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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1908)
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TO GET INTO
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Icrcnce Rules Prohibit the
andfLtmittlNumkr.pr Football GomcSAio rPive
With no Contest oh'ThaiiksgiviM Day .
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jof the National Football '"Rufca
I Nthnika'f lolnlna the ."Big
Nine" under the present,. cWfer-
ence Rule.." 'wW,Jf
Caotain John Worklzer (Preel
braaka will have to live up to all
ff the "110 Nine" Mef.ajn4ilrbe.
W. ueve ene ougnxxo, oio'iiPH1." '
m'im have a voice In making those
dent of Athletjc; Board)J-r"lf Ne-.
Erl-Eager (Manager of -Atn.. m
leUe)-.M-can wH-xayr.poItJ viy s
new that I would favor Nebras-
- t4hr!rhye kjWnv tHoUghlt-J
would be a good thing." w;
.jitlM)''tJritlll; learn, more ;defl-
"Big Nine" toward Nebraska, I
0 cannot 'make any atatement of w
Nine'' lf Nebraska
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A..v....t Nebraska ."-v4 ' w
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Indiana? ?r .v
'Northwestern, j -1
Conference' , tys-.w
urea Nebraska Would have "to ob'
jj ,Mfl. ' -, ,. ,; . ' ,. ubi" !
.serve enouia-spe emirxne : oig t
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& Graduate rule, prohibiting play- 4t
Jng of graduate atuifenU.- . ' ,
i Five game rule, limiting foot-
ball schedule to five games,
Training rule, prohibiting the
maintenance of a football train- $
, . , , ,,
.vThankaglvIng game rule,f. pre-
hlbltlng football flames on
ThaiikHIno Day. l ,r ' ;
if ';' .. . ;,J-,
- nAdmselpn; rule, limiting pr'ce ,
of tickets fer students to ath
letlo eenteeta to fjfty cents,
k ' k lt st 4a eaV 4a 'aC e. .sC' aa ife .feL ac? 4a A taC
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ft ""'Th University 'of .Nebraska, will'
be asked to replace Michigan In the
Ifcstern C5onference." ,
' fiuch Is the stan)eotjmbllshedla.
two Ohicajgo paperilhe Reoord-IIer-tald"
andfffe Tribune .yesteVday as
1 eomlar. froat a vgradui! iteciber 6f
e "Hig Nine" committee 'Nblnvita-J
w BIG NINE."
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Playiijg of Graduate Stvden
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tTon- has-been extondod tna Ckrniiusl
.r ' t3: . ."M -i'V f ' .-
ere yet to cast their 'lot with the Oorf
fei;kce chodlja; biit thoj j'BIg Nine);
roJpreaentatlvGsayB'"lt'la a certainty!
(that Nebraska will he asked to ontotS
If they decide to accept the lnvtuH
tfon, hQaySithe Cornhuskers will be:
school's. ' !'
If Nebraska consents to join the
'!BIg JNlne" Bho,, willrhave Jpadoptj
,itle. ,eroncjellglbylty codej'whlcji
never hwn; observed? here. OThe '!Bl)s
Nino "rules allow ay scnedtiie ot only,
flyo football games and prohibit th,e
playlngf.6fl;.;graduato students, and
freshmen. 1 1
Nebraska. hasnsadQ, severalapplU
itlons for- admission.'- tb7 theConfer
!enco but the-last" twoyearsrdld'nol
(fleek"toigefr In; 'the sentiment hqre 'be
ing against' entering the organization
under ttior present rules. .
"TTfae, 'dornhuskersT 4iavej met several
'Big- Nine" schools, , In different
branches; ofthletlcs In vrecent years
and have usually pnbved, themselves
"bigger" thananyot the scHools with
the exception of Minnesota, Chicago,
Michigan and Wisconsin To 'these
four exceptions Nebraska, has always
proved a worthy "foe., ', r
Several men, prominent, in athletic
affairs at Nebraska are divided on
the , advisability of Joining the-C6n-feVenco.
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When jhtorvibwed- last night, Dr.
