The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 04, 1910, Image 1

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EXCURSIOlST TO KANSAS
FOOTBALL MM LEAVES FOR
KANSAS III A GLAZE OF GLORY
600 HOWLING UNDERGRADUATES
WAKE UP THE TOWN
Monster Torchlight Parade Held as a Means of Showing
Gridiron Heroes that Students are
After the Jayhawkers
OFF FOR KAN8AS.
Chaucer Rathbone
Shonka Minor
Harmon 8turmer
Collins Freltag
Hornberger Swanson
Elliott r Ray
Tmplo Elwell
Lofgren Seidef
Warner Russell
'O. Frank Gibson
E. Frank Anderson
These are the men who left Inst
night for Lawrence to battle with the
Jayhawkor8'"for tho Missouri Valley
championship. And these are the men
-who-wer-paradod from -tho campusta:
tho depot by a band of students num
bering nearly GOO, and given a send
off which will long bo remembered as
one of the liveliest demonstrations in
the history of the university.
The parade was well worth seeing.
and hearing to say nothing of being
one of tho torch-bearers, livery one
of. the 300 torches was in use nnd
many students who were too late to
buy one resurrected souvenirs pf by
gone parades and increased the num
ber of blazes to nearly 400.
Made the Town Ring.
Stretching out over several blocks
the long lino of students made tho
town ring with university yells and
football songs and mado most of their
clothing smell like a kerosene factory.
However, a littlo thing like that mado
no difference. It was worth spoiling
a suit of clothes to be there.
The crowd had gathered at the cam
pus by 8:30, and from then until the
parade started, about 9 o'clock, there
was one continual jubilee. Chancellor
Avery took his part In tho celebration
by hiring a man to ring tho TJni bell,
ami its frantic donglng supplied an
accompaniment to the yells, songs and
general noise which had somowhat the
same effect us 100 male voices "sud
denly taking up an air sung by a
female choir. The chancellor also sent
down ah order for .rope for the carry
all, and it arrived just about the time
the crowd was wondering how the
tiling was to be propelled.
The march led east on R street to
Sixteenth, then-south to O, west on O
to Eleventh, south on Eleventh to L,
.east on L to Sixteenth, north on Six
teenth to O, west on O to Ninth, and
north on Ninth to the depot.
Clima at the Depot.
At the depot the send-off reached ittf
climax,' The "torchlsts" packed the
apace on tho platform around the
CornhUBkpra' train, ,car roofs serving
as reserved seats, and then demanded
that each pf tho twenty-wo men in
the squad make a speech. They
Bpoke.
The burden of their brief remarks
VIA UNION PACIFIC
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UNIVERSITY pF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY,
was that every man who goes In the
game will strain his every nerve to
win for Nebraska. Every man in the
squad was Btlrred up to tho fighting
point that knows of no defeat. They
know the students are back of them
to tho bitter end and that knowledge
is sufficient.
As each player stepped to the front
of, the truck-platform he was given a
thundering cheer and as each In turn
assured his fellow students that he
would do his part In the game Satur
day he was cheered again.
Tho demonstration was continued
until the train left tho station. As it
mtlln.l ulourlv nut Intn tlm ilni-knaoo
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LawayIromihfi-.glare of the0oii
more torches, tho throng of students
gave one last mighty cheer. The stu
dents had done their part. It is now
ip to the Cornhuskers to do theirs.
Practice at Kansas City.
The train left at 10:25, to arrive In
Kansas City early this morning. The
team will stay in Kansas City today,
going to Lawrence tomorrow morning.
This afternoon the coach will take
his men out for an easy warming up,
tho last thoy will have before the
game,
Yesterday afternoon the practice
consisted wholly "of running signals,
the coach taking no chances of his
men being bruised up and in poor
shape for Saturday.
Big Crowd Leaves Tonight.
A record delegation will leave for
Lawrence this evening on the special
Union Pacific train. Up to last night
the number who had signified their In
tention of going had almost reached
the limit and only few reservations
were loft. However, if it is Impos
sible for all to be accommodated in
one train and the number wishing to
go is large enough, the Union Pacific
may rurt tho special In two sections.
