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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1)08
Tho Thanksgiving Ibsuo of tho
Dally Nourasknn will bo tho 'annual
football number. It will bo a Bpeclal
edition of Hlxtoon pagOB with a col
ored cover and a beautiful design on
tho front pngo. A Hiinplomont with
fine half tono ongrnvlngB of tho Corn
huflkerB of 1908 will go with each
copy of tho paper.
In addition to tho Illustrated sup
plement tho other pages of tho papor
will bo decorated with flno halftones
and cartoons. Tho cuts used In this
Issue of tho Nobraskan aro tho flnost
hnlftonoB that could bo securod, and
will nmko tho Thanksgiving number
tho boBt papor of tho year.
Tho papor will contain several In
toreBtlng articles dealing with foot
ball nnd other sportB. Nobraaka's
position In tho Missouri valley confor
onco will bo explained in a koon con
tribution by Dr. Clapp. In UiIb ar
tlclo tho Nebraska physical director
will tell of tho lnfluencoB that kept
Nebraska from Joining thlB confer
onco for soveral weeks.
Captain Worklzor in thlB numbor
will glvo a glanco at tho financial Bido
of Cornhuskor athletics. Tho cap
tain writes In a vein that makoB his
stories absorbing, - and tho article
which appears in tho Nobraskan to
morrow will surely mako IntoroBtlnq
Dr. Condra will toll tho history of
n v, c0,rc
1141,0. TWO STOKES
tho Nebraska OlymplcB and what 1b
oxpectcd of this sophomore-freshman
athletic event In years to come.
"Throo Years of tho Now Rules" Is
tho tltlo of an artlclo by Fred Cor
nell In which the success of (ho open
plays Is described.
"Nebraska's Coaching System" and
"Fraternities In Football" aro two In
teresting articles by members of tho
Nobraskan staff, which will please the
A special of tho Issue will bo a
selection of an all-Missouri valley
football oleven. There will alBo bo
other Interesting and attractive feat
ures In the special number.
The cadet battalion will assemble
at 1 o'clock this afternoon In the ar
mory. From there It will go to the
state farm, where it will go through
maneuvers before a moving picture
( Professor Merrlam, of tho science
department of the University of Chi
cago, ,has just Issued a book on "Pri
mary Elections," Ho advocates a ro
ducUon In the number of elective of
ficers and a further extension of the
civil service. Prof. Merrlam has writ
ten, other books on political subjects.
Ho is a graduate of Iowa and Colum
GREEKS ON ELEVEN
WABASH SQUAD HAS TWELVE
FRATERNITY MEN ON IT.
FOUR SOCIETIES REPRESENTED
Phi Qamma Delta, Beta Theta PI,
Phi Delta Theta and Kappa Sig
ma Have Players Among
(8peciol to the Dally Nobraskan.)
CKAWFORDSVILLB, Ind., Nov. 24.
Thero aro twolvo Qrook letter fra
tornity mon on tho Wabash college
football Bquad of Bovontoen players,
who will come to Lincoln Wednesday
morning to play tho University of Ne
braska football on Thanksgiving day.
Phi Gamma Delta, Bota Theta Pi, Phi
Delta Theta and Kappa Sigma aro
tho four national fratornitlos repre
sented. Capt Lawronco Hosb, loft
tackle? Happor Payne, right ond, and
Jack Hargravo, quarter back, aro all
mombors of Phi Gamma Delta. Irwin
L. Garvor, loft half back; Rogor Wil
son, sub-guard, and Paul Hawkins,
Biib-quartor, aro BotaB. Tho Phi Deltas
on tho Bquad arc ex-Capt. Glpe, right
tackle; Homer Dobbins, ond, and
Here Stolrs, full back. Tho throe mom
bors of Kappa Sigma aro Oscar Barr,
right guard; Blaino Patton, sub-ond,
nnd Paulus Colbert, right half back.
MoBt of tho mombors of tho toam
havo also distinguished themselves In
other branches of athlotics or other
phasoB of collcgo activities. Glpe Is
tho guard on tho basket ball team and
will manago tho basoball team this
spring. He was captain of the 1907
olovon. Payne, ond, is editor-in-chief
of Tho WabaBh, tho monthly publica
tion of the senior class of tho college
Patton an Editor.
