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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
FIRST BIG RALLY TODAY
PREPARATION FOR VOCAL SUP
PORT OF 1913 CORNHUSKERS
WILL HEAR COACH AND TEAM
Band and Glee Club, Coaches and
Team, Enberg and Maxey to
Tin' tnt miit enough football rally
of tin- year will be held In tin- ebapel
at tin- convocation period this morning
in pri'p.iration for Hie 1)Ik Karnes ho day's Kami'
losi. at li.u'd Acting as a baionietei
BE8T SCRIMMAGE OF YEAR
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Towle being In for the major part of
tb.. mix-up Rutherford played " slaiih
Ihk Kivme He . ko"b to make a
name Toi hiniHelf. While the men
were o dead tired that they could
hardl drag thrmsclve in after prnc
tid no cno was hurt Ah a whole it
wa - one ef the most satisfactory
sciimniam'M of the season.
Ross Protested By Kansas Aggs.
( oaeh Lowncui of the Kansas Aggie-
has filed with Coach Stlehni a
foimal protest against the presence of
Clinton Ross, the colored left guard,
in the Comhurtker lln" up for Satur-
riils re(ueH' secniB tin-
I 1.1,, t IVnnli Gl Will 111 Iliwl tllP
re.ihiniiiui'- i" 'ulm .,....... ...... --
Athletic Ucard for the reason that the
EN WHO DRESS CAREFULLY
as to taste and expenditure they are
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l tin- .itb'.-tle spirit on the campus, i;n,MlK ApuieK hive played two years
ii will -.tv." to indicate to the coaches agam-t Rons without saying a word
,, i,t ....,!.., nt minimi t '.ilx.iit it This is the Vggies first
Him un' . i .1111 ri wii.1. ..... 11 .1 i .--ii
I )i- ,ir- j i ing
Tin I and. follow id b
eai Tii THe Missouri alley Confei-
eiue and one would naturally suppose
lull w ill open the game After
them .itid interspersed between the
clieeim- and practicing ol songs, will
come the ..a-li (Jumbo) and assistant
coadie- Dudley and White, with some
real "diip-" on the prospects The
prospect in the persons ol Captain I
Puidv and :he team, will hold forth ,
In tin n
r.u !! will take up the question ,
ol atti tula' .', and the rall will be (
brought t'i a close by Dean Kngberg
ami I'ioI' -or Maxe Needless to
mu tlii -" i ri - w 111 all be there ,
thai the would abide by its rules.
, I in there is nothing said in the Con
'fen n e ui'es thai would draw a color
' line Heme their request seems not
I only unreasonable but unfair. A meet-.
inf, ol the Atliletie Hoard will be held I
toda. at 11 o'clock to settle the mat
ter There are stiong probabilities
thai the will not consider the request i
Coach Stiehm is anxious that there
be a Mrong representation of the stu
dent bod en the side lines for the
pi act ice this afternoon which will bo
bed on the Cornhuskct Held at a -CO.
It is as i's'i ntial that the fans turn'
I out to practice as it is to go to the
The Agr.cultuial Engineers Club, ,r W( aif. lo !lMm.x ,hl. t.hsim
uiM'h.. ..11 the students ol tin- dc .,.,.., t,.u
r 1 1 ' I I "i 1 I I r ii- 411 no 'iuii in iivi
mu d con-e thii'iigli with theii earne.-t
and w hole hearted suppoi t Tonight
a '.uge number ol the coeds will grace
th side lines 'lheie should be five
or si bundled rootei . out to cheer
tlie team ami show th- boss that th
ca.i lel.i on studeiii help 1 JOT'S
I IA : 'I l IK l!.'D OCT AND
Will)')!' THINCS li WILL VOL
CO.MK ("T. MR I'NIVKRSI i
II iN'h .D I.K.N I HAND0
p.ui i t. at their lust reftular myel
in : tlii. i Special matteis pretain
ini, 'ii th t niversiH lOngiiieering So-ci-t
,iiu! ith.'r impoitant business is
np tdi m lesion Meeting to ie
eai:d t'p "iptlv at 7 :io this iening
in M H.i 11 room liOtl
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOIR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Jc Sophomore Olympic Try-outs
-Jr will be held in the Armory im- -
-f mediately following the rally.
All those wishing to take part -
in the events in wrestling and -jfc
fa boving should appear at this
STCDKNTS. TKK NOTICK KuM
class laniil board for a limited iiimi
her of students, two blocks east ol
lTlll el sit . rates, pel week 1 1 Hi
S st Phone li f.L'aO
StVdKNTS. TAKK NOTICK First"
class family board for a limited num
her of students; two blocks from Uni
iersit; rates $1 per week. 143G S st
LOST Opal stick pin. I-Mnder please
return to this oflice and receive reward.
1132 0 Street
LOST- Nebraska seal pin, call Lll.'il
LOST Lady's linger ring, moonstone
surrounded with small diatnondb
Return to Rag oflice.
I'oi Sale. Two Ores.-. Suits, Sixe Ml,
$f. 00 each-Ludwig'b 102S-O
IJKRSON seen taking book from table
on 1st lloor Law building must re
turn same to Dean's olhce or action
will be taken at once
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 12th St.-Funke Bdg.
Everything for the Office"
The Cafeteria of the University Y. M. C. A.
Reasons for the High'Cost of Living:
Abuse of free privileges.
Waste of food, taking more than one can eat.
Careless use of equipment by customers.
Choosing food for its pleasant taste rather than
for its nourishing quality.
Help to reduce the cost to yourself.
wKr W IBB
EVERYBODY will be wearing the
smart long point collar style a year
from today. Get your 'SHADOW'
collar now while the clever dressers
are wearing it.
Ask your dealer for 'SHADOW' the style with the
"Pliable-Points." 6 for 75c or as usual 2 for 25c.
Oldest 3runcf " in America
UNITED SHIRT & COLLAR CO., Makers, TROY, N. Y.
and Switch Making
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
B4420 Room 412, BrowneU Blk.
DO YOUR WASHING
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