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THE DAILY NEBBASKAN
THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
Owned and published by the University of NobniRka through
THE 8TUPENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Ofllces, Basement tho Administration Bulldlntf. vT,.v
Postotnco Htatlon A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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Congress March 3, 1870.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911
TO EVERY MAN, HI8 DUE.
For tho second consocutlvo season
tho championship mantlo of tho Mis
eouri Valloy conforonco has fall on on
tho shoulders of Nebraska's football
Tho conch and tho mon have now
practically gone through, .ho most try
ing echedulo Nebraska has ovor faced,
with tho loss of but ono gamo, and
that to Minnesota, tho Western cham
pions. Tho tio at Ames Is a blot on a per
fect record, but not a bar to cham
pionship claims, aB tho Iowa Aggies
admit that wo had tho hotter team
and against competitors ontirely
In acknowledgement of tho success
that has met his offorts, it is no more
than Just that wo should glvo him tho
greatost reward within our power
our implicit confidence and united
backing, and tho help of each and
ovory ono of ub in such manner as we
aro able in prolonging achievements
like that of 1911.
Hero's to Stlohm.) Wo aro for him
first, last and always.
ON THE KANSAS-NEBRASKA
(Apologies to Walt Mason and Others)
Thoro nin't no uso o' talkin, Bill,
Nebraska's got tho stuff, for they
slipped ono ovor Kansas, Bill, 'till
Patent and Gun Button
4.00, 5.00 and 6.00 Shoes, Sample and Cancelations
1413 O B U D D UP STAIRS
tho team of real championship call
bro, and a vory cursory comparison
of our scores against other Valley
teams serves to abolish all doubt. Ne
braska has shovn that she is tho su
perior team of tho ontlro Valloy by
her overwhelming dofent of tho strong
Kansas and Missouri olovens.
For this showing tho studont body
of tho University is deeply Indebted
tp tho mon who by their individual
and combined exertions havo forced
tho ball so often behind tho goals of
opposing teams, and to tho coach,
Ewald O. Stlohm, who Is moro directly
rosponBlblo for tho glorioiiB attain
mont8 than any ono porson.
It is ho upon- whoso unaccustomed
shoulders foil tho task of developing
a championship team in surroundings
Kansas yelled "enuff." Those teams
havo played at football for a dozen
years or mpro, ilghtin harder ovory
fall a-tryin' to "boost" tho score. Two
years ago they beat us. Bill, as for
tune on them foil; then, they thoT
they had ub goln Bill, by tho things
thoy used to toll. But they haven't
hollered quito so much sinco wo won
tho gamo last fall; yot, "wait!" they
said, "your pride we'll touch whon you
can't como back at all." But wo came
back awful strong, Bill; wo scored
somo twonty-nino, so now thoy ceaso
to holler, Bill, for thoy havo to give
it to our lino. I know thoy hato to
do it, Bill, for thoy loso with blttor
tears, but Nebraska's got 'em bested,
Bill, an's goln' to for years and years.
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