Patton, sub-ond, 1b editor of tho
Bachelor, tho Boml-weokly publication
of tho collcgo preBB club. Patton 1b
alBo tho crack half and milo runner
on tho track team and ho is a momber
of tho basket-ball squad.. Brown, con
tor, was captain of tho track and field
team last spring and is tho best
weight man in college. Ho Is also
ft momber of tho collego debating
team that will roproBont Wabash in
tho triangular debate with Earlham
and Butler colleges this winter.
Burns, end, is president of tho athletic
association of the collego. Hargravo
Is a member or tho track and fjeld
team, bolng a 220 and a 440-yard dash
man. Ho is also manager of tho
basket-ball team this winter. Har-
Why-Pay-Hore Budd's White Pleated Shirts
This is a new "classy" pleat I am showing in
my 1141 O Street window this week at $1.15.
They ordinarily sell for $1.50. This price is due
lAITn to duqq s system or casn Duying, at the KHiril
4M.U. TIME Tog up a litUe for Thanksgiving.
grave was president of his class in
his Junior year and president of the
athletic association last year. Wil
son, sub-guard, Is tho track team's
manager next spring.
Hargravo, quarter back, is the most
spectacular player on tho team, and
during his collego course has won the
plaudits of the bleachers time and
time again by his sensational runB
down tho field. Hargravo js a crafty
Hold general. Ho Is a quartor and a
half mile runner on tho track team
and this winter will bo manager of
tho baBket ball team.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. Nov. 23.
Minnesota has sevored relations with
Carlisle, and Saturday's contest was
tho last of a three-game series In
which tho Gophors were twice defeat
ed and once victorious.
While ofilclal announcement of the
break has not been made and the "ath
letic governors at Minnesota 'refuse
to discuss it, the rupture 1b said to
havo resulted from tho fact that Car
lisle played "dirty" football and that
the language used by the Indians on
the field was of such obscono nature
as to drive women, and their escorts
from, tho boxes into tho grand stand.
Tho slugging of Referee EnBloy by
Wasouka is said to have been inex
cusable. Waseuka, it is pointed 'out,
is accustomed to the eastefn "tin-
vxixem-mtmm rumntur, mini wwiwn
written law" concerning gentlemanly
conduct on tho gridiron and can offer
no excuse for -his exhibition. Ho
was rulod off for slugging and In
his anger turned and delivered a
"knockout',V,blow to tho refdree.
Chicago dropped Carlisle last year
on account of Its rough play. Tho
Gopher policy has been never to drop
a toam until It has been given a de
cisive boating, and for this more than
any other cause Carlisle thlB 'year was
retained on a heavy schedule.
May Meet Michigan Again.
Out of tho dropping of Carlisle
may grow a resumption of track and
football relations between Minnesota
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Leader of the Wabash Eleven.
and Michigan. The Wolverine alumni
are clamoring for "Michigan to drop
Pennsylvania and got back into the
conference. If thin step is taken it
means football onco more 'istwoon the
Michigan and Minnesota teams.
If Michigan re-enters the confer
ence, Dean P. S. Jones' plan for a
four-cornered agreement among Wis
consin, Chicago, Minnesota and Mich
igan probably will bo adopted. This
plan calls for two big games a year
among tho four, each pair playing In
tho flrBt round, tho winners meeting
In the "final" and tho losers battling
on tho samo day. Onco running, this
plan would do much to clarify tho
football atmosphere of tho west.
The undercut of dissatisfaction
with the work of Coach Williams,
which has existed among some of tho
Gopher undergraduates since the Chi
cago game, was swept away by Sat
urday's victory, and Dr. WllllamB'
popularity is fully restored. Nothing
but pral8o for tho Gopher coach was
heard on tho campus today.
