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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1906)
, Vol. VI. No. 45.
UNIVERSITY 6F NEBRASKA, UNCOLN, FRIDAY, PjbVEMBER 23, J906.
THE MAN WE PLAY
JRemember the DateNovember 24
FOOTBALL AND CR088-COUNT.RY
TEAMS LEAVE LINCOLN.
Both Teams in Good Condition Few
Rooters Qolng Elaborate Enter
talfrment Prepared In Chicago.
Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
tlje football team and the track team
left;for Chicago, over the. Bock Island..
A Email but enthusiastic crowd of root
ers accompanied the boys to the sta
tion and gave ea6h man 'threo "honkB"
as he boarded "the train, winding up
with a cheer foe the wholo team.
Ey,ery man is in the best of condi
tion, and the team as a wholo is hope
ful of giving Chicago a good hard rub
for Jthe honors of the day. ' Chicago Is
by ho' means expecting an easy victory
overthe Cornhuskors and has been
hard ' aV-work all week building, up.
plays aqundtKo! ' mighty Eckersall,
who will no dbubVplay the most brll-
Want game of .the season for the en
With the team weiit a number of
Nebraskans, who are determined to
see the, game in Bplte of the poor rate.
Elaborate plans 'are prepared for the
- reception and "entertainment of the
visiting Cornhuskers. After Vnegamo
an informal tu'blo d'hote dinner will bo
served to all Nebraakahs at the Grand
Pacific "hotel In a banquet hall -which
will seat over 800 persons with .ease.
Tho-dlnnor .will besbryed. at 6 o'clock
.and will beoyerln time 'for the thpa-
ter8.LTho GrandPaclfic Hotel Is one
of the best hotels In the city andac-
' cbmmodatlonshavo beerisecurodfor
4he.. delegates at greatly reduced ratesr
v MOBfdf thevislUrs 'will nb; doubt stop,.'
here in spite of the fact that the teams
$i go tp the Hyde, Park .Hotel.
In the evening the theaters. will all
be visitedT but In particular the '.'Colo
niRl'f 'iglll bo a meeting .place for the
westerners. ''George Washington, Jr.,"
wlllsjjapresented and two hundred
seats have been reserved by the Uni
versity of Nebraska Chicago Club.
The vWam wiir reach Chicago this
morning! at 8: o'clock and will proceed
aonce;tocthe. hotel to rest up for the
afternoon practise,, , ,, ,
Jfreshjrjiafi, Wop. TJcke to Cpsi $1.50rr
y ' ' " Lincoln Hotel Selected.'
, It wjH cosj ypu a dollar and; a half
to attend Ao" Fpeahman Hop. 'This
decision Was reached: by the hop com
mittee yest'erday morning o,fter ma
ture dibeatibnupon the: advantages
and disadvantages of the various hails
available for. .Its' purpose and their
relative cost It was further decided
that the dance will be held 'on the
evening of January 25
It isi asserted that' the advanced
' mice is -necessitated by the use of
the. most expensive hall in town and
It 'is clalmethat the mcroased' bppor
tunltler foi a good time will more
than offset the extra cost. , The dance
will be Informal and the University,
public is Invited. Lyslo Davis is chair
man f.,the A0P ' committee and Harry
Ipgalls wifi' be master of ceremonies.
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Cameron's Lunch Counter.
123 8. 12.
Plan to Gome.
DRAMATIC CLUB MEET8.
New Members Announced President
Installed Casts to Be Selected.
The following members were ad
mitted to membership In the Univer
sity Dramatlo Club at a meeting hold
yesterday morning: Misses Clark, Han
Ion, Hempel, Overstroet, Trueblood,
and'Woh'rs; Messrs. Cole, Montgom
ery; Thompson, and Yates. Admit
tance' "wulfftbased on the tryouts held
on last Monday and' Tuesday evenings.
The constitution of the club was.
read for the benefit of the new mem
bers and Miss Bess Brown, instructor
In Elocution, was formally Installed as
president of the club. The cast com
mittee had ho complete cast to an
nounce, out expects to publish one for
a sparkling college play within a few
days. It Is hoped to produco.the play
before the Christmas holidays.
The first social evening of Uo olub
this year, will bo hebl this evening, at
the home ot Miss Ruth Bailey, 1987 E
street, and it is hoped, that there will
be a large turnout to welcome the new
members nndto place hp cm upon a
firm, spcial .fpnndaUon lor. thd year.
v, .SONORITIES, PLEDGE.
Pan-Hellerilo Restrictions Lifted
With all restrlctibns as to rushing
and pledging removed. b-the passing
of the mid-semester examinations into
University history, there has been a
sudden revival In aesthetic tastes con
cerning the color of ribbon. Several
pledgllngs are already In evidence and
there Is the promise of more to follow;.
The names to date., are as follows:
Alpha Omlcron PI, Madge Alderman;
Pi Beta Phi, Henrietta Benedict;; Chi
Omega, Alleen Gantt, Orllla Oilman;
Delta Delta Delta, " Saline Smith;
Alpha Phi, Oulda WUtse, '
- TO GIVE SMOKER.
Reynolds Club of Chicago University
to Entertain Nebraskans.
President Hostetter of the Reynolds
Club has announced plans for a smoker
to be -hold In the rooms of the club.
Saturday night after the Nebraska
game. Members of both teams will be
present, and. all University men are
invited. There will be good cigars,
good fellows, good vaudeville stunts,
good singing and a general goodj Jolly
time all evening.
