Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1910)
THK DAILY M1BEAIKAX
V -V . 'v-
V it.", ?
fcr a.--.- -
THE DAILY NEBiUSKAN
u-: S Z J
, -TWIT FMOl'HWTY OF'
THE UNIVHRilTY OV NHDftA8KA,
v y.KOlTOrtlAU STAFF. '
Kdltof.V'-.. A. ..!..., C. J. LORD
MRHmriMflMltor,.r......O. T. LIDDKLL
Asseolatr IMltorr. ,, .TVrS -HAHOnWH
Awoelfite lMltor., A. H. DINSMORE
. BUSINESS STAFF, r .
Manager i.Mc.V ,..... Q. C, KIDDOO
AwtotAjit lRHnK6r.M.V.'0. HASCALL.
Cl.'UJHtlh MflnK(ir..C. C. BUCHANAN
, r i,i-' , ,i i, i i I. t
.' .Mlttfrlsl and Butlnott Office t
ASKMKNT, ADMINISTRATION BLDO.
MPtstttflte,! Station At Lincoln, Nfcb.
SUM0Wljn"lON PRICE, 2.00 PKR YEAR
f J" '. Payable In Advance
iltnita CqpIO, 6 Cents Each. ,
SW. ViYelephonei-Auto 1888,
Niiht Phsnt AUtO 1B88J AUtO KOtWJ
.. Bell 1123.
iNbivibuAL Notices will bo charged
Jor .ntjUht :WUo or 10 punts tbo liujartlon
. for 'every fifteen words or f motion thoro
,bf. Faculty, notices and Unlvoralty bul
lot(nH?wlll -gladly, bo published frco.
'Entered at' tho poatofllco nt Ll'hcoln,
NobrisKa..art .sccondiClus.il mull .muUqr.,
under the Act of CoiiKrovs of March 8,
k 'AdVerllaementf fbr the want column
ahould'be left at the butlnen office, bate
ment'!'AlmJnUtratlon bulldlno, between 10
ant.vand 12 m., or between 2 p. m. and
XaiK mut accompany all ordera for ad
vertising at the rate of ten cents for each
fifteen wore or fraction thereof the first
, ihWtienf hree Insertions twentyflve
- cents five Insertions fortyxentsi,
...-v., i ,,,. r : 1
, ,' ' OOTODER 18, 1910.
-I.OwJhfl to circumstances which arose
the Dally Nebraa(an extra for Satur
day was carfcellc'd. Promises had been
made by both city dallies that no tx
tra weuld be published. Early Satur
day' afternoon both papers announced
extra editions. When .the result of
the game was announced one dally
. withheld Its extra the other was pub
1 1 Shed.--On account of having as com
petitors the city papers the Nebraskan
' 'extra was cancelled at 2 o'clock Satur-
"' day afternoon.
Talk about nerve. Tho sophomores
cWtalhly have It. Thoy will elect of
cors today, bofore the juniors have
"vnad-a chance to "Bnoak un'
k Tho ki?oll of football for 1910 is al-
' ready hoard in tho distance. Fall
track, fall .tennis, croBs-country run-
slng and baskot ball appear and make
ttemselvc's, acquainted. Tho numerous
. kinds of fall athletics may bo taken as
. an excuse' to abollBh football entirely,
tho first thing tvo know.
"' , Reports Kao It that Illinois beat Chi
cago Saturday, UVc aro sorry for
4'Chl,!' but w.o altio feel lik.o extending
tbe glad hand, to Illinois. However,
the CorahuskorB are grinding away to
win fprenBlc honors from Illinois Dc-
FOR MEN Budd'$ advice is liways be dePended uPn' bi" $1-50 Per
.ctustit is tried out beforehand. I Me a sock, u K n
n y i v hat you are lookln f or' Mercerized Li$,i' and yu !fi J J;
U II L I cannot wear out six pairs in less than six months. 1 4 1 5 - 0 - o T .
"camber".'4 'Eerhaps we can, revenge
'-!' i a . ' i ' ni.i
i that'S-'to d. deqa,t for you, Chicago
." NortlwiiteVn has adopted Uhls slo
rtoj WVU'-pt hpoblor skirts on Chi
cago. Frhaps w,hon Johnnie Mc-
Govora, .adds -a new fall hat, to" North
waatent'' ..contribution, Stagg ' will
-want tcha,Bje football Jp a "ring-
Seven kuVdr;audon,t8 bado the
"team Gob aptf4;Not even seventeen
ra.'aaeml9jedto fkomo them back. A
"worthy tribute, to, thesofforts of the
men attempting ".uphold the honor
of the university pa, tho gridiron. Don't,
', try to explain. It.lp evident mat a
large percenvago oi ia enwouw u
suffering 'from something besides too
-mucu tmuiUBiaem, -,
The football game Saturday wob an
example of -bj?t one thlng. That Is
tkat Chicago conference ooT15all Ja
.kead; ,pf Iwoiiri Valley football.
