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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TITLE NOW IN SIGHT
Kansas Must Be Defeated
Will Have a Clear
and Then Nebraska
Claim To All
OTHER SCHOOLS OUT Of THE RACE
Cornhuskers and Jayhawkers Meet Next Saturday and former
Are favored to Win from Their Honorable Rivals
in fast and Hard fought Game Which
Will Settle Question
return to Lawronco with the ahort'erid
of tho score.
Nebraska Is becoming one of tho
greatest teams' in the west in the open
stylo of play, and 1b having great suc
cess with the forward paBS, as the
Ames gamo showed. In that struggle
tho Cornhuskers mado 160 yards to
27 for their opponents on the pass.
Unless KaneuB Improves wonderfully
during tho week Nebraska will proo
ubly repeat its performance of last
Manager Eager announced yester
day tlmt students could reserve seats
for tho Kansas gamo at tho treasur-
KansxiB now Is tho only team stand
ing between Nobraska and a clear
title to tho 1908 football championship
of tho Missouri valloy. Next Satur
day tho Jayhawkers will bo mot In
Lincoln nnd tho question Bottled. It
lookB as though the Cornhuskers
should have llttlo trouble In taking
Coach Kennedy's men Into camp thte
season, but the "dope" sometimes
goes wrong, and next Saturday may
bo ono of thoso occasions.
Amos, MiBBOurl, Iowa and Wash
burn have boon put out of tho run
ning for tho Missouri Valloy tltlo and
Kansas is tho only rival of tho Corn
boskerB that has not suffered defeat
so far this fall. Iowa lost to Missouri
and Nobraska, and Missouri loBt to
Ames. Last Saturday Amos, by sue
cumbjlng to tho Cornhuskors, and
Washburn, by losing to Kansas, fell
out of the race. Kansas made such
a good showing against thoWaBhbum
team that tho Jayhawker stock has
gone up several points since Satur
day. At First Were Weak.
Early In tho season and up until
a fow weeks ago tho Jayhawkers
looked to be real weak and did not
loom up ns possible claimants for the
championship. Coach Kennedy and
his assistants, howovor, worked hard
with their" men and put thom in good
have a good lino on many of tho No-'
iiruska plays, for their coaches have '
watched tho CornhuskorB at work In
three hard games and are woll ac-
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er's ofllce In the administration build
ing to-day, Wodnesday and Thursday.
Thursday night the seats will be taken
off sale and it will be Impossible to
any longer resorve them for twenty
It 1b probable that a rally for th
Kansas gamo will bo held Thursday.
At that time yells and songs will be
practiced for tho game.
Seats for tho Kansas gamo may be
reserved at the treasurer's office in
the Administration building today,
Wednesday and Thursday. Thursday
night thayseats will bo taken off sale
form. They have played good ball
during the last three weeks, and now
appear to be Btronger than last sea
son. Next Saturday tho mon from1 the
Sunflower state will como to Lincoln
pointed for tho game with tho Corn
huBkers and hopeful of winning. Thay
Kansas, Right Tackle.
ouainted with many of "King" Colo's
For three weeks they have been
drilled In special plays to use against
Nobraska on the offense and In forma
tions calculated to stop tho Corn
huskers on the offense. The Haskell
Indians, who mot Nobraska three
weeks ago, have worked with tho Jay
hawkers using Nebraska plays and
formations. -Tho Kansas coaches bo
llevo the lino they have secured on
Nebraska and the drill their men
have had will enable Kansas to sur
prise tho Cornhuskers Saturday.
"King" Colo, however, Is not sleep
ing on the job. Ho realizes that the
jayhawkers may show unexpected
strength and ho 1s going to bo pre
pared for a hard fight., This week he
' sending the CornhuskerB through
eomo plays deviBed and Saved up es
pecially for Coach Kennedy's merry
Land from Lawrence.
4 No Open Game Play.
KnnBas In all its games so far this
Beason has seomed to have been com
pletely outclassed in" the open gamo
style of play, and in this weakness
"Kln" Colo sees a good chance for
tho Cornhuskers to win. Against
Washburn Saturday the Jayhawker
did not use tho forward pass, while
their opponents employed It several
times for good gains. This shows
lhat tho Kansas players woro "not
coached up to Btop break up the for
ward pass plays. If this Is their con
dition when they come up to Lincoln
next Saturday they will bo sure to
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and no more reservations at twenty
five cents will bo made.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
.Green's barber shops, Th Club
house and Cole-McKenna, 1132 O.
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By my competitor. Afraid of me; would not let me
be a neighbor, also wanted my ads kept out of Col
lege papers or he would not advertise. I wanted part
of the Sterling Clothing building and offered my
money for rent and was refused, all because the shoe
store in that block, between twelfth and thirteenth,
south side, did not want competition. My competitor
can keep me off O Street in that block but be can not
keep me from giving the people shoes at the following
prices: (I hate to do this at this season of the year,
but I am compelled to.)
Biggest Shoe Bargains in the His
tory of Lincoln
$7.00, $6.50 and $6.00 Shoes for - - $4.95
$5.50 and $5.00 Shoes for - - - - $3.95
$4.50 and $4.00 Shoes for ... $3.45
This is no old Junk, but all this season's fresh goods
Shoe Fitter to Men
133 Squth 13th Street
The man who made it possible for you to buy shoes at legitimate prdfits
We Want Your Coal Orders.
Give Us a Trial Order.
1106 O Street Auto 3228 Ball 234
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