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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1907)
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Entorod at tho postofneo at Lincoln,
NobraHka, as. spcontl-class mall matter
under tho Act Of Conpross of March 3.
II Imb boon decided that thoro will
bo no footbnll rally for tho Denver
game, but all npiiit and ontlniBiaflm
will ho reserved for ono grand final
rally for tho St. Louis game, Thanks
giving. Tho reason for this attitude
is that It was feared that too many
rallys would by becoming a burden on
tho studonts generally, on account of
their frequency tond to defeat tho .ob
ject sought. "Without 'doubt under
tho.' present arrangements of tho con
vocation period and locturo period it
1b hot possible to secure any tlmo dur
ing tho nlay for theso rallys which
will not conflict with lectures and
other required attendance 'So far in
tho year it has been necessary for
the studonts to choose between "at
tending tho rally or their classes and
no mattor which courso thoy pursue
thoro' 1b n wrong dono. Many foel
that tho students arc put in . tho
wrong position inasmuch as a spirit
of loyalty demands attendanco upon
MAY YET WITHDRAW.
Wolverines 8tlll Talking About Leav
ing Big Nine.
Mihclgan is still extensively dis
cussing its perplexing athletic prob
lorn. Tho attitudo toward tho Big
Nine Is still tho essential feature of
tho controversy, and tho recent ac
tion of tho Board of Regents reor
ganizing t)o Board of -Athlotic Con
trol has added fuel to tho fire. Tho
Michigan Daily comments as follows
on ttio subject:
"By d procesB of deduction it is
quite possible to see how tho action
will tond toward tho estrangement of
Michigan from tho Conforenco alli
ance. Tho Regents havo always bc6n
opposed to tho hlthorto effective pol
icy of allowing eight'other schools to
dictate Michigan's athletic affairs,
and as it is thp Rogonts who aro re
sponsible for Michigan's latest move,
It does not seem unnatural to con
nect tho two conditions.
"According to the plan outlined by
the Board of Regents for tho new
Board of Control, buU ono of the fu
ture members is definitely chosen at
this tlmo, and that is Keono Fitz
Patrick. As usual, Mr. Fltzpatriclc
is pursuing a policy .of conservatism
and is expressing no opinions concern
ing tho probablo atitltudo tlio now
board will havo toward tho Big Nino.
Howover, it is known that Director
Fitzpatrick was passively In favor of
tho movement started last spring,
which had for its ultimato Sbject tho
completo soveranco iy Michigan of
all athletic relations with other Insti
tutlons of tho Big Nino, as members of
the Nine. Relations with those schools
individually, of course, would havo
been acceptable had those schools
wlshod to maintain such athlotic in
torcouVso. As tho matter now stands that is,
under tho regimo of tho present
Board qC, Control Michigan is still a
member of tho Big Nine. Despite tho
WITH MORE THAN ORDINARY MERIT
We are now squarely face to face with real
winter. The first Impulse will be to rush Into the
most convenient place for an Overcoat. Don't do
It take time to get the coat you want -one that
you are sure you can depend upon for service.
Our Coats at $15 and up are not simply here to
soil, but to make customers for our store, for the
fabrics and the style of every coat is thoroughly
"dependable. Our contention is, that Coats should
not only look good while new, but continue to look
well with hard, usage. Both knee and ankle length
Coats at $10 and up to $40 and every one fully
guaranteed to glv6 satisfactory service for the
KENSINGTON OVERCOATS FIT
Student 50c Neckwear
! i M I fl,. I - .-- I -. I II
Novelty 4-in-hands so many it makes your eyes hurt
at this popular, prico. Narrow ties and close together
fold collars are the real poruvians for now. Let mo tell
you. of tho new styles as they occur.
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
- 114-1 O STREET .
tho tallys and the interest In their
collego work ob woll as tho require
" ments of the University demand at
tendance upon thoso 11:30 classes.
As the case now sands thoro is no
time provldod for tio different class
and student '.mcetihgB which does not
conflict with rogulnr locturo'"pbrloujs.
Thoro should bo a certain period pf
time sot apart each day at which time
meetings' could 'bo hold without cut
ting into regular University time'. 'It
would not be necessary for ono hajf
hour to bo given every day if It is
found that so much time is not neces
sary to onablc class and other studont
organizations to meet nnd transact
thoir necessary business. But with
out question thoro is soinothlng wrong.
rf Think of4 a collego professor saying
anything Hko this: "I hope that tho
best team will win." What an awful
slam! , Doesn't ho know ho know he
.should say: "I hope the bottor team
will win?" V-
numorous threats that were mado by
that Institution last spring whon
Michigan's Board of Control decided
to violate to a slight extent Bovoral
Conference rulings, the Big Nine- has
since maintained vigorously that
Michigan's action did not result In
the Wolverines forfeiting their mem
bership in the Big Nine. Tho stand
thp directors of tho Conforenco took
on tho matter was a purely solllsh
one, and was doubtless adopted after
considerable consideration. They
were led to jtheir decision that no
mattor what action Michigan mlgh
take, she would still be a, member,
tho knowledge that Michigan's with
drawal in name as well as in deed
would prove a dangerous if not fatal
blow to tho prestige enjoyed by tho
Big Nino Conference association.
Hence tho- ruling that even 'though'
not active or In good standing, MichU
gan.was nevertheless, nnd would al
ways bo. .in spito of anji action she
might take, a member of tlio Big
Thursday, November, 14.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall."
Convocation. Judgo C. S. Lobing
lor of 'tlio Phllllpino Islands. "Tho
Vnluo of tho Philliplnes.'
11 -MO Memorial Hall.
Pool ball rally.
11:00 ,i. m. Y. W. C. A. Rooms.
Noon mooting. Jean Sullivan.
7:15p. m. Armory.
Pershing Rifles modal drill.
8:00 p. m. Nebraska Hall, 210.
Pathological Club meets.
Friday, November 15.
11:00 a. in. Y. W. C. A. Rooms. '
Noon mooting. Dr. H. B. Ward.
Monday, November, 18.
Mid Bomester roports duo.
Tuesday, November 19.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation.. Hon. D. B. Thompson,
,U. S. Ambassador to Mexico.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall. .
Senior class meets.
Thursday, November 21.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Girl's Mass Meeting.
Saturday, December, 7..
Friday, December, 13.
No Minnesota Game.
Unfavorable roports aro being re
ceived from the Cornhuskers, and the
likelihood of a match botweon tho
girls' basketball team and Nebraska
is not probable though negotiations
awj still underway.
Engineering society SMOKER. All
engineers Invited. Saturday evening,
November 16. Acacia House, 121G
Found Bunch of three koys. Call
at Nobraskan office.
Miss A. E. Soukup dressmaking. '
Special attention given to studonts.
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Mntt's place Ppol and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Blovonth street.
Tlio best place to oat In town is at
D6us Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street."
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