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THE DAILY NEBRABKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TIIK PHOPIOnTY OF
THE UNIVIOttBITY OP N13DRA8KA,
TUB STUDIONT PUHLICATION BOARD
Editor 8am R. Duck
Managing Editor....... ...A. H. Dlnimore
Associate Editor..' F. C. McConnell
Assoclato Editor E. O. Graves
Manager ' V. C. Hasoall
Assistant Manager .'. ..C. C. Buchanan
(Circulation Manager J. V. Morrison
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Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nobrnflka, as second-class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congrcus of March 3,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1911
TO MAKE A FOOTBALL TEAM.
Something. Iobb than ono hundred
husky Bpoclmona of manhood, a hlgh
pricod coach and sovoral thousand
studonta and alumni aro now ongaged
3.50 Why Pay
, in making a football, toam to ropre
Our fast littlo managor has slipped
a schedule ovor on us that is some
thing torriflc, wo boliovo unequalled
, in our history, if not in that of any
cbllogo. MlnnoBota, Michigan, AmcB,
Kansas and Missouri must bo beaten.
Five big gamos flvo big toamB, all
to bo boaton by littlo old Sylvia
Shonka and hor strlpod athlotcs. It
is Bomo job, and it will roquiro some
team, to pull it, off.
Did wo hoar someono Bay wo
GET THAT GUY!
Wo can and wo will. ThlB is no
freshwater collego to bo Beared blue
in tho faco by th6 sound of some
Wo do not Hood tho All-Amorican
as do Yalo and narvard, but thoro
"havo boon yoars, and not so long ngo
oithor, whon tho All-Missouri Valloy
would havo looked llko a bUBhol of
doughnuts without our Cornfed
Our Cottons and our Matters, who
woro good men for us, but not good
enough for Brer Camp, go into tho
offoto East and tear tho shoos oft tho
All-Amorican boautlps, rip groat holes
in tho Ihio, and reap a lino of hull
dog typo clear across a doublo sport
pago in Boston.
Why, thon, should wo doubt that
monjust liko them can hold tholr own
nnd bottor with any toam tho West
can Bond againBt us? Why?
Wo havo tho speed; wo havo tho
beef and brawn; wo havo tho cool
head and tho quick hand. Wo need
Pure cold unadulterated NERVE.
Wo want to boliovo that no lino
littlo own, and that no ono olso can
That Is a proso statomont of tho
foo'lings that should lnsplro ovory
Cornhuskor during tho coming Rea
son, bo ho team-man, bloachorlto, or
bo ho a girl.
Mako yourself realize that this 1b
NEBRASKA that wo havo a foot
ball toam just a littlo bit bottor than
anyono olso can show us, and whon
wo look back on Iho season of 1911
from boyond tho goal of Thanksgiv
ing, our path will resomblo Main
stroot, India, just aftor tho passing of
tho car of Juggornaut.
' BAKEFV8 CAFE, "tho bost in tho
west." Reasons why. Best meats,
boat coffoo, modorato pricos. Bost
orchestra ovory evening.
RU8H WEEK VI8ITOR8.
Many old gradB and ox-momberB of
tho variouB fraternities havo beon on
tho campus during rush wook.
Tho moBt prominont aro as fol
lows: John Brain, Harold Matters,
W. A. Unslckor, Q. Jounad, Harold
Bolster, Howard Thomas, Warren
Kompton, Carol Boldon, Walter Ken
nor, Dale McDonald, E. M. Burnett,
A. O. Wheolock, and L. R. Hoggolund,
all of Omaha; C. D. Porrln, Hast
ings; H. H. Whoolor, Minneapolis;
Mark C. Lasch, West Point; Don
Hunt, Morgan, Mo.; Ralph Kissing
or, Falrflold; E. T. Robinson, Water
loo; Stowart Boll, York; P. J. Bock
origo, Fairbiiry; George Dolo, Blair;
R. E. Woavorling, North Bond; E.'D.
MunBon, Aurora; Bob Reddish, Alli
ance; B. A. Bowers, Steamboat
SprlngB, Colo.; and M. A. Curry,
Jofforson City, Mo.
CATHOLICS COME TO LINCOLN.
National Convention to Be Held In
Lincoln This Year.
Tho national convention of tho
Catholic Studonts' club will bo held
in Lincoln this year. This was de
cided at tho convention hold at Min
neapolis last year.
Tho NobraBka society Is ono of
tho chapters of a national organiza
tion which haB chapters in tho Btato
universities and Cathollo academlcB.
Thoro woro 150 Catholic students
laBt soaBon, and about fifty now stu
donts nro oxpocted this year.
Tho club Is planning a reception
for thoso new studontB to bo hold In
tho music room of tho Tomplo, Fri
day ovonlng at 8:150. BiBhop Tihon,
Congressman Magulro and Fathor
Bradloy aro oxpocted to bo guests.
Moderate prices, prompt sorvico
Mlllor & Paino Tea Room.
ALUMNI MEDICS MEET.
Second Annual Week to Be Held at
Tho Alumni Association of tho Col
logo of Medicine will hold Its "Second
Annual Alumni Wook" In Omaha,
Nov. G to 11. Last year sixty alumni
woro present. Tho attendance is ox
pocted to exceed 150 this year.
Tho foronoons will bo given dvor to
clinics at tho difforont hospitals.
Round-tablo discussions, lectures, and
amusomonts will occupy tho after
noons and ovenlngs.
;DaInty lunches,' modorato prices
Minor & Paino Tea Room.
Agents for- UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
The Spalding c- ;j!ker
Gym Shoes s. s. shean
Eloctrlc Shoo Repairing whllo you wait OPTICIAN
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CLEANERS and DYERS C-Mi?r
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129 South llth St., Lincoln, Neb.
Every man who cares any thing at all about his personal appearance
knows that only a first-class merchant tailor can furnish the sort of
clothes that will give him that look of distinction that a well-grom-ed
and well dressed man shows. At 129 So. llth Street the firm of
Flqdeen & Brethouwer maintains a large show window that is al
ways filled with a line of goods that are equal to the display of any
tailoring establishment to be found in the west. The prices quoted
on these goods attract attention, and the workmanship and fit is all
that could be desired. Here you can buy tailor-made good at hand-me-down
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1325 to 1331 N Street
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the. Little Build
can stop us, noback run us down;
that football was invented for our
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St,
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