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The Daily Nebraskan
LINCOLN, NEB., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1901.
VOL. I NO. 34
LEAVE FOR MILWAUKEE
Football Mon Dopart Full of Hopo
Captain Werttover May Not
PI y. How the Team
Will Line Up.
Tbo foot-ball team accompanied by
Coach Booth, Dr. John Bcachly,
Manager Cowgill, Professor Wycr and
Trainer Be&t loft at 1:45 yestordnv
afternoon for Milwaukee. They wore
accompanied to the depot by a paity
of rooters who gave them a parting
Whllo the team Is In the best of
spirits over the prospects little has
been said. They are undoubtedly in
oettor condition to put up a strong
fight than they wore throo weeks ago.
It is thought by thoso who know tne
team that they will at least bo able
to koop down the score and that they
stand a chanco of crossing the Bad
;'. Considerable disappointment Is felt
over the condition of Captain Wes
tavciL It Is feared that iio mav not
be able to enter tho garuo at all and
it Is not likely that lie can play
throughout both halves, ijast night
after practice he suffered from a
sovoro headache and as a result Dr.
Beachly gave orders for him to stay
out of tho came. Later, however,
ho modified this order and he may
allow the Captain to enter the game.
If Westovor Is kept out of the came
it will bo one of the most serious
blows tho team could sulfor. In caso
he does not go in StrlnKor'wIll piay
right and Kingsbury will play loft
tacklo. The llno-up will probably bo
Cortelyou, right end; Westover right
taokle. Brow, right guard; Koeh
ler, center; Tooln, loft guard; Kings
bury, lei b taoklo C. bhedd, loft ond;
Drain, ciuartor and acting caDtaln;
G. Shedd. right half; Crandall, left
iialf ; Pillsbury, fulloack, substitutes.
olatlon ro those who feared for her
success, in that It was unusually
spirited. The team lined up against
the scrubs, and was able to break
hrough and run away with tho gall
at almost any Limo. Tho practlco
was bo furious that Burrior, who. was
considerably battered In tno Minne
apolis game, was forced to tho side
lines In an exhausted condition, al-
thoagn not Injured, for twenty min
utes. In the signal practice Jones played
at quarter, Williams going through
the play with him. lie is makincr
rapid headway. Ho handles tho ball
well and isfast. Young Griffith was
also tried to some extent. Tho squad
also indulged in foot racing from
goal to goal. Griffith was handicapped
thirty feet and camo.lg second. Wll
kins Is replacing Wetland at half
back, Wetland being so badly knocked
out it Is feared ho will bo unabio to
play against Illinois or Knox.
Tho removal of Williams and tho
injuries of Terrell have groatly crip
pled tho Learn, bcoauso these two
had been practiced particularly in
WILL EXHIBIT WORK.
BULLETINS FROM TITO WIS
The Dally Nebraskan has made ar
rangements for a number of special
bulletins of tho game 'Saturday.
Thoy will bo announced on tho foot
ball grounds as fast as received.
Students' Domestic Bcionce Depart
ment will - Show ' Thoir
Waros Today and To
morrow. Tho doors of the Domestic Sclonco
department will bo open today from
lo am. to 5 pm. and tomorrow from
0 am. to 4 pm. for all thoso who oaro
to avail themselves or an opportun
ity to seo what is being accomplished
In that science.
A special display of about forty
quartB of canned goodB, fruits, veget
ables, plokles, catsup, chow chow,
jellies, grapes, Juices, etc.. will oe
placod on exhibition to show the
variety of work done in thoso linos.
Theso have been put up with Bomo
expense to tho department as well as
caro and they will accordingly be
offered for salo at moderate prices in
ordor to repay tho oxponso of tho
work as much as possible.
The products aro spoolmons of tho
culinary art and aro worth much
mc-ro than is offered. Thcsfr-will be-
.shown Ju-tiiQJabQratQrles as well as
In cablnots. It might further be
said that they aro a production of
the second year classes.
Tho number in tho second year
course Is fourteen and In tho first
substantiated Muoilor will no barred,
without waiting ' for action by tho
In caso Muoilor Is barred threo
ways of lining tho Vacancy n tho lino
aro opon. Ono Is to shift Too from
loft tacklo to right guard and play
Thorpo or Tift at Poo's old placo;
thoecond to move Auno into right
Kuard and play Hoyt at ond; tho
third to put Thopo Or TItt or Rlck
er at Muollor's placo.
SENIOR LAWS TO HELP WITH
THE CLASS BOOK.
Tho sonior law class will bo Invited
to join with tho senior class In tho
publication of tho class book. lb
was decided to extend tho Invitation
at tho mooting of tho sonior class
yesterday afternoon. Tho law class
was also aRked to appoint throe mem
bers to act as assoclato editors on
the class book.
Tho "cap and gown" and "cap and
cano' committees wore authorized
to procuro costumes and full powor
to mako selections whro given tnom.
Althouuh roport now us made it is
understood that tho cap and cane
committee aroonsfdorTng a cap madO
'02 above tho vizor. Canes havo also
BULLETINS from the
Wisconsin game will
be received by the Daily
Nebraskan and an
nounced on the foot
ball field, Saturday.
