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UNflVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, J905.
Price 5 Ccnti
MANY CHANGES IN TODAY'S
Welter in at Tackle and Benedict in at
End Against the Northerners.
Today tho first hard gaiiio of tho
season will be played on the Univer
sity campus with the husky team from
tho "University of South Dakota. Tho
South Dakota team will arrive this
morning at eleven on tho Northwest
, ern. Thero will bo 'some twenty In
It seems to bo tho prevalent idea
among the football enthusiasts that
today's game will bo an easy one for
tho varsity. But this Is ak badly mis
takert idea for tyio South Dakota men
aro almost ate heavy as our men, and
according to reports have the speed
that makes tholr weight all the more
effective. Tho real strength of tho
varsity will bo given a' frlal. From
their playing today wo will have to
almost entirely place our judgment
as to" the outcome of tho Michigan
Tho line-up of tho varsity will bo
much different from that of any pre
vious game this year. Tho back field
has been changed as well as the line.
"Wollor will be in tho line again for
tho first time slnco tho Crelghton
gamo of last year. Ho was consldored
a fixture behind tho lino this year, but
Booth deemed it best to shift him to a
Jtfioklo position. Schmidt who was
out ofNt.ho game last year because of
parentnl objections, will be in at half
in Wellor's place. Ho is a fierce lino
buckor and plays with a ginger that
makes him a valuable man. Benedict
will bo In tho gamo today for tho first
time this year and will relieve Dons
low at ond for at least a part of tho
gamo. Glen Map m, last year's full
back, will be in at his old place.
Booth has Increased tho number of
boarders at tho training table until
now ho has twolvo besides himself,
Westover, and Manag6? Morrison.
After today's gamo there wjll bo some
moro mon 'get tho glad news to dinp
with tho big coach and hla'jnon. Tho
mon who aro at tho training tablo at
present aro: Borg, Benedict, Cotton,
Johnson, 'Wollor, Wilson, Eager, Ma
son, Taylori Mose, Donslow, and Gib1
' Tho fonco around tho athletic field
has been changed materially; A gato
has been put In at tho southend of
tho grandstand leading from tho streot.
In this way ail thoso hqving seats in
tho first two sections, A. and B, can
ontor at tho south entrance, and thoso
with seats' to tho other parts of tho
stand can ontor at tho middle or old
entrance.. Affairs will bo quickened
In this way, and threo thousand will
bo" admitted in comparative ease.
Tlio resorved seats for today's gamo
aro on sale at Harry Porter's and aro
fifty cents In -addition to the priqo of
general admission. Tho llno-up Is as
South Dakota. "Nebraska.
Evans It. E. . . , . . . .Denplbw
" " Benedict
Cuppett. .' '. .It. T , Cotton
Tolofson...,'.. It. G ,l,.Taylor
Kolb.. r O Borg (Capt.
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Y. W. C- A. Cotrnty Fab
Aumbry, October 28
ImbB 1 L. G. ..." Nelson
Lottin L. T Wollor
Bennett L. E Johnson
Case Q Morse
Simpson R. H Schmidt
Brownloy L. HI 1 .Wilson
Walker P. .,....... Mason
Officials will be Cornell tfhd Dr. Ir
win. Pershing- Rifles Elect.
At tho first meeting of tho Pershing
Rifles on Monday evening tho officers
for the ensuing year were elected.
This year's list of officers aro in ac
cordance with tho lists of previous
years, that Is, the men aro of high
standing as University students and
are well qualified .to fill tho positions
tendered to them. The officers as
Captain W. C. Ramsey.
1st Lieut. C. D. Wilson.
2nd Lieut. C. K. Syford.
1st Sgt. C. K. Smith. .
2nd Sgt. C. D. Slaughter. .
3rd Sgt. Mickey. -i
4th' Sgt. W. R. King.
5th Sgt. B. K. Ea.ton.
Captain Ramsey was captain of C
company last year, and C. D. Wilson
is tho present captain of D company.
Cross Country Meeting.
About twenty men answered tho cajl
for a meeting of all Interested in 'cross
country" work, and gathered in Dr.
Clapp's office yesterday morning at
eleven o'clock. Dr. Clapp gavo a -short
talk on tho necessity of gottlng up a
good team to send to Chicago Thanks
giving, and told tho mon that only
consistent work on the part of each
one of them would bring about tho de
sired results. Thoso present then
elected Penrod leader oL tho squad,
and Heath temporary captain of tho
team, it being understood that when
oVertho team should bo picked they
should elect their own captain. It was
arranged to havo funs each ovonlng,
i nnd Saturday morning, two, squads
leaving ovory afternoon, ono at four
and ono at flvo o'clock. "
Geology 15, 10 and 17 moot in N. 201
J'ht 9 o'clock, Saturday.
