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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
1'uhllshed by tho Student Publica
tion Hoard of tho University of No-"brnflka
F. ('. MoConnell
C. ('. Huchanan
Associate Kdltor . .Merrill V. Hood
Associate Kdltor Kenneth M Snyder
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KntiTl nt tho pontofllce nt Lincoln,
Nebraska, an hithiii! cIrhh ninll mutter.
under tho Act of CoiiKn-HH of Miircti 3,
Searlo HolmoH wrltos of tho gloom
that norms to prevail In the Gophor
camp It's good nown, but we're not
getting overconfident -yet.
There are 2,227 students enrolled In
the University at the present tlmo. ac
cording to the Registrar's figures Sec
rotary Dales took In $31,748 70 during
Louis H Anderson, who won a place
on tho Olympic team, was a visitor on
the campus during tho week.
SATURDAY, OCTOHKR S, 1912
THE WEEK'S REVIEW.
A Brief Resume of Evente of Past
Week, as Gleaned from Back Files.
The game Saturday between the
varsity and freBhmett served to give
boiiio lineup on what could be expect
ed of Stiehm's proteges Tbo line ap
peared to bo tho weak feature of the
loam, and tho week has boon spent In
-adding some strength to it
Control of class election? is to be
centered In the Registrar'. office A
universal Australian ballot system Is
to go Into effect next Tuesday
Dean O V V Stout of the College
of Engineering is attending the Na
tional Irrigation Congress In Salt Lake
Hr Coorgo K Condra, president of
the National Association of Conserva
tion Commissioners; Dean Uessoy, and
Regent Coupland comprise tho Nebras
ka delegation to the National Conser
vation Congress in Indianapolis
Tho University Glee Club gets into
motion by setting Monday, October 7,
as the date for the annual tryout.
A Woodrow Wilson club and a stu
dents' progressive league were formed
among the students Brother Taft
does not appear to bo In the running
Season athletic tickets are again
put on the market, and Manager Guy
E Rood reports a heavy sale
Ralph Sweeley, editor of tho TJ13
Comhusker, let the contract for the
engraving Sweeley is laying the Kesults of the season ticket cam
fniinilniinns for the best book over I)aK ftr ming In slowly Manager
Mi.rui,,. fr,.r,,mi. ,-ommi np. n I ItotMl thinks that the boosters' commit
week of perfunctory "rushing " I x H()ld llboul 7r tickets in all This
Harold R Mulligan of Beatrice more than have ever boon sold so
comes out for senior president He is I oarl' ln y othor ypnr. although it
followed by the following aspirants in (loeH not rach th" limit of L000- whl('
FOOTBALL AI1USKI) IN 1583
Football always has had Its enemloB
Tho oldest attack on the game Is dis
closed In an ancient book recently dis
covered In a Holloway garret
In "The Anatomlo of Abuses," a
work published ln lf83, the game Is
round abused Its author, one Philip
Stubbes, describes football as "A
bloodle and murthering practice "
"For doth not overyono lye ln walte
for his advorsaurle," he argues, "seek
lng to overthrow him or to plcko him
on his nose, though it be upon hard
stones? In ditch or dale, In valley or
hill, or what place souer it be, ho
caroth not, so ho have him down. And
be that can serve tho most of his
fashion he Is counted the only follow,
and who but ho?"
Football must have boon a stronu
ous pastime In those days Dally
Tho shades of night wore falling fast
When through a college town there
A youth who wandered all alone
And spoke In muffled monotone
"6 18 5-26 9-4 "
"Oh. stay awhile," a stranger said,
"And rest your worn and weary head "
He only gazed with vacant eye
And muttered aB ho wandered by
He strode away In falling night.
And as he disappeared from sight
Wo heard his distant voice: "I'll bet
I learn them gol darn signals yet
other classes Junior, Clark Dickon
sen, Fred Trumble; sophomore, Phil
was originally set Those who desire
tickotB before tho Bellovue game may
Southwick. Louis Melr. freshman, Paul I I"irchaso them -at Manager Reed's of
Dennis, Berkely Thomas, C S JIol--comb,
Frederick MacDonald, P A
Tho Y. M C. A starts a campaign
for funds and moots with moderate
A statement is issued from the
Chancellor's office explaining the po
sition of the University anent military
drill- The situation seems to bo one
Tho Regimental Band presents a
creditable appearance in tho Ak-Sar-Ben
parade A four year rule goes into
effect, wWch it Is expected will ln
crease the efficiency of this popular
The engineering Bociety puts a little
"pep" in the activities of the Engl
neerlng College by announcing an at
j tractive program for the semester.
Woodrow Wilson gets the most votes
n a upll of the senior law class
flee at any tlmo.
Debate Meeting Postponed.
Tho Students' Debating Club will
not meet this evening on account of
the rally for Governor Wilson Tho
next regular mooting will be a week
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