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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1910)
THJS DAILY NIBRA'IKAN
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The following merchants and buil
nets men of Lincoln are anxious to
serve the University students. By
placlrig their advertisements In the
columns of the Dally Nebraskan they
how, that they Want your trade. And
you may be sure that the merchant
who Is willing to make a little effort
to get your patronage Ja the one who
Is going to treat you 'honestly and
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It. So you as wejl as the Nebras
kan will profit by trading with these
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CLEANERS - Vj
J. C. Wood & Co. .
. Wobor's Sultorlum '
Windsor Sultorlum ' '
' Mngoo & Deonier
?'Valnco Clothing Co.
f Speier & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Hutchlna & Hyatt
Lincoln Candy Kltchon
DEATHS DUE TO FOOTBALL
TWENTY-TWO men met end in
A NUMBER ARE INJURED ALSO
RECORD OF DEATH8 IN 1009 WA8
Record Is Not Complete, but New
Rules Have Aalded to Some'
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Mlllor & Paine
v Magoo & Doomer
, Mayor Bros..
. Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
r Spolpr & Simon
t Armstrong Clothing Co,
Armstrong Clothing 'Co.
Mngeo & Deomor
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spoler &. Simon
JEWELERS . ,..
Do Gaston & Houck
AI Btartllng toll of football casualties
has been sorved up since tho gridiron
gamo began two month b ago and with
the Thanksgiving gdmds yet unplayed
tho score of injured and dead Is not
Twenty-two deaths directly attrib
uted to football have been renorted.
This is eight less than last year's rec
ord, but thoro are still more games
and many Injured are hovering be
tween llfo and death In. college hos
pltals Many Injured.
In the numbor of players Borlously
injured all records have been broken
In 1910. The total of accidents which
did not result fatally Is 499, more than
twice tho record of last year and near
ly 200 more than in 1908, which until
now was tho most disastrous year.
AH the deaths nnd accidents of 1910
have occurred under the' new nilos
which football exports promised would
largely eliminate tho peril of tho game.
Tho game yaa divided into quarters
instead of halves, a plan to reduce the
accident list. Open play was substi
tuted for mass play that limbs and
skulls might uo spared from fracture
and overtaxed heartB got more fre
quent resting spells.
Seems More Dangerous.
under the now rules Is more dangerous
than over before. The safety rules
luie contributed 65 broken collar
bones, 40 broken legs, 37 broken noses,
30 broken ribs, 20 broken ankles, 17
broken fingers, 13- broken Bhouldors
and 11 broken wrists ns well as frac
tured other portions of the anatomy
to a generous degree.
Tho number of deaths among col-
lego players has been unusually large
this year and disputes the assertion
that men who nro properly coached
and trained are not in great peril;
Ralph Wilson, halfback on. tho Wabash
college team, died In St. Louis the
day following a game with the Univer
sity' of St. Louis.
The most recent' college death was
that of Rudolph Munk, captain of tho
University of West Virginia eleven,
who was killed on tho field in a game
with Bethany college.
TEGNER CLUB MEETS.
T Y. M. O. A, Spa
" Mljler & Paine
(iB. F. Swanson Co.;-,;.,
f.' Men's Bootery
v Mayer Bros,
i Miller & Paine
; Yates French; ,
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4 Sklrt Store
, Elliott BroB.
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Evening Program Held In Honor of the
Great Swedish Poet.
Tho Tegner club mot Saturday, No
vember 19, In Bclonce hall, Temple.
The Bubject of tho evening was
Runeberg. ono of Sweden's greatest
poets. Tho program:
Song. . . ... Alexis Quartet
Life of Runeberg Miss Anderberg
Vocal 'SdlbTTM'r. G. ATersHfcliignn)
Deadlng Vart Land
Mr. A. J. Wlcklund
Song ...Alexis Quartet
Interpretation Sven Dufra ,
Mr. J. E. Alexis
Singing by tho club.
The former Instructor in Swedish,
Dr. A. Nj Anderson, and Prof. Engborf
spoke a few words of encouragement
The Alexis Quartet Is composed or
the four Alexis brothers, two from
Rock Island, the, soloist from Michigan
and,. Air. J. E. Alexis, instructor of
Swedish and German In the university.
The quarters to sing for the Nebras
ka State Teachers' association, which
meets in Lincoln- this week, and at
convocation Tuesday mornlpg.
, About, thirty-five J were present,
nmone whom .were. Miss AlexlB, Wa-
hoo: Mr. P.'G. AndersonHaVelock;,
onlus, Lincoln. At the next meeting
of the club new, members will be
elected. ..... ,. .
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