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VoL IX. No. 17.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1909.
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VARSITY DOES LIGHT
mm BIG GAME
klEN PUTTHROUQH SIGNAL WORK
AND EA8Y SCRIMMAGE.
itlHibB ttASS ItAH: STARt WORK.
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Third Year Men First of Class Organ
izations to Put Squad In the
FleW, With Dick RUssell
Still stiff and soro from the effects
of the Minnesota gamo, the Cornhusk
era hare begun llnibeflng up tor tho
game with Iowa which comes off next
All of tho men with the exception of
Bentley have practically recoyored
irom. the. effects of Saturday's contest,
but- they are still taking it easy.
tietftley suffered a severe' wrench 'in
the back in Saturday's game. So far
ho has not beeti out to practice, but tie
will be in shape for tho Iowa game. .
So far thls-woek tho .varsity has
been, given ilght work. The first, teata
tiaVd b66tt running signals mostly, white
tho brunt of the scrimmage has fallen
on the second varsity. On Monday
the" varsity" did hot scrimmage at art.
Yesterday they were pUt through a Ut
ile light work, but most of tho time
was spent in perfecting new forma
Sfccbnd Team Fight Scrubs.
4 Yesterday afternoon the second van
Sl,ty were pitted against the scrubs.
he1 teams were fairly evenly matched,
but the varsity had slightly the advan
tage, making thrdb touchdown to the
scrubs' two. Elliott and Dobson for
the varsity played spectacular ball.
Etlliott especially distinguished him
self by tearing up the scrub defense.
The scrubB have beeh glvoh a ttow
set of signals tills week oil the drder
o'f the 16w& offense. They consist
(Jhlofly of tackle around formations.
These plays will be used against the
varsity line this week to give them
some acquaintance with the Iowa style
, Nebraska ought to have no trouble
in winning next Saturday's contest.
So far this season Iowa has not made
a very good showing. Coach Griffith,
however, may spring a surprise sim
ilar to the Corhhusker stunt of last
Saturday, , -..
New Back-Field Man.
Lofgren Is back in the game this
wdek and is playing quarter on the var
sity. Coach Colo 1b making every
shift noBSible to try to build up a
strong back-field. With Franck play
ing half there is only one man who
can be depended on to hold down the
quarter backpbsitlon. Bentley. waB 'in
jured in Saturday's game and Lofgren
. and Hascall may be called on for Sat
The junior class team were out for
their regular practice yesterday. So
far they are the only team out. The
sophomores wlll have' a strong team,
but .owing to, the latqness or. tne elec
tion "of a president they will prob
ably Je'bw In getting' out. 'Some dlfc
sdtlBfaetleh'ls being: expressed at ttie
present method of giving tho maungor
powbr to, choose the members of the
team, and some Qthe method may he
deviBed. ' . " ' , , '
MRS. LABADIE TOMORROW NIGHT.
Well-Knon' Reader Will RendoT'The
' Servant 'In the Houm' Under ,
11 Dmalld'ciuifXutplcijis.,, u
-. , Urn '.Lkbaidj a readeVdf note, will
vappear at" the Staple Theater 'oh
iii' thd House." & w6rk that is fiiiown
tair"oT3f tHlV ooUntryr ' ll ' . '. I -J
acts ind wiil portray the various char-
' tf kWfldW 'evening, Qctbber J21,' unde'r
th'b auspices of thp Dramatic tJluh.'Bhb
, willIve k'iiterarytreaf.Thd'EierYant
, -'j ., ..
"Prof. Stevens' New Song
actors in a charming manner. She has
achieved a highly gratifying success
a's 'a dramatic artlBt df tlio moBt ro
fined, type. Sho has. appeared before
assemblies, critical to a fine degree,
in culture of tho art and in the por
trayal of situations and' characters
that tend to intellectual elevation.
The entertainment is given under
tho auspices of tho Unlv6rslty Dra
matic Club, and those in charge urge
every student who can to be present
at- one of the moBt pleasing entertain
ments of the season, The' regular price
of seats; is $1, but .a special rate of 5Q
cents has been made' to students.
RHODES EXAMINATION TUESDAY.
Seven Men Take Tests for Oxford Uni
Seven Nebraska students yesterday
took the first day'a teats for examina
tion preparatory to tho ward of the
Rhodes Oxford scholarship for 'Ne
braska. The examinations wero con
ducted by Professors Swingle and
Sanford of Cotner and Wesley an uni
versities. Tho tests will bo contin
The students examined wero: D. It.
ArUold, Doane; R. S. Moseloy, Univer
sity of Nebraska; I. E. Johnston, Grand
Island College; W. F. Raney, Hastings
College; C. G. Miles, Cotner Univer
sity; E. R. Spaulding, University of
Nebraska, and A. C. Munger,-University
LATIN CLUB RESOLUTIONS.
