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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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THE UNIVMKSITY OF NEDIlASKA,
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WEDNESDAY, FBDHUAIIY 23, 1010.
, Far out ncrosH tho blue hiiiiIIL Pa
cific on tho iHland of cliorry IjIohhoihb,
thoro Ih u NobniHlui Knulimto and ho
Is tloln thliiKH. llo Ih a nutlvo of tho
Uttlo Inland of Japan, who camo to
NobraHka for IiIh degree. Now ho Ib
odltor of Tho Japan Magazine. Ho
Hays ho Ik proud of lila unlvorHity, nnd
wo ngroo with him. A student from a
Htrango land 6,000 mil cm neroBn tho
Pacific and hIIU loyal to NohniKka
Btudenta tako notice.
WILL HE G07
:. Willi Jnuk go to lijnglnnd? With tho
Htudcnt body and alumni roHpondlng
im thoy havo been In tho past few dayB
It booiub there Ik little room for doubt,
lie will go.
other Bldo, who Bhall thank the per
son muklng tho premutation and both
Bhall make graceful howH.
"Signals Tho Blgnnlg Hhall bo given
In tho form of a Bpcech for oach play
and made very plain, for four Bomo
unBUBpectlng player should expoet the
play to go In a different direction and
accidentally collide with another play
er. This will prevent any player from
Injuring nnothor'u footings.
"Hoforoe Tho dutiea of. thlB Individ
ual Bhall bo to nee that no playors
collldo, nnd when by mistake they
should happen to touch oach other In
somo way 1t Ib tho oillclal's duty to
see that thoy apologize for tho rude
net. In caso they rofiiBu to do so ho
Bhall slap each man gently on tho
wrist and caution him against ropoat
Ing tho net.
"OthorB might be mentioned, but
thoBo should Batlflfy somo who would
make t football Iosh dangerous than
Edltdr Dally NobraBkan: Thoro
Boems to he a difference of opinion as
to whether the fratornity-nan-frntern-lty
meet hold on Charter Day a year
ago waB a buccobb. Dr. Clapp says It
"WAS," whilo tho odltor or tho No
brnHlnn at the time spoko of It edl-
cnlng It. Hut If by that spirit ono
means tho unity of the Htudcnt body
in loyal and enthusiastic support, not
only of athletics, but alBo of every
thing that makes for a greator Ne
braska, one Is forced to admit that
this fratornity-non-frnternity meet
(ailed to doopen it.
Howovor, tho meet Is over and tho.
thing that concerns, ub now Is whether
this Ib tho kind of un athletic affair
wo nro to huvo annually on Charter
Day? Why not make it an inter-class
coutoBt, Blmllar to tho ono on Ivy
Day, or a contest betweon tho varlouB
colleges If need bo? Both of these
are natural divisions in tho student
body and tho only division which the
unlvorslty or nny department of it
should rocognlze. Rivalry betwoon,
clnsflos or betweon collogoB would un
doubtedly prove conducive to a hotter
university spirit eventually, and tho
fellowship among tho contestants
would bo tho snmo if not better than
under the present plan.
Tho Intor-clnss athlotlc board peti
tioned the director of nthlotics a yoar
ago to mako tho annunl Charter Day
meet an lnter-class affair, but their
petition was evidently pigeon-holed.
Tho university athlotlc board has
seemingly regarded tho matter ais not
being Buflleiontly important to warrant
its consideration. Is the fraternity-non-fratornity
meet to bocomo a cus
tom at Nebraska? S. A. MAIIOOD.
Besides being a news gath
erer and affering a correct
and authentic bulletin a cal
endar for coming events the
Nebraskan t 'also7 gives you"
opportunity to express your
own opinion on University
affairs. The "Forum" is
the common platform for
debates and offers the only
means whereby the individu
al can gain the attention of
of the public to urge reform
or the righting of wrong.
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Tho reBponso made by tho students
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-thostntq m Tvmnn I Testation of- n spirit
which lias not been aroused at Ne
braska for some time. It Is a. spirit
tho ossonco of which Is unselllsh loy
alty to Nebraska. If Jack goe to
England for the summer vacation at
tho expense of the studont body of
Nebraska, tho question us to tho real
Nebraska spirit will have been sottled
onco for all. Wo will have It.
ALLOW ME, ALPHONSE.
Football is coming in, for its share
of attention at tho present time.. The
' good old gnmo scorns to noed somo re
forming and In all probability it will
get It. All sorts of opinion Is uoat
Ing, around rolatlvo to the ' exact
amount of reformation needed. Some
Hdvocnto nono at all, whilo others'
would lntroduco tlio Rugby game as a
substitute. Tho. attltudo of a certain
class of reformers Is woll statod In
tho Kansas City Star, when It says:
"Of tho colleges favoring a revision
of rules, tho Chicago athletic board of
cpntrol Booms to bo In favor of making
tho gnmo tamo as compared with the
prosont American style.
"Thoro are always a Tow mollycod
dles who want to do away with foot
bull altogether or mako It so simple
nnd slow tlmt there will ho absolutely
no interest In it, not moaning, how
ovor, tho Chicago board, but a fow in
tho east who havo been 'aftor tho
game for more than a year. It might
bo well- for thorn to mako a fow of
the. fqllowlng changes:
"Tackling not to grab a runner and
throw him to tho ground by mnln
force, but when you soo a mun coming
touch him gently with ono linger and
ho inust halt at onco.
"Speed limit No player shall run
faster jthan a slpw dog trot.
"Kick-off ttor fear of injuring tho
too of some innocont individual tho
'ball shall not, be kicked, off, but shall
bo presented to ono member .of ho
torjnlly us "anything but a .success."
For $.ho former to doclaro tho latter
TVOjim!cmll8tocrQirt.o mi ttttatunnl Ion
In favor of his own opinion being
biased. 13 nt without discussing that
point, and also without conceding tho
statements of tho doctor in his com
munication In tho Nobrnskan. what
can bo said of the recent meet?
Was It a success from the stand
point of athletics? Two records wore
broken and a third tied. Several
freshmen made their dobut In univer
sity athletics. Good fellowship
seamed to exist among tho various
contestants, but keen rivalry for indi
vidual honors was Homcwhat lacking,
honco It Is only fair to say that tho
moot In this rcspoct was only ti partial
Was It a success In point of attend
ance? Considering tlmt tho day was
a holiday and that tho affair was a
unlvorslty function, ton per cent of tho
student body could hnrdly ho consid
ered even a fair nttondnnco. Truo,
tho jfrico of admission excluded some,
but who can say how many ronialnod
nway boenuso of a dlsllko for tho plan
upon which tho meet is conducted, or
how many were forcod to attend tho
meet bocauso of a desire to see the
Pershing ltiilos drill and hear the
band' play? -
Was It a success In lovoloplng ath
letic enthusiasm?. If that enthusiasm
consists In promoting good fellowship
among tho ooutostants perhaps it was,
but if that enthusiasm Is of tho kind
that prompts loyal support of Ne
braska athletes Irrespective of alllli
atlonH? pmpliatlcully tho meet was not
Was It a successr aB ovory Chart'or
Day exorclso should bo, In deepening
tho Nobraska spirit?
If by that spirit ono means nn In
visible something which hns. loft Its
earthly habitation aud whoso dppar
ture.that handful of studonts nspom-
bled on. Chnrtpr, Day, to mourn, ngrop
thai the meet wns a success in Tlepp
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24, Thursday, 11:30, Tomplo Theater
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Armory Basketball. Nobraska
1, Tuesday Convocation. Address.
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