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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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I'nlfl PROPEIltY 6f
THE UNIVEnSWY Of NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHEO EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
Publication Olflci, 126 No. 14th St.
Itbr .-........ ...... Glyda E. Elliott, '09
..anaolng Editor... Herbert W. Potter, '10
Neyva Editor...., Lynn Lloyd, Ml
Aaioolata Editor Victor Smith, '11
Manager aeorgo M. Wallace, '10
Circulation J. Roy Smith, '09
,iat. "Manager Earl Campbell, '10
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES wlli bo charged
for at -the rato of 10 oorits per Inaortlon
for ovory flftoon wordB or fraction thoroof.
Faculty iiotldos and Unlvoralty bullotlna
will Kindly bo published froo.
EhVcrcu at tho poatomco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, no socond-claBH mall matter
under tho Act of ConRrcnB of March 3,
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. piIDAY, N0VI9Mft$Il 13. 1008.
Nebraska can beeomo tho undisputed
ohttHHons of tho MlHsourl valley by
(iirorldng 'KahtinB In tho annual gamo
toTiiorrow nftornoon. It will then bo
tho only tetihl In tho "Big Sovon" that
lirfu Hot bowod Ub hoad In defeat this
stfason'f It will have dofoatod throo
of'ttto four Btrongost olovons In tho
JjibraBka and KanBUB aro tho only
teams iw tho loaguo tjiat have not loat
a gtinio. NobraBka ban played two con
foronco gnmpa and won both; Kansas
blH played H0 conferoncp gamo and
bap, wqn IL Missouri dofoatod Iowa,
W- JpflJ; t. AW108- Am0B tfcqn WB ?'
foafejl by NobraBka. Qrako and WaBbV
llJgtflnV ...Uf9. Qty01' two chfprpncp
teniB, Jppt b Missouri and Kansas re-
If KanBas. Bhoujd win froni Nobraaka
tpmorrow tho cbfmiplpnshlD problem
wpljf BtVjj rpniain unsettled. It would
then be posipio for throo teams to bo
come ''claimants for hb promlor hon
orB. Kansas after playing tho Corn
huBkors haB yot to meet Missouri and
tKi? "snow'-mb1 piayorB, by defeating
ttfo' JawhawHorB would put 'thomaolVfea,
Nebr&ska alitl KatlbaB on Pqual ground.
Nebraska tyduidh"aVehumblod tnd con
(jueVdB of KatlfiaSj'KanBas would Itavo
defeated' NobraBka, and In turn Mis
6url "would havo crushed tho conquer
ors of tho Gornhuskors.
Thi 1$ tho situation that 1b likely
' Shoe bgaineBB increasing by leaps
B ftl.HH KH fellow paying the
. V 'VPf V prices and my shoes
iwii. fi iO(f n . "Ink re'ajly suit SETTER.. No old stock.
1141, ,0. Two Stools I4I&0.
to develop ir Nebraska loses out to
It' hardly aoemB ljkoly, that "King"
Colo'B VpVoratiB of four grueling games
will Iob6 t:o tho men from the sunflow
er state. Td tho Nobraslta rooters It
seems1 practically impossible that such
a thing should 'occur. Tho Cornhusk
ers look ad though thoy coufd defoat
any team In tbo west, and they aro
vory confident that thoy can take tho
moasuro of Coach Kennedy's honorablo
uunch pf "Rockchalk" players. But It
Is Just this spirit of confidence that
often proyps fata) to a .strong foqtball
team, and p mjgbt be tnp case Jn tho
Kansas gamo. T,e ponfldopce of Ne
braska mlgt b.o the cn,uso of its bojng
defeated, for Jt Is po different from any
In tbo Harvard-Carlisle game last
Saturday, it wop that ovpr-pqnfldont
spirit which Jp4 to jtho dpwnfall of tho
injef)ty Indians. It was the same
feeljng. thai brouglit grlof to to Jo)ya
pesi9. (a4 f&py'vp ot tho to1
W& !! $p w.Bft, Ib poaspn) won
they playecj that HUe p(i$f) of . Cor
nell. TJiey 'thought thoy had a "cinch,"
bHTHVaa''walic little "Cornell" that
ha tho gamo "cllnchpd."
K VKIng', ,Coo and his nupljs spuld
guard' against this 'fataF over-fconfl-
5'pApo.lo-1 meeting the ixayhawkors.
Thoy noyer send a weak teUm against
NobraBka. No matter how poorly they
may play at tho boginning of the sea
non. thoy always Wlo to NobraBka
with n frong bunch ty matorlal. Thla
is Ijio pajo jhls Bpnijon.
For a full month Coaches Kennedy
and Mobbq havo been pointing (no Jay
hawkei'H for tnlB great gnmo tomorrow.
