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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1912)
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THE DAILY NKHBASKAN
WORK ON LINE
MOUNTAINS OF BEEF IN THE RE
ARRANGED KAN8A8 LINE.
BACKFIELD LIGHT BUT FAST
Varsity Tears Up Freshmen for Con
sistent Gains On Muddy Field rSe
cret Practice the Order In
fine Btyle at
men to Hlft through
UHiinl, performed In
On nrcount of tho muddlncBH of tho
footbnll field tho team was taken out
Bide of the gates and practice wan
held on tho frcflhman grounds. The
Jayhawk bcoiUb were kept on tho Jump
dinning curious studente away for foar
a scout from nome of the other camps
might learn something of tho Jayhawk
plays In the dlBgulso of a Btudent spec
tator At thlH point all the favorite
playn are being practiced nightly, and
eapeclal care Ih used to prevent any
thing leaking out that might spoil the
Kansas chances in later contests.
' LAWRENCE, Kas , Nov. 6 (Special
to tho Daily NebraBkan, by E B Hack
ney.) Light men for the hackfield
and mountains of beef for the lines-J
men is the new order of arrangement
for the Jnyhawker aggrtgatlon This
will at leaBt be tho method of lining up
againBt tho Sons of khnbod next Sat
urday. The back field that will start the
game will probably consist of either
Parker and Holliday or Parker and
Trice at halfback, and Miller or Jack
son at full. This Is tho fastest back-'
Hold possible, and oxceptlng for lack of
weight they are all sure ground gain
orB. In the line HramwuMl has again been
shifted back to end, and Burnham is
occupying the vacant tackle Tudor Is
working out at Burnbam'B guard and
will probably start the game at that
Varsity Backflcld Fast.
In Inst night's scrimmage the varsity
showed up exceptionally well Whether
It wii8 on account of the absence ol
Dnlton, Russell and a few of the other
freshmen Btars or on account of the
change In the varsity lineup, the fact
remains that the varsity gained at will
through the froBhman beof I'arkoi
nnd Price were used at halfback and
both showed up well on end runs nnr'
picking holes in tho line. At fullback
Jnckson, a new recruit, was UBed. In
view of tho fact that ho camo out lat
and consequently 1b behind the rest of
the squad, hlB showing was oxcollent
He managed to gain on the majority
of hia tries, and probably will bo given
a try in Saturday's affair.
The line played In streaks at ono
time, opening big holes for tho back
field and at other times allowing freah-
FAREWELL TEA FOR MISS KING
Association Worker Leaves for China
to Start New Work.
Ten was pim1 In I he Y W ('. A
rooms Tuesdn altunoon In honor of
Miss King. n1,o is to nice up associa
tion work In China Miss King leaves
today for San Francisco, sailing No
vember !) She presided at the Tues
day afternoon Y W C A meeting
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The U of N Cafeteria
Will serve a table d'hote dinner in the west room on Sun
days. The price will be 35 cents. Chicken dinner 40 cents.
fl This does not effect the regular Cafeteria plan which
will also run on Sundays.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
213-219 North 9th St.
MEAL TICKETS $2.00 AND UP
LITTLE GEM HOT WAFFLES AND MAPLE SYRUP A SPECIALTY
WE CATER TO VARSITY STUDENTS
See our University Seals
We have a new line of N Fobs Bar Pins,
Belt Buckles, Steins and Brass Novelties.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
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The Hit of the Orpheum Bill
It requires not only Inexhaustible patience but the gift of showmanship
to make an entertaining vaudeville offering with equine and canine actor.
Both of the qualities are possessed In abundance by Howard, who has brought
forth a decided novelty In his spectacular exhibition of musical Shetlands and
terriers. The ponies are little beauties and remarkably trained. Their play
ing of bells and other muslc-makJng devices verges on the uncanny. The dogs,
too, are excellent. The dancing, music, and various circus stunts of spectacu
lar and comedy character, staged In a most attractive fashion, make the act
worthy of repetition season after season especially as Howard is constantly
adding to and improving it.
In un established school where the standards of Instruction are given
the same careful thought us In the best departments of the University.
The University School of Music
offers splendid Instruction In Pipe Organ, Pianoforte, Voice, Violin, Clar
inet, Flute, Saxaphone, Cornet, all ' Theoretical branches and Public
DEPARTMENT OF DRAMATIC ART
Apply for full Information at School building
11th and R Stroets Opposite the University
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