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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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BATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1909.
Tho beginning of actlvo political of
fort on tho part of tho republican
club rccallB tho stronuouB days of
ono year ago, whon throo or four ral
Hob woro hold each woek In tho In
toroBt of ono or another of tho load
ing partloB. The university waB
unlquoly favored at that tlmo by tho
proBonco within a few dayB of both
of tho principal presidential candi
dates. This fall tho lack of well
doflncd Ibbuos and tho Insistence of
ono party that tho campaign bo con-
Y. M. a A.
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St. Taul Church
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Whoro 1b our much vaunted "Ne
braska spirit" that such a call can be
made with such results. Whon tho
athletic board aBked for two hundred
students It was not Joking. It wanted
tho men for work and tho manner In
which tho call was mado should have
convinced tho student body of tho
sincerity bohlnd tho request.
Two hundred wanted; scarcely
moro than thirty out! T"hat Is Indeed
a sad commentary on the boastod
Nebraska has a football team that
is working hard for tho buccobh of tho
Scarlot and Cream. Its members get
out dally and suffer inconveniences
and oven injury that tho glory of tho
Nebraska colors may be maintained.
But whon tho studonts aro asked
morely to submit a temporary incon
venience for nn hour on a slnglo
afternoon, they fall utterly to show
It Is a pity that tho sacrifice of the
athletic board and of tho team should
meet with such a roturn. Let's not
lot it happen again.
A BATTLE ROYAL.
Nebraska rootors should not attend
tho gamo today oxpocting an easy
victory. Neither should they go out
IN8PECT FRATERNITY CONDITION
Minnesota Committee Returns from
Visits In Western Universities.
Minnesota's interfraternlty Council
committee has returned from its trip
to neighboring colleges and will make
its roport to tho Board of Regents
soon. Tho committee, consisting of
William W. Norton, chairman; J. Rus
soil Smith and Professor B. B. Nichol
son, visited Madison, Ann Arbor, Chi
cago, Lincoln, and Ames. It was sent
Oct. Gth, tho amount of its expenses
bolng appropriated by tho regents, In
order to study fraternity conditions
and regulations at colleges of tho mid
At Wisconsin University they found
no regulations, oxcopt socially, con
corning tho number of parties, which
woro mado by tho faculty. At Ann
Arbor, the Palladium, an organiza
tions of tho nine oldest fraternitlqs,
has run tho social affairs, but of late
has loBt considerable of Its strength.
However, It has got tho fraternities
togothor on tho "no-treat system"
which it has established.
Things are up In the air decidedly at
Chicago University. All winds of
rules and regulations havo been tried
but havo failed signally. Absolute
WHAT'S THE USE IN A FELLOW
Running around with his toes sticking out of his shoes when Budd is in town
with shoes so cheap it would make your head swim my $3.50 shoes are the $4.00
and $4.50 kind my $2.50 shoes are the $3.50 kind. DOLLAR OFF BUDD.
ALL BUDD HATS $2.50 WHY PAY MORE?
ducted along non-partisan lines have
caused a dearth of oxcltomont. But
thoro 1b yet tlmo for tho fun.
Throo fraternities will "cut" supper
at tho chapter houBO tonight in order
that tho Y. M. C. A. Buppor may reap
tho henoflt. While not seeking to
doprociato hq loyal spirit which un
doubtedly prompted tho cessation of
tablo hostilities, the Nebraskan can
not but BUggoBt that perhaps tho
change la as much welcomed by tho
Greeks as Is their coin bj the Y. M.
THE AGRICULTURAL CLUB.
Tho opening of tho winter series of
Agricultural Club motlngB, which be
gan in tho Temple last week, marked
tho inauguration of now activity In a
Agricultural education all ovor tho
country has been making remarkable
progress during tho past few years.
Bverywbero continuod enlargement of
facilities, of curricula, and of enroll
ment is noted. Nebraska is no excep
tion to tho rulo. Tho classes at tho
stato farm havo been constantly in
creasing in numbers and with their
increase additional and bottor equip
ment has been continually added to
tho resources of the college
Until the past year, howevor, there
had been' no society within which
mpmbors pf tho college could meet
together on a footing different from
tho class room and yet where they
wero bound by the common Interest
of like ambition and similar training.
The Agricultural Club fills just that
need. At Its meetings men from tha
agricultural college may got acquaint
ed "With each other as they never
would without such a society.
LOYAL 8TU DENTS.
Two hundred men were requested
by tho athletic management to help
clear the new athlptlo field of small
i, dejjrls Jaat Thursday afternoon. Loss
. v than forty responded. Where wero
tAtho rest?, .
to tho now Nebraska Hold anticipat
ing a defeat. The probability is that
Nobraska will win from tho Iowa
pupils of Coach Qrlfllth, but tho Corn
huskorB will not havo a cinch on tho
contest by any means.
From all Indications tho battlo will
bo a fight to the finish and the now
Nobraska field will bo dedicated with
a fitting gridiron strugglo. Spectators
at tho gamo will see a hard contest
and they Bhould go prepared to sup
port tho team with good rooting.
They havo dono well in the past
games of this season and there is no
reason why they should not so continue.
With tho dedication today of a now
athlotic field, Nebraska athletics enter
upon a now era.
Por years past tho welfare of all
Cornhuskor teams-has been threat
onod by tho constant danger of tho
loss of tho necossary grounds for
practlco and for contests. Two years
ago tho loss was made certain by tho
decision of tho regents to build tho
new engineering building on the site
of tho old field. Ono year ago tho
university was forced to got along
without any field whatsoever save
such as could be rented In other
parts of tho city. This Inconvenience
resulted less seriously than those con
nected with tho athletic situation had
supposed, but their work was never
theless seriously embarrassed.
With tho beginning of the present
calendar year, the attempt to secure
a new flold finally took definite form.
Arrangements wore mado through the
regents and finally with the aid of
Lincoln citizens for tho purchase of
tho necessary land north of tho pres
ent campus. This purchase was com
pleted during the past summer and
since that tlmo the work of prepar
ing tho field for games has been under
Today tho new gridiron Is to bo ded
icated. Let It bb fittingly dono with
a largo attendance of wearers of tho
Scarlet and Cream.
faculty ruling is In force at Ames.
At Nebraska conditions aro vory
different from those hero at Minne
sota. An Intor-fratornlty council, con
sisting of an alumnus and a junior
or senior, from tho active chapter of
oach society, makes rules and regu
lates all fraternity affairs.
It is hoped by tho committee that a
satisfactory arrangement may bo mado
at Minnesota through the efforts of the
Charles T. Knapp, '04, is one of the
democratic nominees for the ofllco of
regent of the University of Nobraska.
Mr. Knapp lives in Lincoln, and has
been very successful In tho real estate
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