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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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OCTOBER 13, 1910.
It is a difllcult task to express
In words how dooply wo fool tho
loss of our formof schoolmate,
Robert O. FunkhauBor. As a
mombor of tho class of 1013, ho
had endoared himsolf to all' who
know him. With his bright,
8unny"tUspoBlMon, with His inex
haustible Bupply of good nature,
and with tho manliness which
characterized nil his actions, ho
won friends both in tho univer
sity land In tho high school. Al
ways strong physically, his
doath somes as a great surprise
to hlB largo clrclo of frlenda
who know and admired him for
his strength of purpose and tho
high Ideals which he always
stood ' fqr. In behalf of tho
mombers of tho class of 1913
atid'of tho university as a whole,
wo extend our sincorcst sympa
thy to his parents and relatives
in their bereavement.
FELLOWS: Get accustomed to drilling past Budd's at 1415 O
and note the window, and the kind of Shoes, Hate and Furnishings he
offers; Budd is an old time Beta and knows what you like to wear.
We quoto the following from tho
editorial columns of the Dally Prlnce
tonlan, as "being of Interest to all col
"There is presented to the freshman
a vast array of undergraduate activi
ties, one of- which ho should choo'se
and thon 'make good.' But this brings
up tho rjuestlon, What does tho hot of
"making good" consist oT?'
"To 'make good' in a certain activ
ity, of course, needs no definition. But
'making good' m'collego means more
than success in ono thing, whethpr it
bo in athletics or debating or dra
matics of publications or 'religious
work. It means more than making
good with the men in his class and
winning his way-to popularity, al
though popularity is mlstakably reck
oned an infallible standard of success.
"A an 'example of what we mean,
' ife cite the conversation of two alumni
regarding a certain, classmate:
""Why said one, 'surely John can
fcave not trouble In getting a good
foflitlon. He knew every' man In col-
' kaew him. ' .
every nan in college
'So the idea of popularity, and hav
ing a large circle of. acquaintances
ioea not spell succjmw,
''After the seniors at the beads of
-the various organizations in college
jfcaa spoken to the freshmen on the
activities they should take nart in,
''President Wilson began bis' address
fcy'.ealling to their attention a fact
that had been so far oyorrookod
that they had como to Princeton be
cause It was an educational institu
tion. A man does not 'make good'
unloss ho studies and trains his mind.
This is tho most valuahlo opportunity
collogo gives. Yet to succeed in stu
dies alono and neglect all othor inter
ests would bo failure
"What then iait to 'make good'? It
is lo recognizo tho relative Import
ance of all tho phases of collogo llfo
and to enter into them all to tho
right extent 13ut how Ib tho undor
graduato ablo to reckon things at
their truo worth? Tho answer 1b that
ho is not ablo. But ho should uso his
own judgment, and not bo swayed by
opinions and standards ho knows are
wrong. Ho should keep his head. He
should dovote hlmsolt to cortain
things moro than to others, but ho
must doyolop harmoniously body, bo
clal traits, morals, and most of all,
mind, if ho really 'makes good' in col
lego." Professor H. A. Ovorstroet of the
University of California has accepted
an appointment to tho full professor
ship of philosophy in tho College of
tho City of Now York. Ho succeeds
Professor McNulty, who died two
A sorles of lectures on journalism Is
bolng presonted at the University1 of
Minnesota by a prominent representa
tive of the' press.
fUnivorsity of Missouri freshmen are
compelled by the second year men to
carry suit cases for upperclossmen
and sophomores as they arrive on tho
The sophomore Olympics committee
will meet today at 11:30, immediately
after the football rally, In room 106
University hall. All members are
urged to be present, as Important busi
ness will bo transacted. The follow
ing members were appointed By Presi
dent Sears: '
H. B. Coffee.
F. G. Clark.
43. F. PHILLIPS,
Tho Syracuse froBhmon were suc
cessful in hoth class rushes this year.
The BubJecVofferod this year to the
students of Stanford University in the
Bohemian contest 1b, "The Ethical As
pects of Intercollegiate Rivalry."
, Iowa will Introduce inter-department
fQotball rthls year. Director B. O,
Schroeder 'says that many, football
players of good calibre are brought
under the eyes of the coaches that
way; -players who might never at
tempt to play the game at all.
Down In Idianola town where Simp
son is, they have "pep" meetings in
stead of mass .meetings as they do at
II A. M.
&' Isy'vS r
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All University organizations are re
quested to send In announcements
which they desire to have published
Tho Y. M. C. A. and Y Wr-C. A.
will hold a joint social Saturday, Oc
tober IB, In tho Tomple.
. The third university girls' tea will
be held Friday In tho girls' rest room,
The Press club will meet in U314,
tho junior law room, Thursday at 11
a. m. Important business to transact.
The Platform club will meet in tho
MubIo hall, Temple, Thursday ovon
ing at 8 o'clock.
University tennis tournament com
mences today. Entries to bo mado at
Football team leaves for Minneap
olis today at 0 p. m. oyer the Bur
lington. Football, Nebraska vs. Minnesota,
at Minneapolis, Saturday, October 15.
Monster football rally, Thursday, 11
a. m., Memorial hall.
Freshman election will be held at
11:30 Thursday in Memorial hall.
Hlltnor Bros., Florists, 118 So. 12th
St PhonoB Auto 1894, Bell 330. Choice
roses, carnations and chrysanthemums.
Wo solicit tho university trade,
A NEW REFRAIN 8UNG IN LIN
COLN LAST WEEK.
Adown tho breeze ring happy cheers,
As students tell in youthful way
Tho story that has marked for years
The opening day of football play.
With fluterlnjr" flags and ribbons
The grandstands as a garden glow;
Fair, faces, with bright eyes alight,
Rise decked with ribbons, row on
iw- r i
JEhe, frreaihjPLfrojtJiLin the air;
Red blood runs riot on tjus day.
Ah I What pure" joy! What raptures
It is tho year's first footballfrayr
Aesop Up to Date. --:
This was at a lire. The building oc
cupied by a comic weekly was being
destroyed by the fell demon. It was
a hopelesB case. In the crowd was a
well-known, humorlBt He had more
than' an ordinary interest in the .disas
ter. He had jusUeent in a batch of
comicalities and hadn't received his
pay for them. "Canft yon get gome f of
your men to savo my Jokes'!" ho ap
pealed the fire chef. , ,
"Nope,", replied the chleX ,ryou don't
expect us to pull your chestnuts out of
tho flredo youf'r-Troy Standard.
T1, Where Did She Come In?
; Tour divorce came out all right,
Mrs. Brassey. I congratulate you on
"Yes, but it came qff the Jay of the
big fight, the aviator 'accjdont in
France and that preacher's elopement
What chance did I have?"
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