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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1912)
T II K DAILY N K IIRAS K A N
KANSAS STILL IN THE RACE
Jayhawkers Have It Doped Out that
They Still Have a Good
Miss Doia MoniiK li of Hooper is
visiting her sister, Miss Charlotte Mon
nlch. ;i( tin- II K. Hull
Kansas is not out of the Missouri
Valley Championship yet The defeat
by tin Sooner Saturday should not be
taken too seriously, for Oklahoma is v 1((, 1r,.sij,.nt . Fanny Wood. seer.
The seniors have elected the follow
lllK ollleets l'lesident, II (' Roe.
not a member of the Conference
tary, Mr I. Chase, treasurer, Frances
Suppose that next Saturday the Mis-jLnrH(M1 Hareant at arms. Made Ma
ami! i Tikits should defeat Drake, and,oy nIM, Anton Skubinn
then the next Saturday Kansas sliould
defeat the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and
The Farm seniors will fcive a dance
If the annual kiuiip between Drake , Satuida niKlit at Fraternity Hall Tin
and Ames should result in a victory for
the Drake Bulldogs, and then to round
up the situation, if the Jayhawkers
should claim the disputed champion
ship of the Missouri Valley, because at
the close of the season the teams are
supposed to have reached the perfec
tion ol plairiK, and since Kansas was
beaten b a Conference team at the
iH'Kinnmi; of the season, and defeated
the stronger teams at the close of the
season, and since the championship is
not decided upon until after Thanks
giving day, Kansas could lay claim to
the highest honors in the Missouri
Vallev Dallv Kansan
following are on the committee V
(J Rice, Madge Maloy, Fann Woods,
and John Harding
The Ophelian Literary Soc iety has
elected the following otllcers to sere
the first semester President. M A
Rogers, first vice president, Anna Lie
bers, second vice president, Charles
Murray, treasurer, Will Reese, seen
tary, Martha Arnold, and sergeant at
arms. R K Haskell and J 11 Shep
AG SCHOOL SCHEDULE OUT
The Farm Y M C A has chosen
the follow ing otllcers President, 10 J
Mattock, vice president, C A Murray,
secretary, W (! Rice, treasurer, II It
I)h chairman Bible Study. L W
I Thompson, chairman social commit
Me'ets Aurora, Uni Place and Ashland tee, V Rees, chairman new students'
committee, C A Murray, chairman
membership committee, J 10 Harding
This Season University Sopho
more Team Bested 6-0.
i. . CO
The football schedule for the School
of Agriculture has been arranged and
three stiff games confront the Aggies
in the rest of the season Fnda, No
vember 15, Aurora High School sends
a team here to meet them; on the 22d our ow" n'lin
of No ember the team travels to ITnl
verslty Place (via Uni Place and Have
lock line), and plas the V P 11 S
team As a final wnulup of the season
the Ashland team will be served up
for Thanksgiving, the game being
played on tho Ashland grounds
lOnthusiasm Is not the word to ex
press the feeling displayed over the
team, and a number of players have
beea out each night for practice,
enough for two teams. The line and
backfield has been composed of the
following men thus far- Line Arm
strong, Rlcke, Rodgers, Thurber, Akor,
Gould, Stewart, Pope, Scofleld Back
Held Capt Rico, Corby, Thompson,
Rink, Cutshell, Phelps, Gaddls
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BESSEY DELIVERS ADDRESS.
To Speak Before State Teachers' Asso
ciation Meeting in Omaha.
Dean BesHey, head of the University
botany department, left yesterday for
Omaha, where he will deliver an ad
dress before the State Teachers' Asso
ciation. The Bubject of his address
will be "Botany in tho Public Schools."
It Is one of the dean's hobbles that
botany be taught In the public schoolB
at as early a time as possible.
See The "CULLINAN
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Heatherbloom Petticoats, $1.50 values at 79c.
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For Friday and Saturday we will sell Sweaters, all colors, $5.00 values,
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