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VOL. XI. NO 41.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN TUESDAY NOV. 21, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
BIGGESHEED IN YEATS
ANNUAL FOOTBALL CELEBRATION
TO ECLIPSE ALL RECORD8.
TO BE HELD IN THE AUDITORIUM
Plans Made to Accommodate Over
Six Hundred Good Toasts and
Tho Cornhuskor banquet noxt Sat
urday evening, following tho Michigan
game, bids fair to be tho biggest feed
in tho history of tho University. Tho
banquet will bo held at tho City Audi
torium and plans aro being made to
accommodate all who wish to attend.
It iB thought that in tho neighborhood
of six hundreds Btudents and alumni
will bo in attendance. Last year 365
men wore soated at tho tables and
that crowd was a record broakor.
Nebraska, in lining i for a monster
food at tho Auditorium, is taking a
stop in advance. A groat many more
men can bo seated at ono tlmo at tho
Auditorium than at any of tho hotels.
Tho committee is arranging for a
first-class dollar banquot. There will
bo at least four courses.
Tho banquet 1b being run by tho
Innoconta, with Dana Van Duson in
immediate charge. Tho list of speak
ers has not yet boon solected, but it
is certain that an attractive toast list
will bo prepared.
Tho band has boon engaged to fur
nish tho muBio and it Is expected that
a gloe club will bo organized to add
life to the occasion.
DR. BESSEY TO LEAVE
WILL PRESIDE AT MEETING OF
SCIENTISTS IN WASH
INGTON. Dr. Bossey will leave soon for
Washington, D. C, whore ho will pre
side over tho national assembly of
the Association for tho Advancement
of Science. Dean Bessoy was elected
president last year and will take tho
chair for tho first tlmo at tho meet
ing to bo held In Washington from
December 26 to 30.
He will make tho reply to President
Taft's address of welcome.
TO ADDRESS BIO (ONGRISS
DR. GEORGE E. CONDRA IN DE.
MAND AT IRRIGATION CON
VENTIONS. Dr. Georgo E. Condra of tho Geol
ogy department expects to leave De
cember 5 for Chicago whore he will
address the National Irrigation Con
gress. His presence has also boon re
quested at a conservation meeting in
Spokane, "Wash., and at a' number of
other placea whore work of this na
SOUTH STAND SOLD OUT
EAGER ANN0UNCE8 HEAVY 8ALE
OF SEATS RE8ERVED PART
OF NORTH 8IDE ALL GONE.
Manager Eager announces that tho
old stand on the south side and 'the
entire reserved 'section on the north
side Is sold out Over 1,000 tickets
have been disposed of In Omaha.
ZOOLOGICAL PROFE8SOR TO LEC
TURE ON PHASES OF "ANI
Profossor Barker Will givo an illus
trated locturo In Momorial Hair this
morning on "Animals That Produco
Disease." Dr. Barker is now associ
ate professor of zoology. Ho is promi
nont in scientific work, and is consid
ered a world authority on parasitology.
Ho and, Doan Bessoy will roprosont
Nebraska at tho groat mooting of tho
American Association for tho Advance
ment of Sclent, which will bo held at
Washington during tho Christmas holi
days. Ills lecturo this morning will bo of
popular intorost. Ho will give a gen
oral survoy of tho animals that pro
duco diseases in men, such as ma
laria, yellow fever, and other common
plaguos. A portion of his talk will
also bo given up to tho lnfluonco of
foreign migration on national posts.
Tho lecturo will bo of bonoflt to tho
entire studont body and will bo highly
STUDENT TICKETS IN EAST STAND
WILL BE THROWN OPEN TO GEN
ERAL ADMISSION AFTER
In roply to frequent inquiries as to
tho seats for tho Michigan game,
Manager Eager announcos that tho
bearers of studont tickets will bo ad
mitted to tho east section of tho north
stand without additional charge.
Since tills section contains moro
seats than necessary for the season
tickets, it will bo thrown open imme
diately before the game to genoral ad
mission. Tho girls' section will bo reserved
for tho loyal co-eds as In former
GIRL'S CLUB MEETS
TO HOLD A RALLY IN MEMORIAL
HALL TO RECEIVE SUG
GESTIONS. There will bo a mass meeting of tho
University Girls' Club in Momorial
Hall at 11:30 today. This Is not a
board meeting, but an all-member
mooting whero suggestions and ideas
will bo received for future club activi
ties. Definite plans will bq laid
Thore should bo a largo attendance.
Regular Exercises at the Farm Well
Attended by "Students.
Convocation ab the Farm is hold
every Saturday and Tuesday.
Strange to say, so many attend that
there isn't room enough for them all.
Nebraskans to "the Front.
At tho national mooting of agricul
tural scientists, two Nebraska men
took prominent prfrts. H. J. Webber,
'89, now a profossor in Cornell, gayo
an address on "Cornell Experiments
in Timothy Breeding." E. G. Mont
gomery, '06, spoke" on "Methods of
Studying tho Relation of Water to
Plant Production" Professor Mont
gomery also expects to 1 eave tho
"Farm!' noxt semester to tako a pro
fessorship at Cornell. " "
UNIVERSITY GIRL8' CLUB TO
HOLD OPEN HOU8E 8ATUR-
DAY IN TEMPLE.
