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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1911.
You aro doubtless familiar with
tho story of tho man who, on the
basiB. of tho nolso In tho swamp,
took a contract to catch and fry two
Roasonlng in the samo way, somo
of our cltizons have roquostcd mo to
catch and "can" two hundred stu
donts for using profane languago and
raising disturbances in the theaters.
It will becomo my duty to com
ply with tho lattor part of the requost
when the students aro produced, and
I havo suggested to tho managers that
they employ persons familiar with the
student body to take tho names of
not going to put all tho Kansas play
ers out of tho gamo next Saturday,
tho Jayhawkers might havo a look-In,
but as it Is, thoy will hardly daro
camo on tho field with such a raging
Inhuman monBter as an opponent
BUT! Burgo, himself, will admit
that Shonka NEVER USED EITHER
FIST OR FOOT AGAINST HIS
BODY AT AMES.
Tho big 210-pound tackle simply
was through the 'lino and upon tho
kicker so quickly that ho almost
twice wub so absolutely unable to
check himself that Iip ran upon him
with his BODY and hurled him to the
ground. If it is a disgrace to weigh
210 pounds and be fast on ono's feet;
if it Is a disgrace to play football
hard and consistently for everything
TAN DRILL SHOES
Button or Lace
1415 0 BUDD
all who Indulgo in "Tho Gang'B All
Hero," etc., or who aro guilty of un
gentlemanly conduct of any sort in
Trusting that tho Btudents may be
somewhat scarcer than tho frogs in
tho fablo when the names aro taken,
Yours vory slnceroly,
POOR OLD SHONKA.
Captuln Sylvester Shonka of Ne
braska is a disgrnco to his team, his
school and tho game of football, ac
cording to tho Kansas Agricultural
"Murder will out," won't It?
Now wo havo known Shonka as, a
football playor for a good while; havo
heard him praised by tho coach of
tho Amos team as tho cleanest ath
lete In tho west; havo hoard him
oxhort his players in a losing gamo
against a team which was fracturing
all rules of football and sportsman
ship, to "Let 'em go, boys. If they
havo to do that to win, lot 'em havo
But some keen judge of human na
ture fron? Kansas who saw tho game
at Ames In which Sylvie was chased
to tho sidelines against tho will of
tho fairest referee in tho valley, and
at tho instigation of a howling mob
of tho choapost sports we over saw,
has discovered that tho big captain Is
only a "four-flusher" and has been do
cqlvlng us all these years.
Wo weep to think of such duplicity!
And to think that theso samo Ag
gies wero forced to play against such
a brute! If ho had not been In tho
game with his dirty work they might
not havo boon beaten 59-0. If ho woro
thoro is In It, then Sylvester Shonka
IS a disgrace to tho game.
But as for us and Nebraska, may
fortune sco fit to favor us hereafter
with all of such disgraces she can
Wo will welcome them and honor
them aB wo do Sylvester Shonka,
and with their help we will gallop
through this one-sided conference
like a raco horse through a field of
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Take a trip with the team. It will
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Offering the (Jigars.
Storks aro in fashion of late. E.
E. Anderson, C. E '06, was presented
with a 9-pound! baby boV last aStur
day. Anderson Is assistant superin
tendent of university grounds and
buildings and will bo glad to pass out
tho "smokes" at 207 Adm. Bldg.
Tho Hydo Prlntory, 1531 P St., up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
Tegner meets aturday, Nov. 18, in
A. hall, farm.
. When you wear a suit of clothes, day .in and day
out, in all kinds of weather, it has to be well made to
stand the wear.
Adlers Collegian Clothes
give just this sort of service. That is what has given
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If you don't know Collegian Clothes, you should
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Come in and try on a suit or overcoat.
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Manicuring Cigars. Uni Students Welcome. 110 South 18th St.
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