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Vol.VL No. 38.
MAKE GOOD RATE
RAILROADS OFFR $6 RATE FOR
300 Tickets Must Be Sold Before Fri-
day of This VVeek to Insure
ManagerEager announces that
rallrpads have offered an excursion
rntetc; Chicago for the Chicago-Nebraska
, football game on November 24
of '$G.00 for the round trip, providing
that 300 tickets haVe been sold by Frl
day evening of this weelt.
Acting on this advice, Manager
Eager has placed on sale at Harry
Porter's store on O street several hun
dred riegotlnble receipts Tor $G.00, ami
is doing his utmost to sell-enough of
them before Friday evening to guar
antee the excursion. If the required
300 receipts are sold they will .bp at
once exchanged for excursion tickets
and a, special train will bo arranged
for that wilLJeave Lincoln at some
time Friday afternoon, November 23,
nd will reach Chicago early the fol
lowing morning. A return train will
leave Chicago on jJJunday afternoon,
November 25, and will reach Lincoln
oiirxMonday morning In time to make
the .regular classes of the day.
This arrangement will not only give
those who go on .the excursion a I
chance to see the best football game
of their lives, but will also give suf
ficient time in Chicago to take in all
that Is of Jntorest to the casual vis
itor. . Chicago Js rich in attractions
and this special -rale is the clianco of
many years. Chicago Unhccrslty will
doubtless arrange to receive In fit
ting (ashfon .any Relegation that ''Ne
braska, may send and all who go can
feel assured beforehand of a royal
It Is not known yet where the team
will make its headquarters for the time,
it is in Chicago, butjyhatever hotel
is selected will doubtless be the head-
quarters for the excursion crowd as
well. The hotel that is chosen will
be announced as soon as possible.
It is probable that if the excursion
Is guaranteed the entire barid will be
sent to Chicago also. The Athletic
Hoard has agreed to appropriate $100
for the purpose and it is not thought
that the remainder of theamount nee-
. ess'ary will be difficult to ratee. The
presence of .the band would have a
strong, influence in making our team
put up tiie uest game ji wnicu iney
are capable. r-
The $6.00 rate applies only to chair
cars, and all who wish to fide in a
Puljniau must pay a fare of $8.00 be-
sideB the regular sleeping car rate be
tween Omaha and Chicago. This fact
is not expected In any way to Influ
ence the "size and enthusiasm of the
excursion, however, and it is hoped
that at least 1,000 loyal Nobraskans
will invade Chicago a week from next
It, F. Fowler, who was a member of
the class of 1908 last year,, played left
tackle oii West Point's football team
III the game against Princeton .Sattir
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Archery" Is. the fad among the co-eds
at Minnesota. ,
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
SOME OF THE JAYHAWKER TEAM
FOOTBALL MASS MEETING.
To Be Held Friday at Convocation
Hour Large Crowd Expected.
On Frldoy morning of tills week, at
the Convocation period, will be hold
the last football mass meeting of tho
year. Tho purpose of the meeting Is
to stir up to its limit the enthusiasm
of the student body and to ensure a
warm welcome for the Jnyhawkers
when they arrive.
No program has as yet been an
nounced for the .rally, but the Inno.
cents and the rooting leaders are hard
at work securing, the very best' talent
In the speech-making line that Is ob
tainable among students and faculty
and it is a matter of course that the
,band will be on hand as big ns life
and twice as -natural.
The rooting leaders promise some
new yells and some hard practise on
the old ones and they want enough
roolepB out to raise tho roof of Me
morial Hall, a feat that has not yet
been quite accomplished, altho on sev
eral occasions the moorings have been
severely tested. The program for tho
auspicious .occasion will be published
at the earliest possible date.
Miss Lota Adams has returned home
from Wahoo, where shei has been
teaching.' Her school was closed on
account of an epidemic of diphtheria.
-Some crank has unearthed evidence
that goes to .show' that the Chinese
originated football. He has a "que"
that Japan does the playing, however.
Y. W. C. A: and Y. M. C. A.
Memorial Hall, Wednesday, November 14, 730 p. ni.