yt tkla, ahout Jier la hard; to say.,
, sNaikA.rf,eBtrd upon this great
fpa'teat at; true Nebraska, .ipn. Tey
' fQUghrvallaVtlK ani'los fSTimt
amy. wa cam p. Mlnnesotaba .t
beat team, and the' best team 'win.
j x-rwp ui ivuiv aiiuuiu wui uuy
'"'rT"""" r v . ( "l-'i-,"W- . --r -fH?r ,-y vr '"-tf-i-
nl"WSBflfflWS1"nirriTnff"WBEB3BniffiS?g'r'ii i' ' flr,ii'il'fSlr-J -'"SlSSgSBBtaM'3y.,i""'.yy'7.
boon ao largo. Porh'dps this might,
rliavo happened and that might have
happonod, But tho Nebraska game
with Minnesota will go down In his
tory as a defeat for tho CornhuskorB.
Ton oars from now tbo scoro wftl not
havo changed, but tho cause and' effect
will havot.pas8od nway, aa a dream
Nebraska students .should bo truo Ne
braska men tho samo as the football
horoos woro and never say die. Stand
up for all thero Is In tho sohool. Lib
tie things like this Is what count In
tho ling run. It Is up to tho men and
women of tho unlvoralty to rally
around ono of thCbestttonms tha Ne
braska over had, and support it.
Cheer for them, yJll for them, do any
thing that .will show tho twenty-five
men of the football Bquad, that tho
student -body Is with thorn heart and
soul. For tho sake of 'all that you
wish to hold dear as momorles of Ne
braska spirit -novcr lot tbo football
team return to Lincoln wlthdut a re
semblanco of welcome whon they have
mot dofoat on a forolgn gridiron.
TEQNER 80CIETV MEETS.
Organization of Swedish 8tudents Hold
Tho Togner Society met Saturday
evening for the second time this sem
ester. Tho attendance showed a
healthy Increase over tbo previous
Tho speaker of the evening was
Prof. Carl C. Engberg, who in fluont
Swedish spoke on tbo urgency .of
studying Swedish. . Prof. Engberg ex
pressed tbo bopo tbat many might
tako advantage of thq opportunities
presented by tho Togner Society, also
that a goodly numbor might Boizo-tho
opportunity to tako tho Swedish
courseB offered In tho. university,
Further numbers on tho program
wero piano solos by Miss Leonora
I Lane; a recitation by Mr. Joseph
I ii.-i- ,. .." o...Jlu i n
AlexlB, instructor ip Swedish, and folk
songs sung by tho Boclety.
Former Member of Class of 1913 is
Burled Irt Chlcaqo.
Tho jjqdy of Robert O..Funkhousor,
who died ,nt Princeton last Wednes
day, arrived in Lincoln Sunday at'
7:05 a. m. The body was accompanied
by Dr. Louis Funkhouaer of St. LouIb
and & Bister, Funeral services wore
hold at Holy Trinity Episcopal church.
Deceased was a crosB;bearer at this
church. when at home, and he waa
fbufled'ln his robe.v
Following the services the body whb
taken to Chicago, where Interment
was held -In Rose JIU1 cemetery.
The class of 1914 at .Princeton adopl-
ed the following' resolutions: -. ,
Forasmuch as it hath pleased God
in. his all-wise- pfovldonceto' remove
from- ui pur 'beloved classmate.,, and
;WereM ovrjcwss in ni unumeiy
death kafuJ(F'd a.CTeat arid keenly
lesvea, ni we, pe ciasa or jyn.
xj to4ht family our deepest sym--
patny in meir grci nurfujir un uv ijl
?rJH1r ' x,s . , , i-,.t n , rt t
' Ti -..A tXZiit. jnlBa rt ilinbn ruitnlil.
(WBUiycU lUfll MXfium y eniqw.,v..i
ii A. M.
v . . -
Jit SS -' -
tlons bo printed in tho Dally Prince
A. DALL, III., Prcsl'doa't.
H. B. WALLER, Vlco-Prosident.
W. O. DUKE, Secretary.
, For tho laBB,
All University organizations are re
quested to send In announcements
which they desire to have published.
Convocation, Tuesday, 11 o'clock,
Memorial hall. Hon. J. P. Hartman of;
Seattle, Washington, will .be thtf
At convocation Thursday, October
20, there will bo a big football rally.
