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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1904)
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Z be Bails mebraeftan
Ce Daify Ucbraskan
A consolldfitinii of
Tlio HcwDcrlon, Vol. Ill, Tho NobrnHlmn, Vol, 10
Senrlct nnd Crtinm, Vol. 4.
Publlnhnd dally, oicopt Bmxlny Mid Monday,
At tlio Utdvornitj of Nfhriwka, Lincoln. Neb.
by the Hoaporlan PubllRliltiK Co ,
Ho a Hi) Or DimtriToim
ProfcjworH J. I. Wyer, and ('. It. UlchanU :
II. P. Lcnrltt
.John WcHtovor E. It. Wnlton.
A't. Adr Monitor
Paul A. KyvIiir
A. O. Schrolbcr
Wnltcr E. Stnndnron
J. Olydfi Moore
Fnil A. SwrrJcy
Ilaymond H . McOaw
D. P. Do Young
If Im Minnie Hlller
Mian Ietn Stctter
KdltorlaJ Room a and Uuxtntra Office U 2I1)
Pout Offico SUtlon A. Lincoln, Nobr.
Hulaioriptlon Price, 2 per yenr, in advance
Kuterod at the pottofllco nt Lincoln, Neb.,
a aocond'OlaM moil matter under tlio act of
congroM of Maroh S, 1879.
Individual noti' will lw charged for at th
ratn of 10 oonta for eaeh Inattrtlon. Faculty,
dapaxtmontal and university bulletinn will
gladly be nuhllfihwl free, aa heretofore.
Relying as we do upon our speed, the
Blow grassy gridiron at Minneapolis
was a great factor In Saturday's game.
Accustomed to the fast hard dirt Ne
braska field. Nebraska's plays could
not be goton offwith half the usual
speed, and our missing so many tackles
Is directly accountable to the slippery
grassy surface of the field.
Nebiaska-wnH up against three stiff
propositions, an entirely different kind
ol field, superior weight and a eork
inf good team.
Nebraska suffered from penalties
three times as much ns did Minnesota.
Considering the officials these penal
ties were doubt less fairly imposed
One with the ball on Minnesota's fif
teen yard lino and the team working
together like a clock Nebraska was
penalized twenty yards.
Toward the end of the game, the
swift pace began to tell on the heavier
Mlnnesote men. After every down
Minnesota took ou time and ihey sent
In two subs to Nebraska's one. But
these subs appeared as good as the
regulars and Is doubtful if the out
come of the game would have been any
different had there been more time.
Solid Gold and Silver Pins, Fobs, Charms
New and Old
Fraternity and University Pennants
GIRL'S RECORDS MEN'S
Have you seen them those
new Foot Ball Faces?
The University Book Store
34o North Eleventh
Till: KIOMFICANCK OK T1IK (1AMK.
After (he passing of several days
since Saturdays' great game In Minne
apolis, it Is perhaps easier to juig
of Its truo significance and probable
effect upon Nebraska football, and the
football of the west, than was possible
at the time of the contest The over
whelming odds against which Ne
braska fought so valiantly a strange
field, vastly superior weight, lull fif
teen thousand hostile rooters makes
the lesult one of the most astonishing
feats in the history of western sport
The Nebraskan needs not commend
the spirit that accomplished what was
done in Saturdays' game Hy this time,
surely the team knows how its efforts
are regarded here in the university. Hut
by proving conclusively that the
Oornhuskers posses a determination
that will not be awed, by showing that
their work Is consistently strong year
The Omaha High.School Defeats
Lincolnites 22 to 0.
The Omaha high school defeated the
Lincoln acadomy Saturday afternoon
on the campus before a small crowd,
the score being 22 to 0. The game
was called for 2:30 o'clock, but was
delayed owing to the theft from tho
city Y. M. C. A dressing rooms of two
complete outfits of the academy play
ers. The loss will armint to about
$10. This Is the seconfl-theft of suits
from the team this season and
makes a totnl of $30 worth of equip
The academy kicked off at 3
o't lock and Burnett made Omaha's
first touchdown after twenty-five min
utes or play. Omaha failed" to kick
coal. Shields mado a second touch
down for Omaha in five minutes more
and Stephens kicked goal, making the
Fcore 11 to 0. Omaha kicked off to
Lincoln and the academy started back
but fumbled. Heard got the ball and
ran down the field for a touchdown
Stephen kicked goal. Store 17 to 0.
The last touchdown was made by Step
ben on a long run after getting the
ball on a fumble. Omaha failed to
kick goal. The score at the end of
the first half stood 22 to 0 in favor of
In the second half the academy took
a decided brace and had a little the
I 50 Dozen New Hats f
I Last Friday and Saturday we got in 50 f
dozen new hats all very F rr j
mired styles and all . - . . yv
The $2.50 Hat Store - JJ4 J O Street
This route gives you 200 miles along the match
less Columbia River, a great part of the distance
the trains running so close to the
river that one
can look from the car window almost directly into
the water. Two through trains daily with ac
commodations for all classes of passengers.
Shortest Line -Fastest Time.
Inquire at CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1044 O Street, Lincoln
after year, and by refusing to surren
der weakly to what would seem the
stionger side, Nebraska nuist surely at
Inst have gained a lasting reputation
for courage and spirit that will not
easily be changed.
The Nebraskan does not know
whether the universlty',0is to lose the
man who is losponsibltj for all this.
Whether or not Coach Booth Is to stay
with us another jcar is not a question
t which we hae the solving. Hut
tnat we i cannot afford to lose him, that
h.is loss would be the greatest blow Nu
brahka could recehc at the present
time, there Is no room to doubt
COACH UOOTU Ml'ST STAY AN
better of their opponents. They car
ried the ball to Omaha's three yard
line, but were held for downs and the
hall ended with tho ball in the center
c the field.
Score Omaha 22, Academy 0.
The Famous will give a special dis
count of 10 per cent to university stu
dents on all purchases of millinery, kid
gloves, corsets, etc.
Bust's of Roosevelt and Parker will
he given to tho members of the repub
lican and democratic clubs. Maxwell's
13th and N.
Frank E. Lee, Public Stenographer
and Notary. Miuographic letters;
perfect imitation. 501-502 Richards
Blk. Auto 1155.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Hold a Successful Session In
The Union Hall.
The first regular meeting of tho stu
dents debating league was held Sat
urday evening In Union hall. A repre
sentative crowd was present.
The subject for debate was "Re
tolvcd that the European powers
should intervene and force settlement
in the Russian-Japanese war." Messrs.
King and Campbell supported the
nfllimative and Mr. Wheeler the nega
tive. The argument was spirited and
After the debate speeches were made
by various members of the club. The.
meeting was in every- way a success,
and tho future of the club looks bright.
A cordial invitation is extended to
every man In the university to at
tend its meetings, whether inter
ested in debating or not.
Rent a Remington at student rate
and keep your notes in good -form.
Office Corner of Oliver Theater BIdg.
If you want to see the swelfest
lot of Fall Shoes you ever saw,
drop in at
Erie B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of eye, ear and ttroat. 207-8 Richards
block. Phono CCC.
Elliott's Sultorium, cleaning, dyeing
and repairing. Prices reasonable." 1130
O street. Both phones.
Seo Fleming, 1211 O .street, about
your jewelry; special attention to repairing.
Special attention to watch and Jew
elry repairing. E. Fleming. 1211 O
For Furs see Steele, 143 S. 12th St.
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