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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
THE BEST UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD
Eva Miller Editor-in-Chief
George Grimes Managing Editor
Vivienne Holland Associate Editor
Ivan Beede Associate Editor
Walter Blunk Business Manager
Homer Carson ....Assistant Business Manager
Larue Gillern Assistant Business Manager
Offices: News, Basement, University Hall; Business, Basement,
Telephones: News, L-4841; Business, B-2597.
Published every day during the college year. Subscription, per
Entered at the postoffice at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class
mail matter under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
THE OFFER OF THE COLLEGE
To be at home in all lands and all ages; to count Nature a familiar
acquaintance and Art an intimate friend; to gain a standard for the
appreciation of other men's work and a criticism of your own; to carry
the keys to the world's library in your pocket, and feel its resources
behind you in whatever task you undertake; to make hosts of friends
among men of your own age who are to be leaders in all walks of life;
to lose yourself in generous enthusiasms and co-operate with others
for common ends; to learn manhood from students who are gentlemen
and form character under professors who are Christians. This is the
offer of the college for the best four years of your life. William
Clean rooting was a noticeable feature of the game Saturday after
noon. A real sportsman is one who can cheer when the other side
makes a score. He also refrains from "crabbing" the referee when he
makes a decision in favor of the opponents, even if the referee may be
mistaken, which is always the case. Be a "good sport" at the games.
There were half a dozen young women sitting m a row in the
bleachers at a certain football game, and back of them were some men
who Bmoked like chimneys and intermittently flecked their ashes off
on the girls in front of them. "Ashes to ashes and dust to dust" wasn't
in it with the dirt from the cigars and cigarettes consumed. Two
suits and a hat were ruined on account of the two human Vesuviuses,
and an opinion, of a smoking man at a football game, was formed
that is anything but complimentary.
Tuesday will be Tag Day for the band, and every Black Masque,
Silver Serpent, and Xi Delta will sell tags to send the band to Oregon
for the game the twenty-first. Twenty six hundred dollars is needed
to pay the expenses of the band's trip to Portland and every effort is
being made to raise the money before the trip.,,. Don't forget your
pocket books tomorrow, and don't go home without a tag.
Very few men have gone out for track as yet, according to the
athletic department. In the past two or three years Nebraska has had
practically no track team to speak of.
Athletics is one of the things that puts any school "on the map"
and track is a big item in athletics. Out of eighteen hundred men in the
University there should be at least a hundred men trying to make the
Frederick Squire Hemry, M. A.. Uni
versity of Nebraska, is head of the
t Modern Languages department at the
Tome School, Port Deposit, Md.
Students of Jewish descent send ad
dress to Prof. J. Singen, 1519 C, by
first of week.
Loeb's Orchestra, B-3708 B-1S92.
TO RENT Good rooms for two or
three gentlemen. One block from
school. Inquire at 331 No. 13th.
LOST Self-Ailing Waterman fountain
pen. Finder please return same to
student activities office. 17-18-19
LOST White Shrine pin having on
it a star, shepherd'B crook and
v bite cross. Return to student ac
tivities office. L-4489. 18-19
FOUND Fountain pen in Temple
building, marked University. Owner
can have same by calling at stu
dent activities office and paying
for this ad. 18-20
PLAYS FOOTBALL AT
Students at the University of Kan
sas are rejoicing over the enrollment
of one Paul Rutherford, a cousin of
"Dick" Rutherford, assistant coach
and captain of the 1915 all-victorious
Cornhuskers. Paul is said to have a
brilliant high school football career be
hind him, and Is being urged to go out
for freshman football.
Like his cousin Dick, the Kansas rep
resentative of the Rutherford family
shows a tendency toward proficiency
in not one, but a number of branches
of athletics. Besides playing quarter
back on the Wellington, Kas., high
school team for four years, he upheld
the honor of his school in track and
basketball. Since entering Kansas
university, he has registered for fall
track, but says that he "hasn't got
around" for football yet.
Although Nebraskans are like
Shakespeare, somewhat skeptical when
it comes to nameB, Cornhusker rooters
ai-e not very desirous of having another
Rutherford of "Dickie's calibre; that is,
if he is to strengthen the eleven of
a valley opponent.
