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OCTOBER 14, 1910.
A rally that was a rally, this was
tbe 'sentiment oxprcBBed on tho cam-
' Has nnVono soon anything .of tho
'man that said Nebraska was not going
to havo a football team this year?
At -Princeton thoy havo been hav
ing 'troublo ovor conflicting dates.
-J Several evehts oC importance have
'beenschodulcd for the same evening.
'Try the calendar system -wo use at
""Nebraska, It works fine.
Wo saw tho bravest man in the
"'world yesterday, no walked across,
thai campus apparently unaware that
-he attracted any atentlon. But he did.
For, on hid manly hend ho woro &
Minnesota rooters hold a rally to
day r to .arouB0 tho entbuslasm of tho
teamamd Jtssupporters. Tho Minne
sota Dally says that the game with
Nebraska, is considered tho turning
polrityoit ' tho Benson. Perhaps when
the Cornhttskers got through with the
, GfbphcrB .it may be more than a turn
ibg point., Nobrarika hopes that It will
bo n 'jmemorial occnBlon for ovory
CornhuBker rooter who went with the
.-.,.,. T ,, .WHY?
, Not ajl'ag or, a bit of bunting of any
.Kind was displayed from any of tho
university buildings Wednesday in
honor df Columbus day. Tho formujl
latlonQf . a movonlent or this kind
should receive, tho support of the uni
versity, at least, nmongtho Btudents.
A small pevcontago of tho men and
women on tjio camnua kijow that n
- day ,of greatJmportance in a historical
way was passing. Last year on ono of
thogrcnt national holidays not a flag
was even raised) oyer University hall.
Wouldn't It bo better to show a little
appreciation ottbose things. Tho
jmlverslty stands for true citizenship
anda degroo. of patriotism. Univer
sity; spirit is a gwat, actor in the cnl
vtivatIon, of patriotism. Another holl
day Is coming .Boon, Let "Old-Glory"
,float from tho staff on the tower on
THERE ARE OTHERS.
X "Fussing?' may be-all rlgljt In Its
pjaoe, But ther are 'places whero It
Jf,Tho TftUy Northwestern has- tho
right Idea when- It says editorially: !
Nowadays, when Manley, )Vard, or
Johnson, of any of. tho others, are
., carrying tho ball it riM;onouhLtp
Blckex4ihein U. think that uptthero In
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FULL DETAILS OF THE GAME PUBLISHED
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tho grandstand 'men' aro commenting
upon them, perhaps languidly, to their
girl companions. Sonio say, Jl cheei
hard enough oven if It am taking a
girl But when tho toam, down thero
on the gridiron, tenso for tho fight,
looks up at tho grandstand to be
thrilled and norved by a solid mass of
encoring fellows, instead they see a
gay 'and charming sceno of fluttering
ribbons nnd vivacious small taTk
'fussers and co-eds.'
"Tills doesn't moan that wo don't
want tho girls. But thoy can conic
alono or Jn parties consisting of glrlo
alone. Tho Ideal Northwestern girt
Bhould scorn an invitation to go to a
game, and should toll tho man.who
asked her, to go with tho otfior fellows
and ho a man, and that she would
tako care of horself.!'
FIRST BULLETIN OUT;
Scientific Work In Agriculture Devel
oped In Philippines.
Dr. Bcsscy has received tho first
bullotln of tho college of agriculture
of tho Unlvorsity of tho Philippines. A
new era has dawned in tho Philip
pines. Farming has rcacbod'tho stage
in th6 iBlnndB whoro tho organization
of a collego for tho study of scientific
agrlculturo has becomo expedient. The
University of tho Philippines was au
thorized by tho United States congress
in an act passed Juno 18, 1908. Thin
enactment authorized tho governor
general of tho Philippines "to estab
lish in the city of Manila, or at the
point ho may deem most expedient, a
unlvorsity which shall bo known us
tho 'Unlvorsity of the Philippines,' tho
same being organized as a corporation
of $5 and
under that name.R A"hoard of regentB
was prdvided, defining tho responsi
bilities and duties of tho members. .
Tho university Is composed of three
collcgC8, the collego of agriculture, the
colloge of veterinary science, and' the
school of flue' arts. Tho agricultural
school Is located near the village of
Los Banos, tho school of fine arts in
tho city of Manila, and tho college of
veterinary sclouce will be opened dur
ing the winter--of 1010-il- Fifty.flve
students attended the collego of agri
culture during its first term, 1009-10.
