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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1910)
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Vol. X. No. 26
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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, OCTpBER 29, 191.0.
' PANDEMONIUM REIGNS
80PH0M0REB WIN THE FIRST
EVENT' IN OLYMPICB.
;.J' ALL READY FOR THE "BELL RUSH"
BLEACH ER8 CROWDED WITH CO
ED8 AND UPPER-CLASSMEN.'
Each Class Confident of Winning
m. Chancellor Avery and Dr,
LARGER PORTION OF 8ERQEANT8
OTHERS NAMED AT THE (AMP
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Ruby, (or the sophomores, won the
first round of the. light weight wrestl
Ing by throwing Gnnthor In four and
War is rnglng on tho battle field!
While the -Dally Nebraska!! la bolng
printed tho annual class fight be
tween the freshman and Hophonioro
classes Is being staged at tho. athletic
field. Tho clash was" scheduled for
nine o'clock this morning and prob
ably will last until after oleven
Pandemonium reigns!" The froHh
men are anxiously waiting to Wear
their nobby class caps and tho sopho
mores iK-e-4ilunglng like fire horses
to hold their dignity, and at thojame
time put the freshmen out of the run
ning. Great excitement on the ath
letic field! Freshmen and sopho
mores are valiantly fighting to see
which class can. establish supremacy.
The excited girls who had planned
"tp comeout In full force to choer
their favorites on to' victory" forgot
to come on time. Some of 'them wore'
In the bleachers when tho first event
XQS started and the boys are hoping
, to sco more of them prosent When
the boll rush, the spectacular clash, is
pulled off. But -what will thoy think
of the boll rush?" thoiboys ,are ask
ing themsolvoR. Pandemonium will
Chancellor Avory, Dr. Condra and
Geo. M. PInneo aro- reported to be
visitors at the games. J? T. Maxwell
of Omaha and Bud Kerns' of Fremont
Judged the boxing and wrestling con
tests. Enthusiastic students, galore,
aro witnessing the many ' contests.
The events will probably last iintll-
nearly twqlyo o'clock,; Last year tho
free-for-all rush did' not come off' until
after, twelve o'clock, Cheers from tho
Atheltitf field penetrate tho print Bhop
as the Dally goes to press and
. Pandemonium- reigns. '
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JEAM8 RICKED; . , .
The debate try outs Friday
night resulted as follows: .
First Annual 8oclal Function of the
' Upper Classmen.
The annual feed of the senior class
will bo hold on Saturday, November
5, bolng In tho nature of a breakfast.
These breakfasts held during tho
senior year are for various purposes.
The main purpose Is to increaso class
spirit and friendliness, and afford tho
Upper classmen a chanco to becomo
better acquainted. .Lastv year the
members of the senior class journeyed
to tho woods west of the asylum, but
this year the committee has arrangod
to spend the morning In tho peniten
The annuar.breakfast, which will bo
held one vfeek from Saturday, will be
the first senior affair of Its kind this
yoar and It Is urgod that every senior
bo present. Coming aa it does in the
morning, there will be nothing to
lessen the attendance. The break
fast Is planned so as to afford an
excellent qpportunity-for tho members
of the class to becomo better ac
quainted with each other early in tho
school year and In this way al) tho
othor affairs that tho class may hold
will bo more enjoyed,
Tho breakfast will bo held in tho
penitentiary woods, located about one
half mile west of tho penitentiary.
Special cars will leavo Eleventh and
O streets at G:3o o'clock for the ac
commodation of those who wish to
attend. Tho committee promfses that
there will be plonty to eat and. that.
everything will bo furnished for the
breakfast. Varloud forms of contests
have been planned. For the winners,
of theso events liboral prizes will be
offered. The tlckots for this event
may bo purchased of any of the fol
lowing committee mombors. The
price is 35 cents,, which does not in
clude carfare.. Tho members of the
committee aro: W, H. Plasters,
chairman; Grace, Richards, Mabello
Davis, V. T. "Wolvlngton, and Herbert
COMPANIES ARE READY FOR PER
6lx 8ergeants Appointed In Each
Company as Well as 8lx Corporals
8ome Vacanvles Filled. '
J. CYMcLafforty, J. V. JohnBon, TV A,
Company K: Tp bo third Borgonnt,
M. C. Hargrave; to bo fourth Borgonnt,
Jb. j. ureon; to bo fifth .sorgoantfR. S,
'Howard; to bo sixth, sorgoant, C. I
Yoohum; to bo corporals, W. U Ross,
H. H. Harmon, Q. A. Graham,- 'll, yf
Hunklns, M. Colbman.
. Company M: To bo second sergeant;
E, Huwnldt; to bo third sergeant, R,
H. Kelner; to be fourth Bergeant, A.
W. Dewey to be fifth sergeant, C. O.
Olive; to bo sixth sergeant, L. Rhodes;
to bo corporals, H. W. Markward, d:
Wood, A. C. Kennedy, C. Trlniboll, B
J. Moorman, (3i E. Wobster.
Price 5 Ctnts.
