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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN?JfRIDAY, OCT. 2J, J904.
Price 5 Cents
PLAY THE MEDICS
Team Meets Lincoln Men on
Ufioil I'rnctloo Ounio ItiwultH In SO to O
for the UnlviTHlty.
Yesterday afternoon the varsity
lined up against the Lincoln Medics at
F. & M. park and rolled up a score of
29-0 on the doctors. From the first
kick-off Nebraska rushed the ball down
by line bucks to the Medics' 1-yard
line, where it was fumbled. The ball
iolled over the goal line and Captain
Benedict fell on it for the first touch
down, after two minutes of play. The
second tone lulown, made by Eager, was
earned by steady line plunges with
an occasional end run for excitement.
The third touchdown came from a-long
punt by Bennle, whUh escaped the
Medics". Wcller was "Johnnie on the
spot" and falling on the ball scored
the third touchdown. This ended the
scoring for the first half.
In the seiond half, with several new
men in the line eleven more points
were scored, touchdowns being made
by Benedict and Craig On eevry at
tempt Captain "Bonnie" converted
touchdowns into goals On one punt
out from touchdown the ball went
wide and no goal resulted
The best playing by the varsity came
in the second half, when fie yards
were made at every line" buck and
end runs netted ten to twenty yards.
The lowness of the score is accounted
for by short halves and by the varsity
being penalized time and again when
the ball was near the Medics' goal line.
The line tip was changed quite fre
tpiently by Coach Booth and most of
the -men with the signals were given a
trial Barwick, Roddick and McDon
ald weie all tried at quarter, but as
et it is a question which leads in tho
lace for this position. So far. Bar
wick poems to get the plays faster and
get the .speed out of the team.
The teams lined up:
Benedict .77 r. e Kent
Cotton 1. t Housle
Mills r. g Allen
Weller .. . '. c Morrow
Shook 1. g McKinney
Lundin 1. t Snyder
Standoven 1. e Hurd
Barwick q b Baker
Bender r. h Copsey
Eager 1. h Miller
Mason f . b Bernsdorf
During the game Robertson. Marsh,
Craig. . Roddick, McDonald and Burns
were given trials.
Barta, Johnson, Borg nor Cy Mason
(save as referee) were allowed to go
into the game, and Bender was only
given a warming up.
Tho Knox College paper says that
all -she proposes to do Is to hold the
Cornhuskers to a small scere Tholr
team this year is said to have more
speed than any team there for some
years, and if the 7-0 score of two years
ago Is remembered perhaps tho score
will be small. Wo have a good, hard
game befoio us tomorrow, and the
men know It. but are going In to win.
Let the rooters help. Everybody out
Saturday to root and root.
Here Is a specimen of what Nebraska
rooters will be up against a week from
The. song Is to tho familiar tune of
"Bedolla" and the words are as fol
lows: There's a bunch of husky buskers
from Nebraska's sunny land,
" Who can hit tho lino and make their
runs and kick to beat tho band,
But there'll bo something diddlng
when they meet tho Gopher team
For things are not Just Always what
6 Admission, 25c Grandstand, 50c
Everybody Come. 8
And did you ever hoar of Waterloo?
I'd like to ask yo'
Do you think that you will win?
of . . . ) .p BurnsTclksShrdlurddr
If you score on Mln-ne-so-ta
It's now time that you begin
We'll cheer for Minnesota
Until the game is o'er.
For we'll beat you beat you beat
Yes we know that we will boat you
and will teach you
Just watch the score.
MANY "OLD GRADS.'
Formor University People at the
Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock the
superintendents' and principals' sec
tion of the Nebraska Teachers' asso
ciation began its session in Memorial
Hall. Among the visiting instructors
are many old university people and
the campus is swarmed with them this
morning, back renewing old acquaint
ances among the faculty, and observ
ing the changes that have taken place
In the unhersity since their iimes.
A number of interesting talks wore
given yesterday afternoon. Today sev
eral of the university faculty, among
them Chancellor Andrews and Pro
fessors Howard and Hodginan, will ad
dress the meeting A number of old
graduates are also oh the program,
which is as follows:
FRIDAY. OCT. 21. 8:30 A. M.
Five Minute Talks on' University In
spection of High Schools.
Aim of University Inspection Chan
cellor E. BenJ Andrews
What Inspection Should do for tho
High School W.' L. Stephens, Lin
coln What Inspection Should do for the
- University Ceo. E. Howard. Lincoln
Should all Twenty-eight Points be
Optional W. M Kern, Columbus.
Should -a Town of 1,000 Inhabitants
Attempt a Four Year High School
Course J. C. Orr, North Platte.
What Would be Gained by Making the
Inspector a State Officer S II. Mar
tin. St. Paul.
Observations on Inspection in Kansas
W. M. Davidson, Omaha.
Some Queries T. M. Hodgeman, Lin
coln. What Experlonco Teaches J- W.
