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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1894)
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nt tho University of Nnhntskn.
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Adilrt'xn nil Onminiiiilmtlona lo Tiik Xkiiiiahkav,
Univnrslty ol Nctirnskii,
Tiik Nkiiharkan will lio Innml on sulo (it llio
follow Iiik turns NtnmlMi
It. It Mcnil, IIS Hniith r.loviiilli Shoot,
VrnnOuTlol, lO.'O O Si root,
XlMon-Oiife. ! Sorlli 'IVnili Slrcot.
IJd Yoniw. lSOilO HliiHit,
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paid up their subsorlp Ions to January
lnt, nt loast. will reoolva a holiday num
ber of " Tho Nobr.iHkan " Subscriptions
may bo paid at this oflloe, or at tho
AtCjivc pvepmutions lnvt boon
boffim for Tiik Xkuuaskan's holi
day number, which will bo u thing
of bounty, and a joy for a long
time. Wo hope to have it ready
by tho l.Mh of December, and tho
liytiiagoniont will spare no ctl'ort lo
hurry its appearance as far as is
consistent with good workmanship.
Yot wo may bo disappointed in tho
It will bo in the form of a mag
azine, the pages boing just one
half tho present size of Tun Ne
Qiikaskan. The insido pages will
A)o of tho finest enamel paper, the
same kind that was used in the An
nual. Regular subscribers to Tiik Nk
uraskax will please call at The
Nenraskan office for their holiday
number, as they will not be put in
the mail boxes.
All subscribers will receive a
copy who have" their subscription
paid up to January 1st. The cost
of The Nehkaskan from the bo
ginning of the school year to this
date is 30 cents.
Wc pause hereto boast a little.
The last issue of The Nehkaskan
was a hummer. Before 7:150 Sat
urday evening it was being dis
tributed in the mail boxes, con
taining a column and a half account
of a foot ball game that was finished
at Lawrence, Kansas, at (I o'clock.
The facilities which Jacob North &
-Co., our printers, have at their
command, alone made such a feat
The prospect for somo good clean
athletics in this university was
never so bright as it is at the pres
et time. With tho Chancellor,
members of the faculty, and even
tho co-eds so enthusiastically
aroused there should be no diffi
culty in perfecting the closest and
most beneficial athletic association
that tho west has ever seen.
The tide should be taken at its
a.;od. Now is the time to act for
pure, scholarly athletics. There
is present, the opportunity to
bring within one union, tho whole
student body. The thought of
everyone pulling together, for a
common cause, is inspiring. Com
pare tho little ring of enthusiast
who joined tho A. A. this fall, to
tho immense gathering in the Ar
mory last Tuesday. When we get
everybody interested in athletics,
purely for athletics' sake, we can
expect something wonderful. We
cannot afford to let any of the en
thusiasm die out after tho Thanks
giving game. Wo havo a tennis
club, a base ball team, and various
other associations which need en
couragement as well as tho foot
bull team. Ask ono of tho tennis
nals in a tennis touriniuont. Ho
would bo dazed for a moment.
Why can't wo .send a couple of
tennis playors down to Ilunsus to
treat them as our foot ball team
did, or a base ball nine to Missuri
to got even?
Athletics is tho life of a college.
Lot everyone come out as strong
as they did last Tuesday and wo
can mako the state university of
Nebraska tho center of athletic
sports in tho west. Hut lot us go
in for tho pure article solely for
tho honor, bonetil and pleasure.
Kulo out every semblance of pro
fessionalism. Hive those teams a
wide berth whioh show any suspic
ion of having paid men. "Write?
honor in capital letters on our es
cutcheon and keep it there.
Tho demonstration of last Tues
day evening was tho first of tho
kind in tho history of tho univer
sity. Heretofore tho foot ball team
has generally received no reception
whatever. Aftor a long, weary
trip and several hard games, there
is littlo encouargement for tho
playors in finding no ono at the
train to moot thorn, or in having no
appreciation shown for their hard
There is nothing that so inspires
the playors, makes them work hard,
and lcel good as to givo mem a
right royal reception. The boys
were, indeed, heroes and every fel
low in tho university envied them.
If tho team is always mot on its
return from a successful tour as it
was Tuesday evening, the players
will do their very best to win.
The thought of no grand recep
tion in case of defeat will inspire
them to win or die, as nothing else
could. More men will bo encour
aged to try for a position on tho
team in order to be one of the
heroes of these triumphal entries.
As a result the university should
put in the field the best team in tho
Down in Missouri.
The following is clipped from
tho M. S. U. Independent, the col
lego paper of tho Missouri State
Univor&ity. When a college pa
per rebukes its team like this, they
must bo a tough set:
Capt, Sawyer says that tho treat
ment the team received during play
and after from our boys and some
hoodlums was the very worst that
the team has ever received any
where. Ho bears a cut on the
upper lip that ho says one of our
finely dressed hoodlums gave him
as ho walked along tho line after
he had ceased to play in the game.
.several or tho team say that dur
ing the trouble several persons in
the crowd drew knives on the team.
Allen was a witness to this pro
cedings. The Iowa boys claim that the
treatment received by them here is
a sorry return for what our boys
receive I from them and their peo
ple last year at Iowa City. There
our boys were treated in the very
best way possible, tho lowans lin
ing up and giving tho Missouri yell
as our boys left tho field in defeat.
Such treatment ought to be appre
ciated and reciprocated."
fut imagine how the very corn
stalks quake on a certain farm
down near Syracuse, whore Prof.
Eboneer Warren Hunt is wont to
stalk about arrayed in an astonish
ing pair of blue jeans and glare at
the trembling corn and roar out
"Why don't you grow Any
body l think 1 putyou out there to
look pretty!" And tho wind blew
in its accustomed place.
At the present time there are
enrolled in the University (includ
ing tho art and music departments)
A Warm Numbor.
lOvorybody who desires lo tulco
homo a Christmas presend should
got a oopy of tho Holiday number
of tho Nmhhahkan. It is designed
to fill tho place of the Junior An
mw, whioh will llot bo published
this year. Thoso desiring extra
copies should lonvV their orders at.
this olllce. All subscribers will be
furnished them at fifteen cents
apiece. Others will bo charged
twenty cents. H
y bocoming a subscriber, for
fifty-live cents you can get one of
those and the Nkhhaskan for tho
rest, of tho yo.ir, ami be entitled to
purchase what etra copies you
A special feature will be the
"half loiuV' outs of each member
of tho football loam. Thoso will
lie two by throo-and-a-half inches
in si.c and will woeupy tho two
middle pages of tho paper. Nu
merous other cuts will bo inserted.
Among them will bo tho commis
sioned officers of tho battalion,
tho foot ball town, second eleven,
and somo more. It will contain
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by nine inches in .size.
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