Student Organization Offers Tribute
to Deceased Member.
Whereas we, tho members of tho
Latin Club, have sustained the Iobs of
Myra Lillian TCerhs, one of our most
earnest members, be it
Resolved, that wo heartily appreci
ate her faithful work and her sincere
character, which has shown Itself lri
all her school work.
Resolved, that we hereby extend our
deepest sympathy tP her parents and
relatives In their, great sorrow.
Resolved, that these resolutions bo
entered on the records of the Latin
Club and a copy bf.the same sent to
the family of our "deceased member.
MABELLE RAE McVEIGH, Pres.
ALFREDA POWELL, Secy.
bberlehre'r Dr. Kiepert, trom the
OberrealBchule at Berlin, Germany, 1b
at the University of Chicago, with the
dual purpobe 6f making study of
American o'ducatlonal InstUutidhs and
of glylngashorlcohrse of Instruc
tion i5r. Kiepert has come to the
United States for an eight-months'
stay at-the behest8 of the Cariieglo
Foundation, which arranges for an
Amorjcan teacher to;glve-intsructlon
in one of the German schools of equal
rank In exchange. While at the Uni
versity rdi .ChlcagorDh' Kiepert will
teach In the school of education and
in the university nigh school.
A Nebraska Man Who Played a Steady
Game; Opening 'Hqles Through ..
the Gopher Line at Every
TRYbliTS FfiR OEMTIHo
TWENTY-EIGHT MEN 8EEK PLACE
IN RHETORIC 22.
WW IE DIVIDED INTO TWO SECTIONS
Fourteen of the Contestants Will
Speak In the Afternoon at 4 and
the "Same i Nujfib'er at :15
In the Evening.
The try-outB to be held this, after
noon 'and evening for the places on
tho intercollegiate debating squad
promise to be bettor than anything of
tho kind held .at$Nebraska for many
yoars. Twontyight aspirants for
places bn thb squad will hold forth
their views on the question of an in
come tax and from, tho impromptu de
bating bblng "held on tho campufTlt Is
believed that some keen speciniens of
argumentation will be produced at the
Tho afternoon preliminary will be
held at four o'clock In University Hall
10G, at which time fourteen of the con
testants will speak. The evening pre
liminaries will open at 7:15 o'clock In'
Memorial Hall and tho remaining four
teen men will speak. Tho difficulty
in securing the desired judges at any
other time caused the division of the
squad into afternoon and evening sec
Income Tax Question.
Tho question to be discussed at the
preliminaries is the one chosen by tho
debating league bf which Nebraska Is
a member, Stated fully, the question
reads: "Resolyedj that a graduated in
come tax with, an exemption of Incomes
below f 5,000 per annum, would be a
desirable modification ot the system of,
i The men choflecutonlght will ijecome
members of the university debating
u,20 &4. M.
Bquad from which the debaters to
meet Minnesota and Iowa will bo
choson. As Boon as they are chosori
the members of the squad, or Rhetoric
22, will bogin tho work of the year
under Professor M. M. Fogg,
Tho debates held this aftornobn and
this evening are open to the public.
The Judges who have boen chbBon for
tho try-outs aro ris follows: Dean Wil
liam C. Hastings of tho college of law;
Professor George Elliott Howard,
head, professor of political science and
sociology, and Profossor W. G. 'L.
Taylor, head profesBor of political
economy add commerce.
Debates Dec. 10.
Thb intercollegiate debates will he
held this year December If). Nebraska'
will debate with Minnesota tit Lincoln
and with Iowa at Ibwa City. This Is
the fourth year of the debating league
and Will compote the cycle bf dbbates
between the four schodls, Iowa, Min
nesota, Wisconsin and Nebraska, com
prising the league. Last year Nebras
ka defeated Illinois at Lincoln by a
unnnluiauB votb of the judges. At
Wisconsin she was defeated.
Tlio members of the team who will
bo picked tonight after the close bf
tho debate will be announced tomor
row morning In the Dally Nebraskah.
The Bpoakers participating in thb con
J. T. Votava, 1911, Edholf, Aff.
H. F. Wundor, 1010, Lincoln, Aff.
J. L. Rice, 1910, McCook, Aff.
P. J. Halldorson, 1910, Lincoln, AfL
B, M. Chorrington, 1911, Omaha, Aff.
C. L. Clark, 1912, Llncbln, Aff.
iJ. C. MarcellUs, 19il, Llncbln, Aff.