Dramatic club try-outs will bo-held
Thursday, October 20.
Prof. A. R. Hohlfold, head of tho
department of Germanics In the Uni
versity of Wisconsin, will lecture In
the University Temple Twelfth and
R' streets, Tuesday evening, October
18, at 8:00 o'clock. His subjectjs,
"Impressions of Modern Germany."
Tho sophomore class will meet at
11:30 TOday In Memorial hall.
Football, Denver vs. Nebraska, Sat
urday, October 22,
Traj:k team men will meet at 11
o'clock this morning In tho gym-
Basketball mon will meet at I
o'clock today In tho gymnaoium.
1913 TO MEET.
Second Year Class to Eject Minor
At a, meeting of tho sophomore class j
tbiB morning Im Memorial hall, the
mjnor ofllcers will be eleoted and com
mittee appointments announced by
President Sears. A, "report? will bo
heard from the Olympics committee.
Thocommltteo aro anxious that all
men who are Intending to bo candi
dates for the wrestling and boxing-
contests begin training, without delay.
There will bo some Important business
to transact regarding tho approaching
Olympics. Sophomores are planning
for an organization which thoy bopo
will prove a stone Avail to tho freaV
CHEMISTS TO MEET.. . ,,
Nebraska Section to Assemble Satur
day, October 22.
The Bixty-fi'rst, regular meeting of
the Nebraska, section of tbo American
Chemistry Society will bo hold In the
chemistry lecture room Saturday, Oc-J
toner zz, at 8 p. ra Dr. C, F, Crowley
.Wil.spoak. His subject Is, "A Co'n,
ixitmi of tbo Natural Resources of Ne-
lH:Pryh TEbae.of the
rmvmv v- .unw'vBi
,-.:.ri -.' visi.-r-t - sj- -w-s - -v - . i.i-. vijjajijiiijsssj
T.'.t ;T ,i'rz.f L 'L-TriAti.iti iii ifti..wiJMfa!aBMhJailMSWSBSlSMSMSlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSM
Work Called Fbr and DeUverod ' SttadeteJvtofkBpeciaUy
, ' ; tfitodaor Siiltorliim
OpoVriitnntay Night All Nlghi WOLFE & YOUNG.
Soiu Cieanedlncl Preseed $12 ' PrbeedCOc
Auto472o ; , r '-. ;, BcllF2292
For' Cunches Put Up for Parties,
also Ice Cream, and (College Ices, and
' Fruit Punches Call at
THE FOLSOM, 1307 O St
FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES
Ws Want Your Coal Ordsrs. Give Us a Trial Ordsr.
1106 0 STREET AUTO 3228 . BELL 234
T y pA
ALL MAKES SOLD OR RENTEP,
Rent applied on purchase price. ITwo year.wr'itten jniar-
antee with every machine sold. Distributers New' Model, 3L m
C. Smithy Bros, visiable. Call or write fbr catalogue and "
special price list , , ..
Auto Phone 2080. Bell Phone 1299.
B. F. SWANSON CO., I&c.
H3Sp. 13th St., Lincoln, Nebr. '
SW " W mm V. J .
IV tf m WmJMMA2LKKL2XABBKKE.ZZA
Tho nlverslty of Nehrntka urges all young people', who can, to,
take a four-year high school courso anO prepare to .enter college,
Some, however, cannot spend the tlmo required by tho high, chaol'
and college courses. For tho. lioneflt of these, the Unlvorsjtyi OBtab
llBhed, a numbor of years ago, tho ''-.',
8GHOOL OP AGRICULTURE Jj
which admits tlibsfa who havo completed
' .. THeCouiitry Schools
, Courses gfven In' PractlcaL Agriculture, includlnggronomyi. Agri
cultural Botany and Chemistry', Animal Husbandry, Dairyings Domes
tic "8clcnce Farm Machinery, Farm Management, Farm Veterinary
Practice, Horticulture and the general branches. .
Registration at the University Farm, starting October .31. .1910,
: MEW TERM STARTS
NOVEMBER 1, 1910
'For information address A.
versuy jfarm, Lincoln, NourasKa.
TEMP trfc THEATltE
a p; m.
RHONES ? ' '
iri t & r -s-
AND BON B0NS
? t -
V - J
E. Davissdh, Principal,'' The rtjiil-
'':?. y r f '
, . fi
"V l' " '
ftmRVr'fe'-iA .-W-'. ittCM':'.
' A i
Ji "' I
I '' A. I
I- ? I
u ' r.Vf.. i
- U a -'i
. , r I I
Powered by Open ONI