Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
Wi-'B AmW NEBRASKAN
MkH " v "'
the Daily Nebraskan
TFII3 PROPERTY OF
TUB UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
I Lincoln, Nobrtwka.
BY THE STUDENT PUD. DOARD.
I EDITORIAL STAFF.
Ehltorj,..,.." .Victor D. 8mlth
Managing Editor.,., K. P. Frodorlok
AMoolato Edltdr .Carl J. Lord
Aiioclate Editor T. M. Edgocombo
Assistant Manager .0. C. Klddoo
Circulator V. C. HmmII
Assistant Circulator P. T. 8turgla
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
.' Postofflce, 8tatlon A, Lincoln, Neb.
8UB8CRIPTION PRICE. $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance.
Single Copies, B Centa Each.
Telephones Auto 1888.
Night Phones Auto 1888; Auto 2683.
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for attho rnto of 10 cents por Insertion
for ovory flftcon words or fraction tnoro
of. Facility notices find University bul
letins will bladly bo published froo.
Entered at tho postofTIco at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as Bocondrclass majl matter
under tho Act of ConRrcHs of March 3,
Advertisements for the want ad
column should be left at the business
office, basement Administration build
ing between 10 a. m., and 12 m., or
between 2 p. m., and 5 p. m.
Cash must accompany all orders for
want ads, at the rate of ten cents for
each fifteen words or fraction there
of, the first Insertion; three Inser
tions twenty-five cents; five Inser
tions forty cents.
J N R.afo Rah--
U, Rain, N, Rah-
U--N RaHp Rahp
thlH wny, and Jt sooms In such man
ner only, can tho Indiscriminate litter
ing of tho campus with all, sorts of
posters bo Btonped. At 8:30 yester
day morning, shortly after tho Inno
cents finished their exploitation of
the football rally by the handbill
mothod, the campus for a consider
able distance from each gate looked
like a dumping ground for waste
paper. If the students will not tako
onough care to put tho bills fn proper
receptacles when they are through
with them, by all means, chain 'em.
si, l l tg jf j i u j u k U u
"Jfr h F " r P " 'P" " "
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1909.
WHOSE MOVE NEXT?
Tho disgruntled element of the
sophomore class, which recently at
tempted to deprive President Powers
of tho functions which custom has
long given his olllco, now asks Tho
Nebraskan, "Whoso move next?" and
"What's tho move?"
From the attitude adopted In the
letter published yesterday, tho fac
tion there represented doubts Its abil
ity to run its own affairs, for, being
wholly impersonal in all their actions,
these sophomores cannot of course
have stooped to sarcasm in making
their appeal for Tho Nobiaskan's ad
vice. Supposing, then, that tho appeal
was made In all sincorlty, The Nebras
kan agrees that tho faction In ques
tion Is in need of advice.
But, on tho other hand, when it
comes to giving advlco for tho dlrec
tlon of the future movements of the
protectants, T.hV Nebraska! begs to bo
POPULARIZE THE OLYMPICS.
With the announcement of prelim
inary plans for tho freshmen-sophomore
Olympics, university students
should begin an endeavor to popular
ize tho ovent so that there may bo no
danger of its falling to attract as
great or greater interest than last
Tho Olympics was a now affair last
full and Its novelty assured the Inter
est of the classes concorned ns well
as a general university interest. This
yenr the novelty has somewhat worn
off, but intoroBt in tho event should
not bo allowed to decline.
The Olympics, if continued as a tra-.
ditlonal event of this university, will
be peculiarly Nebraska's own. So for
as is known no other university has
a similar system of competition be
tween the two lower classes. Other
schools have pushball contests, rushes,
cano flghtB, and similar events, hut
none has anything which compares
with tho Nebraska Olympics.
In proparhig for the Olympics, the
committees of the various classes,
.and "particularly those of the two
claBBCB Interested, should be given all
aid required i from individual students.'
THE SPIRIT THAT WIN8.
Nebraska meets Kansas to
morrow. Cornhuskcrs and Jay
hawkers will fight for a grid
Iron supremacy which not only
means the settlement of their
own disputed prestige, but
which In all probability car
ries with It the title to the
Missouri Valley championship.
For two weeks Coach Cole
and his assistants have been
endeavoring to wield the Ne
braska team into a semblance
of the perfect mechanism which
Is necessary if Coach Kenne
dy's men are to be given the
trouncing which Nebraska's
honor demands. Now, with the
conflict only a day in the
future, the factor which will
sway the contest to Nebraska
or to Kansas is seen even more
clearly than before.
A week ago observing side
liners declared that only a real
Nebraska spirit, the spirit
which held Minnesota to a tie
score last year, the spirit which
Insists on a gamy game to the
very end, the spirit which calls
for Victory and which will not
be satisfied by anything less
when Kansas Is the rival
such a spirit as this, said the
watchers, was the only thing
which could win for the Scarlet
and the Cream.
