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VOL. XI. NO 38.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN THURSDAY NOV. 16, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
TEAM LEAVK FOR KANSAS
QUINTETTE OF 8PRINTER8 IN
GOOD 8HAPE FOR BIG MEET.
fIRST CINTEST IN THE YALLEY
The Race Is to Be Run at the 8am o
Time Kansas-Nebraska Game Is
Nebraska's croBB-country toain,
compoacd of Anderson, captain, Swan-
son, Boggs, Kennedy, and Kales,
loaves, tonight for Lawronco to com
poto In tho first Missouri Valley run.
Tho course will bo flvo miles in
longth, and partly over hills.
Missouri, Nebraska, Amos, Drake
and Kansas aro cntorint teams. A
medal will bo given to tho winning
school and Individual prizes to tho
first four men. Dr. Clapp will accom
pany tho team.
BIG RALLY AND TORCHLIGHT PARADE
TO SEND CORNHUSKERS TO KANSAS
MI8S SIMM8 TO SPEAK.
Prominent New York Worker to
8peak on Important Question.
Miss Florence Simms of Now York
city will Bpeak in tho Templo theater
Sunday afternoon, Novombor 19, at 4
o'clock. Her subject is. "Industrial
Conditions Among Women."
MIbb Simms is an authority upon
this subject, as sho had charge of the
special investigation "concerning de
partment store workers In tho United
States, and has helped to develop tho
industrial department of the Ameri
can associations. Sho is now tho na
tional industrial secretary of tho Y;
W. C. A.
The Young Woman's Christian As
sociations of Cotnor and Wosloyaa
Universities will Join in this meeting.
Mrs. Lllliah Dobbs Helms will sing.
Mrs. Avery will preside over tho
Footballltls, with complications of
cross-country enthusiasm, has hit
Lincoln today and will materialize in
tho biggest rally and torchlight pa
rado and send-off that Nebraska
teams have known In long years.
The Cornhusker football and cross
country teams leave tonight at .10:15
on .tho Missouri Pacific train forKun
As a token of tho loyal spirit of
Nebraska which will go along with
the gridiron and cross-country men,
Nebraska will hold a rally at 11:00
o'clock thlB morning at which every
studont of loyal spirit will yell.
The team, Coach Stlohm, Coach
Rathbono, tho cross-country men, Dr.
Clapp, Fred Hunter, Manager Eagor,
TJr. Condra, and probably Sjd Collins
and other prominent men connected
WHOLE TEAM IN FINE FETTLE
READY FOR CORNHU8KER8
STUDENTS STIU COINS
PROFE880R ENGBERG'S INFLU
ENCE FELT BY ONE MORE
And still tho-procession continues.
Another studont was expelled yester
day for cheating.
If school lasts long enough tho stu
dont body will bo seriously deplotod.
ROSS WRITES NEW BOOKS
FORMER NEBRA8KA TEACHER
PUBLI8HE8 WORK ON THE
Professor Ross, formerly professor
of sociology at Nebraska, has just
published a new book called "The
Changing ,Chineso."Tho book. Is t at
tracing much attention, because' "all
tho descriptions aro interpreted from
a sociological point of view. w
Professor Ross-is now at "tho Uni
versity of Wisconsin.
Get in line tonight. Get a torch and
make a noise for Kansas.
Kansas feels confident that If sho
can not defeat tho Cornhuskers next
Saturday Bho will givplhom one of
tho beBt battles of this Season. Tho
Jayhawkors feol that tho NobraBka
squad has, gone stala frqm tho brll
HaAt start made" In tho first of this
With Ahrens at center, tho Kansans
aro suro they havo a lino that can
successfully withstand tho Nebraska
AhronB has boon playing good and
consistent football and has the team
well In hand.
Stro'ng Kansas Punters.
Hell will play at quarter following
up his playing of last year and will
enter into the contest with tho Scar
lot and Cream In tho pink of condi
tion. In case Dolaney Is laid out, Hell
will take his place,
Delanoy is one of tho most wonder
ful kickers in tho Missouri Valley,
being a phenom when it comes to
booting tho plgBkln. The Jayhawkors
will depond'upon him for most of tho
ground gaining Saturday. If Kansas
University wins this battle-royal tho
credit will undoubtedly bo given to
Delaney and his great punting.
with Nebraska's athletics, will bo
Threo thousand students will take
part In tho big torchlight parado.
Torchos aro now on salo in tho No
braskan office and tho man who stays
at homo will bo awful lonosomo. A
march will bo made to tho North
western depot whoro tho Missouri Pa
clflo loaveB, and thoro tho real glad
hand will bo extended to tho athlotos.