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Universities Meet at Chicago
Make New Rules.
At a mooting of tho Conforonco (big
nine) delegates at Chicago on last
Saturday it was decided that athletes
will not be allowed to compete for
athletic clubs in tho future Thiq
rule, which was proposed before tho
conforonco at previous meetings, nnd
met with many objections, wns unani
mously pnssed on Saturday. This pro
hibits tho athletes from competing
oven with a special permission from
tho faculty bodies.
Another lmportnnt ruling mado was
that" a "committee on eligibility'.'
should pass final judgment as to the
eligibility of athletes where disputes,
between colleges have arisen. It wa
also decided that'tho athlete who be-,
comes two weeks In arrears In- his,
training table board shall bo Ineligible
for appearance until ho has paid up
in full." '
-Tho conference school have Initiated
Freshmen football games for trial thl4
year. The present indications aro that
thoy will provo as interesting and
receivo as much support In tho wc3t
as they hav.o In tho oast.
Hon. Albert Watklns-wlll address'
the University students Monday on tho
subject, "Tho Father of Nebraska."
Mr. Watklns Is well acquainted with
this subject, and well qualified to disv
cuss Nebraska hlBtory, as ho is an
early pioneer of this state. Dean Sher
man will act as chaplain'.
Wednesday,, Oct. 11 Hon. E. M.
Pollard, "Tho Railroad Question."
Friday, Oct. 13. Music. .
Chaplain for fhd week, Dean Sher
man. Monday, Oct. 10 Prof. E.'A. Ross,
"Tho Insurance 'Revelations." r
Wednesday, Oct. 18 Dean 'E. w!
Davis, "Thoisignlflcanco of Johns Hop
kins In tho Higher Education of Amer
ica." Friday, Oct. 20 Music.
Chaplain for tho week, Dean Bessoyj
.GREAT SHOW TO BE GIVEN
ARMORY, OCT. 28.
Feature of the College Year Has Been
Arranged and Will Be Presented'
Tho County Fair Is Coming!
To all old students this will bo tho
best of good news, for thero aro no
old students who havo not either at
tended ono of tho i)fovlo"us county,
fnlrs, or olso havo not mado up tholr
minds that they will novor miss an
other opportunity to attend. For It
is without question tho foaturo of tho
collego year, and all other winter
stunts palo into Insignificance along-,
side of this wonder of wonders. Tlio
advance agent of tho great show is
profuse In her uso of words nnd very
cnroless In tho way she uses tho Eng
lish langungo, but ovon then sho Is
unable to do credit to tho attraction
whoso features sho must laud. Each
year thero Is somo particular foaturo
which attracts much attention. Last
year tho famous red lynx of tho Philip
pines was Imported expressly for this
fair, and,ythoiiBands gazed at tho won
doful creature. What tho star of tho
show will bo this tlmo has not yot
boon divulged, but tho Btudents may
rest assured that when tho tlmo is
rlpo tho press ngont will Impart hqr
secret to tho world. All tho arrange
ments nrO not" yet completed, but tho
management hns alroady signod the
same fair maidens who cooked and
distributed tho hot waffles Inst yoar,
so thatt'thls pleasant part Qf tho oven-'
ing's. entertainment Is assured., Thero -will
also bo something to' fully flliaho.'
place of tho minstrel show whlch
proved such a hit In former years
And above all, Dr. Bolton will bo thoro
with his trained animal show.
This collection of antiques will .'ap
pear In Lincoln ono night only, being
Saturday ovenlng, October 28. As
the side shows occupy such an amount
of space, It will bo necessary to hold
the entertainment' In tho. Armory, as
being tho only place offorlng tho neces
sary accommodations. Tho SxfiTbltloh
in Lincoln, will bo directly In charge
of tho University Young Women's
Christian Association. Further an
nounceiflTmts will bo mado from tlmo-.
to tlmo through tlio. columns of tho
dally papers. Look out, for tlio bfg
' Senior Laws Elect,
-Tho SonloivLaw Class mot in U207
at eleven o'clock yesterday- morning,
and succeeded In electing a full quotit
of officers. Considerable lnteres't was'
shown In tho election, and .almos't tho
entire class remained to tho meeting.
For tho presidency thoro wore two
candidates, Max Meyer and H. N, Mat
loy. Tho first Vote resulted In a tie'
each man receiving sovonteon votes.
On tho second ibal!ot two . men'
switched, nrid Matloy received nlne-.
teen votes to fifteen for, Meyer.
Thero was no contest fdr the other
positionsand Tom Mnrtinwas eleqteil ,
vice-president and A. N. Mathers sec '
rotary by unanimous votes.,
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