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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL.1. NO. -.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 21, 1901
HIGH SCHOOL WINS EASILY.
Lincoln Boys Shut Out tin1 Normal
Team l'niversit Scrubs
Lose to Doane Hlicr
Lincoln High School defeated the
Peru Normal team. Saturday by a
score of 35 to 0. The game was an
uninteresting affair from start to finish
excepting about the last ten minutes
of play when the Normal brared tip
and threw tho high school back for
13 and 3 anls forcing them to kick
Peru then began to play aggressive
hall sending Rador around right end
for 3 yards and Heck through the cen
ter foi 7 and 1. Hurst, the Normal
captain, was unable to play in the first
half on account of a bad ankle. The
offensive playing of the high school
was above tho average, the work of
Follmer. Kimmel. Barwick and Losh
iicing especially fine.
The Normal kicked off :?r yards and
the high school returned 2."). On the
next phi) Mason was sent through
the line for. 25 yards, then Hawley
wont around Tynor for forty and a
touchdown. Haegey kicked goal. Score
t' to 0. Time one minute. Peru kicked
off. Fullmer, Heagey, Losh and Kim
mel made 60 yards and Hawley went
around the end -for 40 yards and the
second touchdown Heagey kicked
goali score. 12 to 0. On the next kick
off Follmer returned the ball 40 yards,
then made forty more around Murphy.
Here the high school met with Its first
set back and lost 3 yards on a fumble,
but made it up at once thiough the
center. Peru was held for downs on
their thirty yard line. The high school
then made 20 yards around left end
and sent Hall through the line for the
third toushdown. Score. 18 to 0. Beck
stopped the high school's famous " pig"
play which they always count on for
a long gain. The Normals then held
the high school boys for do-vns on
the Normals 10 yard I'u.e and punted
1; . yirds u .' I. Jii li
After a few small gains Heagey was
aent around the end tor a touchdown.
Heagey kicked goal. Score 24 to 0.
Follmer returned eight yards on the
kick off and tho high school was held
and forced to kick. The ball was
fumbled by the Normal and time was
called with the score 24 to 0.
The story of the second half la a
mere repetition of the first, long runs
and brilliant playing by the high
school and poor defense on the part
of the Normal. The high school did
some Very fine punting In this half
and the phenomnal runs of Follmer
nd Heagey netted two more touch
owns. Heagoy only failed on one
toal out of six trials and the final score
stood 35 to 0. In this half the Normal
team did some fine work In holding the
high school and even throwing them
back for losses of 13 and 3 yards. They
also did some nice offensive work but
were clearly outclassed by the -high
The teams lined up as follows:
High School. Normal.
IV Follmer 1...RE Tyron
Kimmel RT Howe
Hall RO Munday
Johnson C McConnell
Losh L(J Fisher
Fields IT Gruhh
Hawley UE Murphy
Baiwick Q Bradford
E. Follmer Hii Hoatcr
Mason LH Rader
Heagey FB Beck
Officials Professor Condree referee;
Fred Brew umpire; Kingsbury and
Piofessor Porter time keepers.
Time of halves, 25 minutes.
MAY EXCLUDE WOMEN
Debating Association Votes to limit
Membership to Male Students
The Hoard Plan Re
ported Kaorall .
study. It Ih probable that a class con
sisting of tho nine Interstate debut-1"
ors ,the substitutes and enough men
to compose a second team, will bo
organized the second semester. By
moans of this class the mon who are
to debate with sister Institutions will
be thoroughly drilled and coachod for
SECOND TRAM LOSES TO DOANE.
By a score of 0 to 0 the second Uni
versity toam was defeated by the
Doane college eleven Saturday at
Cictte. The game was a close contest
trtrmghout. neither team proving it
self very much the superior of the
other. The touchdown was made by
Doane during the flist half and it
was during that part of the game
that Doane did the best work. Dur
ing the second half the University boys
braced up and prevented further scor
ing. The line up
Tidball LE ..
Fulirer I.T.. .
A Taylor LG Newton
G. Taylor C Frazer
Ireland RG Martin
Potter RT Walton
Pierce RE Bailey
Bowlby Q McDonald
Houston LH Cuff
Carlson RH Eager
Wendland FB Lenmer
Substitutes For Doane, Moore,
Speece and Vance; university, Clin
ton. Briggs and Raymond.
Ofilclals Harper, referee. Mains,
umpire; Hlgbee, time-keeper.
Twenty-flve minute halves.
. . Johnson
. . . Dlerks
KNOX SCORES AGAINST WIS
CONSIN. The Knox-Wlsconsin game Saturday
was a ragged exhibition of football.
Wisconsin ran up a Bcore of 22
points against her opponents and then
slumped and let them carry the ball
across her goal. The Chicago Tribune
Instead of tho clean, hard, aggres
sive play of lasC Saturday today's work
was slow, ragged, and uncertain, and
fumbling was of such frequent occur
rence as to become monotonous. To
cap the climax, Knox crossed the var
sity goal for a touchdown, the first
time In recent years that a .minor
team has scored on a Wisconsin ele
ven. During all this time Coach Wil
liams of Minnesota and Knowlton,
Page, Doble and Rogers of the Gopher
eleven stood on the side lines and
watched their rivals' discorfiflture.
