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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Entered at tho postofllcO at Lincoln,
Nebraska. ftB Becond-class mall mattor
undor th Act of Congress of March 3,
doubtodly' boo a bottor nrrangomont
of tho CornhUBkor Bchodulo sathat
too many hrtrd gamoH will not bo
bunched within four or flvo.wookB. Ne
braska ought, to havo two -weoks of
good rcat b'oforo it mdota tho Jay
hawkorH at Lawronco noxt fall.
In tho meatttlm'b tho CbrrihuBkbr
Btudontfl Bhould koop In mind tho do
feat of Saturday anl point toward get
ting revengo when tho football soason
of 1001) rollB around.
If wo only Hworo
but then wo
WIN CROSS COUNTRY
NEBRASKA RUNNER8 SUCCESS-
FUL AT CHICAGO KlEET.
TEAM WORK DECIDING FACTOR
Cornhuskers Carry off the Honors by
Keeping Together and Crossing
the Line Well Bunched
Among the Leaders.
Poor old Michigan can fool for poor
old Nebraska. -
But 20 to
than 20 to 0.
r 1b juHt a Ilttlo bottor
who waB It discovered
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER' 17, 1008.
Both Iowa and Missouri, now havo a
chanco to prove that thoy liko tho
"DEFEAT 18 EDUCATION."
It la protty hard to tako iloroat whon
your hopes havo boon raised as high
, nB Nebraska's wero bofpro Saturday
mid whon you know your toam do
served a better fat,o.' ' It makOB tho
iinnn nil tho nioro bitter, to'6. whon
I'hat defeat Is administered' by a rival
llko KaWaH one whom you would
rntbtor lick than any other team on tho
Bchodulo and whom you cannot pa
tently bear to see gloating ovor vic
tory. But NobrnBka and her atudonta
havo accepted tho crushing blow of
Saturday in tne moBt Bportamnnllko
"Conch Kennedy and his hUBky bunch
, of Jayhawkers licked tho CornhUBkors
and lickod them right. Tlioro Is no
. decrying tho victory of tho men from
tho Sunflowor state. Thoy boat one
of tho best teams Nebraska ever had
and ono of the best in tho west to
day. They deservo a great doal of
credit for what they accomplished.
KaiiHau, howover, did not take ovory
thing. From tho outcome of tho game
, Nubrauku and its manngomeut learned
a lcBBon. This cost a groat doal, and
innyuo it was wortu it rno gamo
. iirovad tnat the Cornhuskor achedulo
this fall was too heavy.
Thore is Ilttlo doubt In the minds of
,. . tho Nebraska supporters that had tho
:ornhuBKcra been In tho form In
, ' . -
which thoy played against Ames or
lewn that they would 'have won Sat-
It's easy to toll who among tho
"down-town" pcoplo lost monoy on tho
CornhUBkerH. They aro not boosting
A mark of truo sportsman :
nover trios to toll "why wo lost."
cross country run hoi pod u
It suroly was not duo to Cpach.Kon
nody's genius- that tho JayhawkorB'
Thero's some consolation in tho fact
that wo still aro ahoad in the total
numbor of games won.
Protty namo Lawrence isn't It?
WIbIi that sorpontino danco Satur
day between halvos had mado tho
JayhawkorB sco snakes.
ThiB 1b Bald to bo "Tub" Reed's
last year on tho Kansas team. It can
hardly bo posslblo that our dear old
"Tub Is going to quit tho Jayhawkers.
Ho has only been with thom since
MIDSEME8TER QRADE8 NOW IN.
Reports Turned In to Registrar's
Mld-BomoBter roportB from all
tpartmenta of tho university wero
turned in to Registrar Harrison's ofllco
yestorday. TheBO reports Include .tho
grades of tho examinations whlcu
(havo been held during tho past two'
NvookB and fix tho grades of tho atu-
For tho third consccutivo time and
for tho fourth tlmo in five years, tho
Nobraaka team won the inter-col-legiato
cross-country' rim at-. Chicago
last Saturday morning. Nebraska had
a total of 41 points, her noarcst com
petitor being Purdue, whoBo team
Nobraska won tho race by concerted
toam work. Tho ,flvo Cornhuskers
stayed together from start to finish
and crosBcd tho lino In a bunch. Cap
tain Bauman sacrificed hlB chancos of
winning individual honors In order
that ho might stay with his men and
nid In carrying thom all over tho )lpo.
Three Purdue runners finished ahoad
of the NobraBkanB' but the othor two
wore bo far behind that the averago
for the team ran far too high to put
thom in ahead of tho westernors. It
wnB frcejy admitted by officials and
spectators that had Purdue had tho
team work displayed by Nebraska, she
would have, given the Cornhuskera a
hard run for tho shield.
Much interest in Race.
The run was held as In the past In
Jackson park, Chicago. Thore was a
greater Interest than uaunl manifested
and a crowd of 600 witnessed tho fin
ish, a rather largo attendance for an
event of so little spectacular features
as a crosB-country run. Tho men came
ovOr tho lino in close ordor and tho
finish was oxciting. All the twenty-
five contoBtnnts were well bunched
during the first half of tho raco, save
a fow Purduo and Drake men who ran
The Nebraska men stnyed in a
bunch from tho stnrt. For tho first
half of the run and until the last mile
and a half stretch was entered thoy
wore running cIobo with tho men
from tho othor schools. As tho last
mile wnB entered tho men from Per
due, Chicago, WjBconsIn and Drake
began to run Individually, each man
striving to pass. tho line as sopn as
possible. Scarcely any attention was
paid to team work. The CornhuBkers,
howover, did not let tho nearnoas of
the' eiid change their tactics. At ono
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lng won it threo tlmos. The now
shield is under thd samo rule and Ne
braska thus has made a start towards
securing another permanent' trophy.
