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THE PAILX, NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nefyaskan
UNIVERSITY QF "ftjBBRABKA,
1 I.lrws'omv. Nobraak. iS
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THURSDAY, OCT0DBR 28, 1909.
Tho Japtinc'so studont who protested
against tho lack of cleanliness at tho
Illinois university' gymnasium may not
,havo boon an English scholar, but ho
had Bomo good idoaB Juttf, th6 same.
It is a good thing for Iowa to como
Evor stop and think about tho monoy yon spent on your .shoos.? I toll shoe's bo choap-MtPwill;
mako yonr mouth wator all tho now lasts colors and quality that has thom all Bklnod
my prlco Ib about $1.00 to $2.00 bottor than tho man who lives in. tho, holdup district You
should mako It your BUSINESS to soo that I got your shoo BUSINESS- BUDB- LIDS '$2.G0
over 'to Lincoln onoo in' a while. Sho
learns something every timo. This
year sho discovered that Nobraska is
maintaining a training tablo In alleged
direct opposition to tho rules of tho
Missouri Valley conference. Probably
anothor trip would servo to acquaint
tho Hawkoyos with tho fact that tho
proposed legislation, which thoy say
prohibited tho tablo, never passed tho
conforonc6f"by tho required two-thlrdB
majortfy?.n All of which ; Is a matter
of hialoryMfr'NoWaBkanB, but appar
ently" Wwa tasfllVl ' lri Ignoranco.
. K ?n.it. N'a t . flu .
. '. '.NO IVJINNE80Ta GAME.
Minnesota football. dopastert)ip!ro
claim tho fact that tho .Qopfiers' un
wIlllngnoBa to play Nebraska next
year! According to tho published
stories tho Minnesota students don't
llko to have their playors and tholr
glory damaged In a game which, after
. all, does not count in determining tho
This attitude on tho part of Minne
sota" fs not now. There have bedn an
nual murmurs in tho Gopher camp
agalnBt tho'advlsability of sending tho
pupils of Dr. Williams against thd'Ne-
braska lino. It Is true that Minnesota
frequently -does And a good proportion
of her players In bad shapofor a hard
ganiti after the ConhuBkor contest.
Undoubtedly her pride Is somewhat'
hurt also by tho lack of a bettor show
ing against tho Nobraskans, for in
variably the Scarlot and Creams plays
a bottor game than tho Minneapolis
But as to calling off tho game, It
seems hardly llkoly that Minnesota
will feel constrained to that expedi
ent. For ono thing, it would floem
too much llko getting out of tho way
of a troubloBomo rival. But If tho
Gophers do., fall to contract for further
contests, it is not probable , that Man
ager Eager, will, bo seriously pmbar
massed to find a .strong, team to take
. their place.
&,'Whqfiaid "Chfcago"? t
fAnd now It 1s the Cornhuskor board
tffeditors who come forward with tho
iannoHBcement of a further separation
ofittieurilyorsity into its component
college.?Accordlng. to recent an-
) h& "Xfir vrfi- $ If t7
n'ouncemcntB concerning tho lfllO
prnhusker, tho "dopartmontal idea,
carried out to a certain extent last
year, will bo much'.el'abjecl 'jp.Rr
years annual." . .,,..,, . , , v, ;
x This policy of division xifrttho-unA-fr.orBity
intorosts into their'itfBtfcotlvo
6"6partmonts has boongradyyrqw-
mg in favor witn uornhuifor, manag
xa since tho lBsutnof throfttBt'jbook
fn 1907. It has also bfeoWadVritfcing
In other activities. Ononbw' hdars a
Brent deal moro abqut, tho- .soparato
colleges as distinct orgahizationsthan
wns tho case a few yeat'ago. This ori
that college is now accredited with
dbing thingB which a short while ago
Would have been ascribed to the "Uni
versity of Nebraska."
It is probably but a natural growth
that tho different colleges should wJsh
a diBtinctivo representation in tho
CdrnhiiBker -as. well jiBrln.. othor.atiiTj
dont activities.- But- U--would.-aoom4
that an effort should bo made in ovory
liqe Co emphasize tho- university moro
and the colleges less. The Qornhusker
is a publication "of tho uppor classes
of tho University of Nobraska," not
of the upper classes of tho soven col
leges of tho university. In it tho "Ne
braska spirit" should, bo given a su
premo placo and It would appear that
this could best be don.e by making tho
annual a single book representative of
tho whole university rather than a col
lection of six or seven books under
Lot the departments havp tholr in
dividual representation, but lot us not
baso. tho organization of tho , whole
book upon .these departmental differ
ences. A NEW COACH.
