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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1911)
VOL. XI. NO. 17.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN WEDNESDAY OCT. 18, 1911.
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HOLD SECRET PRHOTICE
MANY NEW AND PUZZLING PLAY8
NE1RASKANS DETERMINED ON YICTORY
8tlehm Is Training Men in Team Work
Potter May Play Team
Proparlng for tholr contest with tho
husky Minnesota team noxt Saturday,
tho Cornhuskors hold socrot practlco
on Nebraska Field Tuesday afternoon,
developing plays to astonish the
Gopher aggregation and to strengthen
tho work of tho Nebraska team.
Coach Stlohm Is training IiIb mon In
team work rathor than lndlvfdual drill
this wook, tho games of last Saturday
and tho wook previous having shown
that there aro plenty of individual
stars on the Cornhuskors.
The lino has braced up greatly In
tho two dayB of this wook, that the
eloven has practiced, must time be
ing spont In working out varied meth
ods of attack on dofenso play. Minne
sota's backs will do well to open any
holes in tho Cornhuskor stono wall.
Tho true "do or die" spirit has been
inoculated Into tho Nebraska team this
year, nnd they aro going up to Minne
apolis with a firm belief that they will
return with tho Gopher's scalp. That
means moro than half tho battle In
"this caso, for tho Cornhuskors aro a
bettor team this year than Minnesota,
and with tho spirit that thoy can win
imbuod In them, thoy will show the
Gophers tho hottest game In years.
8quad Not Picked.
No selection of players has been
made as to what players will make
up Jtho squad to Minneapolis, but it
will" include all tho players who have
made up tho team In tho two games
played, twonty men being taken.
Potter Is the only man on tho squad
who is not in tho finest of condition,
ho having wrenched his shoulder
slightly in diving for a ball laBt Sat
urday. Potter will probably be able
to play In tho Minnesota game, how
ever. RECEPTION FOR FRESHMEN
Y. M. C. A. TO HELP MEN OF FIRST
" YEAR CLASS TO BECOME
The first big social gathering of the
"year for the men of the freshman
class will be hold Saturday evening
in Memorial hall. The affair will be
in 'the nature of a reception to the
men of tho newly organized class by
1he University Y. M. C. A.
"A committee of freshmen to co
operate with the Y. M. C. A. social
committee will be appointed by Pros
dtent Robert MoParland of the class.
A program oX entertainment will bo
arranged and a good time assured.
Tt la announced for 8 o'clock.
The purpose- of the social la to ac
quaint tho new classmen more thor
oughly with one another and thereby
assist them In their organization.
SEEIN' THEM OFF
Of course we are all going to see them off. We have just got to
And then we want to do It, too.
It wouldn't be' like old times if we, didn't haul them down to the
depot and cheer them.
We'll yell and sing and tell the boys how much we wish we could
go along and then send a score of good husky rooters along to help
Anyway we are all sure going to the big Rally Thursday morning
In Memorial hall. Coach 8tlehm and all the boys will be there.
WE MUST BEAT MINNE80TA!
DRILL DEMERIT NOW COUNT
ANNUAL "COMPET" TO BE AN ALL-
YEAR-ROUND CONTEST FOR
In tho future tho avorago number
of demlrits will count In tho deciding
of tho company "compot" of tho ca
det rogimont. Such was tho announce
ment mado last night at drill. Each
man will benefit his company's stand
ing by hlB own promptness and regu
lar attendance. v
Another announcement waB made
to tho effect that In tho future a num
ber of points would be considered In
choosing officers. Ability as a drill
master, regular attendance, military
bearing and efficiency in manual will
bo spmo of tho points of excellence.
Company sergeants and corporals
will not; bo appointed until after tho
A now major Is to bo commissioned
to have chargo of tho new battalion
and a call for applications was read
last night A number of applications
aro looked for.
DRAMATIC CLUB MEETS.
Officers for Year Elected and Plans
Made, for Coming Tryouts.
A meeting of tho Dramatic club was
hold Friday night In tho club rooms.
Tho following officers wore elected:
Miss AHco Howell, president; Kath
orlne Yates, vice-president; Florence
Hostottler, secretary; Earl Sago,
treasurer; Harry Coffee, custodian of
All those Intending to try out for
the club are advised to see Miss How
ell in U IOC to register for places.
Tryouta will be hojd' Thursday even
ing, October 26. s
On Friday night the Engineering so
ciety will give their annual smoker
In honor of tho Freshman Englnoors
at tho S. A. E. house, 227 North Sev
enteenth street. All engineers are
TRI-DELTS LOSE MONEY.
