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THE OAIliY NBBRASKAN.
TOMMY, THE CATERER.
'Varsity' Have Some Heavy
Games Before Them For the
Rest of the Season.
"THE UNI'8 INDISPEN8IELE."
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dant If desired.
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Official Foot Ball Guide
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Saturday tho 'varsity will go to
Omaha to play tho Croighton Colloga
team. Last year tho 'varsity were
.hold down to a score qf 3d to 0 by the
timaha school, in what proved to be
a very Interesting gamo. Tho gamo
this year will bo a comparatively easy
Tibtdry for tho 'varsity. Crelghton
out of tho games she has played this
year has boon dofeated in threo;
Mornlngstdo Collego, Doano, and Belle
vuo. Bellovuo was tho most success
ful, running up a Bcoro of 28-0 against
the Crelghton men. Granting lhat
sho has suffored ddfoat yet Croighton
always puts up tho gamo of her life
against Nebraska, and as a result tho
spectators gdt their money's worth.
After Crelghton comes Ames. ThlB
will prove to bo ono of tho best" games
played on tho Nobraska field this year.
Amos has played tho 'varsity but twice
boforo, being defeated once by a scoro
of 30-0, and defeating us at another
timo by 33-04 Moro men have tried
for tho Ames 'varsity team this year
than any other team In tho west. It
is roported that as high as oho hun
dred and fifty men cama out to work
for a placa on tho team. From tho
showing mado by Ames thus far Wo
Cannot judgo as to our chances, ad she
has played but foW hard games.
Tho Crelghton and Ames games will
ltiad. up to tho climax of the season. dn
our homo Hold, that Is, tho Colorado
Nobraska gamo. Owing to the poor
showing Illinois has mado thus far,
tho football enthhslasts have come to
look upon the Colorado game as tho
hardest on the home grounds Tho do
fbat received, from Colorado last year
has not been forgotton, and every stu
dent, alumnus, and Nebraska sup
porter is as anxious to entor tho game,
and down tho western school as Is tho
toam. Tho Colorado team will como
supported by some two hundred root
ers, and with the determination to
Colorado will be followed by tho
Minnesota gamo at Minneapolis. Hero
Is whore we repeat tho 6-0" story of a
fow years ago. History never repeats,
but football' scores aro duplicated. Tho
'varsity was never more determined
than they are at tho present time to
give the Gophojs tho small part of tho
score. If a reasonable rate Is ar
ranged a largo numbor of the students
will attond this gairie.
The season Will bo closed with tho
Illinois gamo oh Thanksgiving. It Is
not necessary to go Into detail In re
gard to this gamo for it has becomo
too much of a fixture on.'the Nebraska
schedule. Illinois always puts out tho
best of a toam, and the Thanksgiving
game Is generally the most largely, at
tended of any gamo of the season.
With Doano between tho Minnesota
and Illinois, gamo the 'varsity should
bo In good trim for Thanksgiving.
Last night the football, men went
through some hard practice on tho
field. Booth lined them up for a short
signal practice and scrimmage Just be
fore the close of tho practice. A good
number, of tho men will bo taken to
Omaha Saturday, In order that tho now
men may got somo work against tho
Crelghton tqam- Tho officials for Sat
urday's gamo havo not as yet been
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Tho Dramatic Club will meet with
Miss Erford, 215 Q street, Thursday
evening, October 26.
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See Prdf. Caldwell.
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soil any more regular meal tickets, but
will run strictly on the European plan.
Commutation tickets, $3 for $2.85.
News and other items for thd Ne
braskan should be handed' Into tho
ofllco at tho east dnd of the hall f
tho second floor of University Hall.
They should not bo pUt In the box 6n
the oUtsIdo of tho office, as tho box be
longs to tho Latin -Department, and
not to the Nebrnskan, but should be
put on tho hook Inside the office.
All Seniors and members of the Fac
ulty 'who ard wishing to play in thrj
Association football team this after
noon meet at chapel timo .this morn
ing at tho south end of tho bleachers.
No previous experience hecesBdry.
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