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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1911
FOR A "HOMECOMING1
For tho first time In tho history of
tho Missouri Valloy; for tho first time
In tho history of Nebraska; for tho
first tlmo in tho history of Michigan,
ono of tho groatost and .grandest of
stato universities, Nebraska and
, Michigan aro to moot on tho football
Hold in Lincoln, Novombor 25, 1911.
. It iBtfin ovont which has no parallol
in the history of Cornhuskor athletics.
Wo havo this year probably the
greatest toam that has over worn tho
soarlot and cream, in splto of tho poor
showing last Saturday.
Michigan also is said to havo a team
up with tho Cornhusker banquet Sat
Tho senior societies should bo well
ablo to dovolop plans that would make
Novombor 25, 1911, a day long to bo
romombered by Nebraska alumni, and
ono which might porhaps form a foun
dation for an annual event of tho
kind, at about thlB timo of year.
Tho Cornhusker banquet is good,
but it Is not enough.
Let's have a Homecoming Day.
Wo ask no apologies, AggioB. Wo
know at the timo that you did not in
tend to bo as rowdy as you sounded,
and it waB some feat for a team like
yours to tio a team liko ours. We
give it to you but watch out for an-
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which with tho solo exception of ono
year, 1904, is tho best she has over
turnod out, and ono which according
to no loss an authority than Hoston,
ono of tho greatest of football play
ers, is ablo to confront any of tho big
Eastorn teams With tho better chanco
Michigan has been tied once; Ne
braska once, but in neithor caso was
thoro any question as to which was
tho host toam under normal condi
tions. Nobraska has lost to Minne
sota, but no Cornhusker rooter or
player will admit that tho score was
an Indication of tho comparative
strongth of tho two teams.
At that tho Gophor-Cornhuskor
gamo was a bettor gamo than ' tho
Oophor-Chlcago so far as tho resist
nnco offorod. Chicago baroly made
first down, while Nobraska carried tho
bnll throo yards farther on straight
football than ;dld Minnesota, and for
a largo' part of tho gamo had tho
Gophors on tho defensive.
Wo do not claim that tho battle on
.Novombor 25 will docldo tho cham
pionship of anything, but wo do claim
that it will bo tho greatest struggle
tho West will witness J.hls yean and
ono of the greatest In tho entire coun
try. With such an attraction as a draw
ing card, why then should we not have
a Nebraska Homecoming day?
Beginning with a holiday Friday,
during which programs and entertain
ments of various sorts could bo pro
vided for the Homocomors upon tho
campus, at tho Auditorium, sorority
and fratornity houses, or wherever
possible; lncludlng-tho football .game,
an Alumni Snako Dance, and winding
other game, and bring your boBt,
'cause wo sure will tako you on. ,
Tho ono solitary rooter who accom
panied tho Syracuso team to Ann Ar
bor last Saturday was cheered to the
ocho by tho Michigan students. Somo
dlfforont at Ames. Eh, boys?
Michigan-Syracuse has all tho ear
marks of Nebraska-Ames.
"Hurry-up" Yost and "Steam-up"
Stiehm may havo a battle yet.
Goorgo Bros., Danco Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery, Motto Cnrds.
Auditorium, November 11th.
Sousa and his band havo returned
from their tour of tho Antipodes nnd
on their way east they will stop h'oro
long onough to give two concorts at
tho Auditorium on Novombor 11th.
Tho famoiiB' conductor and composer
declares that ho has had an enjoyable
trip, but ho assorts that If his reputa
tion depended only on marches and
It lift 3Ya jnakejl tQ go around tho
world playing marches ho would stop
out' and retire. ""I havo mado'somo
roputatlon from tho standpoint of
versatility and progress," says Sousa,
"and to follow tho traditional lino Is
not for mo. I flattor myself I havo
built up a now instrumental composi
tion that can comparo with tho best
symphony orchestra In tho world, and
I would neyor agree to confino myself
to ono kind of composition or one
composer, even 'though that composer
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