In strong contrast with the work of
the badgers was the fast plucky game
put up by Knox. Sullivan, the big
left guard of tho visitors, was In every
play, and repeatedly broke up tho var
sity formations. The Knox ends also
put up a splendid game, being much
more successful in stopping end plays
than were the Belolt ends. Knox also
surpassed Wisconsin when it came to
kicking, and succeeded in gaining con
siderable ground in this way.
Women students may no longer be
come members of the debating asso
ciation If the action taken at its meet
ing Saturday Is affirmed by the asso
ciation next Saturday. By a good ma
jority It was decided to Insert the word
"male" In the membership clause,
theieby restricting the membership to
men students. This action is not fi
nal but Is only preliminary to the
adoption of the constitution which
will bo done after the document voted
on Saturday has been posted a week.
There was something of a fight on the
hands of those who urged the action.
The committe to whom the constitu
tion was referred for revision refused
to take the action and the membership
clause as reported by them contained
no restrictive clause. After the re
port was adopted, however, a motion
to insert the word "male" In the clause
was carried. There was considerable
opposition to this action by thode
who look at the principle Involved.
Tliuy argue that the University la il
co-educational institution and that
men and women ought to be t rented
Those who favor the restriction do
so on the ground that the best Interests
of the association would be furthered
by It. There seems to be a feeling
among many that fair play Is not
shown to the male contestants when
there Is a woman contestant.
nother Important change which
was reported by the committe Saturday
was the adoption of the board system
of controlling the debates. It was
voted to put the matter in the hands
of a debating board of nine members.
consisting of four faculty members,
the instructor in charge of debating
and four student members two of
whom shall be the president and sec
retary of the debating association.
This will place the control of debates
on the same footing as that of athlet
ics. If tho new constitution is adopted
the annual dues will be raised to $1.25
instead of 25 cents as they are now.
This will entitle each member to en
ter tho debating contests without fur
ther charge. A provision was Intro
duced putting the keeping of the funds
in the hands of the librarian of the
The new constitution as accepted
from tho committee of the association
will he posted on tho bulletin hoard for
one week. It will bo voted on finally
next Saturday. It waV decided to
leave the question of a contest with
Iowa until after the new board Is or
ganized. An action of great Importance to
debating interests was taken at the
meeting of the University Senate Fri
day. It was practically decided to al
low credit for work on the Interstate
debates. The amount of credit allow
ed and the details were placed in the
hands of the committee on courses of
HEAVY MEN FOR BASKET BALL.
Captain Koehler of the basket ball
team Is on the look out for men who
are both heavy and fast. He believes
that players having those qualities will
make up tho strongest toam. Regard
ing the team he said: "The team will
be the best the school has over produc
ed We have a pick of men of last
year's team, experienced players from
high schools and some new men who
have the qualities that make strong
"I will try to get all big mon who
are fast for I believe this style of a
player Is most effective In a match
Captain Koehler spoke of all the
teams at the tournament In Chicago
last year having big men and how tht
little men, although good players,
were no match for their big opponents.
Men who have announced their Inten
tion of playing are: Gaines, Raymond,
Rhodes, Plllsbury and Clinton. Cor
trlyou will also be-back .
Manager Morill will not play but
Is now arranging a Berles of games.
Phi Kappa Psl entertained for their
new members Friday night at their
chapter home at Sixteenth and K
streets. The house was elaborately
decorated with the colors of the fra
ternity. Those present were: Misses
B. Hargreavcs, Wirt, Trigg, Dumont,
L. Hargreavcs, Locke, Holbrook,
Funke, Hunt, Lansing, Trlcke, Hays,
G. Bennett, Shedd, Harris, Harley,
Comstock,. Roblson, Honeywell, J.
Outcalt, Bryan, Stone, Loomls, G. Ma
comber, M. Bennett, E. Outcalt, Post,
M. Macomber, Dcwecsc; Messrs, Cus
caden, Engle, Manchester, Lehmer, A.
Cuscaden, Douglas, Powell, Jaynes,
Crandall, Sedgwick, Allen, Dumont,
Fricke, Harris, Morrison, Southwick,
Johnson, States, Ramsey, Smith,
Shedd, Deweese, Balrd, Buckley, Cook,
Ringer, Bross, Ledwith, Hays, McCul-lough.
Fred J. Kelly, J. Giddlngs Senter
and William Spelser were three In
itiates who were conducted into the
mysteries of Delta Tau Delta frater
nity Saturday night. After the Initia
tory rites were completed the active
members of the chapter indulged In
an Informal feed and smoker.
FOOTBALL SCORES YESTERDAY.
Illinois, 24; Chicago, 0.
Michigan; 29; Northwestern, 0.
Wisconsin, 22; Knox, 5.
Purdue, 19; De Pauw.,0.
-Indiana, 76; Franklin, 0.
'Harvard, 6; West Point, 0.
Yale, 22; Penn State, 0.
Princeton, 35; Brown, 0.
Pennsylvania, 6; Bucknell, 0.
Corneli, 17, Carlisle, 0.
Dartmouth, C; Williams, 2.
Columbia. 12; Hamilton, 0.
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