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FOOTBALL RALLY TODAY AT 11 A. M.
ENTHUSIASM RUNNING HIGH
STUDENTS TO SHOW
RALLY TH18 MORNING.
"KING" MWkr AND "JACK" TO TAIK
i MINNESOTA HA8 A LINE OF THE
Nebraska Outweighs the Gophers
Coach Williams Gets His
Ghostball In Working Order.
Nobraska football rooters and loyal'
students' ot tho university will meet
't 11 o'clock this morning In Momo-
rial hall for a football rally. This
'will bo tho first football rally of tho
year and will servo as a sondofil for
tho football team, which leaves for
The university cadet band will be
,,at the rally and will furnish music for
Ltho occasfon. "King" Cole, varsity
) coach, and "Dog" Eager, athletic
j manager, aro scheduled for brief ad
'dresses. Several of tho football mon,
'including Captain Temple, will also
'probably bo called.
; Tho team loaves tonight for what
will undoubtedly provo tho hardest
jgamo of tho season. Furthermore,
j tho annual Minnesota game always afe
tracts more attention than any other
1 game on tho schedule, and it is tho do-
giro of tho athletic management that
every student who can possibly attend
'tho rally, to do so.
8end-off at the 8tation.
t Another send-off, and tho final ono,
jjwlll bo given tho team when they
'hoard tho train at 0 o'ciock tnis ovon:
v. hng at tho Burlington station. Tho
k jhand may possibly accompany tho
vfootball mon to tho train and evory-
!'ono Is expected to make lots of noiso.
' (Last- night's practice consisted
7 principally of light signal work at tho
Btate farm, and tho regulars were not
'(put through any scrimmage. Tho
scrubs lined up against tho varsity
and walked through a number of now
formations which will bo tried for
tho first time iirtho Efame Saturday.
The only scrimmage work of tho day
was done by the freshmprand tho
Dope from Minneapolis.
The Minnesota gophers anticipate
no snap la tolr coming clash with the
CornhuBkers., The Minneapolis Jour-
Nebraska has a team to be feared
thiB season, according io the reports
brought, back ft Minneapolis by John
flhukneohT; and Bobby Marshall, the
Gopher Bcouta who watched -the South
Dakota game at "Lincoln Saturday
" "The , CornhBukors are repotted to
. havo a strong,, heavy, fast line and a
1 ( backfleld fast enough to work trouble
some plays behind tho strong barrier;
The South ODakoanB were iheld abso
lutely safe at all times, according to
the Bcouts, and the JJebraBkans ,dld
not, In the opinon of the old Gopher
players, attempt to run up any largo
score agataBt the Coyotes
Cornhuskeri Heavier 7
"The Nebraakans will outweigh the
Gophers this year, Cloe having ran
sacked the prairie country for all of
the human freight cars he could find,
and the former Michigan,' man is re
ported as having these big fellows
jjaoving around like track candidates.
Hfv itrvhn. rtnnhfir-AmeB game was
watched by a Nebraska emissary and
there la conaideraDieiocai uuerw
to what he reporfB when he geta back
to TJncol. 'Leo Defray, the former
' itar of the Chlwigo baokfleld, waB also
preseat'at Northup field Saturday and
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY,
1b roportcd as having gono back to
Chicago to toll tho wizard of tho Mid
way" that ho had boat uncork all of
his box of tricks and set tho pot of
witchcraft to boiling and bubbling
undor a forced draft. T -
"Tho reports of Cornhuaker strength
havo had tholr offect upon tho Go
phers and today will start on about
tho hardest week tho players have un-
dotraken this year. It will bo a hard
grind witty the ghostball in ovldohco
after sundown and a gonoral bracing
up of tho play all around."
MI88 INGRAHAM PROMOTED.
.Works Two Days and Get Much
Miss Delia FT lngrahamy, who wont
to Washington to accept a position In
tho government seed laboratory, has
been promoted to an asslstantship un
dor Dr. Motcalf In iho department of
forest pathology. MIbs Ingroham had
been employed at tho work In tho seed
laboratory only two days when sho
rocelved the promotion. Sho waB for
merly follow in botany at Nobraska.
A COUNCn. OF WAR.
Including Council and Banquet Prej
Tho Executive Committee of tho
Nebraska County Option League an
nounces tho following program for
the County Option Conference and
Banquet to bo held nt tho Now Lin
doll Hotel, Lincoln, Nob., at 8 o'clock
Friday evening, Oct 14, 1910.
' Toastmastcr, Judgo John Dryden,
Kearney. . -s
Chaplain, Dr. H. H. Harmon, pastor
of tho First Christian church, Lincoln.
Master of Coremonies, George E.
Music will bo furnished by tho
Scandinavian, and Wosloyan Glee
Clubs. Tho toasts and speakers are,:
"The Legislature," Judge Goorgo M.