E. H.. Hahh, loll, Beatrice, Aff.
E. P. Snyder, 1913, Council Bluffs,
E. W. Marcellus, Gr., Lincoln, Neg.
R. M. Moseley, 1910, Lincoln, Nog.
E. Hi Rold, 1911, Wycoto, Wyd.j Neg.
A, W. Warren, 1911, Superior, Neg
C. L. Reih, 1913, Loup City, Neg.
H. C. Hathaway, 1910, Lincoln, Aff.
A. M. Oberfeldor, 1911, Sidney, Aff.
C. R. Maim, 191.3, Ord, Aff.
K. P. Frederick, 1911, Sutton, Aff.
R. M. Garrett, 1912, Madison,- Aff.
S. P. Dobbs, 1909, 1911, Beatrice, Aff.
H. E. English, 1913, Lincoln, Aff.
J. E. Lawrence, 1911, tiejltrlce, Aff.
F. C. McGontieil, 1913, 6maha, Neg.
C, N. Foster, 1911, sWifng, Neg.
H. W. Potter, 1910, Omaha; Neg.
W, T. Wovington, jL9lfyf Chadroh,
D. M. Rogers, 112, Randolph, Neg,
Cij A. Emery 1911; Lincoln, Nog;
. Baked tieahs, haked, on the premises
ahd served, iiot wltii" QollIous brown
bread, 10c, at The Boston Lunch.
hlillih it- nr nrtrirp in
nnn ur inc nuow id
NOW Oil IN UNIVERSITY
Y. W. C, A, GIRLS START fcOOM
FOR 300 NEW MEMBERS.
TO MAKE NEBRASKA BIGGEST BUNCH
If Campaign Is successful, University
of Nebraska Will Have Larg-.
est Association In the
Tho War of tho Rosos Ib on. Led
by Comraandor-in-Ghlef BoUlah Jen
nings, tho Y. W. C. A. 'has begun, a
campaign for 300 now mombors. Thoy
mUst havo them by NdVorabor 2, whon
tho contest closes, 'two teams havo
boen solocted to fight for tho honor of
gaining tho most mombers In tho given
tlmo. One side has chosen tho red
rose as its insignia and tho other sldo
tho whlto rose. Each wilt battle des
perately to Win victory.
Tho campaign was started last night
When a council of War was hold at tho
room In tho Temple. Tho cabltiot
girls entertained tho teams and thbir
officers and a pleasant evehlbg was
spent laying plans and discuVsihg
methods of attack. Tho tlmo allowed
to got the 300 members is only two
two weeks, At the end tho losing
team has promised to entertain the
winners at a feed in the Temple.
The Two Armies. ' . .f
The two1 armies and their officers
are as follows: Commander-in-Chief,
Beulah Joiinings. General for the red
sldo, Beaulah Radon first lieutenant,
Ataahda Cletheqt; second lieutenant,
Vera, Barger; third, lieutenant. Stolla
HfirdyX prifatts, kity Ih.smkK;' Bo;
colla Stenger, Thankful 8paui5lng(
Mabel McVey, Hattle Rblllngs ahd
Eleanor Mitchell. General for tho
white sldo, Janet Cameron; first lieu
tenant, Kathbrino Hole; second lieu
tenant, Florence Davis; third libUton-ant-
Bdrtha LUckey: privdtbs, Fay bs
torhaut. Arma Williams, Noll Draice,
tirbta Bills, Annie Fry and Alhia
The numbers secured will bo posted
for both sides each morning at tho
Y. W. C. A. rooms ahd at tho library.
Nebrdska nbW ranks With MlnubSbttt
and Berkeley universities at the toad
of college associations, it thb ybuhfjf
ladles are successful in their campaign
thby will havo without doUbt tho larg
est college association in the United
It is hoped that every y6urtg(ldy m
the university will take ati interest in
this contest and boost for the associa
tion whether a hieTntier or not Any
one secilrltig a member caii klvb tho
card Id one of the teams and it' will
coilht A great deal of hard work will
bo necessary on accbuh't bf the StiBrt
titrio of ttie "cbntdst. l ' '
Hugh Wilson, '97', formerly a resi
dent of Lincoln, has loft Sallda, Colo.,
where he was, for( two or three years
assistant superintendent of the second
division' of the penyer & Rio tGrandej
to take a railroad position at Sausa
lito, Cal. Recently the employes bf
Mr; Wilson's, department , In Colorado,
especially conductors, and trainmen,
who held .Mr, Wilson in such high,
esteem, made up a purse and bought,
a handsome, watch for him and sent
Inc the hope, that he would, reach, the
highest position .In his profession.,. Mr
Wilson left, school in Lincoln to b
gin work at the bottom., He started
as a section hand on the Burlington
road in the Black Hills, and after ob
. . . 7. ,..j ,,-J , , v ., ..
taming prompuon Dognma i yvjouu
superinienaent oi me wiBBoun ryj;
White Ilver line and later enterd,tfia
His home was at, Normal, a suDuro or
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