The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 01, 1913, Image 2
' V .. . iTMi)-l m&mmMMmrtmm'riia&m MHttl l(cV'"" n THE DAILY NEBEASKAN Proporiy of THE UNIVF-RSITY OF NEHRASKA Lincoln. M. V. REED EdHor-lnChlof Managing Editor Annoclato Editor Annoclato Editor Kenneth M. Snydor John j. Outright Fred N. WHlo REPORTORIAI. STAFF II. V. Harlan Athh-tlcs Kthel Arnold Women Dean Mcllrlcn. Ruth Squires, Robert Holland. Louis Horne, Clara Dodds, Olen Everts. Earl Keefer, H. V Koupal, Homer RhilllpH. Clar nce Spier. Max Haehr, RosucU Weeks. ct. Huh. Mnr. Frank S. l'erkins circulation Manager I. C Heard Subscription price 'M per M-ar, Single Copies. f eontH each Entered at the postolTlee ;it Lincoln. Nebraska, as second-class mail matter, under t ho Act of Confess r March 3. 1879. Saturday, Nnvembei I. llJ NEB. AND THE CONFERENCE. i The report has been spread broad cast through the Vallo that Nebraska is planning to drop out of the Missouri Valley Conference at the end of the year. Newspapers have jumped at an inference i nthe recent statement of Chancellor Avery, and have formed the premature conclusion that it was a ftatement to the effect that Nebraska would proceed to sever relations with the southern schools. As a matter of fact, the Chancellor did not make a statement that would justify their con clusions. And until an official action is taken by the Conference which would call the decree into action, Nebraska does not intend to move out of the conference on its account. " The part of the statement which furnished this inference Is as follows: " . he right of students of the University of Nebraska to partici pate in any athletic contest, in tercollegiate or otherwise, shall not be abridned on account of race i or color. And furthermore, that Nebraska will not remain in any athletic association or concerence where such right is abridged." Meaning that Nebraska did not in- tend to be dictated to by an member' of the conference as to whether she would pla one student or another, so long as conference rules were upheld., And that if the conference ever took j official action which would restrict the i THE FOLSOM BAKERY AND CAFE 1325- 1331 N STREET Asks a share of your patronage. We are equipped to serve you and serve you right A trial is all we ask. THE FOLSOM BAKERY AND CAFE 1325 -- 1331 N STREET freedom of the Nebraska students in this respect, Nebraska would then sever her latlons. Nebraska is at present embroiled in a conference mess, precipitated by the Kansas management. The color line Is drawn in several of the southern universities, including Kansas, and now Kansas assumes a dictatorial role and protests Nebraska's colored guard, who is playiny his third year with the I ICillTl. Ill IB lUICyUMU V,UII1,IU0IUII . - I. a . . .. a m x m a An.nAinM sanctioned by Coach Stiehm, that Ro6s will play. Nebraska draw6 no color line! Kansas says: "Other schools have severed athletic relations on less pro cation that Nebraska has given Kansas this fall." Ish-ka-bibble, Kansas. Kansas fit. bled and died for the .larky m 1861, but now the leading in--lUilon of -learning in.. that Statc.Qth jects to allowing him the privileges ac corded to his white delcnders. Incon sistency, thy name is Kansas. Cut. GAGE COUNTY FARMERS INSPECT AG COLLEGE Over Three Hundred I'eople Visit School and Listen to Proiessors. rsh'l il.i' Hlh (l.iuc iOlllll Ua at iln- Stall F. it in. Fa i in I lemotiM rator I.Htten- liiiniMir-: in more than three iuindii I i oplo. p.uents ami their ehil dun, iHiin the northern part ot Cage loutiis Tin- il.i was -pent in an in spection ol the Agricultural school l the dilterent buildings were visited and tlio work explained in cadi. Picnic dinneis were brought along and easten in tho .Judging pavilion. In the after noon the cadHs gave an exhibition drill lor the isitors after which an lnfoim.il meeting was held in the pa vilion The speakers were Chancellor Aver, Dean Uurnett, several of the department heads, and Dr. S. E. Cos ford of the United States department of agriculture. Dr. Cosford has been sent here by the government to take up the work in the prevention of hog cholera and i will deote his energies to the new '.listiict including Johnson county and the northern hall oi" Cage county. This I was lii'. lirst opportunity to meet the people in this distiict and he explained is i tioi ou;ni as possiuie uiu nuiuiu )t tin wok as well as ombatiag the disease his plans in - Artistic danco programs and menuB or particular people. George Bros., Printers, 1313 N street. Jtt Wti)vv Saita lflo:!. The Viirsity h-nves via Rock Island for Iowa (Mt. where they will play the University of Iowa. They will take with them two ten-Raallon kegs of Huckner's Heer. which is brewed from pure Nebraska water (?). 1909. The athletic hoard votes favorably on the proposition oi kivimk kuiu football watch charms to tho member:? of the varsity if they defeat Kansas Saturday and thereby win the cham pionship of the Missouri Valley. 1910. Milwaukee will root for Nebraska during her struggle with Wisconsin. She declares ner Impartiality, yet would give the Cornhuskers her vocal support. Tho game will be piay-l in Milwaukee. 19112. The Nebraska dairy stock judging team returns from the National Dairy Show at Chicago, where they carried ofl the lirst honors from fourteen other i ompetitors. The Nebraska team scored over L'OO points over their nearest competitor, the Iowa Aggies. I SCANDINAVIANS MEET TODAY 1 The "Swedish Club" will have an ' entertainment at the farm campus 'Saturday evening. November 1. All members ol the society are to meet and take the t':''0 ear at Twelfth and () The lirst stop will he at Machin ery Hall. Alter the "feed" there, the i rowd will go to Agricultural Hall 10 r, where a program will be given. A jolly time is anticipated. All Scandinavians are invited. A "Square Deal" for everybody is the "Spalding Policy." We guarantee each buyer of an article bearing the Spalding Trade Mark, that such an article will give satisfaction and a reasonable amount of service. A. G. SPALDING & BROS. 1616 Arapahoe St. - - Denver, Colo University Jeweler and Optician C. A. TUCKER JEWELER S- S. SHEAN OPTICIAN 1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED SIMMONS, THE PRINTER Good Printing tt MARK y' . THEATRES Oliver Theater Today 2:30 Tonight 8. 1 5 LAURA FRANKENFIELD IN 'The Awakening of Helena Ritchie1 MAT., 50c & 25c; N.ght, $1 to 25c. MONDAY NIGHT, NOW 3. BLANCHE RING IN "WHEN CLAUDIA SMILES." NOV. 4, "The MASTER MIND. ORPHEUM THURS, FRIDAY AND SAT. Oct. ?,-l, Nov 1. 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