The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 12, 1907, Image 1

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VoL VH. No. 54. - . UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, INCOLN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, J907.
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GORNtlUSKER FEED
ANNUAL BANQUET TO FOOTBALL
l ''.-'.TEAM SATURDAY.
Innocents Have Mado Arrangements
For'Plerity of Good Food, Many
' Toasts' ajid Much Goo'd Music.
. The . annual Cornhuskor banquet,
tonderedrtoittio .football playors of- the
-Unlyereltyof-Nebraska by the patriots
'icBWenta;6fhl8;institutIo& will bo
givienat the iiiridBll hotel Saturday
,v;ening December ,A.
;Thfs tyear'p 'feast promises to be
;the bestMhat has been held, since the
icustom jot, banqueting the team was
ostatllshedf Tho Innocents, upon
wtiotfrtho,autyxf- getting-up the-nn-
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TEAMHA8 GONE:
Nebraska Team Left for Minnesota"
'Yestferday.
The Nebraska debating team .whlcti
will contest with Minnesota, loft yos:
terday afternoon at 4:30 on tho Burf
lington. A few of 'the 'enthusiasts
were at tho train to givo tho boys
a send-off and oxpress their woll
wlshes. Tho team arrived in Minne
sota at olght o'clock this morning, and
will thus havo plenty of time to rest
ujj before the debate.- ' '
The Iowa team arrived in Lincoln
this morning accompanied by one of
their professors. They are planning
to make the fight of their lives tomor
row night.
Tho judges at the Iowa-Nobraaka
debate will be:
Professor Isador Loeb.
Judge J. H. Quinn.
Hon. Bon. C. Taylor.
Tho judges at the Minnesota-Nebraska
debate will bo:
Judge A. J. Vinjo.
BASKET-BALL Q088IP.
The Cornhuskers Are Fast Rounding
Into Shape. , -
Considerable difficulty is being mot
with in the developing of tho basket
ball toam which Is to 'represent Ne
braska this year, owing to tho ab
sence of two star players, namely,
Mosor and Burriss, of tho Cornhuskor
five of last yean
Tho Boll brothers of last year's
team, are working out at guard and
are fixtures in their positions.
Of tho now men trying for tho
guard positions, perhaps tho most
promising is Porry of lasT yoar's
freshman team. Porry is doing good
work this season and Jsdevotoping
groal speed and acuracy in his thrown
ing.
Among tho other candidates"for tho
guard positions aro B. ATSchmld, a
substitute last year "
H. G. Schmidt and Long, a fresh'
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man, are showing up pretty well and
PUAY1HREE YfARS
A NEW RULING WHICH AFFECTS
GRADUATE 8TUDENTS.
The Conference Permits Graduates,
Who Have no Plavnri Thr'
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At its last meeting theX'BIfr Nino"
Conference changed italunit of paftlcl-
pation ruldso thatstudonts who tiave
taken"ir degree .tout havo not played
.three years oFiootball -may compete
for the fujlthroo years. This revi
sion of rule six will mako Matters and
Frumollglblo for .football next fall.
Both of theso men wll tako a degree
next spring and in case -they re-enter
the University next fall will be allowed
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nual feWrpsts, hayo ihis yearmado"
qlaborato preparations to insure tno
success of' the function. The toast
list Is. large and1 contains someof the
beBt wit in rthe. University.
"Sovurul of 'thu bcstinuslcianB intie-
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nocents feel certain that the music
pnd of the progranv Saturday will
please everybody prent Manager
Houyor of .the Llndell la charging tha
. hoy bjqpo dollar .qlatcutfor th'eood
find hcTsays it costs him more 'than
$han that and is worth at least one
dollar and a half. If, aftqr the ban-,
quot, anybody feels' that ho has not
had enough jto, eat, Mr, Houver says'
he, will feed them for a week. He de-
clarea oyry nian will get more han
his fill. " -y ' , ' ,
v'fWie Innocents who are selling the
lockets for the banquet have a few
ot t and wlshjto get rid tof.them before
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Tudgo A. "JTJPrult.
ProfesBor Scott. .
Professor Loeb is a pipfessor at tho
UniversltyfMissourlndT-one-df-tho
men Tnost prominently identified with
debating at that Institution.
CTftMrrHoniMt-ia.i.iiingiT in tnn
Seventeenth judicial district Ho is a
graduate, of the Collego of Law of the"
University of Wisconsin. Ho, has been
on tho bonph since 189. ': ,'
HontBen. 0. Taylor" of 'Mankato,-
"Mlnril, is the cltyattOTriey.and gradu
ated from the College of Law of the
University of MhmosqUf n i895.
When In college he .wasa well known
debater,
Judge A. J. "Vinjapf Superior, Wis.,
and Jud'go A. J.Frulb of La Crosso,
Wis., are federal circuit judges and
graduates of Ine, University of Wis
consin. .' -
' ProtessoiBcott Is able to-be a'satlo-
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yer.
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wlPvelopinc"good men. '""
The cent9rposltion Is causing the
greatest trouble and It is the" hardest
position''to fill. Anthes has been try
ing for this place all season, but is
-ineligible- thfe semester.
to participate In football "clurlng the
soason - ' .
Since the change in rthe participa
tion rule Matters has been oonsideredr
a strong candidate ' for the. captaincy
of-the-iOOS-oleyen. Before-graduates-
-''itoter-WAtotr& '" ipffitirlpatfy:
football team, Is tho most likely can
didate for tho center position. Wollor
played center 'on the. second team last
year and has fair knowldgo of tho
gamotj "Cixp;' ICiblghd Jioavy and 4s
jumping 'well in his poslion,' posWes
playing a fast all around game..
. RIchoy, r although .handicapped by
his lack of welgtit, Is playing good
ball at center. ' "" ,
' (Murphy, another candidate' for cen
ter who played good ball the. first of
tho seas6n has pot .been out for prac
tlco. lately 'oruaccount of injuries.
Por the forward position Walsh Is
tho oniy one .who has a "cinch" on his
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HarVfOy and Cooke, both Juniors, were
looked upon .as the only men having
chances of attaining the leadership of
next season's team The contest is ,
now regarded as three-cornered be
Iween- Harvey; LMatW re and ' - Cooke7
with ,chances equal.
The llinlt of participation rule,1 as
revised by the Conference colleges, ,1s
as follolvs: '' '
'No student shall participate In in- -.
tercollegiato "athletics for 'more than
three years In an aggregate; and any
member of a college team who plays'
during -any part of an Intercollegiate
contest does t thereby -prUcIpate In
(Continued on' page four.)
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