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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1907)
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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
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tiiic i nivkiisity of nkmuakka.
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Knteied nt til' poHtoftlre ill Lincoln.
Nlti sihUii. fix Hccciiiil-clnHM tint 11 lllllttl'l
under tin1 Act. of Conun'MM of Muich :!.
Theic was not enough enthusiasm
manifested op the pari of ilip support
era ol Nebraska's loot ball Iciim at the
Peril gaine Saturday. It was a good
opportunity for looting practice lost,
a mistake that should not be made
again. It Is not sudlcient excuse tli.it
tilt- game wiih not close enough to be
interesting in fact that Is Just the kind
of u name where "root inn" could be
indulged In with the least personal
sacrifice. We cannot well let more
I line no by before serious effort is
made to organize and practice rooting.
Then aie a few other important
things in connection with the proper
support of athletics aside from enthus
iastic rooting. One of these Is youi
own attendance upon any name play
ed on the home field. There sue pei
Iw.ps a few cases where It Is not pos
sible for a student to attend these
names but these Instances are certain
ly very rare. Of those students who
do not belong to the above class It
surely can be said that they are neg
lecting their duty In this respect, and
judging from the attendance at the
game Saturday, they constitute a
"Ambitious Teddies' Out for Class
Willi the appioach of fall elections,
aphlng candidates are announc
ing their candidacy for the presi
dency or l lie different University
(lasses. Among the Seniors, Claude
Alden is an asphant for the highest
office in the class. .Mr. Alden Is a
member of the cross country and track
teams and of the Innocents Societv
Tire senior election will piobably be
Robert I. Elliott is seeking the pres
idency of the Junior class. .Mr. Elliott
Is a member of the Acacia fraternity
and a well known Junior.
The lone Sophmore candidate for
the office of president is .John Alex
ander of Lincoln. .Mr. Alexander is
piominent In many University activi
ties and is looked upon as a strong
In the Freshman class Ralph Wea
verling of Beatrice Is the only stu
dent who has declared his intention
ol i uniiing for the presidential ofllce.
.Mr. Wea veiling Is reported to have
a number of friends who are pushing
All of tlie elections will be held
within the next two weeks.
Is The Coat
No coat quite equal to them for all
kinds of wear. Rain proof. Sec
our leader black at
Reception to Students.
Tlie reception to new students given
b the Catholic Students' Club last
Filday evening was the largest gather
ing In the history of the club. About
thirty-live new students were present,
besides many visitors, including the
Catholic clergy of the city and Pro
An address of welcome was deliver
ed by .John C. .Maguire, 1S08. Short
talks were given by Rev. .M. A. Shine,
T. F. Doyle and others. '
The musical part of the program
consisted ot several vocal and Instru
mental numbers by members of the
club. At the close of the program
light refreshments were served. A
LADIES AND GENTLENEN
EAT AT THE
OPERATED BY THE WOMANS' CLUB
l:2tH eind O Sts.
GOOD HOME COOKIINC
BUDD'S $10.00 CRAVENETTES
Not "regular" $10.(X) Coats 1 don't buy regular" Coats. Biulil pays cash
ami buys Coats only when the manufuctnrer will sell at a price. I show
straight from the shoulder S1.V0O to $18.00 coats for Sin no broad shoulders
genuine Priestly Cravenottes.
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
WHY PAY MORE? 11410
All general University bulletins and
notices of faculty, committee nnd class
meetings will be published free in
the Daily Nebraskan. All such notices
should be handed in to the Registrar's
Ofllce before five o'clock each day.
Tuesday, October 1.
ll.:iii a. m. U. 100.
Dramatic Club meets. All members
urged to be present.
In order to complete registration
till students must return their class
slips to the Registrar's Ofllce. This
should be done not later than
Wednesday, October 2.
Wt Savo You Honey on
Your Laundry Work
Shirts . . . 5c to 10c
Collars 2 l-2c
Cuffs (pair) 5c
Ctr. Ilth ft M Sts.
There will be a Unitarian church so
cial Wednesday evening at 7::!) at the
home ol .Mr. and .Mrs. A. .1. Sawyer,
1T1S F'St. All students and members
ot the faculty who are interested in
tills church will be welcome.
large part of the student body.
Everybody get the spirit, tlie season
does not last veiy long, so start early
to help make Nebraska's team a. win
'meeting of the club has been an
nounced for Friday evening, October
leeeption will be given for the
Mudents of the University Tuesday
night tram 8 to 10 at St. Paul's ,M. r.
church, corner "Twelfth and M
, st i eet s. Come, bring your friends and
i have a good time,
x Get your shoes shined by Q
o a t i. i ?i
3 COLE & McKENNA'S
8 PALM GARDEN 8
g 1132 O - 1132 O g
Mr. .Marshall spoke to Y..W. C. A.
girls at the Sunday meeting on the
gieat need and value of daily Uible
study. .Miss Herdld sang "Abide with
Me" ami altho the attendance was
small, the meeting was one of spirit
ual benefit and uplift. Every Univer
sity girl should be present next Sabbath.
The following n dicers were elected
b the Pershing Ritles at a meeting
held Friday evening-
IS. W. Hills, president; C. K. Shedd.
secretary; S. A. Mahood. treasurer;
ill. E. (iiithrle. captain; II. S. Ste
phens, 1st lieutenant; . E. Yoder,
i 2nd lieutenant; W. S. Houseworth, 1st
Iseigeant; F. A. Jones, 2nd sergeant;
, 11. F. Williams. ;',rd sergeant.
The first Hand Informal of the yeai
will be held in Memorial Hall Satur
day evening, October nth.
The Drat Cutter. a
Coach Kennedy of Kansas has been
lining up the .layhawker squad during
the last week as follows: Spear, cen
ter; Rouse and Stevenson, guards;
Caldwell and Crowell, tackles; Mil
ton and White, ends; Steele, quar
terback; Foster, Angey, half-backs;
1 During the summer a fine specimen
of wild cat was received at the Mu
seum from Ira E. Atkinson of Lin
coln. The animal is mounted unusu
ally well and has a very fine fur.
This ad and $4.00 in cash will buy
a $5JD0 meal 1 ticket at the Windsor
Cafe, , Good for this week only
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P j COX&K-XX)&KKKreo
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