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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
THIiJ PROPERTY OP '
TUB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
, Llnooln, Nebraska.
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BY THE STUDENT PUD. BpATtP.
Editor VV. ..;.. . . . . Vfotor B. 'Smith
Managing Kdltor K. P. Frederick
Aiaoalate Editor ..Carl J. Lord
Associate Editor T. M. Edgecombe
Manager W. A. Jones
Aaalatant Manager .Q. C. Klddoo
Circulator v. c. Haioaii
AMlttant Clroulator P. T. 8turgla
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo chareed
for at tho rato of 10 dontn por insortlon
for every fifteen words or fraction thoro
ofj Faculty notices and University bul
letins will bladly bo published froo.
Entered at tho postofilca at Lincoln,
Nobraska, as socond-class mall mattor
under tho Act of Congross 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.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1909.
TO THE TEAM.
Cornhuskers, today the btage Is
yours. Twenty-five hundred Nebraska
students and several thousand Nebras
ka alumni are watching you to see the
manner In which you bring credit and
glory to the school which they love.
As you succeed or fall this afternoon,
So they will be glad or disappointed.
We have faith In you. We-belleve
that you have the brawn and the brain
to win such a struggle as that which
you are about to enter. We trust In
you to strive to the very end for those
athletic Ideals which every loyal Ne
braskan holds In reverence. Honor
able victory is what we want, and we
believe it Is what you are going to
Good luck to you, Cornhuskers.
Stwlont attention la centered on
s o c: k:
20c iNevu Silk.
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football just now, and especially this
weok, almost to tho exclusion of ev
ovory other form of athletics. Yet
thoro are a few Who aro hard at work,
endeavoring to Biistaln the record of
NobroBka in othor fields than tho grid
Iron. With tho first tryout of tho cross
country squad held Wednesday after
noon the preliminary work for the Chi
cago meet is woll under way. An
other tryout and tho mombers of the
Nebraska team which is to contest for
tlho western Intercollegiate honors will
bo known. Then a Bhort period of final
practice and tho Cornhuskers will go
to- Chicago to fight for supremacy in
Jackson park. They havo won repeat
edly in tho paBt, and Nebraska stu
. dontB havo reason to bo proud of their
record. From present indications they
havo every chance to win again this
Besides tho cross-country activity,
renewed energy is being injected into
tho basketball situation by the opening
of practice under Coach Hewitt.
While the attendance of old men at
the opening session was not so large
as might havo been, It Is known that
at least five formor players will be
back In tho game within a few days.
This will give the new Nebraska coach
'an excellent start for a winning five.
As soon as the football battles aro out
of tho way, basketball will take the
center of the stage and some lively
contests may bo expected before It
gives way to baseball early next
NEW 8CH00L A 8UCCE88.
ThVachpol of journalism In tho Uni
versity of Missouri has finished Its
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first yoar In active oporatlonand tho
dean of tho school roporta that tho
beginning thus mndo has been highly
In a rocont addresB before. tho Mis
souri ProBB Association, Dean Walter
Williams Bummarizod tho facta con
corning tho enrollment as follows:
"Tho first year's enrollment of stu
dents has far surpassed tho expecta
tions of ovon Jtho most sanguine
friends of tho Bchool. Thoro was gon
eral demand for tho training that such
a school could give. It was expected
that in Us first yoar twonty or thirty
Btudonts would bo enrolled, as had
been true in tho first year of tho teach
ing of law and inedlclno. Instead,
there have been enrolled this yoar at
tho university school of journalism
ninoty-HOven students. Of this num
bor Bovonty-four are primarily In jour
nalism, candidates for tho degree of
bachelor of science in journalism in a
four-year course. Tho others twenty
three in number are studontB-. from
other departments of tho university
taking ono or moro courses in Jour
nalism. Fourteen of the total numbor
If nothing else is shown by tho
rapid development of Missouri's jour
nalistic school, it is at least evident
that tho creation of this department
mot a comparatively big demand. Mis
souri la to be congratulated on having
tho foresight to got thus enrly into
tho game and meet the want. Not
only in UiIb. but in other ways as well,
tho Columbia institution has manifest
ed a "push" which is lacking In more
than ono vostcrn college that we
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THE HAT THAT MARY WORE.
