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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1907)
Vol. VII. No. 24.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1907.
Pilce 5 Cents
ARC GETTING HURT
IS LIKELY TO END
MEN' ON NEBRASKA TEAM BE-
ING. INJURED IN PRACTICE.
The Local Gridiron Is Hard on Men
and Minor, Beltzer and Burnett
Are Out of Game for While.
During the foro part of the season
Coach Cole's pupils wero very fortun
ate in escaping serious Injuries and
liot a player on ther squad was hurt
4eriouBly enough to keep him out of
the game. The recent hardening of
the gridiron, due to the frosts hna re
sulted in crippling up soveral of the
men, a thing which is very serious at
Captain of Colorado Eleyen.
this critical point in the football sea
son. Beltzer, right, end, is on tjio aide
lines and the CornhUBkers' doctor has
forbidden him to participate in the
Minor, right half, strained a tendon
in his side in the Minnesota game
and hag bedn out of the daily practice
this week. Burnett sustained a badly
sprained i ankle in Tuesday night's
practice, which threatens to keep him
out of the game Saturday.
Cole's men have been working on
the forward pass this weok mdst of
'the time when on. the offense. Against
tho scrubs the forward passhas been
worked to perfection resulting In sev
eral touchdowns for the 'varsity.
The second team mra. been drilled
on tho Colorado formations by Assis
tant Coach Peck who. witnessed tho
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Reserved seat tickets now on sale at Harry Porter's and
Three Middle Sections, $1.25. Two ond sections, $1.00
The Jeffersonian Club Organize for
Tho Jeffersonian Club of the Uni
versity met In U. 102 last night and
elected officers for tho ensuing year.
The following officers were elected:
president, A. C. Huff; vice-president',
C. A. McLaughlin; secretary, Q. A.
Fltzsimmon; treasurer, S. Q. Evans.
A membership committee of J. 13.
iJodnar, J. G. Mothersoad, and M. A.
Mills was appointed to enroll other
students in the club.
A challenge of the Republican Club
10 a debate was read and accepted by
the .leffersonlans. A committee com
po3Cd of J. M. Paul, B. W. Hill and
E. T. 'Grunden was appointed to con
sider the question and time for this
Mr. Myers, a graduate of tho Uni
versity, addressed tho club for half an
hour on the local issue of the present
The club decided to hold a big ral
ly within a week or two ,at which
sovernl of tho leading democrats of
the stato will speak.
A complete literary nnd seminar
program for tho first semester has Just
been made up by tho Komeninn so
cioty. Tho work of this society this
year will be of an especially thorough
and helpful character. Heretofore the
class work has been entirely volun
tary. Now the masters of tho Slavonic
tongue will be studied under tho su
pervision of a compotcnt instructor,
and tho work will be part of tho regu
lar course of the department.
A number of books have recently
been given to this nocioty by frlondn
in Lincoln, Omaha and the East.
The supporters of tho society are
much enthused over tho betterment of
the course and the llbrniy.
II. E. Stone, '07, has just been ap
pointed an instructor In Botany In the
Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Ho is
the second botany student to be sent
south In tho Inst tv,o months.
Tho Graduate Club meets tonight,
October 24, with Dr. L. A. Shorman,
12.14 J street.
WE ARE WILD?
Chicago Paper 8ayu Nebraska If
Under the scare head "Nebraska Is
Wild" the Chicago Itocord-Hcrald
yesterday prints the following dla
patch from Lincoln regarding footbajl
enthustnsm at Nebrabka:
"Football Onthuslasm at tho Univer
sity of Nebraska has beon raised to
the highest pitch it has reached for
sevoral years as tho result of tho'
gamo with Minnesota last Saturday,
Although hoping for as good n show
ing as tho CornhUBkers made against
Minnesota, tho secrecy with which the
work of the team had been conducted
since tho opening of tho season left
the enthusiasts Bomowhat in doubt as
to tho real strength of the Corn
hUBkers. "hi view of tho change in coaches
made by Nebraska this year, and other
disadvantages which facod tho team
at tho opening of the season, Satur
day's scorn Is regarded in Lincoln as
almost a Nebraska victory.
