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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1911)
START OF WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Not Idle Talk
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thus we refer to our showing of
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Let us show you what wonderful val
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We Save You Money
AH Souls1 Church, Unitarian
H and V2t1n. Sts.
ARf HUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister
Sunday, Oct. 29, 10:45 Subject: "Be Ye Therefore Perfect."
fleeting of Students' Liberal Religious-Union at 12:00.
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' All Youn People; arc Cordially invited
-Visit our Soda Fountain
Hot and Cold Drinks
Huyler Choc, and Bon Bons
Student's Lunch 15c
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The Illustration given above wa o taken during the first Inning of the
recent series between the Giants and Athletics. Collins Is at bat, with
Mathewson pitching and Meyers catching.
ATHLETICS HAVE TITLE
ABE WORLIMAMPS AGAIN
A Bocond time world's champion
team, wero Connie Mack's little oand
when the world's series of 1911 closed
at Shlbe Park Thursday afternoon.
The Athletics walloped the Giants 13
to 2 In the final garao, Bonder and
Thomas doing the battery honors for
Brains, speed and cleverness, and
lots of other things' made up the
Mack team this year, and they most
decisively have proyon that tho title
Which Connie copped out last year
from tho CubB, was not stolen nor
given to them hy Fate.
Score by innings:
R H B
Giants ....100000001 2 4 2
Athletics . 0 .0 X X Q-1 1 JL 13 13 6
Batteries Amos,- Wlltae ., and Mey
ers; Bonder and Thomas..
STUDENTS CtiKR iAT RALLY
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on me ueiu uaturaay aiternoon. cuan
collor Avery was cheered again and
again. -'..' ,
8tlehm. Makes Good Talk.
He was followed by E. O, Stiehmi
all year coach, who Implanted himself
still moro1 deeply in the estimation of
Cornhuske'r students by the straight
forward and manly address ho made.
Coach Stlehm also complimented his
men, and said that although ho knew
Missouri had a strong team and would
put up a mighty strugglo, ho was op
timistic as to the outcome. Thomas
H. Matters Jr" former stpr Cornhusker
tackle, and last year's guard on tho
famous Harvard All-Amerlcan team,
which defeated the Carlisle Indians,
was tho next Bpeaker. He compli
mented tho school oh Its. newly ac
quired spirit, and assured tho stu
dents that thoy'had a much stronger
team li reality than tho Minnesota
score might indicate. v Matters has
been coaching in ttio( east for tho past
three years, so his judgment: s well
Team Called Fto. '' i ,
CapUIn'Sh6nkaj Owen; and . Ernie
Frank. Elliott. Hornbhi-r 'i rlrrn
Potter, Pearsori. Harmon.' ada'.AHHiat.
opXJpach Harveyi ilathbbnoi)!all ro-
talks, and tho rallyoloibd with the
"Cornhusker" sung by the whole
Verne Bates was platform manager.
Bob Hawloy and Leslie Hyde led the
Here and Ther
Joseph Bradenberg '02, of Omaha
and Charles Kelsey, 05, of -Norfolk,
visited .yeBtordfrttftbtf Oim Thet
Chi fraternity house.
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