Nov. 1. Hap Halligan comes to
classes. New Yorkers form Knickerbocker Club.
Owen Frank a cripple! ? Mystic
Mugs listen to Chief Justice Reese.
Nov. 2. Fred Hunter organizes a football team at
Farm. Ruth Rhinehart boasts of
having missed the "Sentimental
Age." Roy Temple held to a tie in a game of
Matrimony. Rowly Thomas organizes
a mandolin club.
Nov. 3. Off for Ames. Dierks reports expenses of
trip as 5.5 cents. Sam Buck says
it cost him $55.
Nov. 4. Score-One for the Red Rose Company. Case of
Nebraska v. Ames hung
up by jury. Soft pedal in the
Nov. 5. Case of McGowan v. C. R. I. & P. R. R.
decided against Beany. Fine,
$1.10. Omaha is shocked and
surprised at the osculatory exhibit put up by
squad and friends at the Union depot.
Nov. 7. Chorus from Ames, Kansas, and Missouri,
with response from Minnesota,
"Oh Shonka, How Roughly You
Nov. 8. Sororities in council assembled decide to
abolish "tubbing." No remarks,
please. Chancellor Avery reports
from Boise, Idaho, en route to address the
anniversary assembly of the
University of Washington at Seattle.
Nov. 9. Omaha club formed "To Boost Nebraska." Dana
VanDusen serves second
term as master of ceremonies of
the Military Ball.
Nov. 10. Annual interclass football games. Senior.,
lose to juniors in the cark, and
Soph-Fresh game results in
Nov. 11. Blizzard. Nebraska 27, Doane O. Stiehm
Nov. 12. Chancellor Avery returns from Pacific.
Jack Farley has a new suit.
Nov. 13. Peanut Hill decides to favor only those
sororities that serve "eats."
Nov. 15. Torchlight parade announced. Chancellor
Avery announces policy of
"gentlemanly cheering," and
advocates the "cussless victory."
Nov. 16. Football and cross-country teams leave for
Jayhawk Land. Hundreds of
students reserve space beneath
berths and between chairs in the train. Beany
McGowan's legs too long. The
porter trips and Beany has to pay his fare.
Special train also liberally
Nov. 17. Waiting.
Nov. 18. Watching.
Nov. 19. Celebrating. Kansas 0000000, Nebraska
Nov. 20. Now for Michigan. Dana Vandusen announces
that Co-eds may attend
banquet following the game.
Nov. 21. Peanut Hill effervesces in song, through
the columns of the Rag. The Rag
announces the second consecutive
Missouri Valley Championship as the lot of
Shonka & Co.
Nov. 22. Wolverine alumni decide to join with
in joint banquet to
the two teams at the Auditorium
following the game. Commercial Club decorates
the village with Michigan and
Nov. 24. Michigan Rally. All there but six. "We
must beat Michigan."