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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1911)
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1 By Stuart Gouia
NEBRASKA TEAM FACES ..
DOANE COLLEGE TODAY
Nebraska will fnco Donno Collogo
.with a lino patched with subatltutOB
this afternoon, and In all probability
tho subH of tho back flold also will
piay tlio major part of tho gamo. Tho
: Cornkusko'r team 1b conserving Its
strength, for tho annual battlo with
tho Kaw Stato Jayhawkers next weok
at Lawrenco, Kansas. ,
Doatie After a Score.
Doano 1b coming up hero with the
Intention of scoring on the CornhuBk
ore thlB year. Tho Creto team be
. llovos that it 1b speedy enough to an
4 nox six points, or possibly more, from
Nebraska, although Nebraska might
got tho gamo. .
" Coach Stlohm haB not Btatod who
t will mako up tho llno-up that starts
tho gamo, but probably tho familiar
' faces of many of tho regulars will bo
aeon in tho eleven as it'trots on tho
,' Erhlo Prank will probably play tho
quartor position and gonoral tho team
for a part of todayi Ho has boon
practicing, tho position all weok and
" provoa to bo more than a littlo speedy
Qt handling tho ball and getting off
tho plays. 1
" Team' Been Training Hard.
,.' Coach Stiohm has boon training his
. men Hard In open work all week, fol
lowing down punts, forward passing,
and' alt manner of open play, and tho
f Crqtltes will probably have n few of
tho big" coach's prlzo plays sprung on
them juBt to show them how tho gamo
is played hero.
But on tho whole Nebraska will go
'. through tho regular straight football
. plays, ,as tho others are being saved
for tho pleasuro of Kansas.
Slnoe tho Missouri gamo tho Corn
hUBkers have loBt much of the old
ability to fumblo at critical "moments
through strict training by Stiehm, and
the open field work will bo a rovela
tloh to tho . rootors and enthusiasts.
who attended praotico just boforo tho
- A Co-ed at a Football Game.
Oh Qwendalino, dear,
Aren't you" glad wo aro hero!
Don't your blood raco along llko a tldo?
It think It Ib glorious!
Wish thero wore moro of us,
Camped on tho other Bldo!
Oh, loqk at tho men
They aro rooting again. t
Soraq- ono must bo making a scoro..
A touchdown, I guess, .
I'm not sure, -IonfesB.
I wonder which side It is for? "
, vyii, unuuuuimv, ut-tiif
Aren't vou clad we are here!
'Xron't you proud of ' our glorious
, Tho bleachers are going.
The score? .Thore'a no knowing.
We've won; wo do as a rule. - ,
''Oh, there comes tho team; .
r 'Wave tho scarlet "and cream !
Aron't thoy dear in their' blanketB of
, rod? n , :
' Oh; there starts tho band.
.-My, Isn't It grand! . J
That's Shonka, I think, ahead.,
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. "No look at them orouck -.
' Ain't that i'mm''i- slouch!
His sweater' fa torn down the back.
Oh, look at them fight!
I'm scared; its a fright!
Now they're piled In a funny stack,.
MAKE SWIMMING. POOL
OUT OF NEBRASKA FIELD
. 1. 1
Great regret 1b being expressed over
tho campuB by membors of all classes
regarding tho fato of Nebraska Flold.
Thero Is talk of raising a fund to
oxcavato on tho field and mako an
othor ono of Lincoln's far-famed sa
lino plunges. This would not tako a
very largo amount of money and a
Buotion pump with a large hose could
tako the wholo flold at present. This
project is being greeted with great
enthusiasm, for a swimming tank has
been a long felt want at Nebraska.
Already a boat club has been started
among tho children of Lincoln.
A number of tho CornhUBker play
ers aro complaining of rheumatic
tendencies in their respected anjd re
spective families and are asking that
tho team bo taken to 'praptlco in some
oftior place. '
'If conditions do not .get too bad, tho
field may bo made all right to usa for
tho remainder of thp season by tho
liberal use of sponge boys on tho flold
during tho games.
Weber's Suitorium, 1100 O Street
You had better woar your rubbers
today, as tho field Is still wot. Blot
ting paper gave out.
Wo Doant see how Doano stands a
Aro tho Juniors going to play tho
Varsity if thoyfc wln?
Bump I ; No not an explosion, but
that Senior-Junior score.
K. U. 1b next, ladles and gentlomon.
Are you saving your money?
Washington University claims to
havo perfect athlotlo women. Huh
Tako a look at Nebraska's co-eds.
Baker's Cafe serves cakes all day.
Also everything else In season. Serv
Ico first clasB. 16-tf
Every day thero Is a growing con
fidence that Kansas can put tho roll
orB under Nebraska when thoy meet.
All we have to say Is that tho Corn
husker team Is certainly tho littlo tin
god on wheels right now and thoy are
Hablo to hit that Kansas aggregation
llko a cyclone.
Shower baths, at Green's Barber
Shop, 120-o, 11th.
Brown University has a Chlnoso
football player, a wonder not to bo
found boforo this.. Ho responds to
the name Tsung-Fah-Liu, and when
the coach calls him it sounds like a
sneeze with a headache.
The Hyde prlntery, 1331 P St) up-to-date
printing of all. kinds.
At the University of .Missouri there
were applications for 6,00.6 reserved
seats. The applications wore shuffled
and drawn from a box. The first
drawn had tho choice of seats at tho
Did' you ever waltk'to "Day Dreams
or "The Pink Lady?? If not make
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John Bull Takes Off
His Cap .
to the United States. The
English know how to make
good caps. They know how
to weave good cloths too ,
know better than we do. So
we import their cloths but
make our own caps put more
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than the .English thought,
Thats why John Bull takes
off his cap to the oneAmerican
cap that's better than his -the
J ,000 first class dealers'' in
America sell HEIDCAPS
and some in England.
ITHB MAN BBNEATH 11
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