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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1912)
THE DAILY. NEBEASKAN
NEBRASKA MEETS AMES
IN CHAMPIONSHIP RAGE
IN BASKETBALL GAMES
Nebraska has played more games
in tho Missouri Valley Conferonco
than any othor team and still leadB
with a" porfoct score. Washington
University comes next with two
gamos played and a thousand por cent
rocorri. Missouri has played four
games and lost two. Amos has ono
game out of threo to her credit, while
Kansas and Drake arts nesting on a
nice bunch of goose eggs.
It looks now ,frs though Nebraska
must go against Washington for the
championship honors of the valley.
The St. Louis aggregation has taken
two games from Missouri, the only
oiiob played this season. Missouri
won from Ames twlco and, according
to the dope, the southerners havo it
on both Aggies and the Tigers.
Nebraska leaves Thursday of thlB
week for MJnnpapollB, whore, Friday
night, tho team meets Minnesota in
one. of tho hardest gamoB of tho sea
son. Saturday night It plays Morn
ingsldo college, but neither game will
figure in the valley contest. Tho local
squad was Joined during the week by
"Oblo" Moyor, a fuBt player formerly
with Wosloyan and with tho Lincoln
Y. M. C. A. At tho present tlmo
Moyor Is n freBhman, but next semes
ter ho will step from tho class on
whom tho ban has been placed by tho
conference officials. In him Coach
Stlehm hopes to dovolop ono of the
faBtoBt forwards In tho middle west.
The rocords of tho gamos In the con.
forenco aB played to date are:
Won LoBt Pet.
Nebraska 4 0 1000
Washington 2 0 1000
MlBBourl 2 2 BOO
Amos 1 2 333
Kansas 0 2 000
Drake 0 3 000
BASEBALL CLUB SAVED
DON DESPAIN WIRES LINCOLN
FANS NOT TO WORRY
The Lincoln league basoball situ
ation, was relieved yostorday when
ProBldont Don C. DoBpaln wired from
Chicago Btatlng that ProBldont "Tip"
O'NolU of tho Western loaguo was go
ing to aid In financing tho Lincoln
Tho following comment appeared
last night In the Lincoln Evonlng
"The asBuranco wired from Chicago
by ProBldont, Dospaln that ho lias
financed tho affairs of the Lincoln
club and that ho will promptly Inaug
urate a campaign of preparation for
tho coming championship season is
wolcomo news to tho fans, moBt of
whom wore getting nervous over tho
litigation and tho delay, which spoiled
Uttlo short of a disappointing season
"regardless of tho termination of th
cwnoiship question. It takes tlmo to
roorganlzo a baseball club and just
now President Dospaln has none of
that to spare."
Illinois Bested by Gophers.
Minnesota defeated Illinois by a
Bcore of 22 to 16 at Minneapolis Satur
day. Tho game was fast all tho way
through and was marked by brilliant
Individual playing on the part of Law
lor, Whlpporman, Sawyer and Robbll'
Hard, a llof Minnesota.
This is tho aggregation that Ne
braska must meet January 2G.
Baskoball and athletic goods at the
Lawlor Cycle Co'.'s store, 1423 O St. tf
All who played on tho sophomore
football team will meet at Town
send'g, at I o'clock on February 3. All
muat bo In football olothos.
JOHN L. OUTRIGHT.
The Nebraska quintette will moot
tho flvo from Ames at Lincoln, Febru
ary 2d and 4d. This is tho second
series of games played by tho Corn
busker team for tho championship of
the northern section of the Missouri
Tho team Is playing much better
ball than when It started on the Kan
sas trip. Tho team work Is at least
one hundred per cent better than It
waB a few weeks ago and tho Indi
vidual members are reaching tho
baskets with more accuracy.
The trip to Minnesota will bo mado
on January 2G and will rub off what
rough Bpots aro left.
Ames has not had a very successful
season to date, but tho material Is
good and reports ( from tho Aggie's
camp promise a hard game.
CLUB ROOM FOR GIRLS
THE UNIVERSITY Y. W. C. A. HAS
PLACE FOR CO-EDS TO
Thero has beon a great deal of talk
concerning the need of Bomo central
gathering place on tho campus for tho
ubo of University glrlB. Tho lunch
room Is not an ideally delightful placo
and glrlB are not allowed to lunch or
to study In the rest room in Memorial
411 recognize tho need of more suit
able rooms for a general gathering
place and probably few understand
that tho Y. W. C. A. room In the Tom
pie is Intended for this. Whether or
not you aro a member of tho Young
Women's Christian Association, you
are Invited to come to this room at
any tlmo to rest, read, lunch or study.
More About Baseball.
Minnesota Is earnestly trying to se
cure tho pasBago of some rule by tho
Chicago conferonco which will re
scind tho eligibility requirements so
far as they affect tho playing of sum
mer basoball and will substitute in
stead a high grade of scholarship re
tirement. Dally Star.
Aggies Return Blue.
They havo cause to bo blue, for not
a single opponent met in a whole
weok'B trip was courteous enough to
allow tho Farmers to win! And tho
Genoa IndlaiiB insisted on a defeat by
GO to 5.
New floors and lack of team work
explain tho string of defeats.
Aggies vs. Temple.
Tho Aggie quintette will meet the
Temple High School tomorrow evening
at the City Y. M. C. A. gymnasium,
Shoe Sale 10 to 50 por cent dis
count on all shoos, oxfords and slip
pers, except Walkover, Douglas and
"Trail" Date, February 10.
Yesterday's edition of tho Nobraskan
stated that "Tho Trail" Is to bo given
on January 27. Tho correct date 1b
Saturday, February 10. Tho article
omitted to mention that tho general
chairman of "The Trail" is Miss
George Bros., export printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Kenny Leaves School.
ErnoBt F. Kenny, Sigma Nu, has
withdrawn from tho University, and
after visiting friends -and relatives in
Falls City and Omaha, will leave for
Los Angeles, Calif., where ho will en
ter tho Lob Angeles School of Archi
tecture. Shower baths at Green's Bartar
Shop,. 120 No. 11th.
JOINS LAME OUGK GLUB
The freshman baskotball team 1b
faBt taking its placo with tho come
backs and tho lamo duck club.
Every time tho men come out to
practico thero aro fewer on the floor.
The coach says that the BlckncBB
started tho fever of being minus quan
tity, and now it is a habit.
"I would like to look into their faces
just once," said Reynolds. "There
must be several whose names I am
Aside from practice, the freshman
team provides mareiial to take the
olace of men vlio drop out each year
on tho Varsity.
Thirty cents pays for th Best Dim
nor In Lincoln, at Baker's Cafe. Also
high class a la carto service. Wo
havo tho big Juicy steaks.
Shlpherd at Farm.
Rev. T. M. Shlphord spoke at the
State Farm convocation yesterday on
"Drudgery Is Work Without Thought."
The address was well attended and
Weber Sultorlum, 110Q O St.
The 1911 by-laws of tho Board of
Regents, adopted December 12, have
just beon printed In booklet form and
are ready for distribution to the mem
bers of the faculty.
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