CHICAGO, Nov. 24. Wisconsin and
Chicago promise to become as "thick
as thieves" in their future athletic
relations as a result of tho magnani
mous treatment accorded tho maroons
In Madison on their arrival thero,
during the game, and after, the con
flict. r-u y
It is bolleved at the Midway that
tho Badgers will take Michigan's for
mer place In tho schedules of tho ma
roons in all linos of sport, even
should the Wolverines como back into
tho conference. Director Stagg and
tno maroon players forgot tho win
ning of tho football championship yes
terday in appreciating how well they
had been treated by tho Badgers and
the Wisconsin athletic officials. Tho
coach declares that nowhere jn tho
history of western athletics has a
finer spirit or more friendly fooling
existed between any. two colleges
than now exists between Chicago and
Maroons Given Great Reception.
"I don't bellevo a Chicago team was
over givon a bettor reception away
from homo than wo had at 'Madison
this year," said Stagg yesterday. "It
wob tho first time wo wore ever met
at tho depot by a band of students
and hauled by them to the hotel. I
wish wo could do It here, but, of
courso it Is impossible on account of
"All through the gamo the Wiscon
sin playorB flhowed every possible
kindness to our men. I have seldom
seen bo gentlomnnly a lot of football
players. Onco, when Pat Page was
hurled against tho fence and forced
to take out time, and when it was
seen that ho could not continue play
when the time allowed was up, Capt.
Rogors showed great sportsmanship.
Ho waived tho penalty and let Pat
take ob much time as ho needed to
get up and Into tho play again."
WILL WEAR CAPS AND GOWN8.
University Deans Vyill Follow Last
At a meeting recently the deans
of tho university determined to follow
tho custom which holds at many of
tho larger universities of tho country
whereby tho doanB and in some caseB
the profesBors wear gowns approprl
ate of their degrees at commencement
processions. Last year tho deans of
the Nebraska university for tho first
time wore their gowns as a tentativo
proposition. It has now been determ
ined to make tho ceremony an estab
lished thing and tho doans will con
form to it in tho future.
In all tho eastern universities and
in some of the western ones, the cus
tom extends to professors ob well as
deans. Each instructor wears tho
gown which custom prescribes for his
ALUMNI WILL HELP MICHIGAN.
They Will Build $300,000 Dormitory
at Ann Araor.
At tho annual Michigan Union ban
quet at the University of Michigan
Claronce W. Barbour, representing the
alumni in New York, announced that
plnns had been made and money Bub
Bcribed for tho erection of a $300,000
dormitory with immense commons.
The dormltoryt will be a six-story
building, at Williams and Maynard
streets, capable of housing 250 to 300
men. Tho commons will be a one
story building with a capacity for
boarding from 900 to 1,000 students.
The land has been ncqulrod nnd the
plan has been approved by tho uni
Dorando, tho Italian runner who
came to America to race with Johnnl
Hnyes, winner of tho Marathon, has
been barred from tho Columbia uni
versity gymnasium, whero he intend
ed to practice for the race.
A now athletic league is under way.
ItMs backed by DoPauw and tho fol
lowing schools aro mentioned for
membership: DoPauw, Marquette,
Wabash, Notre Dame, St. Louis,
Crelghton, Ames and Michigan aggies.
A mlchlgan medic senior has been
oxpolled from school for klBBlng one
of the nurses at the hospital where
he was an assistant.
Tho sophomore girls at Michigan
Insist that the frosnman girls must
wear green sunbonnots. Tho fresh
men glrlB are willing to wear a class
cap or hat, but they Insist on tholr
right to design It.
Yale has Just published a complete
directory of her living graduates. Of
24,040 graduates, 14,093 aro now living.
About 160 dlo each year at an aver
ago ago of slxty-ono, and nearly 800
are added by graduation.
Itfce Hall at Washburn, which was
partially destroye'd by first last spring,
has been thproughly romodoled and
modernized, and will be devoted
mainly to t chemistry, although other
departments aro to bo located there.
Sovoral women students at Cali
fornia aro in danger of expulsion be
cause of leap year evening calls. They
blacked their faces and disguised
themselves in various ways nnc called
in a body upon the different fraternity
Imitated In shape, but the " Pat
ented Lock Front" which avoids
collar spreading, can be had only In
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