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112 North 13th
(Continued from Pngo Two)
to tbis bit of newH from a Lawrence
"Ah a result of the loss of the game
to Nebraska last Saturday the Minne-
hiiih kiiim piny may not ne useo nexi
Saturday against Missouri. The 'old
mans. lormer iooioan stars, nem an
informal meeting with Head Coach
Morrp after Saturday's game and
pleaded for the old style Kansas
ball. Mosse and Frank have not yot
areed upon their tactics of play
against the Timers, but it is prettv cei
tain that the li i i." shift will not be n
pan 01 trie i n rootnail mi ricuium 1
II has been renorted before that thei
shift was to be dropped, but this time
the report seems to be final. Perhaps
a new form of the shift will be used LOST A bunch of keys; please re
tliis week. I ,,. )() HaK ome.
"Other changes prabably will be . .
made in the Kansas line-up this week ' LOST Ring notebook containing
according to the coaches. Something I Physics I notes. Paul Malison on
has to be done with the defensive play cover; leave at Rag ofllce and receive
of tiie .layhawkers The weakness In reward.
this part of the game was responsible
for the loss of the game last Saturday. ' I-OST Alpha Chi Omega pin. shape
Koine radical changes In The hnckflclcl ' f l.v,'w KuL wiUl ouala He ward.
are looked for.
"On account of the mud the for
ward pass plays that the coaches had
worked up for the Cornhuskers were
not used, bo the team will have these
to spring against Missouri. It is the
opinion here that K. U. will need
everything possible to win from the
"The team came through the game
in good shape, not a man being dis
abled At present the Kansas team
is in practically the same position as'
at this time last year. A loss to j
Oklahoma and Nebraska clouds the
k v season tins ear, while last I
war Washburn look a shot at thei
Kansans wt the team
against Missouii and won The fol
lowers hero are hoping for a repeater
against the Tigers this war"
Officials for Iowa Game.
The oflicials for the Nebraska-Iowa
game have been boson tor some time
The are Walter Kckersall of Chicago,
referee, Haddon of Michigan, umpire.
and Sejniour of Springfield training
school, head linesman
What's Your All-Mo. Valley Team?
This business of picking an all-Mis
souri alle team is rawtlier difuYult,
donteherknow We may be near
sighted, partisan, and all that but it's
hard to see an thing else in the valley
but tin Coinhuskeis Why not make
the Scarlet and Cream the all valle
"Haibei shop gossip at Lawrence is
to the effect that Kansas is making
read to lop off the heads of Arthur
Mosse and Leonard Frank, as coaches
and reinstall Hert Kennedy. Corn
huskers would prefer to see Kennedy
kept off the job. As the coaching is
now conducted at Kansas, the Jay
hawkers are reasonably soft and
easy." Lincoln News..
What Do You Know About This?
Topeka Journal: "Kansas won a
groat victory in the annual football
game with Nebraska In Lawrence,"
saye the Lawrence Gazette today. It
beats all how long it takes the news
to travel nowadays. It has been un
derstood In Topeka for three days that
Jones' Orchestra, L9666.
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