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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1904)
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A consolidation of
TKi Hwiporian, Vol. 01, Th NebraHkan, Vol. 10
Scarlet and Crt-am, Vol. 4.
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A Merry ChilstraaH and A Happy
Tho students at Cornell haw made a
t.uggcstion that ought to be a good
one. The suggestion is to establish an
lnter-collogiate board of umpires, who
shall bo agreed upon by tho oriouB
i olleges and who shall officiate at all
Inter-collegiate games. If this works
in the east, wny not in tho west? Such
a board would be of gieat value, In
that It would, by tho. common agree
ment of tho various contending col
leges, comprise only men who know
their business, were fair minded, and
Impartial; men to whom either of the
teams, would not hesitate to entrust
their Interests. Such a board would
do away with much wrangling 'and
contention which usually attends tho
solectlon of officials at most of tho
cames'. Had such a board been In
offuo a year ago the disgusting delay
previous to the Haskell gnme would
hao been ob luted. Anothor ad
antagc derhed from such a board
would be tho impossibility of the de
feated tam "beefing" on umpires' de
cisions. By agreeing to certain offl
ciols both teams would, in honor, be
bound to take their medicine without
making faces afterwards.
Buy Now for
The 25th is Dangerously
Accordingly it will pay the individual who has little time or little
money to come direct to our store regarding all matters of men's and
boys' wenr. Stocks are broader here, selections better, prices in everv
instance lower Our line of holiday furnishing goods emcraces everything
new in men's and boys' shirts, sweaters, umbrellas, hats, ties, gloves, hos
iery, suspenders, mufflers, collars, links, studs, fobs, scarf pins, grips,
trunks, etc, besides a very generous showing of strictly new Christmas
suits and overcoats which have just been received.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS T
Dr. H. K. Wolfe.
It is a matter of ken regret among
unhcrnlty students, alumni and fac
ulty, that Dr. H. K. Wolfe will leave
Lincoln. Tho bcBt wishes of a host
of frionds go with hlb to his new post
of history and pedagogy in the Uni
versity oC Montana. Dr. Wolfe has
been closely allied with the best ed
ucational interests and forcos of this
state for a long term of years, and' his
wlso counsel alid iuspirlng presence
will be sorely miBsed. He has, dtiring
hla years In tho university, later as
supoiintendont of4 the South Omaha
schools and as principal of the Lincoln
High School, been a source of great in
spiration of hundreds of students. His
rcmoal from Nebraska Iri a great loss,
not only to the educational as a whole,
but to that coterio of men who are
broad minded, sympathetic and Inspir
ational in their teaching.
The newest ni finest Bavrbcr
Shop in Nebraska. Particu
lar attention fhren to face,
neck and scalp massaging.
$206 O St., Burr Block
The following is clipped from the
Christmas number of The Dally Mln
nesotan. While Minnesota uses our
prowess to vaunt her own colors,
-nevertheless It Is a tribute, and as such
Nebraska appeared one week after
tho Qrinnell gamo and this was tho
first Interesting contest of the year
and the first one in which the Min
nesota oloven showed Its true fighting
spirit. Opposed' to an eleven that wjis
Its superior In experience and very
nearly its equal in weight tho Gopher
team found Itself scored upon shorUy
after tho play began. Then with de
feat Rtarlng It In tho faco, tho groon
eleven, that a& yet had no chance to
try Its offense against a worthy re
sistance, immediately phowed its met
tle by grinding out the touchdowns
that practically won the contest Min
ncsota at this time was but approach
ing that form which she desired to
Hhow In the Wisconsin game, while
Nebraska could undoubtedly have de
feated any team In the conference with
the possible exception of Michigan.
Nebraska evinced! hor .true form again
on Thanksgiving day when sho de
feated a team that had outplayed Chi
cago, and this defeat of Illinois makes
Minnesota's performance on October
29th all the more . remarkable.
The University of Colorado Is now
out of the Inter-Colloglate League of
Colorado and must look elsewhere
than Colorado for her football games.
One game we would like to see sched
uled with the men from the mountains.
That is a gamo with tho Cornhuskers
In Lincoln. The score of 33-0 of a
j ear .ago would seom like a mere drop
In the bucket compared to what we
would do to retrieve ourselves should
such a game be secured.
Bank j Nebraska
Earl Currant, who played fullback
for Minnesota against Nebraska on
October 29th, has been chosen by the
Gopher team as captain for tho com
ing season. If Currant's wonderful
work on defence Ib any criterion, Min
nesota has elected an excellent loader.
Vandorbllt university, in Nashville,
southern football champions, are look
ing for larger field to conquer. They
nro negotiating for games' next year
with Iowa, Illinois and Chicago, with
reported good prospects.
Yost, tho famous iootbal) coach, who
taught the Wolverines how to dp it
for tli6 past three years, has been re
tained by Michigan for five more
Get tho best Henderson & Amea
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
Varsity Pillow Tops at the Co-Op.
For Furs see 8teele, 143 S. 12th St.
and a little each mouth will
place a beautiful
in your home for Xmas.
We hae a largar stock of
Christmas bargains than ever
shown in this city before. Fine
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with the full assurance that we
will suit tho hand of anv one
who comes to us for wo have the it
largest and most varied stock of .
uuy ou in town anu
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