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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FR
OCTOBER 7, 1910.
Price 5 Cents.
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THREE COYOTES ARE 00T
SOUTH DAKOTA 8END8 OUT A
SAtimDAY'S , LINEUP IS DECIDED
KING COLE KNOCK8 OFF 80ME OF
THE ROUGH 8POT8.
lnvltod to make uso of it This plan
will bo continued during the football
FINE CATTLE TAKEN TO 8H0W.
Two Mora Man Are Given 8lgnats
Girls' 8ectlon In North Grand
stand to be Reserved. """
BATES IS JUNIOR PRESIDENT
NOMINATED AND ELECTED IN EX
ACTLY SEVEN MINUTES
"King" Cole will start the South Da
kota game with the same line-up that
Started In tho Peru gamo. Several
changCB may bo mado during tho
.course of the gamo and a number of
men who aro out for tho 'varsity this
year for tho first time will' probably
lie given a try-out.
According to tho lettor received by
Manager Eager yesterday, in which
the South Dakota coach submits his
line-up, tho Dakotans aro coming to
Lincoln in a somewhat cripplied condi
tion. The Quarter haB not returned
from tho Minnesota trip as he stopped
knottier man is laid up with pneu
Another man is laid up with phenu
toonid Und still another is out of tho
gamo With injuries received in tho
-Minnesota gami As tho letter stated,
t!he DakOUns expect to give tho Corn
husker tt ''good practice game."
Team In Good 8hape.
j Wheal tho team trots onto the field
Saturday they will bo vastly bettor
able to put up a stiff gamo than they
were (L week ago. During the first
J reek's" Jpractlco thd coach merely
moothed off some of the rough edges,
n tho second week, howovor, It has
ijeen d liferent story.
"Kisfc" Colo has been pounding in
tho science of tho new rules, with tho
open iortaatlons, forward passes, tho
changisi of backlleld positions and
t!ho hultW other little details' that
he noW.lTi.CB have brought.
' r That Uie pounding has had its re-.
Nebraska Represented (n Royal Stock
Exhibition at Kansas City.
Tho department of animal husban
dry shipped an exhibit of fat cattle
to Kansas City Tuesday for tho Amor
lean royal stock show. Tho oxhlblt is
one of tho best Nebraska has over
Herdsman Charles Shumate accom
panied tho animals. Somo of the cat
tle wero prlzo winners at tho Interna
tional stock show in Chicago last De
cember and it Is oxpected that a num
ber of bluo ribbons will bo won at the
event noxt week.
Professor Smith, who has JuBt re
turned from the Wyoming state fair,
where ho judged the cattle and horses,
will go to Kansas City Monday. During
September ho mado tho awards at flvo
state and inter-stato fairs in the mid-
IS (HOSEN-WITHOUT OPPOSITION
FORMER PRESIDENT HAWLEY
PRE8IDED AT MEETING.
New President Is Lincoln High 8chool
Graduate Prominent In
MIDDIES DO NOT LIKE IT.
New Ruling of Naval Authorities Hits
At future Annapolld athletic con
tests, and especially at football games,
the midshipmen will occupy seats re
served for them in the "midshipmen's
grandstand." A middy may escort his
lady to tho gamo and put her in the
seat ho has reserved for her, but he
must return to his own section beforo
the game starts and remain thero dur
ing tho game.
Last year the middles were reques
cd to sit together during tho games in
order to improve tho rooting, but this
year it has been found necessary to
change the request to a command.
Vorno Bates was yestorday unani
mously elected president of tho junior
class. Never beforo in tho hiBtory of
the university has a clasB election
been conducted In less than fifteen
minutes. Yestorday, howovor, tho
meeting was called to order, tho nom
ination made, tho election held, tho
acceptance addross delivered and tho
mooting adjourned in only Bovon min
utes. Only seven short minutes wero used
for tho transaction of all tho buslnoas
of the day. No dark horse put in an
appoaranco, tho ono candidate having
everything his own way. Former Prest-
Musicians Appeared Thursday Morn
Ing In Memorial Hall.