Bo there. Not at ono event, but at
both. Perhaps thoro aro reasons you
can't go to K. U., but thoro Isn't any
reason In the entlro gamut of argu
mental gab why you, and every Btu-
dent of this school, cannot bo on hand
to aid in tho rally and tho parado.
It won't be a sad affair and won't
cost you money. It's fun and you will'
never forgot It. Put It down and bo
on hand for both ovents bo a real
INSTITUTE FOR Y. W. 0. A.i
UNIVERSITY WOMEN ARE IN
VITED TO ATTEND .
TWO TEAMS TRAVEL
FOOTBALL AND CR088-COUNTRY
MEN TO KANSA8.
LEAVE VIA MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
Both 8honka and Anderson Lead the
Bunches Ready to Win for
All University women Interested In
any department of tho Association
Workers' Instltuto (held by tho City
Y. W. C. A.) aro urgod to attend.
This institute, which will bo hold
from November 17 to Novombor 20,
is attracting wide notice, and is of
more than loqal Importance Flvo
national secretaries, each an export
In her own department, will bo here
from Now York. Programs may be
secured in tho Y. W. C. A" rooms In
In connection with this, University
women will note that Miss Florence
Simms, national industrial secretary,
will speak in tho Temple theater,
Sunday afternoon at four b'clock.
Miss Simms is ono of tho visiting sec
retaries, and her address will be full
How about going to Kansas?
How about going to Kansas?
Unclaimed Mall at the Postoffice,
Two hundred letters havo boon
placed on- tho advertized list this
month by- tho postoffice authorities of
Station A. As this sub-station han
dles university mail, it would bo well
for students who have not received
expected letters to look for their
names on tho list.
Help break the Kansas hoodool
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The special train to Lawrence for the Nebraska-Kansas game
leaves, tomorrow night at 4 o'clock via the Union Pacific railroad-
no w. r. Bieiiiuii i uuuer wic j oircci viaaucif inc cny IICKCl
office at Eleventh and O 8treets. .
The fare, round trip, la $7.60, exclusive of berths. Berth fare,
tourist, la $1 each way; standard, $2.00. " '
Specjal coaches are provided for the co-eds and Miss Alice En-
sign has charge of the reservations,' ' $
Starting on tho trail of tho Jay
hawkors. tho Cornhuskors leavo to
night for Lawronco, Kansas. ' Tho last
gamo In tho Nobraska list of Missouri
Valloy gamos will bo played with tho
Kansans, Saturday at tho homo camp.
In company with tho football squad
gd Captain Louis Anderson and his
cross-country brothors to compoto In
tho first annual Missouri Valloy cross
country run. Tho run will bo flvo
miles in longth, all tho Missouri Val
loy conforonco schools and a numbor
of outBido schools boing roprosonto'd.
Pointed for Jayhawke.
Couch Stiohm's mon havo been drill
ing for two weeks in preparation for
tho campaign for tho scalp of tho Jay
hawkors, and tho K. U. olovon will
havo to show real football strongth
to beat tho CornhUBkors of this year.
Nebraska Is going after that cham
pionship titlo and after it hard.
Tho full squad of twonty-ono mon
is making tho trip, and tho big coach
will probably mako various shifts In
tho lineup as tho gamo proceeds. Tho
rogulars will start tho contest, Horn
bergor boing back in his old placo at
center and Elliott at guard.
Line Is Strong.
Captain Shonka and his four big
brother Hnemon havo risen far abovo
tho many hard words passed upon
tholr ability as a stonowall early in
tho season and tho Una today stands
as tho best first dofonso machine in
the Valloy and tho offensive pbwer of
tho. big players is fully evident when
ono of tho light backs can plungo
through tho" wide holes mado by
Shonka and his teammates. Tho back
field has Improved much on its open
play sinco tho Ames game, and Kan
sas will find them better drilled in
this department than two weeks ago.
Tho team will go to Iwronce by
way of Kansas City.
Runners Are Fit.
Captain Louio Anderson and his
follow cross-country fiends- havo boon
keeping vory silent, and cutting lots
of time off tho first flvo miles made
by tho quintet some weeks ago. Thoyv
aro going down to make as strong a
bid for tho Missouri Valley cross
country titlo as tho fotball team is for
the title of tho gridiron champs, and
tho five from Lincoln will make it hot
running for the others at least.
Tho mon who leavo tonight aro tho
following: Shonka, captain, Chaunor,
Pearson, Hornborgor, Elliott, Harmon,
LofgrenO. Frank, E. Frank, Gibson,
Warner, Purdy, Potter, Racoly, Rus
sell, Mulligan, Swanson, Anderson,
Froltag, Ross, Elwell.
Cross-country Five Captain Ander
son, Kennedy, Boggs, Swanson, Cales.
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Take a trip with the team. It will
do you good.
GET A TORCH AND JOIN THE GANG
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