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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
C. K. ZMORSE, Athelehc Editor.
CLAIMS NEBRASKA WON'T
PLAY RUBBER GAME
Wesleyan Supporter Reports Strenu
ously Th.it Nebraska Is Afraid.
Tin- i'nl'un otioBpomlent of tho
Omnli.i !! iIh Ihi'h that NebniHkn
Iiiih irfiiM (I to nit ct WoHloyan In a
'riililici Kiiiix i)l basketball Tlio
tflut t'liicul im nnIUioiiI truth, for (ho Ne
briuiku iinuiiigrim nl Iiiih not boon ap
fjroii hod for n lubber name.
Ih It true tli. it rnlveralty Place is
dr, or did lie get I ho inspiration at
tin- cast (.-nil ol O Hlroot?
Coach SUclim U In receipt of a lot
ter from Lniiianl I'nrdy congratulat
ing him upon I lie doublo victory ovor
MlniKHiita Neg always did love tho
South Dakota Iiiih wrltton asking for
tt basketball gauiu. Tbo liuskera. ul
rtad hac a skieen-Kamo HCbodulo
mid ai llllcd 1 1 1 Tho South Dakota
maiiugt MKMit Is still hammering away
lor a football game Along that lino
their pioHpcctH aio hotter.
CONQUERORS OF ELI BID
FOR NEBRASKA CLASH
Washington and Jefferson Want Game
to Be Played in Pennsylvania.
Washington and .Jefferson Unlver
t i t ol Willi. mis. I'iMin , la burning up
the wires tiding to arrange u 1914
football i;ann- with tho CornbuHkorH.
rJ'bc want tin k.i mt tq bo played In
I'dim. 1 aula ami offer a very llboraj
Last biasoii thc closed their season
with a ( lean slate Their most re
markable immIoi manro was when they
held Yale to a 0 to 0 Hcoro at New
It Is ery unlikely that the gftiho
will be Hchediiled The main trouble
is that out Ionn.i date falls on tho day
they want "We won't aak Iowa to
change bur date," says Jumbo, so that
just about Hetties It
JAYHAWKS VS. TIGER8
Two Missouri Valley Teams from the
8outh ClaBh In Double-Header.
The University of Kansas met Mls
aoun lust ulght In the first of a two
game aeiieB Tho gamoa are lu the
Show Mo state. From the dope It
looks pretty much Jayhawk.
Tho Mlssourlan of February 9 says
"Comparative scores mako the Jay
hawkers about twenty points stronger
than tho Tlgors. The homo court and
a Htrong rooting spirit, however, may
ofTset tho advantage considerably.
"Tho standing of the two unlversl
tlos In respect to the winning and los
lug of Conference gamos bIionvb Kan
una haa played eight and lost one.
while Missouri has played four nnd
lost one. Kansas has played Ames,
Washington and Knnsas Agglea, loa
lug ono gamo to tho Kansas Aggies
Missouri has played Ames and Wash
ington, losing one game to Washing
ton. "Kansas beat Washington r0 to 19
and 41 to 11 In the games Friday and
Saturday nights Missouri plaed tho
same Washington team Wednesday
and Thursday winning the first gamo
28 to 20 and losing tho other 27 to 19.
"Only four more games will be
played here this season. Two are
with Kansas and two with tho Kansas
Agglos, Fobruary 18 and 19. Thurs
day night tho Tigers go to Ames, Iowa,
where they play Friday and Saturday
HAND IT TO NEBRASKA
Minnesota Paper Comments on Game
Says Better Team Than
Tho Mltinoaotft Daily of Fobruary 7
"In tho snappiest and most exciting
basketball game, seen on tho local
floor this season, tho Minnesota team
laBt night was defeated by Nebraska
by the close Bcoro of 22 to 1G The
Minnesota team showed a wonderful
Improvement In form over tho previ
ous gamoa and during tho first half
led by a safe score. They wero un
able to Btand the strain, however, and
during the Bocond half weakened con
siderably. Captain Stadsvold again
proved hla stellar ability In caging
baskets by shooting all tho baskets
except ono, which was caged by
In commenting on the Saturday
night game they said:
"The Gophers failed to score a field
goal during tho first half, but Captain
THE GARDEN OF
Stadsvold made two In tho second
period. Most of tho points secured by
both sides rosultod from fouls, there
being penalties every few minutes be
cause of rough play Tho Nebraska
team Is much Btronger this year than
last and has Improved wonderfully In
"Captain Haskell at forward put up
a particularly fast game, being the
only man on his team who played a
clean game Tho others resorted to
football tactics and the play of the
Mlnnesotans was none too ladylike "
AMES REPORTED FAST
Bernet, the New Captain, a Veteran
Other Colleges Strong.
Tho Amos Cyclones Are reported by
their Dally Student to be In excellent
Drake. (Irinnell, Iowa State, and
Ames are all placing fabt basketball
M. E Bernet, tho new captain of
tho 'varsity basketball team, elected
to succeed George It. Taaffe. who was
recently declared Ineligible by the
Missouri "Volley Conference because
of hla A. H. degree, has spent eight
years on the basketball floor.
His Daughter Say. father, I feel
that I ought to have a new hat
Her Father - Where do you feel
that wa "
Hla Daughter In my wishbone, fa
Eighty-three counties of the atato
have remitted to tho state $887,258 as
amounts due on their annual settle
ments. Last year the total from tho
ninety-two counties was a little less
WHO WHAT WHERE
HANDY DIRECTORY OF THOSE WHO ALWAYS HAVE SOME-
THINS YOU NEED
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