Since that time this fact has
been borne more and more
upon the understanding of
those-close in touch with the
game. A fighting spirit, ready
to take advantage of every
chance that the Jayhawkers'
weakness affords, making open
ings where none appear, Is the
thing which will win for Ne
braska tomorrow. That Is
what Nebraska must have with
Nebraska and Kansas 2
Colors 2 Ready made
Ribbon Bows, Etc. X
College Posters and J3C
Novelty Pictures 2C 2C
Miller & Paine
rj WJ n JV J XJ T rj rj J J J fj
BUDD MAKES GOOD.
I have made good in my store Because I have the goods My hats are the best on earth
(or anywhere else) for $2.50 My $2.50 and $3.50 shoes have them all skinned-T carry
nothing but classy furnishings at popular prices
I Will Make Good Anything that isn't Right
J excused. Its function Is not to aid
clasB politicians outof hot water, and
it seems that 'that is Just whoro the
.insurgents have logically landed them
selves. Whatever advlco The Nebras
kan has will bo found In Its ilrst men
tion of the subject In the Issue of November-
2. Its; opinions at -that time
were not based upon personalities, but
upon tho logic of. tho situation. Inas
much as no logical argument has been
developed by any occurrence or pub
lication since then on tho opposite
sldo of the question, thero is nothing
more to say. Before tho insurgents
can prove the justice of their poBitldn,
they must show that President Powers
.had not appointed his committees be
fore tho clasB meeting. Under pres
ent conditions, The Nebraskan beliovos
that appointments are made when
ever tho president makes up his mind
to them, since no formal notification
has ever yet been a rule of univer
sity classes. ,
Tho Nebraskan, therefore, still bo
' lleves that the best move for tho in
surgents Is no move at all. The only
way in which they can regain tho con
fidence of outside observers and re
move the stigma of being accused of
personal prejudice Is to keop still and
bide the jproper; time, fpr such reforms
as they, desire. This is not tho time.
They should find no difficulty In ob
taining plenty of men to represent the
two classes in tho various ovonts of
OFFICERS' CLUB OFFICERS.
Battalion Organization Meets and
Elects Men to Run Affairs
for the Year.
On the Invitation of Captain Bart
lett, now in charge of the target prac
tice of the university cadets, tho com
missioned officors of tho battalion met
at his homo, 1227 Q street, Wednes
day evening to form a constitution,
and to effect an Organization. 'The
greater number of the men were pres-
lent, and tho officers choBon wore:
President, Major Dlrku; vlce-proBi-donf,
Captain Schmidt; secretary, Cap
tain Upson. Captain Coulter was
elected master of ceremonies of the
forthcoming officers' hop.
Following this, was an elaborate ban
quot, furnished by tho host As toast
master, Qaptaln Bartlett called on sev
eral representative men of tho bat
talion and also Chaplain Brooks and
Genera) Swartz for remarks. All
especially emphasized tho need of or
ganization and the stimulation of
.rivalry and enthusiasm In - the companies.
10F Thc Tailor
JxJJLlj SPECIALIST )N
Refitting and All Kinks of Altering
Particular attention to ladies
work and uniforms.
CLEANING and PRESSING
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
We believe Nebraska is
going to win. Do you
? v ? ? ? ?
Better get your pennants,
arm bands, megaphones, m
etc., at the
University Book Store
340 No. Uth
Thg Scarlet and Cream Store
' i CHAIN 'EM.
Tno Nebraskan had a suggestion to
make to organizatipns which may in
tho future find It necessary to peddle
bills about tho campus. Jt is that,
hereafter they tie a chain to each bill
handed out and fasten Its other end
to tho person to whom it is given. In
DENVER NEBRA8KANS ORGANIZE.
'With Thirty MembeVs.
A TJntveYslty -of 'Nebraska club !W,qs
formed in Denver on the1 oveningr'of
October 29, when thirty alumni of 'the
state university met and organized.
A good time was had by tho "old
grads," with cider and doughnuts as
Urn "feed" of the evening. JAt future
meetings more doflnito 'plans will be
adopted for booming Nebraska uni
in tho Colorado capital.
5, Friday, 8:15 p. m., Temple
Literary Society meets.
6, Saturday, 3 p. m. Nebraska Plold-r-Football,
Nebraska vs. KanBas.
11, Thursday, 8 p. m. Dramatic Club
12, Friday, 8:30 p. m., Lincoln Hotel-
10, Friday, 8:30 p. m., Fraternity Hall
20, Saturday Denver University vs.
Nebraska, at Denver.
24, Wednesday, C p. m. Thanksgiving
Zb, Thursday, Nebraska Field Haskell
,' JndlajiBjlBpb'rgBluCit'', i'
30, Tuesday, 8 a. m. Thanksgiving re
10, Friday, 8 p. ra Memorial Hall
NobraBka-Minnesota debate. "In
- come Tax Question."
Nov. 12, J9Q9-, -
Bell Phone, F2823
' Auto Phone, 7929
JUST RING UP!
The Goodyear Raincoat Co's Tailors
f . -r
: 1140 O StreV'
$2.00 Worth of Cleaning and Pressing $1.00
They vill get your suit and bring it buck in fino shape fpr jbnly
vill sond you a Olub Ticket good for four BuitB in one month tor i
have a Novr'Dry Cleaning Plant to dp the work wity. ,
- ' "1- - XC?U v .. ,;
Powered by Open ONI