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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1910)
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Price 5 CtntiV;!
TEACHERS' MEETINGS NEXT
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EXTENSIVE PROGRAM FOR
mib SPEAKERS HAVE BEEN SECURED
AlC' BANQUETS WILL BE HELD
WSGI1G PRO RAM HAS
REEK ARRANGED FOR TUESDAY
f4tgweiWill Have Chanee -to
, &WMjh9c Camilla arid Take In
f Hatkell Football Game.
I The aah'ual State Toachors' associa
tion, which, it hap been tho fortune of
Llncpjn, f6 receive 'through tho Btat6
MnlversltyYwlll assemble in Lincoln
tact' week; November 23, 24, and-B6j -
Great preparations aro being- made
erthcTeceptlon- of- an unusually
larg. Attendance and one. ro tap on'
tirelynew features -will bo introduced
tato the 'session. Arrangements have
een made to havo regular excursions
vr tha 'university campus to vifft
uch .buildings as the museum, art
alL-.and library. If tho contempla
tions' of those oflclatlngprovo corrects
ilwassoclatlon wilrhavo an exception
ally ; successful moetjHg JhlB.yejir, and
fxfcerlohco a"' substantlal'lncreaso In
, Attendance from tho session of Jast
var. ' ' ' , - ' r i' i
Th's association' Is this year under'
the supervision of N. M. Graham, On
kU Uflf rare Chas. W, Taylpr vjcoi
resident; W. T. Stockdalo secretary,
idA. H. StaloyQ troasuror., ,Tho com
will' bo "Moral Linos in EducaHon?' A
selection of many talented speakers
has been made who; will address the-
, Secure Noted 8peakera.
JBVery effort has boon made by tho
efUcors of tho association' to secure
r fer it the most Txoted and talented
speakers of the county. Among some
that will. aDlHwr am William ic chan
cellor, a recogalzed authority 9n ques
tions of interest to hlghTohoolsand
nlversRies; Prank A. Crano of Chl
cagoarsfeat1 of repute.w a plat
foflstf orator, Tffb 'will address tin
assembly" on Thanksgiving day' Ed
ward Howard Griggs, author of "Tho
, New HWjanlsra' "Moral Education,"
and "MM't-UaVot the TAargln";Hor
m&n Harrel Home of New York City,
aman versed on moral and ethical
ftuesUoa, who will dollver several"
addressee ;VHnry Suzzallo, head ot
tho tfepartiseat of philosophy of edu
"cation inthV teacher's college of Co
lumbia university, -tho. editor, of tho.
Riverside Press (Educational Mono
.oraphs; M. Adelaide Holton, eupei'
Ivlsor of primary work In Minneapolis,
Who promises to bo a source of In-
struoUon to, the primary toachors, of
the stat4; ' penry Purmont Eames, a
xuisiclan and'locturor of international
reputation; and William M. Davidson
of the Omaha schools, who needs' no
'jntroductW to the members ot tho
' To obviate many inconveniences,
the management havo decreed that
admlsBlon to both, tho general and spe
cial entertainments may bo bad only
$y tho presentation of a membership
eadge. These madges may bo obtained
for one dollar.
P Industrial Exhibition.
In connection with the1 aasodatlon,
an exhibition of Industrial work ao
ompllshed by. tho different schools
ver tho Btate will be made at th Aui
iltorlum. This is not a. new feature
to the a8soclatlontbut Is one that a
jways attracts considerable' attention.
fAs an incentive for the more indus
itrinH. nromlums amounting toJO
twill be awarded to successful com
petitors,, . v , -
f A&Mvtintroduotloa, to the regular
"Tho PllgrimslV .. f . . . , ..Chadwlck
Unlvofslty Chorus, String Quln-
.r. n totte and Organ. " -v i
!!Tho breaking waves dashed high
Gn a stern ad rock bound opaat
And tho 'woods "against a stormy
'' I sky
Tholr giant branches tQBS.ed,,
.And tho heavynighi Jung- dark,
tfho hills and waters o'or, -Whon
a band of Exiles moored
1 4helr bark 'Z
On tho wild New England shoro.