Juno 25, 1910, was observed as Arbor
day at the collego.
Read all about Saturday's football
game In the Daily Nebraskan Extra.
TENNI8 TOURNEY 18 ON.
Contestants Are TRinning Out and
Winners Are Picked.
The annual tenniB tournament for
the University of Nebraska is now
speeding -full forco. The scoro board
which ijt first' looked bo formidable to
tho contestants has already begun to
narrow down to the, ''doped" and
"picked" 'winners. Some of the en
trios, which wero Jate In arriving have
been added, to tho board.- This in
spires rsomo of tho lucky amateurs
with a possibility of, xomalnlng, In tho
gamo Just a "Httio bit longer."
Tho tnaJtohea as played today aro as
ollowa: Wako defeated ,Bunting, T'"
4l.; Thompson dof dated, Hornby C-3,
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Ma ' i -3 . . -
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&; Oborfoldor defeated Harmon,, 0-2,
8-6; Floucry defeated Haggart, 10-8,
6-0; Hiltnor defeated Cusack, 75, 6-3;
Kakjer defeated McConnell, 61, 8-6;
Andrews defeated Btryker, 61, 64.
Y. M. C. A. GETS 540 MEMBER8.
Solicitors Are Confident that Sixty
More Can Be Secured.
Tho Y. M. C. A., after tho last mem
bership feo has been recorded, offici
ally announced tho campaign results
at 540. With at least sixty last year
members who held off from tho .cam-,
paign solicitors, but who will undoubt
edly join tho association presently,
tho managers aro confident that at
least GOO will bo reached by tho "end
of tho week. In vrew of the fact that
another membership campaign will be
"pulled off? lator, in tho year, although
It will be of much shorter duration
and probably of tho contest typo, Sec
retary Der Kinderen still' asserts that
the 1910-U goal of 1,000.1s not unat
-FACULTY LADIE8 ELECT.
Flrat Meeting of the Year Held Wed
The first meeting of tho faculty
ladies' club was held Wednesday af
ternoon at tho homo of Mrs. Avery,
200 Washington street. The .follow
ing officers were elected: Mrs. Avery,
president; Mrs. Wolcptt, first vice
president; Mrs. Brenke, second vice
president; Mrs. Fosslcr, 'third vice
president; Mrs. Almy, cecrotary-treas-urer.
The mon of tho faculty enjoyed
a buffet lunch with tho ladies at the
close of tho session at 5:30.
Tho Engineering society will hold a
smoker tonight at the Delta UpBllon
house, 1305 R street. All students in
tho engineering collego are urged to
Read all about Saturday's football
game in the Daily Nebraskan Extra.
All University organizations are re
quested to send in announcements
which they desire to have published.
Tho X M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
will hold a Joint social Saturday, Oc
tober 15, in tho Templo.
Tho third university girls' ten will
bo held Friday in. tho girls' rest room,
University tennis' tournamont com
mences today. Entries to be made at
Football, Nebraska vs. Mlunesotn,
at Minneapolis, Saturday, October 15..
Tho,PalIadI'an Literary society will
meet tonight In tho Temple.. t
Tjio XJnJon Litqrary society will.
meet tonight, in tho Temple.
The Jegnor society will meet s Sat
urday bight, In the Temple.
k. . Class Elections.-.
. Senior election will boheld at G;3fT
Friday aftorrfoon In U:lu0,
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The nlverslty of Nobrntka urges alf young people," who can,' to"
take a four-year high school course nnd prepare to enter college.
Some, howovep, cannot Bpend the time required by tho high school
and college courses. For iho benefit of these, the UrilvorBity estab
lished, a numbor of years ago, tho
SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
School of Agriculture
which admits thoso who have completed
The Country Schools
Courses given In Practical Agriculture, Includirig-Agronomy, Agri
cultural Botany and Chemistry, Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Dome
tic Science, Farm Machinery, Farm Management, Farm Veterinary
Practice, Horticulture and the general branches.
Registration at the University Farm, starting October 31, 1910,.
NEW TERM STARTS
NOVEMBER 1. 1910
For information address -A. B. Davlsson, Principal, The Uni
versity Farm, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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