Positions Open for Qpod Instructors
In High Schools.
Two positions In prominent high
schdQls in tho open to the right par
ties. Dean. Eordyce of the Teachers
college" announces that at the present
time a position, commanding a salary
of $80 per month, as principalis, open.
Ariothcr- Job; In one of the high
schools is open for a Latin teacher
This position Is the head of tho Latin
department and a salary of $Go per
month coes with it. All information
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regarding; these positions may he set
curoci ai-tne ueans omco.
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'C. C. Rein, 1913, Loup. City..
(3. N. Foster, law, 1911, Ster-
A. R. Raymond, 1911' Falr-
-' Q R. Mann, 19f2, Llncofn, s ,
J, T. Votava, law 1911, Ed.
holm, , '
B, C. Marcejlui, 1911, Lincoln.
A, M. Oberfelder.1911, Sid-
C. L. Clark; 1,912, Lincoln.
WHERE THEY PLAY.
Norttywesterq, at Wisconsfri,
Illinois at Purdue.
Butlet at Indiana:
Michigan at 8yracuse. , .
Harvard, at Army.
Princeton at Dartmouth.
Carlisle at Pennsylvania.
Williams at Cornell.
The fall, appointments for tho cadet
rogiment woro, made Thursday evon
ing. The announcements woro chiefly
pf the lower non-conmilssioned ofllcors
of the regiment. The lino ofllcors and
the company officers wore appointed
last spring at Camp Dean Sherman,
which was hold at tho rifle range near
All appointments of non-commlB-sloned
officers bolow first sergeants
and commissioned Ofllcors vno(. already
appointed, which wero read to the
cadet regiment last' night, aro as-fol-lows:
To bo first lieutenant unnBslgried,
fl j. Kotlar.
To bo second lloutohant E. Should
Ing, company D; C. L. Clark, company
To bo color sergcait't J. Morrison.
To bo regimental quartermaster ser
geant C. T. Moon. ..
To bo battalion quartermaster ser
goant G.. F. Walker.
Company A: To bo third! sergeant,
J. E. Orlmmlson; to be fourth ser
geant, K. F. Kramer; to bo, fifth ser
geant, E. R. Nafzlgor; to bo sixth ser
eaant, A. C. L-indsfrom; to bo corpor
als, O. R. Cone, K. Kolls, R. J. Innoss.
L N. Carr.
Company B: To bo second sergeant,
iP. T. Bliss; to be third sergeant, G. C.
Sheldon; tct bo fourth sergeant, K. C.
Merryweather; to bo fifth sergeant, J.
XJ. Sclmltz; td'bo sixth Borgonnt, J. H.
Juinn; to bo corporals, C. M. Candy,
F. E. Carloson, E. J. Krauss, V. D,
Smith, A. D. Munger, G. A. Walker,
Company C: To be second sergeant,
G. W. Gossard; to be third sergeant,
H. Cotton; to bo fourth sergeant, F.
IS. Bates; to bo fifth sergeant, G.
Montgomery; to bo sixth sergeant, E.
P. Hodapp; to bo co.rponilB. O. W.
Cone, E. W. Cutcosky, Jr. M. Fishwood,
R. M. Frost, I. A. Montank, A. E, Bio-
Company D: To bo third sergeant,
Thad E. Saunders; to bo fourth-sergeant,
V. A. Andrews; to bo fifth ser
geant, A. F. Keith; to be corporals,
S. T. McCaffory, E. O. alker, E. L.
Goldsmith, C. U Relnfc.-B. Patrick,
RO. Black. ' ' ,. ,- -
Company I: To be second -sergeant.
L. T: Gramllck; to. bo third sergeant,
W. W. Wenstrand; to bo fourth Ber
geant, H, Shaw; to be fifth sergeant,
R. S. Boynton; to be sixth sergeant,
H. W. Spraguo; to bo corporals, U G,
Ulchty, L A. Bechter, J. R. Loomis,
FLORY DEFEATS' PARKER.
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Weaverllng and Flory Will Play for
. Flory defeated Parker in tho last
match of the soml-flnaU In tho Unl
verulty single championship tennis
tournament, by a scoro of G-3. -4, 0-0.
This Just about closes a tomnamenL
which received moro unlucky strolcoB
than any other tournament ever
pulled, off at NobraBktff
Tho match botwocn Flory and
-Parker was trot very exciting, tho
weather bolng'nlmost top cold for tho
players to warm up well. . Through
out tho match Flory had things nearly
all his own way, bolng u much
steadier plnyer than Parker. Most of
his strokes woro woll placed and had
tolling effect Parker's serve, which
is hla' best stroke, failed him In tho
Inst sot. Without It he could do noth
ing, und lost tho set 6-0.
