Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1907)
THE DAILY INEBRASKAIN
be H)ail tflebraefoan
i m t " a
THE PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
PiklicattM Qtflei, 128 No. 14th St.
EdItor-lrvChlef M. A. Mills, '08
Mannolno Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '09
guilnoM Manager... H, C, Robertion, '09
' Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies. 6 Cents Each
Telephones: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 cents por inuortlon
for ovory fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and Unlvorslty bulletins
will gladly bo published froo.
Entered at tho postofflco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as' socond-olass mall matter
undor tho Act of Congress of March 8.
Tho Cornhuskors oro now In Law
ronco making preparations to givo tho
Jnyhawkors a good light for victory
In tomorrow's gamo. Tho outcome of
tho gamo Ib by no moans cortain al
though Nebraska's hopos aro high, but
wo Bhould romombor that tho Jay
hawkors will mnko tho struggle of
tholr llvos to humlllato Nebraska at
Lawrence. In vlow of .tho uncertain
ty tho Btudonts Bhould bo prepared to
fittingly recolvo tho team whether In
victory or In defoat. In fact It 1b
much more. Important In tho lattor
caBO than tho former. .It 1b oaBy
enough to show enthusiasm when vic
tory Is ours but tho real tost of spirit
1b shown when tho toam is defeated
and thoir gloom Is reflectod In tho Btu
dont body. Wo should romombor that
tho 'Varsity represents thhj unlvorslty
and that tholr strugglo should not bo
considered as somothlng apart from
the interests of tho Btudonts gonorally.
No ono doubts but that ovory man who
To tho Nebraskan.
Inasmuch as it seems Impossible
for tho members of tho freshman
claBB to obtain an Impartial hearing
before the Interclass Committee, I be
Hevo It no more than propor that our
stand be placed properly before any
who may fee! -an Interest In thlB ques
tion. In the first placo as I understand It,
when this question arose last year,
owing to tho fact that tho freshman
class could place 4 better toam In tho
field because of the three year rule, it
was then decldod that they would play
that year but that In tho future hoy
were to bo eliminated.
The freshmon this year, admit the
falrnoBs of tho proposition that they
havo an undue advantage inasmuch as
tho othor classes aro drained of tholr
bost men to make up tho Varsity, and
thoroforo stand willing to bar any
freshman pjayor who Is adjudgod to
be of varsity material. This stand
seems to bo absolutely fair. Tho
sophomoro members of tho commltteo
stated at tho meeting that Coach Peck
is used exclusively In coaching the
freshman team, but Earl Eager states
that It Is not tho caso at all but thai
any man In football togs appearing on
tho field will recolvo Coach Pock's at
tention I might add further that this mat
tor camo up boforo Chnncollor An
drews yesterday and, although ho
stated ho hardly regarded such a mat
tor as ono which should receive his at
tention, ho authorized us to Btato that
he was of tho opinion that no class
should be eliminated from such In
terclass contests, as such action would
certainly hurt university class ath
letics. Now in vlow of tho fact that prac
tically ovory impartial person who Is
competent to Judge on this matter,
does not hesitate In stating that the
treated In this matter, wo certainly
Will not suffer If you have to wear spectacles.
They are Improving to most people's looks when fitted by one
who understands how. The eyesight Is too precious to neglect.
You owe them all the attention and care that they may need.
They Gtt Careful Attention Here. Examination Free.
Hallett, Optometry Specialist, 1143 0 St.
goes Into the gamo will do his best
to bring glory upon tho old U. of
This spirit on tho part of tho mem
bers of tho football team Is doservlng
of Bomothlng more than a few words
of praise. Every studont should ap
preciate tho fact that a dobt of grati
tude Is owing those men who by tholr
energy and courage choose to dovoto
so much of their tlmo to a lino of ac
tivity which results In permanent
glory to this unlvorslty and only tem
porary or passing romarks for them
selves. If by any chance tho gamo
tomorrow should go to Kansas, thero
would bo a splendid opportunity to
demonstrate that Nebraska spirit is
honest' and genuine, that It js not tho
result of excitement. Wo feryontly
hopo that bucIi opportunity be not
given, nor lst it probable that it will
be given, but tho possibility' should
not bo .lost sight, of.
Beclcmqn Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st.
aro not going to permit, If there aro
any means' of preventing it, such a
rank decision to stand. Tho freshman
commltteo realized oven before they
had a chanco.to defend their position
that an adverse decision was all that
awaited thorn; they bogged that tho
matter bo referred to an impartial
competent commltteo for adjustment
but wore refused.
Wo admit that thero may bo two
sides to this question although wo fall
to soo the Juslco of tholr position, and
therefore all we ask Is an Impartial
hearing and an unprojudlcod decision,
The hospital corps mot for tho first
tlmo Monday night. Instruction will
be given for a few weeks boforo actual
drill will begin. Major BIrkner of Ne
braska National Guard has offered the
officers his assistan.ee to help them
get started, The o?fllcors will be: cap
tain, L. A. Jones and lieutenant F. E.
McQalU Thq appointments will be
made next week.
for a ladies' sitting room
for a bachelors' den, or
for a fraternity smoking
room; in brown carbons
water colors, pastels,
in west aisle to
Miller & Paine
Thursday, November 14.
7:lfe p. m. 'Armory.
Porshing Rifles medal drill.
Friday, December 13.
Friday, December 13.
Arthur Sampson, 1907, 1b visiting at
the Acacia house. Ho will leave today
for Washington, D. C, where ho Is
employed In tho government Forestry
Somo thirty sophomoreB nt Brown
Unlvorslty wore arrested for posting
"procB" In tho business section. They
were each fined two dollars and costs
after spending the night in the city
Lost History cover containing pro
gram, syllabi and notes of seminar on
municipal problems. Return to 1023
H street or Registrar's office. Reward.
Tlio best place to oat in town is at
Dpns Oafo 114 So. Eleventh street.
ELIAS BAKER PANTS CO., 8
Wo manufacture all of our
Candies & Ice Cream
Wo sorvo tho most delicious Hot
and Cold Drinks in tho city
TRY OUR FAMOUS ATHENIAN
CHEW ''NUT LOVET"
EAT "SAUER KRAUT"
OLYMPiA CANDY CO., 1131 OSt.
1320 N St., Llnaoln, Nab.
Pitts' Dancing School
Class night's Advanced, ' Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and Saturday.
8ocial nightFriday, private dais
every afternoon. Most, beautiful hall
in Lincoln. New location, 1J24 N
street. Auto 5241.
Rooms - Rooms - Rooms
New Windsor Hotel
Wo have now open to students five or six well fur
nished rooms. Steam heat and electric
2 , lights.' Will rent for $2 per
. week and .up.
O0000000000 o o ooooopi
Powered by Open ONI