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Vol. X. No.t42 UNIVERSITY OF, NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1910. Price 5 Cents,
PILMORE SAYS FAREWELL
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CHAPLAINOF CADETS ACCEPTS A
GOOD MEETING AT' THE OLIVER
CADET BAND 18 PRESENT TO FUR
Speaker TaKcs as His Tex,
Hath God the Fatfier
In a masterful address delivered, be
fore the men students' ol tho Univer
sity of Nebraska nt tho Oliver theater
Sunday afternoon, Captain Charles
Gllmore, chaplain of the university
cadet regiment, paid a parting tribute
to his regiment and tendered an Infor
mal resignation irom mo cnapiaincy 10
the staff, duo to his acceptance of a
charge in the east which ho will soon
occupy. Basing his' sermon "on tho
theme, "A Captain's Commission,"
Captain Qilmore, by his clear, concise
presentation of the facts and IiIb char
acteristic combination of forcefulness,
eloquence and .sincerity, showed the
, application of the spiritual to the nm-
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" The university cadet band provided
Inusie for the occasion, rendering se
lections both at tho beginning and
close of tho address. The band occu
pied the stage with tho roglmental
staff and tno ..speaker" or- tne uay
Great enthusiasm wns expressed bya
good representation o'f the stlido'nt
body in the creditable maimer in
which the hand nlaved.
Choosing asjils text tho twenty-sov-
ehth verso, last clause, of tho sixth
chapter of John, "Him hnth God tho
Father sealed," Rev. Gilmore said fn
"To tho great commission iBBitecf by
the. dlvino commonwealth to tho Cap
tain of our salvation is .sot tho "seal
and attestation of tho commander-in-chief
of the armies of heaven and
earth. In that seal we desire to dis
cern this afternoon somojBlx among
many others that might be n unfed.
"First. His Father vouches for Him.
The heavens open at His baptism and
the Father commends Him for His
mission fith the words', 'Thou art my
beloved son in whom I nm well
pleased.' A like commendation on the
mount or transfiguration with the add
ed command, 'Hear yo Him.' A dec
laration in the temple, 'I have glorified
thy name and will glorify it again.'
"Secondly, His workst Tho things
Ho was permitted to do vouched for
Him. Tho miracles at tho New Tostn
mdnt, nevr nbnormnl,. always purpose
ful tnpnt. hum nn demands. Tho cen
taur' trotted down the street, to which
Huxley referred, is a monstrosity go
ing nowhere, aimless purposeless. The
miracle of our Lord satisfy need.
"Thirl, His thoughts. Tho only per
to shade 'tho opinions of friend
and foe alike. His enemies still say,
'Never man bo Bpake.' He is tho great
. cosmopolitan whoso wordB have the
same meaning in all languages.
"Fourth, His resurrection. Its very
purpose 4s the authentication of our
Captain. The great logican says pn
Mars hill, 'God will Judge the "world
by that man who' ho hath ordained,
wiioronf ho hath clven assurance unto
all men in that he hath raised him
from the dead.' Joseph's new tomb
empty on that first Christian Sabbath
. morning, and the angel upon the stone
already rolled Away( proclaim, 'Ho -is
not, hero, "but is risen.' He Himself,
speaks to John at Patmos. 'Fear not,
I am he thatllveth nnd was dead, and
behold I am alive for evermore,'
"Fifth, the perpetuity .of the 'sacra-
v ment vouches for Him. The fact that
by such Bimlil(ractHas--eRtlng and
, drinking, Ho should keep allvo His
memory through nineteen centuries
is pledge land promise of an Immortal
PROGRAM FOR THANKSGIVIHG
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"The Pilgrims" Chad wick
University Chorus, String Quin-' '
tetto and Organ.
"Tho breaking waves dashed 'high
On a stern and rock bound coast,
And the woods against a stormy
Their giant branches tossed.
And r the heavy night hung dark,
Tliri lilllo nnil wnfin n'nt
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When a band of Exiles moored
On tho wild Now England shore.
Not' as tho Conqueror comes, ,
They, the true-hearted came,
Not with tho roll of the stirring
.And the trumpet that 'sings of
Not as the flying come,
In silence and in fear, . ' '
Thoy shook the depths of the for
With their hymns of lofty cheer.
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AmldBt the storm they sang,
And the stars heard, and the sea,
And the soundlilg aisles of tho dim
With the'nnthom of the free.
And the ocean eaglo soared '
From his nest by the white
And the rocking pineB of the forest
This wub their welcome homo.
There were men with hoary hair (
Amid thnt Pilgrim band.
Why had they como to wither
Afar from childhood's homo?
name and an imperishable work. His
command Is still fulfilled, 'This do in
remembrance of- me.'
"Sixth, His victory. V.lthlq a few
weeks after His crucifixion 'without
the gate" o'f their ultra-holy city, the
very men who planned and compassed
His death said to His followers, 'Ye
have filled all Jerusalem with His doc
trine.' Ten thousand men, besides
women and children, believe upon
Him, and under scourge and persecu
tioiunrewdrixen forth to testify In all
tho cities of the then known world to
the power of this Jesus and tne resur
In lncreasingnnmberB - eveH
since. He Is 'seeing of the travail and
of His soul, and is' being satsfied.'
The file leader of faith, the Captain of
our salvation, is in Godworthy fashion
leading man sons unto glory. I pledge
you today, university cadets, men of
all creeds, Catholic, and Protestant, to
a new loyalty to the banner of Him
who Is mighty to savo, the Captain of
our salvation, the Prince of Peace."
