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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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Nebraska, as soeond-class mall matter
under the Act of, Congress -of 'March S.
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THE CONFERENCE AND NE
' - "BRASKA. "
' , A great deal has" been said the past
$ow days in regard to, Nebraska and'
'the Big Nine' Conference. The sub-,
Ject Is one of 'Interest tothe students
generally 'because much dbpends upon
'the disposition of this question The
position of Nebraska is unique, espe-
ciuuy- Binco uno recent uuort to organ
ize a, Missouri Valley Conference to
' consist of those schools in the region
'named. If this arrangement is made
vNebraska will stand alone, being, as
'ibis, outsldo of the Big Nine Confer-
' onceSvfc tho present time and entirely
unlikely to enter the Missouri Valley;
coalition In tho future. It would
seem that we were to ,be left decld
...edly. .out in, thelciald-unloss some ac
; The rules that are most strenuous
ly opposed lay J:Ho CornlWsker authori
ties are thsejn. regard to the train
ing table, thd ' thrqyear Clause and
the Thanksgiving game. There Is but
little can be urged against the prac
tice qf maintaining a training table
for the men during the football 'flea-
eon and a very great jdeal could be
said in support of the same. The
main point is flrst that during ihis
strenuous' .fferlbd tho men receive 'thd
proper food 'and' tinder the iprdper sui
porvlslon of, the coach if ithere is a
training table. Further, than this, ly
association a spirit of unity is' un
questionably aroused which is essen
tially' Important, and, whjch would ;bo
largely held"in abeyance -iif 'tills -oppofc:
tunity for close and continuous asso
ciation should be denied. These fea
tures, in the experience of Nebraska
football authorities, nro worthy of
grave consideration and should be
duly Weighed before bolng definitely
As to .the. eligibility 'clause, Nehras'
ka'has been at nil times willing to
concede these requirements and has
had no difficulty when such conces
sions were made. This is not a seri
ous difficulty; ais! ...between Nebraska
and the Conference schools because
such a requirement is one that has a
decided tendency to .maintain a high
standard of. "scholarly attainment
among the participants and is so rec
ognized by all. The'"flhal questibn is
as to the Thanksgiving daygamo and
the financial importance (hereof. It
is not sordid nor an evidence of a
spirit of commercialism on the part
of (the authorities in giving this sub
ject due consideration, but is, on the
other hand, plain common sense. And
further, if this point is indefinitely
disregarded the final-voutcorae would
unquestionably be no football at Ne
In all the years ;oif -oiybuyjiio; $ sej?
- ing Clothing I have never had such
: Aanlegant; JJne of JBlacH Blue
t HSuits. In STYLES WORKMANSHIP
, and PIT Ihey are as near- perfect as
human hands can produce.
To Kmmp From
I hsv ssns nouh not to make ordinary discounts. I know
when I'm up against It. Opsn winter, no cold weather, finan
cial panic, p Know whan I want money and how to getxlt.
$10.00 Overcoats, $5.00; Winter Cap, $1.50 ones 76c,
$1.00 ones 50c; 75c ones 38c; 50c ones 25c. Broken lines
Underwear, Way's MuffleU, 50c kind 25c; 75c kind 38c; ;
14 to 1-3 off on Underwoar, Gloves,
t Flannel Shirts and Mnfflors
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
- WHY PY MORE?
!fli Not only aire thge suits, ih"
eluded in our ' Special Sale but
Ae saftieT expert care is giyen to
the smallest detail regat ding Fitv
H..L Farquhar, Clothier,
. " tiori la taken which would "result in an
'alliance, with . either the one or the
, '.other conference. Michigan has defl
'liKely signified her intention of qulty
:'.Titing;the "BlgtJlne," and this she can.
.dp without serious difficulty becaus
y .of her ability to gdt games with tho
, ".big eastern schoolB to take the place
of 'the ones she. loses. But Nebraska
; has no place to look for games except
"Jwith the schools in the ."Big Nine'
-"" ; ''Jtliasourl Valiey and, the West, jn-the
,- p)aj8t, "aa outsiders, there has" been
,';but, little trouble experienced in get
m'iing a very satisfactory schedule and
' 'T!: is pogsibl,' btit not, however, prob-
However, the prime object
of the Athletic Board Is not to make
football a money-making scheme only
insofar as Is necessary to support
those branches of athletics which are
not self-supporting. Further than this,
.finances are not a consideration.
It, would seem-that Nebraska under
'the existing .circumstances ofher en
Vlronment could not- accede to tnls re
quirement. AncTasto the othec .points
or difference.it might be possible that
different rules be substituted ip take
the place of ithe present 'ones. How
ever, the precipitation -of this discus
sion at this time is .due .to Michigan's
abie; that this, condition wijl tjqntlnue action and not to the fact that ,Ne-.
braska has oven aa yet beeti 'asked
to join tho Conference Nor could
such invitation be extended until the
next meeting of the Conference in.
UNIVERSITY BULLETIN, .
Tuesday, January 21.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation Chancellor E. Bonj.
Andrews, "Our Bright Political
Friday, January 24. i
Sophomoro Leap Year Informal.
Saturday, e February 1.
BaBket-.ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Frlda, February 21.
Junior Prom. '
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. KansaB.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Lost Fob and gold locket, with
Phi Kappa Psi mounting, between
1536 'P street and University campus.
G.K.JUCAGI & BROS,
Brsrybedyfai cordially In-
tttsd to bsll and inspect
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