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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1911)
VOL. XI. NO 39.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN FRIDAY NOV. 17, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
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A8K8 8TUDENTS TO OMIT PRO
FANITY FROM ROOTING.
MONSTER MASS MEETING WAS HELD
Faculty and 8tudents 8peak at the
Big RallyJn Memorial Hall
Chancellor Samuol Avory, innpoak-
lng to tho studonts at tho football
rally yesterday morning, urged thorn
to leave out all slang and profano
wordB from, football rooting, "While
on the. Pacific 'coast I' attended a game
between tho .Unlvorslty of Washington
and the State Agricultural College
teams. I noticed that the western in
stitutions had a good college spirit,
that the rooting was consistent and
vociferous and also that there were
no swear words used."
After a short discuslon of the
proper college spirit, the Chancellor
said: "I am confident that our team
will return- victorious. Further than
AMMON8, CAPT.f FULLBACK.
that, I hope that the score will be
something' like 48 to 0 and that it will
bo a glorious -cubbIobb victory."
Dean Bcssey, Fred Hunter, Coach
Stiehm and "Sid" Collins were also
called upon for speeches by Verne
Bates, who was chairman of tho-rally.
Dean Bessoy, who has just returned
from tho Jayhawk country, character
ized the members of our football team
as tho "noblemen" of the college.
Hunter said that ho was glad Ne
braska stood for clean athletics at all
times and tie plead for good manly
rooting as a part of Clio real Nebraska
Stiehm Becomes Personal. v
' "I understand-tBiar;NebraBka7 and
Kansas are closely related in about
the same way as two college, boys
both A in love with tho same co-ed
they are friends but rivals," Bald
'Coach Stiehm. His comparison
brought out a round of applause. Ho
said that he remembered a time at
' the University of Wisconsin when a
little song by tho name of "Cheer!
Cheer!" was relegated to the back-
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198 Left Tackle 178
158 Left End 168
190 Left Guard ' 204
195 Center 170
187 Right Guard 191 -
182 Right Tackle 175
153 Right End 158
151 Quarter 136
154 Left Half 145
179 Fullback 150
' 146 Right Half 148
Total weight of Nebraska, 1,893; total weight of Kansas, 1,813;
average of Nebraska, 1721-11; averago of Kansas, 164' 9-11.
Total weight of Nebraska line, 1,263; total weight of Kansas
line, 1,234; average weight of Nebraska lino, 1813-7; average weight
of Kansas lino, 178 2-7.
Total weight of Nebraska backflold, 630; total weight of Kansas
backfleld, 579; averago weight of Nebraska backflold, 155; averago '
weight of KanBas backflold, 144. -
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RAILWAY OFFICIALS IN DOUBT A8
" TO PATRONAGE OF 8TUDENT
TRAIN TO KAN8A8.
At eleven o'clock last night no defi
nite decision had been made by the
Union Pacific officials as to tho run
ning of a Bpecial train to Kansas lor
tho Nobraska-KansaB game. An ad
vance sale of eighty tickets was do
mandod by the railroad, and up to
that time a sufficient number hnd not
boon sold, but it is thought that today
will bring in more than enough or
ders to warrant tho student train.
Return at Midnight.
If run it will lcavo Lincoln about
10 o'clock tonight, arriving in Law
rence early Saturday morning. Tho
time of return is optional with a ma
jority of tho passengers, and tho start
from Lawrence need not bo made un
til 12 midnight, according to the boost
ers or the trip. Tho faro is $7.50
round trip; tho road tho Union Pa
cific. Both tourist and standard
Bloopers are vailable. '
PICK JOGGING TEAM
SIX MEN CH08EN TO REPRE8ENT
NEBRA8KA AT THE BIG
GLAZING TORCHES IN .
BIG SEND-OFF PARADE
TEAM8 LEAVE FOR JAYHAWKER
CRUCIAL STRUGGLE DRAWS NEAR
Students Crowd 8treets In Light of
Flaring Torches to Be at
An enthusiastic crowd of students,
mostly "rooters," assombled at the
campus last evening and, amid the
glare and smoko of torchos, oscortod
the triumphant CorohUBkors to tho
BELL BOYS .ARE WARNED
LAW PROFE880R OBJECT8 TO
INTRU8ION DURING THE
Professor Robblns of the Law.
School objects to hiB classes being in
terrupted by emissaries from tho com
mlttee on delinquent students.
The other day an innocent messen
ger waB given to understand that fur;
ther intrusion would be dealt with In
After a competitive tryout in which
an extraordinary number of aspirants
participated, the team which will rep
resent Nebraska at tho International
Students'. Stock Judging Contest hatf
Tho names of the successful six ar
ranged alphabetically are as follows:
Louis Anderson, Bert Barber, W. A.
Doollttle, J. C. Ludden, Don D. Max
field, and W. J. Rupert.
N Five on Team.
From the six five will be chosen on
tho baslB of work done on a, practice
trip through Iowa,ns teamB for entry
are limited to fivo men. The sixth
will be alternate.
Tho squad -Is in .charge of Prof.
Ellis Rail, who also is coach.
They will leave on tho practice trip
at the beginning of Thanksgiving
week, spending several days at Ames,
and arriving in Chicago in time for
the contest, December 2.
In previous years tho Cornhusker
teams have made good records, and
Coach Rail is confident that his team
this year will provo up to standard.
Miss Burr Resigns.
Miss Pearle Burr, who has been as
sisting in the library, has resigned' tcf
accept a position In tho city library.
Miss Burr has been In tho library for
The vacancy has boori filled by Miss
Grace Rood, a graduate .of the Lincoln
High School, and a sister pf .Miss Ade
laide Rood,"who Is now a library assistant.
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TJKQreBervcd seats to -the -Nebraska-Michigan football Jgame"in
Lincoln a week from Saturday -are to be given away1 free. ' "-.
Manager Earl 0 Eager has promised two reserved seats, to the
person who will turn in tho best fotball song for tho rboterd to sing
at the Michigan game. If you need two good seats got busy.
Tho song merely has to be the best. You can model it on an
existing tune or on an original tune, and' you can write a parody or
write original words. "Dog" doesn't care what you do bo long as
you write a song. ,
Turn In your songs at once to the sporting editor of thevRag, at
tho Rag office.
depot. Tho street teemed with torch
bearers and musicians, tho walks with
co-eds and their masculine admirers;
tho city folk watched with open
After tho. band had attracted the
crowd, torches were lighted and tho
(Plays Against 8honka.)
shouting mob moved towards O street.
Songs, yells, and inquiries as to the
result of, tho Kansas' game filled the
air and enthusiasm ran rampant
The" parade, with its followers,
wound through tho business section of
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