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VOL. XI. NO 67.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY JAN. 13, 1912.
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ANOTHER UNI STUDENT
DIES DFJYPHOID FEVER
CHARLE8 H. KUEBLER PASSES
AWAY AT MILFORD HdME
AFTER LONQ ILLNE88.
(UMAX Of EPIDEMIC HOW REACHED
Will Be Gradual Decrease in Number
of Case Reported After
OPENS SEASON, 42-24
Cornhuskor Quintette Wallops Draka Taam In
First Missouri Vallay Basket-
"THE AMAZONS" HOLD
THE JIOARDS TONIGHT
FIR8T PRODUCTION OF DRAMATIC
CLUB TO BE HELD IN
PLAY Of NIVEL SETTIKO
"Until further notice it will be ad
visable for all who drink city water
to boll it before using. This especially
applies to those residents living In
that portion of the. city north of J
street and east of Thirteenth."
(8lgned) H. H. WAITE,
t Professor of Bacteriology,
University of Nebraska.
Charles H. Kuobler, a first-year
pharmacy student of the University of
Nebraska, died Wednesday taornlng of
typhoid fovor at his homo at Milford,
Nebraska. The death of Mr. Kuobler
is the second mortality Ttrom the
typhoid fever epidemic which lBinrev
alont among a portion of the students
of tho University.
Tho disease attacked him in Lincoln
and he never really recovered from
tho initial attack. The funeral will
be held Sunday afternoon from the
German Evangelical church wof Mil
More than thirty cases of typhoid
fever and other sicknesses were re
ported to the Nebraskan ofilco Friday,
and tho majority of tho cases were
diagnosed as typhoid. Grippe, pneu
monia and bronchitis made up tho list
of causes for others out of school.
Tho cllmar of tho typhoid fever epi
demic will bo Toachod within five days
from this dato, according to Dr. H. H.
Walte of tho University, and from that
timo thoro will bo a gradual cessation
of the number of cases reported each
Although ho does not state this as a
certainty, Dr. Waito is fairly sure that
ho is right in his prediction and that
tho worst of tho feared epidemic Is
passing at tho present time.
"Thoro is not tho slightest question
jn my mind that tho cause of the epi
demic is tho city water," declared Dr.
Walte, Friday. "Thoro Is no reason
to doubt this.
', "Tho intestinal Infection which was
prevalent in Lincoln in December was
duo to tho same cause, tho water,
but not to tho , samo germ, in . tho
water. This contamination is confined
to a more or less definite portion of
tho city, tho portion to which the Rice
well led. '
' "This-vhas been' remedied and from
Nebraska took Its first step towards j
attaining tho 1012 Missouri Valley
basketball title, Friday night, by wal
loping tho five from Drake University,
42 to 24. Tho gamo was played in
Armory hall, Cornhuskor rooters pack
ing it to tho roof.
Drake played by no means a slug
gish or unskillful game, for every one
of tho Bluo and White squad was up
on his toes and handling the ball with
speed and precision. But tho var
rlors from Iowa were outslzod and
also outplayed in team work and
speed by tho husky team developed
by Coach Stlehm.
Drake Begins Well.
Drako began tho gamo with a rush
and up to tho point of the game when
the score stood wTlh each team 13
credits the Blue and Whlto five were
pushing the Cornhuskors hard.
Then, headed by Captain Owen
Frank, tho Nebraska quintette speed
ed up and soon tho paco got too fast
for Drako. With Frank and Jimmy
Gibson doing groat work at guarding
tho Scarlet and Cream goal, tho Drake
five found it almost Impossible for It
to scoro tho few points chalked up
for it In tho last half.
8tars for Nebraska.
Gibson, Carrier and Haskell were
tho llttlo scorers for Nebraska. Gib
son played an excellent Individual
game. andat the -samo timo worked in
In fine stylo with his teammates. Car
rier's deadly work in shooting goals
I netted 11 points for Nebraska, and
tne mne utue jtiasKeu provpa so eiu
slvo that he spont a goodly portion of
the time ho was in tho gamo shoo'ting
at tho basket
Drake Little 8low.
Drake's teamwork was slower han
Nebraska's, and did not cover the
floor as well, tho men often being
bunched about the ball, leaving tho
ba'Bkot almost unguarded. In drib
bling tho ball Drake excelled, and
thore were flashes of Individual work
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throughout tho play by tho Iowa flvo.
