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THE DAILY NEBRASKA
DOANE FOLLOWS SUIT
DEFEATED IN 8ATURDAV8 GAME,
BUT CR088 GOAL LINE.
TOWLE VARIES HUSKER ATTACK
Frank, Beck and Towle the Nebraska
8corlng Machine, While Goble and
Bronnon Lug the Visitors'
GRADS PLAN FEAST
FIR8T HOME-COMING BANQUET
HA8 NOVEL FEATURE8.
CORN HUSKERS GUESTS 0FH0N0R
Will Be Held After K.-U. Game Serl
ous Subjects Relating to Welfare
of University Will Be Taken
Up by Alumni.
The CornhuBkerB added n few more
points to their already large accumu
lation when they defeated Doano by
the ono-fllded ncore of 54 to 6. The bIx
wbh not captured through any piece of
luck, flukuB or anything else of that
nature, but by HtrnlRht football through
the CornhuHker line.
The Doane colleglaiiH were unable to
wlthHtand the attacks of the lightning
ComhuBker backB and Nebraska Hcored
three tOuchdowiiB before the Tigers
nrouBed themfielvpH. Hut In the sec
ond quarter the Crete team caoie back
strong ond carried the ball from the
center of the field to the Cornhusker
goal line, where Ooble was sent over
for their lone touchdown. Hronson
missed the goal
Unfold Few PlayB.
Captain Frank scored three touch
downs during the time he was in the
game. Heck also scored three, one ol
which was made by a !t!-yard run
through a broken field, scoring a touch
down from the kickoff. Towle ran t In
team In great shape, not once opening
up on the plays that are not already
known. He varied the attack so much
that the Doane team was able to solve
but few of the plays. In addition to his
good generalship he kicked six of the
Goble and Bronson Star.
(ioble was the best ground gainer tin
Tigers afforded. Several times he tore
through the Husker line Tor long gain
Three place kicks were tried by him
during the game, but none succeeded
In the third quarter he attempted one
Trom the r7 yard line, but it fell short
only a foot or two Hronson showed
up well as a lugger of the pigskin
when Doane started their inarch to
ward the. Nebraska goal.
After the first quarter Coaches Frank
and Rathbone sent in the substitute:"
This was done to save the re;ulais
from a possible injury, for all the regu
lars will be needed against the Jay
hawkers next Saturday Jimmy
The first "home-coming" banquet of
the "old grads" of the State University
will be one of the most novel "feeds"
lever held in the state "SwallowtailB"
will be barred, toasts will be Bhort and
college songs will be a distinct feature
'of the occasion The banquet will be
held at the close of the Kansas-Nebras
ka game, and, win or lose, the enthu
siasm will be intense
Net AM Levity.
T F A Williams will be toastmaster
, Coach Stlehm, Manager Guy Heed, and
the football warriors will be guests of
honor Hesides the fun and levity a
number of serious subjects will be
taken up Among them are publicity
for the University, increased revenue, j
better pay for professors and other top
ics The discussions will all be "inside
the family circle," and the utmost frank
ness will prevail.
Limited to 500.
Secretary George W Kline of the
State Alumni Association is in charge
Ol the affair Ticket sales will be lim
'ited to f00, and about 2.nio alumni
will be in Lincoln to attend the Kan
sas Nebraska game next Satunlaj af
class, is back in colle.- and is going
to matriculate. In the College, of Law.,
the authorities permitting Walt says i
he Is in school for good this time, un
less some legislative politician comes
along and offers him an eas Job add
lng figures In the Legislature
Ladies' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repaired by an experienced dress
maker Satisfactory work at reason
able prices Mrs Hricka, 315 South
17th. Auto B-4844 Adv 10 2 It
CAMPUS NOTES CONTINUED
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walking boots, the swell thing for col
lego girls? Rogers & PerkliiB, 1129 O
Illinois Dancing the grizzly bear, i
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or any of tho other BO-called 57 varie
ties has been stopped. Unescorted
gentlemen will not be permitted to at
Wo have tho boat worRraan, tho larg
est, moBt sanitary and modern barbor
shop and bathhouse In tho city. Stu
dent ' patronage kindly sollcltod.
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Walt Returns to the Fold.
Walter Weiss, one of the charter
membors of this year's senior law
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WHEN You go home for Thanks
giving, take mother, sister or
sweetheart a box of Golden Rod
Chocolates, 60c per pound, or any
of our many other favorite candies
made in Lincoln by Gillen & Boney,
"Good Candy Makers"
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Tonight "Othello" Wed. Mat. "Twelfth Nuht"
Wed. Night "Electra"
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