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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
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STIEHM FEARS C0TNER GAME
WILL BE A DISASTROUS ONE
Scores of Past Years Point to Superi
ority in Basketball on Part of
TALKS ON "THE OTHER FELLOW"
L. O. Jones Advises University Stud
ents Against Selfishness in Their
Treatment of Associates.
The more Coach Stichm thinks
about it, the more sure he becomes
that Nebraska is doomed to defeat
at the hands of Cotner tomorrow
night. In looking over the records
yesterday, the coacsh found that in
the past three years Nebraska has
.scored a total of 4t points against
Cotner, as compared with the 53 points
which the Christians have scored
against the Cornhuskers in the same
length of time. In other words, the
'Huskers are just seven points in the
In 1 f 1 1 the count was 35 to 17 in
favor of the enemy. Before that time
the Cornhuskers had alwas looked
upon tile Cotner contest as a good
prat Ice contest, but after that disas
trous defeat, they changed their
minds, and, Minnesota-like, refused to
schedule a game the following year.
Tn 1913, however, the two fives again
met. and this time Nebraska came
out victorious, 20 to 18.
Included in this year's Cotner line
up is Brltt, the famous forward who
was a member of the 1911 quintet
which put It all over Nebraska. Brltt
was one of two men who, in last sea
son's game, were able to score against
the locals. The other man, Oeschger,
Ib also included in this year's line-up.
Each made three goals from the field.
Nothing is known here of the records
of the other men on Cotner's present
team, but it is plain that Brltt and
Oeschger are striking terror into the
heart of E. O. Stiehm.
Mr. L. O. Jones who spoke before
a group of university young men in
the University Temple last night left
many worthy pointers. In connection
with his subject, "Helping the Other
Fellow," Mr. Jones referred to the
monuments of such great men as
Washington and Lincoln as being the
marks of remembrance of men who,
although they had their minds and
hearts full of other things, stopped
to help the other fellow. The young
man who gets the impression that to
be a success he must tend only to his
own affairs and not be bothered by
others is to be pitied, Bays Mr. Jones,
for it is only through association that
men are able to know how to deal
with men. The best chance a uni
versity man has to "help the other
fellow," is to keep his fellow student
from the many allurements that are
dally tempting the young men. Mr.
Jones is quite a story teller and many
of his suggestions were driven home
by the use of an appropriate story.
Miss M. Hanks sang a pleasing solo.
Next week, those in charge of the
Thursday evening talks hope to be
able to have the Wesleyan Ladies'
Quartett on the program.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bro.,
Printers. 1313 N street
JoneB' Orchestra; Phone L9666.
Friday, January 16.
German Dramatic Club Play .Temple
Senior Hop Llndell
Forest Club Dancing Party
Phi Gamma Delta . . House Party
Saturday, January 17.
Spharo Styx Fun Festival
German Dramatic Club Banquet....
Kappa Alpha Theta Music Hall
ISRAEL RIDETH ON ASS
Continued from page 1
Winnie Dalzell, Mary Collins, A.
Emley, Wanda Kimmeli, Paul Gris
wold, Loyd A. Barnes, Nell Kirkwood,
Musical Number: --Sextette from
Lucia di Lammermor (directed by
Mrs. Carrie B. Raymond.
An Evening's Morning.
Con Ahl, a lawyer. . .William Aldrich
Constance Esterbrook Bond, a widow
of some experience
Marguerite Rust in
Scene: Room in Constance's New
The Worche8tershire Kids in a warm
Act entitled "Dressing.
Lea Tamzon Manker
Perrin T. Erie Keefer
Scene: O street after an Orpheum
Musical Number: "Tommy," by
Taylor and Ramsey.
A Night in Next-to-see.
Romiet, a looney lover
Julio, another Esther Wheeler
Capulet, her paw-paw. . .Russel Israel
Goin-Upp Jimmy the Kid
Scene: Capulet's front yard.
Rudolph Cloyd Stewart
Otto Dana Cole
The Waitress Essie Jones
Scene: By the Sad Sea "Foam."
Musical (?) number by Blatz An
heuser. What would you do?
Bluebeard George A. Spooner
Miss Turkey-trot. . . Gladys Lowenberg
Miss Adelaide Tamzon Manker
Miss Tango Kate Denman
Miss Bunny-hug Isabel Coons
Scene: Bluebeard's chamber of
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MAKES PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR
Art Association Members Gather in
Private Session Professor
Fling Draws Crowd.
Phi Gamma Delta announces the
pledging of Walter Noeltlng, '17, of
The art gallery last night was re
served for members only who gath
ered together that they might become
better acquainted with each other, and
thus further the organization. Short
talks were given by several of the
members alul plans for next year dis
cussed. Professor Fling addressed one of
the largest audiences of the exhibit
Wednesday night when ho talked on
Art from the standpoint of the layman
and the professional artist.
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