Any who decide today that they can
go are urged to notify the city ticket
ofilce at the earliest possible moment.
The special will leave Lincoln at 8
p. m., arriving at Lawrence early Sat
urday morning. The return trip will
start from Lawrence Saturday night
at 11 o'clock. The train will consist
of standard and tourist sleepers and
chair cars. The round trip rate is
$7.50.
Notice.
There will bo a meeting of the
Mathematical Seminar Friday, Ntfvem
ber 5, at 4:30, In room M302. Prof.
Davla will give a report on Minkow
ski's Raum und Zelt.
H. T. JOHNSON,
' , Secretary,
The total enrollment at Chicago
university thlB year is 2,410, nn In
crease of 70 over Jast year.
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SONO! S0N6SI SQN6SI
Tune "Just Because It's You, You,
You."
Just because you're square, BOY8.
Just because you're true.
Nebraska we are loyal,
And we're strong for you.
Keep our goal from danger.
8maBh their line. Get throughl
That Is why We love you,
Just because you're
U-U-U-N-l
Ver-Ver-Ver-slty
N-E-Bras-KI
Oh-Oh-Oh-My.
Tune-
"My Wife's Gone' to the
Country."
The Nebraska boys are playing,
Hoo-Rah, Hoo-Ray.
They'll do their best
To take the rest,
That's why we feel so gay.
Oh, Kansas just so easy,
Hoo-Rah, Hoo-Ray.
They'll take the scalp,
With the rooters' help,
For Nebraska today.
Brannon.
Tune "He's a College Boy."
We must take old K. U.'s measure,
Boys, we are not here for pleasure,
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We'll defeat them.
We're going to win today.
8how them that you are all right,
boys.
Hit their line with all your might,
boys.
Make them fall, boys.
A stonewall, boys.
You are our football teaTn.Sl
We'll cheer for the Scarlet and the
Creanv
Chorus '
8carlet and the Cream,, , , r ' '
We'll defeat Jayhawk, ' N.,
We'll win In a walk,
We'll come home to tell.
That we simply gave them well.
NE BRAS KA.
We'll cheer our football boys.
For Nebraska Is all the noise.
Fight them, boys, and don't give In.
For from Kansas we must win.
Because we are Nebraska boys.
(In the chorus, sing all but the last
word twice, and then sing the full
line.)
Tune "WHat's the Matter, Father?"
What'o the matter with N. U.7
She's all right!
What's the matter with our team?
Watch them fight!
Kansas thinks she's awful strong,
But wait till we put her hobbles on.
What's the matter with oxir team?
She's all right!
What's the matter with Kansas?
She's all In!
What's the matter with Kansas?
She can't wlnl
We'll lick her so bad she'll never forget
We'll put the hobbles on her yet.
What's the matter with Kansas?
She's all In!
What's the matter with our. bunch?
', They're Just swell
What's the matter wth our bunch?'
Hear them yell!
Way up In heaven, way down In h I
They'll hear the echoes of our yell.
What's the matter with N- U.?
8he beats Kansas! '
K
NOVEMBER 4, 1910.
Tune "Down In Jungle Town."
Down In a Kansas town
There lives a Jayhawk of renown,
And when he meets the Cornhusker
team
There will be an awful scream.
And, I tell to you,
The Jayhawk hide Is turning blue,
We'll come back, with Kansas draped
in black,
From poor old Lawrence town. ,
FOOTBALL 8PECIAL TRAIN
To Lawrence, Kansas.
The Union Pacific will run a special
train to Lawrence, Kansas, leaving
Lincoln Friday at 8 p. m.; returning
leave Lawrence Saturday evening 11
o'clock. Round trip fare $7.50. The
trajn will consist of standard and tour'
1st sleepers and chair cars. The stand
ard berth rate Is $2 one way. The
tourist berth rate Is $1 one way. Call
early and secure tickets and make res
ervations at City Ticket Office, 1044
O street.
E. B. 8L0880N,
General Agent.
FRE8HMEN DECIDE ON CAP8.
