The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 18, 1909, Image 4

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Business Directory Every loyal,
University student is Urged to patron
Iso Uiobo Nobraskan advortlBcrs, and
to mention tho Nobraskan while do
Ing bo.
BANK8
First Trust St Savings
BAKERIES
Folaom
BARBER SHOPS
Qroen'H
BATH HOUSES
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ChrlB.
BOOK STORES
Co-op.
Unlvoristy
CLEANERS
J. 0 Wood & Co, .
Weber's Sultorlum.
Joe, The Tailor.
Tod Marrlnor. ,
CLOTHING
Farquhar
Mageo & Dootnor
Mayor BroB.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spoier & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Corf's.
COAL
Grogory
Whitebreast
CONFECTIONERY
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
Tommy
DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln
DENTISTS
J: R. Davis.
DRY GOODS
Millor & Palnb
Rudge & Guenzol
DRUGGISTS
Riggs
ENGRAVERS
Cornell
FLORISTS
C. H. Froy
Froy & Frey
FURNISHINGS
Budd
Fulk
Magoo & Deemer
Mayer Bros.
Palace Clothing" Co.
Rudge & GUenzel
Spoier & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Corfa.
HATTBRd
Budd
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Armstrong Clothing Co.
Mogee & Deemer
Mayer BroB.
Palace Clothing Co.
Rudge & Quonzol
Spolcr & Simon
ICE' CREAM .. '
franklin Ico Cream Co.
JEWELERS
Hallott
Tucker
LAUNDRIES '
Evans
OPTICIANS
Shean
Howe.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Townsend
PRINTERS
George Bros.
Simmons
Van Tine
RESTAURANTS
Boston Lunch
Cameron's
Y. M. C. A. Spa
RAINCOATS
Goodyear Raincoat Co.
SHOES
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Beckman Bros.
Budd
Men's Bootory
Rogers & Pbrklns '
Mayor Bros.
Miller & Paine
Corf's.
SKIRTS
Skirt Store
TAILORS
Elliott Bros.
Gregory
ibrzog
poo, The Tailor.
THEATERS
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CONFERENCE TO MEET TOMOR
ROW IN REqUL'AR 8E88ION.
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TO DI'.CUSS REfORM IN THE RULES
Chicago Story Has It That Confer
ence Men Will Consider Ad
mission of Corn
huskers. Nebraska's admission to the "Dig
Eight" or her maintenance ns an In
dependent school will b6 settled at a
mooting of the conference in Chicago
tomorrow riftprnoon, according to a
Chicago report. Although Nohrnska
oflicialH know nothing of it, the Chi
cogo dopesters glvo Nebarska a place
among the schools seoklng admission
to the western conference.
While it is quite likely that Ne
braska would Join the conference in a
hurry if asked, the question has been
a "dead one" so far aB the Cornhusk-
eiB are concerned for two yoars pant.
The (;hlcngo dream is tho first news
that has come us to tho immediate
position of Nebraska in tho estima
tion of the1 conference mombecs. Fol
lowing Ih tho Item published In the
Chicago Tribune rolatlvo to thu con
ference meet:
Meets Tomorrow.
"Whether tho conference moot will
go to Chicago, Illinois, or somewhere
else, and whethor Notre Dame, Ne
braska, Marquette, or Lawrence, which
are doslrous of Joining tho conference
association, will be admittedfl will be
decided Friday aftornoon at tho Chi
cago Beach hotel. Prof. T. F. Moran-.
chairman of the conference commit
tee has set this as the time for the
meeting. "
"Football rulQB and tho need of re
forms will bo discussed informally at
tho meeting. Full arrangements for
tho annual cross-country race will be
made and tho -details wllf bo made
known to tho graduato committee,
which will handle tho run Saturday
morning. ,
"Enetries for the rnce are In the
handB of Harry I. Allen and Include
tho following seven teams: Chicago,
Nebraska. Purduo, Wisconsin, Minne
sota", Ames, and the . University of
Ixwa. Nebraska, "winner of tno race
the ltfs't two tlmoB, is 'tho., favorite
again."
Who Is Second?
Chicago, Nov, 17. Noxt-Saturday's
football game between Chicago and
Wisconsin, which will be piayed at
Marahall field, will dotormlno which
eleven will land second place In the
ranking of the conference colleges.
Tho unexpected trouncing the Badg
ers received last Saturday in tho Min
nesota struggle should make Chicago
a favorite In this contest. The Go
phers were developed to a greater
height of football perfection than
when they met tho Maroons, but they
Were without the services of Capt.
McGovern, who made all Minnesota's
scores possible In the Chicago game.
