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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE UNIVERSITY OK NEBRASKA,
FREDERIC C McCONNELL,
Managing Editor Merrill V. Rood
ABBOciate Editor. . Kenneth M Snydor
ABBOclnte Editor . .Cloyd V. Stewart
BuelncHH Manager .(' C Buchanan
Circulation Manager . .J S bowen
C. L. Yochum, J. I,. Cutrlght, H. O.
Hewitt, W. V. Goodman, Winifred Soo
gar, C. N. Brown, F. N. WoIIb, A. R.
O'Hanlon, I,. W Home, F. A. Turnuro,
J. R. Wood, I. K. FroBt, Leon Samuel
son, Chandlor Trimble.
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Entered at the poBtofllce at Lincoln,
NebraBka, as Hecond-claBS mall matter,
under the Act of CongreBB of March 3,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1912
Newspaper Scribes In Small Towns
Make 8port of Great Dramatist.
If there 1h one thing more than an
other that glveH zest to the playing of
Shakespearo In provincial towns it 1b
the brand of canned criticism furnished
by some of the country newspapers.
Mr. and Mrs Coburn, who are playing
an engagement of Shakeapoare at the
Oliver this week, make It a point to
preserve all such gems of comment.
In a Kansas town, for Instance, a
baseball reporter recently reviewed
one of the Coburn performances, say
ing at the outset that for his part he
could not see why "a bunch of players
continue to tosB Shakespeare to the
tank towns," and adding with profound
aplency that "nobody much nowadayB
reads" Shakespeare any more." The
critic also did the company the honor
to say that last evening the players
"put over" "The Taming of the Shrew"
and that tonight they would "pull off"
KANSAS LOSE TO WASHBURN
Jayhawkers Show Up Poorly Saturday,
But Hope for a Brace Before the
LAWRENCE, Kas , No 11 (Spe
clal to I)all Nebraska!), b Edward B
Hacking ) Saturdays defeat at the
Land of Washburn again showed the
pitiful weakness of the Kansas team
lu the punting line That, with the
poor generalship of Magill, the Kansas
quarterback, lost fpr KauBas what
should have been an easy victory
Playing the brand of ball that was
displayed against the Ichabods the Jay
hawkers would be lucky to hold the
Nebraskans to a 20-to-() score. The
entire team were off to some extent
Party Slippers $2.50
Tinted to Match any Gown
The Boob that put Sample
fr Memorial Hall 11 A. M
and showed almost no aggrcBBlvenesB
in tholr offense, but through several
breaks In the luck Bhould have been
able to have at leaBt tied the score If
any judgment had been used In direct
ing the KaiiBaB attack.
The punting as usual was placed In
the handB of Burnham, the big Jay
hawker tackle, and If anything his
booting wbb ranker than usual. Only
two of his puntB averaged 35 yards
and the majority of his kicks either
sailed over the sidelines or were point
ed too high. As a rcBult the Ichabods
gained 20 yardB on every exchange of
kicks The one Washburn touchdown
came as a result or iobsos in mis
In every game up to this point Kan
sas has suffered seriously through the
weakness of the punting department.
The Jayhawker coaches will probably
spend some time this week in an at
tempt to remedy thlB defect.
Maglll in his directing of the team
ruined chances to score time- after
time by his poor headwork. The Kan
sas backs made pretty gains through
the Ichabod line, but every gain made
was either lost through exchange In
punts or Borne rank move by the Kan
sas Held general.
Nearly five hundred rooters accom
panied their team to Topeka. All were
pretty well dlsgiiBted with their team
Not so much because of their defeat,
but because of the lack of fight and
poor running of the squad
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honors on graduating lrom the College
of Arts last June. Last December he
lepresented the University of Iowa.
He is a member of the Alpha Theta
Chi and of Delta Sigma Rho.
Harold A. Prince, '13, law "IB, of
(J rand Island High School, was vale
dictorian of the class of 1909 at the
(3 rand Island High School He repre
sented the University In the debate on
the ship subsidy question with the Uni
versity of Minnesota at Minneapolis
Ho is a member of the Delta Sigma
Rho, Phi Alpha Tau 'ind Delta Tail
Z Clarl" Dickinson, '14, represented
the Lincoln High School two years In
debate and was president of the senior
class He won membership in the
Interoo'Iegiate debate bemlnary last
year ind won in the sopnomore debat
ing team that defeated the freshmen
In the interclass series He is a mem
ber of the English Club.
I. K. F.
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