The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 28, 1911, Image 4

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COLLEGIATE SPORTS
By Stuart Gould
GAMES IN VALLEY TODAY.
Nebraika-Mliiourl at Lincoln.
KanaaDrake at Lawrence.
Amei-Grlnnell at Iowa City.
TEMPLE DEFEAT8 FAIRBURY.
Haicalls Team Swamps Blue River
Boys 36-6.
By n Bcoro .of 36-G tho fast Tomplo
High school football olovon dofoatcd
tho Falrbury warrlorB on Nohraska
Flold yOBtorday.
Coach Haacall's boyB woro In flno
fpttlo and for tho most part had things
all tholr own way.
Fairbury's ono touchdown camo nt
tho ond of a protty stretch of football
but It was of short duration, and tho
llghtor up-stuto lino could not there
after hold tho Tomplo lads.
WE8LEYAN BEAT8 DOANE.
Methodists 8prlng 8urprlse On Doane
Congregational Tigers.
Doano collego was defeated yester
day afternoon at Crofts. Tho Wob
loyan football toam, supported hy a
spoolal train load of rootors, journoy
od down to Croto yesterday and sur
prlcod tho Doano Tigers, defeating
thorn by tho score of 6 toO. Tho game
was fast. It was hotly contested and
both tcamB had good rooting support.
Tho result was a groat Burprlso to
Lincoln dopoatorB.
tho past weok, although ho Is not as
good on tho punts as Hackney, tho
former captain. Shuck weighs 144, is
a holder of two "M's", and is ono of
tho bost ends in tho west.
Practiced Yesterday.
Tho Tigers did practico yesterday
at Capital Beach, running through
signals and punting nnd passing tho
ball.
"Wo have a good toam horo,v said
Coach Browor Friday night, "and ex
pect to havo a cIobo game with tho
Cornhuskers. Wo hopo to win of
course, but realize that it will havo
to ho good football to heat tho Ne
braska olovon."
See Olympics.
' Tho Missouri team is present nt the
Olympics UiIb morning, tho ovont re
minding tho southern school men of
their own "flag rush."
Beforo tho gamo this aftornoon tho
band will furnlBh somo of thoir con
verted pieces and play all the football
songs.
EXPLOSION CAUSED TROUBLE.
Owen Cone Hurt by Phosphorus Ex
plosion in Pharmacy Laboratory.
LELAND PREPARES STATISTICS
THIRTEEN CHURCHE8 HAVE
MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY OF
NEBRASKA STUDENT
BODY.
A phosphorus explosion in tho phar
macy laboratory yesterday aftornoon
caused no small nmount of oxclto
ment. Owon Cono, in whoso pocket
tho oxplosion took place, had his hand
badly burned. Tho room was filled
with! suffocating odors which were
most offensive.
Cono was performing an experiment
and, according to a student who was
in the room at tho timo, had for somo
reason or other placed tho tubo In his
pocket. His coat took firo and was
ruinod. One of his hands, it is said,
was badly, burned.
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
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Girls' Tennis Club Grows.
Mildred Long has Joined tho Gli'lB
Tohnls association. Fifteen now
mombors havo boon added this year.
This p'utB tho 'association in a flour
ishing condition for tho big tourna
mont noxt spring?"
8quad Work In Gym.
Next wook squad work will bo start
ed In tho men's gym classes. Nino
men will bo picked to asBlst in hand
ling theso sub groups.
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Interest in religion is increasing
among tho students of tho University
of Nobraska, according to Rev. Dean
U. Leland, University pastor for tho
Prosbytorlan church,
Hq basos his assertion on tho fact
that tliero is moro church-going nnd
jBiblo study, a greater percentage of
church members in tho student body,
and fowor students who declaro no
proforenco on tho card of religious in
formation required of all now stu
dents. Doctor Leland has compiled tho fol
lowing figures rogardlng the vnrlous
religious denominations represented
among tho now. students registered
this year, with careful OBtlmatoB on
the percentage basis of tho total num
ber of University students adhering
to each denomination.
Preforonco Estlmato
of New for all
Students
208
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are always the best.
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
South West Cor. 14th O
DO YOU REALIZE
THAT
Theso aro the men that make this
paper possible? , . ... .
The subscription prlco Isn't a drop
In tho bucket.
