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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1909)
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j' Business Directory Every loyal
jJnlWslty student is urged to patron'
W'thoso NoWaskan advortlBorfl, and
Jo mention tho Nobraskan whllo do
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CLEANERS f . ,.,WJMl
J, O Wobd '& Co. , '
Joo, Tnb Tailor.
Magoo & Doomor
Palace Clothing. Co.
Spoior So Simon
Armstrong Clothltfg Co.
LlhcoTh 'Candy Kltcbon
j. R. Davis. ' -i '
dry tioobs 1u
aftlfor & Pa'lno 4w.
Rtodgo & 'Gu'enzol
ENGRAVERS f . H
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"FLORISTS ' ' i
C. H. FVoy
Froy & Froy
Mageo & Doomor
Mayor Bros. i
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo ft Gupnzel
Spelor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
ArmstVoti'g Clothing C6.
Ma'geb & Doomor
Palace 'Clothing Co.
Ruclgo & GVfonzel
Franklin Ice Cream Co.
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Y. ;M. C. A. Spa
'GoodyoW Raincoat Co.
Rogers & Perkins
Miller & Paine
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Underwood Typewriter Co.
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yf. it!li i.l'HJilnt'.',
Contlr.n id from Pago 1
an'i probalilV in ttbo west. '
"''King" Colo oatorday starlpd prop
arktloi fbr whtit will rirdbabiy bo the
Kreito'st fbotb'all battlb.ln tho eotafbr
oncb tlils Beks'oi, and tho.toam that
mooV' ka,nf?as , pfi KoV'cfti. 0 wjll
havo.aMiu'ch stronger ottbnso than It
Kansas Is fully as strong as last
year and during th'6 Jioxt two weokB
will point fAr the; Cohflusker game, the
first of Its feo-callbd "big games."
Coach (Konpedy, has Jat -least twp ,men
for aft filS places to'd tor feom'b faf
thorn ho has three players. Reports
from thri isrflnVnn hfh rrionhavo been in
lhdlcafo that hb has about Iwonty-flvo
players o' flrst class varsity caliber.
This being tho case, bo if bring to
Lincoln a squad that will permit him
ftd keep a fresh dloven 'on tho grid
iron in both halves.
Romoinbor that Nobraska has fow
substitutes hnd thqn try to "dopo" out
what will occur at Nebraska Hold on
November 6, when tho elovens from
Nebraska and Kansas meet in their
UW8 CANNOT VOTE HI
8ENIOR ACADEMICS TAKING FIRST
YEAR LAW NOT IN IT.
SOPHS WM MttT THIS MOftNlHO
Powers and Pomerene Will Be Candi
dates for the Presidency at Ad
journed Meeting No Bat
By a ruling of tho chancellor and
registrar lssuod last evening, sonlor
acadomlcB who' aro taking freshman
law work cannot by roason of their
rank as freshman laws participate In
sophomore academic class elections.
Straight freshman laws who aro not
included In any of tho rogular
academic olasBos can vote In tho
This decision on the part of the uni
versity administration comes as a re
sult of tho troublo which has boon
experienced last sbmostor and this
over tho attempts of tho laws to con
trol academic elections. It has been
an acknowledged right of straight
freshmen laws for many years to voto
as sophomoro academics, they holding
this right In viow of tholr graduation
at the samo tlmo as the academic sec
ond yoar men.
It was only last yoar, however, that
Benlor acadomlcs, taking six-year law
courses, endeavored by tholr technical
standing as freshman laws to secure a 1
volco in tho sophomoro elections. In
doing UiIb they voted In two classes
in tho samo college and this caused '
the opposition which resulted In tho
In Effect Today.
Tho ruling "prohibiting tho seniors
from taking part in tho election goes
into offect immediately. Consequently
seniors will bo barred from tho soph
omoro election this mornlnc at which
j Joe Pomerene of Lincoln and Waltor.
Powers of Ponca aro candidates for
the prosldoncy of tho clasB.
Special precautions are bolng taken
to prevent a repetition of tho ballot
stuffing which caused the election of
last Tuesday to bo declared void. An
arrangement has boon made whereby
numbered ballots with careful Identi
fication marks will do distributed to
sophomores as thoy enter tho door.
These will bo deposited in a ballot
box as tho voters leave the hall.
The rumor that a coalition had been
effected 'whorboy Pomerene was to re
tiro today in favor df W. B. Mo teal f,
another freshman law who would
come out as a "dark horso," was pro
nounced by Pomerene to-be absolutely
raise. "You can have my word tor It
that I khow nothing of it," said Pohv
.proge io a representative or tno uaiiy
Nebraskdn. "I mean to stay in this
light to tile finish."
