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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1909)
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T&E BADLY NEfiRASItAN
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There's style and fit
in the "Horse-Shoe"
made Clothes. They
are High Quality
at Medium Prices.
$10 to $20 for
the newest suits. .
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& LUNCH COUNTER
Open from G a. m. till 13
p. m. Lincoln's most pop
ular priced oafo.
OUR MOTTO: Clean and Quick Swlra ill tha
Tlnn. Coupon Books worth $6 sold lor $4.25.
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THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
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B KiPrS Inlaid Work
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$ All Makes of Second' g
$ hand Typewriters sold, 8
$ rented or exchanged.
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Eat at Green's Place
The UNION CAfE
1418 O street
Open Day and Night
Finest watch and Jowolry Repairing
in tho city. Givo us u coll.
Boll A704, Auto U884. - 12110 St.
Wo solicit n share oE your
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All Kinds of Cut Flowers
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L. JL 1HERZOG
THE UMIVEiSITY MArS TAILOR
Come In arid get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
l230 O St.
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS!
Glasses if Stda Witir
toid aa,,drankfoo;n puif ;0jtfy lenltury
'; 8anUury $odav Fountain Jscasori 1008.
': cAgericy Huylprn. GuhtKers aiuTLown
ys Chocolates and Bonbons.
The Drug' Cutltr,
NEW KIN0 FOOTBALL
MI880URI ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
JNVENT8 "A GAME
WOULD ELIMINATE ROliOII PLAY
THROWING AND KICKING THE
ONLY METHOD OF ADVANCE.
Dr. Hotherlngton Hopes That His
Combination of Football and Bas
ket Ball May Be Given a Fair
Trial by Colleges.
, A now ganio of football, lias boon
Invented by Dr. Clark V, Hothorlng
ton, director of nthletlcs at the Uni
versity of Missouri. It may bo tried
in tho spring practico of the Mis
souri varsity football squad.
Tho now game Is a cross between
tho present football and basketball
games as thoy aro played hero. Ac
cording to tho rules there will bo
oloven players on a Bide, and tho
game will .bo played on the regular
football field. But thero will bo no
running with tho ball.Tho only way
in wnicn tho nail may bo advanced
aro by throwing and kicking.
No Rough Play.
In the now gamo tho rough play
will bo eliminated. No player will bo
allowed cjto carry tho ball, and there
will bo no tho bucking or lino forma
tions. A score may bo. made by con
tinuous forward passing, As It woulfj
bo almost impossible to dribble a foot
ball, as Is done with a basketball,
tho play will bo limited to 'throwing
Tho .game is called "combination
half," becauso it is a combination of
tho two games. "I have worked on tho
gamo at intervals in tho last four or
.five yeare," Bald Dr. Hothorington.
"When I began to think or it my' aim
was to doviae a game that would drill
the playors for tho regular football
,gamo; honco I called It 'drill ball' at
'.'As I worked out the details of tho
gamo I saw that It had possibilities
I greater than simply a practico gamo.
Tho gamo haB never been tried, but I
GREOORY. the Tailor
Has a dandy line of goods for Spring Suits. lie also
does the test cleaning and pressing in the city.
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have talked with friends who aro
familiar with athletics, and they were
favorably Impressed with tho plan. I
am anxious to see it tried, for It is
only In that way that Its value can
May Try It Out.
Carl L, Rlstlne, captain of tho 1000
tigers, who la In charge of tho spring
practico; said that tlib gnme would bo
tried if tho mon bo desire.
"Of course I enn't toll how the
gamo would work out," said Captain
Rlstlne, "but I have doubts about Its
being practicable Tho elimination
of running with the ball means that
when one side Iuib tho ball tho men
on tho opposing side will each have
to guard a man. It koops a player
busy to guard another player on a
basketball court, and on a football
Hold it would be almost . impossible
for ono man to guard another."
OHf3 "Vy.HERE 18 THAT BELLTI
Delta Tau Delta Loses Treasure tp
Rival Frat Men.