Tho following program was given
at convocation Thursday morning, Oc
Mr. Sldnoy Sllbor, pianist
Mr. Carl Stookolborg, , violinist
'Mr. Richard Calllos, 'cellist
Mondelssohn Trio, C minor, Op. CC.
Allegro o con fuoco.
Molto nllogro quasi pronto.
Mossrs. Sllbor, Stockolborg and
Poppor ."". Gavotto
Messrs. Cnlllca and Sllbor.
"TIGHTENING UP" ON CADETS
COMMANDANT YATES LAYS DOWN
NO MORE EXCUSES FROM RANKS
MUCH RED TAPE 18 NO LONGER
To Escape Drill a Cadet Must Appear
In Person Before Com
mandant Yates. r'
DRAMATIC CLUB TRYOUT8.
GERMAN CLUB IN THE PARADE.
College Float a Big Feature tn Yester
Tho "college float," fitted out by tho
German club of tho University of No-
aults he,been Bhbwn in the work of braeta. in tho Gorman parade yester
the 'varsit against the scrubs during
tho last twO or three evenings. Tho
now plays as well as the old ones go
through1 without hesitation and tho
coaches are ceasing to worry over tho
Drobloaa of whether or not the players
will be able to master the now ruleB.
They at already mastered.
Two Men Join the Squad.
Two new candidates for th.o varsity
Wero given tho signals last night and
thereby added to tho squad RubboII
and Seidell. Russell will bo used as
day afternoon created much favorable
comment As tho chariot, decorated
with streamers of red and white bunt
ing, burled in a mass of collego and
university ponnants rumbled through
tho streets it wbb greeted with great
pheor after cheer resounded from
tho big wagon. The great "D. G. V."
Bhlold, tho pin of the club on both
Bides, "old glory" and the German
banner lent dignity and weight to the
Many compliments were showered
, end and half and Seidell will bo prac- upon tho float whlch waB considered
J? Hnml nt full, which nosition ho has .. h.. i . n .i- ii-
tlcod at full, which position ho has
been playing on tho scrub. Both aro
fast men and Coach Colo considers
them a big addition tb tho squad.
Line-up for Saturday,
ollowing is tho line-up which will
" boJised-io,etart tho gamo, subject to
change on tho South Dakota side: .
Nebraska Position So. Dakota
Chauner.. L. T...G. Coffee....
Bhonka. L. T Barrett
Hornh'erger L. G Lyons
CJollJns C '.' Potts
" fclUott .R.G .Downing
- Temnlo. R. T Brown
tofgren RE. , Saunders
Warners. Q. B P. Coffee
il. Frank L. H Thackaberry
y.L f. Frank R. H ; Shuks
fcuthbono F b , . . .Smith
Numerous inquiries havo been made
. Regarding the university' girls' section
! - Man1 fefanil and H tiflB affrantj
1-trtdi considerable attention. Manager
jbager predicts a big attendance in the
Httle section labeled "Girls Only'
, ,j The girls' rest room will be ombA
fatally afternoon for two hotfrj b-
fortf the game and unlveralty jglrls are
one of tho finest of tho entire line.
ThoBo occupying seats wore: Leona
Baker, Elizabeth Wittman, Estella
Hardy, Gustavo Fuchs, Edith Hanna,
Cornelius Schulte, Horman Wiobo, Re
gina Schulte, Solma Anderson, Clar
ence Miller, Maybollo Davis, Ira Reed,
Fred Colbert, Andrew Jubl, AugUBt
Blomeakamp, Ina Hendoricks, Ernest
Huberman and Herbert Grummann.
BACK FROM A LONG TOtlR.
Mr and Mri. E. B. Andrews Are Now
. After nearly two years spent in vis
iting the countries of .Europe and Afri
ca, Mr. and Mrs. E. Benjamin Andrews
havo returned to ttiolr homo in Lin I
coin. They leftJh January, 1903 and
have slice visited ' practically eve'ry
important country In Europe.
' They sjent a great- detl of timo in
Italy and the cotttitriAs ttt sputhera
Europe. . ,
Mr, and Mrs. Andrews returned, te'
this country last spring and spent tie
summer with friends" la kasetcbu
Mtts. . I
dent Robert Hawloy presided
Nominated by W. R. Power.