They help us; we must help them
PATRONIZE THE MEN ON' THI8
LIST
They Will Treat, You Right
BANKS
First Sayings Bank
Contral National Bank
HERPOLSHEIMER'S CAFE
Dinner Ut30 to 1:30 JZn
Supper 5:30 to 7:30 4uL
Also Cafoterlan Style
Hot Wailes with Maple Syrup, JOc
BAKERIES
Folsom . ,
BARBER SHOPS
Chaplin
First National Bank
Qreon's
Bert Sturm
Roy Wardo
BOOK STORES '
Co-op ' i
University
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CLEANERS
Tod Marrinor
J. C. Wood.& Co.-
Lincoln Cleaning and Dye .Work..
Weber .'.
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SHINQUARD8.
Ton llttlo rootorB sitting in a lino,
Ono saw a damo; then thoro woro
nlno.
Nino llttlo rooters cheering for tho
' 'lovon.
Two lost tholr volco; then there woro
aovon.
Seven llttlo rootors in a cold, cold fix,
Ono started, smoking thon there woro
six. ,
Six llttlo rootors sitting in a row,
Two, got tirod, thon there woro foah.
Four llttlo rootors feeling rather blue,
Two thought tho toam had lost, then,
thoro woro two. .
Two llttlo rooters sitting all alone,
Ono needed supper, thon thoro was
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One llttlo rooter -saw The rost had
gone,
Stayed to tho finish and tho homo
team won.
Denominations.
Methodist
I' Presbyterian
Congregational
Episcopal
BaptlBt
134
115
SI
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150
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WHAT DO YOU NEED
TODAY
in our lino of Pamphlota,
Programs, Monus, Wedding
Btatlonory and all kinds of
Commercial and Btatlonory
Printing.
Van Tine Printing Company
128 H. 14th St.
Rollablo, Prompt AutoOm
Ocker Engraving Go.
Engraved invitation in 48
hours if necessary
Room 316 Brownttll Blk.
TIGERS AND CORNHUSKERS
RCADy FOR BIQ CONTE8T
(Continued from pago 1.)
to-it, (he season's practico ana evperl-
?V ShUck to Kick.
arW ShHck, the rocontly elected
CASUia of the Mlssourlans, will do
the kicking" for his team. His work
wltk the ball has Improved much in
Catholic
Christian
Christian Science
United Brethren 8 40
Adventlst C - 25
Unitarian " k 4 15
Jewish 3 12
Quaker 1 ,6
No proforonco given 13
Downtown Churches Active.
Thus it appears that tho Methodists
aro In tho lead, with tho Presbyterian
and Congrogationalists nearly tied for
second, and that there aro 638 new
students registered bo far In tho Uni
versity. Tho estimates of "total" affiliation
with tho various denominations do not
include tho ,700 students who aro ox
nocted to register in the School of
Agriculture noxt month, nor any of
tho students of affiliated schools.,
Besides tho work of the Presbyter
ian pastor for students at tho Univer
sity, there Is a Bushnell guild organ
ized among the Congrogationalists,
and also a Catholic Students' club. All
the downtown churches, the Univer
sity Y. M. C. A- and Y. W. C. A. are
active in Christian work among the
students.'" All the city churches are
wide open to students.
For your Steaks, Chops and Quick
Service Visit
The New York Chop House
Open Day and Night.
1840 O Stroot
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 pir cent Interest Pali " d'pm"
JL00 Opens an Account
With the First National Bank,
Cor. 10th and O.
CLOTHING
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Farquahar
Flodeon & Brethouwor
Mageo & Doemer
Mayor BroB1.
Palace Clothing Co.
Speler & Simon
COAL
Whltehroast
CONFECTIONERY
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
DRY GOOD3
Mlllor & ilno v
DRUGGISTS '-.'"
Moior Drug Co.
Rlggs
FLORISTS
C. H. Froy
FURNISHINGS
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Budd
Fulk
Magee & Doemer
Mayor Bros.
Palace Clothing Co.
Spoler & Simon
HATTERS
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Budd
Fulk
Mageo & Deemer
Mayer Bros.
Palace Clothing Cc
Spoler & Simon
JEWELERS
Hallett . '
Tucker
LAUNDRIES ff ' '
Evans
MUSIC -
Walt
OPTICIAN v
Shoan
PHOTOGRAPHS M ,
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Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
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PRINTERS
Georgo Bros. , ' . ,
Hyde Prlntery ' -t
Simmons
Van TIno y
RESTAURANTS
Herpolshelmer
Y. M. C. A. Spa .'-
Baker's Cafe
SHOES
Bookman, Bros.
Budd i ,
Men's Bootery
Mayer Bros, ""
Miller & Paine
TAILORS
Flodoon & Brethouwer
THEATERS
Oliver
Orpheum
T,YPEWRITER8
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