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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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DENTISTS J. R. Davie; YoungbluL
DRY GOODS Horpolaholmor; MUlor
j ENGRAVERS Cornoll.
'FLORISTS Chapln Bros.; C. H.
I iriiRNlflHINGS Budd: Fulk: Matree
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(GROCERIES Capltnl Grocery Co.
'HATTERS Bu.1d; Fulk; Untand.
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LAUNDRIES Evans; Merchants.
;PRINTERS Gcorgo Bros.; BImmons.
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' TYPEWRITERS Lincoln Typewriter
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REMEMBER THE TICKET IS
MINI MAY PRO r EST
8CH0MMER LIKELY TO HAVE
TROUBLE IN BASKETBALL.
BE NO MINNESOTA-IOWA GAME
Hawkcycs Refuse to Meet Gophers in
Minneapolis and Negotiations for
Contest Are Practically
at an End.
dR Half Million
Glasses of Soda Water
old and drank from our 20th Century
Sanitary Soda Fountain season 1008.
Agency Huylors, Gunthora and Lown
eye Chocolates and Bonbons.
$& if OHtlngs
Tht Drug Cutter.
are now iq season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
as you can at our new store? No
need of being crowded.
KitchCn S. Warner
There are still a few
copies of the
left, which we will
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
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P. L. HALL, President
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Fine Lln Pound
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DANCE PR06RAMS--BANQUET MENUS j;
317 SO. I2TH'STREET;
as long as they last.
We are selling them at
a discount because we
need the money. You,
should buy one because
you want a souvenir of
the Greatest Football
team Nebraska has had
On Sale at '
Room 7, Admin. Bldg.
DR. J, R.DAVIS
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OD. KENNETH D. STEERE, 706
lMARUiTn-E BLDG., CHICAGO.
CHAMPAIGN, 111., Dec. !). "Long
John" Schonunor, tho ninroon buBkot
bnll stnr, who wn mentioned ns conch
for the Illinois quad, nmy bo protested
by Illinois if ho Is played on the Chi
Tho llllni, noting the protest of Wis
consin regarding tho all around ath
leto, uIbo found that he played basket
ball during the first, six months he at
tended Chicago, and It is believed that
this will bar him from competition, as
he has competed three years on the
floor. It Is held that the "conference
vuling last .luno did not allow him to
compote four years In a sport recog
nized as :i major one by tho confer
ence "Pom" Siunock, Illinois' wonderful
Utile qbnrtcrhnck, and Lyon Gardner,
former football captain of the llllni,
teammates for throe years in many a
hard fought battle are now foes that
Is, political foes as candidates for the
presidency of the senior class.
lUtDANA, 111., Doc. 8. A not profit
of $:S.r04 from tho football season Is
reported by Ufo tTnTverslfy of Illinois
Athletic association, which in addition
received $2.7G0 from athletic associa
tion meinbeFsTIlps and other sources.
The biggest receipts from a football
game were from the Chicago contest,
which gave Illinois $4,787.20. In view
of the exceptional record of the eleven.
Coach Hall was voted a bonus of $400
in addition to his regular salary as
head coach, and Assistant Coach Lind
gren a bonus of $200.
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Dec. !). No game
will be played" by Iowa with Minnesota
next fall and negotiations have been
practically ended, as the gophers Insist
thnt the game bo played at Minneap
olis. Manager Mark Catlln, In return
ing from his father' ranch In Wis
consin, had an interview with Dr. Wil
liams which led to the opening of
correspondence on a game.
NEW YORK. Dec. 9. All uncertain
ty due to the shortage of tnnds having
been dispelled Columbia's crow candi
dates began the season's training to
day. Tho' start of training Is lalo this
year, but Coach Rice feels hopeful of
whipping his men into condition in
time. Last year's varsity has been
weakened by the loss of only one man,
Snevlly, who has been graduated.
MADISON, Wis., tTec' 9. Some ques
tion has arisen whether Jack Wllce Is
really captain-elect of the Wisconsin
Jimmle Dean was not present at the
election, and it is claimed his proxy
was misused by another athleto. That
Osthoff might have been elected had
Dean been present Is believed by some.
