The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 08, 1911, Image 2

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Ont a nfclli by t IJnlvernlty nf Nebraska througn
OAr-r fUwrwMSBt Vm A&mMatnlltm BulWIn.
Pontofflee Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska,
IXjr Art 1W.
Night Auto 3H5, Ed. 1035, Bus. Mgr. 420C
SAM m. BUCK, Edlter-ln-Chlef
. H. CHiwnere, Managing Editor
Ktfitor Scarlo F. Holmes, Associate Editor
E. Leo Updegrnff, Sporting Editor
Homer G. Hewitt Hugh Agor
Wnllaco n. Troup , Kenneth M. Enyder
I- A. Bcchter J. Lovcjoy Linn
William O. Coolcy
Ruth Munger " Ollvo B. Mann
Ruth ShcJdon AHco Chambers
C C Bwtti wti mm . Mr. J. V. Morrison, Circulation Mgr.
tuart 2aM. CHr Editor
MU4rr4 ftrrfes
rltin $2.89 per year. Single copies Be
Prattr notis and University bulletins published free.
Bt4 At ti IlMtoflcv. Lincoln. Nrbr.. as second class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1879.
Thf- jiioipirtT fee a Cenihuskcr
hut-featl mi far the asea. of 1912
Win to Iwh bnee mi the horizon.
mA H n at tkfe thse as If tho
Srark Grai Bftfekt ace more
fwt a tjn oa Mbsevri Valley dia
mond. For tbe tro yars past Nebraska
"ha sot bee iFCsHtel in this
branch of cotfe sheets, as a result
of tb qafc r" refusal of the
athletic Utani to certify all the men
m ibr traa mitr tke present pro
fessional rale.
.The rale tW that no player
ha rxrr ptajed with profession-
lir for Bos&ej. with certain ex-
mntorlal from which to choose tho
nuclous of a good team. Owen
Frank was a varsity pitcher three
years ngo, and Ernie has a reputa
tion as a fence-breaking batter,
gained in tho inter-frat games. Race
ly is a fast clover outfielder and a
hard hitter. Potter is a pitcher,
Lofgren a third baseman, and Met
calfe a short stop, so that around
these men a strong team could
easily be built.
Coach E. O. Stiehm is known to
be a devotee of tho national game,
and . in case It is at all possible, by
change, arbitration or otherwise he
will probably try to see that a good
bunch of ball tossers begins work
In the cage shortly after tho close
of the holiday season.
3llUE3 and LACE
For Men and Women
1413 O BUDD 1415 o
ceplkms aai restrictions, is cligi
We for collegiate trams, and infor-J
mation oa tke previous history of
ood college kail players is so un
certain as4 kani to set at that the
Nebraska teani refused two years
ago to certify men without know
nc what it was akoL
lp io tke preseat the other
Mtbools in ike Taller particularly
Kansas aad Aasses kae continued to
pat oat teams partly professional
ana parti? amatesr is the strict
sense of tke rale;' witk due certifi
cation as to aaaateor standing, but
it is thoackt oa the campus that
the reJ are akoat ready how to fol
low Nebraska, aad tkat the rule may
be aKTe4 or doae away with en
tirely "OUT Metcalfe, who was elected
captain for tke team which never
plarcd. is still ia school, and Is anx
ious to set at tke rest of the val
ley. Owes aad Ernest Frank, Her
bert TVrttcr. Iftacety. aad Lofgren of
the fooibaH teaaa. are all good- base-
-hw. -aaj--wsll -stake- strong
Even tho rigors of the winter
weather has no apparent effect upon
the bicycle-riding proteges of our Uni
versity. At almost any timo of day
tho passer-by may observe twenty or
thirty of these prosaic vehicles rest
ing along the fence or leaning their
"tired'' bodies against tho buildings.
Strange ns it may seem, most of these
curiosities are tho property of certain
faculty members. Several of tho most
prominent members are slaves to the
"biko" habit, and are so far under its
influenco that thoy cling to it deBpite
tho fury of tho elements.
Professor Engburg daily pedals his
weary way to and from tho office of
tho "vacuum committee;" Doctor
Clapp greatly facilitates his search
for professional athletos by a constant
use of his trusty cycle, nnd oven Dean
Davis has been detected indulging frt
tho exhilinrting sport.
Wo are inclined to believe that,
were bicycling still a fad with the
feminine sex, Doctor Maxoy would
-purchase a whoolr
.Havgei&sicK's Orchestra
Junior Hop
December 9, 1911
Lincoln Hotel
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