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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN - J
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NHS I rHYUUTS TUESDAY F,
CANDIDATES FOR GLEE CLUB TO ISfSfR
GIVE VENT TO THEIR VOCAL Wlfe '
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By Stuart Gould
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ON LINE DEFENSE PLAY
University of Kansas', Nov. 13. In
tho ninth annual Btrugglo botwoon tho
Soonors and tho Jayhuwkors, Captain
Capshnw bootod a neat goal botwoon
tho poBtB, In tho 'iirflt two minutes of
play and KaiiBaa waa defeated by a
scoro of to 0.-
Tho Jayhawkor lino was erratic.
At tlmoB it brucod when tho Okla
homns wcro at tho Bhadow of tho
KaiiBUB goal, but their playing at
other Union wnB ragged and InconslBt
ont. Tho lighter Sooner mndo tholr
first downs at least ten times. The
work of tho Oklahoma back Hold was
tho best that has boon scon on Mc-
Cook Held this season. In Capshaw,
Courtrlght, Rood and AmbuBhor, Bon
nlo Owoiib hns a wonderful scoring
quartotto. FnBt, hard runnorB, thoy
aro equally good on defoiiBo and of-
Dolanoy, who It was hoped would
wlq tho game for Kansas by a drop
kick, failed to sustain his former rep
utation and fulled in three attempts
,at goal. Tho high wind and tho In
tonso cold are probably tho causo of
this, but there 1b no question that In
all his kicks tho leaking of tho lino
caused him to hurry with disastrous
In tho llrst quarter Captain AmmoiiB
of tho JayhawkorB waB thrown upon
his shoulder which was Injured sev
eral days ago and ho waB taken from
tho game. Today ho cannot use his
arm and It Is feared that he will be
unablo to play In tho game with Ne
braska noxt Saturday.
Just what significance tho result of
tho game with Oklahoma has is not
fully known, oxcopt that tho Kansas
lino is most undopondablo. Coach
Shorwln absolutely refuses to discuss
tho probabilities of tho Cornhusker
gamo and this week Is again bringing
his mon back to football fundamen
tals. What changes will bo made, If
any, aro unknown.
Tho KanBttB Btudont body refuses to
bo downcast by tho defeat last Satur
day, and nro all oxpecting that th"o
JayhawkorB will make tho Cornhusk
ors tnko tho bitter dose when tho two
NO DECISION ON PICTURES
QUE8TION OF MOVING PICTURE9
OF MICHIGAN GAME STILL
Tho project of taking moving pic
tures of tho Michigan gahio is still
hanging flro. As yot nobody in au
thority has announced tho' decision
reached by tho University. Sovoral
alumni clubs havo spoken of pushing
tho matter, but at prosont nothing
dofinlto can bo learned,
Tho wholo mattor appears to do
pond on tho showing that tho. team
makes noxt Saturday at Lawronco. If
tho chances of a Cdrnhuskor victory
over Michigan aro at all promising tho
onUro discussion will change from
"who ought to toko tho pictures" to
"How much will wo have to pay for
the privilege," for a film showing tho
flrBt victory that Nebraska has over
had over Michigan would bo worth a
good many hundred dollars. It Is
possible that "Dog" T2agor may ar
range to tako tho film himself for use
In advertising tho big contests dueln
11)12, but as yet ho has not announced
his Intention of doing so,
Help break TEhe Kansas hoodool t
VARSITY MAKES SEVEN
FIvo,. touchdowns on tho freshmen
and two' on tho scrubs were amdSBed
by Montor Stiehm's huskies Tuesday
night In tho Bocret practico of tho
week. Tho scrubs mado ono on tho
Cornhuskers, tho first touchdown tho
Irregulars havo over made on Ne
braska. With the freBhmon team playing
tho Kansas offonslvo plays tho Ne
braska lino proved that it waB fully
capable of solving tho puzzles of the
Russell Crosses Varsity Goal.
Tho Varsity suffered tho first touch
down that tho scrubs havo been able
to make on It all year, RuBsell going
over for a straight football touch
down after tho ball' had boon steadily
marched under tho Varsity goalposts.
In return tho Varsity mado two on
Forward Passes Frequent.
Forward passes were played to tho
limit by tho Nebraskans, long gains
being mado by them under tho prac
ticed hands of the speedy backs and
ends. Other plays wont off with clock
work precision and a snap and dash
that proved too much for tho usually
stubborn defense provided by tho
Freshmen. Two of the touchdowns
wero made by tho perfect defense of
tho Cornhuskers carrying n man
right through tho wholo freshman
team. Ernie Frank pulled off ono In
this wise on tho kick-off.
Captain Shonka and his lino broth
ers proved stonewalls of defonso and
terrors In oponing wagon wide holes
in tho opposition.
Try tho Y. M. C. A. Antiseptic Bar
ber Shop for good, quick service.
Homo shaving supplies ' for sale.
Razors put In order.
How about going to Kansas?
REV. M'KENZIE C8MIN0
PRESIDENT OF HARTFORD SEMI-
NARY TO SPEAK FRIDAY
Rev. W. D. MacKonzlo, president of
Hartford Theological Seminary, will
speak at tho Friday evening convoca
tion In Memorial Hall. Tho chorus
will sing a selection from "Creation."
Rev. MacKenzIo Is ono of America's
foremoBt 'men, and has received a
write-up In "Who's Who and Why."
Ho has spoken here In former years
and should bo greeted Friday even
ing by a crowd that' will fill Memorial
Hotter see Louie Hagonslck about
music for that danco. Auto B-2990.
NEW PLAN IN LIBRARY
THE REGULAR PATRON8 TO BE
GIVEN PREFERENCE OVER
A plan has boon suggested whereby
only students who aro using library
books will bo given seats in tho library,
Study t rooms will bo provided for
other ' students who aro studying
their own text books.
With tho advent of mldrsemostors a
seat can hardly bo found" In the
library. This congestion Is Increased
by tho unusually cold weather, as
gtudonts aro not ablo to stay outsldo.
Tuesday ovenlng the first try-outs
for placeB on tho Cornhuskor Oloo
i Club wore hold in tho music hall at
tho Conservatory. Tho try-outs were
private only one person being heard
at a time. For this reason a largo
number wore compelled to wait until
Wednesday evening for tholr oppor
tunity. A larger gleo club is being picked
thlB season, so thoro-iB a much better
chanco of making a placo than thoro
has boon for a number of yoars. Tho
number of old mon back is propor
tionately small. All tho places on tho
club aro open, though the fow old
men have better chances of making
tholr places than do lnoxporlonced
In case of a close decision, tho
younger clnBsmon will bo given tho
preference, for a large number of
freshmen nnd sophomores on tho club
this year will mean a much stronger
club next year.
December 8 Nebraska-Iowa Debate.
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Also everything else In season. Serv
ice first class. 16-tf
How about going to Kansas?
The Medical Society will hold one
of Its enjoyable meetings Snturday
night at 7:30 In tho Music hall at tho
Temple. All medics aro urged to at
tend and bring their lady friends, and
tho ladies are urged to bring tho
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