The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 24, 1914, Image 4
i, neniiiii ii wmmMmwmmMmimmi$m"iminmmmmmmrimmwtmmmfitittmW)& v V - J'.; . - THE DAILY NEBEASKAN A ( - a. j iw-- iTTyfTfZZtrr- COLLEGE SPORTS Atheletic Editor. TEAM LOSES EXCITING GAME TO CORNHUSKER8 Cornhuskers Come Up From Behind and Win by a 33 to 17 Score. I'lilvllIK I In1 Im'sI HIIIIU" Of tilt' HOUHOI1, li nkc -iii down to defeat before NcIh ,'Mkn on I hi- local floor yeHterday h a scon- l .'.i. to IT The difference In the (omit docs not Indicate the llerci'iie-AH ol the In and there whs not a mln ni in the Kaine that wim without mtcirsi Drake fought from whisile to whe He many limcH out )laiiiK 'he peedj CornhusltprH and putting up .1 liiiiml of basketball that dellnhled III.' i loMl It uniilil be Ii ml to pick an Indl nl ua 1 t.n limn the Mine and White !; i iii. iii i la.M-d the name of his lite ('apt. mi Tuiiier although unable In scoie Iiiiiii the held under the close guuiilim: nl IImu.ikI, wa.s in the Kiinu1 cirii uiiuiiii' 1 1 is opponent, Howard, shut ivmi t;o,il . Imm the Held, but one t ilii'.r u.i. ,i long one, of the sort the iMiuis M-enied addicted to .Nebraska pl,ied a great game Their team work and passing was among the best si-en here this year Kcr man was an expert at guarding bis opponent Haskell is the fastest man eer si en on the Drake Moor, while the two gu.uds, Hawkins and Howard, Imtli plaxed excellent games llanlik pl,iid a Kood game as long as be kept his temper, but was In dire dangei ol r.niu; out via the foul route when leplaitd l Hugg Drake Del phic NEBRASKA CRUSHES AMES BASKETBALL TOSSERS Win Two Games From Iowa Confer ence Team Slow Playing. Ames, la . IV b -1 -Nebraska beat the ines basketball team decisively, HI to It, this alternoon Nebraska had the game in land from the atari. The score at the end of the Mrst half was S to 1 Hntherloid was the only Ne braska man who could not score. Ne braska outclassed Ames today, both otlenslvel and defensively. They out dribbled and out passed Ames and had the knack of completing pauses when eai the Ames goal The Nebraska deiense wa.s too close and fast for Ames to do anything with It. Ames' one field noal was thrown by Holmes in the last halt The Hue Up Nebraska Ames Hanlik i- Dowell Haskell 11 Swlney M'is c Holmes Hawkins ,-j; Hansell Kutliei lord ir Kelly Substitutes Hugg for Hanzlik, THE GROUNDS HOG was RIGHT Cold Weather "B-r- r-r -r 1 1 Buy That Winter Suitor OYosit now at this unusual price 18 KLINES Optn Evenings 1132 0 St. Howard for Hawkins. PorlerMeld for Hwlney Field baskets Hanzlik 2, Haskell, Myers 2, Hawkins, Hugg 2 Kreo throAs Hwlney. Referee -Hyland of Iowa. SPORT NOTES. The Kansas Aggies won from Mis souri last Wednesday night by a score of .'lf to :!2 It was a real fight from whistle to whistle. The game was played In Columbia. Carl Lundgren, former "llllnl" ath lete and Chicago "Cub" twlrler, Is to coach the University or Michigan HI 14 baseball squad There were only ten men who turned out in answer to the call for spring track work at the University of Michi gan Standing of Frat Basketball Teams. Won Lost l'ct Aipna 1 lieta Chi. . . .4 t) 1000 Delta Tail Delta 1 o 1000 Kappa Sigma o nmo I'hl Kappa lsl 3 0 loot) Sigma Alpha Kpsllon.2 () KiOO Beta Theta I'i 1 l .f,()(, Phi Delta Theta 1 l .r,00 Sigma I Mi i lOpsilon. . .1 1 . rno Alpha Sigma Phi 1 1 .r.00 I'hl Camnia Delta . 