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VOL. XI. NO 29.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN FRIDAY NOV. 3, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
OFF FOB AMES GAME
TEAM AND COACH TO LEAVE
NO SPECIAL RATES FOR ROOTERS
A Few Loyal Nebraskans to Accom
pany the Team Last Practice
" Satisfies Coach.
At 2:00 p. m. today tho Cornhusker
football squad leaves for Ames, Iowa
from tho Rock Island depot, 20th and
O stroots. Tho men who will make
tho trip as announced laBt night by
Conch E. O. Stiohm, aro Captain
Shonka, O. Frank, E. Frank, Warner,
Potter, Purdy, Gibson, Russell, Chaun
or, Lofgren, Mulligan, Harmon, Andor-
"BU8TIE" HARTE, AMES CAPTAIN.
son, SwanBon, Froltag, Hornborgor,
Elliott and Plorson. Goo. Racoly, who
was injured in tho Missouri gamo last
COACH WILLIAMS, OF AMES.
Saturday, may accompany tho toamf
but will not bo permitted to don a
Students Go Too.
, Many students are planning to defy
tho railroads and mako tho trip with
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TO ASSIST NEEDY STUDENTS
APPLICATIONS FOR LOAN8 TO BE
RECEIVED BY CpMMITTEE
Applications for loans to students,
to assist thorn in defraying oxponses
whllo attonding tho University, aro to
bo' received during tho next week or
two. Dr. C. E. Bossoy, Prof. G. R.
Chatburn and Assistant Secrotary Max
Westormann of tho Board of Regents
comprise tho commltteo in oharge of
tho fund from which tho loans are to
The fund consists of $3,000 and was
foundod last year by Hon. John R.
Wobster of Omaha; Hon. W. G. Whit-
moro of Valley, who Is a member of
tho Board of Regents, and. Dr. J. A.
Waddell of Kansas City. Each man
contributed $1,000 and two-thirds of
tho fund is reserved for tho uso of
Uppor classmen and students of
thrifty and inexpensive habits will bo
given tho preference in making tho
loans, according to tho committee.
MANDOLIN CLUB ORGANIZED
UNIVERSITY MUSICIANS MAKING
PLANS FOR SUCCESSFUL
Tho promoters of tho Mandolin club
aro doing ovorythlng possible to give
Nebraska an organization of which
she may bo proud.
Diligent work on their part cannot
bo offoctlvo unless spirit Is shown
among tho individuals who havo spe
cial talent along musical linos. Ar
rangements aro to bo mado by tho
Mandolin club prompters for out of
town trips and numerous tours.
A mooting is to bo held next Thurs
day night at tho Delta Upsllon house
and important topics aro to bo dis
cussed. All having mandolins, guitars or oth
er stringed Instruments, aro urged to
ONE TRIP TAKEN ALREADY
PROFESSOR ENGBERG'8 ADVICE
TAKEN TO HEART BY ONE
One student has already accepted
Prof. Engberg's advice and withdrawn,
from tho University to avoid being ex
pelled for low scholastic standing.
Other students will bo doing tho same
soon, according to tho delinquency
committee, if they, do not brings up
their marks at once.
RE8EARCH WORK IN BOTANY.
Miss Johnson Drawing 8ections
Fossil Wood Found In Omaha.
Miss Gertrude Johnson, an assist
ant in the Department of Botany, is
drawing sections of somo fossil wood
found near pmaha. Tho wood was
found two hundred feet underground,
and a piece of It sent to the Univer
sity to be examined. Prof. Bessey cut
the sections which Miss Johnson is
COLUMBIA EDUCATOR ADDRE88E8
8TUDENT8 ON EDUCATIONAL
A largo number of students took ad
vantage of tho opportunity to hoar Dr.
RtiBBbll of Columbia University, at
convocation yesterday morning.
Dr. Russell is dean- of ono of tho
largest and. best teachers' colleges Tn
tho country, and was largely Instru
mental in raising it to its present
standard. Ho is now on a tour of
investigation over tho country. Tho
faculty of tho teachers' collogo enter
tainod him at tho Llndoll hotol yes
terday. Discusses 8tudent Problems.
In his talk at convocation, ho dis
cussed tho broader problems and re
sponsibilities of student life. Ho im
pressed upon the Btudents thoir part
as leaders In tho social Hfo of tho
country at largo and urged them to
make tho most of thoir opportunities.