W. R. Powers, of Ponca, nominated
Bates immediately after tho gavel
fell. G. L. Clark of Lincoln rose with
out dolay to movo that tho nomina
tions como to a close. His motion car
ried without opposition. Power, In
nominating Bates, said:
"I am going to nomlnato a man so
well known that he does not need an
Introduction Mr. Bates."
The olectlon was by acclamation
and was mado unanimous. Bates Im
mediately took the chair. He thanked
tho class for tho honor glveti hlni,
promised to guard the honor of tho
class, and to guide the ship as wisely
and Impartially art possible. Ho an
nounced that tho next meeting would
bo held In about two weoks, tho exact
dato to bo announced. Jn tho Daily No
braskan. All bther ofllcors will be
elected at that mooting.
Bates a L. H. 8. Man.
Bates' homo is at Lodgepole, Neb.
Ho is a graduato of the Lincoln high
school, and has been rewarded by an
unanimous vote to fill an important po
sition. He will have the powor and re
sponsibility of appointing chalnmnr
and members of no less than flvo Im
Scars still has things his own way
in the sophomore class. Ho apparent
ly has things as much his way among
tho second year students as Bates
had in tho "third .year class. No ono
has appeared who desires to run
against tho Omaha man, and nothing
is oxpected among sophomore leaders
to change the outlook for the election
The freshmen so for havo failed to
produce a candidate. Many of the
students who desire the office, and
have been urged to run havo decided
that they will wait until later in tho
The fraternity rushing season Is re
sponsible for the inattention among
the members of tho class of 1911.
Many of the prominent first year mien
are holding off doing anything in po
litical lines until they have declddd
which fraternity they will Join.
An Omaha man Is expected to enter
the field, however, before the rushing
season eloses. Rumors of his candi
dacy were prevalent on the campus
Thursday. evening, but no confirma
tion of the report was made. It W e&
pocted that two more candidate, oae
from Lincoln-, and a state-wide candi
date will also be In the' race shortly,
as tke etooUea ef a leader for thls'se-
aieater win frrobiy W Held TaartV
day. OeWttr lti.
Students Will Have a Chanoe to Show
Tho Dramntic dub will hold its an
nual "tryout" Thursday, October 20,
nt 7 o'clock, In tho Tomplo thoatro.
Those wishing to try out must give
a scene or part of a scono from somo
play, or selection admitting of dra
matic interpretation. A rending will
not bo considered a fair tost of a per
son's ability. It is advised that sev
eral work togothor In "try-out."
Miss Whittior will bo In U. 106 from
11 to 12 on Tuesdays and Thursdays,
and from 1 to 2 on Fridays, with the
Tho following list of authors and
plnyB are suggested for "try-outs":
"Sho Stoops to Conquer."
"8chool for Scandal."
"The Sorvant In the House."
"The Melting Pot" (L'Alglon).
(Bang's FnrceB), "A Proposal Under
(Howoll's Farces), "Mbuso Trap,"
(Yeats), "Land of Heart's Deslro."
Scones from Clyde Fitch's plays,
Bernard Shaw's or Plrioro's.
(Dickons), "Tho Holly Treo Inn."
(Lytton), "Lady of Lyons," "Richo-lieu."
Two announcomonts which involvo
two significant changes In tho mili
tary department of tho University of
Nobraska wero officially mado last
night Ono, whon oxocuted, threatens
tho enactment of much nioro string
ont regulations in regard to tho grant
ing of tompornry oxcusos from drill.
Tho othor assures explicitly a "tight
ening up" policy In the former some
what lenient requirements in dress
uniformity and othor minor things re
specting tho gonornl appearance of
By ordor of Captain Yatos, tho old
mothod of soourlng temporary ex
cuses from cadot ranks has been
abollshod. Tho adoption
BIBLE CLA88E8 ARRANGED.
Y. W. C. A. Making Active Plans for
' Work of the Year.