The selection .of I. P. Hewitt as
coach of the-NebraBka basktbll team
for 1909-10 will meet Vlth the ap
proval of a majority of, tho, students.
Mr. HewUt is a thoroughly trained
athlete and. he knows basketball from
A to Z.. . He is a. man who commands
tho respect of hia fellow. men, and un
der his direction tho Cornliuakor flvo
this year should bo an exceptionally
Tno retirement of Dr..Clapp in fayor
ot ,M,r. Hewitt ntuji;a:.8mpl'y another
stop in tho growth of Cornhuskor ath
letics. The tlnje is coming, !ancj com
ing soon, wnen eaci) branch of No
bAska athletics "will have a BpeclallBt
of ability in tho coaching, position. As
long as It was possible to get along
with ono man in tho triple position of
gymnasium instructor, track coach,
and basketball coa,ch,. Nebraska could
bo satisfied with the excellent work
of Dr. Clapp.
But. tho growth of all three ot these
departments domands a aqparatjon ' of
tho work Jnyolyed In Instruction. It
is well, therefore, that Dr. CJapp re
tires from tho basketball situation and
that Mr. Howjtt takes up tho task.
Tho commltteo on BjLu.dqnt dolln
quepcy ,1s experiencing some dlfflpulty
in obtaining rpsponses to its nqtices
demanding thq attendance of certain
students at tho doan's offjeo In tho Ad-,
ministration bulging. f It seoms'tha(
there are some registered, students in
the university who not only fail to at
tend classes for which Ufey aro en
rolled, t but who fall also to offer rea
sons for their non-attendance.-
v. l iu
irr .7? ''
''It BooinB strangiS that such a diffli
culty should cdnfro'nt th'6 delinquency
commlttco. It would appear that a
btifaont in Yh', university would 'havo
agrqater fund of common sense than.
.$eoms to, bo posseBsed by those who
thUB willfully disregard authority. Th.
delinquency committee has full power
to suspend, ' any student who falls' to
regard i,tfl injunctions. It' is purely a
mattor ot solf-safoty for a studont to
obey tho requostB of tho committee;
fhat helng so, it 1b indeed strangp
that tho present situation should arise.
A fow susponsions will probably bring
ubdut a chango in tho attitudo of tho
L. J. Popperberg, 1909, was married
last week in Lincoln 'to Miss Racheal
CarneB, former head of tho dramatic
schools. -Mr. Pepporberg Is -connected
with tho Unltod States geological sur
voy, loading a party In tho west last
summer Deanr Winchester -wajian.
wook. tiiiB who is a rormer university
lady wJio UyeaiinfnOoln. Mr:;
chestor)lB also with 'JthVu. S:'GF.v1g'.
Dohcpuples will reside, n. Washlng
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28, Thursday, 7:30 p. m., U106 Corn-
huBkor staff meets.
28, Thursday, 11 a. 'm Convocation.
Violin recital by Mt'b. Silence
Dales-Kna'pp:- Arcompaniod uv
Miss Zumwlnkol. . - .
28, Thursdayr .11:30 a. m.-rFreshraan
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28, Thursday, 8 n. m 'MuBlc Room,
Temple Swedish Club moots
28, Thursday, 11 a. m U106 Senior
. play cbmmlttee.
28, Thursday, 7:30 p. m., U10G Sonlor
prom committee meets.
29, Friday, 7 p. m.,'Epw'orth Park-
union Literary Society Hallowe'en
.festival. - .
30, Saturday Senlor breakfast, 7 a. m.
30,vSaturday, 3 p, m., Nobraska Field
Foolhall, NobraBka vs. Doano Col
logo. 30, Saturday, 7:30. p. m. Students'
30, Saturday, 8 p. ra Temple Stu
dents' Agricultural Club.
2, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., N2 Forestry
3, Wednesday Nobraska Teachers'
Association opens annual conven
Q, Saturday, 3 p. m. Nebraska Field
Football, Nobraska vs. iCansas.
IT, Thursday, 8 p. ni. Dramatic Club
12,4 Friday, Fatornlty Hall Junior hop.
20, . Saturday Denver University vs.
Nebraska, at Denver.
24, Wednesday, 6 p. m. Thanksgiving
f" recess begins.
25r Thursday, NobraBka Field Haskoll
. Indians Yfl.,(Nebraska.
30, Tuesday, 8 a. m; Thanksgiving ro
cessrends. " ' ' , "
JO, Friday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
-: Nebraska-Minnesota debate. "'In
come Tax Question."
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