Lees Bald hewoui'd not? be in favor
of Nebraska's entering the "Big
Nine" under, the ., present stringent
rules of the Conference. The meas
ures that caused ' Michigan to with:
draw are the onoshe, believes that
should keop,J Nebraska .from entering
Captain ( Worklzer said that Ne
braska, would" eventually foe- forced
to obey the 'Conference .rules and such
being .the case;, ho would favor her ac
cepting an invitation to enter the "tBIg
Nine:'.' Ho said that some "of tihe
Conference rules, in .his opion,," wore
far -too stringent and ought' to be
'Manager Eager, who- ,iaa4. Law
rence, said he would not say definite-'
ly whether 'he fwonld'tavpr1 entering
the Conerence.'? THe 1 saldi he "might
ibe favorable to it undpr .certain ;con
dltlons. Dr. Clapp, who is at Lkwyence "would
not make any definite statement in re
gard to his attitude.
' The Itecord:Horald yesterday rcori
tained the following arUcle regarding
the admissiondk Nebraska Jfo'theftBlg
Nine: t x. ,,5,r.-;'v - - . xzf
Tho Uniyerslty of Michigan out and
.thbBlverslty rTebrska;i; That
will probably be the flial farfaaigement;
of the difficulties- of the conference.
Announcement was made yesterday by'
a memberofe gTaduaWlcbmfereBce
committee that the TJiiverslty-bt Ne"
braska would probably 'come into the
conference-body to make'un the "bl
pine" to. its former numerical streogth.
There is small question that the west
ernera will be taken Into the fold ac
.cofdlng to thelaiemberiMhey make
application again to' the conference
Nebraska was?tttnied dpWMby-tlw con.
feretioe offl&aW oei tkVocojurioap( the
last'' request because IbIbV' members
HW -a, .V('i VSfiJ 1 i S .HOT.
3'orp, all that the conference ca
avS1'deaIIiik8With! ",h u.u
'Thife alunimi's gavo'-it-aahis bplnM
that .Nebraska wohW. bojiwploomed
Wjl.th ppen.armsby tte confqfpncony
serious oh Joctiohs which, member's ot
the ebfafirefffc'DodhiayfhaVtiad be
fore? regarding the 'distance 'to Lincoln
ttp. meet the Cprnhuskers. and. jth, idea
oMottingdown the, bars, to one' ot tho
dutslders and' not to bthorff Have tieel
,8'wbpt aeldo W the actloti'oMhor Mlckl-
gsn authorlues; vr r ,.j y .i.i
..Nebraska. .while, hot to bo. comDared
wiUi Michigan in the' "hlatter pt ath"-
louu iviauiD, vruuiu "buii uvv uu- uibs
uponi.tho ,conf e'reacs v Nebraska has
mot Minnesota Wisconsin, apd CbQago.
on , the , grldlf orit. and Uio .boys from' tho
West have shown that,Bonie daj?-they'
are to bo a factor In western athletics.
- At present Nebraska Jb a moinbor. pf
an athletic organization ..which com
prises MlsBoUrrstatdr Washington Uhi
veVsIty 5f'Si Lbuls-ahd dhe or1 two;
others. Too alumnus-idd-not think, that
Nebraska would ,turn down a chanco to
ioin the conference, no matter' what
afi'angement it has -with the' other
schools mentioned." . -r
Tho addition of Nebraska to. the con
ference would ' be pleaslngr to ' Chica
go, and undoubtedly to all of the con
ference 'colleges. Nebraska has" ob
served most of the conference regula
tions, but on bolngrerusd admission
on its last .'request 'refused to send
teams to the "big nine" track, meets J
the past two years: .
iThe Tribune published the, foilowisg
account of the subject r
Michigan's place in tho "big nine"
p'fobably;lwill J)efllled -by Nebraska.
For years thei Cornhuskers. have been
striving to work their way into con
ference company.' and at the next
sontaUves they mayio received .imto
the body.! So declared a local "big
nine" official from an Indiana lnsiitu
, "Since rthVAnrii?Arbor' bolrdtof;,con?
trol took; the decided step "which sever
ed its -xelaUons with the "big nine.'
