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THE bAlLY NEBRASKAN
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TUB UNrVMRilTT OF NBBHABKA,
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OCTOBER 12, 1010.
(Freshmen havo stated their idoaB
""-rai a university custom. What do you
. ' think about it, upper classmen?
' Nebraska's Btono wall is as solid
as ever. Will Minnesota butt hor
vhead against It? Walt until Saturday
Kansas is weak this 'year, at least
so tho dpposters say. Nobraska stu
dents, however, think that tho thought
' of the scarlot and cream will scaro
the Jayhawkors into strength before
xnaay tnoonB. Whoever hoard of Kan
as belag woak, to say nothing of bo-
' llerlag it?
,' ;as .the Y. M. C. A. got you yot?
If they haven't go ovor and join and
move the hand on the clock a notch
Bearer to tho 1,000 mark. Nebraska
'seeds' it Why keep tho Cornhuskor
iioaoei ttow being first in overy
Why do you fellows pay $4.00, $4.SO
and $5.00 for your classy Tan Drill
Shoos whan I am showing such da
liclous stylos at '
'The South Dakota players certain
ly showed themselves up in their true
light "when they constantly wrangled
wipx the'reteree?" It tho players think
they cam rum the game, why havo of
ficers. High school Btudents might bo
expected. to do things of this sort, but
S0B90 dirty playing on tholr part aB
. Highest Grade
$25 to $50
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woll as trying 'to talk up to tho rof
eroo nover wins any games for a
toam. Bo men S. D.( be men.
Class politicians aro a suporsti
tlqus group. Thoy fear tho move
ments of thoir own friends. Tho ox
pootod dark horso yesterday did "not
como up to tho bettors expectations.
Why spoculato? Things como your
way when you aro on tho right sido.'
Tho action of the, university authori
ties in conceding to tho desires of
tho Btudents and allowing thorn to
havo a football rally Thursday should
receive Iho coimmondation of overy
university man and woman. Now 1b
tho tlmo for ovory student to show
tholr appreciation of tho action of
tho unlvorsity oxccutlve as woll as tho
Nebraska is a broad school, and
whon tho unlvorsity authorities re
spect tho dcslroB of tho studont body
on a thing liko a football rally, it is
only fair to thOBo who havo charge
of university affairs to thank thorn
for what thoy havo done to help tho
men and women of tho studont body.
Porsonal thanks is not what tho
faculty mombors want as an apprecia
tion olt thoir efforts. Thoy want every
man and ovory woman to bo present
at this rally and show In this way
that tho students and tho faculty at
Nebraska aro ablo to work together
for tho best Interests of tho school.
Now, altogothor, "three choors and a
tlgor," for Nebraska and her faculty 1
At Kansas university tho first bear
story of tho baskotball season 1b out.
Tho students aro already deploring
that no moro of tho last year players
aro in school. Also It is said In the
KanBon that the "wise ones predict a
physical breakdown for Tommy John
son, tho onco famous star."
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All University organizations are re
quested to send In announcements
which they desire to have published.
The Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
will hold a Joint social Saturday, Oc
tobor 15, in tho Tomplo.
Tho third university girls' tea will
bo hold Friday in tho girls' rest room,
Tho Y. M. C. A. midweek meeting
will be hold Wednesday evening In
tho association rooms.
Tho Y. M. .C. A. membership cam
paign will close Wednesday night.
Chomlstry club will meet at 8 p. m.,
in the chemistry lecture room Wednes
day, October 12.
Tho Platform club will moot in the
MubIo hall, Tomplo, Thursday even
ing at 8 o'clock.
A mooting of tho engineering soci
oty will bo hold this evening at 7:30
in M. B. 106.
Football, Nebraska vs. Minnesota,
at Minneapolis, Saturday, October 15.
Monster football rally, Thursday, 11
a- m" Memorial hall.
'FroBhman election will be held at
11:30 Thursday In Memorial hall.
Tho S. V. I. hospital at Iowa City
is to bo enlarged in tho near future
by the erection of a now wing.
Tho executive committee of Stan
ford University has agreed to advance
$150 annually in traveling expenses
to varsity debaters.
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