IF Your Eyes Ache
IF Your Eyelids Inflame
IF You Have Pain in Eyeball
Establ'mhed 1871 1143 O St
YALE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
The report of the Vale bureau of
appointments for the year 1915-1C junt
completed, shows a striking total of
affiiHtanee to self-supporting students
in finding work and in scholarship
awards. Eight hundred and nine stu
dents were enrolled with the bureau
for work; 2.178 individual items of
work were given to students directly
by the bureau during the nine months
or the college year, from which tne
men have reported total earnings of
144,808.74; 231 positions were given
for the summer, from which the esti
mated total income is $45,019, making
a grand total of earnings by students
from work directly referred to them
by the bureau of $90,427.24. It is esti
mated that the total income of self
supporting students is a qurater of a
million dollars. Exchange.
all the campus news
tliB best Varsity
CRUSHES DRAKE BULLDOGS
(Continued from Page One)
Coach Stewart has a few tricks up his
On the kick-off Drake fumbled, but
recovered. After related attempts
to gain had failed they punted. The
ball took a bad bound and Cook was
only able to get his fingers on it and
it rolled away, to be fallen upon by
a Drake player.
Then started a series of passes and
end runs which were spoiled by "Otie"
and Ted. After Drake was penalized
and Gardiner had punted 36 yards,
Drake had to punt, and Cook returned
20 yards. Following a scries of line
tilunires Rhodes scored on a buck
through tackle. Corey kicked goal.
Score: Nebraska, 7; Drake, 0.
A series of line plunges by the entire
back field mixed with a fake place
kick which resulted in a successful
forward pass, put the ball on the
Drake 20 yard line at the end. of the
The second quarter opened with a
place kick by Corey, which missed
by inches. Drake here took a spurt
and gained about 30 yards on forward
passes from the old spread play. But
their gains soon ended in a mixed
play when a ball, passed from center
hit one of the backs and was recovered
by a Nebraskan. Cook immediately
pulled off his 43 yard run lor a touch
down. It was a thriller and brought
the stands to their feet. Corey kicked
Score: Nebraska, 14; Drake, 0.
The next touchdown came after re
peated bucks through the line and a
52-yard run by Cook, followed by a dive
of one yard by Doyle over the goal
line. Corey missed goal.
Score: Nebraska, 20; Drake, 0.
After the ball had changed hands
once and Nebraska had made repeated
gains through the line the half ended
with the ball in Nebraska's possession
on Drake's 25 yard line.
The second half was a repetition of
the first with a little more running
on the part of the Cornhuskers. The
first touchdown was made on a long
run by Gardiner. The next was made
on a fake kick formation by Dobson
after a 20 yard run. "Otie" intercepted
a pass and ran 70 yards for the next
touchdown. A beautifully executed
forward pass from Gardiner to Riddell
netted the next score.
The last score came in the fourth
quarter, after Riddell had made a run
a la Chamberlain for 63 yards and
"Otie" had gone over for the final
touchdown, when Corey kicked the
Score: Nebraska, 53; Drake, 0.
Nebraska , Drake
Otoupalik le ...C.Smith
Corey It ....... . . . Warnock
E. Kosltzkey lg Neal
Moser c, Sprong
Dale .rg L. Smith
Wilder .rt .... . HoffmeiBter
Riddell re. ....... Allbaugh
Gardiner rh Irvin
Rhodes' ..rfb-q Sarff
Doyle lfb-fb..... Blackburn
Cook ..lh Jernegan
Substitutes: Nebraska Dobson for
Doyle, Norris for Kositzky, Caley for
Cook, Cameron for Moser, Maloney for
Otoupalik, Otoupalik for Rhodes,
Hoadley for Riddell, Riddell for Caley,
Proctor for Rhodes. Drake Houser
for Jernegan. White for Smith. Smith
for Blackburn, Crail for lrvin, Simpson
Referee: Hadden, ex-Chicago. Um
pire, Cockran, K. C. A. C. Head
linesman: Kearnes, Bellevue.
Touchdowns: Rhodes, Cook, Doyle,
Otoupalik 2, Riddell, Dobson. Gardi
ner. Goals from touchdown: Corey 5.
BUTTONS FOR GIRLS
Green buttons with the numerals '20
surrounded by a small white circle,
Mgn'fying innocence, will be worn by
all freshman girls at the University or
Minnesota this year. The feature of
the plan lies in the fact that they
are not required by tradition but nev
ertheless everj girl has pledged her
self as being willing to wear one. Ex
Frank Lane, Jr., fifteen year old,
has signified his intention of running
for the presidency of his freshman
class at Ohio State. Lane is the
youngest member now enrolled at Ohio
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are a lot alike. Neither
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put you in touch with a trade on that motor cycle. Old Book, etc.
See T. A. Williams, basement Adm. Bldg.
12 words 10c '2c for each additional word. 3 insertions 25c
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Twenty-Third Year just commenting -Many
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