Authoritative Statement. '
The statement of the administration
"Each year In holding class elec
tions the question of eligibility arises
by reason of the students of a given
year or class being reglsfcbrcd' in sep-
arete colleges, aibo, it is impossiDio
for one siudont to mWjfy himself with
two colleges. m
"Each year "attempts 'have' been
made to settlo tho Question temporar
ily with tho hopo that tho dctormina-
tlon will grow into a precedent. As
yet no definite plan has taken perma
nent form. As a result, dissatisfac
tion, in a greatoV on less degree hak
f ollowedT somV class 'oloctionS.
"This current year it was oVldbncdd
aftor the sophomore class election
hold on Tuesday, October 19, when Il
legal voting was practiced, wTilch add
ed to tho dissatisfaction. Tho univer
sity authorities wore consul tbd .with lk
viow to doterlinlillng thosb eligible to
vote and to proposo somo plan thai
would preclude, "ballotrstufllng." The
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uuiuoruiuH uo not wibu a uiuiuio w
the students In a class election which
should properly bb under tnoir control
s6 long as no serious 'difficulty arises.
Suggestion is thoreforo made that the
presidents of the senior, junior, sopho
more and freshman classes in all col
leges meet to formulate somo rules
that would bo fair to all during the
current year and later. At this moot
ing the registrar Bhould be present In
prder.that points touching upon all
complicated registration's may be cov
ered. "Any rules so formed could apply
only to elections !to bo hold after date
"To moot the difficulty at the post
poned Bophorford election to bo held
at 11:30 this morning in Memorial
Hall special ballots have boon pre
pared in tho registrar's office which
will alsb servo as admission tickets.
These are numbored consecutively
and will be givon out at tho door, thus
provontlng a greater total voto than
tho number of persons present.
"At this election only sophomores in
the colleges of arts and sciences, teach
brB, engineering, agriculture, second,
year students in tho college of medi
cine, and first year students in tho col
lego of law will bo permitted to bo
present to voto. This excludes senior
academic students registered also as
first year law Btudonts, who, If permit
ted to vote would have Idontity In two
classes of ono college sophomoro and
sonlor In arts and sciences which, of
course, Is not to bo doslrcd.
"Other first yoar law students
should properly voto In a general
sophomoro class election, since thoy
graduate with sophomores in tho gen
eral and technical courses of study.
"Furthermore, aftor September 1,
1911, a preliminary yoar of college
study will bo required to enter upon
the flrst year of law work. This makes
law a four-year courso and placeB It
on tho same basis as other first
Y. W. C. A. NOTE8.
Campaign for Members Progressing
Well Noon Meetings Are
Tho Y. W. C. A. has received a new
mission desk and chair as gifts from
tho P. B. O.'s. Thoy fill a much
needed want and tho girls are much
ploased with them.
Hereafter thero will be no rogular
Sunday afternoon meetings. Ono
meetings will be hold oach Sunday,
and it will be In tho nature of a uni
tTho campaign for now mombors is
on in full force. Tho followers of tho
chariot have pledged 39 and those of
tho white 17 to date. It Is thought
that a great many plodges aro being
held baek to be used as BurpriBes.
Bulletin for noon meetings this
Tuesday Pay Hartley, leader.
Wednesday Mary Herbert, leader.
Thursday Irenb Daltbn, leader.
Frlady Dr. Barbe'b, leader.
The Friday meeting will bo a very
8TUDENT8' DEBATING CLUB.
brganliatlbn Held Meeting Saturday
Night and Had Debate.
The Students' Debating Club mot
last Saturday evbning. The session
was 'a successful bile; nd especial in
ierest was taken in the parliamentary
scrap.jWhlch always .precedes the regu
lar debate. The question to be de
bated at next Saturday's1 meeting is,
"Resolved, that united States sena
tors sjiquld jie el'pctefy byt direct
vote pi tne people." AicL.augnnn ana
Slaughter will havo the affirmative
. . ll'f s.-i. I iitr;c
hhtl Moore and Roberta the negative.
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FACULTY CLUB HOLDS
A HP AT
CHANCELLOR TELLS OF INAUGU.
RATION OF LdWELL.
WAs hie rtest AtfAiR of hie year
Custom of Holding Faculty Dinners to
Promote Better Acquaintance
of Prbfesiors Will Be
The first of the faculty dinners for
this semester was held in the Lincoln
hotel last evening, about sivty mem
bers of the university faculty being
present. The dinner was moro infor
mal than any before hold. A talk by
Chancellor Avery was the only ad
dress of the evening.
Tho chancellor spoke of the Inau
guration of Dr. Lowell as president of.
harvard University and of tho meet
ing of univerBltyrpfesldent8 which was
hold at tho s'i'me time. Chahcbfodr
Avery was present on bath occasions.
