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THE DAILY KEBRASKAN
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.;..' NOVEMBER 4, 1910.
Heal ,NbbraBka spirit bubbled .ovor
last-njght. For the auko or nil you
hVldJuoar do not lot anybody turn It
Th football, team no doubt felt tlmt
they,vwero.api)roclntcd. The efforts of
ovbfy Btudont InBt night were centered
In ranking enough iioIbo to bo henrd
at Lawrence; We sincerely hope
that a blaze, of lire similar to the one
of lastnlght can move up O street
IfXtve win from Kansas we can cele
brate In n proper ninnnor If you savo
your torches. Keep them. Nebraska
students must celebrate a victory over
tho Jayhawkers. Get ready for a big
pnrndo nnd n monsJLpr bonllro.
The University KuiiBnn comes forth
In its last IB8U0 with a icrt bit of edl
torial which reads as follows:
"Nebraska haB always assumed a
THE DAILY? NEBRASKAN
$4.00 and $5.00 Values Upstairs
Bllghtly 'uppish' air In discussing ath
letics with the University of KansaB,
as if tho C6rnhU8kers were conferring
a favor by scheduling, games with the
Jayhawkers. ' Probably the fact that
XobraBka'pctB to play some games
with the big teams to tho north and
east is responsible for the attitude. A
. comparison of .results of Nebraska
Kansas football games shows that our
neighbors in, tho north have nothing
on' us in tho matter of gridiron skill,
"Each scnool has eighgames to its
credit. The contest next Saturday has
additional interest since the tie .will
then bo played .off, and one institution
will be able, for a year nt least, to
claim superiority oyer the other."
5 Of all the Jealous. Individual the
JayhawkerB are certainly tho limit.
Not satisfied with winning the Mis -
. spurl Valley championship, hoy 'come
1tt MA1, T1(U Qfvi-
-i-T iiwi.i i nrtiuu uiitci,.
Has those SNAPPY, NEW SHOES
with HIGH TOE Aiid HEEL
0'r-i A&foir ttie POMPADOUR r
Uni sRepublican Club
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HAY WARD TO SPEAK
back with the Idea thnt for tho reason
thnt Nebraska hns a footbnll gnmo
with Mlnnesotn ilhnunlty thnt tho
Cornhuskers nro "uppish." Wo feel nt
Nebraska thnt- wo have got tho best
school In tho United Stntes nnd If
there Is nny school' In this section of
the country thnt hns a hotter football
tonm than tho U. of N. then wo will
gladly take off our hnt to them.
Evidently tho Jayhawkers havo got
n slight rosomblnnco to that "funny
feeling," and rathor tromblo in tliolr
shoeB ovor tho coming invnBion of tho
Cornhuskers into tho Sunflower state.
Como on, Kansas, stand up nnd tnke
your medicine, nnd don't commence to
got tho "sour grapes" Iden. Ir your
athletic management is unable to
schedule gnmos with Minnesota or nny
team of similar standing niter you
hnvo won tho Missouri Vhlley cham
pionship for two years in succession,
then get a now athletic manager or
make a revision of some sort; but
don't sny thnt Blmply because --Nebraska
hns a chnnco to piny teams of
Jt IeliBjtlndips thn. she Is "uppish."
Be men. KnnBns, be men; don't play
tho fox stunt nnd mnke your state
ments resound with "sour grapes."
Bowdoln is to hnvo n new .bonrd
track, for which tho fnculty will give
as much ns tho student body.
All Kansaa university organizations
must submit their accounts bfannu
ally to a committee of tho faculty.
Tho Junior class at Northwestern
has elected ten men fo.r chnpol hsh.
ora. This custom was established
The Michigan debating Bquad has
started work on the trl-univorsity
debate. The subject was announced
several weeks ago,
There are twenty-six "preacher stu
dents" In Nebrnska Wcsieyan univer
sity, Lincoln, who have regular
charges. . .
The University - of Nevada took
forty prizes for llvo, stock at tho. Cali
fornia state fair this year.
Illinois university has. u married
o,lub among its organlza-
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II O'CLOCK MONDAY
All University organizations are re
quested to send in announcements
which they desire to have published.
Footbnll game. Nebrnskn vs. Kan
sas. Aal J.mvrenco, Saturday, No
A meeting of the University Agri
cultural club will be held Saturday at
8 p. m. in tho Temple.
Tho Kearnoy club will meet in tho
banquet hall of the Temple Saturday
at 8 p. m.
Tho Komensky club will meet Sat
urday at 8 p. m. nt 219 South Twenty
Senior breakfast will bo .held Satur
day, November 5. Students to take
cara nt Ninth and O streets at C:30
Dramatic Recital, -
MIbb Alice Howell will give an Inter
protatlovo reading of "Jeanne d'Arc"
in the Temple, Saturday at' 8 p. m.
Intercollegiate cross country race
to tuke placo at Madison this year
instead of Chicago.
A Vassar graduate has entered tho
dairying course at Missouri. Sho owns
and runs a farm.
W W 1415 O ST.
A co-operative book store is to bo
started at tho Univorslty of -Minnesota.
Tho only college paper In the world
that is a member of tho Associated
Press is the Dally Prlncetonlan.
At the University of Minnesota the
80-eds are making use of tho swim
ming pool in large numbers.
Eighteen nationalities are repre
sented la tho Cosmopolitan club at
tho University of California,
The senior mechanicals of Ken
tucky state university havo adopted
tho custom of going bareheaded on
the campus. On the other hnnd, all
freshmen are to wear their head
gear or lose their hair.
COLLEGE SHOE STORE
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SetfQur Wihdow. I
HE dcTyTVill soon fee. crisp
jjlv and cool Nature will don
- her glorious Autumn garb
And then you 11 want that Fall suit
We advise a Kirschbaum Suit as being the best medium to
put yourself in touch with"the spirit of the season
Carefully selected all-wool fabrics, in tweeds, worsteds, chev
iotsthe BEST the mills turn out.
Each carefully hand-tailoredcach shape permanently and
carefully sewn into the shrunken canvas and hair-cloth' found
ation by experts
"All-Wool" Raincoats and Topcoats in endless variety
some all silk lined Raincoats all proofed by the best process
The Kirschbaum label is the identification mark of the best
clothes made at the price.
Prices $15 to 25
Palace Clothing Co.
1419 O St.
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For Lunches Put Up fpr Parties,
also Ice Cream and College Ices, and
Fruit Punches Call at
THE FOLSOM, 1307 O St.
2 Days Sale of
Men's $3.50 and
$4.00 Shoes for
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Thursday morning we placed
on sale 665 pairs of new sea
sonable Shoes in popular lasts
and leathers. Styles to suit all
from tfre extreme novelty lasts
for young-men to the
more conservative lasts
for men who prefer
aualitv to stvle in Gun
metal calf, patent colt, yici kid and tan calf .
Tfiese are all welted soles and t come in either Button orlace,
someare blucher cut. Sizes range 5 to 14, widths A A to.E
We "will also include in this lot a number of splendid
shoes in which we haye only the narrow widths but they
are regular $5 and $6 Shoes On sale Fri. and Sat. at $.286
AND BON BONS
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