Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1909)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
ETri""1""" 1 -- -r-fr "
The Daily Nebraskan
"V " THE pkoPBUTV OP, .
THE it UNIVERSITY , OP NEBRASKA,
' ' r Lincoln, flebranka.
r5V THE STUDENT PUD. DOAIIP.
Editor .. Vlotop B. Smith
S-nSalno tedltor K. P. Frederick
Aseoolate Editor . . Car' J "f"
Aetoolate Editor T. M. Edgecombe
Assistant Manager .0. C. Klddoo
Circulator......... V. C. HMMil
Assistant Circulator P t. aiurgia
Editorial and Business OJcet
.A8EMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDO.
J , F ostofflcq, Station A,'. Lincoln, Neb. .
SUBSCRIPTION PPICEJ $2.00 PER YEAH
Payable In Advance.
Single Copies, B cents Each.
Telephone: AUto 1888,
' Night Phones Auto 1888 Auto 2883.
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 contfl per Ineortlon
for every flftoon words or fraction thpro
of. Faculty notices and Unlvorslty bul
letins will bladly bo published freo.
Entered at tho postofneo at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
Advertisements for tho want ' ad
column chould bo left at tho business
office basement Administration build
ing betweon 10 a. m., and 12 m., or
between 2 p. m.f and 5 p. m.
Cnah must accomoany all orders for
want ads, at the rate of ten cents for
each fifteen words or fraction there
of, tho first Insertion; three Inser
tlono twonty-Tlvo cents; flvo Inser
tions forty cents.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1909.
00 O 000000000000002
Tlo Bcoros somotlmos monn victory;
riomotlmcB thoy mean defeat. Tho 6 to
0 figure which Nebraska accorded
South Dakota was nothing moro or
leas than a defoat, viewed from tho
standpoint of tho orltlcal dopoator.
But tho Bcoro of last Saturday was
nono tho loss a victory.
. Iowa'B points wore all-mado In tho
flrBt half. Tho groat work of Hyland,
tho Hnwkoyo too- artlBt, In dropping
two field goalB ovor tho poBts, put Ne-
Nebraskan will quote a bit of foot
ball history. It Is this V. C. Hascall,
who wort an "N" In tho Iowa game aB
BUbstltuto quarter, has mlsBed Just ono
football practico In tho past two years.
He has failed oh only one occasion to
don tho moleBklns. In order that ho
might learn moro of tho game and, In
cldentally, that Bomo of tho heavier
varsity players might Improve their
tactics by running over him. It con
duct such as this is not loyalty to the
Scarlot and Cream, .the , NebraBkan
would like to seo a sample of tho ao
tual authentic article.
Hascall has been faithful to the
game throughout IiIb two years of prac
tice. He has worked constantly for
the good of tho squad, well knowing
that his chanco of ovor getting in a
big game was extromoly Blight, When
an unfortunate combination of olrcum-
stances made his prosenco in tho line
up Imperative last Saturday afternoon,
ho wont into tho game and mado tho
best light that ho know how to play.
Undoubtedly Quarterback Hascall
lacks tho natural ability of -a Cooko or
a Bontloy. But Is not tho man who
works faithfully to overcome natural
lacks to bo respected ' tho moro bo
cauBo of that fact?
Tho NobraBHan thlnkB that he is,
VICTOR R08EWATER TO 8PEAK.
Omaha Editor Will Deliver Address at
Charter Day Exercises.
Victor Rosewater, editor of tho Om
aha Bee, will bo tho Bpoakor at tho
Charter Day exorcises, February IB.
Mr. Rosowater was a regent of tho
university in 1896-7 and has been a
spoakor boforo university audiences on
several occasions. His subject for
Charter Day Is not yet announced.
DELINQUENT 8TUDENTS TAKE
Notices to appoar boforo tho Secre
tary of tho Committee on Delinquent
Students, as before any other admin
istrative officer, must forthwith bo
complied with either in person or, in
case of sickness or unavoldablo ab
sence from tho city, by otherwise giv
ing information for non-appearance.
