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THE DAILY NEBEABKAN
By Stuart Gould
. OFFICIALS DONATE SERVICES
TO CONFERENCE PROPOSAL
Tho MlBBOurl Valley Conforonco
mooting will bo a very intorostlng war
It tho movomont now on foot to lot
officials eorvo without compensation
at tho football' games of tho Confer
onco teams comes to a head,
Tho schemo 1b to got tho officials
to donato their services, their time,
and tholr kno'wledgo of' tho gamo In
roturn for admission to It. Something
of this sort was done when they cut
(ho foes In two.
Moat schools of tho Valloy Confor
onco havo boon in, tho habit of secur
ing mon from Kansas City to ofllclato
at tho games.' Thoso mon havo become-
oxport by reason of sosslons
held In tholr homo city In which tho
rulos aro glvon caroful study, and It
la f oared that "without some pecuniary
inducement tho training school for
officials would loso its proBtlgo.
COACH STIEHM, EAGER AND
: CLAPP OFF FOR KANSAS CITY
Dr. Clapp, Coach Stlehm and Mana
. gor .Eager will go to Kansas City on
Thursday to attend tho first winter
mooting of tho Missouri Valloy Con
ference. Most of tho matters takon up will
bo routine business and tho football
rulos will probably hot bo touched till
tho mid-winter meeting. Baskot-ball
rules and schedules will form the
main boneB of contention.
On Thursday, evening a mooting will
bo hold for Conference members only.
However,, on Friday aftornoon an
opon houso will bo hold and coaches
and players from outside schools may
From Kansas City; Dr. Clapp will
go to Lawronco, whero a. meeting of'
tho faculty -representatives from tho
Valloy schools only wllUbo. hold Sat,
Tho football season is. over and wo
havo burned our shlnguards to mako a
hlazo in celebration of the successful
closo of tho football work. However,
the weather la getting rather cold and.
wo havo to fill up so muchspaco each
night Ear Muffs are now tho order
of the day.
Who started that story of a nico
opon faco skating rink for tho Unl?
Tho Gym la tho busiest placo on tho
campua at proaent. If you like wrest-
ling, basket-ball or nUlserthat-ia r the
place to go for it. They aro all there
with bella on.
Instead of tho usual barrel bonfire,
the bunch at Iowa University held a
near danco and afterwards burnt tho
bear. It happened to be a furrier's
sign and now the city has a uult on
its hands for a scorched bear.
T, Pontius Qulnn strode into the
room and when all eyes wore fastened
on him said: ''If clgar-et, tobacco
See Lee Hyde when In need of pro
grama, menus and other printing,
NEBRASKA BREAKS INTO.
MORE BI6JICHT COMPANY
Coach Stiohm, has announced that
It may bo possiblo for tho Cornhusk
ors to go up against somo of tho Big
Bight toamB next . year .. Arrange
ments ' havo already been had with
Minnesota and Wisconsin as to
whether thoso schools 'will play tho
Cornhuskers, but definite dates havo
not boon made with either o'no on ac
count of tho incomplete schedules.
There aro two other sohoolB in tho
BigEight from which Coach Stiohm
has received favorable roplles, but ho
will not state whio'h ones they aro
until moro definito word can" bo re
colyed. Tho showing made by tho Cornhusk
ers during tho past season has placed
Nebraska on tho athletic map in tho
minds ofmany eastern football on
thusIastB, "and Nebraska Is no longer
one of tho minor institutions whon it
comes to football, according to tho re
ports of tho sport writers In tho mid
dle west and somo of tho east.
Addition to Morrill Collection.
Tho C. H. Morrill geological collec
tion In tho unlvorslty museum has
boon onrlchod by tho addition olsomo
valuablo material donated by Yale
university. It consists of ten or
twelve replicas, ..of -animals.- and ani
mal heads, among them being speci
mens of. tho IrlBh elk. Tho choicest
sot Is a aeries of -head, tusk and
trunk specimens, showing tho develop
ment of tho mastodon and mammoth
from Its small and early ancestry to
itp later stagosr - - .
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