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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1907)
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"PN -V A W MATINEE, 2:30
I UUMT TONIGHT, 8:16
"ISLE OF SPICE"
MAT., $1.00 to 25c. EVE., $1.50 to 25c
MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH 25.
Madam . Butterfly
PRICES, $2.50 to $1.00.
TUE8DAY NIGHT, MARCH 26.
George Ado's Quaint Comedy,
The County Chairman
With Theodore Babcock:
PRICES $1.00 to 25c.
THE FOUR LINC0LN8
OWNEY AND WILLAR
ARCHIE ROYER AND MY8TA
Illustrated 8ong "Just Because Your
Hair Is Curly."
Ladles' 8ouven1r Matinees Tuesdays
MODERN VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
3 K ELTON 8 3
THE 8TADIUM TRIO
THE TEDDY BEAR8
On 'the Blograph
ROGERS AND MACKINTOSH
HERBERT AND ROGERS
MI88 EDNA WOOLLEY
8lnglng, "Take a Sail In My Boat"
8 8HOW8 DAILY 7:45 and 9 p. m.
10c and 15b, Mat., 10c.
THE PASSION PLAY
(Continued from pago 1.)
surprising undor prcsont . conditions,
with the attention of the entire stud-
ont body focused unon the few who
are representing the college on the
athletic field, that vlotory should In
the minds of ninny, come to constitute
the team's solo "rnlson d'etre" and
that the Idea of sport, for the sake of
the snort and exorcise, should be
largely lost Bight of.
Multiplicity of rules, by concentrat
ing attention of the many that are
excluded by them, or of other rea
sons, upon tho favored few, would
seem rather to aggravate this evil
than to alleviate It. So, too, tho abo
lition of Intercollegiate contests would
not seem to bo a solution of tho dir
(lnnHv. Tho ovll Is not Inherent In
such athletic contests, tind on the
other hand they servo mnny good and
Tho Instincts of competition and
self-reliance are fundamental to tho
development of character, and they
call for fullest expression during tho
period of student life. If not given
an outlet In one direction they will
take It In another, and what more
satisfactory and wholesome expres
sion can they find tnan in atniouc
competition? Nothing appeals to the
average student mind with such com
pelling force, and nothing will so
quickly stir up' his energy and ambi
Not to pursue the subject further,
It seems to me that the sbluTlon to
athletic problems In our colleges and
universities lies not in less athletics,
but In more athletics. Provision for
wholesome outdoor exercise must bo
made for the large number of men
who for varlouB reasonauu nnablo
to make one of the athletic teams,
as well as for tho few physically ef
flclnnt. who do moke them. When It
comes to be recognized by educational
loaders generally that tho athletic
field, with Its variety of games and
exorcises, its freedom and excitement,
Is an essential adjunct to university
equipment, and provision is made for
tho exercise thereon of the entire
student body, then I believe we will
have In our athletic organization a
leavening Influence which will make
for clean and wholesome sport, no
matter how Intense the desire to win.
Intercollegiate contests will then be
come, as they should, events more or
less incidental to the general system
of physical training.
ARE TURNED DOWN.
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After hearing the report of the audit
ing committee, appointed to audit the
books, of the out going business man
ager the meeting adjourned. Follow
ing is the report to the Publication
We, your committee, appointed by
von to examine tho books Of the acting
Business Manager, of the Daily Ne-
braskan, report that we have gone
carefully over the accounts and hereby
report tho receipts and expenditures
Receipts from advertising $ 844.25
Receipts from circulation.... 387.50
ALWAY8 PA88 BECAU8E THEY ARE KEPT UP TO THE MARK
AND NEVER FALL 1BLOW THE OFFIOIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally as Best for Athletes.
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No. 288. Group XVI Muscle Building. By Dr. L. H. Guliok, Director
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Sohools.
No. 27. Group XII Colloge Athlotica. By M. 0. Murphy, the well
known Amniotic Trainer, now with Univ. of Ponn.
No. 240. Group XII Athletic Training for Schoolboys.' By Geo. W.
Orton of the Univ. of Penn. and a famous athlete himself.
A copy of our complete oataloguo of athletic goods will bo mailed upon
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You art wearing better clothes than formerly.
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When in need of COAL call and see the
We will treat you right
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The Cornhuskers will Meet the Metho
dists. Tho last basket-ball game vof the
local season will be played In the Uni
versity Armory Monday night, when
the 'Varsity Ave meets the fast team
This contest will be tne second game
played between tho two teams this
season. Nebraska won the first game
early In January by a wjde margin,
but the Methodists aro much stronger
now and hope to defeat the Corn
The line-up for the game is as fol
lows: Nebraska WoBleyan
Burress R. P Underwood
Walsh L. F .White
Moser . ........ . . G Ishamn
D. Bell R. G Clark,
P. Bell...,. It. G Greensllt
Tho game will begin at 8:15 p. m.
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