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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVER8ITY OP NEBRASKA.
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Faculty notices and University bullotlns
will gladly bo published froo.
Entorod at the postofflco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as socond-claBS mall matter
undor tho Act of Congress of March 8.
Thoro 1b a good and n bad way of
helping ono another to stand together.
Henry Cnmpboll Bannerman was a
politician who won and held his place
by his conBummato ability and perse
verance. He lmew how to take "In
The Athletic Board Election la
drawing near and twelve men have
tiled statements of their candidacy
with tho secretary of tho board. This
gives tho voter an ample opportunity
to select men whom ho thinks best
flttod for the position. Tho number of
candidates would indicate a lively
contest and a largo vote. In any event,
-there will bo a greater number of per
sons satisfied with the results of the
election than there has been for some
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Tho track meet Saturday was a
great success considered with refer
ence to tho number of contestants. If
such interest. Is shown bpth by par
ticipants and spectators under the
most unfavorable circumstances, wo
have reason to beliove that with a
good field this side of athletics would,
be exceedingly popular. Stand up for
Nebraska and rise up nnd demand nn
athletic afield. X
One .of tho biggest and "'best things
that Is possible in the life of a college
ithan is the privilege of attending a
Student Conference. The student
leaders of seven states wlll'be called
together by. tho Young Men's Chris
tian Association for ten days, June 12
21, at Cascade, Colorado, to consider
the great' problems of student life, and
to enjoy fellowship and recreation to-
gothor In ono of tho mosl beautiful
mountain retreats in Colorado.
Tho program as arranged has ad
dresses by many of tho strongest men
in Y. M. C. A. work, among whom aro
Dr. 8. M. Zwemer, P. R. O. S Secre
tary Student' Volunteer Movement.
"Mr. B. T. Cotton, Secretary Interna
tional Committee, Foreign Work De
partment. Mr. A. J. Elliott, Student Secretary
Rev. Robert F. Coyle, D. D., pastor
Contral Presbyterian church, Denver.
Mr. E. C. Morcer, mission workor,
Now York City.
Prdty F. A. Wilbur, University of
Mr. Bruno Hobbs, field secretary, In
Dean Edward S. Parsons of Colorado
Others who are considering the invi
tation to attend Include:
Rev. Daniel E. Jenkins, D. D., presi
dent Presbyterian, Theological Semi
Hon. H. M. Beardsley, mayor of.
Kansas 'City, Mo., and president of
Y. M. C. A.
Rev. F. T. Bayloy, D. D., pastor of
Plymouth Congregational church, Don
vor. Mr. Fletcher S. Brockman, national
secretary for China Young Men's
Rev. F. T. Truitt. D. D., of Dallas,
The morning and evening meetings
will be ' given up to conferences and
Inspirational addresses. Men of inter
national reputation- will be present
with messages to fit the needs of col
lego men. On tho bank of a little
mountain stream that runs down from
perpetual snow will be held at sunBOt
overy day, a meeting at which will bo
presented the claims of different call
ings as life-works for college mon.
Many men will find their place in lifo
and be forever repaid for going. The
afternoons will be given up to athletic
sports, Including mountain climbing,
tennis and baseball, in which different
states will qompeto for tho champion
ship. It cannot be estimated what the
conference will mean to those whoso
privilege It Is to go. There is ,no fel
lowship on earth like the fellowship
of Christian college men. Silver and
The "Cornhusker" will be out the
15th day of May. The price ot tho
book will be $2.00 if taken on or before
tho day of publication, and $2.25 after
ward. Thrf statement made some
days ago about there being only a lim
ited number of books seems to havo
been taken by some as merely a
scheme to get orders; however, this
Is n fact, and those who' have given
orders 'Will bo served first and those
who have not will run their own rlskt
both as to tho getting of books and
paying of tho extra price,
The Official Ball
Used by All the Big College Nines
If you. attend the big college games you will find that the ball
almost invariably used is the REACH OFFICIAL AMERICAN
LEAGUE BALL. College men won't have anything but the
BEST that's why they all use the
College men know that the Reach Ball has been adopted by the
American League for ten years and is the official League Ball.
No "other can be used in
any League game.
ffi&LtlV ( Y? ) Guarantee
The Reach Trademark on all Sporting Gcods
is a guarantee of quality it means satisfaction, a
new article, or your money back (except on Balls
and Bat3 under $1.00).
The Reach Official Base Ball Guide
lust outU's fic recognized authority on 03se
Ball-matters: The Official Guide of the Ameri
can League. History and action pictures of 1907
World's Series. Schedules, rules, records, etc.
10 cents at dealers' or by mail.
If not at your dealer's wr ivil supply
our ifQOifs direct on receipt , r.f price.
Write for 1908 Base Ball Catalogue and
free Base Ball Story by Elbert Hubbard.
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Orders can be given to any member
of the staff or can be left at the Corn
hUBker office, In the basement of the
HUBERT O. BELL,
Business Manager '08 Cornhuskor.
Candidates for Athletic Board.
Tho following mon have signified
their intention ot being In school next
year andjiave announced themselves
ns candidates for student members of
the Athletic Board:
Ben M. Cherrlngton.
Sidney Collins. -
Clyde E. Elliott
Edward P. Guldlnger.
James B. Harvey.
Sidney T. Frum. -...
H. O. Perry.
' Walter W. Walsh.
J. M. Patton.
W. A. Kelly.
I intend to bo in school next year
and will be a candidate for student
member of the Athletic Board.
P. A. PETERSON.
k I will bo In school next year and
wish to declare my Intention of being a
candldato for a student member of tho
Athletic Board for tho coming year. .
GEO. A. WESTOVEIt.
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