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VI. No, 52. U5iynpF NEBRASKA, UNCGLN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY $f t9Q7 uaV." m Price SCfcoto
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BASKET-BALL GAME PROMI8E8TO
BE WARM AFFAIR.
' wfthbut Allen The Kansan, Nqt ,'
-.old athletic rival in a game of basket'
tbau'at5 the Arm6ry. Frprirall indica
tions. Itwjuf be one of .ttioj fastest
fgames ever, played ,on the -local floor
-and much interest ,1s centering
'around it ,NebraBka's team, tho with
juut Hagenslcki-ono of the star fdr-
arus oi last year, ib, in mo opinion
t nAtfiWLjjitu i . . '-
,tof a great many, the best aggregation
of the sort ever got together hero, but
'in Kansas is a rival to test, the mottle
fof the best. TheflrsU.'gamo.'afteKtho
ss ".. . .5.
esumpuon o atmeuc relations, piayea
ftast fall, resulted for- us in a. disas-
itrourdefeat, but" Allen, at least, the
sKansas man who played so important
-,a Dart at that time, will not be in the
IkameltonigtftH' IndeodSflfio Kansan
oe¬t lsplajpanyery 'great
inmouni oi conuueiico'iu uiu uutcuwe;
.tho Its account of the team's strength
cannot, of courseTie accepted at face
S3H9.t uasa A5ji.caJyKw w , few
. J?e f0WM,Q.xJracLis4aken from
'"The Kansan published v last We.dnoa-
teiSTPr .sjaiztv ,
'hel team Oils year is vnot s well
alancedfas.tap.'Ctofllt year and the
)na1orltrvor.the games 'onh6tri3.
ft nptyplcnowp p:he atqj'Pifcamina
upris may make it necessary to work
feut one or two now men for tho squad.
jThe Kansas team arrived jtoday and
kre putting up at. the iftbyal'Ho&l. The
men areiJUBuuy huupuibuu iuu
vb play the game' of their lives. The
V Kansas.1 lV "-NetrtSlk?
herry . . . .Right. Forward Walsh
W.MiJler... .Left. Forward, . fe. .Burress
HackiU) iM dented Al A r.'.Mospr
a TUler. .Right Guar4 -j,, .Pj.BeJl
Bergenx vr-.-wLeft-' Guard y.'.v D. Bell
Suhstltutes-rFor3Can8aB,- Martin and
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.... .....I. A I.4..J AMnMn Mk.
. vers ty Students,
,MiBS sGrkceJ'Curti9 Glenn College
Secretary for the Presbyterian Board
of the Northwest, has completed her
nrlc at. the Tnlverflltv. Those hear-
Ing her haveffet her, tot be a. speaker
t superior personality. Her wide ac
uaintanderWith; student-life, .both at
home v and .in foreign landHj. enable s
ier "to trea.t of topics appealing to stu-
4ents in a manner both striding and
sympathetic,,, and much inspira
ilon has beenTMerlvadbyall hearing
ihe lectures or meeting her porspn-
Those n charge' of MissGlenn'a
rvlslt,Tierowisfi' to "Express" tnelr"gratl-
ficaUoa'atstne reception accbrded ker
, indebtedness especially to the Kaptfa
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lf 9 if fll Jf
''iScvi I! IIJM
"Arrj&&t f f a ICf 1
. iff 4iiW
TO BE THE NEW CONFERENCEOI
THE WEST, ' '
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The Proposed Compact Is Practically
' Assured Proposition Ratified by
All 3chools Exoept Mlchlgan
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THE PACE THAT KILLS .
a? Ill 4
Alpha Theta girfs at whose house' she
has" "been entertained.' Miss - Glenn
leaves today to take up work at the
Dr. Condra just received an offer
from' Yale to conduct the two courses
of -Elementary-Geology and'Geography
ever, will take the' position flrsfdffered
him at Cornell J f.?l
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Edwn Farmer Visits. Campus.
' Edwin. Farmer, a graduate of 1890,
now United States Inspector of. Cub
toms at Honolulu, H. T., is visiting old
friends on the campus for a few 'days.
He finds University environment great
ly changed from the school he knew
seventeen years ago. Not over k dozen
professors that Mrf Farmer knew then
are here now, and the faces of tho stu
dents appear, to him, strangely youth
Schedule Adopted, by "ilfl Four."
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Chicago vs. Michigan. -
Chicago vs. Minnesota. ' "
-- r MinKosota vs. 'Wisconsin:' c,
'1908. ' ' r" n
Chicago vs. Wisconsin. ,
' Chicago vs. Michigan. Xk $
Michigan ys. Minnesota.
Wisconsin vs. Miohigan.
Wisconsin 'vs. Minnesota.,
; ' 1909.
I Chlqago vs. Wisconsin1.
Chicago vs. ..Minnesota.
Michigan vs. Minnesota.,
Michigan Vs. Wisconsin.
, Chicago vs. Mlnnosota.
fcS" Chicago vs. Michigan. '
. Michigan vs Wisconsin. -Minnesota
vs. Wisconsin. t .
. Tho arrangoment to form a now con
ference among tlio Unlversitios 4 ot
Michigan, Minnes&ta, Chlqago, . and
Wisconsin has been ratified by three of
tho schools and tho fpurth member of,
the compact Michigan Is okpected ipt
get into line within a few days and,
giyo its approval. Students at the Ann
Arbor institution are in favor ot the
proposed agreement. , ,,,-
The proposition for forming the, or
ganization wa made at a conference
of representatives of the four, univer
sities held in Chicago, January 12. , It
was proposed, not in order to, pacify
.tlons among; the-four schools,,.. The
agreement now annlles onlv to foot-
ball, but '-pTebablyjwllbbe ;&4k1 to
Mother 15 Wof s'SbrE WZ S H fcf S
By this now organization the "Big
toin'e'wHb'o Bo'me'wtial weakened, btit
rwill c6htlnub to live. The coalition Is one
"organlzatidh: 'within another,! formed
to meetithpoedijiPf vfpr pfjtho nine
universities and In, .which, the smaller
colleges are. not .directly interested.
The fact, however, that the old confer
WPtiWJtf1- a 'lronf8fljfcijtiita
itself cannot help weakening the power
BASKElT - JBALuLs
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KANSAS Vp. NEBRASKA
SATURDAY, FEB: NINE
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Followed by Informal,D
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W, , , , .",, "! V
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Seats nowon sale. S
of that' institution. But a' "significant
clause in the resolution , adopted Joy
the four universities represented says
that the continuance of the coalition
during the second year, shall 'be sub
Ject to reconsideration at a request, ot
a single member of the conference, and
that each participant In the arrange
-ment shall retain thp right to with
draw after such consideration.
German Club Elects.
The Gqrman Club met with Miss
Julia Korsmeyer Thursday evening' and
elected the following officers for the
present semester: president, Julia, Mc
Cune; ylce-presldent, Dalsoy 'Need
ham j secretary-treasurer, Mira Kerns)
members' of the executive committee,
Scena Hansen and Evangeline Strlckv
land. - ,
After the business meeUng, the
qvenlng was spent Jn playing .German
games and singing German spags .
O. L. Pkllllps'OdwhoascoBiBel
led ' to leave school' lkstrsemter',vU
back for second semester' worlc"''i tf '
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