The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 06, 1912, Image 2
T IT E I) A T 1, Y T E 15 R A S K A N WffC iatlg NtfbraBkan Property of THIS UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, Lincoln FREDFRIC C McCONNELL, Edltor-ln CMilof Managing Editor . ..Merrill V. Hood AflHocluto Editor Kenneth M Snydor Ahhoi Into Editor. Cloyd L Stowait Literary Editor . Chandler Trimble HusIiiohh Manager AHfllHtunt Manager. . Clrculntlon Manager. . C C Buchanan . J I. DrlHcoll .J S. Uowen SCRIBES C. L. Yochum, J L Outright. II G. Hewitt, W. F Goodman, Winifred Soo Kar, C N Brown, F. N. WellB, A. R. O'Hanlon, L. W Horno, F. A. Turnuro, J. R. Wood, I K FroBt, Leon Samuol hoi, Clarence Spier, Bessie Mason, Ruth Squires THE FORUM SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2 PER YEAR Payable In Advance Single Copies, 5 Cents Each. TELEPHONES Office-B-1888. Night Phono B-4204 Editor B-l 821 Manager B-182 In Entered at tho poHtolIlce at Lincoln Nebraska, as second-class mall matter, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879l FRIDAY, DECKMBEK i, 1612 5 THE BANQUET TONIGHT. On hell. ill ol the management of the ( oi nhui.kc i banquet which will be held ut the Lincoln Hotel tlilh evening, the Iiallv Nebrasknn makes an ui Kent appeal to all male meinbeis ol the Htudent bo(l to i onie to the sup poil ot the banquet b lending their pirM'iii'i' at the occasion The Corn Initio i banquet is a big affair in the annals ol the (ollege jciir and the betlei the students suppoit it the bet tei a .cue cess it Is destined to be Coach Stiehni and the team aie the guests of honoi , and it would seem that, in the light ot what these men have endeavored to do lor the school, thev are entitled, to something in the vvav "ol a testimonial on tho part of the students, in whose inteiests their eiii'i gU h are dint-ted. CAPTAIN-ELECT PURDY. lollovveis ot N'ebiaska's football standaid will be guitlhed over the so lection ot Leonard Puulv to the cap taincy of next yoni'.s a:sity eleven. Ills elevation to this high office Is the natural result of two years of stellar work on the CornhiiBker team, and will, we believe, meet with the hearty iceord and approval ol all students mtoiested In tho success of tho 1913 team Besides being a man of un doubted ability as a plajor, Purdy pos sesses those traits of a leader that will inspire confidence on the pait of the men serving under him The No biaskan congratulates Nebraska's new captain and wishes him the best of luture successes. Lincoln, Neb, Icc :, 1!)12 Editor The Dally Nobrar.kan Deai Si i The writer does not considei him self a "knockei,' but believes that the following clitic Ism Is well founded i It has come to my knowledge that "('lint' Ross, one of the guaids on our pet and pride, oui successful foot ' ball team, is not to receive a leltei for his work this vear The write' does not claim that according to the conference Miles Ross is entitled to his "N," because he will admit th.it he Is not acquainted with the said nibs, but having attended eveiv home game unci having peisonallv seen Ross In those .said ganu-s, and knowing ihat said ltd1-1 plaved ,, n'lcallv the en'.'ii game .it Mlnni" ota and was1 not allowed to plav at Missoun thicMigh no fault ol his own, it seems to the wi'ltei at least , and no doubt to otheis, (bat he dwsei ves an ' N" for his vc a i 's w oi k Even if the conteience mles pre vent Ross being awarded an "N," in all lairness, I believe that ruling could be sti etched so as to give all ron coined a squaie deal The writer is a gieat admit or of the coach. Mr Steihm, and is, in writing this, maK Ing no c ntlc ism ot Mr Stoihin's atti tudc in the matter, but believing in fair plav, took this means of oxptfsj ing hit- views I do not know what Mi Steihm thinks about it, but am convinced thai he will exert all his In'iuence to see that evervone and anvone under his jui sdictiou will re eelve a square deal It is niv understanding that Ross knew at the beginning of the jear that he would not bo allowed to plav against Missouri Howovei, this fact did not deter him and he was seen out on the- practice field in his togs as legnlarh as -my other member of the prospective repi esentativ es squad No doubt, he labored under the im pression that the Missouri game alone would not bar him from receiving his letter, that is, considei ing that he made the t. mil and plaved a sufficient number of times to be legaidod a bona file member ol I he 'Cornhu.sl'ci ' team Peihapb the wrilei is eiitnelj mis taken as to the necessary ingiedicnts that go to make up fair plav and square dealing, and if so, will be pei fectly willing to abide by whatevei reasonable proofs the athletic man agoment can put up to overthiow these objections, and in addition will come out with an apology for the ill doserved criticism, if such turns out to be the case CH AS B. 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