A new election may be hold on Satur
day, when all the members will meet
to have their plcturctaken. Wllce had
nothing to do with the alleged misused
The past football season will net
tho athletic association $11,000. Re
ports just received from the Minnesota
game show Wisconsin received $6,817,
which is more than flic badger share
from the maroon game. Athletic Di
rector Hutch ins has beon authorized
by the athletic council to arrange an
aquatic meet at Madison. Negotiations
will be opened at once with the ma
A.M1IUUST, Mass., Dec. 9. Alfred L.
Atwood, '10, of Norwood, Mass., was
elected captain of the Amherst foot
ball team for next Benson tonight. Ho
has played fullback on tho Amherst
team for the last three seasons, and
1b one of - tho most reliable and con
sistent players In tho line-up. Ho pro
pared for Amherst at tho Norwood
high school, where ho played football
Law Hop and the Debate.
Tho commltteo In chnrgo of the
freshnufn law hop urges everyone In
terested In debate to attend the Nebraska-Illinois
debate Friday evening.
But anyone npt Interested in debate
need not nocesBarily spend the evening
in their cheerleBB rooms. Tho law hop
offers a pleasant diversion after a hard
week's study. Tho management has
spared no oxponso in providing for this
dance. Tho hall, music, programs and
refreshments nro the best thnt enn
bo securod for the money. The laBt
three muBlc, program and refresh
ments aro Just as good or better than
tho kind served up at more expensive
dances. G. H. M.
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133 So. 13th St, Lincoln, Neb.
8ENIOR LAW8 ON A STRIKE.
Embryo Attorneys Declare They Won't
8tand for Pneumonia.
Senior law students at Washington
have gone on strike. No more of the
"pneumonia factory, they say, and
until heat is InBtnllod In the auditor
ium, vacation is in vogue.
The war cry has been sent among
the law embryos In the following pe
tition: "We, tho undersigned, realizing the
dangers to health resulting from tho
chill nnd gaseous atmosphere of the
class rooms in tho now auditorium
building, and already on the verge of
nervous prostration, and physical col
lapse from the inhalation of mephltlc
gaseous odors, emlnating from tho
non-caloric producing gas stoves, nnd
many of us affected with, headaches
and nausea produced In the manner
aforesaid, and at dlvors times nearly
asphyxjated in the close confines of
the class room, whose windows had tp
be closed to exclude the pneumonln
breeding germs brought in on the chill
"Horoby resolve to vote a protracted
holiday, or vacation, to continue until
suitable and effective apparatuses are
Installed In tho said auditorium."
CHINE8E ARE TO STUDY HERE.
Several Orientals To Be Educated in
According to tho Associated Press a
party of young Chinese students from
patrician families will soon bo regis
tered at the University of Wushlngton,
being tho advance guard of an annual
delegation who aro to be educated In
America at the expense of their gov
ernment, lteglstrar H. T. Condon and
other university authorities have not
yet received verifications of tho report.
One week ago Tang Shao Yi, a dis
tinguished Chinaman, with one of tho
most brilliant retinues over sent to a
foreign nation by tho Chinese govern
ment, arrived at San Francisco en
route to Washington, D. C, where he
goes to convoy Xne gratitude of his
government for tho remittance of the
With this diplomat, the press ad
vices say, camos members of. the royal
family, eminent statesmen of the em
pire, and seventeen students seeking
admission to American institutions of
learning. Tho students are to be di
vided,' the tologram states, between
tho Universities of New York and
A student's club has been organized
at Pennsylvania. Tho club building
contains a reading room, bowling al
ley, i)ool and billiard parlor, lunch
room and co-operative book store. Tho
membership is open to all students
and professors, tho mombershlp fee
being $10 a year.
Yale students lost $100,060 on tht-Yale-Harvard
gamo this year. They
lost on a single kick by. a St. Loul-i
boy. Missouri has always stood at
the head of the list In raising kicking
animalB. Her mules are unsurpassed
Lord Northcliffe, owner of several
English nowspapcrs and magazines,
says tho American stylo of football is
out of dato. Ho says it is tho old
Rugby discarded years ago in Eng
land, and that It is a game ot weight
and no science.
Professor Starr, of Chicago, says tho
American government is lavishing millions-
on so-called improvements In the
Philippines, while tho poor, heavily
taxed Filipinos aro starving.
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