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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL. I NO. 43
LINCOUN,-IEB., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1901.
PREPARE FOR KANSAS
Team Getting Into Shapo For the
Game With the Jayhawkors.
Sophomores Tie the
Tlio practlco last night was not
quite up to the usual standard on all
points. While It was a good steady
woric-out, It lacked the snap and vig
or usually seen on Nebraska field.
The scrubs put up a fine game, both
on offensive and defensive They
went through the 'Varsity time and
again for their distance.
Moloney filled Kingsbury's place at
guard. Yos8 took Stringer's position
at tackle and both sets of backs were
played. The work was not steady
but rather ragged. At times the
'Varsity would lino up and put the
ball in play with the old time vim
and bv steady lino bucks and end
runs push the pig skin down nearly to
the goal line then Ipse it on a fum
ble or a miBplay.
IMllsnurv rut uo' n flue game at
fullback tearing up the scrubs' lino
for good gains and sending the pig
skin whirling throught ho air by long
punts. Tho new plays confused the
men somewnat but nothing need be
feared on this score next Satruday.
Early in tho practlco Drain made a
ery pretty place kick from the 25 yd
line. The practice ended with a run
around tho field.
SOPHOMORES TIE THE HIGH
Provloua to the practico tho Sopho
mores played a game with the high
school team in which neither side
scored. It was a very pretty exhibi
tion of football, however, and the
teams are very evenly matched. Tho
high school boys wero a little better
on the defensive play, they being
quicker And mire Of their jplays.
The reaturo of tho garao was a So
yd run by Condra, tho high school
center, ne thought lie had scoured
tho ball on a rumble and; rushed
down the field lor a touch down.
Tho prorefsor Is a rather large maa
and not much used to running, there
fore ho was very much disappointed,
as well as out of breath, when ho
found that his touchdown had been
made with tho ball with which the
'Yaristy were practicing.
at the library. Grand stand scats $1,
general admission 50o.
Tho Kansas City f5tar has the fol
lowing to say concerning tho KanBas
team: "Captain Avery of tho vic
torious team of MM), has roturncd and
ma enter Bchoo!. Ho donned .a suit
last night and showed the men some
of the tricks by which lio won so
much of the fame in this fooball
career from '07 to '99. if ho en tors
school ana can be persuaded to Join
tho squad ho will be a ereat addition
and strength to tho team.
"White intends to bo out every
night from now on and do all tho
can to coach tho guards and tackles.
Outland intends to put most of the
week on practlco in defonse ana may
make some changes In tho lineup.
"The players aro all encouraged
over their showing Saturday and by
next Saturday tho Javhawkcre will
go north to glvo their old rivals,
the CornhuBkers, one of tho greatest
games they over played. Nebraska
has ono of tho best teams in her his
tory and has been scoring sweeping,
victories over every opponent. K.
U. will again no placed against a
team of uld and experienced players,
but tho Jayhawker rooters are con
fident and tho more enthusiastic
are counting on taklnu tho threo re
maining games. Nebraska. Texas
CADET OFFICERS QUIT
Recoct AppointooB Show Dissatis
faction By Absenting Them
selves From. Drill.
Fifteen sergeants'and Jive lleuton
ants absented themselves from drill
last night as a result of the dissatis
faction that is rampant among tho
recont appointees ovor, the way the
o Mires in the battalion were dis
tributed. Of the twenty sergoants In tho
battalion only fivo woro In their
places. But three lieutenants put In
appearance. Drill wont on. however,
in the old way as though nothing out
of tho ordinary had happened. It is
said that cho absentees will stay
away from drill until some satisfac
tory adjustment of the difficulty Is
One of the cadets said last night
that the dissatisfaction was general
and extended ta all exceut very few.
Ho said that tho men did not base
their action on personal grounds but
had tako It because they believed
that an lnjustlco had been done to a
number of men. A number of men.
ho said, who are not well drilled and
who have not taken much Interest in
tho battalion have been promoted
committee to tako ohargo of tho
Froshiuon Hop, which will bo given
in tho near future: Chairman, Hnv
E. Dumont. Misses Ruth Dryan and
Alico Shtdd. Messrs. F. J. MoShnne,
C. A. Sawyer, A. W. .Tayncs, Vorn
Mr. Go Fobro has heon appointed
mastor of ceremonies.
Football Mass Meeting
Chapel Time, FRIDAY.
ROOTERS' CLUB AND CHORUS
SENIOW LAWS IN A FKJr'lT.
There is a factional fight on In the
sonlor law class. it Is over tho
choice of Business manager and asso
ciate editors for the sonlor class
boon. Two boards have been elected
both claiming to bo logal.
