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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN.
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A connolldntlon of
TJjWcporlun, Vol. 81, Tlio Nobrauknn,
VwV 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
FubllnluMl tlftlly, oxcont Sunday and
Monday, ut tho Unlverlty of NobraBkn,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hoaporlan Publish
Board of Directors.
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Editor-in-Chief. .77777777.... . . J. D. Clark
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Individual notlccB will bb charged for
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Faculty departmental and university bul
letins will gladly bo. publlflhcd froo, as
Some oxproBBiona which camd from
various parts ot tho hloachors last
Snturdny during tho game with South
Dakota woro totally out of place at
any contest on any field, much more so
on Nobrnska Field. Wo refer to tho
cries of "You'ro not doad yot," and
"Put him out of the game." During
tho past fow years, Indeed, over since
Coach Booth came to Nebraska, our
team has owned and desorved the
reputation of being tho cleanest play-
ors and tho most porfect sportsmen
all tho teams in tho WoHt, and ou
studont supportors have always shown
thoir desire to accord fair, sportsman
llko treatment to all visiting teams,
ovon when they aro not actuated by
tho Bamo spirit. This is as it should
bo, and has won Us own roward, for
ovory yeavxwhon It comoB to signing
a football schoQulo for tho next Bca-
pon,. Nebraska gets consideration be
yond that which hor-playlng and pay-
ing powors win for horxlt is there
fore a Bourco ot tho deopesbrogrot that
any of tho rootors should bo sVcarrled
away hy their enthusiasm as to forgqt
that ttio visiting players aro entltlod
and aro used to docont treatmont at
tho hands of Nebraska. A choor when
an opposing player Ib carried off tho
fiold Is- entirely uncalled for, and
should not bo hoard any moro during
a football game on Nebraska flold. It
doesn't Bhow a lack of loyalty to glvo
-an Injured opponent a hearty send-off
when ho is forced to loavo tho game,
and it xloos do an infinlto- umount of
goodt towards oxtonding Nebraska's'
reputation for squaro,, clean, sports
Mr. Watkips' Lecture.
YcBtordayTn convocation Mr. Albert
Watklns dollvored an addross, upon
,tlio subject, "Tho Father of Nebraska."
"As Mlnorva sprang full-fledged from
Ntho forehead of Jovo, so," saM Mr,
jVatklns, "may Stephen A. Douglas bo
called tho Jovo pf Nebraska." In a
most Interesting and scholarly manner
tho speaker revlowed tho brilliant pub
lie career 6t tho "Llttfo Giant," which
is bo nearly identical with tho early
History of Nebraska, sotting forth
Douglas' attltudo toward tlio political
problems of the day and contrasting
him with his great rival, Lincoln. 'Mr.
Watklns characterized 'Douglas as a
man of tremendous force, "a Chatham
for oratory ' and a Npoleon for ac-
(Continued from pago 1.)
in Morse's place and Klelbaugh for
Bromloy. Eager mndo a long run of
forty yards on tho kick-off nnd tho
ball was near tho center of tho field
whon time was called. Score, 21-6.
. 8econd Half.
' Sovoral substitutes wont Into tho
gamo at the beginning of the second
half. Cotton klckod off to Bromley,
who wob downed by Dcnslow on tho
South Dakota fifteen yard line. After
trying to gain through tho lino, Walkor
kicked to Little, who dropped on tho
ball on Dakota's forty-flVe yard lino.
Nebraska was gaining more easily and
end runs by Dcnslow nnd Johnson and
a .flftoon yard spurt by Little planted
the ball within olght yards of tho goal.
A bad pass to Woller delayed progress,
but Wellor was good for tho remain
ing distanco to tho goal. Eager kicked
goal, making tho score 27-6.
Tho next touchdown was ,mndo in
tho shortest time of any scored during
tho game. South Dakota kicked off
to Eager, who ran back ton yards to
tho forty-flvo yard lino. "Schmidt tore
through a scattored field to tho center
of tho flold. Denslow was given the
baand, darting around right end ho
dodged through tho back field and
sprinted to Dakota's flvo yard lino
before ho was downod. Schmidt was
sent over for a toucdown and Eager
missed tho easiest goal of the game.
Little crossed tho goal for tho next
touchdown on a run through a hole in
tho loft side of tho South Dakota line
for twonty-fivo yards, planting the ball
squarely bohjnd tho goal posts. Eager
missed the goal. Little received the
ball on tho next kick-off and nun it
back to the forty-five yard lino. Ne
braska advancod tho ball to tho twen
ty-five yard lino, where Schmidt puno-
ed'and Johnson got tho ball on a fum
bio on tho South Dakota fifteen yard
line. South Dakota secured the ball
on a fumble and punted low. Taylor
secured tho ball, and with four men
hanging on to him, rushed down the
remaining fifteen yards for a touch
down. Cotton missed goal. Score,
Aftor a series' of 'punts by both
teams, tho ball was. on Nebraska's
th'lrty yard lino and In' her possession.
A twenty yard run by Johnson and
lbng gains around the end and through
tho lino advancod tho ball to tho
South Dakota threo yard lino, whore
-It. was whon tho gamo ended.
Tho ljxo up:
Nebraska. South Dakota.
Johnson L. E Bennett
Wellor. . . L. T Lattln
Nelson-Rico. ... L. G. . . .O'Neall
Borg C Kolb
Tnylor It. G. .' Tollofson
Gotton R. T Cupper
DenslOw . . r. . . . R. E Evans
Morse-Eager. ... Q, ' v Case
Little-Wilson.. R. H. ......... Simpson
Schmidt L. Ht ' Bromley
Mason-Bookly.. . . F ". . . .Walker
Officials "Umpire, Irwin; referee,
Cornell; linesman, Mitchell. Time of
halves, 20 and 15 "minutes.
Tho Law School shows n gain of ton
por cent over last year, tho present
enrollment bolng 176, as against 1C0
in 1904-5. Tho. Freshman class Is
much larger than a year ago, there
bolng soventy'flvo registered as first
O. C. Wllburn, '05, who is teaching
Mathematics in tho Wahoo High
School, was In to see tho gamo Saturr
Minnie Potrashelc, '05, Is teaching
Mathematics in the Missouri Valley
possessing every requisite of d
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Tho stylish surtout with close fit
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Swagger styles In gray, tan or black
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Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Tho Mission Study Rally In thq
chapel last Sunday at 3 p. m. was a
union meeting with tho Y.- M. C. A.
Mr. W. S, Rotheryttho assistant secre
tary of tho Omaha' T. M. C. A., ad
dressed tho meeting. Mr. Rothory
spoke of tho need for Christian work
ers In China, Japan, India, .Africa,
Syria and South America. He sug
gested threo ways to aid this, work
go yourself, glvo monoy and glyo
prayers to those In tho field. Ho
closed with a strong plea for mission
study In tho University. After his
talk Mr. Jorgenson, tho Y. M. C. A.
secretary, told about tho different mis
sion study classes which .have been
organized In tho University and an'op
portunlty was given for those who
wished to register for them. Miss
Margarot Pilling sang. .
Don't forgot that tho f County Fair is
coming off Octobfir 28. Look out for
further notice in Tho Nobraskan.
Tho Y. W. C. A. stato convention
will . bo held this year at Fairmont,
"Tho noon leaders for this week areL
Tuesday, Luella -Ageo; Wgdhesday,
Anna Preston; Thursday, Grace Trigg;
Friday, Laura Owen. .
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