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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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EDITORIAL ftTAFrV ,,r
JMlter ..,...., C. J. LORD
Mono!; BUer,,.t O. T. LIDDBLL
AAssoelate JMIter., wlVX JIARORAVJB
AweJAte.JMItor A. XI. DINSMORB
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AMUtahi Manacer V. O. HASCALL
"CiretiUUe Manager. .0; C, BUCHANAN
;4llUrlinel lualneaa Offleei, "
AMINT, ADMINISTRATION LDQ.
Peetettlee, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
FULL DETAILS OF THE' GAME PUBLISHED
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will be charred
for att)e fate of 10 cent the insertion
far eVeryWUeti words lorifraetlon 'there-'
ef. , Faouljr notices .and Unlveralty bul
letlna will daftly ibe, published free.
Entered at tha-ijoatofflcn a.t Lincoln.
Sebraaka, as aecond-claaa mall1 matter,
Ker thAet of ConsTess of 'March ,
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innewta v.. Nebraska
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AeVertyfments ,fr, .the, vyant. column
aheuUf fca'left at the buelneea efflee, bate
mertt Administration .building, between 10
a. ,v Hl IX, m or between 2 a. m. and
' Caeh.muM.aecempany.atKardere far ad
vertWnf, at .the rate ef ten cents .fer each
, WHoawarei'-fraetlori thereeft.the tlret
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.,,,jani,'dplrll;vof th'o true Nobraaa
dtrttuifled erery iWuskor.
',;Hu iV-bteii instillod Into tho foot-
"tHjlljtswn. .Indeed It has. For proof
waltthe' .feaulta of the gathe thti
.afiermoba. , ,,
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'j ' 'jteimlta of ith.e'Y. M." C'..;A.-mem:
berahlp campaign show that' tho men!
6l1itiit JJniyeralty. have a working in-,
tereavjn student aouvmes. Buttblp
is Bot(con4ned to tho men. The T
W. ;0. .A.emplbymont bureau Is an
.example of this fact.
The Japiendld football team that we
'have7 this -y ear deserves tho support
-of the students as a whole. Student
and 'faculty tickets will soon be taken'
' oiBL'saloj and then you will lose your.
chance to support .-athletics of all
.kinds' In thecheapost way possible.
ho said the "Dally Nobraskan
dldnprln(,aiiithe nows all the time?
We do as far as it is possible. Fac
ulty members have become embittered
against ',us becaiiso wo do not dovoto
ike iBterests of tho paper to the in
had" a full supply of reporters. 'Wo
have thtm still, biitWo never see
them. Drop' into the office once id a
whilo, boys, and get acquainted.' And
by the' way, if ydu have any news
W might be able td use it, but. It-
you 'have' nohc Well; "there afo morel
than a dozen students in tho Univer
sity. THE GAME.'
Today--Nebraaka 'jtlays tho first
hard game) qf the season The con-
testa with, Minnesota , are always cru
cial one. Away from home on an .un
familiar gridiron, .among a icrowjd
Vhich is supporting the oppouents of
the Cornhuskers, Nebraska will have
to tight as she will have to fight but
once more .this year. r
r2?o matter -what the result of the
,game may be, the we;arers of .the Scar-
letaad Cream represent Nebraska,
and W should "cheer thesj.onto vic
tory through-the rest of the' season.
If we win today we should welcome
our teamhack -.with ; open' arms. If
we lose, -we should greet them as vie
tbrfous heroes. 'For victorious horoos
they are. They may lose thp game,
T)Ut nevertheless Nobraska spirit, rep
resented in 'the Nebraska team, will
.have won a victory greater by far
than any won .on tho gridiron a. vlc
tory of manliness, and of high moral-
the life of plants but" all of -tho older
botany, Hjatudonts ' .who t.studled , tho
standard botany Jext written by Gray,
cannot fall to realize the important
place which he occupies in the TJlstory
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ALL SOULS CHURCH, UNITARIAN
CORNER H ArfO TWCLTTn STREETS
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Mlnlitcrr -'
Services 10:45 A. M.
All student, .re cordially Invited to attend it, V-.
