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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1907)
iFotfVIL No. 39.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LiNCOLN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1907.
Price 5 Cents.
liEARN NEW PLAYS
Colons DrllllngThem In Forward Pass
'and 0n-8ide Kicks Frum Gut of
uame hcck Leaves loaay.
ViDqnver's, ,recont defeats In one or
two-setose games have not blinded
VKIng" "Cole to the fact that a worsted
team often takes a decided braco after
a .series of reverses, and the coach Is
putting the Cornhuskors through some
father stiff practice at the farm this
Week in preparation for the contest
with Kolhler's bunch, Saturday. Cole
Is going to be ready to nip any little
surprise the westerners may try to
'Wednesday and yesterday tho Corn
huskors wore at the Farm learning
several new plays- that will bo used
against Denver and St. Louis. They
were drilled In a now variety of the
forward pads .and In many new kick
ing plays. The Cornhuskers used tho
forward pass to good advantage
against Kansas but their work In that
gamd showed that they were far from
perfect in executing the play and Colo
has been attempting to get them skill
ed In the pass line. Tho Nebraska
line haB proved tp be very srtong and
Cole has been paying little attention
to It this week. There has been no
Right Guard Frum Is taking a rest
and will not be In the game until
Assistant Coach Peck has finished
his work with the Cornhuskers for
this year and will leave for his home
In Virginia today.
There will be two games on tho
gridiron Saturday tho York and Lin
coln high school elevens will meet at
1:15 and the University and Denver
will begin play at 2:45. Ono admis
sion will be charged for both games.
Bleacher, seats will bo 75 cents and the
grandstand price will bo $1.00.
The probable line-up for" Saturday:
Johnson L. 15 Cohen
Matters L. T Green
Bwlng L. G Pruter
Collins C Ashby
Harte R.' G Martin
Chaloupka R. T Lleber
Harvey R. E Brusso
Cooke Q Andrews
Woller. , L. 'H .R. Willy
Kroger F. B ...... .Renlck
.Minor .. H O. 'Willy
,1J Denver substitutes Wheeler, Curtis,
Seymour, Hardin, Brewester and Bar
'tols. ' Sophomore ( Hop.
' The annual Sophomore Hop will be
Meld Friday, .the 17h of JahuarV, at
raraity Hall.' The committee has
arranged unique plana and hopes to
make this a very successful affair.
Jesse Clark Is chalrmafc'ofe com
, Football YaV. jjidO, j. pi., on
campus. Juh1ofjVa. 'fsnlors. Admis
1 TWO GAMES FOR ONE PRICE
Denver vs. .Champions Mo. Valley
... GAME CALLED AT 2:45
Lincoln High vs. York
CALLED AT 1116
GENERAL ADMISSION 75c. , RESERVED SEATS $1.00
Y. M. C. A. CONCERT.
New Plans Are Laid for Increasing
The Y. M. C.' A. cabinet, at lis last
meeting, laid plans for a. membership
contest to be participated In by about
thirty men. Tho two sides will be
gin active work next Saturday night,
and for ten days following a most
vigorous .campaign will be carried on
with a view to signing up all men pos
sible In the Unlvortlsy who are not
now members of the organization.
Roy L. Nelson Is the leader of ono
tjlde, with Arthur .torgensen as sub
leader, and J. L. Der Klnderen heads
the other side, with J. C. Knode as
sub-leader. The side obtaining the
greater number of men will receive a
Imnquet from Its losing competitors,
and this feature of the game Is to be
definitely provided for without any
possibility of a fluke.
Next Saturday evening' at the City
Y. M. C. A. "red room" the two teams
will meet together at 6 o'clock for
Bupper, after which the two groups
will separate in order to receive brief
enthusiastic talks from the leaders
and to get up the genuine "party
spirit." Tho work will be allowed un
til Saturday evening.
Nelson and Jorgenson's side will
comprise the following men: "'
R. L. Nelson, Alexander, Ashby,
Hummel', G. Cherry, McNlcol, Rey
nolds, G. M. Wallace, O. Rulledge, A.
Jorgensen, B. Hills, J. W. Thomas,
Hlnman, Ketrldge, Chorrlngton, Muel
ler, Byertfl, Walker, D. D. Plumb, B
G. Hardy, Paul Pierce, Forell, Boswell.
Der Klnderln and Knodejs party will
be made up as follows:
J. Der Klnderen, Ayres, Plasters,-
Guldinger, Roy Cherry, Scarborough,
Provoqt, Wentworth, Knode, Macron-
aid, J. L. Thomas, A. L. weaver, j.
