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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1910)
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TOff DAHLY NEBRASKAN
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lJAUBER SHOPS .
IfOOK STORES .' '
Co-op. - .
J. 0 Wood & Co.
.loo, Tho' Ta4or.
Magoo & Doqmpr
Mayor Broa, .
Palaco Clotfalng Co.
Hpolor & Slniqn
ArmatrouR Clothing Co.
: Gregory . '"
Lincoln Catjdy Kitchen.
Miller & Pane
. lludgo & Gucnr.ol
DRUGGISTS . .
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' OHAPIN DROS.
Magco & Doemor
Pnlaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
Siiolcr & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Armstrong plothtog Co.
Magco & Dcomor
Pnlaco Clothing Co.
Rudge & Guonzol
STpeier &Slmon "
Franklin Ico Croatp Co.
Thornbufg'8. " "
', Boston Lunob
Y. M. C. A. Spa
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Rogers & PwktwrJ
Miller ft Plk: k ..
i SHOE REPAIRING"
; Skirt Store
U Elliott Bros. ' -,
'. 'drags ,
Joe, The TakUr.,
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GOPHERS HAVE EA8Y
L088 0FPETRA8HEK AT CENTER
FELT BY LOCAL FIVE.
PERRY AM WOOD ARE THE STAR
Coming Contests With Jayhawkers to
Bo Watohed With Interest Kan-
aa.-Flvc Still Undefeated No-
braska and Ames May Tie
dofontcd tho Cornhuurtors by a acoro
of .33 to 14. Tho Qophera had aubBtl
ttltos In cvory position and easily, won
from the Nebraskans.
Nebraska put up a hard fight In tho
first half and for a short time it lookod
llko they would cortalnly bo victori
ous. In the second half Minnesota's
ontlro flm team went In and from
that tlmo on tho outcome was never
in doubt. Perry nnd Wood played
especially well. Tho former distin
guished himself by throwing six out of
seven chances for free goals. The
scoro at tho end of the first half was"
11 to 8 for Minnesota.
This game does not materially affect
Nebraska's barketball standing, as the
two Bchools do not belong to the samo
conference. The llno-up:
Andorson r. f Hutchinson
Grant 1. f Perry
Giltmau e Hlltner
Prank r. g Wood
Roblllard 1. g Amberson
Substitutes: Minnesota Lyford,
L.awl6r, Hanson, Walkor, Grimes, Ros
en wald, nnd Wauloss. Nebraska
Field Goals Grant (3), Roblllard,
Lawlor (3), Roscnwald, Walker (2),
Preo Goals Anderson (3). Hanson
(2). Perry (0).
Tho Until gamoB of Nebraska's bas
ketball schedulo will be played next
Friday and Saturday nights, when the
fast .llvo. from tho University of Kan
sas will meet tho Cornhuskers on the
local lloor. Those games will not de
termine tho standing of either team
but aro simply return games of those
played at Lawrence earlier in tho sea
son. Tho Jayhnwkers have a fast quin
tette. Their team is the 'same one
which won tho Missouri Valley chain
plonshlp last year, and so far this
year they have not lost a single gnnib.
Captain Perry Is determined to win
from tho Knnsnns In the coming
games, qud ho has much better pros
pects of doing so than ho had when
his team left for Kansas several
Threo men who played against
Kansas In January aro out of tho
gamo. D. ('. Mitchell, who was one of
the stars lif those two games, has
been declared Ineligible by tho eli
gibility ' comiuUtee. 'Ingersoll, guard
has graduated from tlio Industrial col
lego, and PetraBhek, tho stoady center,
has left school and will not bo back
until next year. Thp loss of these
three men has caused tho team to bo
severely crippled, but tho rest of tho
mon have improved so remarkably
sjneo the former games with Kansas
that tho Jayhawkers will nqt.flnd such
nu easy victory awaiting hoc as she Is
NqbraBka 'now , has,,, a record of bIx
gamps won and two lost. Ames has
a record .of flvo won and two lost. If
Ames succeed In defeating Drako in
tho gamo which Is still to bo played,
Nebraska, and AmPa W'H D tied fo'r
uio cp.nmp.ionsnlp of too nprtuorn sec
tion of tho Missouri Valloy confer
ence. Tho two Jieams will tho'n play
off the championship ancj the winning
oam wllj th,on mriot JCansas fo'jf thq
championship of tho Valley.
Ames and Nobraska have made no
definite arrangements for,-thq .playing
of those charapI6nshtj games, sliould
a tie result. Managor Eagej, thqugb
hag proposed thp, subject o the Anjqs
management, and no delay wjll roBiiT
If Amps dafpat Drako, sa ?arrapgp
roppfs. ifor ihp chimplob'shlp' serlpa
can be quickly piadp.
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Oliver Theatre Tonight
Wm. II. Crnno comes to tho Oliver
thcator tonight is one of thq most im
portant events of tho theatrical sea
son. Mr. Crnno will be seen In Georgo
Ado's clevor comedy "Fathor and the
Boys" which has mot with remarkable
success both oast and west. For four
months Mr. Crane appeared in the
ldrty to crowded houses at tho Empire
thcator In Now York and ho also had
a long and successful engagement in
"Fathqr and the Hoys" Ih American
to the coro and gives Mr, Crahp great
er opportunities to display ills rare
talents as a comedian than perhaps
any play he has ever hud. That Mr.
Crano thoroughly enjoys tho rolo of
Lemuel Morewood Is evident to all
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who seo him in tho character. Tho
story deals with the broach which
comes betweon. tho father nnd IiIb two
sons. Tho old gentleman, who has ac
cumulated a fortune in Ills business,
ennnot got away from tho simple
tastes ho acquired when a country lad.
Tho story Is told in Mr. Ada's hap
piest manner and tho dialoguo is
bright and snappy. Laughs are freoly
distributed throughout with now and
then a pit of pathos -which adds to
the valuo of tho play. Charles Frob
man has surrounded Mr. Crnno with
a strong company iricludjng Margaret
Dale as leading woman, Louis Massen.
Percy Brooko, Forrest Orr, Sidnoy
Blair, Elsa Payne, Vivian Martin,
Adele Clarke, Mildred Bovorly and
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