The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 17, 1913, Image 1

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VOL XIII. NO. 1. UNIVEifeltrJoF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1913 - Price, 5 Cent
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PRELIMINARY PRACTICE BRING
OUT 20 PLUNGING HUSKIES
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FIRST FORMAL PRACTICE TODAY
Whistle. Ushcrinq In Season, Blows atf
10 O'clock This Mornlng-rOIci
Men and New Out for
Places.
Tho 1913 football season opens for-j
mally at 10 o'clock this mornltig, pruc
tico to begin immediately. Bo sajM
"Jumbo" Steihm, director and guard
ian of tho fortunes of the Scarlot1 afe' I
Cream for the coming year JntffaCt i
tho men havo been playing tatfw I
Unit's 'fur a 'weuh-or -moret-jHtfi-WOft
faithful coming back with the coacl
several weeks ago.
Two dozen huskies were issued, theli
togs yesterday afternoon, and for tW
hours exchanged kicks and tore up th )
turf with a vigor that listened gopd"t
the pessimistic Steihm. The back floM
causes him little worry, but the.lacljC
of old men In the line serlouBlycrlp
nipn thn nfffirtiveneBs of tholeam ana
will make the coach hustle toMejrelop
suitable material from last yftyfreaU'J
men
"With Howard at end, and "pfenty of
good back field men for the akeletott
of a team, Steihm has less thanthrC
weekB before the Washburn gathei:
which to fill out his line.
Cameron, a sophomore, is-jjfttiencf
most favorably as holdingdawrntbe
position at tackle. "Tutt$$Zc$r'lO,
quarterback, writes from fsfew York
that he will be back about the'flrst if
tho month. "Too lato for he Minne
sota game," says the coach mournfully
Hawkins is tho man scheduled forthijt
job, according to pre-seasorf aoBf Bjlt
it is as yet much too oarlytto Torot.
TO' THE 8TUDENT8:
Aftor you have found a place to MVe and registered In the Uni
versity, you will find a little time at your disposal before real work
begins. Some of you will want to earn some money; so get busy
looking for work not snaps. Tho Y. M. C. A. will be a great hejp to
you In this, but you can help yourself best. Hero Is a hint; Now Is
a good time to get rid of dandeJLonfH'th6VevlVlh'g" lawns; There are
a lot of people In the southeast and other-parts of this towp who have
too many dandelions and too much money. Help them get rid of both.
Cold days are coming. Tending furnaces will soon be good exer
cise. It Is great to be paid for taking the exercise that you really must
Kajye. Then look about the campus. Learn the names and places of
the buildings. Next get In touci with the professors, tliey don't like
to be "touched," by they do like to be gotten In touch vyith. There is
a distinction. You will be surprised to learn what a really fine group
of ('men and women compose the faculty.
When it comes to the wor. of next week, the chief game lo, of
course, to work the professors. You want high grades at the expense
of not too much effort. This Is tho secret: work Just as hard as you
an r rmipu nf ninnth.. Ry that time vou will haVO BUch a lead
1913 REGISTRATION . ON
Everything In Readiness For ExpeaUd
Rush of Coming Three .
Days.
KEEP INSTRUCTIONS JNfttND
that you can keep ahead of the game with little effort. Or It may be
that by that time you will like your lesoons so much that you will
charge study up to your fun account. Anyway, get Into the race at
the start, and you are sure to win. t -
There arc a few other points, but I can sum them as follows.
When In doubt, go to Dean Engberg or Miss Graham. Last but not
least, subscribe for tho Rag.
Cordially yours,
S. AVERY,
Chancellor.
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rain or shine from tho footunu weatmr
map, while the next week or japily.
work wonderful changes in heNebrais
ka line-up, as well as her caace'Uh
Minnesota. '" ISfa
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Arivanr Rai For Minnesota,''
Out of Sight Ticket rWljf
to prim. ;;
Manager Reed announcdthatjStJe
advance sale for tho MinpaajgaaniQ
is the largest in the hlaloryyot the
school, the number of sbatsa? Jar
reserved or accounted tot liayl'AB al
ready reached five thousand 'Etpush'
seats, however, have been saved an
order to accomodate those yvho v jir
chaae season tickets. ' I
Season tlcekts admitting to all ftie
athletic events of tho year go on sale
at 1:00 o'clock this afternoon. They
may be purchased only at tho old
Daily NebraskaiT office in the , oase-
ment of Administratilon building.
They may bo reserved at Harry lit
er's.
Tho Minnesota game will bo the
event of the annual homecoming for
the alumni, and letters so far received
indicate that the graduate wCll as
semble at tho game from all portions
of the United States.
mtl MAKE LINEMEN WORK
ftlehmJAdds New Tackling Dummy to
J " ' Early-Sea Jon Equipment.
Coach Stiehm has added a new tack
ling dummy to his collection of ap
paratus in tho Instruction of football
aspirants. Made by Spauldlng, of tho
lateaitypo. It is said to bo wonderfully
human in eluding the wild grasps of a
flying freshman.
The' figure swings from a waffold at
vthei;80utheaat end of tho field, and tho
ground beneath it is covered with sev
eral loads of excelsior, providing a,
fairly soft spot to light in at any rate.
Stiehm expects to use It a grea't deal
In training his linemen for positions
on the first team
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CHANCELLOR'S FORMAL ADDRESS
Freshmen
Follow On
Meetings
Thursday.
Tuesday morning, at tho usual con
vocation hour, Chancellor Avery will
officially open tho univorsity year with
his annual address to tho studonts.
His is the first of a succession of
convocation addresses which are
being arranged for by Professor Gru
mann. However, tho following con
vocation period, Thursday, will bo I
given ovor to tho froshmen meetings.
The men will gather In Momorinl Hall,
and at ihe same hour the girls meet
In tho Temple theater.
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Confusion Indicental to 8tartlng Year's
Work May Easily Be Avoided
If Instructions Noted,
l'irst somostor registration BtnrtH
today, tho tickets already given out
at the Registrar's office permitting ac
tive registration In the Armory, In
cluding the filling out of schoduleB, to
start at two o'clock. Tho Armory has
been crowded with formidable rows
nf pVifilrn nwnlllnc tho V1iov Hirnnir
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of old and new studentfl and tho
Registrars office has a corps of as
sistants prepared to accomodate the
rush. Doc. Dalos' skull cap hns been
neatly pressed for tho occasion, whllo
he himself is in fine trim to battlo
his way Into tho summer earnings
that will pile i)p before hini during
the next few days.
With the hope of allaying tho cus
tomary confusion that besots registra
tion annually tho registrar haB Is
sued tho following Instructions, spe
cial attention in which is called to
the fact that all now students wllr bo
ro(juIred to do nothing whatsoever be
fore seeing tho Registrar in tho east
end of tho Armory:
i. All new students will first seo tho
Registrar in tho Armory, east entrance.
2. All, except new students, first so
curo Assignment and Registration
Ticket west entrance Memorial Hall
for an hour in which tcroglslor. Al m
low sufficient tliHFTdrrparo-yQur np' "
plication before your hour of-registration.
3 All, oxcepf new students, seo Ad
visers In their department offices.
Prepare applications and secure ap
proval of tiQ Dean .before tho Com-
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