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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
By Stuart Gould
Arc You Going
NUMEROUS ON UNI FLOOR
Nearly aoventy-flvo basket-bull en
thusiasts grooted Coach Stfohm wed
nosday ovonlng at 7:30.
First toam material was there In
full forco. It looks now as though the
wholo string of first team men would
bo back In tho game, for the following
"N" men roported: Frank, Gibson,
Carrier, Hiltner. and Owen. Of last
yoar's freshman Bquad. Nagl, Haskal,
Strykor, Martin, Underwood and Hyde
were on tho floor. Each of these men
are zealous candidates for a 'varsity
Light practice In passing and drib
bling was gone through.
Tho 'varsity Is to have the main
floor on Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 7:30, and at 4 on Tuesday and
Thursday. At tho same hours the
froBhman squad, coached by Reynolds,
will occupy tho smaller floor.
MEETS ONiSTRANGE MATS
The Wrestling Club held an enthusi
astic meeting yesterday morning and
It was decided to hold the contest
with Iowa about the middle of Febru
ary, with tho tryouts about two weeks
previous ho this time. An attempt will
bo made to schedule meets with Kan
sas, Ames and other Missouri Valley
Tho Wrestling Club, although less
than a year old, numbers almost sixty
active members. 0. W. Miller Ib presi
dent, and Leroy McCormlck, secretary
treasurer of the organization.
Gym shirts with wrestling "N" will
be given to winners in the tourna
ments, while dual meet winners will
recelvo the full "N."
Ted Marrlner, cleaner and presser,
1b still at 235 No. 11th. Auto 1799. tf
TO RESUME FOOTBALL
8TANFORD AND CALIFORNIA
GRADUATES FAVOR RETURN
TO AMERICAN GAME.
L'lBlon that the rugby brand of
.11 Ib inferior to the old type was
Id rocontly at a banquet of the
.of Stanford and tho Unlver-
8ilH: aiirormu, tne onjy iwo co
lncldontuf Institutions In tho United
States whero tho ngllsh game Ib
Despite tho opposition of President
David Starr Jordan and Benjamin Ide
Whoolor, It waB decided to take active
Btopa at once toward tho re-introduc-tlon
of tho American game Into tho
two colleges, and toward arranging a
Pacific Coast championship schedule.
Soo Los Hyde when In need of pro
gramB, menus and other printing.
Monument for Tommy Johnson.
University of Kansas students have
started a fund to erect a, memorial to
"Tommy" Johnson, tho former athletic
star, who died In Rosedalo Hospital
Weber's Sultorlum, 1100 O Street.
Le Mire Made Tiger Captain.
Claronco P. Lo Mire of Martinsville,
Mo., has been elected captain of Mis
souri University's football team. Le
' Mire played halt In every game this
GAP 0R0ERSJ0ME FAST
HALF A HUNDRED NIFTY HEAD
ORNAMENTS ALREADY AC-
T. PontlUB Qulnn was sitting upon
a baggago truck when the porter went
by. Ho asked him as he heard the
whistle blow "If tho train Is dup 1b the
onglneor?" Three bells, please.
We notice that a piece has been
turned' In regarding the wrestling
"N"b. Havo you seen tho workouts
Say if a peach blows, would a sewer
Fifty freshman claBB caps havo been
ordered since tho committee began
taking orders Tuesday. It Is expected
that many more than tho original esti
mate of one "hundred caps will be
needed fo furnish all tho loyal' "froBh"
who wish to don the 1915 headgear.
President Bob MacFarlane and
Wiley, Sloan, Coffoy and Doud of tho
committee are canvassing tho class
for orders, which are also being taken
at tho Nebraskan office.
Tho committee choso the style and
color of tho caps at a meeting yester
day noon and will order tho sky
pieces as soon as all who want them
have told the committee tho size of
the cap required and made the deposit
of twenty-five cents.
The "bulldog" and "skull cap" types
of headgear were .passed up by tho
committee, and a cap of up-to-date
shape and size has been chosen
It will be brown, with tho class nu
merals In gold.
Samples are on" exhibition at tho
The chairman of tho committee in
tends to place tho order with tho
manufacturer within a week, after
which no more caps can bo secured at
tho specla price of one dollar.
Not wishing to start a riot or any
thing, but whon Ib the sorority cross
country to bo held?
:Who Ib going to win tho World's
series this coming season?
The Junior Hop will be given De
comber 9th, at the Lincoln Hotel. You
had better get your tickets early, as
tho dance will be limited. Tickets can
be-purchased from Radcllffe, Potter,
Heln and Hyde. E. L. HYDE.
Wo are developing a fine bunch of
Mexican athletes around this school.
Make your dates early with Hagen
Blck's Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tt
Up at Minnesota the red (or auburn)
haired men have formed a club, the
charter members being fourteen In
number. Red-headed men are, by pelt
confeBBlon, the smartest people in any
school, so wo think this is a trust ex
ercising that undue restraint of brain
distribution .which higher- tribunals
than polUye courts declare unlawful.
But the "Rag's" C. E approVes of it
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Do you need a new
Svit or Overcoat
to wear home?
Do you know you can save money by
buying them here?
Do you know we keep everything for
Yovng Mcfa and Men
who stay young?
Palace Clothing Co.
1419 0 St.
January &, '12
The moment you put on
clothes 'made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made.
Our way costs no more.
Besure to see our linefirst.
College View, ' Nebraska
Michigan or Nebraska
with a pound box of candy 89o
TVkoter Drctg Co.
LatlR Cub Meeting.
Tho Latin Club will hold its weekly
meeting on Saturday in tho Latin
offices. A program of ilustratod cha
rades and some interesting Roman
games is promised.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St tt
Senior Prom Committee.
Tho Senior Prom committee will
meet in U. 10G at 10 o'clock Saturday
morning. H. D; PEARSEJ.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER k OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Yur Palrtrugi Solicited
December 8 Nebraska-Iowa1 Debate.
For your Steaks, Chopi and Qaiek
The New York. Chop House
Open Day and Night
. 1840 O Street
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