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Vol. IV, No. 34
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, NOV. U, J904.
Price 5 Cents
TO MEET THE REDS
Team Leaves This Morning For
Tim rroHictH Arc Tlnit u l.urco Crowd
Will Follow .
The tram will lenvo this morning at
11: 55 ovor the Burlington for Kan
sas City, and the excursion train will
leave twehe hours later. A four dollar
late should take every enthusiastic
Nebraskan down to cheer for Hie var
s ' t . For the ladies who wish to take
advantage of this rate torn 1st sleeper
accomodations have been provided. The
loturn limit on the $4.00 tickets is Sat
in day evening, on (he $5.1.") rate the
limit is Sunday evening. The enthu
siasm manifested at mass meeting yes
terday morning wasn't up to the usual
standard This game tomorrow is
going to be a stiff proposition. We will
win. of course, but therc'should be a
1 ig crowd on hand in KaigU City to
share in the victory. TheNJJam will
be quartered at the Midland "hotel, in
Kansas City, and this hotel will be
made Nebraska headquarters. Seats
can be had from Manager Davis there
any time before the game Saturday.
The price of admission has been placed
at $1.00 for any seat in the grounds.
Seats of course, .will be reserved, but
no extra charges will be made for the
reservations. $1.00 for the big game,
?4.C0 for railroad fare, and $l..r0 for
meals making a total of not more than
$7.00, ought to bo an inducement for n
big crowd to go down. Add to this the
c i port unity of seeing a royal game,
and the pleasure of this trip, and $7.00
v merely nominal.
The following men will go on the
Kansas City trip. Benedict, Cotton,
Mills, Borg, Hunter, Mason, Cy, Mason
Glen, Johnson, Bender, Eager, Craig.
Birkner, Fenlon, Barwlck, Robertson.
Standeven, Barta, Shook, Burns.
Practice last night consisted of sig
nal work. The cold weather and
f.nowy ground made scrimmage work
too dangerous, and quick signal work
was held. Benedict has so far recov
ered as to be able to be out. He was
expected out to watch signal practice
last night. - -
A Chicago paper states that Wiscon
sin will make our Coach Booth a flat
tering offer to coach the Badgers next
year, and further hints that Booth, in
nil probability will accept this offer. If
wo, at Nebraska, show other unhorsi
ii& that there is a baYc chance of
(jetting our coach away from lis doubt
less many good offers would he made.
Couth Booth's reputation is national;
lrom east to west and back again the
lootball wot Id watches Bummy Booth's
pupils, and an opportunity to secure his
services elsewhere, as coach would be
eagerly taken. All" things being equal
Booth would rather coach Nebraska
than any other tea.ni. He has made,
lootrall here, and has maintained' it.
His is a just pride in his pupils and
11 eir acheivements, and he would' bo
loath to leavo them. Nowhere could
Nebraska secure a man who combines
qualities that fit him eminently for
our coach as does this man Booth,
and wo simply ran't let him go.
Tho above report is further discred
ited on account of the fight which is
now being waged at Wisconsin against
professional coaching. It Is probablo
that tho Badgers will soon adopt the
graduate system of coaching, since
there Is a strong sentiment prevalent
lor It already.
New hooks at tho Lincoln. Book
Store. "A Ladder of Swords," by Gil
bert Parker, " In tho Bishop's Car
riage" by Marlam Mlnhelson, "TJhe
Pillar of Light," by Louis Tracy, "Tb
Grafters" by FranclB Lynde, etc. etc.
Haskell Game - Kansas City
Rotmd Trip, $4.00
GOOD ONLY IN COACHES. Special train leaves the
B. & M. Station at J J p. m. Friday. Returning: leaves Missouri
Pacific depot at Kansas City at
j rate on same train $7.50.
ONE MORE CHALLENGE
Kansas Agricultural College Also
A new aspirant for debating lionoi.s
liom Nebraska has shown up in the
f-ha;;c of ihe Kansas state agricultural
college at Manhattan. The j,ccirt:u
J tho debating board there states in
his letter to our board that much In
terest is shown In debating at Nc
bia.ska, and h-e is very anxious to ar
lange a debate with is. He also re-qnes;.-
some points as to our sMeni
ol c inducting Inter-state contests.
The number of requests for cop
tests this year is a most decided tribute
to N'ebraska and especially to Piofes
a.ir Fogg, who has been chiefly re
siorslblo for the extraordinary success
ei laska has experienced in debating
.or the i-ti-t three years It Ik prob
al It thut the contests which we will
t.i.ic on this year will be decided with
i.i -i lew das hoeer
ANOTHER GAME OFF.
Beatrice High School Cannot
Play Academy Today.
1'lu football game between the Lin
coln academy and Beatrice high schoo.'
.scheduled to be played in Beatrice to
c'ay was called oft by the Beat
l'.te management yesterday. The Beat,
lice athletic grounds are situated in
a ploughed Hold and the snow put them
in such a soggy condition thnt the
Beatrice management felt compelled tc
cancel the game. The Beatrice team is
one of the strongest in the state this
y:ii and the "preps" leel very much
d.r.i).)tinted over not being able to
tesi theii strength against the high
bi liool men. One of the moht striking
tilings about the academy team is the
unit! development which it always
make- c'l.ring thq last few weeks of the
6:sivi. Supporters of the team con-F'ci-'r
it t. be mach stronger now than
when it played Omaha high school two
wieks tgo, and they have looked for
ward to u good game wlththe Beatrice
rrcn The same rapid development was
notic eel towards the end of the season
last year This the acftdemy-mnTrclalm
it uiii' to tl.e fact that they have no
second team. 11. rtv have not in the his
tory of the academy been able to get
out more than sixteen men for regular
piactice. The present management has
found It much more difllculit to build
up a team this year because of the
lack of the Lincoln Medical students
who had their chemistry work in the
academy last year. Since they have no
scrubs they get nil of their football
experience in the games and hence
take a brace after a few games have
Music at Chapel.
