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VOL. XI. NO 28.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN THURSDAY NOV. 2, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
ALUMNI HASTEN TO
THIRTY CLUB8 ORGANIZED IN
8TATE AT THI8 DATE.
1IST GROWS DAY BY DAY
Secretary Kline Expects to Enroll
Three Thousand Old Grads
Before End of Month.
With thirty alumni clubB, having a
total membership of over GOO, already
organized within the state this month,
prospects for strong alumni spirit to
booBt tho University aro bright.
Expect Three Thousand.
Georgo W. Kline of tho class of
1900, who Is oxecutlvo secretary of tho
alumni association, oxpects fully 3,000
alumni to ally themselves with ono of
thoso local clubs, which aro bolng or
ganized In each county of tho state.
From six. to 200 is tho range of mem
bership in tho various cities and
towns, Omaha having tho largest club
in tho stato so far. Several of the
larger towns In tho Btato have no
alumni club as yet, but are soon to
8everal Per Day.
Secretary Kline expects to bo busy
during tho entire month and on some
days will organize two or throo clubs.
Ho is being givon valuable assist
ance by prominent alumni living in
tho towns where tho clubs aro being
Tho efforts of the organization will
bo dirocted toward developing Ne
braska spirit over tho ontiro state,
and to hold If posslblo, for Nebraska
University tho students who havo
heretofore boon takon yearly by east
ern schools. "
RUSSELL AT CONVOCATION
NOTED COLUMBIA PROFE880R
8PEAK8 TO 8TUDENJ8 AT
Dean Jas. E. Russell of Columbia
University, is, visiting with Dean For
dyco today, arid will speak at convo
cation in Memorial hall this morning.
Tho faculty of tho Teachers' College
will entertain Dr. Russell at a lunch
eon at the LIndell hotel from 12:30 to
At 11:00, In Memorial hall, he will
address tho studont body. This Is an
opportunity toear ono of the big
men of tho country. Don't miss it.
WINTER DRILL BEGINS
CLA88E8 OF INSTRUCTION TO BE
- TAUGHT BY BATTALION
Tho second year cadets began their
class studies on Tuesday evening.
-Theso men will bo taught theoretical
Military Science two days a week un
der tho instruction of tho battalion
, majors, and tho other two days they
'will bo schooled in drlllmastor work
by Commandant Yates.
Theso olasses will continue through
out tho winter, and meanwhile the
freshmen, will bo drilled by tho com
GETTIN' OUR GOAT?
' sJSff?-? -v'ifeZ,
AGRICULTURALISTS DEVELOP A
GRIDIRON INTERE8T HUNTER
TO COACH THE TEAM.
At a mass meeting hold Wednesday
morning In the asBombly room of Ag
ricultural hall, It was decided that tho
Stato Farm Aggies would begin at
once to dovelop a football team.
Hunter to Coach.
Prof. Fred Hunter, former Nebraska
star, is responsible, and will tako
chargo of tho team. Ho is said to
havo discovered somo good material,
and will begin to develop it at onco,
tho first practico having been set for
A committee on athletics was ap
pointed after tho mass mooting.
EXHIBIT TO OMAHA
"MADE AT NEBRA8KA" PRODUCT8
TO B-i 8HOWN AT STATE
YoBtorday was moving day for tho
"Mado at Nebraska" products which
will comprise tho University exhibit
at the Stato Teachers Meeting in
Omaha. The various articles from tho
dlfferont departments wero boxed and
taken to the Administration building
to be labeled. From there they were
taken to the freight house to be
It was thought at first that the UnU
vorBity would uso a separate car for
this purpose, but that was later con
sidered unnecessary. The "booth," or
exhibit, will bo arranged Saturday, If
DR. LAWRENCE 8PEAKS.
