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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY AMI HONOAT
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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Entered at tho poBtofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, aa aocond-clasH mall mattor
under tho Act of CongroBB of March 3,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER C, 1908.
RALLY AGAIN TODAY
BIG TIME PLANNED FOR MEETING
AT ANTELOPE PARK.
LEAVE FOR OMAHA IN MORNING
ftpeclal Train Carrying 1,200 Rooters,
Football Team and Cadet Band,
Will Start From Burlington
Depot at 8:30 O'clock.
Another rally of tho students for
tho Nebraska-Ames game tit Omaha
will bo hold thiB nftornoon at Antolopo
park, while tho football team 1b run
ning through algnal plactico. Th
rootorn and band will gathor at the
rock In front of Library hull at 4
o'clock and march In a procesBlon to
tho gridiron. Tho route of tho paradd
will bo na follows: R streot to O
North Eloventh; O streot to Twenty
first and South Twonty-flrst to tho
Both boys and girls are oxpectod
to Join in thlB demonstration of thokj,ierabio portion of his time to a
team. SongB will bo prnctlced at the I ,iBCUBBlon of tho ovIIb of tuberculosis
VI8IT 8TATE 8CHOOL8
(Continued from Pago 1)
ingB wore held yeBtordfly in tho First
FroBbytorlnn church and it in prob-
ablo that theso meetings will havo
to bo continued today. These general
sessions are proving to bo of rare
IntoroBt to all teachers who are ablo
to attend them. Tho session yester
day morning was of much benoflt.
Following an Invocation by Rev.
Roach of St. Paul's and an organ pre
ludo by MrB. Carrie B. Raymond of
tho university faculty, Dr. Henry B.
Word, dean of tho oqllego of medi
cine, addressed the teachers on tho
topic, "The Public Schools and the
Health of tho Nation."
Dr. Ward declared that ono of tho
groatest problems which his profes
sion has to deal with 1b tho proper
education of tho people to take caro
of themselves. Ho declared that not
only do many schools make no at
tempt to properly cducato their pupils
so that they may not bo afflicted with
fundamental ignorance of the subject
In after Hfo, but there are frequent
cases whoro actual harm comes to
pupils because of tho unhygenlc con
ditions under which they work In the
public schools. Ho devoted a con
A TRIBUTE DESERVED.
Tho mooting of tho State Toachora'
nHBociatlon. which Ib now in progroBS,
is remarkable in many ways. Tho
numbor of toachors who havo re
turned to show their nlloglanco to tho
cause In which thoy aro ongaged Is
entirely unprecedented. Tho enthusi
asm which 1b shown Indicates an
awakening of tho toachors to tho part
which thoy aro performing in tho de
velopment of tho stato. Tho groat
banquet which wnB hold In tho audi
torium forotolls tho rise of a now
spirit of unity among tho teachers of
tho state which will contlnuo until
education movos forward with more
In thlB now stato of affalrB one man
toworB abovo all othorB in tho skill
and foresight with which ho has
steadily aided tho progroBB of educa
tion to tho high placo which it now
holds. Ono man moro than all others
Is roBponBiblo for tho ronmrkablo suc
cosB of tho proaont meetings. ThlB
man Is Chancellor Androws of tho
University of Nebraska.
It Is duo to tho systematic organiza
tion Which tho Chancellor has de
veloped that a meeting of bucIi groat
size as tho presont ono Ib being car
ried on with so llttlo confusion, and
with such far-reaching results. Tho
mannor in which Dr. AndrowB as
president of tho State Toachors' asso
ciation haB managed its affalrB gives
i ovory student proof that a big and a
wlso man is at tho hoad of this 'unl
voralty. Tho slzo of tho toachora' associa
tion has increased from a couple of
hundred twenty years ago until now
It numbers in this, its banner year,
grounds and tho co-odB will bo need-'
ed to help sing the selections.
Tho Nobrnska bunch will havo some
ptrong-lunged representatives from
AmcB to yoll and sing against and It
will need all tho holp of all students
thnt go to Omnha In order to make
a hotter showing than tho supporters
from tho Agglo uchool.
1,000 Ames Rooters.
A report from Amos ttayB that
ochool will send at loaBt 1,000 rooterB
to Omaha for tho game and that they
will bo prepared to support their
loam in tho most loyal fashion. Whon
Amos was in Lincoln Inst season thoro
wero only a handful of rooters with
tho toarti, but thoy did tho greatest
kind of cheering for tholr olovon, and
ut tlmeB drowned out tho cheering of
ttho Scarlet and Cream rooters.
Tho most loyal Nebraska students
do not want this to occur at Omaha
Saturday, and so thoy aro urging all
BtudontB to attend tho rally at the
j.ark this afternoon that the Nobraskn
crowd may go to Omaha well trained
to sing and root as much as may be
Thta afternoon tho Nebraska team
will run through several of tho new
plays that are to be used against Amos
and tho Nebraska rooters who go out
to tho park will see sorao clover work
NobrnBka Iiob a great football team
this season, and It Ib playing the
championship bull. A great many
students have not soon It practiced
this season, and this afternoon will be
tho best opportunity thoy will havo
of wltnosslng tho signal work.
Train at 8:45 O'clock.
Tho Nebraska rooters, probably 1
200 strong, will lonvo for Omaha at
8:45 o'clock Saturday morning over
tho Burlington railroad. Tho team
and band will also p.o on this train.
and appealed to tho toachors to aid
the medical profession In riding tho
country to as great an oxtent as pos
blblo of thlB curse.
The High 8chools.