Tho ruu Saturday was tho fifth of a
series of contosts in which NobrnBka
haa mado a romnrkablc showing com
pared with other schools of the central
wost. Four times out of five Nebraska
has been ablo to win the cross-country
through the excellence of Its team
work and of ItB individual runners.
This yoar four of the five men wero
now on the team and the result is,
.thorofore, doubly gratifying to Coach
Clapp. Tho prospect rieems bright for
next year, since the nucleus of next
year's team can be picked with
from this year's squad.
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133 So. 13th St, Lincoln, Neb.
1 want to Sox every fellow in school at
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)4J O TWO STQFES 1415, O. 10 dozen of them Black and Tans all sizes
unlay. But lrwhs tho row of fivo or I
six hard games which made the Corn
huskers stnlo for Kansas.
(irlnnell; Minnesota, Haskell, Iowa
and AuieB on succeeding Saturdays aro
onough to put any toam in bad shape
for another hnrd gamo. And that Is
what thoy did for Nobraaka.
Whon tho Cornhuskers Wont ln,to tho
gamo Saturday they wero wholly unfit
to play. This thoy proved during tho
opening few minutes. None of thom
played nB ho had against AmoB or.
Iowa. The backfleld men did not
charge with any great force. Tho lino
men, try as they might, wore not able
to oxort themselves to what they know
ihoy' had done on former' occasions.
None of them lnld down, though. Thoy
fought. the best thoy could at tho time.
But they were "stale," and fatigued.
Thoy wero like a man who has grown
old. They had the right spirit and
aw what they wanted to do, but
their bodies would not respond to
tfielr call. Ames had been too severe
' with thom, and they needed moro than
i week in which 'to rest up for Kan-
. natT. . ' '
donts for tho Jlrat half semester's
Tho fall mld-somostcr roports aro of
especial Interest to the fraternity men
for tho reason that any freshman who
la delinquent In any of hla work can
not lie pledged until tho condition or
failure is removed. According to tho
ruleB of tho lntor-fratornlty council
only men who havo passod in all the
studios for which thoy havo rogistored
may join any of tho olovon fratorn
ltltH In tho school. Conditions or fail
ures are an effectual bar against tho
almlttanco of unfortunate freshmen.
This year there aeoms to bo the us
ual number of failures among all
classes. Ab Iiub happened in tho past
Bovoral mon who had been picked out
by ono or more fraternities as deslr
ablo material havo fallen under tho
ban and cannot bo pledged until after
the end of tho semester.
time Bauman spurted ahead and ran
well up with tho leaders. It was evi
dent, howevor, that one of tho Ne
braska men was lagging and Bnuman
dropped back, sacrificing hla chanco of
winning the individual cup In ordor to
oncourngo hla men. This saved the
day for tho Nobraska team and all
finished In a bunch.
Chicago Man First.
' Tito 'schodulp ought' Jo havo .bocm
G :. . a .i w
, ,. ,r jirrangeu bo ini io.wh, .aii uu mu'
(;' vwaa had not followed In. succession.
Should Kansafetbaye'heen piayea ncxt
Saturday ,tbe,fteVrUijcfl pja'yprs prob
ably would, have 'been. n 'b.tor 'confll
tloa to win, Another year will' un-
Tho most recont advance in tho edu
cational relations between Harvard
and institutions of Germany is an
agreement on tho part of tho univer
sity to accopt as guests of tho corpor
ation fivo advanced students each yoar
for a' period of ton ytiars, Thesostu-
Comstock of Chicago finished first
with KInknid of Purduo second. Meln
ach' 6t .v"lscbnsln crossod tho tano
third and thus won ono of tho throe
individual modala. The, others fol
lowed in this order: Fourth, Me
brayne (Purduo); Gth, Knox (Pur
due); 6 Trump (Nobraska); 7 BauT
man (Nebraska); 8, GabTo .(Nobraa
ka) ; a, Araberson (Nobraska) ; 10,
Hover (Wisconsin); il, Goorgo .(Ne
braska). Tno other fourteen men, drew
numbers from 12 to 25.
ThQ tqtnl, points, for each, toam, wore;
Nebraska 41, Purduo 51, Wisconsin Ga,
Chicago 69, and Drake 105. Tho race
was tho closqst that 'has ovpr beon
hed by tho'intercollegiate1 association.
This year for tho first time, the oyont
Is under thp direction of tho 'Chicago
conference, ' which rewarded tho.wlnr
iiVng teani wRh a shield of arUstlo and.
Wednesday, 18 Professor Besaoy on
"Botany and Its Rolatlon to Med
icine." N. .'.
Wednesday, 18 "Joanne d'Arc" at
JVIld-Woek Y. M. C. A. mooting.
Friday, 20 Dlvllty Club meets at
Temple, 8 p. m.
Saturday, 1 Hastings-Nebraska foot-
County Fafr In Armory.
Wodnoadny, 25' Thanksgiving recess
begins at 6 p. m.
Thursday, 26-T-Wabash-Nobraska foot
Friday, 8 Junior hop at Fraternity
Wednesday, 2 Nebraska-Carlisle foot
Friday, 4 Officers hop at Lincoln
Sophomore Informal at Fraternity
3aturday, 5 Freshman Hop at Lin
Friday, 11 Freshman law hop at Fra
Saturday, 12Engluoerlug Bocloty hop
at Fraternity hall.
Saturduy, a Sophomore hop at Lin
Pridaq, 22 Senior prom at Lincoln
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" President Schurman of Coruoll will
visit; among western rjniverslties in
t)ecember. He will dollver an address
at tho inauguration of Dr. A. It. Hill,
tho new president of Missouri. The
Inauguration. wiU .take place December
10 and U, ,
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