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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 1904.
1 (W Vol. IV, No. 4
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Large Number Expected at the
I'rlre of Tlckot Is" Ki'iIimtiI. (.noil
The second annual Cornhusker ban
quet will bo given Monday, December
the 12tJ, at the Undell hotell at 8:30.
Last year was Inaugurated the cuatom
ol' giving a public banquet In honor of
Nebraska university football team.
The banquet la3t year was a success In
many particulars, in .some it wasn't.
Financial it was a failure, the com
mittee in charge going in the hole
some $8- This was due, 1-irgely, to
the price of tickets, which was $2 per
plate, too high for many who wished
to take advantage of thi3 opportunity
10 show theirappreciation of the team.
This year, with a better menu, the
price of plates has been reduced to
$1.G0. A good program ol toasts will
be famished, and a general good time
Had. This 1h an opportunity that
should not be missed. It is a chance
for the men to get together round the
festive toard, renew old acquaintances,
make new ones, and enjoy the spread
with tho team. The committee in
chargo Is a competent one, and every
thing possible will be done to make
tho thing a success. The students now,
i-hould do (heir share by everybody
buying a ticket. The banquet will be
o'ry, but the toasts, and the good time
will be far from arid.
ROUNDING INTO FORM.
Basket Ball Schedule Begins to
The basket ball schedule is begin
ning to assume definite shape and a
number of games have been virtually
setled already. A great many mino'
colleges wish to be represented on the
schedule, but probably cannot be ac
commodated. It is probable that the usual western
trip will be taken. Colorado univer
sity deoires a game, as do also Donver
college, the Highland Wheel club, of
Denver, and Cheyenne Business col
lege. With the trip almost assuied,
several other institutions arc corres
ponding for dates, which, if arranged,
will provide a splendid trip.
Wisconsin intonds to make a west
ern trip again this year, and may be
taken on. They have already arranged
for games fft Iowa, Kansas, Haskell,
and Washburn. Iowa also would- like
a.'jgamewlth Nebraska, according U
'yu Daily Iowan, but It is not known
iVkero the game would bo played 1
scheduled, owing to the fact that no
Una! correspondence has been passed
bctwoen the managers- of tho two
teamB. ,r r
As has already ueem announced, the
first team plays at Wesleynti this ev
ening. Next Friday Highland Park
will play on the local floor. The men
who will play tonight have not yet
Thlo alternoon the championship of
tlio academic classes will be Bottled,
when tho Junior and Sophomore class
teams line up at 2 o'clock against each
iither. At 3:30 tho Senior Laws and
tho Freshman Laws will fight out tho
question of tire championship of tho
law department. Early next Week tho
victors in tho game ylll contest with
tho Victors of tho Junior-Sophomofo
gamo for tho championship f of the
utolycrslty. ' '
jErle B. Woodward, M. D., dlseaso
of eyo, oar and troat. 207-8 Richards
'block. Phono CGG. , .
For Puis see Steele, 143, S. 12th SI
Lincoln Hotel, Friday, Dec. 16
Eddie Walt's Orchestra
The Minnesota Daily Announces
Choice for Crack Teams.
The craze for all-something lists
has nt last invaded tho ranks of col
lege dailies. The Minnesota Daily has
announced the following selectionp for
ftm and second all-western teams.
Where's Borg, of Nebraska, who had
Strathern all in tho air In the Nebraska-Minnesota
game? How about the
lilting of Bender and Benedict? And
Where does Jones, of Iowa come in.
ho held Minnesota by his almost lndi
ldunl efforts, to a score of only two
Ilotl.geb, Illinois I.. 12.
C rtK Michigan I . T.
Cai ter. Michigan L. G.
Strathern, Minnesota C.
Ifiorne, Minnesota R. G.
Ucitke, Wisconsin R. T.
Mciihall, Minnesota R. E.
Kckersall, Chicago Q.
D.ivio.i, Minnesota J.. H.
HoMon, Michigan R. H.
