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THIS PIIOI'KRTY 01
THK0JNIVEH81TV OF NEIJKASKA.
We Want You To Know Something
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behind the normal development of that
way to preVent a successful season, let
us see what was actually done.
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A GLANCE BACKWARD8.
The football season Is over at Ne;
bmska and time enough has elapsed
slnco tho last game to make possible
an unbiased rovlow of tho Reason,
from the standpoint of the avorage
supporter oftho gamo nt bur institu
tion. VVo liavo ho chargos to, make nor
no bouquets to offer Our solo mission
is that of tho bleacher critic.
?Jebraska faced at. tho. beginning of
tho year tho hardest schedule that a
Cornhuskor tonm has ever been called
.upon to phiy Tho reasons for tins
fact were valid, Tmt tho fact was never
theless extant. Tho Athlotlc Board
was in debt to the extent of about
$700 and tho season was called upon
not only to pay its own expenses, but
time in the season tho Cornhusker
team really was. Wo won, but in
both cuses by so narrow n margin
that we had no right to feel any ela
tion. It began to look as tho the
prediction of a thoroly unsuccessful
season were to bo fulfilled to a. letter.
Then came tho Ames disaster and
despondency on the part of the root
ers. ' Nebraska stock took a decided
slump except on the part of tho foot
ball squad. Hero ono encouraging
feature of tho season first manifested
Itself. Tho sqtiad simply gritted Its
collcctlvo tooth and became whole
somely angry over Its apparent In
efficiency. The campuB was scoured
for better material, and with somo
success, for when, nfter a game of
tug with Doane, the team lined up for
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Manicuro Sets in boxes, 98c up to $6.00.
Military Brushes In Beautiful Designs, $3.98 up to $15.00 a set
Shaving Mugs and Brushes, setyin boxes, $1.25 up.
Four piece Smoking Set, $2.75 rfnd up.
Jewel Coses in small sizes at 39c and 50c.
. Large Jewel Cases, $1.00 up to $7.50.
Papor Cutters in Gold and French Grey finish; special at 23c each.
We could not begin to tell you about the beautiful gifts we have in the
store for your Inspection. A visit to tills department will be money saved.
You can select any article you may want und have It laid aside to bo
called for between now nnd the holidays.
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game JiaB been Undeniably cleaner as
to professionalism, but in regard to
scholastic requirements we are not so
Our coach has proved a wonder at
thXMlnnosota contest, thoro wns such devising plays to meet tho. conditions
a change for tho better that Nebraska i-or the imw rules and yet he has not
supporters could hardly believo their Inassed without criticism. It Is recocr-
oyeB when the, final bulletin was post
ed announcing lhat tho much vaunted
Gophers had been held to 0 to 0 in ono
half, and that but oho touchdown
could be made by them inHhe second
raising It very much, still gave no evi
dences of a relapse. Then came Kan-'
Bas and a defeat that was so unde
served that the hurt of It rankles yet.
A completo demoralization seemed to
possess tho whole Nebraska team,
which, token In conjunction with tho
physical incapacity of tho director of
the Cornhusker plays, handed the
gome to the Jayhawkers jib a gift.
nized that tho samo results cannot be
expected from a line composed of
green mon oven under the "best of
coaching as from a lino of vetdrans
who have learned tho game by expert
ence. Nevertheless, it is undeniably
Naturally, confidence wns somewhat true that parts of Nebraska's line this
restored in the damp of the Cornhuskx vrGnr showed tho lack of adenuate
ors and the Crelghton game, while not training oven in the theoretical method
of deiensei Perhaps another year may
'strnightenXqut tho difficulty. If so wo
heartily hopd". that Coach Foster will
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tun showing beautiful fresh bosom Shirts,
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WHY PAY MORE?
bo given nnotherxopportunity to pro
duco a winning tenmv
Next year should flinL football at
Nebraska much improved. xIt is not
thought that ever again will the" Corn
huskers tiave to wade 'thru a schedule,
which will present the difficulties of
the ono this year. Thoro will be a
larger numbdr of veterans to give
ballast to tho team. The now rules
Willi find a much readier Interpretation,
tho conches "will know their material
better. In fact, 1907 should see Ne-.
braska once more at the fore whore
she surely belongs, and the disasters
of this yeuVwIll appear merely as tho
training school for a really representa
tive team. x-
thoso left over from a previous year.
More than this, thoro was tho1 very
discouraging factor that in all tho
'Varsity squad thoro was a nucleus of
only live old men about which to build
a team. Our lino of tho year before
was ontlrely a minus quantity and In
Tho Chicago gamo merely demon
strated the proverbial Nebraska stlck-to-lt-lve-ness,
for the Cornhuskors wero
clearly outplayed. Their gritty deter
mination to play ball till tho final
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and England Is practically as near that
as New York is.
In 1881, J. G, Blaine, secretary of
stato under President Garfield, an
nounced the first Pan-American con
ference to meet at Washington. Trade,
money, customs, tariffs, and arbltra
tllns wero considered there, but the
outcomo was not great. In 1901 the
whistle, howover, prevented tho con
test from becoming a farce and thero second conference was held in tho city
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the light of the pronounced Btand of 'wore a few spots whore really flrst-N of 'Mexico, and in 190G the third was
our faculty against professional and
otherwise ineligible players and of the
decided scarcity of material that gavo
any promise of football ability,' things
assuredly looked anything but hope
ful. .Still another couso for dlscourago-
clrtss football was In evidence.
I held at Rio Janeiro. It is hoped that
Thfl Cincinnati gamo was a decided
anti-climax, If such a thug wero pos
sible after such a season. It was too equality,
easy to bo Interesting nnd did not in I '
any way demonstrate that our team
had at last found championship form.
It wll bring about a bettor understand
ing and a new democratic spirit of
m'ont was the-fact that two coaches It was simply Indicative of the weak
were installed who wore absolutely , ness of tho Cincinnati team and noth
unknown at Nebraska until their or- Ing besides.
rival In Lincoln. Thoy had tho double J Wo have not tho Intontlon to call tho
difficulty of entering a new field nnd ' season post a success or a failure. In
of working with a green bunch of play- j our opinion it was not wholly either,
oi-s. And, as if this woro not enough, From a financial standpoint It Is cer-
The School of Music has established
a bureau to enable mombers of Its
faculty who are concert performers to
give public recitals thruout the state.
Miss Woltzel, who has charge of the
correspondence, has been sending out
numerous circulars bearing specially
on this bureau. Among those who will
take part In the work are Mr. Steckel-
thoy had tho task of dovising plays, tainly not a failure since thero will, bo j berg, Mr. Shollliorn, Mr. Stevens, and
under an entirely now and untried sot in substantial balance left in. the troas
of rules, which should best suit a ' ury oven after tho old deficit is
team of which thoy had no previous J straightened out. From the stand-
Considering all the obstacles in the.
point of clean athletics there Is some
thing to be said on both sides.. Tho
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