Students not reporting within rea
sonable time (say throo days) after
receiving notlco will be suspended
from the University.
Rule 23 of tho "Rules and Regula
tions Governing Students," copies of
which may bo obtained from tho Reg
istrar, reads, "Whenever a Btudoht Is
dropped from tho University on ac
count of vicious or wanton delinquency
1)1b name is published."
GEO. R. CHATBURN,
Chairman Com. on Del. Students.
S. AVERY, Chancellor.
The Home of Budd Hats--$2.50
New Shipment of Sweater Coats fl 4 J"
All Wool with or without pockets Hr " "
The kind others ask $3.50, my price Why Pay More
$2.50 and $3.50 Shoes that are Dingers
braBka's foes In tho lead long bofore
tho whistle blow. So much of tho
gamo was a real defeat for tho Scar
lot and Cream.
But In v tho socond half, Nebraska,
presumably downcast under tho cloud
of an unfavorable score, plowod down
the field and by straight football tac
tics secured a touchdown. It was this
part of tho work which showed tho
CornhuskorB up for tho roal players
which thoy can bo. With six points
against them, after tho fearful strain
of thlrty-flvo minutes of grinding de
fensive play, Nebraska's warrlorB
wont out upon tho field which had first
soon thorn in .defeat and snatched a
tlo from their sturdy oppononts.
It was good work, and it was worthy
of Nebraska. It Is JuBt the sort of
' work that tho Nebraskan has been
continually instating- tho Cornhuskor
players "wore capable' of accomplishing.
' Thoy are playing the best gamo that
they know. Thoy arq uo laying down
Jn tho face of apparent defeat. In a
. word, thoy are game to the finish.
and it believes that a majority of Ne
braska University students will con
cur in tho opinion. "
Y. M. C. A. 8UPPER.
Chicken Pie Supper Held Saturday
Night a Great Success.
Tile Y. M. C. A. gave tho first
chicken pie supper of tho season in
the basement of St. Paul's church Sat
urday night, and all proclaim it a
Moro than 230 men attendud and
some were turned away.
Tho supper was up to the standard
of excellence of Dr. Palno's foods and
plans are being made to hold several
moro during the season.
J J Lu j SPECIALIST ON
Refitting and All Kinks of Altering
Particular attention to ladies
work and uniforms.
CLEANING and PRESSING
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. . LINCOLN
26, Tuesday, 11:00 a. m. Convocation.
Prof. Dann, "Contsantinople."
E. M. Rutledgo acted as tnastmastor 26, Tuesday, 11:30 a. m., U10G Senior
It is very probable that Nebraska
would havo won tho Iowa gamo had
Bontley been in his usual place at
quarter. It Is just as likely, too, that
the Cornhuskors would have been vic
torious over Minnesota if "Pip" Cooke,
and Chaloupka, and Harvey, and ono
or two other old stars had been a part
of tho Nebraska, team.
Admitted that weakness in the
quarterback position coBt Nebraska tho
Hawkeyo game, what ot it? Are Ne
braska students going to "turn down"
a fellow student because the best game
of which ho waB capable did not come
tip to tho winning standard? That Is
.'a question which is ontlrely portinont
vn .view of some of tho criticisms
which have been made since the Sat
urday game. It is n question which
'Nebraska 'students should stop right
h'ow to answer,. And thoy should an
!,swerttrlghL. 'JustJto help-a fdw doubters In mate-
and the following toasts wore respond'
"Tho Past, Present, and Future,"
S. A. Mahood.
"College Traditions." H. W. Pettor.
'ComradoBhlp," Prof. P. A. Stuff.
"Early Days," Paul P. Clark.
Chancollor Avery 'and Dr. Pnlnq
mado brief impromptu speeches.