. ' all pews 'Are free
Sunday, October 16, Sermon Subject: "The Discovery ef Qtd'
JQINT SOCIAL TON IOHT,
LETTERS OF QREAT VALUE.
Written Ho Dr. BetMy by Asa Gray.
DrCharJeB,JB3.JBessey, head profes
sor of 'botany in 'the "University of Ne
braska, is the possessor of a valuable
Y. M. C. A,n4 ,Y. ,W. . A. teEnr
Tonight tho, big party of the ?. jl
C. A. and Y. W. C. A. will be givep.
This ' promises to bo ono of the .big
affalra of the .fall. jByery year tho.
wo associauona giveono. JolnMftairt
This (jrear( however, it is tljp, dealt? to
have several -of these socials. .Last
ye.ar the, entertainment took the part
ofLa Christmas party.
The evening will ;be devoted ty the
main in getting people acjualntcjl;
Several stunts have been arranged
with this end In view. A program
will be furnished, so that everyone
attending may meet a. Jarge numbpr
of persons. Everybody is urged to
All University organizations ,are re
vested to .send, .In announcement!
which they desire to have published.
Tho Y. M.C. A and, Y. W. C. A-
will hdld a joint social 'Saturday, Oc
tober 16, In tho Temple. x
Football, Nebraska vs. Minnesota,
at Minneapolis, Saturday; October ,16v
The Tegner society will meet Sat
urday nignt in tno Temple.
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toroBts'pf 'their department. We want
to- bV ifairV Glve us nowa that is
sews and We' will publish it This is
ar riewspaperjof the University, not an,
adyertlslag sheet for any one depart
ment Mucht criticism has been
heaped upen jourr .heads becaufio we
apparentlyirfavor (certain departments.
We'eib'Bot'dcle'it intentionally, and. if
any member- of ''the faculty seeks to;
criticise. or Taction lnthls .matter
we would feeHmucnmoro amiable If
they. would talk to us. about If Instead
otyrldicullBg (Qtlr .work in a public
manner. . :
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At the 'feegianiag of tho year we
package of letters written, to him by
the great botanist, Asa Gray. Gray
was probably the greatest botanist of
the nineteenth century. The writing
is very poorly done, in fact It is the,
hand writing of a great man, and
great men seldom have time to pay
much attention tto the way, they make,
their letters, when writing letters.
The letters will bo Toad, so Dr.
Bessey states, ,at a meeting 'of the
Sem. Bot in the near future, when
they will celebrate the one hundredth
anniversary of the birth of tho great
botanist, Asa Gray. Most of the1
younger botany students do not recognize-how
onuch Gray did for the
advancement of knowledge regarding
Noted Wisconsin Man. to Speak at the
Prof. A. R. Hohlfeld, head of the
department of Germanics In tho Uni
versity of Wisconsin, will lecturo in
the University Temple, Twelfth and
It fttreo(6, Tuosday "evening, October
18, at 8; 00 o'clok. iHls subject is,
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xue uiverany 01 weoratKa urges all young people, ;whp &. .to
'take a four-year hitm school coursn nnri nmnnw ,tn Wii!-.,-,
iflome, howey((, cannot spend ithe Umer .required by.lk'ec-JUattV'00i
anfl college "courses. For tho benefit of these, tho UnlverUy, estab
lished, a (number of years ago, tho '
BCHO.OL OF AGRICULTURE
School of Agriculture
which admits those who .have completed j
The Country Schools
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iV. I B,VQa ,n ractcai Agriculture, including, Aofny,fr.
culturar.Bbtany and Chemistry, Animal Husbandry, itiWfigU
m 8clehce, Farm Machinery, Farm Management,' FarVr Sar?
Practice, Horticulture and the (teueral branrhpn ,k.. i uMr
Registration at the University Farm, starting" OctoW'W'lWO.
NEW TERM STARTS
NOVEMBER 1, 1910
For information address A E. Davieson, Principal. The Uhi-1J
verslty .Farm. Lincpln,. Nebraska,. , 3J3
"Impressions of Modern Gorraany."
Students and the public generally are
cordially Invited to hear him.
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