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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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WILL BEAT QRINNELL BADLY.
MINNESOTA MUST BE ON GUARD
bfi Half Million
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Bold and drank from onr 20th Contury
Sanitary,.Sudn, Fountain season 1908.
Agency Huylern, Ounthors and Lown
oys Chocolates and Rontons.
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Chicago Authority Declares Nebraska
Has 8trong Aggregation and
Gophers Will Need to Pre
pare for Hard Battle.
that ho will be ablo to play against
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Every Loyal University 8tudent
is'-uraed to patronize these Ne-
braskan advertisers, and to men- l
tlon the paper while doing so.
The first artist to appear in Lincoln
under tho management of Howard
Hall, a young Lincoln man, will be
Charlotte Maco'nda, who will bo at tho
Temple theatre Saturday and Monday
nights. Young Hall Is acting as tho
local ImpreBsarlo. The first concert
will be managed as usual, tho second
being a benefit. Then folows a series
of splendid artist concerts, according
to prcsont plans. Mr. Hall has the
contracts with a majority of the art
ists signed and in hla pocket.
Nordlca is billed to come May 17
and 18. Dalmoros, tho French dra
matlo tenor of the Metropolitan, will
sing horo on route to Denver. Jeanno
Jomelll, who is now being praised as
tho greatest of sopranos, comos No
vember 14 and 16. Young Albert
Spalding will bo here Decomber 16
and 17. Spalding Is only 20 years old,
but ho handles the violin in a master
ly fashion. Mme. Langendorff, of tho
Metropolitan, will appear in recital
Junuary 0 and 21. Qermalno Schhltz
or, a brilliant young German pianist,
will como in February. Dr. Franklin
Lawson will appear here In recital in
March, and David Bisham, the great
ost of American singers, will appear in
the list, the date of his appearance
not being settled.
BANKS Central National; First
Trust and Savings.
BARBER SHOPS Green's Shops.
BATH HOUSE Chris', Eleventh and
BOOK STORES Co-Op; Porter's;
CIGARS Colo & McKenna; Wolfe &
CLEANERS Bluraon&fal; H. Smith;
CLOTHING Baker Pants Co.; Magee
& Doomor; Mayer Bros.; Palace
Clothing Co.; Spoler &Slmon.
DANCING ACADEMY Pitt's.
DENTISTS J. R. Davis; YoungbluL
DRY GOODS Herpolshelmer; Miller
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.; C. H.
FURNISHINGS Budd; Fulk; Magee
& Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Palace
Clothing Co.; Spelr & Simon.
HATTERS Budd; Fulk.
JEWELERS Hallett; Tucker.
LAUNDRIES Evans; Merchants.
PRINTERS Gborgo Bros.; Simmons.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch;
SHOES Bookman Bros.; Brainth
walte; Budd; Cincinnati Shoe Store;
SklRTS The "Skirt Store.
Maxine Elliott opened her season at
Daly's theatre, New York, Monday
night with a new play by Rachel
Crothers, entitled "Myself Bettlna,"
in which Miss Elliott mado her initial
nppearance In the role of a Salomo
dancer. TnlB, however, was an inci
dent to the -play wherein Bettina, an
opera singer, falls in love with a
clergyman and experiences many ante
nuptial disagreements, tho most im
portant of which arises from Bettlna's
rehearsal of a Salomo danco for a
church entertainment. Tho perform
ance elicited approval. Miss Elliott
was supported by Julian l'Estrange.
CHICAGO, 111., Oct 6. Minnesota
will tackle Ames on Saturday in what
should prove a hard game for the Go
phers. Last week Ames decisively de
feated Coe, 34 to 0. Coach WilliamB
used only simple plays in tho game
with Lawrence last Saturday and will
have hiB team better versed in the new
plays and the team work should be
more polished. Minnesota will have
to watch out for Nebraska this year,
as tho Cornhuskers havo a strong ag
gregation and play Minnesota one
week from Saturday, and from per
formances in the early games havo a
team which will bear watching. Ne
braska will play Grinnell Saturday and
this contest should prove on easy win
for CoIo'b team.
Purdue, which was bo decisively de
feated by Chicago last Saturday, will
play Earlham college at Lafayette and
the Boilermakers should win their first
football game in two years. While
Coach Speik has not the best of ma
terial for the new game, his team can
show a lot of Improvement and tho
game with Earlham should givd him
an opportunity to find out the true
worth of tho material. Purdue at pres
ent Is lamentably weak In offensive
and defensive play and they need
plenty of coaching to make a good
IlllnolB will meet Marquette college
of Milwaukee and the Orange and Blue
eleven Bhould give a better account of
themselves than last week in their
contest against Monmouth. If IlllnolB
cannot defeat Marquette decisively
and show signs of good football, they
cannot entertain hope of beating Chi
cago on October 17.