Not as tho Conquoror comes,
They, tho true-hearted came,
Not with tho roll of tho stirring
And tho trumpet that sings of
Not as tho flying come
rln BflencQ and in fear,
, They shook the dopths of the for
, With their hymns of lofty cheer.
Amidst tho storm they sang. i
. And' the' stars, heard, apdithV sea;
j-AnLJhoBQundingialsles of the dim
With tho anthem of the -free, '
And tho bcoaniOaglo' soared"' !'
From his nest by tho white
1 C yravo's foam, 'I
And tho rocking pines of tho forest
- roared, ' ""'
This was their wolcomo homo.
Why khad they como to wither
there, , ...
Afar from childhood's land?
There, wna a woman's fearless 9yo,
Lit by hot loyo's deep truth,
There was manhood's brow serene
' And tho 'fldry hoart of youth.
What sought they thus afar,
Bright JpwelB from tho' mine,
Tho wealth of boob, xq spoils of
FIVE FOOTBALL MEN BEHIND
QUINTET OF.CORNHUSKERS MUST
GET fcUSYAT ONCE.
(AHKOT WAY UNTH WORK SM
a faith's pure
Thqro wore, men with hoary hair
Amid that Pilgrim band.
Ay, call it holy ground,
Tho Boil, the soil ' whore first
Thoy havo left unstained5 what
Freedom to worship God.
r ' Part.JL "
Alexis Male, Quartet
Gorhrfrd Alexis, flrat tenor.
Crispin Aloxls, second tenor.
Joseph Alexis, first bass.
Oscar Alpxis,' second bass.
Organ Marcho Trjomphalo. ...
,.,..,, , J. Lemmon8
Gerhard Aloxls. ,
Quartet ""I 8tormen''' '. . .Durrner
Tenor Solo "Sunshine andRain"
, . Blumonthal
Quartet "Sunday .Morning'? . . .
...... .....,,,.,,, Alexis
"Memories of Galllleo" ..Palmer
THREE BATTLES ON THE
GRAM FOR TODAY.
All classes aro dismissed from
It to 12 a. m.
will participate. Tho ono of most In
terest to university student will., ho
for .eollegel Aa&nlvefslty graduates,
tho presiding officer being A. E. Tur
ned, toastma,Btor, and Dean C. A. Fu
mor andr.Professor Lawrdnce Fosslor,
mastbrs of ceremonies. Tho banquet
for Poru normal students and gradu
ates will be conducted by E.'K. Hurst
of Falls City as tostmaster, and C. O.
Olino of . Lincoln, master of cere
monies. Thoro will also be a banquet
for tho Kearney andFromont normal
students, with President W. H. Clem
mons, toastmaster, and 'President A.
O. Thomas, master of ceremonies. '
BETTER THAN A CIRCU8.
WILL BE A "BIRD."
Thanksgiving Number of Nebraskan
Will Be Out Wednesday.
. Tho u big Thanksgiving j number of
tho Daily iNoDraskan will be our
Wednesday. All, students should "be.
fluro-and, get a copy of. this big ,num
bpr. An all-MIsBOuri Valley football
foam picked by the Nebraskan will "be
a feature. Besides being three or
four times as largo as -the regular edi
tion, an insert of all the members of
tho team "who won their letter this
year will bo added. Put in you or
der for tho big number now, as tho
supply will be limited.
Annual County, Fair Promises o Be
the Best Ever Held. . ,
Th annual County Fair; under the
auspices of tho Y. W, C. A., will be
held tonight in tho armory. Booths
have been erected for the stunts,
shows and other events which have
been arranged, Monte Carlo in min
iature has beon promised. A fish
pond, candy booths, "snooiruie
ctiutes" and everything included in
tho list of attractlpns for tho Nebras
ka Coney Island, The booths will be
in charge of the girls of the different
sororities as well as other university
a new vaudeville theater has been
promised to 'he tn cnIef cauBe for
"sldo-splittlng" laughter. Other
events of a similar nature are listed.
