The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 31, 1913, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Qtyr laily NebraHkmt
Proporty of
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
Lincoln.
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Edltor-in-Chlef
Managing Editor
ABBOclato Editor
ABKOdato Editor
Konnoth M. Snyder
John L. Outright
Frod N. Wolln
KEPOHTORIAl. STAFF.
II. V. Hurlun A I hi ot low
Ethel Arnold Womon
Dean McRrlon, Ruth Squlrcn, Robert
Holland, LouIh Hornu, Clara DoddH,
(Hon EvortH. ICail Kcofrr, It. V.
Koupal. Homer I'hllllpB, Clar
enee Hplei, Max Raehr,
RoHwell WeeUn.
Art. Huh. Mrmr. Frank S. 1'erkinx
Circulation Manager J. ('. Heard
Subscription price 2 00 per year.
paynhlc In advance.
ainglf Conic?, T centR each
break of a few poor losers. Coach
Stlchm has repeatedly beaten Kansas,
and beaten them decisively.
The evidence forwarded to Guy E.
Reed yesterday does not prove the
Kansas' contention that there was a
gentlemen's agreement. Missouri's
and Kansas' representatives state that
there was such an agreement. Drake,
Ames and Nebraska simply state that
the matter was discussed, and that
representatives agreed to use their In
fluence to discourage negro competi
tion. The Washington representative
is not sure of the point in any way.
All state that there was no official ac
tion. If there had been such an agree
ment the policy of the Missouri Vah
ley Conference would be to permit
Ross to play out hi6 allotted year of
athletic competition. No action ever
taken by the Missouri Valley Confer
ence Km been retroactive.
JUNIORS MEET AND ELECT
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Entered at. the poHtofhVe at Lincoln.
NebraHka, aH secondclasn mall matter,
under the Ael of Cnnn-m of Manli
3, 1879.
MINOR OFFICERS YESTERDAY
Condition of Class is Serious Finan
cially Accoiding to Statements
Made at Meeting.
Friday, October:!!. I9i:
THE KANSAS PROTEST.
The latest attitude of the athletic
board of the University of Kansas
can be construed as nothing more
than insulting and petty. It is seem
ed the game by insulting the athletic
mgly trying to force Nebraska to can
authorities at Nebraska. Without
any notification officially by the Kan
sas athletic board to the board at Ne
braska, the lollowign article was au
thorized by the Kansas board and
given out by Manager Hamilton to the
press:
"Nebraska thi u the press inti
mates that Kansas i6 protesting,
which is not t-uc: that the rea
son they aro protesting is because
they are afraid of the negro,
which is not true.
"Kansas does not want to play
the man, not because he is a ne
gro, but because there was a gen
tlemen's agreement not to play
him.
"It begins to look to me now
as tho Coach Stiehm is getting
just a little bit afraid to risk his
reputation in meeting Kansas,
and is looking for some loophole
to avoid the calamity that is sure
to follow, so that it will be our
policy to simply furnish to the ath
letic authoritioe at Nebraska cop
ies of the letters that we received
fro mthe faculty representatives
from the conference schools, all of
which say that there was an
agreement not to play negroes,
and then if they insist on playing
the negro, we will play him."
Any fair-minded and non-partisan
critic can feel how small and petty is
this action by an athletic board sup
posedly representing a great institu
tion. The attack upon Mr. Stiehm
personally seems to be only the out-
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Till- Junior fl.is, met yesterd :it
11 ::'.) in tli Temili' Theatre and dis
cukmmI plans tor the coniini; semester.
The following minor odieors won-I
. leit"'l
Viet I'residont. Stella Steven--
Seiiitary, .hunt Wheeler.
Tn.i'urer, Kenneth M. Snyder
Plie met that tin- class is forty dol
lars in ilelit is one which hinders the
eliis . i nun an student activities or
fuiKtioi this ( ar. The only (hnnte
is to I'.i.at notes anioni; the members
of the i Kiss whith will pay this debt
and liable the prom hop and play to
j be Kien. A meeting of the Hoard of
'Financial Manager will be held soon
I and il .-. uvs plans.
CORNHUSKERS OFF T OAMES
(Continued Fiom Pae One.)
Hlble. Meek will play at Purdy's place,
rlfcht hair; Howard will take Rock's
place .it left end, and Coffee will hold
forth in Howard's position at full back.
Halls or Crosse will plug up the hole
at left tackle made by the absence of
Halllgan, unless Halligan hlms"lf will
be able to play.
The following men make up the
sijuad that will Invade tho Ames camp:
Heck, right half; Halls, Cameron,
right tackle; Coffee, fullback; Gel-
' wick. Halllgan, left tackle; Howard,
left end; Irwin, Mastln, right end;
j Purdy, Itoss, left guard; Rutherford,
i left half; Shields, Thompson, center;
'Towle. quarter; Hlwell, Abbott, right
guard, Crosse, Delematre.
HRINO HACK THE HACON, HOYS!
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
11 AND O STREETS
TAN DRILL
English Lace and
U. S Bottoms
$2.95
RUDD 141S STREET
IT'S ALL EXTRA--
This careful tailoring on our Mackinaw
Coats. Everybody has mackinaws at prices
similar to ours and the pattern will be very
similar too. But let us point out the differ
ence in the tailoring the patch pockets--the
yoke-back the storm cuff and the
tailored storm collar.
These details make the coat Thafs
why you'll like our Mackinaws
$5, 6.50, 7.50, 8.50, 10.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING
COMPANY
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANT, ,S
All our University Rings at
25 Discount
This Week Only
The Uni Book Store
340 N. 11th Street
School Supplies
TYPEWRITERS
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 12th St.-Funke Bdg.
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Drug Cutter
3 CTADrC IIUYLER S CANDY
I Try the Y. M. C A. LuncL $., I
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