Michigan, reinforced by the return
of EmbB and. Casey, the giant linemen,
should havo an eaBy time with the
Michigan Aggies. Tho showing of the
Wnlvnrines in their first contest
against Case was a disappointment,
but Yost will have a strong team with
the return of these veterans and the
eleven should Improve greatly.
Iowa, another uncertainty in west
ern football ranks, will get Its first
real test with Coe college on Satur
day. Reports havo It that the Hawk-
eyes have valuable timber this season.
Walter H. Eckersall in Chicago
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 5. A brisk
twenty minute scrimmage, the first
this season, throw light on the work
of tho team becauso of tho absenco of
three regulars, Boyle, Messmer and
Moll. Osthoff at tackle showed up
well. Ho plowed big holes in the
scrubs' line and went over for tho
first touchdown after three minutes of
play. Mucklestono, right half, and
Wllco, center, got into every play.
Littlo Quarter Back Moll had to look
on wistfully from the Bide lines, Barry
saving him until ho recovers his
strength. Boyle has passed his exami
nation and was on tho field with Mess
mer and .Springer, taking his initial
workout. Cunningham's injury is
healing rapidly. He expects to be in
uniform the last of the week, but won't
be ready for hard work for some time.
The belief that former Coach Mc
Carthy could not stay out of tho fray
was substantiated tonight when "Mac"
took off his coat and gavo lessons in
passing the bail.
Wednesday, 7. Governor Charles
Hughes the Auditorium at 9
o'clock a. in. Nine o'clock classes
Thursday, 8. Convocation, Mr. Harold
Shellhorn, piano recital.
Sophomore claBS meeting in Memor
ial hall, 11:30 a. m.
German club meeting with Professor
Fossler, 1547 South Seventeenth
street, 8 p. m.
Friday 9. Informal dance at Fraterni
Saturday 10. Football, Nebraska vb.
Grinnell, at Antelope Park.
Tuesday 13. Convocation, Professor
Guernsey Jones, "The Olympic
October 20. Convocation, Dean Chas.
E. Fordyce, "The Teachers'
The Chicago Opera House, in Chi
cago, anqouncwRaymond Hitchcock
in "The lVQbund," to follow
Henry E JWjsHThe Devil" on
Sunday nlght.WRbbor 18. "Tho
Merry Go Round" is a musical revue
from tho Circle theatro, New York.
Vice-presidential Candidate James
Schoolcraft Sherman and Congress
man Nicholas Longworth wero -the
guests pf the University of Illinois
republican club at noon Wednesday, a
reception being tendered them at the
Y. M. C. A. house. Owing to the In
terference of class work and the rath
er inconvenient hour tho number of
students who greeted the visitors was
rather smaller than expected, but the
crowd was enthusiastic and the men
were well pleased with the cordiality
of the welcome given to them.
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THEATERS Lyric; Majestic; Oliver,
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Amherst entered upon its eighty
eighth year Thursday morning when
at eleven-thirty tho first chapel exer
cises were held. Once again the new
class outnumbered any of Us prode-
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 5. Or
rin Safford, center of tho University
of Minnesota football eleven, has been
elected captain of the team for this
Safford has been at the university
for three years, and two years ago was
choBen'by the majority of critics as
all western center, He Is popular at
the university and one of the best men
In western football.
Tho election took place af te"r the
Minnesota-Lawrence game Saturday,
but was not announced until today.
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Saturday morning President Harris
of Amherst announced the discontin
uance of hazing as a college custom.
This year tho flrat night of hazing
was marked by an accident which
brought the matter to a point." In an
attempt to escape from the sopho
mores, a freshman, fell on. a manhole
cover. , He suffered a fracture of tho
upper loft arm, and though this in
jury was not a direct result of haz
ing, it brought about the death of. the
CHAMPAIGN, 111., Oct. 5. That the
Maroons are strong but not unconquer
able was the message brought by
Coach Arthur Hall to his Illinois play
Hall gathered the Illinl about him on
the field and lectured long and earn
estly on Maroon tactics, passing out
brochures containing descriptions of
Stagg's strategies. Former Head
Coach Lowenthal Is billed to arrive to
morrow to take charge of the centers
and assist LIndgren with tho forwards.
As tho old center's training is strenu
ous, the candidates, Hull and Kimbal,
are girding themselves for a hard
Former Captain Lyon Gardiner, tho
long lost, appeared on Illinois field to
day and was enthusiastically received,
even if ho did not don a suit Gardi
ner is weak from a malarial illness
and the time of his recovery cannot
j be predicted. There is not much .hope
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