"Liberty," Hon. Richard L. Metcalfe,
associate editor of tho Commoner.
"Two Kinds of Outlon," Dr. A. L.
Blxby, tho poet laureate of Nebraska.
"Our Duty," Hon. John H.. Powers
of Trenton, tho patriarch of tho popu
"What County Option ' in and
Means," United StateB Senator Norrls
Brown of Nebraska.
"The Need of tho Hour Dr. I. F.
Roach, pastor of St. Paul's M. E.
'A cordial invitation is extended to
every countytoptlonlst in the state' re-
gardless of political affiliations. A
hearty welcome is extended to the la
dles. Plates at this banquet will be
fl each. Ab tho Boating capacity of
the. dining hall is Ulmted to 400 per
sons, those , desirlnga place at the
banquet table should make reserva
tion for a plato at once through the
Secretary of the Nebraska County Op
Those who order at once, making
proper remittance will receive their
tickets by. return mall. Those who
fail tovorder in time to receive their
tickets through-, the mall can secure
tickets at the County Option Head
quarters In the lobby of "the LIndell
Hotel from a:oo p. m. to 7:00 p. m.
Friday. No order for plates can be
accepted after elf o'clock Friday. Or
der by matf, telephone, telegraph, or
In person by calling at the secretary's
office, 08 South 12th street, Lincoln.
Everyone who receives thls Invita
tion la urged to be present and, to in
vite and urge at least ten other county
optionlsts" to attend this banquet ,k
will be the last state county, option
rally before- the eleetkMa.
PURDY HAS THE BEST SHOW
18 LIKELY TO LAND THE FRESH
MEETING AFTER FOOTBALL RALLY
FRE8HMEN HAVE LITTLE TIME
TO PREPARE FOR OLYMPICS.
The Sophomore Committee Has Been
Named Freshmen Must
Leonard Purdy of Boatrlco will prob
ably tlo elected president of tho fresh
man class at tho meeting to bo hold
at 11:30 o'clock this morning. Cam
pus talk gives him a bettor chanco
than tho other candidates.
Anothor candldato who has an
nounced that ho will run Is Charles
Epporson of Clay Center; William
Glllmore of Nebraska City, while ho
has not formally announced himsolf,
will likely bo nominated.
Meeting After Rally.
Tho class mooting will bo hold Im
mediately following tho football rally.
Even if tho rally holds until after
11:30, mombers of tho froBhman class
will hold a mooting, If only to eloct a
president. In vlow of the fact that
tho sophomores havo already appoint
ed their Olympics committee, and tho
freshmen do not want to lose .any
tlmo in preparing for the class con
tests. The Olympics will be hold Oc
tobor 29. '
For the benefit of any students who
are not familiar with all the university
yells and songs, the following are
printed. Take this copy of the Dally
Nebraskan with, you to the rally this
morning, so that you will be able to
learn the yells and the songs and give
them as a true Nebraska student
U. N. Rah, Rah,
U. N. "Rah, Rahr
U. Rah, N. Rah.
U. N. Rah, Rah.
Cheer for Nebraska,
Nebraska Must Win, .
Flfht to the finish,
Never Give In,
N You do your best, boys,
We'll do the rest boys, ,
Fight for the victory,
' ...Rah, Rah, Rah.
(By Professor Stevens.)
Come a-runnlng, boys.
Don't you hear that noise,
Like the thunder In the sky.
'Now It's coming near,
With a rousing cheer,
That will sweep all foes away.
80 with all your vim, r
We are bound to win ' .
And we're going to win today.
Tor Nebraska and the Scarlet,
r-or iNcorasKa ana tn cream,
Though they go throuf h many a battle
Still our colors may baleen.. '
So up then, boys, and at Chem,
For we know you are theteam,
ns 'twill always stir .-.
A Corohueker, '
The eld Seerlet ait the Cream.
OCTOBER 13, 1910.
WISCONSIN MAN TO TALK.
Professor A. R. Hohlfeld Will
dress University Audience.
Professor A. R. Hohlfold, hoad of
the dopartmont of Germanic lan
guages at tho UnlvorBlty of Wiscon
sin, and ono of tho foremost "Ger
manistoi" of America, will locturo on
one of tho following two subjocts:
"Richard Wagner as a Dramatlo Pool"
and "ImprosaionB of Modern Ger
many." Tho locture will bo given at
tho Temple- theater Tuesday, Octobor
18, at 8 o'clock. Tho mooting is freo
to tho public and will bo ono of intor
cBt to a univorslty audlonco.
ILPHA THETA PLEDGES.N
Seven re Added to List of New Fra
Alpha Thota Ohl announces that It
has pledged tho following men:
Lester Woavor, Norfolk; George T.
Llddoll, Tecumsoh; Donald Deomor,
Wymoro; Jackson Chaso, Omaha;
Fred Spear, Genoa.