Current, Minnesota l' B.
Bush. Wisconsin I . E.
Case, Minnesota L. T.
Schultz, Michigan I . G.
Rcnip, Wisconsin C.
Allen, N. W R. G.
BruFh", Minnesota It. T.
Benedict, Nebraska R. E.
Harris, Minnesota .'. .Q.
Catlln, Chicago L. II.
Bender, Nebraska. .- R. H.
Blair, North Western F. B.
The Michigan Daily lias compiled the
l'ollowlngs lists from the metropolitan
dailies. Some of them are doubtless
familiar to most reacleis of Tho Ne
braskan, but a compaiison of all of
ihem makes interesting reading:
Chicago Record-Herald Bush, Wis
consin and Rothgeb, Illinois, ends;
Curtis, Michigan, and Brush, Minne
sota, tackles; Fairwoather, Illinois,
and Thorpe, Mlunesotn, guards; Haz
olwcod, Illinois, center-; Eckersall,
Chicago, quarter; Hcston and Ham
mond, Michigan, halves; I.ongma.n,
Chicago Tribune Kennedy, Chicago,
and -Rothgeb, Illinois, Cnds; Curtis,
Michigan-, and Parry, -Chicago, tacklc3;
-Falrweather, Illinois, and Thorpe, Min
nesota, .guards; Hazel wood, IlUnols,
c enter; Eokeraall, "Chicago, quartor;
Heston and Hammoi.d, Michigan,
halves; Bozdok, Chicago, full.
Chicago American Bush, Wiscon
sin, and Rothgeb, Illinois, ends; Per
ry, Chicngo, and Bertko, Wisconsin,
tackles; Falrweather, Illinois, and
Thorpo, Minnesota, guards; Remp,
Wisconsin, center; Ecker3all, Chica
go, quarter; Heston, Michigan, and
Vanderbaom, Wisconsin, halves,
Longman, Mionlgan, full.
Chicago Inter-Ocean Spelk, Chica
go ami Rct'.:geb, Illinois, onds; Cur
tis, Michigan and Bertko, Wisconsin,
tackles; Thorpe. Minnpoto, and Fair-1
w outlet, Illinois, guards, Hazetwood,
Illinois, tenter, Eckersall, Chicago,
quartet; Heston, Michigan, and Van
derboi.m, Wisconsin, halves; Longman,
Detroit Freo, Press Bush, Wiscon
sin, and Rothgeb, Illinois, onds; Bert
ko, Wisconsin,. and Hammond, MJchl-J
pan. tackles; Falrweather. Illinois,
end Thorpe. Minne:-ota. guards;
Remp. Wisconsin, center. Eckorstll.
Chicago, quarter. Heston, Michigan,
and V'anderl)oom, Wisconsin, hnles;
I ongman, Michigan, full.
Tlie following table sums up tho se
lections of eight loading western
Names. No. or Teams Made.
H&ston, Michigan. ." .8
Eckfrall. Chicago 8
Rothgeb, Illinois 8
Thorpe, Minnesota 8
Falrweather, Illinois 7
Curtis. Michigan .7
Hardwood, Illinois fi
Bush, Wisconsin. . . r
1 onginan. Michigan . f r,
Vanderboom, Wisconsin . . . f
Bertke. Wisconsin s n
Parry. Chicago t. .3
Remp, Wisconsin 3
Spelk. Chicago 2
Hammond, Michigan 2
Bezdek. Chicago 2
Carter. Michigan I
Catlln, Chicago 1
Brisk. Minnesota 1
Kennedy. Chicngo I
Da is, Minnesota 1
Students of School of Music to
The second public ouuicnt.V recital
of the University School of Music, will
be givon nexL-Thursday evoning, De-
e!nl cr 8, In M?norIal hill, at 8 Clock.
Tho public Is cordially invited. The
Program is as follows:
. Bach, concerto, (Italian) C Major,
first and last movements
Kuast, Etude, A MaJor,-Op. 20
1 ifc.t, I a Gondolioro. . Vera Schaupp.
