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THI DAILY NXBftAIKAN
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ness men ' Lincoln are anxious to
serve the . University students. By
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MAY BAH NOTRE DAME MEN
MICHIGAN QUE8TION8 ELIGIBIL
' ITY OF THRE 8TAR8.
THE GAME IS IN THE BALANCE
Dlmmlck, Philbrook and Matthews
Bones of Contention Meeting
Has Not Been Called.
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Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 2. UnleBS
Notre Dame disqualifies threo of its
players, whose names aro included In
tho list received nore today, there is
a remote possibility that the Michigan
Notre Dame game, scheduled for next
Saturday, never will bo played; while
oven if the authorities do ngrco to n
compromise In order not to leave a
vacancy In- the schedule, the troublo
that has been precipitated probably
will result in a Soverance of athletic
relations botwoen Michigan and Notre
The establishment of a postofuce
on Princeton's campus Is being
Tho library of Pennsylvania now
contains 300,000 volumes and 50,000
In keeping tab on fraternities, the
University of Indiana has raised the
organization scholarship standing.
Becauso of promising track mate
rial, tho women Btudents at Syracuse
will hold a track meet.
Miller & Paine
Wharton's ; ,
Elliott Bros,;' a t
,. Ludwie "'
Michigan authorities refuse to dis
cuss tho situation, but It Is known that
the athletic officials wore In confer
ence during the greator part of tho
day. Tho threo players, whom Michi
gan is Buiuiosod to object aro Dlmmlck
vnd Philbrook, tho votoran tackles,
and Matthews, all of whom, it is al
legod, have played longer than, al
lowed by Michigan rules.
Director Bartelme refused today to
saj. whether or not the matter had
been taken up with tllb Notre Dame
authorities, but It is certain that the
matter hero Is In the handB of Prof.
Holbrook, chairman of the board of
Meeting Not Yet Called.
As the list of players whom Notre
Dnmo-is expected to use arrived only
last night no meeting of the Michigan
board has been held to investigate
whether the men whose eligibility is
questioned are eligible under Michi
gan's rules, which, according to tho
contract, are to govern this year's
Michlgan-Notre Dame game,
Probably the refusal of Prof. Hol
brook to discuss the matter is due as
much to the fact that Notre Dame
holds tho whip hand and. Michigan is
not anxious to assumo a position pub
licly from which later It may be mnde,
to recede. If Notro Dame "Insists on
using the three men Michigan either
will have to" acquiesce or cancel the
game and the latter course will not be
resorted to unless all attempts to
reach an amicable ngreoment fall.
Coach Yost has begun to fear that
overconfldonce may hurt Michigan's
chances 'in the game, so he has for
saken Ills optimistic attitude. Tonight
ho gave the players it long lecture on
the possibility of holding Longman's
men too cheaply.
Yost Wacns His Men.
v "You can bet tho Irishmen will' be
working six or eight hours a. day get
ting ready for us," said he, "and there
won't be eight .or ton,costly fumbles,
They looked .bad last Saturday, but
that's going to make It all the harder
for us." , .
- A hard rain proveuted the dally
scrimmage onlght and Yost let tho
men off within hard signal drill. All
the regulars were in the-tlno-up, which
was the samo as ntthe beginning ol
the Syracuse game.
Advertisements for this column
should be left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
Tween 'IT aTlrn "alfcnz m., or between"
2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Song for the Ames-Nebraska game.
Two tlckots to the game will bo given
for the best parody on a popular song.
Send all songs to the Nebraskan office
The principle upon which flying
machines are constructed and oper
ated are being Btudled nt the Univer
sity of Wisconsin this year.
Y. M. C. A. Employment Bureau
wants men to tend furnaces In private
families for room.
Wanted Man to do Janitor work
for room and board.
Walter Wanted First man to apply
gets job. Y. M. C. A., Temple, 1 to 2
p. m. 28-2t
-Good double room.
For Rent One Inrge front room
down stairs, $15. Two large front
rooms upstairs, $8. All furnished
modern. 1328 T St. 2G-Bt
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$6 rents any make of typewriter
with stand for three months. Rent
applied if machine Is purchased. Lin
coln Typewriter Exchange, 122 No.
11th. Richards block. You pass our
store every day. tf
For Stile Due bill on lending pho?
tographer In Lincoln. See Nebraskan
mnnnger. ' tf.
Lost Pair of glasses, In case, and
black Watorman's fountain pen. Re
turn to Ray office for reward'.
Found Two bladod knife on Ath
letic Held, which owner may obtain at
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all, students, tvnen qualified. Write
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Plnnlnnati. Phlladelnhia.. Momnhls
Michigan university has "awarded a navnnnnrt T . Columbia. S. O.. PnH,
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