G. T. Andrews Is a Phi Alpha
,Iiia recent issue in which the
pledges of Phi Alpha Tau, tho hon
ornry debating fraternity, tho name
4V G. T. Andrews was unintentionally
omitted. . - , -
SftYenother men were pledged to
the honorary debating fraterrtifyr-hiH
Ulatlon of the-elgnt men win oe, neiu
.tonight at the Lincoln hotel,
I GIVEN TODAY
There was a woman's fearless oyo,
Lit by her love's deep truth,
There was manhood's brow Berone
And tho fiery heart of youth.
What sought thoy thus afar,
Bright jewels from the mine,
The wealth of Boas, the spoils of
They sought a faith's pure
Ay, call It holy ground,
Tho soil whoro first they trod,
They have left unstained what
there they found, t '
Freedom to worship God.
Part II. .
Thanksgiving Proclamation. . ..
...Gov. Ashton C. Shallenborgor
Alexis Male Quartet
Gerhard AIcxIb, first tenor.
Crispin Alexis, second tenor.
Joseph Alexis, first bass.
Organ Marcho Trlomphale.
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. . . . J. Lemmens
Quartet "I Stormen" ....Durmer
"Studentsangen" ..Prlns Gustaf
Tenor Solo-7-"Sunshlno and Rain"
;. r Blumcnthal
Qtiartet-"Sunday Morning" ..."'
.: .. . Alexis
. "Memories of Galllleo" ..Palmer
Organ Overture ......... .'Handel
All .classes are dismissed from
11 to 12 a. hi.
MYSTIC FISH PLEDGE8.
Tweive New Members to Freshman
Tho Order of Mystic Fish pledged
tho following twelve girls from the
freshman cIusb: Hazel Mann, Alpha
Chi Omega; Ruth Wheelock, Alpha
Omicron Pi; Ruth Nichols, Alpha Phi;
Frances Peters, Chi Omega; Luclle
Reeder, Delta Delta Delta; Ruth
Gould, Delta Gamma; Rose Bergman,
, Delta Zeta; Helen BHbIi, Kappa Alpha
Tneta; Helen Sorrenson, Kappa Kap
pa Gamma; Hazel Thompson, Pi Beta
- Phlj Mnrie-Fowler-and-Isabel GoonB
Tho active members will entertain
for tho pledges Tuesday evening fol
lowing vacation at tho homo of
Marien Swezey. Initiation will
held In about three weeks.
NINE NEW MEMBER8.
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Union Literary 8ociety Holds Its An
Friday night tho following students
wore initiated Jinto tho Union Literary
Clara Pearson, 1912; Mollie Ham
mond, 1914; Matie Hall, 1913; Lois
Smith, 1913; 'Elsie Jaeggi, 1914; Hugh
Raymond, 1914; Harry Wharton, 191,3;
Robert Innes, 1913; .Harry 0. Hough,
Various stunts, pleasant and other
wise, were pulled off a the expense
of the candidates, but no one suffered
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tne initiation an important nusiness
meeting was hW-
WOOD IS FRESHMEN COACH
WILL TAKE CHARGE OF FIR8T
YEAR MEN AT ONCE.
REGULAR GAMES WILL BE PLAYED
CLAS8 BASKETBALL WILL BEGIN
Hon. D. Eager Expects Every Seat to
Be 8old at the Haskell
Wllber Wood, varsity basketball
man of last year, will take charge of
tho freshman basketbull squad and not
as coach for this season. While tho
squad is spoken of. as freshman, it
will Include all men who not eligible
for the team this year, regardless of
tho class thoy bolong to.
It is planned to secure a scries of
games for tho freshmen, to be played
as preliminaries to tho varsity games.
Thoy will meet tho scrubs of tho var
sity and likely teams from outside of
tho Bchool. Enough games will bo
scheduled to make It Interesting,
From tho number of men who havo
been getting out for practice who will
not be eliglblo until next year, it is
certain that tho freshmen will havo a
fast team. Soveral men are out who
havo had several years' experience in
high school and smaller colleges.
ClasB asketbali has not yeiTUOnv
menced, although nil classes have- ap
pointed their basketball managers. It
Is probable, however, now ' that a
coach has been appointed, and the
football season about closed, that tho
various classes will begin to put their
men in tho field.
Tickets for tho Thanksgiving day
game with tho Haskell Indians are go-
Ing fast and Hon. D. Eager predicts
a sell-out. Teachers irom towns and
cities over tho state, who will bo here
for tho annual meeting of tho State
Teachers' nssociatlon, nro sending in
sent reservations and will probably
take as many seats as are taken by
students. ; -
The team went through a stiff prac
tice yesterday afternoon, but tho
conch spent tho greater part of tho
tlmo in going over tho now plays.
Open formations nnd fake plays will
be used against the. Indians more than
against any other team. Their games
are always replete with strategic
plays and unlooked for movcB, nnd
"King" Cole has figured out that it
would be a clover stunt tp beat them
at their own game. Colo's scheme's,
too, have a habit of coming out ns ho
MEDICAL SOCIETY BANQUET.
First Social Meeting. at the Temple
TJie Medical society of the Univer
sity of Nebraska held Its first social
meeting nt tho Temple Saturday even
ing. In the room north of tho banquet
hall tho officers of the society, A. L.
Smith, president; Mr. Williams, secre
tary. and Miss Mason- treaeurer, as re
ception committee, received the
guests. At 6:30 the signal was given
by Mr. Rosenbaum, playing a march,
and the committee ushered the guests
Into the banquet hal Tvhere7 pfates
were laid for eignty-rour. location o;
cuostB was bv nlaco cards marked
with a design of "skull ajuKcross
bones," and this was usecL-throughout
In the decorative schwne. With the
use of the university colors and
flowers the tables presented a pretty
picture, A" dinner prepared and
served by the women of the medloal
-achdoL- wAb parUkeh' of jptfter' which .
toasts were respoidedTto byntHTiivr
.eral members of the faculty, i. v '
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