MIbs Mary had a brand new hut
That loomed up big and, high.
And it eclipsed for all who sat
Behind her, the whole sky.
When in tho class-room Mary sat
The students howled their worst,
They couldn't see around tho hat,
And they Just Bat and cursed!
Oh, Mary dear, you ought to fear
Such sins as you're inciting,
With that big hat, that yard-wide hat
Whose presence is so blighting.
In church and hall I pray you take
Your big hat from your head,
Then we'll be glad, and it will make
Us bless you when you're dead!
The girls of Minnesota University
havo for tho first time entered upon
foronslca. Three freshmen and ono
sophomoro will take part In a sopho-more-freshman
For tho season of-'09 tho Univer
sity of Kansas Bold 1,500 season tick
ets to her football games. Ab this
ropresont8 85 per cent of tho total
enrollment, wo conclude that the
Kansans havo admirable collogo
In order to raise funds the Cali
fornia Athletic Association will pre
sent a farce, "Miss Rosle Posey." In
this play figures a Stanford character,
who is vanquished by "Shook," a foot
ball hero, In his attentions to Mls.s
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K. U. "FRAT8" ON PROBATION.
If Grades Are Not Improved Regents
Fraternities In the University of
Kansas havo been put on probation by
tho board of regents. Before tho end
of this semester, which is February 1,
tho student standing of the members
must bo as high as the standing of
those outsldo the fraternities or dras
tic measures will bo taken officially
by tho university agninet tho Greek
The average grade of fraternity men
In the university last year, as com
pared, with men outsldo the fraterni
ties, was 11 por cent lower than the
grades of non-fraternity men. An of
ficial statement Bhowlng that his con
dition of affairs existed was prepared
by tho registrar, George O. Foster,
and presented to the board of re
gents. Tho board then began consid
ering a proposition of making a ruling
forbidding fraternities from Initiating
freshmen into tho fraternities and also
forbidding the Greek letter societies
from taking any man who was not .a
A commltteo of fraternity men from
tho Pan-Hellenic, which Is composed
of men from all the fraternities, called
upon tho board of regents and pro
tested that such action would cripple
tho organizations in tho university.
The board agreed to put the fraterni
ties on probation until February 1.
At that time, they stated, If there had
not been nn improvement in the
grades of tho men the contemplated
action would be taken. There are
eight national and ono local fraterni
ties in tho university.
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O Felr for So
p The Tailor
JJmM SPECIALIST ON
Refitting and All Kinks of Altering
Particular attention to ladies
work and uniforms.
CLEANING and PRESSING
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
C, Saturday, 3 p. m. Nobraska 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. m., Fraternity Hall
20, Saturday Denver University vs.
Nobraska, at Denver.
24, Wednesday, C p. m. Thanksgiving
25, Thursday, Nebraska Field Haskell
Indians vs. Nebraska..
30, Tuesday, 8 a. m. Thanksgiving re
10, Friday, 8 p. m Memorial Hall
Nebraska-Minnesota debase. "In
come Tax Question."
Nov. 12, 1909
Bell Phone, F2823
Auto Phone, 7929
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$2.00 Worth of Cleaning and Pressing $1.00
They will got your suit and bring it back in fino Bhapo fer only 60c;
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"We have a New Dry Cloaning Plant to do the work with.
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LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School" u$n & street
C. E. BULLARD, U. of N. '02, Manager
We teach the fancy dances-Rye Waltz, Cadets', Societv
Minuet, etc on Saturday nights, and use the University 0
chestra. This is your night, students; come and dance
UNIVERSITY NIGHTS, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
a!fi S Lond Socials Mondays and FrM
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