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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBBABKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY ()!' NEBRASKA
M. V. HEED
Kenneth M. Snyder
John L. Cutright
Fred N. Wells
Husinoss Manager J. L. DrlBColl
AnfllHtant Manager Krank 8. Perkins
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Nebraska, as nc ond class mail matter,
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Tuesday, Scptnnbet 2.'i, l'.H.t
AN EASTERN EXPERIMENT.
Names Go the Way of
the Forgotten When
Called at First Roll
NnincB aro supposedly attached to
persons as identification tags, claim
checks, so to speak, but anyone who
over advanced this theory can see the
exceptions which prove the rulo every
openlnc day of school. Then It 1b
that the froshman wonders whethor
he's in class or not, whether he's oven
registered or not. And It is not al
ways the now students, but frequently
the old stand-by's, who had thought
their position on the official roll books
secured by several semesters.
One of the chestnuts which never
gnws olu is cracked every time the
professor mixes his genders in calling
tli' first roll. As sure as fate, the
class laughs when some meek little
Nebraska is watching with inter
est effects of the injection of eastern
athletic blood into the scheme of ath
letics which has been developed by
Coach Stlehm and which has proved
so very successful in comparison with
the other schools of the valley. Assistant-coach
Dudley has been con
sidered a fair type of eastern athlete,
bnvipg played three seasons in the
back Hold with Dartmouth, and he will
be depended upon to emphasise those
points in play which make eastern
football what it is. The quoation is,
Just what is oastern football?
Our alumni have conceived the idea
I'n sliniiiu Kirl is forced to admit that
she's not under fals' colors in ans
werhm to the name of say. "Mr. Jean
T- " It is even better, to assume
that that brawny candidate for foot
ball honors is Miss Frances .
We'll admit that some of our names
ar funny, but it is somewhat of a
rub to have the class think so, too.
"Mr. Dippy, is Mr. Dippy prosent'"
queries the instructor, and Mr. Dippy
sinks gracefully Into the nearest corn
er before replying.
Perhaps somotlmo all names will bo
typewritten, and the instructor will
, . , . . . I
not uavo io reiy so mucn upon nis
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that Nebraska should folow the ea-it
ern style of play, and therefore th
demand for an eastern player as ,i
Bistant coach In general the idea
should be a good one, but it remains
to determine in what Nebraska is
weak, and whetlur tl.e eastern meth
ods differ enough trom our town to
make any appreciable difference In
the opinion of the average Nebraskan,
Coach Stlehm is building up a style
of play here in Lincoln which is mak
ing good. It has proved effective
against our conference neighbors. If
coach Dudley can help make it effec
tive against Minnesota to him will
fall no small share of the praise. But
to Coach Stlehm and his "western"
system, wo doff our hats. In other
words. Nebraska is more then glad
to get the assistance of Coach Dud
ley, as a coach. As an Instructor in
eastern methods his work will bo re
garded largely as an experiment, and
loyal Cornhusker appreciation will re
ward its success.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Hros.,
Printers, 1313 N street.
Rooms in modern home, close in,
one single, one large double front room
for Uni girls. 1439 S St.
Crowd at Fulk Opening
Several Thousand Visited the New Store on
Several thousand people attended the opening of the
Fulk Clothing Company's new clothes shop Saturday. All
were agreeably surprised to see the new store and heartily
agreed that it was the most beautiful and best equipped
store for modern merchandising they had ever seen even in
much larger cities.
Those who did not attend this opening, whether they
wish to buy clothing or not, will be well paid to visit this
elegant clothes shop for men.
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