"Robbers, murder, thieves, somebody help." This and other
screams were not heard at the Delta Delta Delta robbery, for all of
the' girls were away from home. No one knows just how It happened
or who got Into the house, but about a hundred dollars worth of Jew
els and money was taken from the house.
It happened sometime between the hours of four and six o'clock
In the afternoon. It was In the broad daylight, 'too. But that did
not keep his highness, the boogy man from picking up a lot of stuff
No traces of the man or men were to be found.
BIG GAME SEATS ON SALE
TICKETS FOR MI880URI AND
MICHIGAN CONTE8T8 TO' BE
SOLD AT HARLEY'8.
Seats for tho Missouri and Michigan
games, the two big games of tho year
In Lincoln, go on salo at Harloy's drug
store today. It Is oxpoc'tod' that tho
good seats for those gamos will go
quickly, so got In early. -Wo meet
Missouri October 28, and Michigan
Reserved seats for tho Missouri
game will cost $1.50 and box seats
$2.00. Reserved seats for the Michi
gan game cost $2.00 and box seats
Students of tho University who hold
season ticket books may obtain re
served seats for 50 cents for tho Mis
souri game, and for $1.00 for the
Managor Eager received $200 worth
of orders for tickets in his Tuesday
mall, making a total of $300 received
from out of town people for the Mich
TEGNER 80CIETY MEETS.
Tho Tognor socloty will moot Sat
urday evening In tho Temple. All who
aro Interested In tho Swedish lan
guage and culture aro Invited to at
tend. Prof. C. C. Engberg will speak.
The program commlttoo Is planning
for a series of programs during tho
year, which will call attention to vari
ous phases of Swedish history, liter
ature and art.
HOU8EHOLD ART8 CLUB.
Tho Household Arts club met Satur
day afternoon after the Kansas game
with Mildred Bevlns. A short busi
ness meeting was followed by a light
supper. 'The next meeting will bo
held with the treasurer of the club,
FARM FACULTY VI8IT.
Miss Brown and Miss Davis of the
Home Economics "Faculty, spent the
week, end In Fremont at the home of
ENTERING CLA88 CH008ES LIN
COLN MAN PRE8IDENT.
OLYMPICS COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS
First Ballot Gave McFarland Lead
Over Others and He Won on
Robert McFarland of Lincoln, was
oloctod president of tho Freshman
class at yoBtorday's mooting by a ma
jority of sixty-two votes over H. C.
Oollatly, tho noxt highest candidate.
Tho other candidates wore Robort
FInloy and Guy C. Dorry.
An attompt to decide tho oloction
by a plurality Instead of a majority
vote was votod down. As a result of
tho olasB contest two ballots wore
McFarland. wus nominated by Cy
Dryan also of Lincoln.
Bryan mado a neat little spoech In
which ho painted In eloquent terms
tho qualifications of his candidate.
First Ballot Futile.
On tho first ballot tho vote was.
McFarland 195, Gollatly 110, Finley 85,
On tho second ballot only tho high-.
oBt were considered, and the result
was: McFarland 205, Gollatly 143. .
Immediately after tho oloction,
President McFarland announced the
appointment of tho following class
commlttoo on Olympics: J. Calhoun,
chairman; Sam Waugh, Roy Brian,
Robert FInloy, Gcorgo Dutton, R.
Arenson and R. Becker.
President Radcltffo of tho junior
class presided, and tho mooting wont
off smoothly in splto of tho warmth of
the contest and tho Intense excite
ment which prevailed at times.
LE ROSSKNOL AT CONVOCATION
ECONOMIC8 PROFE880R DIS
CUSSES PHA8E8 OF NEW
Prof. G. E. Lo Rosslgnol spoke at
convocation yesterday morning on
"Life In Now Zealand." He compared
conditions between tho British Island
in the outh Seas and America. The
majority of the settlers In New, Zea
land wore born In tho British Isles
and they retain many of the customs
of their old homo. Professor Le Ros
slgnol said that while the. Island Is ' '
a beautiful place to visit still It does ,
not afford as many opportunities for
ambitious young men as our own
Chancellor Avery Leaves
" Chancellor Avery left last night for
St. Paul and Minneapolis to attend a
convention. No interview could be
arranged before he left the city, so
no statements were mado as to wheth
er he would remain for the Minnesota
game on Saturday. '
Former Nebraskan Enroute.
Mrs. Shellhorn,. formerly Todema
Gould- of the University, passed
through the city last week on her way
to her home In Los Angolos.
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