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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1902)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
The Daily Nebraskan
A newspaper dorotod to tbo Interest
of the University of Nebraska.
(Published at tho
University of Nobraaka.
THE HESPERIAN, Vol. XXXI.
THE NEBRASKAN, Vol. XII.
THE SCARLET &. CREAM, Vol IV.
Entered at the postofflce at Lincoln,
Neb., as second class mall matter .
Bubscriptl- Price $2.00 per year.
Managing Editor. Robert T. Hill.
NewB Editor John F. Tobln.
Advertising Manager P. P. Duffy.
R. A. McNown.
Wm. A Shock.
Carlton C. Wilburn.
C. C. McCune.
J. D. Rice.
John R. Bender.
E. F. Davis.
A. I. Myers.
Circulator Fred K. NielBon.
Ofllce Second floor Main hall.
Postofllce Address, Station A, Box 13.
There Is a movement on foot among
the students of the University of South
Dakota to protest to the facility against
having lectures, concerts, etc., In the
chapel on Saturday evenings. All the
societies meet on Saturday evening and
last year their wqrk was almost a fail
ure on account of the numerous uni
versity entertainments which were held
on their night of meeting.
Tho change which has taken place In
the city within the last three years 1b
noticeable. Lincoln people are be
ginning to awaken to the fact that
they have something in their very
midBt to bo proud of. The decoratlonB
the university colors in Btore windows
and on store fronts Indicates a greater
appreciation by the merchants of the
importance of the college life.
There Is a growing Idea In the uni
versity that the Haskell games should
be cancelled for the future. They al
ways play the roughest kind of a game
and the university does not gain much
honor in defeating the Indians. In
stead of playing with such teams it
would be well to play games with more
prominent schools and more worthy
The small boy Btlll continues to be
a nuisance. It would be a good thing
to tnke some strong means of suppress
ing him. The spectators on the lower
seats of the grandstand were disgusted
with them coming in in front of them
in droves. They laid on the ground,
stood up or climbed on tho fence, ac
cording to their fancy. At times they
climbed over the fence. Something
ought to be done to keep them out, and
especially from In front of grandstand
The game was an oye-opener to Ne
braska supporters, as Veil as to others.
What the team really can do was dis
played unBtlntlngly. Nebraska now has
reason to feel ready to take a place
with the best of thorn. In fact Chi
cago papers have already made state
ments concerning the admission of the
university into tho "Big Nine." When
the time comes for this, Nebraska will
probably be ready for It. A few games
like the one on Saturday are necessary
to keep the confidence of scarlet and
REDSKINS' HAIfi LIFTED.
raded the grounds with the scarlet and
cream banner at its head, and the
crowd cheered, while the Indians tried
to tell each other how it happened.
The second half was much easier
than the first. The IndlanB became dis
heartened and did not play as in the
first half. Haskell returned tho kick
off 10 yards and punted. Nebraska made
Bteady returns, but lost on downs. Has
kell made 20 yardB, but lost tho ball.
Punts were exchanged and the Corn
huskors advanced until Bell mado 25
yards for a touchdown. Benedict kicked
The Indians kicked to Benedict who
mnde a good return. Bender made 9
yards and Mickel hurdled for a gain,
but was Injured, and Englehard went
In and made 5 yards on the first play.
Bell, Bender and Shedd proved good
ground gainers, and Bender made a
pretty run of 20 yards for the third
touchdown. Benedict kicked goal.
Nebraska made rapid advances from
tho klckoff. Haskell secured the ball,
but lost Immediately on downs. Red
water had enough of the game and gave
up his place to AIUb. Mason went out
and Wilson played his tackle. Bell
made another long run and a touch
down, but the goal was missed. Three
or four minutes was enough time for
the next score, and the goal. Westover
gave up his place to Briggs. Tho game
soon ended and the game stood 28 to 0.
Cortelyou 1. e Felix
Mason-Wilson ...1. t Hauser
Ringer 1. g Oliver
Borg c Carl
Hunter r. g. . Redwater-Allls
We8tover-Brlggs r. t Dubois
Shedd r. e Guyon
Benedict q. b.. .Fallls-Le Mont
Bell 1. h Baine-Gukey
Bender r. h Archiquette
Mickel-Englehard f. b Miguel
I Touch downs: Bell, 2; Bender 2;
Umpire, Coach Curtis of Kansas Uni
versity. Referee, Frank Crawford of Omaha.
Results of Other Games.
Michigan, 6; Wisconsin, 0.
Minnesota, 102; Grinnell, 0.
Illinois, 47; Indiana, 0.
Princeton, 10; Cornell, 0.
Iowa, 12; Ames, 6.
Harvard, 23; Carlisle, 0.
Lafayette, (5; Brown, 0.
Yale, 6; West Point, G.
Pennsylvania, 17; Columbia, 0.
Georgetown, 5; West Virginia, 0.
Missouri, 28; Washburn, 0.
Lincoln H. S., 18; Omaha H. S., 0.
Sophs' Athletic Meeting.
The Sophomores met in tho old cha
pel last week and held a very enthusi
astic meeting. The time was largely
devoted to tho subject of athletics.
Football and basket ball were thor
oughly discussed and a captain and
manager of the class basket ball team
was appointed. Will H. Hoar was ap
pointed captain, and Burdetto Lewis
President Sweeley also appointed an
athletic committee consisting of
Messrs. Bruce, Lundin, Lewis and
A collection was taken for the pur
pose of defraying athletic expenses.
The statement was made Thursday
that the university was ranked as sec
ond class by tho government. Tho im
pression given that this referred to the
institution as a whole was erroneous.
Tho government classifies otherwise, as
tho following explanation will Btato:
The war department order does not
classify the university as a school of
tho second rank as an institution of
learning. Tho classification 1b made
for tho purpose of deciding upon the
minimum number of hours of military
work at the varloiiB institutions of the
Institutions of class 1 have a mini
mum of four hours per week; of class
2. five houre per week; of class 3, six
hours per week. Tho university Is of
either clasB 2 or class 3, so that the war
department's order ranks it among the
first of the country In Importance. The
University of Nebraska is a great in
stitution of learning, and its students
and friends should keep this in mind.
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