Thoy havo not cared about other en
counters. This game with NobraBka
Is tho ono that thoy want to win, ahd
tho one they fool that thoy are going
to win. Coach Kennody haB watched
tho CornlnfflkorH In notion In tho last
three gnmoH In wnich thoy havo plnyod
and ho known ovoi'y play that wan
Hprung at MlnncHotu, Iowa, and Amen.
No team could bo bettor prepared for
Nebraska than Kansas when It walks
out on tho gridiron at Antelope pur'
BoHldos i.nvlng tho Nebraska playB
"down pat," It will also havo a large
roportolro of new plays to uso on tho
offenso against tho Cornhuskors. It
win bo ready to tako advantago nt any
weaknoBB that tho ('ornhuskorB havo
shown this season and will bo able to
play tho ..anient kind of n game. Somo
llttlo slip or fumble on tho part of tho
Cornhuskors 'may loso the gnmo.
Tho only way to bo suro of dofeating
Kansas is for tho Cornhuskors to go
Into tho game tomorrow prepared to
light Just as hard as It did at Omana
last week. Kansas' Is not going to bo
oaay to dofcat. Nobrnska will havo
to play the best kind of a game In
order to win.
Junior Infprmal Report.
Tio following report under the date
of Qctober 24, 1)08, was made by
Chairman V. II. nurlcjgh pf tho
Junior Informal part committee was
nuidp to Prof. Grove B. Barber, chair
man of the students' organization
committee. It was approved:
Twonty-Bovon tlckots, nt 75
Paid at door 16.00
Total receJptB $35.25
Rent of hall 8.00
Programs and tlckots 6.50
Total expenses $34 . 50
Turned 'over to 'clhsB treasurer. .75
W. H. HURLEIQH,
GROVE K. BARBER,
Chairman Students Organiza
LIVING "H" AT KAN8A8 GAME.
Rooters Will Wear Hats and Gowns
To Delineate- Letter.
The living "N" which made such a
hit in the rooting section at tho Ames
gamo last season will bo formed by
rooters at tho Kansas gamo tomorrow.
Caps and gowns will be worn as last
year. Jt will be nocoesary tp have bx
ty students wear those gowns and the
management of the affair dpslrps that
a sUfllclont number or rooters be se
cured before tomorrow. Tho gowns
and caps will be distributed at tho
Dally Nobraskan olllce ot pup o'clock
Saturday afternoon. Students who
will wear tho gowns con got them at
that tlmo. That the management mav
know how many men can bo depended
uppp to tako part jn making up this
"N" It is urged that pudpnta who ip
tehd to wear gown a leave their names
at the Dally Ndhraskan ofllco today.
THE 8ENIOR PROM JANUARY 22
Be Held In the New Annex of.
the .Lincoln Hotel.
The date pf ffio Senior Prom had
been pot for January 2i, 1909. 'It will
tako place In the new annex of thy
JMncoJo hotel. It will be formal this
seaBOn ahd nn effort will bo put forth
to niakp.lt the best fpurth.year done
oypreld At'NoaB. "
Tlio nqw' annpje lwji pe pxtepslypjy
decorated,. Abbot's augnpntod or-
uivpnu ui iivu' uuaiiiuiiui nieces win
furnish ho 'music: v
MM NEAR LECTURE
TH 8TEREOPTICAN YJPW8,
PRAISES NEBRASKA E0RESTERS
DI8CU8BCB the Wonderful Increase In
Use of Minerals and the Need
of Care for Their Pres
ervation. In tho Tomple last evening Mr. Hall
of tho United Statos forost service
spoke to a large audience on .the sub
ject "Conservation of Natural Re
sources." The Tomplo music room was
1)1 led to ovortlow and gave Mr. Hall
the closest attention possible under
the circumstances. Mr. Hall illustrat
ed his lecture with stercoptlcan vIowb,
showing as fully as possible the result
of careless uso of our nntural re
sources. Mr. Hnll spoke In pnrt ns
"Bofore I commence the talk which
has beon announced for this evening
I wIbIi to say a word about the for
esters from tho University df Nebras
ka with vhom I have como In contact.
Your school of forestry has not beon
organized vory long, and not many
foroators havo gone into active wprk,
but tjdso who have have made gooc).
I havo worked with thorn and they
are' as good as the forostors from any
of the eastern schools.
Makes Great Inventory.
"Tho United States forest service is
now engaged In making the greatest
IpvOnlory of property wbjph baa eyor'
bpop made. II Is, a work of great
magnltuiQ tp discover thp.valup of ho
natural resources of tfio Unjled Spates,
"In recent years tporp Ijas been a
mnrvclous Increase In to pumper pf
materials taken from tfte carta. It
was pot very long ago In tho history
of mankind whon only a very HtUo
Irpp was used pach year, at most not
more than a fpw popnds a year. Now
we use over GOO pounds every year Por
person. Tho consumption of coal has
Increased twenty times per person
during the last Hfty ypars.
