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Out Thanksgiving Day
No time or expense toill be spared in
putting out a Foot Ball Number thqt.
toill outshine any similar edition off
Former years. : ' : : :
Wednesday, 25 Thanksgiving recess
begins at 6 p. m.
Thursday, 26 Wabash-Nobraska foot
Thanksgiving Special football num
ber of the "Dally Nebraskan," 15c.
Wednesday, 2 Nebraska-Carlisle foot
Friday, 4 Officers' hop at Lincoln
Saturday, 5 Freshman Hop at Lin
Friday, 11 Freshman law hop at Fra
Nebraska-Illinois debate, Memorial
hall, 8 p. m.
Nebraska-Wisconsin debate1 at Madison.
Saturday, 12 Engineering, society, hop
at Fraternity hall.
Friday, 8 Junior hop at Fraternity
Saturday, 0 Sophomore hop at Lin
Friday, 15 Non-Corn Hop at Fratern
Frldaq, 22 Senior prom at Lincoln
Friday, 5 Junior Prom at Lincoln
, 1A N OR8..W N TITLE-. . ,,
Utr (CoMnucd -from Pago l) I
tho junior two-yard lino, a lino, buSk
failed) and the Juniors, took the bali
arid puntpd out of danger. ,
Tho seniors attempted to drop kick
which failed and the junior's kicked
out from their 26'yard llno.P The sen
iors recovered the ball on tholr own
00-yard lino and never lost possession
of It until they had pushed It over
for the first touchdown. Bell punted
out to tfarrott but Wangerlcn failed
to kick goal. Scoro: Seniors, 5; jun
That ended tho scoring for the first
half and apparently for the game until
Woods pulled off his sensational run
at the very close of the contest. Both
teams used sevoral substitutes In tho
second half and tho gamo was just as
fierce as before but the juniors Were
unable to overcomo tho lead which
the seniors had obtained.
Varsity Is Ready.
The varsity squad had secret prac
tice again last ovenlng nt Antelopo
park and they appear to be in tho
pink of condition for tho Wabash
gumo tomorrow. Thoy have had a
long rest since their last .hard con
test, and thoy havo not' only Improved
wonderfully In condition but have
learned several new" formations which
they will bo ablo to spring on the
"Llttlo Glhnts" in tomorrow's contest.
Coach Colo, as woll as all tho play
ers, expect a hard game and thoy are
far from being over confident as to
the outcome. The Wabash aggrega
tion are outwolghed by tho Corn
huBkors but they are touted to. bo one
of tho fastest bunches in the west and
tholr fiorco tackling, a weak point for
tho Nebraskans, haB this year been
the undoing of their opponents.
Walter Eckersall, who has officiated
in two of tholr games, says that they
havo a Btrong team ahd will give any
aggregation a hard rub.
Largest Manufafcturera In the World
of Officiaf Athletic. sUppflcs. , ,.
Foot Ball Basket Bait
lei Skates Hockey Golf
Official Implements for ail. Track
arid Field Sfidrti. ..
Uniforms, for all Athiefo Sports.
GYMNASIUM APPARATU8 '"
Spauldlng's handsomely illustrated
catalogue of all. sports, contains
numerous suggestions. Sent
A. Q. 8PAULDINQ A BR08.
are now In season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
as you can at our new store? No
need of being crowded
Kitchch Si W. Corner
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Y. M. C. A. GETS MANY
(Continued from Pago 1)
Y. M. C. A. Ho also had charge of
the shop classes. Ho spent a little
over n year thero and is now travel
ing for tho lntornntionnl student Vol
unteer movement. Ho is now working
among the colleges, of Nebraska and
will be rft the University of Nebraska
from tho 14th to the 16th of Decem
ber. Wisconsin la Difficult.
Arthur Jorgonson, '08, 1b now gen
eral secretary of tho University of
Wisconsin. Ho has a particularly dif
ficult task hero as the Y. M. C. A. Is
not popular and many difficulties
must bo overcomo. Tho Y. M. C A.
at tho University of Wisconsin is
housed in a building which cost $90,
.000,. and has every convenience for
the use of the students.
N. J. Provost, '08, was in Omaha
during the summer but is now secre
tary of tho Y. M. C. A. at Clomson
college, South Carolina. Clemson
college is a school of about 700 stu
dents and has 254 enrolled in the
Y. M. C. A.
A; E. Wolf, '07, spent last year
teaching at Leavenworth, Washing
ton. He Is now-rellglouB work direc
tor at Portland, Oregon, and writes
that ho likes his work vory much.
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All classes of the law college com
lpg after 10 o'clock yosterday were
dismissed in order that the members"
of tho classes might attend the meet
ings of the bar association.
C. F. Lowoth of the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St. Paul railway, has
written to Professor O. V. Stout for
the names of studonts who. havo more
than ordinary ability In' the subject
of reinforced concrete.
Members of tho junior class in the
Grand Rapids vetinary college loft
the school room on tho admission of
two negro students. These men had
been denied the privilege of entering
by tho BChool authorities but they
took the matter to the courts and the
judgo mandamusod the college and
compelled them to. admit the colored
men on the grounds that tho Institu
tion was quasi-public.
James Sheldon hns resigned as
coach of the Indiana university foot
ball team. jAr ,
,Elmer , Eb)(fyf center r.pf 'tlifiu Baiolt
football team, has been, elected 'cap
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