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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
'THE rnOPEUTY OF
TI1I0 UNIVERSITY OV NEBRASKA;
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OCTOBER 11, 1010.
Good morning, Froslunon.
havo a good night's Bloop?
Now that the rtiBhlng hcusou is over
tho fraternity men hnvo their honor
system to work on.
Talk about your rooting! Ceuuine
Nobn.Bka spirit was hIiowii at tho
game Saturday. That Is the proper
Idea. Show your spirit. Get up en
thusiasm. Nebraska Is always In the
Men of the university are enthusi
astic about debating. Since univer
sity women nre barred from athletics,
I why do they not take up this line of
iwork. to win honors? Here 1b n field
for Uio women. Men. look to your
InurolB if the women declTTe to de
bate. At last someone has contributed to
"The Forum." This Is what we have
been looking for. Come again. '
The Y. 7U. C. A. is ono of the best
organizations In the university. Sup
port a worthy student enterprise.
Join the association now, and help
DOGGY CAPS CLflp
FOR CAMPUS WEAR UUU
placo Nebraska nt tho head of tho
list of upiversity Y. M. C. AJs.
Have you corrected your addresa?
"If not, do so at onco. Tho university
directory is made up from the ad-
dreBseB In tho registrar's office. It Is
essential for tho records to bo correct
to mnko tho directory a success.
The studont and faculty tlckols are
stlll-on sale. Thoy will, however, be
withdrawn soon. If you desire to at
tend all tho rest of the athletic
ovents of the year, buy a ticket at
The university glee club deserves
.tho sunnort of tho entire studont
body. Starting last year with only
past memories as a basis, it has de
veloped Until today It upholds tho rep,
utatlon of Nebraska standards.
A few knockers wore at tho game
Saturday. Thoy found delight In criti
cising everything that hopponed. Ne
braska supporters folt as though theso
persons wero a nuisance. Thoy wore.
If thoy are students they "should bo
kicked out; If LlncolnUos, thrown
Tho football team leaves for Min
nesota Thursday .n!ght. It 1b up to
.every loyal rootor to give them a
"send off," A, genuine "send off"' and
nothing else. No half-hearted busl-
Ptaf. G. D. Swezey
"The Eruption of Krahatoa"
hohb about UiIh. Wo nro going after
the GophorH in tho noxt gamo and no
49 to 0 scoro will roBtilt. Nobrnsko
Iiuh a football toatn tnlit 1b a football
team. It 1b up to men and women
of tlp unlvorflity to show tho Scarlet
and Cream herooB that we are with
thoin, In victory and dofeat. It'B up
to you to bo there
INDIANA SURPRISES STAQG.
HooBlers Defeat Maroons for the
Chicago. James Milton Sheldon,
pupil, conquered his old master Sat
urday at Marshall field, when Indiana,
for tho first tlmo in Its history, defeat
ed Chicago at footbnll. The score was
C to 0 and the victory was an earned
ono without the semblance of a fluke.
It Is true the maroons scored on
touchdown, which was disallowed by
the ofllclalB on account of tho hold
ing, but the Mldwayites wore out
playodd in the latter stages of tho
For the first three quarters of the
game, the teams were tied at 0 to 0
and then just at the beginning of the
final quarter the 'Hooslers executed
two clever forward passes and scored
the only touchdown of the game.
TOUGH FOR THE TIGERS.
New York University Proves Strong
and Holds Princeton Down.
Princeton, N. J. Although playing
the first game of tho season, New
York university's football eleven
proved a much tougher proposition
Snturdny than Princeton expected and
tho Tigers wero lucky to win without
being scored on. Tho final score was
12 to 0. Tho New Yorkers used the
forward pass with telling effect four
timea, gaining 100 yards In this man
ner. Prlncoton was successful with
this ploy three out of four times, the
first forward pass from Pendleton to
Dunlap resulting In a touchdown. New
York frequently threatened Princeton's
goal, onco losing tho ball by Inches on
downs within n yard of tho Tigers'
goal. Summary and scoro by quar
ters: Princeton G G 0 0
New York ; ,...0 0 0 0
MICHIGAN, THREE; CASS, THREE.
Yost's Men Are Not Able to Do -Anything
Ann Arbor, Mich. Casa sprung a
surprise on Michigan Saturday at
Forry field, holding Yost's men to
ono field goal and scoring ono them
selves. Lawton, for Michigan, booted
the first in eight minutes of play from
tho Cass twenty-flve-yard lino,
Cass ovened it up In tho second pe
riod when 'Hellar put tho leather be
tweon tho posts at the start of the
second quartor, after Twltcholl had
made a fair catch on tho thlrty-thrco-
yard lino. '
Michigan did. not attempt tho open
stylo of play until tho last period and
could not gain consistently.
Coach Stagg of Chicago has revived
his old friend, tho ghost ball, again in
his endeavors to whip tho Maroon
players Into shape. ,
II A. M.
To the Editor of the Dally Ne
hraskan: In an announcement a' few days ago
of the coming freshman class election
I noticed that It Is to bo "conducted
by the president of the Junior (clasH."
By that I. Infer It Is the custom for tho
junior president to act as chairman
of tho meeting.
It appcurs to me that this Ih un
called for. Not that I wish to criti
cise any practice of the institution,
but why cannot the freshmen be given
tho same privilege in holding their
meetings, choosing their officers and
transacting their business as Is given
tho other classes? What we, as
freshmen, do at a class meeting can
certainly he no affair of the junior
claBs. WJiy, therefore, should wo be
compelled to transact our matters of
business through the "president of tho
Perhaps we need the advice and
guiding influence of an experienced
"pollticinn," but if there is n member
of the freshmen class who thinks his
classmates and himself need tho as
sistance of a junior in holding a class
election, he is not a loyal member of
the class of 101-1. There would bo
vastly more satisfaction to the fresh
men In choosing from their own num
ber someone to preside than in pass
ively allowing n junior to take things
out of their hands.
If the freshmen are Incapable of
holding a meeting all by themselves,
well and good. Then let junior,
senior .or whosoever -will, step In
and run things to suit himself. But
If thoy are nble, ' evon desirous, of
holding their meeting without outside
interference, why not let them do it?
Fellow freshmen, wouldn't It be a
good Idea to overturn an undesirable
"BILLS" 1415 O ST.
tradition and show that wo are able
to worry along by ourselves?
All University organizations are re
quested to 6end in announcements
which they desire to have published.
The Y. M. C. A. nnd Y. W. C. A.
will hold a joint social Saturday, Oc
tober 15, In the Temple.
Tho third university girls' tea will
be held Friday in, tho girls' rest room,
Tho Y. M. C. A. midweek meeting
will bo hold Wednesday evening In
tho association rooms.
Tho Y. M. C. A. membership cam
paign w.111 closo Wednesday night.
Sophomoro election will bo hold at
11:30 today in Momorlal hall.
Freshman law class will moot In
U309 at 11 o'clock today to elect clasB
Football, Nebraska vs. Minnesota,
at Minneapolis, Saturday, October 15.
Prof. G. D. Swezoy wll) speak at
convocation this morning, subject,
"Tho Eruption of Kragatoa."
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