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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
UPPERCLASS CO-EDS WIN
SENIOR - JUNIOR COMBINATION
BE8T8 OPPONENTS BY 3-1
SCORE IN PUBLIC GAME.
CONTEST WAS WELL FOUGHT
Team Work of Seniors Humbles Play
of Others. Stands Dotted by
Liberal Number of Mas
"Team work, girls, team work," was
thr way Miss GittinRs expressed the
;5 to 1 victory of the upperclass girls
over the freshmen and sophomores
Indeed I approve of the stand , j t1(. ,0ckey game yesterday. With
taken and think most all of ns rather Ideal weather conditions, and an ap
preciative audience of fans in the j
stands, the game was well fought and
well won. It was the first public ai-!
UiU'muldH that "if-tw-kHMUHtinPtlnnlp,,, ()f llt, lrtR,. lHhn u-m,,.,.
i.s mud- In ollepe entrance there amj Ufta tK, tnjr,i scheduled contest, I
should not be in collet activities" giving the seniors a lead of one game'
ml doesn't want to see any school . in the contest.
put on- over on Nebraska, so there
FACULTY WOMEN ADD SUP
PORT TO BOARD'S DECISION
Are Convinced That Nebraska Is Fair
In Controversy But Wish to
See Conference Intact.
Nebraska is perfectly justified in
reinalnc to draw the color line, says
MIhb Dechtol and Miss Gittings of the
Thoy express themselves as much
interested In the controversy and
think tho stand taken by the authori
ties here perfectly justified.
Imv- the Hooker T. Washington slo
gan,'' says Mi ltechtol. Miss Git-
Your "EDUCATION" has been "NEGLECTED"
if you think you are
"WELL-DRESSED" in a "HAND-ME-DOWN-SUIT
CUT OUT a little "POOL" and "PARTY"
And have your CLOTHES MADE
IN LINCOLN BY REGULAR TAILORS.
We cut an "individual pattern"
For "every Customer."
Our Woolens are all EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS
Dr. Maxey was present in the offi
cial capacity of cheer leader for the
i no ground tor argument between i taitllui inusculin( He.nent that dotted
th-M) two football hosiers.
the south stands. His cheers were'
Miss Bechtol thinks that no rash frequently inaudible, or mere side
step should be taken, however, in remarks, but what matter that? Or-,
withdrawing trom the conference, as , ganized rooting for girls' athletics has I
according to our geographical location ' not come into its own, but is in the
there would be no other schools of formative stage. With the addition
Nebraska's dais easily accessible for of a girls' band and several girls in'
Uiim,.s the stands the game would have been
At the Urn- the Nebraska baseball complete in all the features ot an in
team went to Kansas for a game and ten ollegiate match H actual count
were illacked b the rooting squad. , there were twelve toed witnesses n
having their dothing turn and hat the game
stolen, the true spirit l Kansas was The pla was last, espei iall at
inanii--t and we lose nothing b those times when the puck was being
break'ng off nlhletii activities with driven dangerously near the goal.
Kansas but will if we leave the con- , Then black and white clad upperclass
leren. .-, says Miss Hechtol, and adds, girls mixed with the somber-hued low-j
"Who ;n the seenty-seven states will j ers in a mad scramble tor the rubber!
w- 1 . - a game with it we with- J puck. Team work s. individuality
1 1 raw": sometimes resulted in a goal, but more
! frequently the guards sent the often-
Tea Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter, and sive ball back out of the danger zone.
Repa -er. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th. Ot the upperclass team. Olivia Stur-
devant and Ruth Inhr were conspicu-
Wisconsin Takes Tip. oils lor their clean-cut play. Fay Tol-
Th- student conference ot the Uni-j les and Helen Carroll were leaders
veislt of Wisconsin recently passed among the freshmen and sophomores.
a resolution torbidding freshmen to' The lineup-
-liter Mtloons A great many upper I'pperclass ()liia Sturdevant. cnp
lassi -n have moved to eject frosh tain . Amy Armstrong, Freda Bishop,
rrom the saloons if they are found , Mildred Itutler. Carey Butler. Marie
tnre Clark, Isabel Coons, Celia Davis. Beu-
lah Harris, Helen Randall. Vlasta
Dr Alldntt, dentist, 200 Ganter bldg.,'tt'rba, Frances Tuthill. Gertrude
1240 O St. B.-3905. VanDriel, Ruth Lahr.
Lowerdass Mona Lac- . captain .
Tv Q I tedlth Brown, Edith Bryan. Mary
DJ I O ! Camp. Helen Carroll, Ruth Fitch. Jes-
. sic Downing, Kn Fish, Cornelia Fra-
Lincoln's Fashionable Tailors
427-428-429-426 Funke Bldg.
107 So. 12th
yy Wftnt VOU tO zler t'amille Leyda. Lucile Leyda
i. r r ll i Edith Lumsden, Grace Metcalfe. Clan
see our line or rail
and Winter Caps
all the new colors
and shapes Bow in
the back Norfolk
Pleats or straight
shapes-regular $ 1.50
values . . 95c
1132 O Street
Reisland, D. Rettlg, Lulu Schlld, Fay
Tolles, Vivien Stetson, Lucile Roane.
OlllcialH- -Miss Inn Gittings, referee
Mary Challis and Genevieve Lowry,
Final score: Upperclass. :!; lower
"The lraternlty which rushes you
via the saloon route, or the Barbary
Coast, is NOT the bunch to join, be
cause they aren't in .themselves true
Californians, and we don't want either
them or any more of their kind," de
clares Pres. Whoeler of the Univer
sity of California.
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