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Vol. VII. No35.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, J907
Price 5 Cents.
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ALL PREPARATIONS HAVE BEEN
MADE FOR BIG GAME.
ansas Determined to "Do or Die"
1 8qugd Has Been Undergoing 8tlff
Practice During Past Week.
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IMPORTANT GAME8 TODAY.
Nebraska vs. Kansas
.Chicago vs. Perdue
Michigan vs. Wabash
' Ames vs. Grlnnel(
Wisconsin vs. Indiana
Yale ys. Brown
Harvard vs. Carlisle
Cornell vs. Army
Princeton vs. Amherst
"Refereer-'H.oagland of Chicago.
Umpire Hamill of Chicago. .
Field Judge Outland of To-
Head bmesman Cornell of
Weather "Forecast for Kansas
-8CORE8 OF OTHER YEAR8.
19oo;:....; ,.;... 12'
1902 : "....16
. 1903 6
1904....... No Game
1905. No Game
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Tfio .Cornhuskors loft Thursday
v night at' ten-orock oyer tho Mlsadurji
'Ecjlc, ' Tho, teamwas, atjcompanlod
b'y theu opaoKes; JC0I9 'and Peck, jlana-
i ger teagor JDr, Bolion, faculty ropVo-
sentatlVGv.of "the ' Atlilotlc Board. Dr.
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Oliver" JBvordtLlJCa'ptalm Worklzer,"
and several entnusiasuc Bupportore
of tHe. Scarlet- andCream. '
1 CtHo crowd1 at tW statlbn "was a. dla-
appointment to'tho management" In
Regard' o nuniberB, but the small
crowd of faithful onos"who did. go
down were very enthusiastic and gave
. tBo team all the encouragement they
could muster. Coach Colo would not
discuss1 the, game further than, It
,.wbud. bo a hard flght an,d that the
tsara, wore 'going In for a battle from
-wlhcii they hoped to omorgo vlctorl-
The team was In good spirits and
pulled out of the station determined
to seokrovenge for the defeat at the
Hands of the Jayha-wkers last year.
,f3,Ide from the bruised condition of
-' a.few of the players, the team as a
whole left in good condition and ready
to put up a desperate flght,
Practice the past week has been
more or Idas hampered by the unfa
vorable condition In which the team
yas left, due to the battle with Ames.
"King" Colo found It necessary to save
his ' men by resorting to light work.i
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TWO LEADING MEMBERS
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Miller, Left Half.
Weight, 145 Pounds.
8IR HORACE PLUNCKETT.
Notod Englishman Inspects the State
Sir Horace Plunckett spent yester
day visiting tho Stato Farm, in com
pany VithfjChancollor',An3row.s He
had boon In Omaha looking after his
Intorests there, and decided' to como
down to Lincoln in order to see tho
Stato Agricultural School.
Ho Is an .Irish mombor of the Eng
lish Parliament, and Is dooply inter
ested in agricultural development.
Ho Is a Follow of tho Royal' 'Society,'
which Is In, itself a. great distinction.
Sir Horaco Plunkott la doBcrlbod by
thosb who havo soon him as being
uhasBum'lng and such a man $b would
bo takon for an enterprising Western
business man rather than an EngliBh
Dr. F. M. Fllnjr will-lecture In St.
Paul, Minn., Friday night, (November,
21et, undor tho auspices of tho
"Woman's Thursday Club," on tho
subject of a "World's Crisis," Friday
morning ho will address tho students
of McAlostor College, the president
of which is Professor Hodgman, for
merly of this University. It .Is pos
sible that ho wjll also speak before
tho Central High School of St. Paul
tho noxt ovoning.
Football, Unlvor&jty campus, 3:00
p. m, today. Admission? 25 cents.
THE HEBRASKA-KANS. BAME REPORTS
, will be given in full
at the '
Uni. Campus, Saturday, Nov. 9, 3 p. m.
' Admission 25 Cents
OF THE KANSAS TEAM
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Crowed, Right Tackle.
Weight, 176 Pounds.
