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' THE DAILY ITEBRABKAW -
The Daily Nebraskan
THE BEST UNIVEESITY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD
Eva Miller Editor-in-Chief
George Grimes Managing Editor
Vivienne Holland Associate Editor
Ivan Beede -..Associate Editor
Dwight P. Thomas Spo.ttng Editor
Agnes Bartlett Society Editor
Walter Blunk Business Manager
Homer Carson Assistant Busine Manager
Jean Burroughs Dorothy English Lenore Noble
Lnclle Becker C. H. Gribble Gertrude Squires
Roy Bedford Fern Noble Ralph Thorpe
John C. Wright Carolyn Reed Richard E. Cook
Offices: News, Basement, University Hall; Business, Basement
Telephones: News, Lr4841; Business, B-2597.
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Entered at the postoffice at Lincoln. Nebraska, as second class
mail matter under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Help boost Home-coming!
The war fund campaign which opens at the University of Nebraska
today, merits the support of every individual connected with the insti
tution. As the third winter of the European war approaches, there comes
to the American people a very deep and overwhelming realization of
the terrible conditions in the prison camps and Nebraska has pledged
$10,000 to the fund which is to be sent by American students to the
sufferers in the prison barracks.
It is a challenge to the University. If you saw a man drowning
and you were able to save him, would you do it? If you knew that your
next door neighbor might lose his mind because of the neglect and
hunger he was made to endure, would you not help him? There are
over five million men and boys in this condition, and even worse in the
prison camps, tens of thousands are students. It is up to the Ameri
can student to respond to this privilege to alleviate the sufferings of
his neighbors across the sea.
The cause Is good it is Just. The giving should not be selfish
giving. that which can be easily disposed of. but should be a sacri
fice. The gift should represent the true spirit of giving, the desire to
help those whose whose needs are beyond our comprehension. Every
student, alumnus, and faculty member should respond eagerly to the
call for support for such a worthy cause.
This is a football rally day. Nebraska needs combined, well
organized rooting. Heretofore we have been successful without it.
but every day brings nearer the day that -victory or defeat will be
decided by the support the team gets from the grandstand. The game
Saturday may be that kind of a game.
THE DAYS GONE BY
Seven Yearee Ago Today
The cadet battalion drilled indoors
because of bad weather.
The University debating
tried out for places on teams.
Five Years Ago Today
A Nebraska student was expelled
The football team left for Lawrence,
Kansas, and the cross-country men
left for the Missouri valley cross-country
The chancellor asked the students
to omit profanity from their rooting.
Christian Science Society
Christian Science society of the Uni
versity will hold its regular meeting
tonight in Faculty hall at 7:30. It is
open to the students, alumni and
Sigma Delta Chi
Members of Sigma Delta Chi will
take dinner at the Phi Gamma Delta
house at 6 o'clock. An Important bus
iness meeting will follow.
Cadets who have not called for their
new uniforms are to do 60 Thursday
between 11 and 12. Altered uniforms
will be ready Thursday afternoon from
2 to 5. A. J. Covert, Lieutenant Colonel.
Business Woman's Club
There will be no regular meeting
of the Business Woman's club Thurs
day, November 16. A luncheon will
be held in the Temple Saturday, No
vember 1, at 12:20 o'clock. Harriett e
Anderson, T6, last year's president
and Irma Coe, 16, will be present. All
girls in the economics department are
urged to come.
Jack Best Says
"Jack" Beet urges all men who use
lockers in the Gym. to obtain locks
and use them on their locker doors.
He also suggests that it might be a
good thing lor some of the men to
find ont what damage a little soap
and water will do to their clothes.
All alumni have been requested by
Annis S. Chaikin. alumni secretary.
to visit alumni headquarters and reg
ister there bome-coming day, to facil
itate visitors looking up -ach other.
score of 3 to 0.
REPRESENTATIVES IN BOXING
AND WRESTLING SELECTED
Dope on Saturday's Battle Favors the
Freshmen to Win in a
The sophomores were the victors in
the Olympics and the class of 1916
were obliged to wear their caps.
One Year Ago Today
Tryouts for the debating team were
Nebraska had received an invitation
from the University of Washington to
play a post-season game at Pasadena,
HELP THE VARSITY
(Continued from Page One)
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS
New Pep Instilled
Between them the "Frank brothers,"
instilled a new brand of "pep" and
some new knowledge into some of
the varsity men.
Below are the results of Kansas
Nebraska games from 1892 to the pres
Year Nebraska Kansas
1892 ...10 12
1893 0 18
1894 14 6
1895 4 3
1896 0 12
1897 '..10 5
1898 18 6
1899 20 36
1900 12 0
1901 29 P
1902 16 0
1903 6 0
1904 No game
1905 No game
1906 6 8
1907 16 6
1908 5 20
1909 0 6
1910 6 0
1911 29 0
1912 14 3
1913 9 0
1914 5 0
1915 33 0
Sophomore Olympic representatives
in the heavyweight wrestling, heavy
weight boxing and middleweight box
ing were chosen were chosen at the
class tryouts in the chapel last night,
following a short rally.
