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THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN
Y08T ON FOOTBALL.
(Continued from pago one.)
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for ovory (If toon wprds or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published froo.
Entorod at tho postofTluo at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3.
This will bo,, tho last Ibbuo of tho
Dally Nobraskan until after tho close
of vacation period, January 'G. Tho
regular Saturday Ibbuo would not reach
a groat number of tho local subscrl
bors, Inasmuch as many of them will
loave fluT city today and" early tomop
row. For those roaBons It has been de
cided .that tho Ibbuo of today should
nlnan tVirh dnrlna nnitvlncy flirt Into 1 Ort7
Evory face upon tho campUB reflects
the joy-of pleasures anticipated far'tho
noxt few weeks. Many have been
counting tho weeks, then tho days,
and now tho hours until tlfo Christmas
vacation should at length comoWTool
lng that tho Intervening tlmoAvduld
nover pass. But finally It haB, bear
ing witness to tho ultimate truth of
TTgld three-year competition rule was
pasBec tho number of games or each
team. was limited to five, training table
was abolished, and fall practice con
fined to,tho actual school year. This
mado western schools oven less at
tractive to wostorn athletes. It prom
ised a football playor a maximum of
but fifteen games during his entire
college courBO virtually about tho
number ho would play In ono BoaHon
as a member of any eastern eleven
and robbed him of the privilege of
representing his university at all for
more than three years.
"Tho full force of all IheBo restric
tions was experienced during tho sea
son of 1907. Not only had the Penn
sylvania eleven played In ten games
to Michigan's fivo, before the game
at Ann Arbor, but several of tho
Pennsylvania ' playors wore also en
joying t4 full fruits of 1905 and 1906
development that had not been ac
corded their western rivals. Tho
same condition would have prevailed
In any lrilersectlonal contest. That
tho west mado as good a showing as It
did In tho faco of such, odds Is tho
really remarkable phase of tho situa
St Louis University has scheduled
a gnme-with-Crelghton for next year.
As soon, however, as Cochems re
turns from the east Chicago, Vander-
Jjllt, Michigan, Carlisle, Western Uni
versity of Pennsylvania and others
will bo added to tho' list. Wabash
College will likely be dropped next
year, aB It Is not a school of very
much prominence in the west!
During tho Christmas vacation Prof.
Grove E. Barber will attend at Chi
cago, tho meetings of the Archaeolog-
Home For Him
Young Fellows bachelors, father
they all will appreciate the very
things you will find in ths men's store.
Things for his comfort practical and
novel In great" variety. Our sales
men wit courteously suggest which ,
may assist you in getting just the
thing you want and that which he will
Make highly appreciated gifts -for
either genlemen or lady and we show
now a very complete display of col
leges -east and West.
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We make a specialty of two rings; the DIAMOND SOLI
TAIRE ENGAGEMENT RING and the PLAIN GOUD WED
DING RING. The former binds the bargain and the latter ties
the knot. If you have the girl, we have the ring.
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tho old ndago that all things come to
him who waits. Nothing now remains
but to onjjoy to tho fullest extent
ovory Enjoyable detail of tho whole
' Tho. rest In Itself is highly impor
tant . to many and will no doubt bo
accoptablo wub well as beneficial to
all Tho strain incident to a long
continuous, mental effort makes many.-
feel tho absoluto necessity of regain
lng a part at least of tho old bodily
strength and vigor. Tho Daily' Nobras
kan takes this opportunity of , offering
its readers tho compliments ot tho
season, aoplng that tho holidays soon
to materialize, wllbrlng you all tho
ploasuro and happiness of 'your an
ticipation. And that at tho close of
this recess all will return refreshed.
In mind and body and In all ways
again equal to tho tasks imposed by
Twd scholarships for American
women aro being offered by tho
English" Universities corresponding to,
theJRhodes 'scholarships -for men. Each
scholarship entitles the holder to 300
pounds per year, and Is won .by taking
JhehoJeaQxa.mlnatlQns, in Latin;
Greek and Mathematics.
ical Institute of America, the Ameri
can Philological Association, and tho
committee of School of classical stud
ios in Rome.
Indiana University is taking, steps
to form an oratorical and debating
lenguo among the larger schools of
tho West. This organization would
bear tho "same relation to this work
that tho Conference Schools' do to ath
The Delta Delta: Delta sorority "of
Iowa City has built a $10,0j)0 house. It
raise $lu,000 for a "gym" to meet a
Is the flrstpf its kind to bo built in
Friday, December 20.
Christmas vacation begins 6:00 p..
' m., Friday, December 20, and ends
8:00 a. m., Monday, January 6.
Saturday, January 11.
Basket-ball, Muscatine vs. Nebras
ka. Informal dance.
Friday, January 17
Fraternity Hall Sophomore Jbtop.
Friday," January 31. ,
BaBkot-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Friday, February 21.
Eight of th'e nine justices of the su
preme court of tho United States aro
college men; seven of the. eight are
from denominational colleger
Wanted In vacation, a woman for
housohold work in our homo, to begin
soon. Rev. J. G. Thompson, 329 No.
lGth St. Auto 4139.
Lost Fountain peri, Finder please
leave at Nebraskan office and receive
Jewelry for Christmas, presents.
University Book Store.
Matt's placePool and clgars-r-oid
Heidelberg? 140 JNa Elovepth street
University Book Store.
, Dr. $has, Youngblut, dentist, 202
Bowling, Billiards, Pool and Cigars
Tho Finest Placo In tho West. 934. P Slroot
MEM MEN CANNON CO.
THE 'WW SMOKP HOIISf
Welcomes all students and invites you
to enjoy our Smoking and Reading
Room. It's a. pleasure to please. Try
"UNI" SMOKE HOUSE.
1132 O STREET
8 1320 N St., Llnooln, Nsb. ',
5 Got your shoes shlned by -5
Amorlo'an boys 'at jl
i COLE & NIcKENNA'S
5 P A LWL GARDEN '!;
3 1132 O" 1132 JO 'jj
The beat placo to eat In town Is at
Dons Oaf 9 114 So. Eleventh street.
Michigan will have Schultz, Was
mund, Casey, AJdorlco, Watklns, Lehr
and Featherstone as a .nucleus for a
team next year. Schultj will bp.the
1 Af TENTlbN, STUDENTS
The senior B. E.'s, of the Unlversi
ty of Illinois are makingvoh .extensive1
trip in tho east, taking in Now York,
Norfolk, Va., and 'other pqlnts.
7 ' OhaEBnofiitgri27 So. L2th,
Do you want to live and live right and at the same time live
cheap. . If so 'read this ad and get in line for next term.. We
will take twenty students, eltherTatirea or gentlemen to board, at
$3.25 per week and serve up the very best of everything. Make
application now for net term. Remember we guarantee satisfac
tion. ' ' " ,
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