Sigma Chi announces that it has
pledgod Harold Holdon of Lincoln.
Beta Thota Pi annoucea that It has
pledged Joseph W. Thompson of Don
SWENSON COMING BACK.
Former Star Debater Will Return to
High School -Inspector Reed re
turned from Sidney, Nob,, whore he
talked with Joseph W.' .Swenson.
SWenson Informed 'Mr. Reed that he
would register In tho univorslty with
in tho next ten days, and complete hiB
Swenson was ono of tho bost debat
ers that ever represented the Corn
husker school in forensic contests
and ho Is anxious to continue his law
course. Ho graduated in .1908 with
high honors, and sinco then has been
in tho real estate business at Sidney,
At tho Univorslty of Chicago repre
sentatives of the fraternities met to
consider methods to bring about
cleaner campus pblltics.
Students and faculty of tho univorsl
ty of Utah are considering the prac
ticability of Instituting student control
at that institution. -
A.4loss Hill, president of Missouri
University, takes an active interest In
the state's school athletic work. 'He
attends football practice frequently
and personally congratulates the men
When" they play well. Ho Is a fast
friend of Coach Hollenback.
Several thousand brief copies of the
Columbia University catalogue have
been sent to China for the informa
tion of prospective atudenta to the
university. The books are printed in
the Celestial tongue and werepftf
pared by Professor Hirtb, head of the
department of Oriental languages, and
A large number of the Jpohemlan
students ,of the state university at
tended the Innos band' concert at the
Oliver theater Friday evening, espe
cially to hear 'Mr. Kajetan AtU, the
famous Bohemian harpist, who is ac
compahylpg IoneaHhls season as solo
ist At the conclusion of Mr. Attl's
number last, evenlag, he waa present
ed with a large bouquet of red and
white carnations, the national towers
of Bohemia; the floral tribute being
the gift of the Koaaeasky olub of the
university. - 1
Price 5 Csntt.
HEBRASWW DIES IH THE EAST
ROBERT O. FUNKHOUSER OF LN
NEWS Or DEATH CANE UNEXPECTED
WON AME AT UNIVERSITY LAST
YEAR IN ATHLETICS.
Was a Prominent Member of Class of
1913 -Entered Princeton This
Fall With Advanced Credits.
Nows of the ' death of Robort 0.
Funkhouser wai" received In Lincoln
Wednesday. The infornmtioncame as
a shock to his many friends Ih Lin
coin and at the university. .
After graduating" from the Lincoln
high school in 1009, he entered the
university with' the members of the
present sophomore class. He was ono
of the best known of tho mombers of
tho class of 1013, for ho won many
honors In athlotics and also made
many friends through his pleasing per
Robert O. Funkhousor was born In
Omaha January 14,1803, and has lived
In Lincoln about oight years. He
graduated. fronr"4He Lincoln high
school with the class of 1909; and
while in school was prominent as an
athlete and very popular with tho stu
dents. He ,was. a star basketball
flayer and served as captaljn of v the
high school team. Ho was also a.
prominent member of the high school
football team and madejijiumber of '
records in track athletics. A
' After graduating from tho high
school Mr. Funkhouser spent one year
In the state university. While In the
university be continued his work in
athletics. He was a member of the
freshman basketball team and took
part in track athletics. He made sev
eral university records in track ath
letics, one" of them being 'that of the
twelve-pound indoor shot put
About a month ago Robort Funk
houser left Lincoln with his father, .
L. P. Funkhouser, going to Princeton, t
where he matriculated as a freshman
In Princeton university. Tho family
Ttfes'day. received a telegram stating
that the young man was llli and that '
It was feared. -that the symptoms were
those of typhoid fever. A-telegram
sent from Princeton at 8 o'clock yes
terday morning stating that his con
diyon waa serious and permission waa
ast.JI U An ati nnarntlnn. TjAMi
"","9U w v"- " r. m
?ou5 Ute5 an?th.etele?aJ!
waa received stating wai me yuuus
man waa dead.
Miss Elale Fankhouser, a Biater of
Robert Funkhouser, is a senior at
Bryn Mawr. Alter receiving the tele
gram Tuesday the family wired her
to g6 to Princeton so as to be with,
her brother. She was to have ar
rived in Princeton yesterday morning,
but probably did not arrive .until after
he waa dead. . u.
Relatives" living in St Loula and
Omaha are on the way to 'Princeton,
and they will bring the body ,tQ Lin
coln. Princeton University now has, two -
temperature . rooms
ept at :7 ''degrees: be
which can- be kept
IpW aero. These rooms , for t expert
ment In physios, are- practically the
only successful rooms of .the sort in-
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Wisconsin Unlyerslty hat. an arr ft
raagemen by which all students have
the privilege of mellcal. adylee, en '
and medlcjine at the rate of , ier
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