'Bill Kositsky," a member of the
football squad, will be the sopho
more entry in the heavyweight box
ing, and Gomery will fight for the
sophomores in the middleweight
event. The lightweight title remains
still undecided between Drake and
Bennett. The heavyweight wrestler
is Shirley, while Pickett and Ander
son have yet to fight it out in the
middleweight. The lightweight posi
tion is also undecided. This after
noon at 4 o'clock in the Armory has
been set as the time for finishing the
Pep Talks Given
In the absence of Carl Harnsberger
president forcibly detained. Chair
man Robert Wenger, Michael Nolan
and Merle Vanderpool, members of
the Olympic committee, addressed the
crowd of sophomores and told just
how victory was to be achieved. Five
or six inquisitive freshmen were forc
ibly ejected from the hall.
Experienced observers who saw the
sophomores in action in the tryouts
predict that most of the events will
be decided by very close decisions,
but declare that the sophomores need
more application of their advantage
of organization if they are to carry
away the big event the pole fight
in which numbers count. The pres
ent sophomores enjoyed the reputa
tion last year of being one of the
active classes of the last five years,
but it appears that they will have to
use all their enthusiasm to down the
AG CLUB WILL
MEET AT THE TEMPLE
TONIGHT AT 7:30
The Agricultural club of the Uni
versity will meet In the Temple tonight
for the second meeting of the year.
Grove Porter, the president, had not
definitely made arrangements with
the speakers yesterday, but announced
I mat. mo nifmui-rs oi me iacuuy would
! talk and that their subjects would be
of special niterest to the Agricultural
i college students.
Many of the newly-elected legisla-.
tors who will gather in January have
visited Lincoln during the last few
days to pick out their seats in their
respective halls and also to visit the
legislative reference bureau. They
have been looking over past records
and getting material in mind for tlie
making of new laws. The bureau will
be glad to assist the new men.
Director X E. Sheldon of the legis
lative reference bureau delivered an
address on "Land Politics in Nebraska"
before the Layman's club at the Lin
dell hotel, Tuesday evening.
He gave a condensation of the prin
cipal points of a book that he Is writ
ing and which treat the whole sub
ject of Nebraska land from both the
historical and economical points of
view. The book will cover some 300
pages and will be published some time
during the coming year.
Copies of the University Directory,
bound in leather, have been received
from the printer and can be bought of
Carl Harnsberger, telephone, B1821.
Kansas Game "Jshera
All cadet who intend to usher for
tl i lansas game report on athletic
field in uniform promptly at 1 p. m.
today. A. J. Covert.
Much interest is centered on the
meeting of the Schoolmasters' club at
the Lindell hotel Friday evening of
this week. This club includes the
leading educators all over the state
who come together for the discussion
of practical school problems. Univer
sity faculty will take part.
8TUDENTS PHOTOS AT ELA2EK fc
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The Omaha Fine Arts society . is
planning its annual exhibition for the
end of November. In addition to an
exhibition of paintings by foremost
Americans, there will be a collection
of bronzes and marbles by Gutzon
and Solon Borglnm. This will be of
eFp-cial Interest because the late Mr.
Linlnger, founder of the Lininger Gal
lery In Omaha, really made It possible
for the Borglums to get their start
io the artistic world.
Some very striking facts are shown
by these figures. In the column of
wins Nebraska is way ahead with 14
to the Jayhawk's 8. The total points
scored by the Cornhuskers amount to
292 while Kansas can only figure a
total of 151. Nebraska has been hut
out only three times while -the goose
egg has b-en handed to the Jayhawks
Last Goal Crossed
The last time Kansas crossed Ne
braska's goal was in 1909 when
"Tommy" Johnson grabbed a punt on
his own 20 yard line in the last few
minutes of play and sprinted down the
side-line for 70 yerds and a touch
down, the only score of the day. Since
that time the Jayhawks have scored
only once; that was by the field goal
route in 1912.
Coach Olott is planning to upset
the long string of Cornhusker victories
this year by using two good kickers as
his means of scoring. Lindsay and
Woodward, two veteran halfbacks, are
the men on whis: Cicctt is pinning
his hopes of defeating Nebraska,
The Kansas mentor believes that
between them the two men can score
nine points, which, he figures, will
be enough t beat Nebraska's one
touchdown, that he is generous enough
to concede to the Cornhuskers.
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The largest university band in the
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Illinois. The band Is composed of
two hundred pieces and gave its
twenty-sixth annual concert a short
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Sheuerman Mackinaws, $7.50 to $12.50
Bradley Sweaters (exclusively) $2.50 to $10
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A GOOD THING
A goodly number of University people have proved that they know
a good thing by enrolling with us for special courses.
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DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
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Register for your music work at
THE UNIVESITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Twenty-Third Tear just commencing
Many teachers in all branches of music to choose from.
Dramatic Art Aesthetic Dancing
Ack for information
WTLLARD KIMBALL, Director
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