Weavorllng, who won . the other
match of tho semi-finals with G.ood
body, will meet Flory toduj; at 1
o'clock. The "dope" In this match Is
nearly all to Weavcrllng'a favor, espe
cially to those who havo seen him
mnnipulato his buck-hand. Lawford of
late. Flory Is a very steady player,
though, and may spring surprises If
SOPHOMORES GET SIGN.
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Colgate at Yale.
Washburn at Kansas.
Minnesota at? Chicago.
Ames at Ipvya.
Oklahoma at Missouri."
Princeton unlyeVpIEy haslwppsy
sics. experimenting rooms with con
stant, law temperature of four de
grees pelow s;ero, ,
The annual, short story contest has
,ben, inaugurated at llje TJhlversItyof
Cftlifprnia. The pIzeBabe a Uv
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Freshman Advertiser Hoodwinked by
A small claBh occurred on the
campus yesterday between' v fw
rnqmbors of tha two jowar, classes. A
small negro boy, who was carrying
a "Freshman-rally" sign; was stopped
by two second-year men, who asked
him Inquiringly: "Did our freshman
prosldont hire you to carry thut
"Wall, no, guess jde man wasn't no'
president, but a big fellow ho waB.
Ho done told me dat-aff any fellers
bothered me dat some of you fresh
men would protect me?'
"That's right, and. we'll do'lt, toq,"
retorted one of the sophomores. ' "Who
I printed -tlio sign? Gee, but It's a good
one! Let's see It a minute?"
The sophomore soon hhtl possession
of the cardboard. Quickly it was torn
Into two pieces, and found a resting
place In' the Inside coat pockets of
the second year classjnen, The deal
with tho negrp boy ended more'
.abruptly than It had begun. When
I the boy reported the affair to his em
ployer, a '.hurried search was made,
but the the sophomores had escaped.
It was a "sign" which last year
caused tho famous "Wnr.ot the cow
bells?' The 1914 classmen did not
attempt redress, but decided to save
their energy for the Olympics.
moot, ior .1 neir Evening mpai, , i.,'".i
But Will, pay Their Own Iw$ll
-. Expenssj .jmTM
Nebraska and Doano will clnsh In R; ' -9ti
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iooioau game on isoorasKa now un,
afternoon, immediately after tho game
betweon tho Lincoln nndOmnha high
school toams'. The high school game
will bo called nt2 o'clock,
One admission will bo charged for
both gamos. Student tlckotn ar good,
aB at regular games. Interest In both
games Ik at a high pitch and tho at
tendance Is oxpected,to he the largest
of tho scanon, --Every
member of the Cornhusker'
team Is In. 'good condition. Jerry
Yarner( who. was. slightly bruised up
during, tho Denver game, Is back tu
form, nlthougiit ho may bo saved for
tho Kansas, gamo and not go In to
day. The. regular llno-up may bo
slightly changed today and a fow of
the substitutes glvon a try-out, as
Kansas Is tho bird tho Cornhuskers
aro anxious to snaro.
Daane Is Strong. .
Donne copies today with bno of the
strongest toams tlioy have had.Jn
years and ,win Undoubtedly put up a(jqB':
Is one or the, most Important on the,
Doano schedule "and tho Croto eleven
will likely put up its best game of
(ho reason. v
Tho high, school ganio between Lin
coln and Omaha has attracted ho
small amount of attention among Uni
versity students, tho majority "of
whom will bo out rpotlng for Lincoln'
Both Lincoln and Omaha havo pow-1 ' ' ' JjjJft
orful teamti this yenr and both are .' .
In U10 Running for the state "high ?;,'
school championship. And on, top of- ' ''.l
this, the Lincoln and Omaha high
School football teams huvo been bit
ter rivals, with tho big end of tha
deal In LlncolnV-for the past few ' ,'
yenrs. Under such conditions the
gahie today should ho evon mofrJ
exciting than, the Nebraska-Doane.
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SubEtltute'-for T,rahilng Table.
The Cornhuskers are planning. a
substitute Tor the training table they:
cannot Imye;. Arrange rnonts are tliat
during "he football season tho Corn- A
buskers shall, meet each evening for ,
tho avonlng meal, paying their own
expenses and thus violating no pro"
Visions of .the. Missouri Valley. Con
ference ruling. Thp conference rulg
forbid training tables, but there, IsV)
nothing which prevents the members v
Of a (enm gathering foithelr .meals'
as at a boarding club. ; . ,
It the plan Is adopted It will glvei,
the coach an opportunity to tallc .ov'ar?
plays and formations with the play A
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ment regarding, examination, Oct, 31.
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- Tbfe hftircutting brigade at Indiana
s how in full force andtnV freshmen
are . In mortal .fear of, losing their;
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A bulldiag fdr,r'eeearobaad study.ia
advanced philosophy ia, being, erected;
ers which he would, not otherwise;
have. Whereas now the players sel
dom get together excepting on the'
football fieldJiavlng very littlq time),
tp talk things, over among themselves,;
and the new arrangement will make.
It, possible for them tp. argue footballj
questions to thejr owjj eatlsfactlpn.
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