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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
CHANGES PLEASE STIEHM
NEBRA8KA MENTOR DI8CU8SE8
THE NEW FOOTBALL RULES.
Coach Btlohm of Nebraska dcclaros
that lio Ih more than satisfied with tho
rocommoudatloiiH for tho changos in
tho football rules and it is his opinion
that tho changos proposed will tend
to tnako tho game fully as speedy
whilo rendering It better for tho
"It will bo slightly moro advantag
oous to tho stronger team to mako
tho changes," declares Coach Stlohm.
"Probably It will sot a slight premium
on heavier mon in the back field, but
a weak team will no longer bo ablo
to hold a team much Hh suporlora to a
tlo Bcoro, as by tho now gamo thoro
will be loss flukos, and moro scien
tific playing of tho gamo.
"A phonomenal kicker will not bo
of such value In tho future. Tho
changing of tho amount of touchdown
Bcoro from ilvo to six points Is a re
sult of tho popular demand for moro
touchdowns and loss field goals.
"I llko tho changes, and think It
will Improve tho game to havo tho
four downs for ton yufds and do not
consldor that this will at all tond to
mako tho gamo Iobb open. Toh rules
aro not radical, howovor, and football
will look muoh tho enmo to tho avor
agp spectator noxt fall."
Tho general trend of tho changes as
made by tho committco nie much in
harmony with suggestions mado by
.Daskobali and athlotlc goodB at tho
Lawlor Cyclo Co.'s storo. 1-123 O St. tf
RIFLE ClUB SETS RECORD
NEBRA8KA MARKSMEN MAKE
8CORE OF 858. OUT OF 1,000.
Tho Yatos Illllo Club held a com
potitlvo shoot against tho Unlvorsity
of Michigan rlllo toam last Saturday.
In this Bhoot tho Nobraska team
broko all Its provlous records by
making a scoro of 858 out of a possl
Tho following aro tho names of tho
shooters and tholr rospoctlvo Bcoros:
Standing Prono Total
Foonster, C. F 79 97 17G
Droshor, W. V 79 93 172
Plor, II. n 81 91 172
Wohlonborg, 1Q, T.. 82 89 171
Giflln, W. C 76 91 167
Noxt wook tho Nobraska team will
shoot against tho team of tho Unl
vorsity of Missouri.
Soo Los Hyde when In noed of pro
grams, menus and other printing.
Wrestlers Are Wanted.
All mon wishing to ontor tho Uni
versity wrestling tournament hand
your namo and wolght to Doctor Clapp
or Loroy McCormlck on or boforo 12
m., Thursday. Preliminaries and try
outs Thursday ovoning.
President Unl. Wrostllng Club.
Photography offors a most appro
prlato Eastor grooting when mado by
Townsond. Studio, 22G So. 11th St.
TO TALK OF PANAMA CANAL.
Prominent Western Engineer Will Ad
. dress University Students' Society.
George Grag Anderson, of Donvor,
ono of tho foremost Irrigation and
hydraulic onglnoors of tho west will
spoak boforo tho Enginoorlng Society
on tho subject of tho Panama canal
Friday ovoning. Mr. Anderson was at
tho head of a party of members of
tho American Sooloty of Civil Engin
eers which mado an inspection of tho
qanal last year.
GLASS GAMK ARRANGED
FIR8T BA8KET BALL CONTE8T8
WILL BE FLAYED FEBRU
At a mooting of tho intor-claBS
athletic board yesterday afternoon
tho schedule for the lntor-class basket
ball gamcB wub drafted, the first
gamoB to bo played February 20. On
this date tho Seniors will play the
Freshmen and tho Juniors tho Soph
omores, tho flrBt gamo boginning at
8:10 p. m. The second series will bo
played Fobruary 22, Seniors mooting
Juniors and Freshmen contesting
with Sophomores. Tho first of thoso
games will bo played at 8:10 p. m.
Tho Seniors will play tho Sophmores
and tho Freshmen tho Juniors Febru
ary 24, tho first gamo beginning at
Register with Thornburg's orches
tra. Auto 13-2556.
Delta Tau's Win Game.
In as hotly contested basketball
gamo at. tho Armory last night, the
Delta Tau team defeated tho Alpha
Tau team by tho score of 20 to 11.
Tho gamo was cloanly played and
both teams showed much aggressive
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones.
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Own Colleg'e Paper
TOURNAMENT WILL BE HELD AT
In preparation for a wrestling
match between Nebraska wrestlers
and those of Kansas and Missouri, tho
University Wrestling club will hold a
tournament at the gymnasium at eight
o'clock Friday evening. This meet
will be open to all University stdents
who wish to try. There will bo six
weights upder which the different
contestants may classify, namely: 175,
168, 145, 135 or 125.
To those who win firsts will be
awarded gold medalB and the sec
onds will receive silver medals.
Weber Sultorlum. 1100 O St.
Cadets Are Worried.
Every little cadet has a worry of his
own. It has been anounccd that the
oxamlation in the theoretical school
will be given Thursday evening, Fob
Dr. Orin Lamb
U. of 1. Clnsa of '11
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