K. Shedd, Baker, Eaton. Mahood, El
liott, R. R. Smith, Chase, Robert Tay
lor, Hare, Elseffer, H. Walters.
The Pennsylvania football players
have a $(5,000 club house. ""
SAT7 NOV. 16
Comrnlttee Appointed by President
The Sophomore Hop Committee has
Just been appointed by President
Alexander. A list of tho members fal
J. M. eiark, chairman, Dalo McDon
ald, master of coromonlos, Brma
Prankon, Mabel N. Snyder, Alice Roth
well, Mildred Holland, Edgar Polloys,
R H. Bailey and Walter N. Bozarth.
R. G. Schmidt has been appointed
basket-ball manager and James Whit
ney and O. L, Brlggs, football rooting
The Annual Football Game at 2 O'clock
The Senior and Junior football
teams will clash on tho gridiron at 2
o'clock this afternoon. This will bo
the first of. the interclass games and
Is exciting considerable interest
among the students. Both classes are
roputed to have strong teams and are
expected to put up a stiff battle. Ad
mission to the game will be 15 cents.
Tho Junior Prom Committee is com
posed as follows: Amos Thomas,
chairman; Hiland H. Wheeler, Jr.,
master of ceremonies; Sidney G.
Evans, Hubert C. Robertson, Prank
M. Weller, Wlllard C. Mills, Jr., Au
gust H. Meyer, William T. March, Jr.,
Hubert O. Bell, George D. Hetzel, Vard
Smith, A. E. ProydjW. A. Robertson,
W. A. Racely.
The following compose the Cap
Alvah L. Weaver, chairman; Vera
Pink, J. U. Lingley, Lois B. Fossler,
Camille G .Evans .
The best oyster stew in the city is
that served at The Boston Lunch,
For RentModern room; plenty of
hot water! 534 No. 12th St.
DldCU88E8 THE GOVERNMENT OP
8ays Value of Islands It Not In Ma
terial Wealth, But In Reflex' Ac
tions Upon Our Institutions.
Tho roal valuo of tho Phlllpplno
Islands lios not In their matorlal
woalth, but In tho roflox action
upon our Instlutlons and govornmont
of tho work wo aro doing thoro. Thus '
declared Judge C. S. Lobingior at Con
vocation yostorday morning. Judgo
Loblfglor Is a graduato of tho Uni
versity of Nebraska and thus as ho
oxprossod It, folt as though ho woro
among old acquaintances,
Ono of tho, greatest roaBons for tho
constant discussion of tho Phlllpplno
quostlon Is because wo got our infor
mation from men who aro -not authori
ties. Tho Philippines, aro 1,200 mllog
JftnV and contain groat variotios oj.
soilcllmato and stages of civilization
Tho specialist, can find work for a llfo
tlmo each In, his own filed. Our Infor
mation on tho Philippines is mostly
derived, howovor, from pooplo who
have merely a superficial knowlodgo
of tho conditions and cannof glvo a
correct Idea of things as they exist.
Thoro seems to bo an idea that
tho Philippines are a very costly ex
periment and that millions of dollars
aro being sunk thoro every year, As
a .matter of tact tho Philippine civil
government has boon solf supporting
almost slnqe It was foundod. Tho
constublary which maintains peaco In
in the Islands Is paid for by the Philip- .
pines. To be sure, tho army stationed
thoro Is paid for by tho Unitod States
just as tho army in 'Alaska or Porto
Rico is paid for from homo.
Soma day it will. bo roallzod that
tho natural woalth of tho Philippines
Is boyond that of almost any other
territory under tho flag of tho United
States. Thoro are tremendously rich
gold and copper mines whlclj have not
as yet been developed. Great forests
of hard wood are waiting to bo used
whon the available supply In the
United States runs out. '
But, as stated above, the greatest
and most important consideration In
determining the value of (the Philip
pines is the reflex action upon our in
stitutions and government of the work
we are doing there. America is now
.working out ono of the most creditable
pages of her history. We are under
taking a colonial policy which has for
its primary and fundamental guiding
principle the welfare of the natives
themselves. Wc have given the Phil
ippines a bettor .government, than we
have given ourselves and put into
force reforms there which, It has not
been possible for us, so far, to obtain
in America. -They have tho postal
telegraph and tho postal sayings bank
in each of the small towns, and these
Institutions each help la the '-work of
education. The Torreas system, of
UndrfjbitiM which is generally admit
ted ito'lM better tfcan the old system
IS ill teres there but It has sf far fceea
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