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JUNIOR PROM DATE SET.
Will Be Given at Lincoln- Hotel on
February 8 Tickets $2.50.
The Junior Prom will be given nt
the Lincoln Hotel on the evening of
Friday, February 8, and tickets will
cost $2.50. This is the doclsloh of tho
Junior Prom committee, which mot
yesterday morning-at tho Convocation
In reaching this decision the Juniors
arc following the precedent established
by Junior classes from time imme
morial, and as usual, this danco will
share with the Senior Proni the dis
tinction of being one of the two so
cial functions of the yenr. The dining
room of the Lincoln Hotel, in which
the dance will be held, has only re
cently been entirely ronovuted and re
decorated, and Is by all odds the best
place, for a large formal dunce that
there is in the city. The comfortable
parlors arid large promenade in con
nection with tlieliall make it especial
ly desirable and rendgrs clever decora
The dance comes tho first Friday
after the final examinations of the first
semester and a large crowd is ox
pected to celebrate tho successful pass
ing of the half way station in the
year's work by attending tho dance.
Following the example of the Ne
braska students, the Sophomores" at
the University of -Illinois have agreed
to do nwuy wlthJhe hazing Of Fresh
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Price 5 Cents.
KANSAS IS COMING
BIG CROWD OF JAYHAWKERS TO "
Kansas Team In Good Condition Has
Rallied Frpm Defeat by
At ono o'clock Suturflny tho Kansas
delegation will . arrive in Lincoln In"
full forco, determined to Hhow Neb ens
leans what Kansas can do. A crowd
numbering sovornl liundrod will tuko
advantage of the three dollar rato that
has boon obtnlncd, and nil are coming
with tho best of good fcollng.
The excursion train will leavo Lin
coin at 11 p. m. from tho Union Pacific
depot, much too ortrly for many of tho
fraternity men who will entertain for
their "frat. brothers" from Kansus.
Smokers will bo given at most of the
fraternity houses on the ovonlng of
November 17th nnd a cordlul spirit
will no doubt spring un between Knn.
fsasand Nebraska that will show Itself
In tlibrelatlons between tho two
The Kansasteani will arrive on Fri
day," In ordor to est up thorly bo
fore the struggle, and "Will not leavo
until Sunday. They como m (ho ex
pectation of holding us down to "iMow
Hrnrn IT nni nt wlnnlmr ! ....,,.,-.
They are In the bcBt of condition, and
eager for a good hard rap at Nebraska.
Seven veterans from tho nuclods of
the team around which n numbpr of
star freshmen players of JusTyoar have
boon grouped, untjl one of the strong
est team tiat has over represented
Kunsas University on the football iiolik
will play here Saturday.
Manager Eager has had extra stand
ing room for tho game on Saturday
arranged for jn tho past few days;
Platforms have ljeen erected nt either
end of the bleachers that will accom
modate between five hundred and a
thousand persons, and they are ox'.,
pected to be crowded to their" utmost
Tho Kansas line-up will probably bo
as follows: . ;
Rouse L. B , ......115
Donald, (Capt.) L. T. ...:.,. ... . .210
Putnam L. 6. .......... J95
Milton C. . .. .155 l
rKeod-r-R. G. . . . .... .220
Brunnor R. T. . .7 180
Whlte--R. E '...... 77..... '..... 165
Miller-iL. H .;, 145
Forter Jt. .H. ...rr...(.v ,175
AngnoyQ. B. , . , .!.r.'. ........ v ,Vl44
Ise F. D. .,,... .JT, J. ." " . ', . . 162
Subs Pleasant, 108: .Coulter, 155;
jCrowell, 169. -
The football song contest for the
Kansas game closed yesterday eVen
ing at the specified time. An unex
pectedly largo number of verses were
submitted vaijdpthe Jwnd is now hard
.'at wofk in selecting the winner. "The
.winning verses, together with tbe
name of the author, will bo published
in the Nebraskan for either Thursday
or Friday.' The song "will b'e tried out
at the rally on Friday morning.
E. M. Briggs, from Nebraska Uni
versity, 'holds a fellowship in the 'Qer
' man department. Kansan.
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