The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 09, 1907, Image 1

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Vol. VII. No. J 3.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, J907.
Price 5 Cents.
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200 REGISTERED
MANY GIRLS HAVE ENROLLED
FOR BIBLE STUDY.
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Y. W. C. A. Campaign Going Nicely
Names of Cabinet Members Arc
Announced Other Notes.
The work of the Young Woman's
Christian. Association bus started oin
in full swing with pleasing prospects
for the coming year. A full corps of
workers. Including many of tlu- older
mem burs, and several new ones, is
busy at the present time gelling the
Bible and mission study classes into
working order and making a cauvn.fs
for new members. Already two nun-
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A TRIO
already have
dred girls havo registered for these
clnsser whlqh aro held at the Univer
sity, the 'Conservatory of Music, the
Dormitory, and at a number of the wo-
' rorlty houses, under tho direction of
Miss Vlbbard, Mrs. T. F. A. Williams,
' Miss Laura Dickey, extension secre
' tary of the City V. W. C. A., and sev
eral of the mombors of tho association.
Tho meetings hold by tho Y. W. C
?A aq far have been unusually good.
The recoptlon hold at Mrs. A. J. 8nw:
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ALDEN .WIN8.
Ik Elected President of the Class
of 1908.
Claude L Alden of Grand island .i-
elected lo (be presidency of I lie Senior
cla-ss yesterday morning at a. meeting
Claude L. Alden
held in Memorial Hall durlug chapel
period. He was the only nominee and
THAT IS
Captain John Weller
These three men are working overtime in a great effort to build up a football machine at Ne
braska that will defeat Minnesota, October 19, and that will carry sorrow into the camp of the Jayhawk
ers at Lawrence later in the seaeon. The big victories over Peru and South Dakota show what they
accomplished.
recolvod the full voto of the meeting.
Mr. Alden is a mombor of tho In
nocents Society and of tho Y. M. C. A.
lie ran on the track and cross-country
teams last year.
The otlior oHlcors elected were as
totiows: i
C. L.'Hall, treasurer; Nellie j. Lud
den, vlco-presldent; Mary Brown, sec
rotary, and O.- J. Shaw, sorgoant-at
rrnis.
Mabel A. Dayton. '04, Is principal of
tlio David City high school.
FOOTBALL RALLY.
Fust One of the Year to Bo Held at
11:30 Tomorrow.
Tne llt-Hi lootball rall ol the year
will be held in Memorial Hall at It: ::"
K morrow moiniug to stir up cnthusl
hmu for I lie Cirinueil game, which will
' be p!a( d next' Hal urda .
Tliohe In charge of the preparations
foi the meeting have made big plans
and expect the 1 ally to be a"greal"
success The have m ranged to liae
the band pla and tlie following men
spealc: Professors Itolton. Maxey,
lees, Caldwell. Fosvler, Conani, Cap
u. in Workizi r, Coach Cole, Manager
Kaer ami Captain Weller. It is ex
pected that the.se men will furnish
enough spirit to nold the students un
HI after the Orinnell game
r'verybodj Is recpuslel to tiun out
HARD TO BEAT
Manager "Dog" Eager Coadh "King" Cole
c morrow and learn both the old and
new dongs do that tho rooting section
will be able to do good work in the
coming games. w,
Pies like mother used to make.
Halted fresh twice a day by an exnort
woman pie baker, at The Ronton
Lunch.
The Phi Rho Sigma fraternity at
Omaha has moved from G2f South
Twenty-fifth avenue to 1314 South
Twenty-aixth street.
THE LAW COLLEGE
DEAN COSTIGAN TELLS OF ITS
PROGRESS AND WORK.
He Speaks of the Loss of Dean Pound
and Describes the Source Method
of Studying Law in the College.
Willing In the curteni Issue ol the
I ulverslij Journal, under the caption
'The College of Law," Ceorge I Cos
tigan tells how the loss of Dr. Pound
affected the school and explains the
work of the college The article Is as
follows.
The College of Law of the Unhersl
t begins the year fai mori hopefully
than seemed possible In the sprlhg
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The Iobh of Dr. Pound, felt keenly by
Ktudents and faculty alike, ban tested
the loyalty of our stttdonts in a way
that wo hope may novor again bo nee
sssary. Tho spirit displayed by tho
different classes lias boon all that
could bo asked, however, and while
there appears to bo a slight recreaao in
attendance this fall the most of it
would havo oqcurred had there been no
change In tlvo porsonnal of the fac
ulty Tho Collego of Law is to be con
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