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ATHLETIC GOODS Lawlor.
BANKS First Trust and Savings, v
BAKERIES Dalrymple, Folsom, Po
BARBER SHOPS Grand Central,
Green's Shops, Marshall, Emmert.
BATH HOUSE Chris.
BOOK STORES Co-op; Lincoln;
CAFE Savoy, Windsor, Sams, pons,
CIGARS Colo & McKenna; Matt'a
CLOTHING Farquhar; Mageo &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.;. Sterling.
COAL Gregory; Whitebreast.
CONFECTIONERY Dalrymple; Lin
coln Candy Kitchen; Olympia Candy
Co., Rood, Hlrschner-Morso.
DANCING ACADEMY Lincoln, PittB'.
DENTISTS Graham; Yungblut.
DRUGGISTS Hirschnor-Morse, Jor
DRY GOODS Horpolsheimer; Miller
FLORISTS Chapln; 0. H. Froy. '
FURNISHINGS Budd; Magee , &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
HAIR DRESSER Mrs. Davis; Mine.
Ross, Mrs. J. C, Bell.
HAIR SPECIALIST Rice.
JAPANESE GOODS Akagl.
JEWELERS E. Fleming; HarriB:
Myers, Tucker, Hallett, HenderBon
LAUNDRIES Evans; Merchants;
LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, FoIbohi
MILLINERY Famous; Nichols.
OPTICIANS Hallett; Myers"; Shean,
PHOTOGRAPHS Blazek, f Haydeu,
PIANOS Schmollor & Mueller.
PRINTERS Gjeorge, Bros.; Simmons.
REAL ESTATE Humphrey.
REST4TJRATJTS Boston Lunch;
Biids; Camerons"; Chiifch; Climax;
. T)6ns Dickinsons: -Francis Bros.;
V' flnmfl Windsor Pnlfip.A nlnlnc Hnll.
SHINING PARLOR Cole & .Mc
Kenna. SHOES Beckman ' Bros; Cincinnati
Hereford & Petty; Rogers '&,H Per
kins; r Sanderson.
SKIRTS Lincoln Skirt Co.
TAILORS Backstrom; DreBher; ,E1
v Hott; Heffioy; Herzog; Ludwlg;
Scotch Wollen Mills, Union 'College
THEATERS Jewell ;"Joy-o; Oliver;
Lyric, Bijou, Wonderland, Elite.
JTROUSERSr-Baker Pante.Co. v-
Pool tables' havo beon installed In'
Earl Hall, fM Columbia, by, the jChrls
'tlan Associations The objdct is.tq
make, the i)lace"a mdrva general meet
ing place for students.
Cross-country preliminaries will be
held next Monday evening.
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Tiio best place' to eat in town Is at
Dons Oafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. at
Pitts' Dancing School
Class nights Advanced, Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and Saturday.
, 8ocal night Friday. Private class
every afternoon Most beautiful 'hall
in Lincoln. ' New ' location, 1114 N
street. Auto 5241. .
(Continued from .mure 1.)
stiff scrimmaging being almost out of
ohnson and Frum declarod Thurs
day night before leaving that they
were in condition to play today1 and
Coach Colo stated that hoNyould prob
ably use both during the nrst half
at lerisl. Craig" or Beltzor wilKprob
ably take Johnson's plaqo at end uur
ing the second half, Hnrto going in
Captain Wellor has not yet fully re
covered from the Ames gamo, but will
probably enter the game today in his
old form. The poor condition of tho
men has occasioned groat anxiety on
tho part of the coaches during the
week and tho report of general im
provement in the condition of tho
team is welcomed by tho ornhuskor
Officials for tho jgame:
Hoagland (Chicago) Referee.
Hamill (ox-Chicago) Umpire.
Outland (Topeka) Field Judge.
Cornell (Lincoln) Head linesman.
The following 1b the probahlo line
up: Kansas Nebraska
White. L. E Johnson
Caldwell L. T Matters
Wood L. G Ewlng
Milton C Collins
Reed .R. G. Frum
Crowell R. T. . . . . .Chaloupka
Rouse R. E Harvey
Angnpy Q Cooke
Stevenson. . .-. . ,L. H Wellor
Fortor R. H Minor
Rico F. B Kroger
Reports of tho the gamo will bo re
ceived at Cole & McKenna's cigar
The preparations at Kansas are de
scribed in the following Lawrenco
"Stick to your oam, win or lose,"
was the topic of Chancellor Frank
'Strong's talk to the students In chapel
this morning. There has been con
siderable knocking 'on tho Jayhawkor
team since last 'Saturday's defeat at
the hands of WnBhburn and it was
this sentiment to which the chancel
"The victor gets too much praise,"
ho said. "We must learn to give our
sympathy and support to tho man
who fights hard and loseB."
The chancellor also condomned bet
ting. "When a team feels that a good
deal of money has 'been bet on It, tho J
men become excited . and are forced
to boar a responsibility that should be
entirely foreign to college sport."
The Kansas students are beginning
to look forward to next Saturday's
contest with no little degree of ex
citement. This morning rod ribbons
bearing tho words, "Rooters' Clubt",
were uistriuuteu to Beverai nunurca
students. Five hundred of these will
be given out and for tho-wearors of
the ribbons 500 seats will he reserved,
forming a rooters' section to which
only the leather lunged will' be ad-,
Tho Jayhawkor squad practiced un
til dark yesterday and today. Tho
first team ran signals until it was'
impossible to see "tho ball on the for
ward passes and the men were forced,
to go jn.
Kennedy is shifting .his . line-up ,a
little. Hq beljevps thafc he will need
n 'heavy team Saturday. He is get
ting as much weight In. the line as is
consistent. Carlson is being worked
at center, while Jay Bond, who was
just declared eligible yesterday, seems
slated for a chance atJeft guard.
Kennedy is doing nil in his power
to strengthen the Kansas, lino. If tho
line can hold on punts, Forter will
have no trouble In getting away his
long kicks. However, If tho Nebras
ka line Is continually breaking
through and making him rush' his
kicks, Forter's leg will not be nearly
so effective. If ho caa take his time
he can average forty-flve or fifty
yards on his puntsV-and Kennedy is
going to make the Kansas line so
strpng that Forter will (have timet to
'receive the ball, count .the stitches
in the leather and then kck it before
any Nebraska man gets in tho way.
It was with two field goals that
Kansas defeated Nebraska last year.
It' is believed that with a line that
can hold that either Forter can place
kick pr Porter can drop kick about
.as many goals as it is possible to try
for how many that will be will de
pend a great deal on the Kansas back
With Angney and Miller out; th$
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