Pershing Rifles Create Honorary
At a meeting of the Pershing Rifles
Novombor 7 the following resolution
was adopted as an amendment to tho
"Whereas, There are many mem
bers of tho Pershing Rlflos who from
tlmo to time recolyo commissions in
tho Battalion of Cadots of the Uni
versity of Nobraska, and who still
wish to retain their membership tin
said company; therefore, .be. it
"Rosolvod, That such mombors, up
on tho receipt of commissions In said
battalion, shall bo rotiilnod as. honor-
ary momDors,, proviuea tnoy, woje
memoeru in gooa. stanaing at tne time
of receiving their commission. , Such
membors shall bo oxompt from paying
f . .. " ' . - i '.'r
regular uues ana lines ior aosonco.
Two consecutive absences without
satisfactory explanation sh'airb'e con
sidered aaa resignation." r"
Six of the lieutenants of" tho bat
talion hove" boon drilling In tho ranks
of tho Pershing. Rifles this year and
will now bodmitted as honorary
Miss Jane Blanchard, '06, Alpha Phi,
Is In Lincoln. - .
The best coffeo I over drankthat
served In The Boston Lunch. Try l
PALLADIAN 80CIEY HOLD8 A BIG
Banquet Is Given In the Old Hall
New Hall In the'Temple li.Fornv
ally Dedicated After Banquet.
Last ovoning tho Paljadian Society
hold a grand reunion to celobrato tho
dedication of their now hall In the
University., Tomplo. A banquet was
sorved in tho old hall, whiqh has boen
tho homo of tho society for many
years and after this was finished tho
gathorlng ropalrod to tho Tomplo,
whore tho formal dodicatlon wns hold.
In tho afternoon,, from 4:00 to 0:30
o'clock, nn opon rocoptlon was hold
for all University men and women.
An opportunity was thon given to all
to soo tho new rooms, and incidental
ly tho Tomplo ltsolf. About 300 poo
pie, of whom possibly sovontykflvo
Lwero not connoctod with tho Univer
sity, wero prosont. Rofroshmonts
wore served nnd Quick's orchestra
was on hand during part of tho time.
Last ovoning a banquet of 106
platos was givon In tho old University
hall, tl was sorvod by Mrs. Stratton
and Mrs. Dr. Stevens. Invitations
had boon sont to out of town mombors
and about thirty-eight wore present
who are not now connected with tho
Tho toastmaster was' Professor
Fosslor. Tho following toasts wore
"Tho Good Old Days," Mrs? 'AW.
Field, '82. -
"Our Sacred Traditions," T. T?jJ
Williams, '02. "
"The P. O. D. C," Mrs. F.' S. Stuftf
'87-'8o. , .;.;; -
"The Business" Meeting," Rov: C. R;
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1 ''Pal 'HallMSTei't Ho the- Oldea't,",
Miss Cora, O'donriolf, '0: 1' f
-"Palladjan' "Aluhinao," Le Grand'
"Lottery u from nho WdrldJ" Floral
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U- A shprk program was provided, for
the formal -dedication of the new hall
,af tor the' banquet
-j, no new nan, in ine nortneast cor
nor of tho third floor of tho Tomplo,
has been furnished very tastily.. Tho
stage has been completely 'fitted up
with mission furniture, which is tho
gjft of old members of. tho society.
Every convenience is provided which
wi'a help, to make the room best suit
ed to the needs of the sdclety.
Tho following Informal Committee
.has been appointed by President
'Weaverling of tlip Freshman .Class.
Tho Informal will In all probability
be held Saturday evening, November
16th, in Memorial Hall. The event
promises to prove quite an affair. Its
object is to get the Freshmen ac
quainted, with each other; Claude
Flansburg, chairman, Frank Proudflt,
Lloyd' Calkins, Earl J. Lee. Miss
J -Holon.Stolner, Miss Edna Flock, .Miss
fiamec Aiiuiman. t
At tho- Freshman meeting recently
'Miss Elsie Peterson was elected sec
retary, Mr Gain, vice-president, and
J Miss .fiteiner,. treasurer.
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