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THE DVIllY PiEBRASKAN,
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A conflolldatlon of
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A GOOD SEND'OFF.
. Tho Nebraska football team loaves
for 'Ann Arbor this ovonlng at six
o'clock, determined to play tho, groat
CBt gamo over put up by u fotball
team of tho west and to do what no
team has boon, able to accomplish for
tho paHt six- yenrs defeat Michigan.
Tho-Wolverines have practically the
cntlro team which they played last sea
son, only two men having fiflled co
show up, and with the addition of a
season's coaching io tho experience
which they havo ulroady had, they
will in all probability bo tho hardest
team to defeat in tho country. Above
all, they havo Yost to coach them, and
I will soil kids by tho pair for 81.00, that I know
nro worth a half moro. My Glovo spscinlty
IS THE DOLLAR BOY.
this nienns moro than tho presonco of
half a dozen Btars to tho team, for ho
has tho roputatlon of being tho great
est coach In Amoricn, and has devel
oped toams which havo goho through
seasons without being scored against
and ' whlchJiavo rolled up unprece
dented scores against colleges which
could glvo othor largo teams an excit
,Ta Uofent , this romarknblo team,
thrco things N are necessary ho ut
most offorts of thd coach, tho unpar-
'iffltiled playing of tho mon, and tho tin-
, divided support of tho student body.
' Tho first two aro assured. It Is now
tho duty of tho students to show that
thoy aro willing to do tholr part, and
tho opportunity to do so comes this
evening. Preparations aro made for
tho greatest send-off a Nobraskn team
over received, and all tho particulars
wIU bo announcod at tho special mass
mooting this morning. Tho only thing
loft (or tho students to do Is to bog
q thcscylanB-flro. carried out to the
.letter, and It Ik absolutely Imperative
that evory man bo down at tho station
to. cheer 'for tho mon who are going
' to show what a Nebraska- team under
Booth's coaching can do. Do this, and
- a victory over Michigan is- assured If
it IS in thopower of any team on earth
to win .one.
Tho football men continued work
last night on tho vacant plcco of
ground southwest of tho Library Hall.
Tho men showed a marked improve
ment In their work last night, and
wero. able to get around on tho sod
moro effectively than thoy have at any
provlous practice. A heavy sod makes
It hard to secure a good footing, as
tho football shoes do not take a hold
as woll as thoy do In looso ground.
Tho work last night was dovoted to
kicking, passing, and catching punts.
Cotton was given a trial at kicking
from placement, and was nblo to get
tho ball off In comparatively Bhort
time, owing to tho excellent way In
which Borg passed It. Morso tried
punting and his work was especially
worthy of praise. Ho sends tho ball
high and a good distance," tho punts
averaging about forty-flvo yards. Nel
son was in Borg's place part of the
timo and was vory suro In his passes
.regardless of how much Bootii and
Borg tried to 'Tubb' him. A short
scrimmogo was also indulged in by
tho squad, although no heavy work
Last night's practice will be the last
practice, except for a Bhort practice
in Ann Arbor Friday night, until tho
biggest game of tho season for Nebras
ka and Michigan is played on Satur
day. The work-of both toaniB and tho
coaching of both schools havo been di
rcctod to this one game of tho season.
Both tennis will go on to tho gridiron
Saturday with the firm determination
to win. The crowds of spectators that
gather In Ann Arbor on next Satur
day to seo tho Michlgan-Nobraskn
gamo will witness an exhibition of
football that will not bo surpassed on
thq Western gridiron this. year. Long
and sensational runs- will be out of
tho question, for tho gamo will be a
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battle royal from start to finish.
Nebraska should bo congratulated
this year in tho number of mon who
havo turned out for football practice
Heretofore the squad has diminished
in tho latter part of tho season until
only tho team and subs romalned, but
samo forty men report every evening
and work as earnestly to hotter tho
team as thoy did In .ho fore part of
tho season. Such' enthusiasm among
tho mon is surely indicative of a win
ning team. Other Western teams
havo experienced difficulty In this
part of the gamo, that is. not having
sufficient material to glvo tho first
team mon good hard practice.
Tho team leaves this ovonlng over
tho Burlington going direct to Ann
Arbor by tho way of Chicago. Thoy
will arrive In Ann Arbor about 4 p. m.
Tho mon who will mako tho trip-
with Booth, Westovor and Manager
- A letter from ft. B. Towno has boon
recolvod'by a member of tho faculty,
which will bo of much interest to
many pf tho Engineers. Mr. Towne
says in part: ', .
There are Avo of last year's class
at:- work hero for tho Westlnghdftiso
Co. -Wo aro working lntho apprentice
plass, which is an aggregation of nton
WE BELIEVE IN
And believe that every loyal Utiiversity
student should patronize Nebraskan ad
vertisers. They will find them to be the
leaders in their particular .lines and will
ing to do everything possible to please
you. Why not show your loyalty to the
University and to your own paper?
representing seventy-two colleges.
These men form the Electric Club,
which has over COO members. It is a
club for soqlal and educational pur
poses. Each Saturday a college en
tertains the club at the rooms, pro
pares and does all tho stunts, etc.
Last Saturday night the men from
Cornell did tho work. Our turn will
come later on. Now none of us arc
musical, or jugglers, so we havo to
form somo other Idea. Wo thought
that wo might get tho nso of somo of
those famous moving pictures of Ne
braska Bconcs. Such an exhibition
hero could not help but bo entertain
ing to all these people, who are almost
all from the East, and I do not be
lieve, a better advertisement for Ne
braska could bo given.
Tho mombors who will go to Ann
Arbor are in all probability:
Work is In progress for tho construc
tion of a residence for tho superintend
ent nt the North Platte sub-station. A
barn Is also being built to winter tho
stock. Tho cost of both will bo about
Tho 'final survey Is being made for
Jho sower from tho Stato Farm to
Salt creek and tho contract for tho
Job will bo lot In a fow days.
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