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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
8Jln Satlg NtbraBkatt
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
M. V. REED
Kenneth M. Snyder
John L. Outright
. . .Fred N. Wellu
II V. Harlan Athletics
Ktliol Arnold Women
Dean McHrien, Ruth Squires, Robert
Holland, Louis Home, Clnra Dodds,
Clon Everts. Earl Keefer, R. V
Koupnl, Homer Phillips, (Mar
enee Spier, Max Itnehr,
MISS FLORENCE CHAPMAN
MISS MARJORIE ANDERSON
11 A. M,
CORNHUSKERS TAKE SLUMP
(Continued From I 'age One.)
et. Uus. Mngr. Frank S. l'erklns
circulation Manager I. C. Heard
.Suhnnlptlon price $2.00 per year.
payable in advance
SinRle Copies, 5 eontn oaeb
Knfernd at the postofTlce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mail matter,
under the ct of Congress of March
Nebraska. Usually the K. II. aggre
gation luaf through the rest of the
schedule, but always pointing thoir
tetun against Nebraska and Missouri.
The Kansas team is reputed to be
very strong on the defensive while
their offensive work falls short. The
opposite or this is true at Nebraska,
so the two teams will match their
strong points against each other and
likewise their weak ones.
As Is usually the custom ol our
Thui sclay, Novcmbei 6, 191H
The 1'niverslty delights to do honor
to the men who make the name Ne
braska held in respect thruout the
athletic world Now without detract
ing from tin- praise of the stars of
the gridiron, we may well pause to
give credit to the men who have
been designated to uphold the honor i
ot Nebraska in the intercollegiate de
For a month sixteen men have)
worked ntghlh. .it the expense ol i
their studies, in the hope of making
I lie teams. Thev hae pored over vol
ume.s innumerable in the libraries. ,
collecting uvidence on the question ot
"Literacy." llulletins ol the goern
ment have been stripped ot their lads
to make up the background ot argu
ment which will be used against Min
nesota and Iowa. Now at this Until
tryout eight men have been selected
as the most lit to represent the Uni
versity. On December 12 the donates
aro hold, with Iowa at Iowa City and
with Minnesota at Lincoln. In the
mean tlmo, let the University give
evldonce of confidence In the debaters,
and Interest In their work. Nebraska's
record In the Intercollegiate debates
Is unequalled, but we're not standing
on past records alone. The records
of the future depend upon the present
team, and the interest of the entire
University can be a potential force
At the llrst of the semester it was
announced that one policy of the Ne
bruskan would be to become efllcient
as a gatherer of news. The seminar
of last night was u step in this direc
tion. Working without the super
vision which a school or instructor of
journalism could exert, It is necessary
for the staff to take steps towards ac
quiring an understanding of actual
journalistic principles. With a staff
of reporters conscientiously following
out these principles, the quality of the
workmanship produced will be raised.
GOING TO KANSAS?
If so, better make up your mind
and act. The Kansans are getting out
a crowd of several thousand home
comers for the game, and Nebraska
cun't afford to miss tho fun. The spe
cial train is being filled now in the
ofllco of Guy Reed.
southern neighbors they are backing
their tiiiui in the v;i ol betting, but
, odds are being asked. One to two on
Kansas is the lavorite, but even
I money that Nebraska won't beat Kan
sas by more than seven points is also
"attracting some attention.
The Daily Northwestern, a four-col-
1 umn paper, issued a (he-column paper
' last Friday as a demonstration to the
students that such would be a deciced
improement If the subscription cam
paign now on is successful, five cohmis
will be the new size of the sheet
ITS ALL EXTRA--
This careful tailoring on our Mackinaw
Coats. Everybody has mackinavvs at prkes
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-hack the storm citff and tfre
tailored storm collar.
These details make the coat. Thafs
why you'll like our Mackinaws
$5, 6.50, 7-50, 8.50, 10.
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LOST Will man who tound leather
pocket notebook in basement ol Ne i
braska ball please return to Hag otlice i
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THE Emmanuel Methodist Church at
l.'itli and C is a home-like church I
where students like to go. Try It.
MODKRN, up-to-date rooms. Complete
new furnace equipment. Board if de
sired, and rates reasonable. 1436 L
St. Phono 116266.
WANTED Student to do simple let-
ter writing and other easy desk
(work, from 11 to 12 daily. University
i prices. Third classman who may wish
to continue the job preferred. Call at
Room '201, Nebraska Hall. G-2t.
LARGE front room with two study
tables; $12 per month, at 442 No.
12th St ll-6-2t
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
City Y. M..C. A. 13th and P
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
WE CATER TO STUDENTS
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112 North 13th
University School of Musk
Offers the highest class of instruction in all
branches of music.
Students may enter any time.
Anyone expecting' to study music will do
well to get information concerning this
school before choosing an instructor.
Willard Kimball Director
Ask for new catalog -:- -:- Eleventh andR Streets
University Y. M. C. A. Cafeteria
Established for the students.
Managed by the Students.
Conducted in the interests of the students.
Serves the largest amount of the best food
at the least cost.
The Cafeteria in the Temple.
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