On the bthor hand. Wisconsin had am
ple time to prepare for the struggle,
and It' Is safe to say tho Badgers wore
dovoloped to a high degree of ef
ficiency for their gamo with tho Go
phers. Chicago's showing against Minne
sota undoubtedly was more Impres
sive than tho Badgers.' When Stugg's
eleven mot tho northerners four of his
best players were badly crippled and
were unable to do themselves or the
team justice. However, Chicago
fought Minnesota for every yard de
spite this handicap, and If McGovern
hud not possessed tho ability to
kick goals from tho field the final
score would huve been 11 to 6.
Badgers Quit In Second Half.
In this battle Chicago fought hard
all tho time and was playing bettor
football near the close of tho strug-,
glo than Minnesota. In their battle
with the Gophers, the Badgers seemed1
to weaken In tho seqond period and to
allow tho northerners to trample over
them and gain when and where they
'pleaded' ..At., notlmo In.tTio JpJmjfc
Wisconsin s aeienso snow as strung
as Chicago's against tho samo team.
Tho heavy attacks directed at .the
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uaugor tackled woro far moro offoc-,
Mlva ttinvi i U -lt.l i t,
while tho number of open field tackles
missed, especially to Moll, madq the
Badgers look weak In this dojmrt
mont. Wisconsin's declBlve, doreat Is Oko
ly to affect Us playing against Chi
cago, for It Is mighty hard for any
cloven to recover from a, drubbing In
one week and play good football In lb
next contest. Tho BadgorB realize
they are out of the running for the
conference titlo and they are apt to.
Blight thqlr praqUco so that tho host
results will nbtbo" roallzed. '
Harvard Worries About Fish.
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 17. Capt.
Fish waB again absent from the line
up of the Harvard football team dur
ing the two hours of practice In the
stadium yoBterday.
While tho medical attendant of tho
team states his condition is not seri
ous, tho undergraduate body 1b un
easy because of rumors that tho cap
tain's playing ability has been im
paired. To fill Fish's ploce at right
tackle, L. Wlthlngton was taken from
left guard and Perkins, a substitute
center, assigned to Wlthlngton's
placo. The team lined up against tho
scrubB, tho latter using supposod Yale
.formations.
Although tho work was hard, It was
not In tho nature of a game, no tack
ling being nllowcd and the coachers
Interrupting the play frequently for
advlco.
Yale Has Last 8crlmmago.
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 17. Yalo
football players yesterday plunged
through what tho coaches say will bo
tho only scrimmaging between tho
Harvard and Princeton games. It last
ed ten minutes. Savage was usod at
full back and -headed tho attacks of
tho varsity scoring machine for two
touchdowns.
The ttrst Btring rush line was on
duty with tho exception of right end,
where Savago and Brooks alternated.
Tho coaches have not decided whether
to use tho former there or In the
back field. Howo ran tho 'eleven at
quarter back. All the varsity playors
were back on tho field.
Orders for today Included Only sig
nal rehearsal and tho eleven -will not!
don suits Thursday. They loave
Thursday nobn for tho Auburndale
training quarters.
8now Covers Northrop Field.
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 17. Bight
Inches of snow cbvdr Northrtoli field,
b0t under tho flakes is 'a blanket of
sfy-aw nearly two feet thick which pro
tects tho ground from freezing or get
ting wet. ' Manager Leach Is doing all
fh his power to keep the gridiron In
good condition for tho Michigan game
ctod tho followers look for sonlo bril
liant open work In the final battle of
tho year.
Yesterday the squad worked Indoors'
,for a short signal land formation drill.
The playerB have recovered from the
effects of tho Badger game, and with
(he exception Of Pettljohn are in tho
pink of condition. Gopher partisans
hope to ceo Capt. McGovern back at
quarter, but he Is far frona being In
shape to oiiter the scrimmage and It
Ib not llkoly tho physicians will coun
tenance his playing. Atkinson, be
tfauBe of his good showing on Satur
day, probably will play quarter, with
Vidof or Pettljohn at end.
. Interest In the game 1b growing In
tonso and a crowd of 30,000 1b antici
pated. A largo delegation Is' coming
from Ann Arbor.
Iowa Works for Title Game.
Iowa City, la., Nov. 17. Iowa Is
working hard In preparation for the
decisive gamo for the Missouri Vallby
conference title n Lawronco, Kan.,
Satnrday.
Griffith is developing his "speed
formation" plays and they are proving'
good ground gainers. Onsldo kicks
tind other moro or less tricky plays
have been opened up, and tho qoach 1b
.prepared to unload his whole reper
tory on tho Jayhawkors Nov. 20.
011111111 lias been lucky' in having
better substitutes than usual this
yea, and. although Capt. Gross' in
jured shouldor still keeps him out of
ho gamo,wHull, Hooloy, Batoson. and
Hull are able to play loft trtckle, whllo
Alevandor, the colored man, has taken
I tho captain's pbBltlon at rlglit tackle.
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