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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1940)
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'fh Daily Mebraskai
0cia.' Newspaper Of More Than 7,000 Students
Vol. 40, No. 50.
Tuesday, December 3, 1940
Pep-f ired irooters
paintl: town ired
BY RALPH S. COMBS.
Tli is is ii rally-ridden town.
It was a lirctl, worn, hut happy, student body Ilia! went to
hcd last night, after almost 24 lions of rallying. It's the first
time in Xehraska's history that she's heen KOKK HOWL hound,
and the whole town went nuts. There were rallies everywhere,
with "Howled over" students yelling "Let's go West, "'"Stam
pede Stanford," and "Our Team is Kcd-Ilot."
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Dean T. J. Thompson, in commenting-
on the rallies of the day,
at G p. m. last night, said," This
display of enthusiasm today was
inevitable. No one could ponsibly
believe that Nebraska students
would take such a great tiling
calmly. I'm glad to see such spirit.
But now that we've had our dav
of celebration, I think it best that
we get back in the groove.
"Several of our players are on
the scholastic border-line, and if
displays like those of today are
ltd. . yuuau&n&XMiinJk. W.
It isn't every day that Nebraska goes to the Rose Bowl, and it isn't every day that everyone plays hookey. But yesterday,
happened. Exuberant students carry tneir unofficial ultimatum announcing dismissal of c'asses. Might r"akes right, h-n-m-'!?
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Wouvhvr says . . .
"As to the Rose Bowl game,
of course we're delighted! The
morning rally was fine, but in
the afternoon, it would have
been LESS boring to go to
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This cavalcade here marked the beginning of the day of rallies. Led by Cheerleitlcr Elton Wiley, the throng headed downtown, with a
makeshift band in tow, to blcck traffic, halt office activity, and stymie work in the FtUc house for more than a h,Mf hour.
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Train, plane, bus offer
ways lo Rose BomI
t- -riii riitta mii In iiihI
Cathercd on the mall, students braved the biting cold to disploV
hot spirits. They rampaged all day, avoiding classes diligently.
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j ,lur.. the (.(OS mile 1 1 if. to IV,:;a
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f I 11 I VI I I i I I Villi ll.'lli. UlllMfl IlK.lll.lf I
on train, li'is 01 iniplaiie, and
In ie i.s what it will cost you:
Train fare on a ioaih, a ticket
to the football game and the Tour
nament of Ko.ses parade, and all
food on 1 1 1 c train are unbilled in
III" special $.r.Yr;i reduction late
ollefil by the Union Pacific. In
cluding a berth, the juice will lie
$7ii..'!0. If you want to stay in I,os
Angeles for more I ban a day alter
the game, it will cost you Wi.rM i
for a regular round trip train!
ticket. One way i.s .V.O.r-O.
Dally Muff h-lo t,y
Koiind 1 1 i j tickets on the bus
will sell ini !j; Ifi. I.", and if you can
liii'l another tide back lo Lincoln
(See KAUKK, page 12 i
Ilo-r IoI Itiji frrr!
Here's a chance for six Ne
braska students to win a free
trip to the Rose Bowl. Tht
Omaha World Herald will pay
all expenses plus spending
money. For details, read the
ad on pines eight and nine of
today's World Herald.
continued it will be a great detri
ment to the players in trying to
get everything lined up for the
big day. Let's settle down and give
them a chance,'' he concluded.
"Have they been here?" Mr.
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Six -cliools ive
apjwoval Sunday ni:lit;
MM-k layoff from drills
BY JIM EVINGER.
Ferdinand has nothing on Ne
braska! For t he Coi iihuskei s are .smell
ing flowers now. In fact they are
taking whiffs of a whole bowl of
flowers roses. At approximately
11 p. m. Sunday night. Maj. Law
rence Jones officially an
nounced that Nebraska had ac
cepted Stanford's invitation to play
in the Rose bowl on New Years
day in I'asadena, Calif.
Farlier in the evening, Al Mas
ters, Stanton) graduate manager,
init"d the lluskers but bad t
wail until later before Nebra.sk i
could receive permission from
mcinbeis ol the Big Six cunl'iT
ence. I r. Belginan of low, i St ate gave
the permission alter a polling of
the Cyclone athletic board which
made the loop sanction unanimous.
First time for Huskcrs
Nebraska's acceptance marks
the iir.-.t time a middle-western
team has gone to the Cos" bowl
classic since Notre I la me Went in
Kili.'i and defeated St 1 1 1 ford 21
Tins is the first time a bowl hi I
of any Soil has cvei been accepted
by Nebraska. Close to 85. 000 peo
ple uill view the spectacle which
will be the largest crowd lo ever
see a Cornhusker team in action.
Coach "Biff" Jones announced
that the lluskers would enjey a
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