Tho Y. M. C. A. quartet, uomposed
of Messrs. Plumb, Wallace, Plumb and
Nesbit, sang several numbers, among
them tho now Nebraska song
SENIOR BREAKFAST SATURClAY.
Fourth Year Feed to Be Held Near
The senior breakfast will bo held
next Saturday morning in tho grovo
one mile south of Coilovo Vlow.
Unique Btunts will bo pulled off, ac
cording to statements of tho commit
tee. The work necessary for the suc
cess of tho attajr was such that Presi
dent Hoffman has appointed additional
members of the committee, which is
now organized as follows:
I 26, Tuesday, 5 p. m., U106 Junior hop
26, Tuesday, 11:30 a. m., Memorial
Hall Sophomore class election.
26, Tuosday, 8:15 p. m., Olivor Thea
ter Song recital by Scottl.
27, Wednesday, 6:50 p. m. Y. M. C. A.
midweek mooting. "Echoes from
Cascade"," by S. A. Mahood.
27, Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. Y. W. C. A.
30, Saturday Senior breakfaBt, 7 a. m.
30, Saturday, 3 p. m., Nebraska Field
Football, Nebraska vs. Doane Col
lege. 30, Saturday, 7:30 p. m. Students'
30, Saturday, 8 p. m., Temple Stu
dents' Agricultural Club.
2, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., N2 Forestry
3, Wednesday Nebraska Teachers'
Association opens annual conven
tion. 6, Saturday, 3 p. ra. Nebraska Field
Football, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
11, Thursday, 8 p. m. Dramatic Club
12, Friday, Faternity Hall Junior hop.
20, Saturday Denver University vb.
Nebraska, at Denver.
24, Wednesday, G,pr m. Thanksgiving
Knows How to
Dress ,You Up -
AN0'$AS: THE FINEST
LINE OF FALL AND
WINTER GOODS' IN
THE CITY. : : : : " :
Chairman, L, E. Morgan; Marie Von
Gdotz, Bertha Nell, Harry Vlllars, Don 25, Thursday, Nebraska Field Haskoll
urajtn, uraco Kimmou, a. la unappon i Indians vs. Nebraska,
and K F. .Warner. 30, Tuesday, 8 a. m. Thanksgiving" re-
Tickets can be secured of any of the cess ends,
'committee at 35 ceritB each. This ' December,
price does not include- carfare. Spo- 10, Friday, '8 p. m., Memorial Hall
'dial 'cars Will leave -Tenth ''and O. NAhrnBkiT.AntVnAnnKn ' rinhntn "in.
ing up thejr; minds In- tho matter the streets at 7 a. m, ' ! I come 'Tak Question'' '
Bell Phone, F2823 J II ST RING UP'
Auto Phone, 7929 J MO " r.
The Goodyear Raincoat Cofs Tailors
1140 O Street
$2.00 Worth of Cleaning and Pressing $1.00
Thoy will get your suit and bring it back in fine shape for only 50c;
or will send you a Club Ticket good for four suits in one month for $1.50.
Wo havo a Now Dry Cloaning Plant to do tho work with.
LADIES' FINE CLOTHES A SPECIALTY '
The Uni. Mandolin and Guitar Club
wants more members. An opportunity will be given everyone
to join a club. Apply to
BYRON W. WAY, University School ol Music, 11th fc R St.
For Your Noon Lunch
STOP AT THE FOLSOM
Just what you want and nerved tho way you llko It.
Students' Trado Appreciated. Auto 23H-B611 50
1307 O St.
Famovs Baritone from the Metropolitan Opera
( 1 4 J
makes the "BELMONT"
15c, 2 for 25c.
Cluett. Peabody & Co., Makers
ARROW CUFFS, 25 coots a pair
IB"" ' 1 111H Alt
t f T r A
The Daily Nebraskan
Two Dollars Per Year
-' . . '.
Powered by Open ONI