Dr. Russell spoko with earnostneBB
and conviction and his lecture was
LB. TEMPLE MARRIED
FORMER VARSITY CAPTAIN MAR
RIED IN OMAHA WED
NESDAY. L. B. Temple, ox '12, and more gen
erally known as "Jack" ontored tho
field of matrimony Wednesday when
ho was married to Miss Hilda Sand
berg of Omaha.
Tomplo was a prominent Varsity
football player, having captained tho
team in 1910. Ho is a member of tho
Phi Kappa PbI fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Tomplo will mako
their-homo in Lexington.
HARMON AT CONVOCATION
TO GIVE ILLU8TRATED LECTURE
OF HIS TRIP THROUGH
An illustrated lecture on Palestine
will bo given by Rev, H. H. Harmon
in Memorial hall today at 5 o'olock.
Ho traveled through tho Holy Land
two years ago andflls views, mostly
colored, aro exceptionally flno." His
lecture will bo a trip through modern
alestine as it is today.
NEW COMPANY AT f ARM
COMPANY "I" ADDED TO BATTAL-
ION, MAKING 8IX COM---
A new company is to bo added to
the Stato Farm battallion of padots
It will bo known rfs Company I, and
will bo the sixth at, tho Farm, making
that battalion large and well bal
anced, Applications for commissions
in. the new company aro now being
received by tho cadet authorities at
Drill was held at the Farm for the
first time Wednesday.
STATE TEACHERS TO
MEET SOON IN OMAHA
UNIVERSITY MEN AND WOMEN
ON BIQ PROGRAM.
LARGE ATTENDANCE IS EXPECTED
Dates for the Omaha Teachers Meet
Ing November 8, 9, and 10
According to tho program of tho
Nebraska Stato Teachers' association
which moots in Omaha Novombor 8, 0
and 10, Nobraska Unlvorslty profes
sors aro to play no small part in tho
program of that part of tho mooting
devoted to collego affairs.
Dr. II. K. Wolfo, Dean Chas. For
dyco, Prof. Lauronco Fosslor, Dr. Goo.
Condra, Prof. C. E. Perslngor, Prof.
F. M. Fling, Dr. R. G. Clapp, Prof.
P. M. Buck, and Fred Huntor, as woll
as many others, appear in promlndfit
places throughout tho official pro
gram. In addition to those on tho program
for tho convention of tho collogo sec
tion, which is to bo hold in tho Pros
byterian church on Thursday, Novom
bor 10, others havo places on tho pro
gram of tho general conforonco.
Nebraska Unl Men Lead.
Tho flrBt mooting will convono at
2:00 p. m., and will bo devoted to bus
iness. It is rtraiorod that Bomo start
ling developments may result from
this meeting, but nothing definite can
bo learned nt this timo. Tho buBlnosB
Is understood to concern tho reorgan
ization of tho section, and' important
mattors relating to membership wilt
At 3:00 p. ra. tho general session
will convono in chargo of Professor
Paul H. Grummann, anjj. "under tho
leadership of Professors Fling and
Gass of Nebraska and Dean F. X. Mc
Monamy of Creighton University. Tho
topic is "Tho Essentials of An Arts
Medical Problems Up.
Tho topic in tho Administrative di
vision, which convenes at 3:00 p. m.
will bo "Means of Putting Into Effect
tho Preliminary Report of tho Medi
cal Inspection"" Commltteo." This
meeting will bo under tho supervision
of Professor Lucile Eaves, with Dean,
BeBsoy, Dr. W. F. Mliroy, and Dr.
Inez Phllbrick as leadgrs.
Tho officers of tho association at
present are, PreB. W. R. Jackson; sec
retary, H. B. Alexander; oxocutivo
commltteo, P. H. Grummann, Lucllo
Eaves, W. R. Jackson, H. B. Alexan
der and P. M. Buck.
Chancellor Samuel Avery is taking
an especial interest in tho mooting
this year, and has urged all the Uni
versity faculty members to attend
BE88EY RECEIVES INQUIRY.'
Dean'of Philippine School Wants Rela
tive to Plant Growth.
. Dr. Bessey is in receipt of a letter
from Dean Copeland of thq College of
Agriculture of the University of the
Philippines, making particular in
quiries in regard to tho method fol
lowed in the teaching of botany, es
pecially of Plant Physiology.
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