Development of Power.
"The greatest change In the lapt
foW years was made possible when to
Iron and coal waB addod the Intellect
of man. This made possible tho won
derful development of power which
p )ajt few -years, have witnessed
"Vltjj ojjr tromdqdpus doypjopnient'
)g8 pomp the exhaustion of qur mptal
puppjy, and we can see tbo time fip
prbnphlpg wpn our materials can
only obtained at greater expense and
then only a poorer quality.
'Vpod is the piost common material
used by man, and also the cheapest.
Fpr this reason It has been rapidly
used and wasted. The great forest
llres which have occurred recently
have destroyed a million dollars worth
bf fbrestB a day.
"Foists are not only valuable for
tho wood, bdt thoy aro Important in
the regulation of streams. Forests act
as a blanket on tie 'watershed and
overcome the conditions which mako
for rapid flow. Since tho forests fmve
been cut off there has been a great
increase in the number of floods and
the soil has bepn wnshed frOm the
bare bill sides."
PI PHI HOU.8E WAB ROBBED.
Burglars Make Off With 8ilverware
Sometime during tho night, Wed
5P8fe rppbpra pnjered the PI phi
houBp and secured a quantity 9 pilyer
"waro and a gold Tyatch. E3vidently the
robber Bcorned'jelry antl'otho'r val
uablos, Blnco all' that war taken was
8P99RB, P.nPi?. te Pn? Pft e
populnr co-eds of tho sorority.
At an early hour in 'tho morning
pno of the girls ws awakened, by a
masculine trgad. Sho promptly rgavo 1
tno oiurm but-tip-robber fvapiabod 1
ase. -1 '-
bn the, case
Of? course, if you' have mon-
ey to burn, burn it
But if money is an object to you buy
your Winter Suit and Overcoat here.
$15, $18 or $20
BUYS THE BEST
opeier cfe oimon
We Save You Money
NORTHEAST CORNER TENTH AND O STREETS
READY FOR OLYMPICS.
(Continued from Page 1)
McCutcheon, Jt. H. Murphy, IS. C. John
son, Cole. Boutpn, "BUI" Johnson,
Campbell, Meyer. Baker, Wangorln,
Hpgp, Nelson, Howard, Bigger, J. R.
Smltji, Weller, McCnlli Greepsllt. and
will be a tola) of nlnety-nlno
points, bo that there is no possibility
of a tie, divided as follows:
Wrestlipg nIuj boxing. 5 points "for
each event; Maiathon race, 10, 5, 3
and 1, four places counting; tug of
war, 15 points; battle royal. 36 point
The duties of the ofllclals are as fol
lows: The entire contest is tp bo left in
tbe hands of the upper classmen. The
ofllclal tjmokeeper. shall be a member
of the faculty All ofllclajs except
IJpeBmen Bnnll report berore 9 a. m.,
and all linesmen not later than 10
a. m. Linesmen will be distributed
equally, half junlorB and half senlprs,
behind each Mnb and will seothat
every man" pulled across the line Is
takep tp the rear and kept out ol tha
fight till each ten minutes 1b up. The
chef umpire of each side will see
that every man contesting will wear
colors, Bcarlet for the sophs and
cream for the freshmen, and will see
that when the pistol is tired at the
end of each bput that 'no more mon
ure carried back, and shall also make
a careful count of those behind the
line and 'report Ihe same to hoad ref
eree and Judge.
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Gun Metal Calf - n
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$MP mi HPb
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more y uess
133 So. 13lhSU Lincoln, Neb.
AH Pstca rented wlt' Htfflrt
$3 Per wjpnth, '., ,
Carnlos In Bsbullt Uaoolae.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
PITTS' DUNGING SCHOOL
SOCIAL EVENINGS " ' ' '"; '
Mondays and Frjdjfcy
Beginner' Classes' Wed. k 0ty
Private Lstons by Appolapt
l?4 N Strept Aup 4OJ9
THE UN) SMOKE HOUSE
WolcomoH tell Bfadonta.
d o fifr,C and Bilvor Latter
BBB PIPES fflg
UM SMOKE HOlSE
- rrn p-TrrrnH")?".'!!'' ."r!lr"flJyTy,J
The Leather tht!
More Servicable and;
U)l I II- .11111 , ,
sajtisfactpy Jn noro waya
than any other loatnef
put in shoos for wear $his
time of year, Very sty
lish too. Our newest '
and most up to date shoes
arc made of Qnn Metal
Soft and PJiabJ'
See the new styles we recelyed Ihfr
gxglMfijy llteftj gljQes, )
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