Bullard, The Sword of Ferrara
Schumann, Sonate, GMlnor, Op. 22,
first movement Era Fuller.
AlablelY-Liszt, The Nlghti.tgale
7 Edith Burlingim.
Pnclereviaki, Polonaise, B Major, Op.
MonftigQx ,.1729-1817, Arla-"L'art
surpasse id la naturo" from "Arseno..
;. .Vera Upton.
Salnt-Saens, Variations' for two
pianos on a Beethoven theme, Op. 35,
Marjorie Anderson, Ethol Bitrket7
George F. Miles, '03, now an expert
botanist In tho United States Depart
ment of Agriculture, called at the
botanical rooms on Friday. Ho Is on
his way to Washington from Texa3,
lore he has been for tho past nlno
ten months engaged In tho study
ho diseases of the cotton plant He
a to remain hero for a while in
olft4og7rt'lB. graduate work into
shLas ho Intends to como up for
iiiaKiut a uuKLvca- 111 a vuui ui iwu.
HcWn Remington at student rate
and p your notes in good form
Ofllco Corner of Oliver Theater Bide
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
Lincoln Transfer Co.; beggas
Cornhusker Informal Will Not be
Held Next Week.
('onfllrl Willi Tho (')iunly I'nlc Ciiiincn
The Hoco.ul annual Cornhusker In
formal has again been postponed on
account of conflict with nnothor unl
vcrrlty function. It was feared that
holding the Y. W. C. A. County
Fair and tho informal on the same
evening would prove disastrous to
both, particularly on account of the
fact that almost all of tho fraternities
and sot critics! are to tako some part
in the former. No new date has boon
determined upon for the Informal.
This mukes th second time that the
Informal has been postponed. Tho
girls Pan-Hel. dnnco caused tho first
conflict, and tho management went to
considerable expense to socuro a now
date. The County Fair had announced
December 10 for their entertainment,
but the affair had not been well ad
vertised yet, and the Informal man
agement was unaware of the conflict.
Tho Cornhusker banquet a week from
Monday alto Influenced the socond
calllng-ofTof the date, inasmuch as It
vfls not desired to run the two oventH
too closely together.
Popular Football Supporter to
Next Monday evening the members
ol the football teom will bo the guests
of Mr. Sam Westorfiold, who Is one of
tho most enthusiastic supporters of
Cornhusker football in Lincoln. Last
year Mr. Westerfleld did himscirproud
with a splendid banouet for the tefim
and this year's dinner will doubtlesSv
uphold the iccoid. An elaborate menu
will be scried, and a number of toasts
A BIG SUCCESS.
The Dramatic Club Play Clears
The'Diamatlc club's entertainment
"Everyman," scored a big nuccess
Wednesday, playing to an enormous
house, and being greeted with much
enthusiastic appreciation. It is not
known yet just whof the not recoipts
of the play will ho, but It 13 already
assured that onough has been cleared
to pay off what remained of the club'o
Temple fund pledge.
A prominent youni: ladv of tho uni
versity is about to rccolvo a curious -gift.
. Sho received notification yester
day irom a friend in tho Philippines
that there was on routo to her tf Sam-j
arian Red Lynx. 'ritlB animal is a na.
tlve of Samar, one of tho larger Isl
ands of the Philippines archipelago
arid, If it teaches tho Unlt'ed Statej
safoly, will probably bo tho only 0110
over seen in this country. From
sketches received tho animal (promises
to bo a curiosity In more " respects
Just a Suggestion.
Thero is nothing you ban givo Iorv
Christmas that will bo more appre
ciated than an artistic Portrait Money
spent in this way goes farther than
in any othor line.
Seo what 570 are producing in flno
portraiture ami malto appointments
TOWNSEND'S ELITE STUDIO,
22G 8. 11th street
Chanln Bros., Florists, 127 So 13th.
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