1 2 .', Alpha Tan Omega ..0 2 .ooo Ielta Chi o Am Delta Upsilon o 2 .000 Sigma Chi 0 0 .000 Sigma Nil o 4 .000 Cames played Saturday: Alpha Theta Chi s Delta Chi . . o Delta Upsilon y Kappa Sigma 1 1 Slgmu Alpha Kjisllon 20 I'hl Gamma Delta hj (James played Monday: Alpha Theta Chi 14 Alpha Tau Omega 10 Hetit Theta l'i 14 Delta Chi Sigma Nu Forfeited Sigma Phi Fpsilon CAMP PLAN8 OUT (Continued from Pago Ono) made to get those petitions out of the way nt once because Immediate action Is necessary If the regiment Is to take advantage of the opportunity to hold camp at Leavenworth with the cadets of Kansas Agricultural College and of the University of Missouri Camp, as planned, will cause the minimum of sacrifice of college and vacation work. It will be held the first week In June All cadets will be ier mltted to take their final examinations a week early They will be dismissed from camp at the same time that the other students are dismissed in Lin coln. They will not have to worry about coming back for final exams, nor need they fear that camp will take away one week from their summer's work or pleauirfe If camp is not granted, they will be in college just as long, until June !) Camp will inter fere with but one thing regular class work. It will not Interfere with ex aminatloriH, with summer vacations, nor with seniors receiving their de grees in Lincoln Tlie eon! -will be kept down to tin minimum It is not thought that in any event the expense will be more than six dollars. If the "encampment is held at Leavenworth, the United States Government will bear the en tire expense excepting railroad fan It will not cost the average man any more to go to camp than It would to live in Lincoln for ten days. Concerning the nature of the camp, I the Nebraskan has only hearsay evi I deuce. It is understood that there will ' be but one "hike" a day, in the morn ing. The afternoons, till five, will be left to the cadets At live regimental I parados and reviews will be given From then until taps every man will ( be his own master. There will be no more night inarches. STUDENTS ENJOY ONE OF THOSE SWELL TIMES Few Cases of Mumpa Reported Noth ing Serious Advice for the Non-Afflicted. "Have j oil ever had the mumps V" That question Is being hurled at one from all sides and produces a panic on every occasion. Of all plagues in vented for the misery and torture of mankind, mumps deBorvo first rank and blue ribbons. And to think that tho (plague) scourge is raging on the campus and "good men and true" are Btrlcken by the score. You In your security with the mump less stop long enougli I11 your care free existence to consider tho plight of the many unfortunates who sit around with their faces tied up and their grins absolutely shot to pieces. It is then that the BaintB develop and wo find tho worst sinners enduring ull with meekness and hope. But now, we aBk, can one be truly amiable when suffering a Iobb to dignity and disposi tion at the Biimo time? The question is certainly open to discussion, and JiiBt now the "Rag" would like to offer a few suggestions to the many miser ables Keep cheery and happy, and don't let jour friends see you from any standpoint. Wo promise you a merry welcome when wo Beo your normal face again and not your loss of check. Reporters Disappointed. So jerfectly blameless and correct was the dancing at the celebrated Pan Hellenic dance held recently at the University of Minnesota that a large number of scoop reporters who had repaired to points of vantage earlier In the evening are reported to have left in disgust Nothing sensational was done, and every one seemed to have a good time. A record breaking crowd wns piesent, but this did not seem to appease the newspaper men, who failed to see any possibilities of a feature story in the dance The affair reflects credit on the manage ment and the dancers present, accord ing to local papers, which evidently expected a (iispluv of some sort ????????????????? WHO WHAT WHERE HANDY DIRECTORY OF THOSE WHO ALWAYS HAVE SOME- THIHQ YOU NEED Mfs Cnrry "Vour Bunk Account With Urn MM CITY INATIONAL BANK 1Ullll CORNER ELEVENTH AIND O 8TS. (flrll Gregory Coal Co. vlll J. M. CLARK, '10. See Us First. Lot Us Sob Too First. 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