Following Dr. Ward, Dr. E. J. Good
win of Brooklyn, Principal A. D. Call
of Hartford, Conn., and Superintend
ont A. H. WaterhouBo of Fremont,
lormorly principal of Omaha high
nchool, spoke on the thomo, "The
High School Problem." All throe
speakers- emphasized tho need of
thorough and accurate Instruction In
ho grades In order that the work of
high school and collego might not
bo unnecessarily hampered by lack
of proper preparation. Thoy wore
united in tholr belief that there was
a universal room for Improvement in
During the afternoon the teachers
Bcattorod among the various Bectlonal
meetings. Among these sections are
those on the professional training of
teachers, popular medlcnl education
drawing and manual training, child
study, tenchers of Gorman, teachers
of science, teachers of Latin, toach
ors of history, teachers of mathema
tics, music supervisors, teachers of
physical sclonce, grammar schools,
county BiiporlntendentB, rural teachers,
collego tenchers, high school teachers,
primary and teachers of literature.
University Men 8poke.
At nearly nil of theso sectional
meetings some ono of tho stato unl
vdrslty faculty was on the list of
speakers. Among those who spoke
yesterday wore Donn Chnrles E. For
dyco, Dean A. E. Davlsson, Inspector
A. Reed, Dr. H. H. Wnlto, Dr. H. W.
Orr, ProfOBBor F. D. Barker, Pro
fessor Luckoy, Profossor P. H. Gru
mann, F. W. Sanford, Professor C. E.
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with nothing less than custom style.
That's why so many of them wear Regals.
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You can get the same new custom styles
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"THE HOUSE COZY"
WEEK NOVEMBER SECOND
Fulton Stock Co.
By Mary J. Holmes
A Comedy Drama AlfWill Enjoy
Matinees Wed. atd Sat., 2:15
EVENINGS at 8:15
Prices 15c & 25c
over three thousand. Tho association
ans now grown so largo that tho nieot
IngB cannot bo hold in any of tho
smaller towns of the stato for mere
lack of proper accommodations. It Is
to bo hoped that those in charge of
tho association in tho future can con
tlnuo its valuo and Its spectacular
growth to ovon a greater dogroo than
has been yot maintained.
FACULTY QET8 LIQUOR LICEN8E
Action of Wisconsin Professors' Club
People aro asking themsoivos why
the Wisconsin University club, whose
membership is largely made up of
university professors, should have
taken out a liquor Uconse, ospeclally
whon, under tho stato law, liquor can
not be Bold so near the university as
tho building In which tho club has its
home. The report that tho club had
obtained a liquor license first became
noised about a few weoka ago, but
was immediately denied by those
It has since been learned that the
license was issued last August and
that tho stamp bears the numbor
49436. A tax of $22.96 was paid to
tho government. Tho object In taking
out a government license and not sup
plementing It by taking out a city
license is tho cause of much com
ment, but all persons concerned are
reticent It' has boon suggested that
tho Uqudr dispensed at the club prob
ably Is for medicinal purposes only.
It Ib planned to have tho Btudonls
moot at tho university campus a. 8
o'clock In the morning and march to
the depot. Tho iare ono way will be
$1.10. A special train will return
from Omaha in the ovening, but stu
dents who buy tholr tickets but one
way may return at nny time they
When the apodal train reaches Om
aha the Nebraska rooters and band
will form into a procession and march
to tho Henshaw hotel, whdro thj
Cornhuskor olovon will bo kept. The
team will bo In tho parade, riding' in
hacks furnlBhed by tho football management.
DRAMATIC CLUB HOLD 80CIAL.
The University Book Store.
Eighteen New Members Initiated and
Welcomed by Club.
Last evening In the Dramatic club
rooms of the Temple the elghtoen stu
dents who were successful In thd re
cent tryouts wero welcomed into the
ranks and given full membership. The
social waa tendered for 'the purpose
of making the old and new members
acquainted, and judging from the Joy
ous atmosphere which Boomed to en
circle all, success muBt havo reigned
The following program was given
by the now members, after which Ico
and wafers were served:
"A Duet," Eleanor Barbour and Ma
"A Saop'Glrl," -MlBB Whlttler.
"As You Llkq It," Geo. Adrlance
and Miss Emory.
"The Rivals," Sheldon Ccton and F.
Porslnger, Professor 'Aylosworth, H
It. Smith, P. D. Barker, J. E. Almy,
Professor Benton Dales, Professor
Samuel Avery .and Professor G. E.
Last evening Chancellor Andrews
addressed tho second general session
on "Tho Crusado for tho County
School." His remarks wero given
earnest attention and his Ideas were
of evident Interest to tho teachers
presont. Tho chancellor declared the
great benefit to bo derived from ef
ficient country school work and called
attention to some improvements
which might be made to the advant
age of the system.
This evonlng the association will
close Its session with an address by
Dtf. Benjamin Ide Wheeler of the
Unlverlty of California. Dr. Wheeler
Ib widely and favorably known and
teachers are looking , forward to his
addross wlth the expectation of hear
ing an unusually Intellectual talk.
Landscape Gardener Here.
Regent Copeland was ift the city
yesterday and visited the campus In
company with Mr, Donman, newly ap
pointed landscape gardener of the
university. Mr. Donman is an Eng
lish gardener who has had consider
able experience in his lino of work.
His success at the soldiers' homo at
Colorado Springs, Colo., is one of his
best testimonials. Mr. 'Donman will
have entire 'charge of "landscaping the
Brim hands for Ames. game. 340
A Word about
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