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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1909.
ANOTHER ROOTING LEADER.
With tho acnr approach of tho Kan
8(ih game and tho necessity for tho
bcBt rooting that It Is possible to havo
on that occasion, tho Nebraslmn sug
gests that arrangements bo made for
organlzod rooting by tho grand stand.
In tho past several years tho efforts
of tho cheer leaders have been direct
ed solely towards tho bleachers and
tho rooting Bectlon. Tho grand stand
has boon loft to care for Itself and the
result has beon that there has been
very llttlo concorntod cheering from
that side or tho field.
There is no good renson why UiIb
should bo so. The grand stand de
votees may not possoss quite so much
lung power ns their companions across
tho field, but they can mako enough
noise to make an appreciable Hhowlng
at any rate. If they wore only given
a chance they could assist materially
In tho cheering for tho Scarlot and
Cream. Additional rooting loaders for
IF EVER YOU WANT ANY SHOES
Come in and let me show shoes THAT ARE SHOES My $3.50 shoes are the kind
other stores sell at $4.50 and $5.00 my $2.50 shoes are World Beaters It's a shame to
sell them so cheap But I want Volume of Business BUDD HATS ARE RIGHT $2.50
the rosorved Boat sections could bo
easily provided from 'tho ranks of tho
Innocents. Action Bhould bo had at
once, and ofllclent work should bo
done at Saturday's game.
We Must Beat Kansas.
Yes, Indeed, we must. And
as a corollary to that propoal-
tlon, we CAN beat Kansas.
v What Is more to the point, we
WILL beat Kansas. The beat-
Ing Is to be a good sound drub- -fc
blng, and It is to come off at
2:30 Saturday afternoon on Ne-
$ Kansas is coming to Nebras- $
ka fully confident of taking
home the Missouri Valley cham-
plonshlp title. True, reports
from Lawrence are bearish.
But right down in their hearts
the Jayhawkers feel sure of
victory over their northern
foes. They expect a plucky
fight on the part of the Corn-
hunkers, but they do not fear
the result. $
How Is It? Is Kansas to re-
turn to Lawrence still In that
frame of mind? Is Nebraska
to be again humbled by the ad-
herents of Coach Kennedy?
Not much. Nebraska Is go-
Ing to play the game to win.'
$ Her team Intends to win, and
her students rely upon their
representatives to win. $
- further, We are confident, all
-ft rpf us. We believe In our team, .
Cbt us show It by coming out"
vat 11 p'clock this morning and
if- giving- the team a cheering
Mt songajid a word of enthusiasm.
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WELCOME TO THE TEACHER8.
Several hundred teachors of Nebras
ka aro now In Lincoln for the purpose
of attending tho sessions of tho Ne
braska State Teachers' Association.
Theso teachers, representing as they
do tho host educational interests of
tho Htato, are of especial interest to
tho university nnd tho university do
sorves special consideration from
Tho state university Ib merely the
keystone of the educational system of
tho state. It is the climax of a series
of graded schools which range from
the kindergartens to the poHt-graduate
courses of Its own departments. It is
just as much n part of tho organism
ns is any one of the country or city
schools. The mere fact that its af
fairs are administered by a governing
body different from the authority
which rules the rest of the system does
not sever the existing connection. v
During the past twenty yours it has
been tho object of the university ad
ministration, expressed with somewhat
varying force at different times, to get
more cloBoly in touch with the peoplo
of tho state. Constant attempts are
being made to develop a closer union
between the university and tho schools
preparatory to It, and through those
with tho people themselves. That this
effort hns not been for naught is
shown by the continual increase in the
number of high school pupils who an
nually come to the university.
From the fact of this connection be
tween the lower schools and tho uni
versity, the teachers of the state
should feel a special Interest in the
university and during their stay in
Lincoln they should make an effort to
become more thoroughly acquainted
with Its metnodB and its people. Many
of thorn are alumni and consequently
need no urging. TheBo alumni Bhould
endeavor to havo their fellow teachers
take advantago of tho occasion to In
spect tho unverslty.
On Ub part tho university extends
a welcome to the teachers and, opens
Its gateB to them freely. They shouhf
feel that It Is the intention of the uni
versity to extend to them every cour
tesy that can be offered. During their
stay In Lincoln thoy Bhould mako
themselves at home on the university
COMMITTEES TOO LARGE.
There has been a noticeable ten
dency during the current semester to
appoint an excessive number of stu
dents to each of tho various class com
mittees, especially the hop committees.
While caro should be exercised that a
Bufllclent number be appointed to In
Buro tho social and financial success of
tho varlouB class affairs, yet there Is
an upper limit beyond which further
appoIntmontB appear foollBh. When a
man is elected president of his class,
he naturally desires to reward Ills
friends, but ho had better find some
other way to do It than pack the hop
committees. It Is safe to say that half
tho committeemen on a committee of
over bIx or Beven aro nil, so far as
work is concerned. But thoy got com
plimentary admissions just thoJsamo,
and thereby make It ati the harder for
Ltho chairman to "pay put." A little.
moro care In picking ofllclent and
smaller committees would obviate
XT. . C
AT THE THEATER8.
"Tho Dutch In Egypt" Is tho laugh
raiser at the Orpheum. Tho exagger
ated presentation of tho parts by tho
Dutchman on tho bill Is comical and
tho Jokes are largely new. But, even
including tho very fow old ones, the
cracks are funny ones and well calcu
lated to get a smllo from tho soberest
With "Tho Dutch" as the leading
comedians, Miss Dolores and her
assistants head tho dramatic part of
tho program. "Cupid at Home" Is the
title of a unique llttlo comedy in which
Miss Doloros Btnrs. The playet is not
provocative of such boisterous enjoy
ment ns tho Dutchmen's trip, but It is
full of good amusement.
Alburtus and Altus fill out tho
Juggling part of tho program. The
Fox and Foxio circus, and Miss Ad
ler'B dancing plcklnlnnies are other
features. Tho Moore comedy, "The
Dancing Tenderheel," has merit, but
It does not compare with "Cupid at
Home." Joe Jackson does a bicycle
Btunt which has a few now novelties.
Good Work at Lyric.
The Lyrle Stock Company changes
the bill this week from "The Crisis"
to "A Bachelor's Romance." Tho play
Is elaborately staged and some good
dramatic work Is done by the com
pany. Air. Nobio takes the leading
part as usual and as David Holmes
playB well. The play Is well staged
and Its popular setting In tho eastern
part of this country shows the usual
surroundings of rich New York. Miss
Carter and Miss Lorraine star among
tho feminine members of tho caste.
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4, Thursday, 8 p. m. German Club
meets with MIbb Wittman, 989 H
4, Thursday, 11 a. m., Memorial Hall
4, Thursday, 7 p. in., Armory Persh
5, Friday, 8:15 p. m Temple Union
Literary Society meets.
G, Saturday, 3 p. m. Nebraska Field
Football, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
11, Thursday, 8 p. m. Dramatic Club
12, Friday, 8:30 p. m Lincoln Hotel
19, Friday, 8:30 p. in., Fraternity Hall
20, Saturday Denver University vs.
Nebraska, at Denver.
24, Wednesday, 6 p. m. Thanksgiving
25, Thursday, Nebraska Field Haskell
Indians .Vs. Nebraska.
30, Tuesday, a. m.- Thanksgiving re
, cess ends.
10, Friday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
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