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THE DAILY KlBRAgyiK
fillllCY Tft nliE AMUIIAI
HU8KER9 RUN AWAY
WITH LA8T GAME
Farmer Boys From Iowa Unablo to
Stand the Pace Set by the '''
The lnflt game of tho formal haBkot
ball Benson wob played Saturday even
ing wlion the Cornhuskors romped
over tho Auicb Aggies by a BCor6 of
41 to 13. Tho Iowa tanners wercout
claBBed from tlie opening whlstlo ami
wore nevor. itblc to ovortako tho vic
torious. CornhtiBkerB, and the first half
onded with tho Hcoro standing 17 to 3.
ft Tho last half was even worso for the
Ames basket tOHsers than tho preced
ing half and Nebraska's Buporlorlty In
all dopartmontB of tho game was vory
Captain Ross Haskell covered him
solf with glory In tho final Amos game
of his collogo days and gave a thrilling
exhibition of basketball. Ho located
KANSAS WILL NOT '
MEET THE HU8KERfir
Nebraska Claims the Missouri Valley
Championship by Precedent
If prosont reports aro truo, there
will be no post-season gamo with Kan
sas. Kansas stands as tho champion
In the southern division of tho MIs-
HOUTr-VnllDy-ConfoTcuco-and-NcbraHku- -ln-trly-tt-book 4H-be-gWen-to-th
In tho northorn. Through preocdonce
and tho Benson's standing, Nebraska
claims thp championship of tho Mis
Kansas has played more games than
Nebraska, but has lost two. Nebraska
has a clean slato In its soven Confer
ence games. Tho Joyhawkers do not
seem inclined to settle tho honor ques
tion by post-sorlcs games. Tho Ne
braska Bquad was tho undisputed
champions in 1913 and 1012, and ath
letic authorities seo no grounds for a
Ilnnzllk, rf 2 0 1
If ugg, rf .'2 0 2
Haskoll. If 5 2 3
Myers, c 2 - 1 0
Finloy, c 1 0 2
Hawkins, rg 3 0 1
Howard, lg 1 0 0
Rutherford, lg 3 0 0
Without a doubt tho last gamo of
tho season will bo played with Wos
leyan at tho auditorium Thursday
tlnr-bTTHkDt tlvu times while bclng-J-KanBaB-clalm-of-ohampionshlp,
guarded by Captain Hansell of Ames,
who Is regarded as one of the best
players In tho Missouri Valley Confer
onco. AH tho Cornhuskers took part
In tho scoring desplto tho fact that
Coach Stlohin changed tho lineup in
tho final frame. Ilelow' Is the lineup
Goals ThrowB Fouls
Standing of-Frat Basketball Tegms.
19 3 9
Goals Throws Fouls
Alpha Theta Chi 5 0
Delta Tau Delta 2 0
Kappa Sigma 3 0
Phi Kappa. Psi 3 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.4 0
Phi Delta Theta 2 1
Beta Theta PI 1 1
Phi Gamma Delta ...2 3
Sigma Phi Epsilon...l . 2 -
Alpha Sigma Phi 1 2
Delto Chi 1 4
-Sigmo-Chl ft 1
FOR pftefaPT PAYMENT.
Captain WhoseCompany Gets Money
In First Gets Corrihusker.
Russell F. Swift, business manager
of tho 1914 Cornhusker, has offered a
freo book to the captain whoso com
pany first pays for their space In tho
book. In past years much trouble has
been gone through in getting the hard
cash frpm the Impocunlous cadets.
Thero Was little Incentive to bo
prompt-and so payments dragged till
tho end orXho year. This rosultod in
no end of inconvenience to thov man
agement. In order to give the cap
tains tangible motivo to get tho "kale"
most dcsorvlng. Tho competition is
open to all captains.
CADET BAND PLAN8
TOUR INTO THE 8TATE
Spring Vacation DayYto Be Utilized
Advance Man Securing Dates.
The University Cadet Band will
make a trip out into thb state, giving
sovoral concerts. B. T. Lane is out
this week making date's for the con
certs. Tho cities at which tho con-
certs are to bo given will be
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HANDY DIRECTORY A)F THOSE WHO ALWAYS HAVE SOME-
THINI YOU NEED
Carry Your Bank Account VUltH Ua
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CORNER ELEVENTH AND O 8TS.
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6 Exposures 10c, 8 & 10 Exposures 1Bo, 12 Eipsssrei 20c
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nounced later. The concerts aro to bo
slon department. Tho trip is to Btart
on or about the 16th of March.
FlnrKt Flowers All the Time. GHAPIN BROS
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244 N. 11th Street
Watch ThisColumn Grow!
Delta Upsllon . ; . . .-0 2
Alpha Tau Omega... 0 3
Sigma Nu ....0 4
Letter Men Announced.
Tho men who will recolve their
basketball "N" this year are: Captain
Haskoll, Hanzllk, Hugg, Myers, Rath
orord, Howard and ITawklns. Captain
Haskoll has won three letters, Haw
kins two, and tho remainder of the
mon aro playing for their first season
as regular men.
Portorfiold. rr. 0 0
Rogers, rf 1 0
Swlnoy, If 0 6
.Noble, c ? 1 0
tllansoll, rg 1 0
Kelly, lg l o
Referee Mark Hyland, of Iowa University.
Delta Chi 12
AlPha Sigma Phi 10
Phi Gamma Delta 20
Sigma Phi Epsllon a 9
Sigma Alpha Epsllon
Sigma Nu '. forfeited
Alpha Theta Chi .. 14
Beta Theta Pi . . , 8
SIMMONS THE PRINTER
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we place on safeO dozen
All Coat Style. Every one
Bonafide 75c and $1:00 value
0pin Evenings 1132 0 St.
Fat man, extravagantly dressed, in
cluding Btiff derby, attempts to de
scend Icy stops of Unl Hall, slips,
slides, rtlps, tumbles, after describing
a parabola, falls, in sitting posturo,
kerplunk on the stiff derby, which had
preceded' his flight.
Pat man, looking around furtively:
"If I hadn't landed on that darn hat I
surely wjould have fractured mysolf."
Tho card Index of flunks In tho col
ego for tho last semester fills a col
Vin nearly a foot lonfc. The flunks
In the various courses number 349.
ono-third of thoir work number nearly
fifty. Thoro wore nearly as many
"cons" and "nxB" recorded as straight
flunks.- Daily Kansan.
Freshman Crew May Go North.
Washington is considering a race
between their freshmen and tho Cali
fornia freshmen crows on Lake Wash
ington, according to a statement issued-
tne prosldent of -tho unlver
sity last week. Daily Callfornian.
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Call at our office and let us talk it over with you.
Many new ones just starting.
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