Addresses Y. W. C. A. Tuesday Even
At the regular TueBday evening
mooting "of the Y. IV.' O. A., Drr Law
rence of tho First Prosbytorlan church
spoko upon "Spiritual Culture," Miss
Hazel Stanton rendered 'the beautiful
solo, "Resignation." Tho meeting was
led b'y Miss Marjorjo Kunkol. Those
meetings aro proving very successful
and all University girls are urged to
VANDALS IN LAW SCHOOL
SEVERAL BOOK8 MI88ING FROM
LIBRARY 8HELVE8 CAU8E
CLA88 CAPTAIN8 AND MANAGERS
MAKING PLAN8 FOR
EINAL GAMES PLAYED NOVEMBER WTII
Proceeds of the Games to Buy Jerseys
for Winning Team Participants
to .Receive Numerals. .
Thefts of law case books from tho
law library are said by professors of
tho law school to bo leaving tho li
brary shelves in a seriously deplted
New Books Ordered.
Orders for new books to replace
thoso stolen have been given to tho
purchasing agent. Until the now
books arrive many law students are
bolng greatly Inconvenienced in study
ing, if not actually prevented from
preparing their cases.
NOT A CLASS AEEAIR
PAINTING ON M. E. BUILDING RE
SULT OF INDIVIDUAL
Tho painting of freshman signs and
numerals on tho rear of tho Mechani
cal Engineering building last week,
was the work of Individual vandals
discredited and disowned by tho
freshman class, according to Head
Professor James D. Hoffman of tho
department of mechanical onglneor
lng. The objectionable signs will bo ro
moved and the matter dropped.
"The painting was not only unau
thorized," says President Robert" E.
MaoFarland, "but tho class Is decided
ly opposed to all such pranks and will
do Its best to prevent them in tho
BAND TO AMES
LINCOLN AND OMAHA ALUMNI
RAISING FUNDS TO SEND
Lincoln Alumni, headed by S. P.
Dobbs and George Kline, aro allying
themselves with Omaha alumni in an
effort to raise funds to send the band
to Ames with tho team Saturday.
It Is confidently expected by tho
men at the head of the movement,
that their efforts will be successful,
Three hundred dollars is necessary to
finance the band's proposed trip.
Class football Is beginning with a
push. All four classes have largo
squadB out practicing and much prom
lsing material-is dally trying out on
Krug Leads the 8enlors.
Tho SenlorB havo olected aB their
captain, W. J. Krug, who has had con
siderable exporlenco in various linos
of athletics. Tho othor classes havo
not yot olected their captains, but
probably will bo fully' organized In tho
next few dayB. Tho different clasB
managers, appointed by tho presi
dents of the respective classes aro
busy arranging tho details for tho
contests in which theso teams will
play. Tho schedule aB arranged at
present will include two Borlos of
games, the first between tho fresh
men and sophomores, and tho second,
tho Seniors and the Juniors. On tho
following Wednesday tho winners of
theso two will meet in a final contoBt
on Nobraska Field. A big crowd is
expected to turn out for thoso games,
as they aro generally of groat intorestf
to tho members of tho different
Proceeds to Buy Sweaters.
Out of tho proceeds coming from
tho admission of fifteen cents to bo
charged at theso games. Tho class
numoral of tho winning class will bo
on tho sweaters, "so that thoy will
certainly add to tho rivalry of tho
REESE SPEAKS TO lAWYERS '
CHIEF JU8TICE ADDRE88E8 MYS
TIC MUG8 ON PRACTICAL
Chief Justice Reese of the Nebraska
supreme court, was the guest of the
Mystic Mugs at their second banquet
of the year, which was held at the
Lincoln hotel Tuesday ovonlng. Judge
Reese was the only speaker on the
Ho confined his remarks to the
practical difficulties which the young
lawyer Is forced to meet when he be
gins his legal career. At the cloflo of
his address several impromptu
speeches wero made by members of
tho organization. ,,
Komensky Club Meets.
The Komensky' club held its" regu
lar meeting Saturday evening in Sci
ence hall of tho Temple. Tho business
meeting was followed by a short pro
gram.' v For the benefit of the now
members 'Mr. A. Z. Donato discussed
"Tho Benefits of the Club' Miss Sara
Hrebek gave a very interesting ac
count of her trip through France,
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