The Marks of a Hopeless Teacher
(that Is. one whom It Is usoless
(Continued on Second Page.)
jt Fraternity Hall
Toot Ball Tield, this Afternoon S
Associated Barbs Renew Organi
zation. Other Business.
Tho Associated Barlw met in U. 107
jestetday afternoon and renewed their
organization by filling tho office of
president, left vacant by the absonee
of E. F. Myers. Mr. James A,nderson,
former vice-president, was elected
president. Other officers were: Mr.
Herman Wellenslck. vice-president,
and D. P. Do Young, secretary.
This meeting, and a Becond ono
which convened at 7:30 last evening
were taken up almost entirely by an
Imestlgatlon of the charges against
Fletcher Laue a student member of the
athletic board, whose election was due
to the efforts of the Associated Barbs.
Lane was accused of appealing to tho
Chancellor in the case of Bender and
"Fenlon of the football team, refusing
to recognize the authority of the ath
letic board, and other actions intended
to be detrimental to tho success of
athletics On considering tho evidence,
a motion was passed disapproving of
Mr. Lane's attitude, although it was
proved that he had not appealed to
Literary Societies' ..Programs.
PALLADIAN PROGRAM OCT. 21.
Vocal solo ,
Miss Helen Anderson.
Reading "Tho Landing of Col
umbus" Miss Elta Boose.
Paper "The True Story of tho
Discovery of America"
Mr. Walter Hadlock.
Paper "Columbus as an Orator"
Mr. Sherman Black.
Miss May Miller.
Paper "Columbus as a Musician"
Mr. Ray White.
Miss Marianna Sargent.
Friday Evening, Oct. 21, 1901.
Miss Floss Denny.
Paper "A College Education and
Mr. Milo Daughters.
"The Mormons as I Met Them"
' R. Tr-Andereon.
"Should the State Constitution
An argumontTjy C. R. Sargent
Eddie Walt's Orchestra 51
TO SHOW AT LAST
The Great Faculty Circus Occurs
KvcrytliliiR Ia In ItonillnnHM fur tho lllfj
This afternoon tho University Fac
ulty Circus and United HIppodromo
will show on the campus. Tho fame
this aggregation has already achieved
makes lengthy comment unnecessary,
but a complete program of events,
with their celebrated performers, Is
L Procession"' and exhibition of Im
ported draught and coach horses. Lin
coln Draught Horse Imp. Co.; Woods
2. Cavalcade under Col. Bills and
The following persons take part in
Col. C. J. Bills, Mr. H. T. Folsom,
Prof. H. R. Smith, Miss Blossom Wil
son. Mr. G. A. Lovoland, Mr. Arthur
Bell, Miss Phoobo Weeks, Mr. E. A.
Bostrom, Miss Bessoy Bontley, Rev.
Benjamin J. Fit,, Mr. Harry Giffon,
Mr. S. M. Mollck. Dr. Charles Young
blut, Mr. Jesse Culbertson, Mr. Fred
h. Humphrey, Mr. John F. Zlmmer,
Miss Edna Perrin, Miss Eleanor Bar
bour. Prof R G. Clapp, Miss II. A.
Hcjwell, Mr. H. R. Carson. Mr. John
D. Walker. Prof. W. O. I,. Taylor,
Miss Dorothy Miller. Prof. T. L. Lyon,
M. C. B Gregory, Mr. Rollings. Miss
Mamie Miller. Dr. E. Arthur Carr.
.1 High School Horse Exhibit. Reg
istered saddle horse of Col. Bills;
trained harness horse of Prof. Taylor.
1. Broncho busting;
5. Groat wild animal show under Mr.
(5. Pyramids Class In athletics.
7. Walking race Engbert, Davis,
8. Slow bicycle race Fossler, Shel
don, Emerson, Dann.
8. Country stunts Caldwell, Ross.
10. Wheol harrow race Bruner,
French, Dann, Engberg.
11. 100-yard dash Bolton, Condra,
Wolcott. Luekey, Richards, Moore,
12. Tug of war
Caldwoll (Capt.). Ross (Capt.).
Clements . .' Fossler
Richards ". Dann
13, Football Captains, Dr, Condra,
Pi of. Emerson. '
Umpire F, D. Cornell
Referee J. D. Ringer.
The following line-up of tho two
toamB was published in yesterday's
Nebraskan. It is reprinted today by
requost-5 " -
Bolton c Emerson
Fossler r. g Piper
Aylsworth kg Sheldon
Fee r. t Lyman
Condra 1. 1 Chitburn
Almy. Qulnn r.o Pound
Walte q. b Dean
Wolcott r. hb Paine
C caves 1. hb. . Park, Hlnman
Chase f. b I odwith
Payne l.o Johnson
If you are thinking of overcoats,
wo have some very choice oneB from
which to make ' your selection. In
clothing we hancflo the best and latest.
Paine's Clothing Store,
Tobacco browns at Ludwig's.
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