Will Wear Light Grey Headgear with
Dark Red Numerals.
Freshman caps will be of light gray
matorlnl with dark red "14" numerate,
This Was decided at a class meeting
hold yostordny In tho Temple theater
An order for tho first Installment was
sent In by tho committee last night
and tho caps nre to bo secured with
out delay. Tho following were appoint
ed a committee on constitution:
Chandler Trimble, chairman; Helen
Holman, Gertrude Qulgley, Harvey
Hesse, Thomas Hyperdon.
PICNIC PLANNED.
Junior- Laws. Complete Election of
Officers.
- At a meeting of tho Junior laws hold
Thursday morning at 9 o'clock- -the-
mlnor class .officers were elected, as
follows:
Vice-president, H. V. Oakley.
Secretary and treasurer, It. S. Mose
ley. Plans wore discussed and a com
mittee appointed to arrange for a pic
nic. "Olo" Motcalfo offered his homo
as aiprobablo picnic ground and the
offer was enthusiastically accepted.
The date of the event Is' not definite,
but will probably occur somo time
next week. ,
IlfCORNHUSKER
BANQUET!
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Price 5 Cents.
SENIOR BREAKFAST IS READY
FOURTH YEAR STUDENTS TO PIC
NIC SATURDAY MORNING.
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HELD TO AROUSE (LASS SPIRIT
PROGRAM OF ALL KINDS OF CON
TESTS PLANNED.
Tickets on Sale To Meet at Tenth
and O 8treets Saturday
at 6:30 a. m.
Tho annual senior, breakfast will be
hold on Saturday moriilng in tho
woods weBt of tho ponltentlary. This'
early. morning hike will bo tho first
senior social stunt for tho year. It
will bo a "got hotter acquainted meet
ing." Nearly ovory sonlor has ar
ranged to bo there.
Special Cars.
Special cars will leavo Tenth and O
streets at 6:30 a. m, Tho breakfast
will bo hold In Branson's grove, about
one-half, mllo west of tho peniten
tiary. Tho committee promises plenty
to eat, Everybody will get a plenty
of everything.
Branson's grove Is one of the pret
tiest spots In Nebraska. It Is an
ideal-Tilcnlc-prouixd. Thc-glant-trcer-hayo
dropped their loaves and the sun
will shine down upon tho Jolly seniors
to warm them up n bit If the temper
aturo Bhould bo Uyv.
To Increase 8plrit
The main purposo Ib to increase
class spirit and friendliness and af
ford tho upper classmen a chanco to
become better acquainted. Coming as
It does in tho morning, there will be
nothing to lessen tho attendance, The.
breakfast Is planned so as to afford
an oxcollent opportunity for tho mem
bers of the cIbsb to become better ac
quainted with each other early in the
school year and in this way all the
other affairs that the claBs may hold
-will-be moro enjoyed.
Various forms of contests have
been planned. For tho winners of
these events t liberal prizes will bo of
fered. Tho tickets for tills event may
he purchased of any of the committee
members, ' Thfe;prlce Is 35 cents,
whlch.iloes not Include .carfare. Tha
mombeVs of-tho committee are: W. H,
Plasters, chairman; Grace Richards,
Mabello Davis, W. T. Wolvlngton and
Herbert Ford.
CADET8 MEET.
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Elect Officers and' Name Dance Com
mittees.
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A meeting of the commissioned' of
ficers of the cadet regiment ;wa held
Thursday night in the commandant's
ofilce. -Ofllcers Tor the year were elect-
ed as folloWf , i
C. J. Kreamer, president.
W V. vyibb, vice-prcqmenu-
H. A. Coulter, secretary
F. E. Rodhe, treasurer. .
Tho men who will have charge of
the ofllcfcrs'hoi) are as 'follows:
H. C. Hathaway, chairman; H. N.
Cain, master of 'ceremonies.
A meeting of the noncommissioned
Officers was also held at whlnh fha
I men who are to manage the '
I mm" hnn 'wars aIoaaJ fbu. iui &
L. A, Welsh, chairman; J)t Jr',fc
HDusen, master of" cereraonlee. -'", q
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