A start was rondo last Friday by
tho olcctlon of V. 11. Hoartt, busi
ness manager and Mr. Hlgglns edltor-ln-chler.
Boforo tho election was
completed, however, tho rneotinu ad
journed. Tho antl-Hlgglns faction
then olalm to l.avo presented a legal
petition to tho president for a meet
ing to bo held Wednesday night.
This, they say. ho refused to do.
They then took matters Into their
own bands-and -calloa-a-iuectlng ayj2L
this head. A meeting was then
called by tho president for Wednesday
Tho regulars got together yesterday
aftornoon and choso a board.
The othor faction which is led by
P. B. Weaver and M. J. Cronin held
t oir meeting last night. W. n.
O'oonnell was chairman and M.
J. Cronin scorotary.
The first move was to declare tho
election of Hlgglns and Hoartt void,
on tho gruund that tho motion to
elect officers wob interrupted by tho
adjournment at tho last meeting and
according to tho ruling of tno presi
dent tho motion could not bo divid
ed. Than tho mooting proceeded to
elect tho board. These officers wero
unanimously chosen editor-in-chief.
A. H. Keeney. -
Business manager, VV, R. Heartt.
Assistant .editors,. JL. W. Graves.
G. A. Johnson, F. Af Cusoadenr
F. J. Duval.
THE KANSAS GAME.
Tho gama.jaturday promises to be
a battle royal. Kansas is playing
the fastest ball In tho history of che
game in that institution. From
presont appearances qulto a crowd
wih come up from Lawronoo to back
the Jayhawkere. Ono fare round trip
has oeen secured. Things are begin
ning to look like '97 when Nebraska
surprised everybody by winning 11 to
0. That was when Melford plaved
oentor and Shedd, full.
Nebraska will be In tip top shape,
ready for tho game of her life.
Cuff and Cranaall will play halves,
PillsbJry full and btringor loft ond,
otherwise the team will bo the same
as usual. William J. Bryan and Gov
ernor Eavage with his staff will bo
the guests of tho Athlotlc Board at'
tbo game. Tne tlckots go on salo
Friday morning down town and up
A YELL ,FOR THE KANSAS
The approaching Kansas-Nebraska
game calls to mind a .song wulch tho
MiBSOurians uBed to sing when Kans
as went to Columbia to plnjUaall.
Better get a rustle on you,
P. D, Q.
This waB tho welcome tho Jay
hawkers got when thov bearded the
Tigers in their den.
A new yell especially adapted for
the game Saturday Is:
Down with the Jayhawkers,
Palladian program for Friday even
ing. November 15. is as follows:
Talk Indian Life, Manners and
Customs Miss Case.
Soleoted Recitation from Kipling
Paper Indian Maglo Mr. Mo
Nown. Selected Reading from Kipling
over the heads of moo who have al
ways stood high in military circles.
"As a result of tho promotions"
said tho same authority. "A number
of seniors who were privates at tho
beginning of the year are now lieu
tenants over seniors who wero ser
geants at tho beginning of tho year.
Men aro now drl'ling under men who
drihed under thorn bofore the promo
tions wore mado."
At tho bottom of t'io whole trouble
seems to be tho failure to appoint
men to tho rank thov would bo en
titled to If promotions wero mado ac
cording to tho usual method. Tho
men seem determined not to drill
unless appointments arc readjusted.
Another phase of the question comesS
from tho executive oMlce. It was said
there yesterday that the only way in
whloh studentB who have registered
for drill can drop tho work is oy
registering off. Unless a satisfactory
excuse can do glveu this will can only
be cJono' by paying tho penalty of
threo dollars provided for such cases.
FREbHMAN HOP XJOMMITTEE.
The President of tho Freshmen
class has appointed the following
JUNIORS CHOOSE A CAP.
The Junior class assembled yester
day and choso an "offloiaj" cap.
From among the numerous samples
presented, a blue cap with a long
visor and the figures 1003 Just above
It. was chosen.
Orders aro now being takon for tho
cap by tho committee. It is said
that a largo unmbor of young ladles
of the class yvill also wear them.
NOTICE TO STUDENTS.
All studentB who wish to enquire
about their credits may do so at the
Registrais ofllce between November
13 and 30 during regular office hours.
Forecast, for xjlncoln and vicinity?
Weather report for 24 hours ending
7 pm. Wednesday.
Richest temperature 02 degrees, oc
eurlng at 2 pm.
Lowest temperature, 30 degrees,
occuring at 8 pm.
Mean temperature, 40 degrees,
which is 31 degrees above the normal.
" G. A. LOVELAND.
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