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THE DAILY HKBRAKAN
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Tim pgorBnTY of
TUB UNlVWnTY OP NDBRABKA,
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THE BTUDWKT EUDMCATION BOAMJ
Editor ' 1 1 1 i C. J. LORD
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Aasoolatft JMIter..,. ..T. J, HAIIORAVB
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NOVEMBER 3. 1010. """
Everybody owtl Got a torch nnd
saow the tenia thnt every student Is
behind them, body nnd soul.. Show
them that wo hnve tho real spirit nnd
Bhow tho men of the foot bull squad
that the students nre behind them
win or lose. Wo, want them to win,
nnd so get out and Join the procession
tonight. Tho team needs your pros
enco, tho university needs It, nnd you
need tho spirit of the rest of tho students.
"On to KniiBnB" Is the right slogan
It Js typical of the spirit thnt wlns
Tho rooters who go to Lawrenco will
hawkers (hat NobraBku Is "thero nnd
ovor." Th'o support of n few hundred
yelling .students on u foreign footbull
Held does moro to give tlio gridiron
heroQsjj.tiio fighting spirit thnn nny-
the nsc of education, anyway? All thnt
people are on oarth for Is lo add a fov
trimmings to tho Inevitable bread nnd
butter, and to sot up a little furniture
In the care which their ancestors
niRdo their home. So why study?
"Of course a mnn needs enough
arithmetic to Ilguro'the Interest on hlB
note for sixty days. He should be
ablo to spell tho commou words of
business. Somo knowledge of geogrn
phy would not come amiss. But this
business of wasting yenrs In study
lug history, economics, philosophy,
biology, Latin, Greek or what not
"What difference does it make
whether tho Bun goes around the
earth or tho earth around tho sun?
You go to work" at tho same time
every morning, no matter which goes
around. Why wnste time lenrnlng how
tho planets aro formed? Thnt won't
help you sell goods. Then there Is a
wholo barrel of nonsense in college
speculation over God, nnd destiny and
eternal llfo and tho constitution of
niatter. What's tho use? Somo chap
has said that his idea of happiness
was to go out in tho fields with a
friend, Ho on his back, look nt the sky
thlng olse. . So go if you can.
let minor reasons stand In tho
Glvo tho team a good send-off Thurs-
which he hns planned to stop the Go
pher attack. Tho line-up in the signal
drill was tho snmo ob in tho North
western game, with the exception of
Pierce, whoso plnco at gunrl was filled
by .Murphy. Plorco hnd boon laid up
In bed since Saturday nnd it will bo
severni dnys before the big guard's Jrjb
J u red hip will have mended sufficiently
for him to get Into tho game.
WILL PUBLI8H PROGRAMS.
Electrical Engineers Preparing List
The university branch of tho Amer
ican Institute of Electrical Engineers
will soon publish a list of programs
to bo given this year. Tho list will be
sent to studont nnd assoclato mem
bers graduates and to others lntor
ested in the elcctricnl field. This
oranch hnBsUeen established by the
International bureau of electrical en
gineers for the purpose of interesting
studouts in electrical engineering
work and fitting them for tho presen
tation of papers beforo technical soci
eties. The organization is not only
helpful, but it- also affords a social
meeting plnco for electrlcnl engineer
ing -studentss All -electrical-engineers
nre- Invited to the open meeting, a list
of which will bo published later.
far as these Impractical higher cduca
tion folks get. If a man wasn't talk
Ing abbut God hoviulght be planning
something really worth while how tp An amendment to the constitution
make a pile in wheat or how to gat, lot' tho Brown Athletic association
rlil of somo common stock to ndvan- requiring that nil athletic players
tago. woar brown stockings, Iiob been de
"You can never get nnywhero by feated.
DRESSY COVERINGS FOR MEN
day amVjoJha tho rooters' special Fri- going to college. -MoBt millionaires
day night; and show Kansas that we
have a- sqhopl here that thinks aB
much of Its 'football team iib they do
" 18 THIS RIGHT?
' Tho .following 'editorial is clipped
, from tho Kansas City Star:
"Nochargq lsmado for reproducing
tho followIngadvortlBement or a Vol
ume uyan enterprising rhicngo busi
ness man: .
:, A Live Wire on Higher Schooling :
:..t, ; ItTV Crno's New Book :
: ' (331 Pages) :
: Showing he.FalJacy of All Kinds :
: of. Higher Schooling.
i Foi Sale byvall Book Stores. :
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.'That; thV stuff U Stop this higher
schooling. Shutrup'the colleges. Turn
"thenmlversltles Into' factories. What's
don't know Iatln and never looked
insldo a book of philosophy. What
tills country needs is moro million
aires. Put every boy and girl to
work at 14. Then you would' see tho
United States of America begin to
At KnnsnB University the student
council has undertaken an nntl-grart
campaign, aiid purposes to eliminate'
lucrnttve positions in the school,
BADGERS IN "GYM" PRACTICE.
All University organizations are re
quested tosend in announcements
which they desire to have published.
Real Winter Weather Prevents Squad
from Working on Open Field.
Madison, Wis, For tho first tlmo'
since tho opening of the season tho
Badger squad did not practice at Camp
Randall today. A combination of rain,
sleet nnd snow rendercd'thd field lin
practicable for anyHtlmr-of work nnd
Coach Barry assembled tho men In the
gymnasium for signal drill, Ho ex
plained to the players tho defense
S Tll fr,
The football team will bo given a
big send-off Thursday at 30 i). mm.
Torches .for the parade will be on sale
at tho Nobrnskan office Wednesday
and Thursday from 10 to U a. m, anil
3 to 5 p. m.
Football gnme. Nebraska vs. Kan
sas. Aal J.avvience, Saturday, No
vember n, - v --
A meeting of the University Agrl
cultural qlub will bo held Siturdqx at
8 p. m. In tho Temple.
Tho Kearney club will meet In the
banquet hall of tho Temple Saturday
at 8 pr m.
The Komensky club will meet Sat
urday at 8 p. m. at 219 South Twenty-,
,v Classes. - t ,
Senior breakfast will bb held Satur
day, "November 5. Students to take
cars at Ninth nnd O strootB nt G:30
Hon. H. W. Hardy of Llncohr will
speat at coAvocatlon this morning at
"bllm Alice Howell will glvo an Inter
,pretatIqY Tftjidine; of "Jeanno I'Atc''
in the T)pipW, Saturday f p. m.
Work Called For and Delivered StndenU Work- a Specialty
Open Saturday Night AU Night WOLFE & YOUNG
s . ,
- Suits Cleaned and Pressed $1.25'
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON B0NS
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For Lunches Put Up for Parties,
also Ice Cream and College Ices, and
Fruit Punches Call at
, 1307 O St.
The nlyrslty of Nebrntka urges all young people, who can, to
take a four-year high school course and prepare to enter college.
Some, however, cannot spend the time required by tho high -school
and college courses. For the benefit of these, the University estab-'
llBhed, a number of years ago, the
School of Agricultures
which admits those who have completed ,
The Country Schools
. cultural.. BQtanyjjnd. -Chemistry. Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Domes-
tic Science, Farm Machinery, Farm management; Farm Veterinary
Courses glvGn in Practical Agriculture, Including Agronomy, Agrl-
Practice, Horticulture and the general branches.
Registration at the University Farm, starting October 31, 1910.
NEW TERM STARTS
NOVEMBEFf 1, 1910
I For informatlonfddress A. E. Davlason, Principal, Tho Unl- . I
verslty Farm, Lincoln, Nebraska. I
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