both, officially and athleUoalUrT-wsstsra
college men have, wondered Hthe or-(
gattizauon '-wo.uid become.vthe "big,
It was believed generally only eight
universities would grace theorganiza-
tioh. : " ltr ' v 'U
. It "isiiow' a'ertalnty? however, that
Nebraska will be invited to Join its
fortunes with those, of thecoaference
schools, providing Nebraska is willing
to giyo up 'its, own eligibility code; and
adopt the thred'year and various-other
refqrm ,-measuresi - Th,erje .isflmiya
bare possibility that it will not be 'will
lrig Wltcceptnhe "Iflrltitldffiv ---rf'
last June a Nebraska representative
had appeared regularly for many meet
ings to present his schobl's . desire to
become a. member of tho conference
group, but, 'seeing- that there was little
possibility vof an entrance, into the body
on this occasion, no formal application
Nebraska played Minnesota a close
game last-fall and the year before met
Chicago, in the concluding game of
the Maroons' 'schedule. t has' played
conference', football and Jbaseball for
several years andhas been fosal to be
as strong as the average member of
the "big nine,"
Cprnhuskers Win Basket all
, by tcere of 20 te. 17.
LAWRENCE Kas. (Special to the
Dally Neb raskan) Nebraska defeat
ed Kansas here .tonight by the score
of 20 to 17, At the" end of the .first
half the score stood 9 to 5 in favor of
the visitors. Only once during the
game was Kansas ia the lead. The
Nebraska five played a, brilliant game.
Last night, the Cornhuskers defeat
ed Washburn College ato-Si. ' The
Cornhuskers will play Kaisas again
tonight. - -
Tour oar fare rouM pay for. a mice
lunch .at The Boetom Lach. Why go
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iffoHlSiwf. JO, DETEIlK
l iv iiiflh -u ' aum wtfM5?f
eiVe?f MltersUf-'i 99) 1 Cemh'uektr
Wllteekte Qathee (Mahytta- '
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r-, i,U'ft '?,!(('' . .l' M, M?
The questlon-'asoto'who is' themo6
1k&inilta' MnoinhiTm aamY
'..beVutlfuligirl-jn the "XJiereJ(ty f R.;.iri
which every man in the Junior iad
'Senior classes willf have a voice. Thev
editors of the 1908" Cofhhusker -have
rchargo of the contest and are; Issuing
voting blanks to the 'members of the
upper classes. Those' ballots maybe
obtained at the Oornhusker ofllce now;
The editors of tho: Annual expect
to witness the Appearance of many
new hats, and dresses on the camp!,
during the next 4wo weeks while1 the
contest is in progress. Yesterday
inbrnlhg a few girls were fold- of "the
beauty contest and in the aftemobm
whon those co-eds. returned from din
her a.changoT.was noticeable latfcie1r
appearance: They were wearing their,
hair in newetyles and lt.fwas easy to
visited, by the' (powder punv !
i Boys, the- edkors sky, may expect
tocseethelrglrlslooklBg. their . pret-
Besldeg'the aaestk o'CwhosTthe
Tbest lpoklhg girl," the Cornhuskerr it.
asking several other pertinent .queries
In an 'effort ,to keta.'generfl,' stodesJl'
opinion on several, importeat subjects
.dealtag wlthUniversityHfe.' The de
clsionon the-girl question and J the
others 111 be puWished in the' annual"
next epring. 1
'Here are some of the questions that
are being asked 1hVv students an1
which 'are; printed ontne ,votin:
blanks1 nat Wre being dlstrlbuW at
" "'y$at",'is- your favprko exercise? "V
v What are your poiltica? ,
Who is 'your favorite processor? '''
Wh'b is, in youroplnlori' toe "mean
est pitofessor? ,,: ''"
Dp you read the dally papersf
Which onb? ' '
Dov Vouv expect' to "niarryl
eoonT t . . ';' iyr
Do you favor co-education?,' .'. J''
What is your annual yearly t ex-
pense? - ' ' y
How 'often do you attend sbows at
the Oliver? At the Lyric? ' ''
If not yourself, who wotitd yoa' like
to be? ,'r.-,it
Did yon ever fail ia eiy -tdy?
What its the beet tais about the
TJHlversity? ' ,' ; ', '?"
' What is the most despioabie' th4s
bout' the University? - - -.f
What H the' University1 . greatest
i4 'VTh'ai is yort.fr)dte tobok? V . '
'Do'you thiak the frateratles 'are a
beoett pr a, riasesto tht-Umitefi
mnj n iweiwi j7r vrway HIT
f aWre koe?v fWay? . "
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