Mrs. Charles Hagenow will give a
.iolin recital at convocation this, morn
ing. (1) Two Gypsy Dame--; bv German.
(2) Adagio, Rics.
"H3) Last movement of Mendels
For Furs see Steele, 143 S. 12th St.
JI:30 p. m. Saturday. Sleeper li
Agricultural Students Will Make
Wednesday afternoon two new mili
tary companies weie organized at the
slate fatm to be known as Company
"K" and Company "F," with a com
bined niembershep of I'M This will
probably be increased to about '110 or
ll.r before registration closes at the
c nd ol this week.
The new cadets will drill four hoars
1 er week, with an additional hour for
'(citation. The men seem to be taking
bold of the work with unusual spirit,
end prospects are excellent for a high
The battalion will be ofllcered by
Imu win on the unlve-ltv baltalio.i
staff until suflU'lent proficiency Is at
tained by Home of Its own members. It
will take part with the univcisity
l.attalion in all regimental drills, and
will probably ne entered in the nnnuai
c i.MiDctitivo drill next spring.
WHITE WILL COME.
Noted Single Taxer to Speak at
Hon. John Z. White, of Chicago, the
noted single tax lecturer will speak
at cotnocation Monday morning, and
will give a lecture Monday evening on
the single tax. The tjme and plate of
the second talk will be announced In
tomorrow's Nebraskan and by bullet
ins. Mr. White is general lectuter for the
National single Tax league and has
fieliveted lectures for several years In
nil paits or the United States.
He is said to be a most interesting
and entertaining talker.
Play High School.
Lnough men turned out to basket
lul! practice -last night to use both
lloois, and consequently everybody got
'it the game for some time. The prac-
tilC Was UCJOd and Hwlft linl mnnv
-shortcoming can be noticed. Inability
io nang on to the ball, and inaccuracy
i-t goal throwing are the worst faults
at present, but these will disappear
w.ih further practice. A game is bo
inc arranged with tho Lincoln high
school for next Thursday in the gym
nnslum. This will be tho first op-
-nortunltv the nion will imv , tin. .,
w.. ..... .it , .j i.i.u uj
against an outside team, and the game
will be a good one for their practice,
as the high school usually turns out
good basketball material. Tho match
win ue merely a practice game and no
admission will he charged. It Is ex
pected to show up what may be looked
lor from the team this year.
The Saturday sales at the Two Fifty
Hat store are eye openers for students.
It Is always New, snappy goods on
sale, and alwayaat nearly half price.
Something 1$ on every Saturday.
We will make up tho Bumstoad stock
in our tailoring department at 25 per
cent discount Paino's, 1217 O street.
Dr. W. E. Jack, Dentist, 1301 O St
Inter -Class Board Announces
HIiiihIIiik of Tlio l.iuvn DcIIiiihI. Tim
The following are tho mien which e
will govern Inter-claps at'.l tl s fcr this
ear, as announced yesterdny by the
Inter-class athletic board. The consti
tution, which Is alBO published below,
hi been altered somewhat:
I With the exception of students
paying only law tuition, who are eli
gible for law teams only, uny bona
fide student of the univrslty .'.cept
!i.; as hereinafter povint I, 1.- :gibl'
fcr. academic teams nnd tha'l be classed
as follows in rule 2:
II. The foimer shall be classified ns
(a) Any student having less than
thirty hours credit shall be considered
(b) Any student having between
thirty and sixty hours credit shall be
considered a sophomore.
(c) Any student having between
sixty and ninety hours credit shall bo
considered a junior.
(dj Any student having between
ninety and 125 hours credit shall be
c onsldered a senior.
.The clarsificntion of the law students
shall be determined by the managers of
III. No student who Is on tho varsity
pquad in the 190-1 Heason shall be eli
gible for football teams, and no stu
dent who has played any part of a
Mime on the varsity shall be eligible
fot basketball teams.
IV. Each manager shall hand a list
ol his players to the opposing manager
two days before a game, and In case
of protest, it shall be determined by
the chairman or the four committees
not interested, the vote of three be
V. The teams shall be paired off as
follows in football and basketball:
Law, Winners-Senior Uw;
Winners of the Academic champlon
Ehlp vs Winners of Law champion
ship. Tin last game shall dotermln.($?L
the champloshlp of the university. N
VI. By mutual and express agree
ment any two teams may play unoffi
cial games not subject to board control,
and not counting in the championship,
Liu any game not played with this ex
pr"Ri ngt cement shall be considered
VII. By mutual agreement any con
test In tho basketball series may con
sist of three games, the winner of two
to be winner of tho series. All such
games shall be offlcial nnd under board
Vni. Any game ending in a tie,
other than the final game, must be
plnyed off, and any team refusing to
piny shall be defaulted. Tho -managers
of tho two teams may agree to
dhide tho money and championship
la case or a tie final game, but either
manager may demand a play-off.
IX. Tho Interclaes hoard shall
collect and control the receipts of all
official games, and at the end of tho
series shall award the enilro amount
above expenses to the winning team,
which shall have the absolute right of
disposal In It.
I. The lnter-clas3 athletic board
r.hall consist of three members of each
of the acadomlc classes, and ono mom.
her from eaoh. of the law classes, such
members to be appointed by tho presi
dents of the classes.
II. Each member shall have ono
vote, and tho unit rule shall not -prevail.
Eight members shall constitute
a quorum and a majority vote shall
rule In all cases.
II. The chairman of tho nnninr ,
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