MlaaSchultz of the Y. W. C. A. Ib
busy making arrangements for tho
Bible Btudy work of tho year. Classes
are being formed with a gratifying
early enrollment Following is a
schedule of tho weekly Bible classes:
Studies In, Old Testament characters,
MIsb Fannie Drake, Tuesday, 5-6 p.m.;
The Prophets, Rev. Hayes, beginning
November 1; Tho Leading Ideas of
tho Gospel, Rev. Loland, Monday, 7-8
p. m.; Tho Sources of the Life of
Jesus, Rev.- Loland, Wednesday, 7-8
p. m.: Tho Life of Christ, Miss
Schultz, Mondny, 5-0 p. m.; The Llfo
of Paul, Merle Thomas, Tuesday, B-C
p. m.; Teachers' Training, Professor
Barker. Missionary classes are as fol
lows: Africa, Miss Hartley, Monday,
4-5 p. m.; Apologetic of Missions, MIsb
Schultz, Thursday, 3-4 p. m.; Call of
tho Home Land, Mrs. Dor Klnderln,
Wednesday, 3-4 p. m.; China, Dr.
Walker, -Monday, 6-6 p. m.; Korea,
Miss McKinnon; India, 'Miss Wash
burn, Tuesday; 5-,p.,m.; Japan, Miss
Watson, Wednesday, ,12:15-12:5 p.m.j
South America "Miss Walker, Monday,
5-0 p. m.;. knights of Sabaarm, MIsb
Roberts, Monday, &4 p. in.j Turkey,
Mrs". Hlnhiattj 'Thursday, 5-8 p. m.;
Word and World, Mis HesseltW,
Tuesday, 4-B p rii. '
1b attributed to throo reasons: First,
thnt tho formor policy entailed far
too much red tapo upon the cadets to
secure any. success. Socond, thai '
carelessness on tho part of company
captains wns tho sourco of granted
OXCU8C8 which .wore otherwise unjusti
fiable. Third, that tho commanding
officer may bo so situated that ho may
familiarize himself with a majority
of tho "confirmed sufforors."
According to tho policy of obtain
ing pormlts which prevailed last year,
tho "O. K." of. thooomi)any. captain
was tho first thing desired, next, the
cadet must recolvo tho sanction of
the adjutant; lastly, tho commandant's
"O, K." Th'ls yonr rid wrltton exciiBes
will be required, but the offondlng
party must appear In person before
Commandant Yates at a specified
tlmo nnd present reasons why ho1
should not bo domcrlted. Limitations
will also bo mado upon tho extent of
tlmo allowed the cadot for making his
Tho othor announcement made In
the department is that hcroaftor one
field officer will bo detailed each even
ing as officer of tho day. This Is an
ofllco which never boforo existed at
Nebraska except during camp. The
dutleB of tho officer of the day aro
clearly summed up in tho words "In
spectlon Deputy." Ha must report a
daily list of tho absentees and may
give demerits, for tho numerous Utile
offenses so common in tho ranks.-
Tho appointment of F. EJ. Rhodo to
the position-of paptaln and regimen
tal adjutant, loft' vacant by the failure"
Jit R. W. Patterson to return" id the
University this year, was madoknown ,
last night F. E. Rhodo was, formerly
first lieutenant of Compafiy "K?
The cadets aro being put through
a thorough drill In setting ap exer
cises, marching exercises; and salutes
this1 week, tho same to be continued
through next week. Followlag the
preliminary work, inatruetlom la the
Manual of Arms will be given.
The student bod at the University
of Oregon has passed retoiatteai to
the effeet that every itudeat shoald
Up his hat td the VrMit ef the
ualrersltjr aid to fcto owtt jfortlbttlar
A. Kovarlkr'who studied the last
year atthe University of Maaeltter
under professor B. Rutherford, noted
scientist and winner of the Nobel
prize for his work in radld-actitlty,
has been awarded the most Important
fellowship In the Matfcfcertfr school
of science. The fellowship was given ,
for valuable reeeareX work tk'tedbMk)
tivlty. Trie xeg'eats hate' fetveai fcifc
Another1 year's leave' la eMeHeW. .."
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