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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPBHTY OK
TTIIEJ UNIVBIXSITY OF NEBRASKA,
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OCTOBER 8, 1910.
said this was tho timo to
Not whllo rushing senson 1b on.
Tho editor of tho Syracuso Daily
O ran go has boon rocolving anony
mous communications. Wo can sym
pathlzo with him. Wo havo had one
or two ourselves.
Thrco froahmon woro ovldontly
Bhowcrod with IrlBh confottl yostor
dny. Bomptning hnnponod to wake
them .up, Who did It?
When Kansas University sent thoir
hand to Kansas City to play for a
celebration thoy had to have tho as--distance
of tho Lawrenco military
bond. Nothing like tint at Nebraska.
Wo had bo many men In our band
that eomo had to stay at homo when
,tho organization went to Omahahls
Wcsloyan studonts broke forth with
a class scrap to startle tho residents
of University Placo tho other day,
and still they say that tho University
of Nebraska Is tho only school In tho
stato whoro tho studonts return to
barbaric tactics. How about It, Wcsloyan?
Chancellor Avery says, explaining
tho ruUng of tho Board of Regents:
"Politics Is the game of n freo peo
ple." Games are all right, but wo do
.not care to havcthls kind played on
tho campus. Jf young men ovor
twenty-ono wish to moot on private
premisos as 'Students' Republican
Club, Democratic Club, Populist Club,
Socialist 'Club, Prohibition Club, etc.,
tho University authorities consider
that as long as they conduct- thorn
selves In a manner becoming stu
dents and gentlemen, thoy are not
subject to University supervision."
At Kansas University tho students
Jmy a Btudent activity ticket tho first
of each year. This ticket costs thorn
"tbxoo dollars and admits to contests
and events which, paid for separately,
would cost thorn slxtoen dollars. Tho
ticket Is good for five football games,
ion basket-ball games, ten baseball
fames, our field meets, two orchos
ira concerts, two glep club concerts,
tbreo debates, and twp band concerts.
TbJs plan Is used Jn many universi
ties and has boon found a success.
It, places studont activities on a. firm
hasla Insures how much money thoy
will havo to "work pn and makes the
cost of management cheaper. Could
a similar schemo bo worked In No
3:3o V. M.
Crack Drillers Choose Officers For the
At a mooting of tho Porshing
Rifles, hold Thursday evening in tho
armory, military officers for tho com
ing year woro elected. C. A. Ben
nett of Lincoln was chosen captain of
tho company of crack drillers. The
other offlcora chosen woro as follows:
First lloutenant, C. J. Lord, of Ran
dolph; second lieutenant, W. J. Krug,
of South Omaha; first sergeant, R. T.
Quthrlo, of Lincoln; second sergeant,
C. K. Falno, of Lincoln.
F. E. Rodhe Chosen to Fill Important
F. E. Rodho of Lincoln was appoint
ed regimental adjutant of tho cadet
regiment Thursday evening to fill the
placo on tho regimental staff left va
cant by tho non-return of R. O. Pat
terson, who was appointed to that po
sition last Bprlng.
Rodho was first lieutenant of Com
pany "K" last year, and has been a
hard worker In tho military depart
ment He holds tho rank of captain
and adjutant, a position a little higher
than that of tho company captain.
CHURCHES HOLD RECEPTIONS.
University 8tudents Entertained Fri
Friday night was tho date fixed for
tho annual fall receptions by Lincoln
churches to university students. In
past years tho receptions havo been
scattered dver a period of several
weeks. ThjB year tho different bodies
The shirt you have be en dJO CfJ
looking for. to wear hyTTER
with that uniform. 1415 o st.
united as to the date'. Tho following
churches, havo reported receptions:
First Presbyterian, Thirteenth and M;
United Presbyterian, Sixteenth and R;
First Baptist, Fourteenth and K;
Trinity Methodist, Sixteenth and AJ
St. Paul's Methodist, Twelfth and M;
First Christian, Fourteenth and M;
First Congregational, Thirteenth and
L; Vine Congregational, Twenty-fifth
and S; Grace English Lutheran, Four
teenth and F; Trinity Episcopal,
Twelfth and J.
NAME8 ARE SUBMITTED.
Fraternity Rushing Season Closes on
Tho fraternity rushing season closes
at noon Monday. Before any new stu
dents can be pledged their names
muBt have ben approved by the chair
man of the inter-fraternity council, Dr.
J, T. Lees. Names of men desired by
all fraternities wero submitted to Dr.
Lees before noon Friday In order that
ho may inspect tho records as to their
eligibility. To be pledged a Btudent
must be registered for at. least twelve
hours of regular university work. To
night will witness a number of t house
parties in various fraternity houses.
