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NOVEMBER 10, 1910.
Tho ability of NobrnBka graduates
to hold down responsible positions
spoakB more for tho school and its
methods of education than can bo esti
mated, Eloven mo a on tho faculty of
on Institution shows that at least ono
of the most progressive colleges on
the Pacific coast knows whoro to got
the kind of mon they want for in
structors, Tho need of hotter support on tho
part of tho students has always boon
one of the regrettable things about tho
Daily Nbroskan' Tll studont body
as a whole has been unablo to see the
TllrM'isMhJB.-M Gan-wear-our-shoes-if-they-have-the D---nr Bf C'
JMtlLslwlAIH s price. But while we are waiting for K U U U
QH their business you want to see those
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mattor tho samo way as have tho busi
ness managers. No doubt if tho Ne
braskan is changed in size, it will
cauBO many to think that something
is wrong somowhorc, and so it is.
"TPrdpor support on tho part of tho stu
dent body has been neglected in moro
than one lino of university activities.
Debate, glee club work, athletics; all
the bo have felt tho withering influonco
of poor student support. Other schools
havo aolyed tho problem by levying a
fee on tho students and this fco ad
mitted them to all tho privileges which
now depends upon tho support of only
a bare majority. How about it? Is
this tho best plan at Nebraska? It
appears, that It is7 But what do you
think about It?
Four parades in four dayB. Surely
Nebraska spirit is being demonstrated
at last It is tho proper spirit. It is
tho spirit that wins. That a demon
stratlon of enthusiasm is felt by tho
members of the team in a game was
shown Saturday, when time after timo
when something disheartening would
happen so that the Cornhuskers would
loso tho ball in the shadow of tho
Kansas goal posts, tho Nebraska men
would come back and fight all tho
Friday, November 11
First Game Called
' at 2 O'Clock
Dr. h. 2S.
" The Art
harder, until finally tho ball was
pushed over for victory. Tho parade
ub a send-off to tho team showed en
thusiasm and spirit. Tho parado after
tho gamo showed happiness, tho
parado tho night aflor tho gamo was
a demonstration of patriotism, while
tho parado when tho team roturnod
was a truo expression of Nebraska
spirit. All four tilings mako a com
bination of real spirit which eannot
bo defeated. It inspirts a team and
tho team supporters to do bettor and
greater things for tho university tho
university for all truo Nebraskans.
Tho annual art exhibit haB in tho
past been poorly attended by tho
mombors of tho student body. Tho
Nebraska Art Association goes to a
groat deal of oxpenso in holding this
annual art exhibition. Through tho
offorts of tho association tho pictures
are hung In tho university art gallery.
Students on the campus have but to
walk a fow short stepB to bo at tho
door of art hall. A fow more and you
havo ontorod. Tho bonofits of an
hour's visit to thlB exhibition will re
pay tho visitor threefold for tho time
that ho spends at the exhibition. Tho
university as a wholo is vory fortu
nato to havo such an oxcollent oppor
tunity to attend this exhibition. No
timo is lost in so doing, as a fow mo
ments now and then botwoen classes,
or when you would naturally bo sitting
around on the campuB, could bo used
to cultivate your knowledge of nrt
studies and their beauties.
Meeting of tho German Club.
Tho German club (Deutsche Gesel
llgo Veroln) w$l hold a mooting Thurs
day evening at tho homo of Miss Eliz
abeth Wittmann, 939 H street, at 8
o'clock sharp. All tho members newly
elected to tho club nro cordially Invit
ed. The club will discuss plans con
cerning tho candy booth at tho
"County Fair." 'Tho committee ap
pointed to take charge of this consists
of MlsBes" Wittmann, chairman;
Smith, Taylor, Baker, initiation of
now mombors will tako placo at tho
next meeting in threo wooks.
Drake recently hold a track meet
among tho freshmen. As their year
ling class contains several high school
stars, some of tho events are fairly
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Admission to Both
Games 25 Cents
I J A. M.
A largo gray skull cap, short visor
typo, with an orango button, is tho of
ficial freshman cap at Oberlin.
Tho two candidates for junior
class prosldcnt at Wisconsin havo
announced tho respective platforms
upon which they will run for office.
Kansas university has decided that
thero aro too many interests to dis
tract the students' attention. Instead
of tho faculty the student council will
attempt to remedy tin! situation.
Kansas state agricultural college has
a girl rooters' club which attendB all
the football games and 1b said to be
equal tho men's organization in en
thusiasm, if not in noise.
At tho University of Minnesota a
prlzo of ten dollars is bolng offered to
tho Btudent who made tho most money
during the summer vacation.
Tho University of Utah was repre
sented at tho Utah state fair by a
building forty by eighty, feet. Tho
committee has only one department
represented each year.
Thero is an unprecedented Increase
of students at Cedar Falls this year.
Tho Minnehaha, the humorous
magazine of tho University of Minne
sota, becauso of mismanagement last
year, had to bo organicd under a now
editorial board this fall.
Students at Wisconsin aro jUBt now
in tho midst of a campaign for a stu
dont union building, a dean of men, a
new bota house, and a seven-game
schedule ProspectB for tho attain
ment of these ends are encouraging.
A new student government system
has been ndopted by tho girls of Iowa'
weBioyuu college, iney muKO xne
rules by which their daily routing is
regulated and elect by popularballot
a council winch enforces those rules
and inflicts all punishment.
All University organizations are re
quested to send in announcements
which they desire to have published.
At convocation Thursdayi November
10, Dr. H. B. Lowry' will bo tho
The annual senior hop will be held
at tho Lincoln on Friday, November
The Y. M. 0. A. will give a stag re
ception Tor freshman students on Fri
day evening, November 11, in the
Palladian Literary society will meet
Friday night in tho Temple.
Union Literary society will meet
Friday night in the Temple.
Football, Ames vs. Nebraska, Ne
braska field, 8 p. m. Saturday.
Class football games will be played
on Friday afternoon. Seniors ys.
juniors, sophomores vs, freshmen,
Work Called For and Dolivorod , Students Work a Specialty
Open Saturday Night All Night WOLFE & YOUNG
Suits Cleaned and Prated $1.25
For Lunches Put
also Ice Cream and
Fruit Punches Call at
THE FOLSOM, 1307 O St
The nlvorslty of Nebratka urges all young people, who can, to
tako a four-year high school course and prepare to enter college. ,
Some, however, -cannot spend the time required l)y tho high schoolff
uuu coucgo courses. or iuo ouuenc
lished, a number of ypars ago, tho
School of Agriculture
which admits thoso who have completed
The Country Schocls
Courses given in Practical Agriculture, including Agronomy, Agri
cultural Botany and Chemistry, Apimal Husbandry, Dairying, Domes
Practice, Horticulture and the general branches.
Registration at the University Farm; starting October 31, 1910.
NOVEMBER 1, 1910
For information addross A. E. Davlsson, Principal, Tho Uni
versity Farm, Lincoln Nebraska.
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