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THE DAILY NEBBASEAN
3 lath NebraBkan
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
M. V. REED
Kenneth M. Snyder
Fred N. WeUu
Clarence T. Spier
H. V Harlan Athletics
Ethel Arnold ... Women
Ruth Squires. Rohert Holland, Louis
Home, Clara Dodds. C.len Lveit-.
File Keeler. Win F Noble. R
V. Koupa), Max llnehr.
AcT Huh Mngr. Frank S. l'eiklns
Circulation Manager J. C. Heard
SubBcription price 2 00 per year,
payable in advance.
Single Copies, 5 cents each
Entered at the poHtotllce at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as second Class mail matter,
under the Act of Congress of March
H. V. HARLAN. -fc
Wc Should Manifest Concern.
Nebiaska iHii't so easily disposed of
as the se alleged sport writers of Chi
cago would have us believe
"The Chicago 'experts' have disposed
I ol Nebuiska's pretenses with a few
swipe-- and passe at the tvpewrlter
, The K cud Herald do pester is sure the
Cor nhii-ke-i s won a fluke ictory over
1 M inn"-ota and that the (Jophers could
ttounce Nebraska three or four touch
dow lis were they to clash today, while
the Michigan Aggies, who whipped
both Michigan and Wisconsin, would
plow iiillv as eas for the Wolverines
I lit id ntall , Walter Kcke-isnll has
been lining the Cornhuskers a square
deal .ind decent consideration in his
Tiiliiri'- dope, but in the e-timation of
the .iwiane Wind Citv w liter the
Coinhuskeis hae a lot ol gall to figure
ilie , it on the map" Line oln Xews
Thutsdav, November '2d, 19l3
Applhation lor reportorial iiosition
on the Daily Nebraskan will be re
(eived the rest of the week by the
editor in chief. Freshmn only need
applv. There is a good chance al
this time tor Ireshnien to commence
work on the paper and with the in
.reused facilities afforded b new
equipment, a splendid training in
newspaper writing can be secured.
Nebraska is sutlering at the present
tune an epidemic ot overwork, 'i he
men who an- doing things, who are
active in student nltairs of all Kin Is
are snowed under with committee
meetings, rallies, short business talks
that break up study schedules and
interrupt systematic work. They are
trying to be e onMi -nt in their regul.i.
universit course, to give a just pio
portion of time to the preparation ol
their daily work. They are also trv
lng to make good In the departments
of student enterprise which they have
selected as Melds for their endeavors.
These men include athletes, deb. iter-,
politicians, committee men, .-Indent a
sistants in departments of the diiwi
sity, managers of the student pu'di
cations, and freshmen who are -.i:
fering troni an over estimation oi their
own importance. Perhaps to tin I i-t
should be added tipper c l.issiiien as
well, who are also sightl indul'-'c m
of their capabilities, but who are not
alhliated with an student entei pii-c -The
men who are aetuallv giving lull
time to their college work are nnssum
some ot the pleasure that conn - w.ih
participation in these various lines ol
activity. Hut they are also .-.a'e in the
possession of a clear conscience with
regard to that next recitation. Ask
the man next to you whether he is
glad he is what he is, or what he
would rather be and do.
Loeb's Orchestra, L-9896 or H-1392.
Wanted: A suggestion for the draw
ing of a Hawkeye. In connection with I
Jayhawks and other animals repre
senting our sister institutions, the
question as to the description of the
Iowa emblem arises.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Brou..
Printers. 1313 N street.
K. C. Star Praises Cornhuskers.
Mil -poit w liter of the Kansas Cit
S::i' takes the common sense attitude
that c.wn if Missouri defeat- Kansas
ami thus conies through the season (
witho.it losing a conference game, the j
Tigc-s will have no claim to the alley
championship He concedes the undis
puted title to Nebraska. Read this
"The 0 to 0 victor of Nebraska over
Kansa- at Lawrence Satuidav leaw-s
Mis-oiiri onlv a chance for a tie with
t!u whiilwind Cornluiskt-r eleven tor
the M1--01111 Vallev conference chain
pionship The Tigeis have before- them
1'ie ta-h ol whipping the ,Ia hawkers
b a .itii scoi e than the Nebraskans
ll'.icli In the event that the Tigers
'ho:' I iicceed in this rathei imposing
'ill i' Mi-souii might chime in for a
-'ii- ( the championship Still, the
maio'itv of the critics probably would
give the title to the Cornhuskers by the
holdover route, citing the Nebraska vie
toiv over the Minnesota eleven as
ev lib nee of the high class of the Ne
braska machine and urging the de
teat ol the Tigers at the hands of the
Illini as direct testimony tending to
lower the rank of the Rrew or Schulte
"Orlv Iowa now lies in the path of
the Nebraska eleven The Cornhusk
ers have gone through the season
with a clean slate, conquering one Rig
Nine team in the traveling A vic
toi over a second western confer
e-uce toe. the Iowans, would establish
firmly the class of the Nebraskans in
the Westein loothall world.
"The Cornhiisker eleven is a great
1 football team as Missouri valley
teams go. but there are many who
believe the Stiehin roller will strike a
ic-al snag when it meets the Ilavvk-
! ev es The Iowa eleven has been
'amassing big s'-ores with a startling
I regularit v and the Saturday defeat of
the Ames Aggies by a lopsided score
, make- the Hawkeyes loom even more
I dangerous in the path of the valley's
Minnesota Shift Loses Another
The once famous Minnesota shift
is rapidly falling into the discard
since- the Cornhuskers smashed up the
plav when used not only by Its orig
inators but its imitators Kansas
don't seem to think much of it List
It 's New--and It's Good!
Note the modified Eng
lish appearance extreme
That's what H.S.& M.
are noted for -clothes
builders to men of taste.
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Armstrong Clothing Co,
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University School of Music
Second Term begins Monday, November 17th
There is still some time left with some of our
Register at once.
Willard Kimball, Director
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