During tho week tho men have not
been allowed to havo girls at their en
tertainments, but last night and to
night, tho ban Is lifted,
TO DA Y
INDUSTRIAL COMMITTEE MEET8
Three of the Board of Regents Con
The industrial committee of the
Board of RcgentB, composed of Re
gents Whltmoro, Coupland and Haller,
met in tho executive ofllco Friday at
11 a. m. Tho members of the com
mittee spent most of tho tlmo thoy
were in session going ovor the esti
mates presented by tho Denn of Agrl
culturo for tho coming blennlum. No
dofinlto action was taken on tho mat
ter other than to tentatively agree on
tho report which will bo made to the
entire board when they meet about
Forty-seven members of tho Univer
sity of Syracuso class of 1910 have
pledged $100 each to tho university
In 1909 thero were 4,939 fraternity
men taking Bible study in American
universities. Among them were many
who were leaders In athletics.
Yale university opened Its two hun
dred and eleventh year last week
with six new professors added to Kb
faculty. President Arthur T. Hadley
was absent from the opening as he is
on a visit abrcad.
Tho University of Wisconsin has a
correspondence study department that
has grown in the last two years from
79 to 3,859 students. Nearly a thous
and of these are. candidates for univer
Tho "I. C. S. Student," of Ames
(la.) College, is making earnest ap
peals through Its editorial columns
urging the students to use tho paper
by means of convenience.
Extensive alterations havo been
made in the grandstands and the other
accommodations a for spectators at
Brown University, In order to provido
for the crowds which are expeoted at
tho Penn and Carlisle games.
All University organizations are re
quested to send In announcements
which they desire to have published.
Fraternity rushing season will close
Catholic Students club will meet to
night at 7:30 in tho Temple building.
Agricultural club will meet at 8:30
tonight In Science hall of the Temple.
Saturday, October 8, football, Ne
braska vs. South Dakota at Lincoln.
Young ladies will meet at rest room
of Memorial hull, to go in a crowd to
tho football game. Special reserved
Debato try-outs will be held today in
Memorial hall, 8 to 11:30 a. m., and 1
to 2 p. ra. v
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The co-operation of University Students
A Phi Beta Kappa charter has been
granted the University of Indiana.
Tho fall interclass baseball series
at Princeton started recently.
Illinois University has a married
women's club among Us organizations.
A cooperative book store is to be
started at tho University of Minnesota.
A Vassar graduate has entered tho
dairying course at Missouri. She
owns and runs a farm.
Tho Minnesota Daily offers a prize
of $10 to tho student who has made
tho most money during vacation.
"We'll Win From California or Die,"
Is the name of a new song of the Uni
versity of Nevada'B rooterB.
Tho faculty of Michigan is consider
ing giving credit for work on student
Two styles of freshman headgeai
are worn at Cornell a skull-cop and
in winter atoque.
Forty-olght men responded to the
first call for football candidates at the
University of Minnesota.
The political science and economic
departments of the University of Min
nesota offer evening courses in their
Two thousand five hundred and thirty-five
students of tho University of
Pennsylvania engaged in athletics last
Minnesota and Dakota havo agreed
to allow their ball players to play pro
fessional ball during tho summer
months without losing their athletic
A new college Is to be established
at Portland, Ore., and will bo an in
stitution of about tho samo rank as
Tho senior mechanicals of Kentucky
state university have adopted the cus
tom of going bareheaded on the cam
pus. On the' other hand, all freshmen
are to wear their head gear or- lose
AND BON B0NS
M. C. A. Rooms
A new western debating leaguo, tho
Pacific Coast Debating League, will
soon be formed with the University of
Oregon, Stanford and tho University
of Washington as members.
University of California juniors aro
beginning active preparations for their
Junior Day exercises, which will ,bo
held November 25th.
Tho freshmen won tho annual under
class fight at Princeton. At'the finish,
as a prominent paper phrased It, many
of tho members of the class wero
"clothed with victory, but not much
Walter G. Camp, foremost expert
on .American football and Stanford's
first football coach, is now In San
Francisco spending a week studying
the game of Rugby as played on tho
Until a few days ago tho women's
dormitory at the University of Minne
sota wob equipped with flv tele
phones. Now thero Is but one. Tho
women kept all tho trunk lines of tho
university system so busy that a great
part of tho time no ono else -could
"get a word in edgewiso,"
Professor Hadley of Yale university
sailed in September for Europo to
study the effects of American legisla
tion on the disposition of American
securities In the markets or Europe.
Doctor Hadley will represent Yale nt
the centennial celebration of the Uni
versity of Berlin.
The Minnesota Dally says that the
business men of Minneapolis aro to
coming alarpied at tho constant ru
mors of wholesale cheating and crib
bing in tho universities and colleges .
during examinations: For year 'by
year an Increasing number of. tho
business men must be drawn from '
At Dartmouth College a board of .nd-lffSfc '
-- w few WJ WS EA11Ub UU11D1BL1UK UI ' Tr
ujviuucio m mo luuuuy iqhi wm vojuu-
teor, each adviser to havo under hfii!
charge from six to twelve members o
tho two lower classes, who counsellor
and friend ho will seek 'to become,
helping them In every way toward the
fullest and tho best use of their 'cul
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