Another largo mooting Is planned
by tho UnlvorBlty GlrlB Club for Sat
urday aftornoon, Docombor 9. Tho
leading feature will bo a play, "Cran
ford," given through tho courtoay of
tho City Woman's Club, by membors
of tho club who aro UnlvorBlty alumni.
Tho play will bo given in tho Toraplo
Thoator and nn Informal reception
will follow In tho faculty parlors.
Music hall will bo open to those who
care to danco, and othor amusemonts
will bo provided. Light rofroBhmonts
will bo served.
No admission is to bo charged, but
evoryono must prosont a ticket, which
can be procured from mombors of tho
club. All Univorsity girls aro Invited
and it Is hoped thoro will bo as big a
showing as tho former meeting
brought out. Formal announcement
Is mado that tho "eatings" won't run
out this timo.
MRS. WILLIAMS TO SPEAK
WILL ADDRE83 THE Y. W. C. A.
ON THE IMMIGRATION
-At tho regular- Tuesday evoning
mooting of tho Y. W. C. A., Mrs. T. F.
A. Williams will givo a talk on "Im
migrants." Mrs. Williams has mado a
special study of tho immigrant prob
lorn, so her talk will bo well worth
hearing. All girls aro urged to attond.
HYDE TO LEAD GIRLS
PROMI8E8 TO CONDUCT ROOTING
AT THE GAME NEXT
At last Nebraska's co-od rooting
section is to havo a choer loader. In
prelvouB games tho girls' rooting has
boon spasmodic and foeblo becauso
thoro was no organized effort. "None
of tho follows would go over thoro,"
said Bob Hawlqy. "Thoy wore all
scared of so many girls."
For tho Michigan game, however,
Les Hyde has bravely promised his
services. It is said that the efforts of
tho girls, combined with those of tho
men sitting In tho grandstands, will
rival the noise of Hawloy's Howling
WITH APOLOGIES TO NONE.
Yes, wo crumpled up Missouri,
And wo did as much for Ames,
Wo humbled Kansas Aggies',
And wo won somo othor games,
And wo wont down to that woodpile
And wo smoked tho negro out.
Dkl those awful .Tayhawks got us?
Thoy kept on a-playin' fumbly
And thoy played bo awful ajow,
Wo saw 'em loso tho battlo
By a score (hat wasn't low.
But wo haven't got th swoH head,
Though we guess wo won that bout,
And It shows for suro that Shonka
' HARRY BURTIS.
CORNHU8KER8 8WAMP KAN8A8
IN ANNUAL CONTE8T.
SHONKA AND FRANK BRIGHT STARS
and Delaney Do Good 'Work,
But Are 8mothered by
Handing Kansas tho worst dofoat
that tho JayhawkorB ovor rocolved
from a Nobraska team, tho Corhhusk
ors Invadod tho K. U. torritory and
camo homo victorious to tho tuno of
29 to 0.
Kansas novor had a look-in on thrf
gamo, being outclassed in ovory de
partment of tho gamo excopt tho kick
ing of thoir star man, Dolanoy. And
during ono qdartor Jimmy Gibson was
booting tho ball bettor than tho Jay
At no timo during tho gamo did
Kansas havo a chanco to scoro, oxcoflt
tho chanco that ono of Dolanoy's
trials for a field goal would go ovor
tho bars. Kansas was playing tho
gamo In Nebraska's half of tho flold .
during tho latter part of tho gamo,
but tho Jayhawkors woro poworloss
to advance tho ball consistently
through tho strong defpnso of Captain
Shonka and his squad of llnomon.
Frank Makes First Score.
Owon Frank mado tho first touch
down sovon minutes nftor tho roferoo's
whistlo blow and Ahrons of Kansas
kicked off. Gibson wont ovor on a'
forward pass from Warnor for tho soc
ond touchdown a few raomonts lator.
Ernlo Frank mado tho star run of
tho gamo In carrying tho ball sixty
yards down tho flold to a touchdown,
dodging or outrunning almost ovory,
man on tho Kansas team. Owen
shared socond honors for tho longost
carry, going ovor thq goal from tho
thirty-yard lino, following a forward
pass from Warnor to Chaunor for a
Tho final touchdown damo in tho
last quarter, whon' Nebraska carried
tho ball to tho Kansas ton-yard lino
by tho plunging forco of its backflold,
aided by stellar work by Shonka, Har
mon, Plorson nnd tho othor linemen.
Ernie Frank shot through tho Kansas
lino for tho final tally,
Shonka and Frank Star.
Captain Shonka and Qwon Frank
were tho particular stars of tho day,
although tho ontlro toam played tho
moBt spectacular fotball against tho
Jayhawkors. Chauner nnd Lofgron
outplayed thoir mon straight through
and" Elliott, working with tho two
guards, proved a tower of strength In
tho center. Anderson did not come
up to tho hUBky .Plorson In his work,
but ho was far tho superior of any
Captain Shonka was being watched
by tho.Jayhawkor llnomon. So much
game, hut tho big captain was oqual
to tho emergency and gave tho Kan-
fsans thoir hands full In trying to keep
him from opening up holos, -and ho,
was a terror to tho Kansas runnors.
Owen Frank played tho'gamo'of his
life In tho backflold, Owen raced
through tho Kansas line, and around
their ends with ease, and on returning
punts gained many yards on the Kan
sas runner, Hell. 'Hell desorvosmore
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