! A nw lM.00-etiologlctl ant
"zoological building was recently" dedl
cated'frt 'the Massachusetts state ag
rlcuuural colleger " " ' ji;
Society Get Twenty-two
Spikes, the freshman interfrater
nity society, held initiation last even
ing at the Phi Delta Theta house. Tho
initiates who will be tho active mem
bers of the society during tho present
year were: Alpha Tau Omega, Chand
ler Trimble and JohnXutrightr Beta
Theta PI, Bob Thompson and Kenneth'
Wherry; Delta Tau Delta, d. unene
worth and Carl Nagl; I?elta TJpsllon,
Arthur Davis and Clayton Andrews;
Kappa Sigma, H. Rosser and E. Bran
non; Phi Gamma Delta, will, Mng ana
Clyde Haul Phi Delta Theta',' Roge:-
McCullough and John Andrews; Phi
Kappa, P8l,cHira Btryker and George
seemann; Bigma, Aipna jmiqn, uave
Meeker' and Bud Wldener;, Sigma; Nu,
Freshlea and the Seniors Lincoln and
Omaha Second Teams Freshles'
and the Varsity. -r
Reports show that "King" Cole Is
handicapped. As a result ot the re
ports filed for tho mld-semestor five of
his proteges aro In tho clutches of the'
delinquency committee and unlesB the
back work Is cleared up they will be
out of the' line-up when Thanksgiving
day' rolls around, '
Stops will bo taken by each of the
fl.vo Cornhuskers to got tholr delin
quencies olearod up ax once. It U
nooessary to do this in order that they' '
can get into the Turkey Day battle
against the Indians. Some apodal ex
aminations pay have to be taken, or
Bomo of tho men may havo to spend
the hours required for practice in' the
library or laboratory to get straight
with tho board'
All Kinds of Football.
(Football ot all kinds and degrees
may bo seen at tho athletic field th,U
afternoon. Starting at 1 o'clock there
will, bo threo games, enough to satjsfy
oven tho" most enthusiastic rooter in
Lincoln. Tho three1 games aro to be:
I Lincoln, h'lgh'Vschpol second team vjjf.
rOmahshizh-r-flchool second team:-
sonior class vs. 'freshman-1 class, for
class championship; freshmen scrubs'
Tho first gamo, between tho two
high school second teams, promises $b
be a fast little scrap. Both teams" aro
made up of men who have played tb
game, many of the'm in games Wh'
tho first team, but not 'often enough
to put' thorn on tho first team. The
same, bitter rivalry exists between tho
second teams as, does between the
first teams, and each eleven will put
up the best kind of football it' knows
Both Expect to Win.
The second game goes without say
ing; Both teams expect to win, As
far as the mprlts of the two teams
is concerned, there is nothing more to
say. Their respective abilities' were
proven, last Monday. The outcome of
tho gamo between seniors and fresh
men will dotcrmlno tho class cham
pionship, for tho year. The winning
team will bo awarded sweaters bear
ing tho class 'numerals. '
As a fitting close for the gridiron
carnival will come tho clash between
freshmen and t regulars, The 'fresh
men, expect to carry off the laurels,
or at least to glvo tho varsity a run
for Its money. The; varsity men are
not thinking much about' It The fresh
men havo a powerful team thatIs,
In practice. What thoy can do in a
regular, game J8xetJto.be d(cjcWed1for
today they have their flrst opportunity
to line up for A real gamo.1 ' lF
Sophs Forfeit toFrethlet.
It might be well to explain how the
freshmen happen to be playing the
seniors, when they were defeated tV
tho sophomores ' In , last Monday's
game. Before going out for the. game
the freshmen made sure that every
thing was in proper form and that'all
men Were eligible. The sophomores'
did" not, ' Wh,en the ,battle was over
and the sophomores were patting
themselves on the back,, sbmeoae' in
quired whether o? not Ur the reosae
mores, were eligible. Then It 'fcato
nened. When the smoke 4ad eleared
's(way it wai, found that just wo Jome
sophs who had beea in the game 'really
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R. ,T. Aldrlch and Loran Remolds:'! immediately declared forfeited arid
Sigma Chi, Harry Cuinmins, and Rex the freshmen, 'will play the sealers
:Faller I ..-J' I'for the sweaters. ' . ' ';'W
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