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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1913)
TH DAILY NEBBASKAN
We may have some very peculiar ideas according
io the ethics of other merchants, on the subject of value
giving and the advertising thereof.
We can't see any particular sense in claiming to give
you a $30 Suit or Overcoat for $22.39. If it's worth $30 why
not say so and let it so at that.
' isn't, and that's generally the case when the price
cutting game is played, the customer soon finds it out and puts
the double criss-cross on the store that stung him.
Here's an array of Suits and Overcoats that were
iure of. We know that they will stand any amount of wear
and tear In other words, we know they're worth every penny
we ask for them. That's why they're guaranteed.
MAGEE & DEEMER
SCRUBS DUTPLAY VARSITY
TWO HARiDS SCRIMMAGES YES-
TEROAY BEHIND LOCKED
INDIAN INVASION IS IMMINENT
CornhuaMii-j in Fine Shape to Give
Abortginies Beautiful Haircut
(By H. V HARLAN.)
Tho Hcniba took the conquerors of
l ho Gopheru, meaning the doughty
Coruhuskers, to a 7 to 0 cleaning yes
terday afternoon on Oornhusker Held.
The varstty was not playing up to
l heir customary form and the second
string men were able to .slip it over on
them. From the lifeless manner in
which tbe Cornhusker performed they
deserved the small end of tho score.
Yet after the winning exhibition that
tho varsity came through with last Sat
urday no one can begrudge their mid
week slump They will be back in tho
old victorious form when they lino up
ngalnst the Haskell Indians Saturday.
Coach Stiehm, the wonder worker,
put his disciples through one of the
hardest practices of the year last night
behind locked gates He divided the
varsity and tho scrubs into what he
lermed "two evenly matched teams,"
and they bucked against each other
for a hard twenty-minute period
The scrubs started off with a rush,
and in a little over a minute Elwell
had drawn first blood for the second
string men ' Goal was kicked. Score
hcrube, 7; varsity, 0
For fifteen minute the play see
Hawed up and down the middle of the
held with honors even. The varsity
played lintleaa ball and seemingly
could not get togother for consistent
gaining. Purdy: and Mastin made some
spectacular tackles, while Elwell and
Delemeter mode some big gains
through tho line and around the wings.
Towle, playing quarter for the
scrubs, attempted two drop kicks, one
from the fort yard line that barelj
missed being good U rosso made some
good gaiiih on the tackle-around play
Fmalh the varsity woke up and be
gan toting the ball down toward the
scrubs' goal in peppery fashion. Purdy,
Coffee, and Delemeter crashed against
the lino for big gains The varsity
was playing irresistible ball, seeming
ly, but the scrubs hold on their five-
Towle kicked. Howard running tho
ball back to the thirty-yard line. In
rapid succession Delemeter, Howard,
and Coffee hit the line for good gains
Purdy smashed the line like a catapult
and made ten yards, putting the ball
on the one-yard line. Howard made
the touchdown, but failed to kick goal.
Score scrubs, 7; varsity 6
Irw'n C Thompson
Griswold KG Abbott
Grosse JtT Cameron
Gelwick HE Mastin
Heller LG Ross
Shields lt BailiH
Towle Q Howard
Elwell RH Purdy
Rutherford Ul Delemeter
HUSK FD Coffee
Varsity and Freshmen Mix.
While this scrimmage was a good
one, Coach Stiehm was not satisfied
with the showing of his "Stiehm" roll
er and sent the men Into another scrim-
mago, this time with the freshmen.
He worked the regular varsity ma
chine against the frosh and they were
able to make things hot for the neo
phytes. The frosh eleven was rein
formed by the presence of Owen Frank
at quarter and Harmon at left tackle.
But even with the old-timers in the
lineup, tho first-year men could not
stop the varsity
Howard Scores Touchdown.
fter a stiff tussle In the center of
the gridiron the varsity began a stead
walk for the frosh goal line. Howard
went over for a touchdown. This end
ed the regulation football. "Jumbo
then gave the ball to the freshmen on
tho varsity ton-yard lino, with the in
junction to the varsity stalwarts that
they "would have to hold the fresh
men lor ten downs before they could
go for supper." After the neophyte
had scored seven touchdowns the var
sity not only hold them for ten downs,
but also threw them back thirty yards
Every one then broke for the gym
CornhU8kers in Fine Shape.
Tho scrimmage last night conclude
the hard work before the set-to with
tho aboriginios from Lawrence, Kas.
Every varsity man came out of the
Minnesota battle in good shape. With
a light practice tonight the Cornhuskor
machine will bo in prime condition to
stage against the Indians, that delight
ful exhibition entitled, "Sculping the
Ked Men," or "Who Put the 'Win' in
Ewald Ortwin Stiehm"?
On Friday evening, October 24, at 8
p. in., the engineers will have a smoker
in Brownell Hall, South Eleventh
street. All engineers out, as a uniquo
program is being prepared Committee
L. C. Smith & Bros.
125 North 13th, Lincoln, Neb.
The L. C. Smith & Bros. Type
writer is invaluable to college stu
dents who want a record of their
college work after graduation.
We give special attention to the
needs of students. We have type
writers to rent, as well as to sell.
A few rebuilt machines at a bar
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CAHDT
Meier Drug Co
13 AMD O STREETS
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