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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1911)
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THE DAILY- NEB;BABKAN
MISSOURI DOWNED BY
K .vFASTER CORNHUSKERS
-' Continued from Pjiko 1
thrpugh, Cohen and Parker were
great, point makers for tlio TlgerB.
lOarly'liv tho second half Edwnrdft fell
on. tile bnck df his head and It wob
neqbflsUry to take time out, A few
moments later ho foil again and CaM
Ho' Went In to take. IiIb plueo.
How They Did It. '
The Beore In detail whb aB follows:
' MIsftbuiM PohIb. OoalB. throws.
Cohen, rf J I 0
Parker. It. ....... :i 2
PurkhlBor. e 2 T
tfdwiird, rg 0 0
HurniB, lg 1 0
OastUo.-'Bub. rg I 0
typjbruaka KouIb. OoalB. throwB.
Gibson, rf 1
HutchltiBon. If. .. 0
Hlltnor, c "I
Frank, rg :i
Wallers, sub. If.
First Second Final
half. half, score.
Referee Robert .W. Stephens.
The Kansas Game.
! Tun second contoBt of the Kansas
i Nebraska doublc-hoader aeries, played
on the ftrmory floor Saturday night.
'resulted In a decisive victory for the
Co r n li us k e r five. Although t lie score
wn Virtually a tie at' tho cIobo of the
ftrat half, it wob apparent that the op
poBltirin to tho locals wa weakening,
and at the finish of the game Nebrns-
m f ft i n O Ph O "2 we place on sale our entire stock
LcU Llllg I CU. y of Men's and Youn? Men's Trous
ers at the following: prices. Remember this includes our entire
stock. Sale lasts just Five Days.
Three Price Lots---$2.50 to $7.50 Pants
New Spring Hats Ready
For Your Inspection.
ka had ucquired a lead of ten points.
Tho Nebraska boys certainly played
in good form in the Saturday game. It
was evident from the time that the
whistle first sounded that the locals
were going to retrieve their right to
the ohumplonBhip over Kansas, which
they nominally lost In tho even break
on the Inwrence floor two weeks ngo.
They inanireBter TITo direct results or
weeks of rigoroiiB training ond de
fined coaching which has been their
lot the paat few weeks. In fact, It was
generally declared that If the all-year-round'
coach basiB had been estab
lished a year ago, the .prospects- for
Nebraska basketball championship
would have been strongly affirmative.
"Skinny" Hiltnor showed a remark
able prowoBB in broaking up the for
mation plays, "Jimmy" Gibson ex
celled in finding the baskots at for-
"WjrrTT; probably playing evenf "more
consistently thnn did Frank, although
Frank was an indisputable co-worker
in locating the ring for goals. Hutch
inson and Carrier both watched the
goal of the opposition for any attempt
ed "assaultB." and were there with tho
goods like a team of goats.
A meeting of tho Junior class will
be held jn the Temple theater at 11:30
ninr-Thursday for the .purpose-ofr
electing minor ofTlcrB.
H. B. PEARSE,
Starting Today we offer the men of Lincoln the opportu
nity to secure the choice of all our Men's Fancy Suits and
Overcoats, worth $18, $20, $25,
$30.00 and $35.00 for exactly
Nothing like this has been offered you before. It is simply the
. biggest and best offer we have ever made. Come now and choose
from more suits and overcoats than are to be found in any of the
four stores in Lincoln. There are plenty of high grade Hart Schaff
ner & Marx suits, also other makes that toe the mark in quality,
style and workmanship with this famous make of good clothes.
Do not overlook our' remarkable Odd Trouser offer. All
men's odd trousers that formerly sold for
$5.00,. $6, $6.50, $7, $7.50 arid $8, your choice
rt'jwi' - ' . k -I I.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
- -$ $..;
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