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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
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THE DAlLV NEBRASKAN
TH PROPERTY OF
TIM "UNIVBRMTY OF NEBRASKA,
Lin win, Nebronkn.
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NOVBDMBEIl 5, 1010.
.ywlU smllo tonight, NobrnBka or
'V't. BULLETINS BULLETIN8.
" BjjUtlns of the football gamo be
fyn Nebraska and Kansas will be
rawly) at the office of the Lincoln
Pajfly Star. Bulletin and megaphone
ervjes will be maintained. Reports
will be given out play by play.
" Tho. enthusiasm of Ncbrnka Is not
doftd ypt by any moane. Tho possl
bllloB of a cprtnin nmount of "knock
' lnp" to p& dono this year wiib given an
Impetus after tho Doano gamo, whon
a team, with changed llnc-up and -with
sabs,, was hold to a low scoro. Per
haps a ferw of- tho '"knockers" among
th citizens of Lincoln as well as
among others rocolvo a death blow In
tho way of manipulating their little
hammer "Wpn tho GOO yolling, howl
ing, screaming, shouting studontB gave
the team a BondVoff such aB never be-
LABOR TEMPLE II O'CLOCK MONDAY
Uni publican Club
HAY WARD TO SPEAK
commondablo. The organization, how
over, may tour tho stato of Nebraska
Instoad. This is still bettor. It ap
pears that a large numbor of people
are opposed to tho university for one
reason or another. The possibilities
of this schenio are many.
Tho unlvorslty should bo hotter
known among tho citizens of tho state.
That tho men of tho school can ac
complish this by means of tho glee
club is a thing which should not be
A gontlomanly crowd of young men
who can provldo entertainment for an
audience for two hours can do more
to show tho pooplo of Nobraska that
thoy aro paying taxes to support the
best university In .tho country than
all tho athlotlc teams combined. Go
out among tho pooplo of Nobraska,
men, and show thorn your worth, and
prove your character. Nebraska Is a
school for Nebraskans, first, last and
all tho time. Tho people of tho stato
should bo tho first to prize you and
Kenyon collego Is appealing to her
alumni to wlpo out a largo athletic
Thfrty-ftvo niehhavo responded to
tho track call at tho University of
Tho Northwestern freshmen havo
docldod to wear green hats this year
instead of caps.
Freshmen aro rocelvlng stronuouB
hazing at Michigan at tho hands of
Green caps with yellow buttons
aro worn by tho freBhmen at Dickinson.
Tho women at Radcliffo collego have
formed two baseball teams.
Thero woro 2,535 Btudents engaged
In. athletics at Pennsylvania last year.
Tho Wisconsin Unlvorslty Rifle
club has a membership of ono hun
dred and fifty.
Donnison university has added a
domestic science course to its curriculum.
An elght-mllo trip up the Charles
river consists of tho daily rowing
practice at Harvard.
The 275th anniversary of the
founding of Harvard records an en
rollment of 5,000 students.
Tho approximate annual incomo of
Harvard 1b $1,000,000.
ALL SOULS CHURCH, UNITARIAN
A People's Church
Corner H and Twelfth Streets. Service 10:45 A. M.
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
All Soul Church is an association which stands for a reverent
attitude towards the Facts of Life. It has the Uulversity Ideal, the
Search for Truth. Therelore It has no Creed. It welcomes to its
membership people of all beliefs. Such a modern, open-minded!
faclng-the-future organization ought to appeal especially to students.
You 'are cordially Invited to attend Its services.
Student Sunday, November 6. A special Sermon for
Students of the University, Subject: "Religion and
Mr. Wcatherly will answer some of the perplexing questions
that force themselves on those who find the old sanctions of religion
lnadexuate. These answers will be based on a definition of religion
that fully recognizes the results of modern science.
You are especially invited.
Co-education has- been abolished at
' Wisconsin has censured Mr. Mean
wall, a Baltimore map, aB athlotlc
dlroctor of their gym.
MEN'S SHOES $3.50 PP
foro had aeon aeon at tho Unlvorslty
Songs lor .tho Ames-Nebraska gamo
aro needed,, -Do your best and wrlto a
Iparody on soma popular song. Send
them to tho Nebraskan ofllco, and tho
author of tho beat ono will bo nward
od with two reserved seat' tickets to
tho Ames gamo.
Tho trip planned to tho Pacific coast
by tho University Glee Club" during
holiday vacation has been called off.
That tho action has been taken Is
A freshman at Wisconsin jumped 22
fcot in tho broad jump recently.
Yalo used thirty men In tho gamo
with Tufts. Six men wero sent back
Into tho gamo.
A Vnpsar graduate has entered tho
dairying courso at Missouri. She owns
and runs a farm.
IFreBhmen this year defeated tho
second year men In tho annual flo'ur
and salt rushes at Syracuso university.
Tb,e nlvorslty of Nebratka urges all young people, who can, to
tako a four-year high school courso and prepare to enter college.
Some, however, cannot -spend-tho time required by tho high school
"and collego courses. For tho benefit of these, tho University estab
lished, a numbor of years ago, the'
School of Agriculture
which admits AthOBO who have completed
?The Country Schools
Courses given In Practical Agriculture, including Agronomy, Agri
cultural Botany and Chemistry, Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Domes
tic Science, Farm Machinery, Farm Management, Farm Veterinary
Practice, Horticulture and the general branches.
Registration at the University , Farm, starting October 31, 1910.-
' NEW TERM STARTED
NOVEMBER, 1, 1910
For 'information addleess Av H. Davlsson,
.'verslty Farm, Lincoln, Nobraska.
Regular meeting of tho Tegner soci
ety Saturday evening at. tho Temple.
Subject, "Early Life of Tegner." Ev
erybody out. Eight o'clock.
Juniors at Stanford university wear
plug hats. Tho committee in charge
is called tho "Plug Ugly" committee.
Tho upper classmen- at Wabash
rathor Bcorn tho yearlings that ap
pear In tholr high school letter vests.
All University organizations are re
quested to send in announcements
which they desire to have published.
Football gamo. Nebraska vs. Kan
sas. Aat Lawrence, Saturday, No
v A mooting of tho University Agri
cultural elub will bo held Saturday at
8 p. m. In tho Temple. '
Tho Kearney club will meet in tho
banquet hall of tho Temple Saturday
at 8 p. m. -
Tho Komenslcy club will meet Sat
urday at 8 p. m. at 219 South Twenty
Senior breakfast will bo .hold Satur
day, November 5. Students tp take
cars at Ninth and O streets at G:30
a. m. , 1
Miss Alice Howell will give an lnter
pretatlovo reading -of "Jeanne d'Aro"
in, the Temple, Saturday at 8 p, m. ,
Work Called For and Delivorod Students Work a Specialty
Opon Saturday Night All Night WOLFE & YOUNG
Suits Cleaned and Pressed $1.2 5 Pressed 50c
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON B0NS
For Lunches Put Up fox Parties,
also Ice Cream and College Ices, and
Fruit Punches Call at
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