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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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GREAT CONTE8T TODAY
(Continued from Pago 1)
witnessed the Gophor-Cnrllsle game
admits that the play of the Gophers
wns much better tlian they pirt upl
against Nebraska earlier In the sea
son. At the same time, however, he
believes that the CornlniBkers havo
Improved proportionately, and he con
cedes his pupils a good chance of hum
bllng tho aboriginfes.
Carlisle Style of Play.
It must bo remembered that the In
dians are no ordinary football team.
They are compelled to observe no elig
ibility rules and consequently their
team Is composed of playerb who have
played tho gamo for six or eight years
In faBt company. They are virtually
a professional team, and therefore
they havo every advantage over the
teama whom they play. In view of
this fact a Cornhuskt. victory will be
an especially great achievement, while
a defeat" at tho hands of the Indians
will not be regarded as a disgrace or
as in any way detracting from the
glory of tho already successful sea
son. The reports from Minneapolis after
the Carlisle gamo were to the effect
that the redskins played very ilorco
ball, often carrying this fierceness to
excess. Their reputation in this re
spect is not ono that would be envied
by a school which has any regard for
cleiMi sport, but no dirty playing Is
anticipated In today's game.
The redskins are said to excel par
ticularly In open work and In kicking.
The latter feature of their play is one
which Is greatly fearod by tho Corn
buskers and one in which tho No
braskans will doubtless be outclassed.
Balenti, tho Indian qunrtor-back, Is a
wonderful performer in this depart
ment; In the Carlisle Annapolis gamo,
which was won by Carlisle 16 to 0,
all of tho Indians' scores wore mado
on Held goals by Balenti.
Nebraska's hopes in today's gamtf
jire for a victory by a small margin
in what they expect to bo a gruelling
contost. It is predicted by Bomo of
the less enthusiastic of the local de
votees of the gamo that some of tho
Cornhusker players will bo overcome
with stage fright when they face tho
redskin stars, who havo groat reputa
tions. Although this thing might very
naturally bo oxpected to take place,
yet thoBO who know tho state of mind
.vhlcli prevails among tho Cornhusker
players bellove that the Nobraskans
vlll bo striving to establish Hko repu
ationB for themselves rather than to
contribute to tho prestige of tho In
The Texan laBt year made a net
;aln of ?198.80.
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 30
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4 MUSICAL HODGES 4
HENRY CLIVE, Assisted by
MIS8 MAI 8TURQIS WALKER
WILLIE .HALE & COMPANY
In Parlor Pastimes
HATHAWAY and SIEGEL
8WOR, WESTBROOK & SWOR
On the Vlnscope
Mats. 2:15 Tuob., Thurs. & Sat.
Eve. 8:15 Prices 15c, 25c & 50c.
Wednesday, 2 Nebraska-Carlisle foot
' Y. M. C. A. mid-week meeting (5:.0
Friday, 1 Ofilcers' hop at Lincoln
Saturday, 5 Freshman Hop at Lin
Friday, 11 Freshman law hoi) at Fra
hall, 8 p. m.
Nebraska-Wisconsin debate at Mad
ison. Saturday, 12 Engineering society hop
at Fraternity hall.
-Junior hop at
Saturday, 9 Sophomore hop at Lin
Friday, 15 Non-Coni Hop at Fratern"
Frlflaq, 22 Senior prom
Junior Pi om
liotol. at Lincoln
Violin and Piano Recital by Mr. Au
gust Hagenow and Mr. Harold
Spanish Dance , .Sarasate
Slavonic Cradle Song Noruda
Hungarian Rhapsody Hauser
HOLIDAY FOR Trie GAME.
Deans Decide to Dismiss Classes After
2 O'clock Today.
An order of tho university deans was
Issued yesterday announcing that nil
classes wpuld be dis'mlssod from 2
o'clock on this afternoon in order to
allow tho students to attend the Ne-braska-Carllsle
football game at Ante
lope park. Tho decision of the deanB
was reached yesterday afternoon.
When tho glad tidings of tho grant
ing of a half holiday were convoyed
to tho eager pars of Manager Earl
O. Eagor ho danced a little clog that
would bo good for $100 per woek on
any vaudeville circuit. Ho had boon
asking for tho dismissal ef classes on
account of the game for two or throe
days and when his roquost was .finally
granted ho could no longer conceal
his joy and allowed it to burst forth
in an ebullition of enthusiastic expressions.
F RMERS INTCNSCLYINTERCSTCD
Professor Montgomery Declares That
Com 8 how Is the Result of De
mand for Preservation of
The Importance of the movement to
wnruB a preBervntion of our national
resources and iho value of tho nnflonul
rorn show vhidi Is booh o be r.ell In
Omaha was the subject of a talk by
I'rc.fc: r ? utgompry at 'vnvoenilon
yesterday. Professor Montgomery
spoke at considerable length of tho
remarkable development which lias
taken place in tho liuerost of the pub
lic In the preservation of our resources
and told of tho work whlcn has boon
done in this state In education of the
farmers to the possibilities of corn cul
ture. He spoke in part as follows:
"The corn show which Is soon to
be held in Omaha 1b a part of a large
movement which has been developing
fn all parts of the country In favor of
a preservation of our natural re
sources. Another manifestation of
this same fundamental movement is
the appointment of the commission on
country life by President Roosevelt.
Becoming More Valuable.
' Our natural products are every yoar
becoming of greater value, until 'now
they are tho most valuable thing in the
country. The agitation in favor of
their preservation Commenced about
ten years ago, when Chief Forester
Prlchot commenced IiIb agitation
against the abuse of tho forests of tho
country. From this start has devel
oped the discussion which has reached
such vast proportions.
"In the past It was not necessary to
conserve our national resources. They
scorned unlimited, and if a man found
that his farm was exhausted he moved
west. Even the greatest statesmen of
a hundred years ago doubted whether
America would ever be settled west
of the Mississippi river. Within the
last ten years conditions havo
changed; the free land has been ex
hausted, and the need of more land
is beginning to be keenly felt. Somo
time Nobraska will havo to support
twice as large a population as she has
today. This mcanB that Nebraska
must either produce twice as much
or that the people must live n ono
half ot what they havo today.
Farming Is Explotive.
"American farming methods havo
been largely influenced by tho condi
tions under which American farmers
havo lived. A highly explotive sys
tem of farming hns been adopted and
it will take at least a generation to
overcome UiIb method.
The corn show Is one of the evi
dences that this movement is taking
root among American farmers. Tho-I
first corn snow of, Nebrasiui wns lie
at the university ilvo years ago. Now
a systom of corn shows 1b held .every
year throughout tho state nnd tho
amount of interest which Is manifested
is surprising. Both boys' and men's
corn shows nro being held and 10,000
boys are now oxhibiting corn in tho
"The national corn show which is to
be hold nt Omaha is really a roundup
of all the corn Bhows of the west.
The best corn In the west will be
shown there. Unlike other exhibitions,
corn will be tho main and only at
traction. "It requires a vast amount of man
agement to make such a show as this a
success. Tho first problem to be
Solved 1b to got an adequate premium
list. This problem has boen satisfac
torily solved at Omaha, for $54,000 are
being offered In premiums. This 1b
nearly seven times as much as was
offered at tho state fair for all agri
cultural products. Tho show has boen
oxtenslvoly advertised and- tho rail
roads especially are taking nn active
Intorcst In developing it. Advertising
has boon sent to 500,000 farmers, and
If preparation Is any Indication tho
show will be a great success.
Two studonts havo fainted in class
In tho history of tho University of
.Vashlngton. Both instances occurrod
during lectures by Harvard graduates.
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