WISCONSIN IN GOOD SHAPE.
Tho Wisconsin team scorns to have
made considerable improvement dur
ing the last wcok, especially in stop
ping mass palys. Tho Record Herald
of yesterday sayB;
SecTOtrpraotlco was installed again
for the Wisconsin foot-ball team this
aftornoon and it was lierco and fast.
Tho varsity made tho best showing
yet in defending mass plays, but the
scrubs succeeded in scoring on them
for tho firsttlmo. Green a now can-
" didato for" naif b"ack7TJToaktnfr
through and getting away for a
sevontv-yard run and a touchdown.
Apart from this tho varsity hold
the second eloven in good shppe,
Fogg, Abbott and Coohems were not
tho praotlce, Marshall playing
quarter back, Aborcromblo left half
'and Daum ond.
Jerry Riordan was ,out again to
v assist in couching the guards. Ho is
IV one of tho men talked of to succeed
King ,ns coach, Curtis and Larson
nolng also under disoussion. Nothing
is likely to be dono in tho mattor for
some time. Coach King deolioes to
discuss as tho caso of Muoilor, tho
Minnesota full back, against whom
charges of professionalism have beon
Tho lowa practice today was a rev-
Sunday,4 P. M., Union
Hall, Dr. H. O. Row
lands wijl speak on
"The Foundation of
RATE TO OMAHA.
A special rate of ono faro for the
round trip has beon secured for tho
Missouri game at Omaha a week from
tomorrow. If an entire train load
can be assured tho Burlington prom
ises tu. cut the raLo .down tQ $1.10.
At this price it is thought that a
largo delegation of rooters will ac
company tho team and seo the game.
A letter from H. A. Tukoy who is
managing tho Omaha ond of the
game says that the prospects for tho
good. Tho Wabash has raaao a rata
of $5 from Columbia. Missouri, and
roturn. There is a prospect of tho
rate going still lower. A general rato
of ono and one-third fares from all
points within 55 miles of Omaha has
In view of the crowd that is expec
ted from here arranegments havo
been made to resorvo a block of. scats
provided thoy oan bo disposed of. It
Is desired that all thoso who want
seats leave their names at tho execu
tive office or call phono 221 today or
tomorrow. After tomorrow .night
ijlncoln people will have to take
their chances "of getting seats. Bo
served seats will bo sold at $1, boxes
holding six will probaoly bo sold for
$10. General admission is 50 cents
year over thirty. The course will
also be open to all lady students in
tho Agrioultnral School which opens
University foot-ball enthusiasts will
bo enabled to witness a good game of
foot-bull Saturday oven tnougn tho
first tern is away from Lincon. LI neon
and Omaha high schools havo probab
ly f.hn f,wn hoRt. ton ma In Mm Rfnf.n
gamo and on .lmmonscucrQwd am niitjgnf tj7r nniynmify .f)in f,finm
TnE NEW GRAND STAND.
Work on tho now orand stand
which Is to bo orected on tho west
sido of the gridiron began yesterday.
Tho Dulldlng will bo 25 by 170 feet In
size und 20 foot high with a seating
capacity of from 1200 to 1500. It will
be completed in timo for tho Kansas
gamo November 10.
A decision which will bo of intorest
to students In the University has re
cently beon made Ijy the Stato Super
intendent of Public Instruction. Ho
declares that Btudonts may bo com
pelled to presont certificates of vaccl-
qinMnnuir-hft-PYPlmlflrt frnrn fr.hp-
schoois of the Stato by tho propor
authorities Students cannot be com
pelled to furnish tho certificates but
they may bo oxciudcd from school if
thoy do not.
uro ovonly matched ana tho gamo
will undoubtedly bo close .
Holders of season tiokes"will bo ad
mitted on presentation of tho tickots
at tho gates.
CHARGES AGAINST A MINNE
Formal charges of professionalism
havo beon made against Muoilor tho
big right guard of tho Minnesota
team. Ho is said to havo won $5 in
a footrace at a picnic at La Crosse
last summor. Mueller donles tho
charge hut makes no explanation.
Dr. 'WUllains, athletic director and
Professor IT. S. Jones, . chairman of
the athejtic committee, decline to
discuss tbo mattor further than to
say that the charges will bo Investi
gated at ones, ana time u they are
The debating clnbs will moot in
thoir respective balls Saturday nigbt
as usual. Tho questions aro as fol
lows. "" " r
nexation of Canada to tlrerUtritUcT"
States would bo to tho interests of
both" countries, commerorallyahoT"
politically. Affirmative; Moior, .Scott
and Bucknor, " Negativo: Strayor, .
Moiiok and PosplBsil.
PALL AD IAN.
Resolved. That tho United States
should establish a school for tho
training of diplomatists.
Afllrmatlve: Hamilton and Leo.
Negativo.; Johnson, aod Hewitt.
After tbo debate parliamentary
drill will bo held and pages 50-70 of '
Robert's Rules of Order will bo dis
Resolved, That tho United States
should mantain a 'Postal Savings
lbahlc similar to that conrlnntart hv
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