Remember that your pictures for the
Cornhuskor must ' be taken '' before
Thanksgiving. , If- you go ' darly you
will get better- -service. . Let ech ,one
go to Townsend's as soon as, possible.
Instead of' waiting until the Jast day,
' H. G. MYERS, Editor.
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Event of the Year
FOR FRAT CONSIDERATION.
A Hint From the Interfraternlty Rules
'"" For the benefit of fratornltlcs ex
pecting to pledge men tomorrow It
m.ay bo well to present the following
rule passed hy the interfraternlty
council May 24, 1006:
"No new student shall be pledged
or Initiated If ho Is on .the delinquent
list at the mld-somestor report'
This rule Is applicable Jto any now
student who Is at all delinquent, re
gardless of the number of hours he
may be carrying.
It may be well also to explain that
the interfraternlty rules do not lose
their application to delinquent stu
donts until" the delinquency is made
AT THE THEATERS,
What Nebraskans. Can Find at Chicago
Playhouses Tomorrow Night.
The following is the list of- attrac
tions In the theaters of tihlcago for
Saturday evening, .Nqyember 24.
.The AudltorlumBpnHur. l
p "La Sallo Theater, "The "Time, 'The
JPlaco, and. The 'Girl!' '(musical com
The Garrlck Theater, "The Road Ho.
Studobaker's Theater, w;'On Parole.!'
'Grand Opera House,. Richard Mans-
floldjn "Peer Gynt .
The Colonial Theater, however, will
bo the rallying place for Nebraskans,
Hero the Nebraska team will be. en
ter toined by the management, of the,
theater andlt is, expectedTthat alargo
number of supporters wjill avail them
selves of the seats, that have been held
In reserve for them?
IN GREAT DEMAND.
Professor, H. R. Smith's NewBook'ln
t wj,e Uge.
Professor Smithes, new-book dealing
with foods and the principles of, ani
mal nutrition, published last winter,
has already been, adopted-in-thb uni
versities and agricultural colleges of
twenty states. No book of its-kind
has received higher endorsement from'
the agricultural press and college men
than phla now work. A second and
larger edition was printed 'by a Chi
cago' house this' fall.
Those who did not' give their city
address at the time of registration or
who have moved slnqo that time are
requested to leave the correct address
at the' Registrar's office at once. Tele
grams and special delivery letters are
often delayed because the city address
has been changed or has not been
given at-all, v
WHAT THE DAILY MAROON
- THINK8 OF ECKER8ALL.
The Chicago-Nebraska Game to le
Climax In Career, of Chicago's
Famous Captain and Quarter.
For four yoard the horo and star,
of the Chicago football toam the
most talked of football playor In the.
country, accorded a position on the"
ail-Amorlcan teams of 1904 and 1906,
an honor given to only throe- Western
men In sovonteen years of American,
football, and during his last yoar the
captah of the University ot Chicago
football cloven, Walter H. Eclcorsall,
will on Saturday of this weok bring to
a closo one of tho most brilliant col-,
lego football carcjors. in tho history ot
tho American game.
Chicago's 190G schodulo win closo.
"with tho Nebraska game on Sturayr
ana ror tue nrstumo in yoaro-thorp
will ba no Thanksgiving game in .Only
cago. This Is duo to the. ConferoncBi
ruling, 'which closes, tho season the.
Saturday before Thanksgiving. .
In order to, give EpkorsaU-ft great
softd-off, Coach- Stagg has announced,
that ho Is planning tp work put some,
pjays, built osgoclally for. Bokaral..
yiUle the Mttrp'oX offpnso has hd
Epidrsall as n,, prqnilnent factor for.
four ears, yet these. speclftllydevls,ed
plays will be planned to glyp. Ecklea
chanco. to. show his remarkable.
r- "Eokorsall's career,, now- at jts
zenith, has boen ono of the mostHlusj
tribus football has ever furnished,''
says Coach Stagg. "He-ls-one of the
greatest football players of the age;
It would be hard to find A better man,
in the open, In running back punts, ij
punting and in drop-kicking, a better
man In directing an attack, a more)
enthusiastic leader, and a more ideal'
sportsman than Eckorsalh And. so, w
nro coiner to mnkn' thin Innr cam a nti
In discussing the game with Ne-j
brasjea, Coach Stagg, after last night's
practise, said: 'Wo are going, to bring
UiU BipUBUU IU UB HUUUUHDIUI J. UlUBU, HB
possible. We . Want a "fitting climax. . , : V
anb! there willbe 'no let-up in $ . :h
w,6rk." . Yesterday .afternoon the men
went thru their regular Monday, prac?
tise; and were given a gingery work . ""
put In signals, and in new plays. Coach,
Stagg gave out a few pit the new'
formations which he expects to use, . :'
Saturday. ' ,. "j.""
" Assistant Coach Spolk returned, yes-. , '
terday fr.Qm Lincoln, ,where he wqntt
Saturday to watch the .Kansas-Nehras-
ka game. , t
''Nehraska was overconfident, and'
should have won," ho said. "And if
the game were played again, I believe
It would. The Cornhuskers had a
strong and( versatile attack, and are)
capable of putting up a hard fight"
The amount of scrimmage which thi
aroon regulars will ge this week1
wljl depend largely on .the condition
of tho' field and the form ehown b
the men. Coach Stagg is, unwilling'
to. take any chances of injMring his
mea during, the last week el fractiM.
by a slippery field or unfortumate'ac-
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