced that we carry the
largest and finest line of Jewelry in the city, and our- prices cannot be
touched.. Wo would gladly lay aside any article you may select to be
called for between now and the holidays.
ALL ENGRAVING FREE.
Herpolsheimer's Jewelry Department
HONEST GOODS. RIGHT PRICES.
The Penant Season
IS NOW HERE
have a large-stock of good ones. A shipment
just received. This is the tlmo of
Get one oiv two of our pound boxes
.You can get a bottle of good Fountain Pen Ink FREE at
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
340 NORTH ELEVENTH
You will be satisfied with Cameron's
Call up the Star Delivery -Co., Bag
gage. Doth Phones.
Why not take your baths at Chris'
3 ! Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
Ye olden candlosticks and ye new
ones, too; at Harris', tho Jowolor, 1137
O st. Ho's reliable.
Greenes barber shops excel all
othor3 In two west. ' Entirely modern
and tho best work assured.
For Rent Nicely furnished rooms,
modern, with bath; suitable for ono
or two gentlemen. 1117 H street.
Best soft watbr shampoo In the city,
121 No. 12th St. E. Goodman Tanner.
If you can't seo this ad. clearly, call
at Harris' and have your eyes exam
ined free. 1137 O st. He's reliable.
There's ono place in a thousand
whore you can find the real Rookwood
pottery. Come into Harris' and seo it.
1137 O st. He's reliable.
1 LOST Lady's gold watch, Waltham
-vemenL Jmntlng case; graved
North Thlrteenth Substantial reward.
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