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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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LATE8T AND BE8T
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
G. R. WOLF fc CO.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND PIPES
119 North 11th SI., Lltlli Block
L. J. HER2QG
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
The finest work done and prices right
Call at our new store
1230 o St.
All makes routad with stanl
$3 Per Month.
Bargains In Eabuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto 1165-Bell ltBL 122 No. llth
Do Your Washing
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Subscribe for the Nobrasknn.
Chnpin Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Cameron's lunch counter, 123 So.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes. 1107
I. G. Von Forell. "08, is located at
Chester this year.
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Harry Porter, the School Supply
Man, 1123 O St.
Hugh Wallace, a former Nebraska
student, was on the campus yesterday.
Lost A Faber slide rule. Reward.
Gienn .Mason. Auto 4703. 22-3t
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Helen W. Anderson, '07, is percep
tress of a girls' school in Sherry, Min
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Suitorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Found Waterman's Ideal Fountain
Pen. Owner call at 110 Library Build
W. V. Hoagland, '95, law '90, was a
visitor on the university campus yes
i ne first examinations in the Amer
ican history department were given
Green's barber , shops, The Club
house and Colo-McKenna, 1132 O.
That's all. "
A. B. Chain was one of tho success-
We are sole agents for the
ful contestants for lnnd In the Tripp
county land drawing.
Alother's Dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St
Dean Bessoy delivered an uddress
at the Ames agricultural college at
Ames, Iowa, yesterday.
Joe D. Barry, '03, is practicing med
icine In Denver, nnd Is a member of
the county hospital staff.
Would gkc Nebraska.
If arrangements can be made Man
agor William RasmuHen will have one
of tho big Middle Western teams play
of the big middle western teams play
written to a well-Informed friend at
the University of Iowa, and thiB man
will assist in securing a, date with
some middle -western college.
From this distance Manager Ras
musen uas been unable to get com
plete schedules of all the big teams
in the Mississippl'valley on short no
tice. He does not know what ones, if
any, have the Thanksgiving date open.
The financial end of the plan 1b not
worrying the general manager great
ly, as he believes" such a team as the
University of Nebraska, If It could be
broug-i here, would be a drawing card
that would pay expenses. Pacific
Wave, University of Washington.
An unuBual Interest in girls athletics
"has been growing at Iowa State col
lege. A grand climav. is expected the
beginning of the class games in
hockey and basket ball this week.
There are to be no Intercollegiate
games this fall, Intenclass games 'be
AME8 TAKE8 DEFEAT fO HEART.
College Paper Tells of the Game With
A thunderbolt out of a clear sky
could not havo created moro aston
ishment at Amos than tho nowB that
Cornell had wrung a victory from tho
cyclones. The rumor Saturday night
was that Ames had won nn oaBy vic
tory by a lead of fifteen polntB. Con
sequently only the headlines of the
morning papers could convince tho be
wildered Btudent body that Cornoll had
really taken the 'varsity into camp.
Every dog haB IiIb day, nnd now
It Ih Cornell's opportunity to1 shout.
The usual batch of bear stories from
Alt. Vernon had awakoned little In
terest at Ajnes, for the modern tend
ency of .football dopo is to hide Just
as much of the truth as possible.
Coach Finger had had his team In
hiding all season, and tho work of
his men on Saturday entitles him to
n place In the first rank of Iowa
coaches. Iast year. Ames scratched
a Hubs and found n Tartar In tho gamo
with Cornell here, but few dreamed
that the little Alothodlst college on
the hill would bring out such a classy
team this year. A punter of gront
ability was uncovered Saturday, heady
play and tough defonBo backing him
up, and, as a result', the Champions
had to bow in defeat to an Iqwa team
for tho first time in three years.
Saturday was Buroly an off day for
the big teams of Iowa. Grinnell wont
down In defeat before the Crelghton
hiedlcal college at Omaha. Drako
could run up but nn insignificant score
against the light and easy Coo eleven.
S. U. I. got a tremendous Jolt at
Columbia, where the .Missouri Tigers
fought out a declslvo victory ovor tho
Old Gold. And Ames, peerless cham
pion of two years' stundlng, leaders
in llrst-clasB football, and ranking
with tho fastest teams In the wost,
had to lose to a heretofore second or
third rate college.
It Is many years since I. S. C. hns
sustained such a stinging defeat.
What will be the effect, on tho 'var
sity? Will it cause tho Cyclones to
lose heart, or to play out tho season
In listless fashion? By no means our
beBt friends are our enemies who
teach us our faults. Tho Cornoll
game was largely an accident, but It
has shown up tho weak points of our
team in better fashion than anything
celebrated Lewis Underwear. 6
on the market. $
to $10.00 a suit $
else could do. The only policy for
Ames now is to profit by the defeat,
win every other game of the season
with a dash and clean up the Cornell
team 100 to 0 next year. The eyes of
tho west Are on our school now and
at this critical time Ames must play
wisely and guardedly and drop all
over-confidence. Over-conlldence has
been tho Ames noodoo for many years
this, and a disposition to lose heart
at times when things go wrong. But
none of that for I. S. C. now. The
'varsity was caught asleep at the
switch, by an enemy wily and strong,
and It can maintain Its prestige only
by going in to win with a deathless
determination In every game of tho
year, no matter how .Insignificant or
how important. In the great brothor
hood which this institution represents
it is up to the student body to stand
by the team and cheer it on until this
unexpected and stinging, defeat Is for
gotten in a season of tremendous vic
tories. I. S. C. Student.
After several years of neglect and
banishment from the school basketball
will again flourish at the University
once- more flourish at the University
of Washington. Possibly it will this
winter again rise to the dignity of an
inter-collegiate sport. ome years
ago the game was an important fea
ture of the physical department's work.
Schedules were played with other uni
versities and dozens of students par
ticipate in tho practice. Elsewhere
basketball continued to maintain itself
in favor and to find new advocates.
But at Washington it was placed nder
a ban by Doctor Roller, who claimed
that it tended to detract from other
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