"With tho Minnesota contest piny
ed, chief Interest now rests In tho
gamo with Antes, two weoka henco.
"Coach Colo Is given most of the.
credit for tho work of tho team Sat
urday, although tho leadership of
Captain Wcller Is regarded as having
beon ono of tho most potent factors In
It. Colo expressed regret that tho
team could not win after scoring tho
bnly touchdown of tho gamo, but 'is
much oncournged by tho nervy work,
of tho player."
Tho State IJIatorlcal Society has
Just received copies of tho Licking Val
ley Register of Covington, Kentucky,
dating from July 21, 1841, to July 20,
1844. In addition to this It has re
ceived copies of tho New York Wookly
Tribune dating from March 27, 1847, to
September 1, 1849. This gives the so
cloty noarly complete flies of two of
tho principal papqrs of the country be
tween 1840 nnd 1850. It Is expectod
that this will provo of great vnluo to
students studying tho period.
Candidates 'for tho Juhipr class foot
ball team report this evening at five
o'clock on tho athletic field.
Tickets 50 Cents
DI8PUTE WILL PROBABLY BE
Laws M'oet Today to Take Final Ac
tion on Consolidation of Book and
Are Expectod to Agree to It.
The breach botwoon tho law slu
donts and the Cornhusker manage
ment over tho consolidation of the
Law Annual and tho Cornhusker
promises to bo closed this morning
when the laws gather In mass meet
ing to yoto on tho accoptlon of a llbdr
al proposition which tho managora of
tho 1908 Book have made them.
Thoro seoms to bo a unanimity of
opinion nmong the Laws In favor of
consolidation ond It Is consldorod vorj
probable that a settlement of tho un
pleasantness will be reached toJny
thru tho action of tho Laws. Tho
mooting of tho Laws' will bt held at
11:00 o'clock this morning. .
A copy of tho articles of agree-,
ment which wore drawn up by tha
Cornhuslcor-Law Conforcnco commit
tee and which will be presented to tho
Laws for their vote follows:
Articles of Agreement.
Between tho Cornhuskor staff and tho
College of Law.
It is hereby agreed between tho
Cornhusker staff and tho College of
Law that tho College of Law shall bo
allowed not to exceed ono fourth tho
space in tho Cornhusker.
Tho College of Law shall have ono
managing odltor, to bo chosen from
tho senior class, and ono assistant
business mnnnger, who Bhall bo select
ed from the Junior class. Tho two
members of the law editorial staff
shall bo chosen from tho two upper
Law classes ono from each.
Tho material which the Law School
will havo In the Cornhuskor shall con
sist of photographs (half tones), car
toons and literary work. It Is agreed
that if such material is accepted it
shall equal tho standard of similar ma
toijal furnished by tho other collegos.
In the case of a disagreement as to
tho fitness of any material submittod
by the College of Law, such disagree'1
ment shall bo-sottled by a board of ar
bitrators; one from tho Law faculty,
who shall bo selected by the managing
odltor of tho Law College; ono from
the Academic faculty, to be chosen by
the editor-in-chief, nnd a third, who
shall bo chosen b theso two. Tho
conclusion of these three faculty mem
bers shall be final.
The Collego of Law shall have a
separate division of tho Josh depart
ment, for their Jokes and Joshes, and
a title page for tho same, which shall
bo designed by them.
AH photographs (half tonesj and
biographies in tho book aro to be Ar
ranged according to years, but this di
vision shall furthor be separated ac-"
cording to colleges the senior Laws
following tho senior Acndemlcs.-
REGISTER, DEMOCRATS. '
Every democrat In the University
Is urged to register Saturday, October
26. That Is the last day of registra
tion and unless you are registered be
fore Saturday night you will not be
able to vote at the coming election
Seniors meet at Tenth and O
streets, 8at., Oct. 26, 7:30 a. m,
frit linof rttrafit ntAiir In tlm aHv la
soryed at The Boston Luncji. Try It.
Rally 11:30 a. m.
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