Started Last Year.
Theso faculty dinners wore organ
ized last year and this Is the first
meeting., since the beginning of this,
semester. Tho object of tho dinners
is primarily to promote better ac
quaintance between tho members of
tho faculty. This lack of acquaint
ance among tho members of tho fac
ulty, although almoBt unavoidable so
far, has been felt to hinder thorough
co-operation botweon tho different de
partments and schools of tho univer
sity, and these dinners were devised
With the end of obviating, as much as
posslblo, this difficulty. Tho members
of tho faculty of the university farm
and those of the university have so
far had scarcely any opportunity to
moot bach other, much less to becomo
Tho vory naturo of tho dinners now
romoves all of this isolation. At theso
dinners, to ho held from time to tlmo
during the school year, the mombors
of tho faculty from tho farm are pres
ent and tho Informality of tho affair
gives a splendid opportunity for the
men of the widely soparatod depart
ments to learn something of his co
workers . in the' university.
Tho idea was first put into offoct last
year, whon four of tho faculty dinners
wero hold. Tho second ono was given
In honor of the retiring chancellor, Dr.
Andrbws, and in his honod a number
of tho prominent men of tho Btn,tp
wero present. At tho last dinner of
last semester the wives of tho faculty
members were Invited.
NAME 8ENIOR PROM COMMITTEE'.
President Hoffman Announces Those
In Charge of Big Dance.
President Hoffman of the senior
clasB yesterday announced tho mem
bers of the senior prom commltteo
who will havo charge of the big senior
formal. As previously published Glen
Fordyco Is chairman bf the dance and
Harry Hibbard master of ceremonies.
Tho rest of 'tho commltteo follows:
Joseph Ebprt, Jesse Clark, Robert
Switzler, E. Lantz, S. Huffman, R.
Bailey, F. H. Wundor, H. Aylesworthj
O. OlBon, Anna Beliattl, Ida Myat and
JUNIOR8 PRACt'lCE FOOTBALL.
A Fair-Sized 8quad Is but Working
Hard to .Make a Strong Team and
to -Win the'ChamplonshYp.
The members of the junior class aro
watching with interest the work of the
men who are to represent that class
on the football field this year. About
'sixteen &en have rppdrted for prac-,
tice and these mod have been working
aauy lor tne past wojok. uict uusson
is manager of the .team and haB earn-
est bppes of winning the clasB cham-!
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All candidates ior .lie university
basketball team b rehdy to report fojr
roguiar practjpo ;f ueqay,,flgv
, $; P, PEjUJiy, Capt.
I t.'iil ... . . Trf ,i "t
broad, 10c, at Tne 'Boston Lunch.
DriliX. OVANATlbN ftMft'
A National Society. of Cadet -Officers
May Be Formed Here.
Tho memberst of the rofflccrs' club of
tho cadet battalion of ,the; unlvorsity
cadet battalion met repqn.tly and dis
cussed the plans of forming 'thorasolves
Into a local chHplor"of t&b'ISword ahd
Sabre. This organization IB a national
society composed of tlb commissioned
officer of many. of the military schools
and university cadets. It is highly
probablo that if the commissioned of
ficers of he localcadet battalion deslrp
to enter' tills BoclotV that an iiiVitAtioti
wlli bo immfldiatoly,extended .them to
BOTANY PAMPHLET WRITTEN.
Dr. Betsey Writes a List bf the Vari
ous PUftt Phyla fdr StudSiUs.
A new pamphlet is bolng written, by
Dr. Bessdy for his students in the
botany department. This pamphlet is
a consecutive list of Itno' 'Varlbus ohyla
of the? pUflts. 'The ;iaVn starts w$h ilio
lowest lorms oi piani.iiie ana leaaa up
to tho ifloworing plants aiid the high
est types of these.,
Dr. BeBsey has had such an urgent
demand for a list of this kind In tho
past, and When the demand began
again this year ho immediately draft
ed this pamphlet and has it nearly
ready for publication now.
NUMBER OF TALK8 ON CA8CADE.
Men Who Went to Conference Will
"Echoes from Cascade" is tho title
of an address Vi Vb, :giVon by S. A.
Mahood a't the Vdn'es'day evening
meeting bf ifco.JK. b. A., held in
their rooms in jo.mpie. Tho meet
ing will open at 6: o and closo prompt
ly at 7:30.
A numbpr of other addresses by
men who attended the conference at
Cascado last spring will be given.
These addresses will probably Include
talks by V. S. Culver, Frank' Rolnsch,
C. A. Broderlck, H. L. Bollinger, Q. A.
Potal, W. Forbes, R. E. Rice, H. L.
White, and the secretary, J. L. Der-klnderen.
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