Oh where, oh where 1b my little boll
Oh, where, or where can It bo? '
With its 'clapper gone,
And Its rim all cracked, '
Oh, where,- or where can it Jao? .
, X)nqp t was In p church belfry in
a calm and peaceful" Nebraska town.
Then it wa.8 Jn tho white canvas tent
of a certain ;buncu of university ca,
dots, whose active minds concolvod
of it as a frat house adornment1.'
Then it held a place of honor among
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Threo-ycar course, loading to degree
of Doctor of Law .(J.D.), which by tho
Quarter syBtcm may bo completed in
two and ono-fourth calendar years.
College education roqulrcd for regular
admission,' ono year of law bolng
counted toward college degree. Law
library of 31,000 volumes'.
Tho 8ummer Quarter 'offers special
opportunltlec to students, teachers,
FOR ANNOUNCEMENT ADDRESS
Dean of law School, University of Chicago
Get your Punches,
Sherbets, and Ice
given to Student
Spoons and Glass
es furnished free.
Ice Cream Co.
Seventh and L Streets
Bell 428 PHONES Auto 1228
a certain bunch of Crocks. And, be
ing accorded so much honor, the boll
became a thing for strife, and some
times wandered away from Its first
chosen home. Just now It Is away,
and in consequence tho Dolta Tau
Deltas aro looking askance at mem
bers of Phi Dolta Theta.
Tho bell which caused so much
trouble came to Lincoln sevoral years
ago. It rested peacefully for a whllo
In the sacred interior of tho Delta
Tau houBe. But ono night It wand
ered out under force of Phi Delta
lnfluen.ee and then for mnny months It
visited in that chapter house. Since
that first journoy, tho bell haB wand-
ered back and forth more than once.
Two years ago It decided to yield to
the ImplorlngB-of tho Tau Deltas and
it has since remajned with that ur
ganization. Last Saturday night tho Deltas had
their annual banqueWand no one was'
left to guard the coveted bell. Five
Phi Deltas, a rope and a ladder djd
the bsulness, and tho bell is now over
on S 8tre(St. Therefore tho Dolta Taus
aiu) vowing vongeanpo.
Frank Hawks, 1008, loft tho latter
part of last week for Salt Lake City,
Utah, wh.oro ho has accepted a posi
tion. nt - Ads
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AT THE PLAYHOU8E8.
For real fun no 'bettor place in the
city can bo found this week than "the
vaudeville program offerOd at the Ma
jestic. Every1 number Is a good
laugh producer; ' A hoadllpers tho
four Masons and Cdrrinnoo Frririces
are a big 'success In "A .Country
School." ' Tho act Is ono which re
minds tile students; of the Napahees
in the school sketch that mado such a
hit at tho same theatre early in
January, Corrino Frances is pretty,
and a "commodlenne qf first rank.
'Tho Dude Detective' In which
Byrop and Langdon get off several
exceeding humorous doings, ..mado a
big hit with thq hrst rilghtors,
Ethel Gllkoy, "That Chicago Girl
has some cloVer 'offerings that promise
to make her 'one of tho leading at
tractlons'bbforo tho cIobo of the week.
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"Play JBall," a big', scream by
Welch, Mealy and.Montroso, ia a real
dolight" for all sport loving fans. If
you want to, bo reminded that ,the
opening of tho gay old diamond 'days
is- only a few woeks off, seo this act,
Gardner.. and1 Itevere.'and tho riave
locks, in "Fun at a Five 6'cjpck Tpa,"
aro two other good number which
pleased last night.
Delta Upsllon ai)d Phi Gamma Delta V
f rnterhUlcs met: in; a practico game
Saturday '- morning''-' at which Delta', ,
Upsllon was victorious by. a score
pf 4 to 3. x
P. L. HALL, PrCieUal ,
. 1". K, JOHH80N, Vlce-FroUMt
BMAN O. VOX, CmJiIw
W. W. HACKNEY Jr., A. Omw
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