Marlclo, tho husky forward of Drako,
proved tho star of thoir flvo until ho
loft tho gamo, Bhooting incredibly long
shots into tho baskets.
Coach Stiohm's work in drilling Ne
braska in team work showed In tho
ability of tho Cornhuskors to bring
the ball right under tho basket before
attempting to shoot a basket.
Nebraska found the gamo rough In
splto of tho fact that tho Cornhuskors
looked the biggoBt built. Drake's mon
were solid weight and when a collision
occurred Nebraska suffered. Haskell
and Carrior wore both forced to leave
tho game because of injuries.
Following is tho lineup and scoro:
Gibson Guard Hardesty
Frank (Capt.) . Guard Nolman (Capt)
Hlltnor ....... Centor Colvlllo
Haskell Forward Lansing
Carrior Forward Maricle
Summary: Field goals, Gibson 4,
Haskell 5, Frank 2, Carrier 5, Lansing
2, Marlclo 5, Noiman 2; foul goals,
Gibson 2, Haskell 6, Hiltnor 2, Lans
ing 4, Noiman 2. Substitutes: Stryker
for Hiltnor, Naglo for Haskell, Under
wood for Gibson, Hanzllck for Carrier,
Jordan for Hardesty, Havons for N.ei
man. Reforoo: R. H. Seymour. Tlmo
Meet Again Tonight.
Nebraska' and Drako moot again to
night in the last gamo of this series,
and the Drake Ave will be out for re
venge. The squad from Dos MoinoT?
Is UBed to a larger floor and will prob
ably play a bettor gamo than last
night, as they will bo more accus
tomed to the playing in smaller ter
ritory. Nebraska's work of Friday night
was enough to please any Cornhuskor
supporter and, tho crowd tonight will
fully squal tho packed conditidu of
tho hall at the opening game. Come
out and watch 'em wewant more
M. V. honors. .
Competent Cast to Present Plnero's
Famous Work 8peclal Coctumes
Promptly at eight-flftoon this even
ing, at the Tempio ThoatroT the cur
tain will rise on what is tho most
novel and unique play tho Dramatic
Club has evor attempted. Tho dross
rehearsal was held last night and at
that time a slight indication was
gotten by a Nebraskan reporter of
what sort of a treat the University
publlo has in storo for it.
Tho play, "The Amazons," is ono of
Pinoro's most famous and delightful
works. The sottlngs are quaint and
typical of England's, most settled
arlstooracy. Tho characters present
in a humorous yet realistic manner
the general themo of tho most re
It will be a sight worth seeing to
see the three Amazons, in their up-to-dato
costumes, and tho eccentricities
of the three gallants who pursue their
The play is in three acts. Fred
McConnell is stage manager and has
provided soveral settings that will
please. Mildred Bevins has trained
the cast for the paat two months, and
tho assured success of tho play will
be in many respects attributable to
hor untiring efforts.
Following is tho cast:
Barrlng'ton, Viscount LItterly.... ."'
Galfred, arl of Tweenways
C. L. Clark
Andre, Count do Grlval. .Louis Horn'e
Rev. Roger Minchen. .. . . .'. .Will Aten
Fltton (a gamekeeper).... Otto Slnkle
Youatt (a Borvant)... Ralph Northrup
Orts (a pouoher)'. . . .Dale 'Boyles
Miriam, Marchioness of Castlejor-,
don ,, Florence Farman
Lady Noeline Bel turbo t. .Hazel Perrln
Lady Wllhelmina Belturbet
Lady Thomasln Belturbet
....4. Florence Hostettler
"Sergeant" Shutor Mario Douglas
Forbes 'to Talk.
Will Forbes, a senior, will address
tho class on "Dairy Judging" at tho
Farm this morning. The members of
this class will take part in a contest
during the agricultural convention
noxt week and the address is in prep
aration for that event
Presents PineroV "-'' ,
- jpjfie Amazons
StiyfJtaC 13,' 1912
Tho Domestic Science girls Si? the
Farm served another of their formal
luncheons yesterday. But 'a few of
these dainty affairs are given and the
invited guests feel highly favored.
Fifty-nine co-eds were awarded class
numerals at Wisconsin. .
For Lincoln and vicinity: fair to
night and Saturday, with rise h tem
perature. For Nebraska;, Fair with rise In
Coldest temperature for Lincoln
yesterday was 25 degrees below zero;
Omaha, 26 below zero.
Friday and Saturday
Informal Dance Friday NigHt
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