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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
Modern Fairy Tale
Artist Dreams of
Game With Harvard
A bunch of kindly string fiends are
arranging a game bet ween Nebraska
and Harvard. Tliey will have the
game pulled off as a climax to next
year's schedule Whether they will
have Harvard play on Nebraska field
or will send the Cornhuskers to Har
vard they have not quite decided.
When they have accomplished the nec
essary negotiation they will tip Coach
Stiehm that he can sail in and clean
house whenever he gets ready.
Certainly Coach Stiehm, the man
who put Nebraska on the western map,
would "like to see such a contest ar
ranged." If the said fiends can "get
awa" with their bright little feat Ne
braska will bow acknowledgment, for
its prestige would soar like dollar
wheat even if the game were played
on Harvard's turf.
But most people would not so read
ily take Sliehm's non-communicative
smile to mean that just as soon as
the details can be arranged Nebraska
will show up the Johnnie Harvardites.
Guy Reed is authority for the state
ment that all the fantastic dope about
the Nebraska-Harvard game is merely
a comfortable pipe dream. Here's hop
ing, Mr. Imaginative Dopester that
your dream comes true. We hate to
cheer for fear you'll wake up.
I always boost your crowd.
Know all the fellows awfully well
You sure can well be proud."
And all the time, I pump her round
And let her shrill her gush.
How much she's heard of me before,
Said with a modest rush.
I tell you. I am on to it
And I'm through with fussing, see
It's all a game of sport and kid
And it "ain't" no sport for me.
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Who doesn't know a thing but flirt
And make your senses whirl.
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Gaby Deslys, the most famous of all
foreign stars who have ever visited
this country, has assured her manage
ment that she will bring with her for
her engagement at the Oliver theater,
which is for a single performance on
Monday evening, December 15, every
one of her hundred and fifty costumes.
These costumes were released from
the appraisers' stores in New York
city only a few days ago, as upon their
arrival in New York on the Mauretania,
the customs officials were dazed at
the prospect of having to examine so
many clothes on the dock. Conse
quently, everything that she will wear
on the stage was sent to the custom
house and it took Gaby and her five
maids over a day to satisiy the cus
toms officials. These gowns are the
very latest creation of Paquln and
Landorf, Paris. Moat of them are after
the designs of Gaby, herself, and they
include many startling effects. When
asked what is the most beautiful cos
tume she has, she said it was a tiger
coat. This is intended, however, for
stage wear, and Gaby likes it so much
that she wears it at every performance,
breaking her rule of never appearing
in the same costume twice in the same
Many of her diaphanous gowns are
carried in celluloid tubes, the tubes in
turn being packed in a specially made
honeycomb trunk. Gaby's five maids
are kept busy arranging the various
costumes. As she will make eight
changes In each of the three acts of
"The Little Parlsienne," the modern
three-act musical comedy in which she
is appearing during this tour, It will be
necessary to construct a special dress
ing room tor her near the first en
trance on the stage of the Oliver, and
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gowns sometimes be literally thrown
at her, yet Gaby lias her own way of
wearing everything in a chic manner
Her supporting company will include
besides her dancing partner, Harry
Pilcer, Joseph W. Herbert, Forrest
Hun', Fritzl von Huslng, Kdgar Atchison-Ely,
Louise Meyers, Arthur Lipsen,
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