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Vo). V, No, 26
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3J( 1905.
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SHALL WE RESUME
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CREIGHTON PROVES AN EASY
' VICTIM FOR NEBRASKA.
ATHLETIC RELATIQN8 WITH THE
' KANSAS "UNIVERSITY7
A Symposium oL Nebraska, Sentiment
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j. Our Neighbor. '
5 A dispatch; from 'Lawrence, Kansas,
lastjveek statcrtthat tno Hon." Paul
Clark, the speaker of the last House
of Representatives, and an alumnus
of Nebraska!' while 'addressing 'the stu
dents of 'Kansas at their convocation,
expressed, himself ns In favor of the
resumption of athletic, relations, be
tween Nebraska and; Kansas, and as
sured the audience that' the 'student
body of Nebraska felt the same way.
Inorder to test' the correctness of hla
statement, the Nebraskan has boon at
some pains to gather together the "ex
pressed sentlmen,ts of a number of
prominent students and of some ofthe
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Chancellor Andrews: "While I can
not say that I am anxious to resume
athletic relations with Kansas, yeUhoresumlng them."
faculty am without comment of Us
own presents to its readerstho follow
ing as being what Nobraska. think.;
about, the renewal of athletic relations
John Uhl: If Kansas will como half
way, I am. in favor of it.
Paul Ewing: . I am unalterably .op
posed to any ronewal of. athletic rela
tions with Kansas. Wo can afford to
do without the game, and they have
never treated us white.
H. A. Van Orsdel: I am opposed to it.
Van Burg: I am not at all In favor
TJonoiilrt! I think that If Kansas
wants to resume relations', we ought
to accept. They always aff6rd us a
SKeen: Not unless Kansas.plays tne
Clyde Wilson: .1 don't think much
dfvtho plan. v '
Whqeler: I don'rknow.
Pugsley: If Kansas gets on her
imnna nnii tmninrcfl ' our nardon we
oug'hj. .to glvete matter due' consider
atlon,vbut not before..
"WoodsY If Kansas, wants- t6 be
friendly, let them say so.
Orites: If Kansas will take tho Initi
ative, .Nebraska ought to do the fair
thing and respond.
MorsQ: t am not In favor of renew
ing relations, I remember liow they
treated the baseball, team d.owji tere
two years ago. . r
Hnnr: I don't know. It seems to me
that if .Kansas wants to resume rela,
tlons badly enough to take tho Initia
tive Y(e ought to accept.
Cy Mason: Not unless ' Kansas is
wllllngo apologize and behave her
self. Bill Johnson: I don't think much of
it. We're. natural ,rlvals, how.over, and
games with Kansas are paying ones.
" Ramsey: I am in favor of it'provid-
in troni.no win tnltn the initiative. I
do riot Jiko tho Idea of two sister In
stitutions having such a feeling toward
, Barta: I am In favor of it. '
Gibspn: I am strongly against -It.
It woud iook like showing the white
feather after tho way she has treated
us. Let's be Independent for ,once.
The game never did pay, anyway.
Liindln: X am in favor of it Just as
soon as they will come to tme,
is our neighbor institution and I wpuld
like to see good relations provall."
Dean Pound: "In regard to renew
ing relations with Kansas, I have
nothing to say. If they want to renew
relations with us let them BUbmlt a
proposition and we will act upon it."
ReKlstrar E. H. Clark: "Personally
I would bo glad to seo'atheltlc rela
tions between Kansas and Nobraska
resumed, but I am n6t sufficiently ac
quainted with tho conditions that
caused our relations with Kansas to be
severed the relations and I bellevo it
Is her duty to take the initiative in
Professor Bolton: "It would bo a
good thing if friendly relations be
tween Kansas and Nebraska could be
resumed and athletics seems to be
one of the ways wo have of showing'
our friendship. Nebraska's schedule,
howover, Is genorally taken with
games that mean more to her, finan
cially, than games with nKnsas would
niean, and so I believe Ihat, with Kan
sas, rather than with Nebraska, lies
Dr. Clapp: "Kansas broke tho rela
severed to say anything more. I think tlons and they, sjjbrofcen until Kan
the matter of renewing .relations
should be left with the Athletic Board."
Professor Taylor: "Kansas and Ne";
brqBka are so situated, geographically,
that I believe athletic rolatlons be
tween their universities should be re
sumed, and both colleges should do as
much as they can, without lowering
their dignity, work towards such an
Dr. Ward: "I take Paul, Clark's state
ment to refer to tho people of tho state
rather than the students of the uni
versity,, and. In this IJthlnk he -was.
right. Kansas and Nebraska are so
located that -they ought to bo rivals,
but not enemies. I wojild llko to seo
athletic relations botween tho two
universities resumed. I have a good
many friends among the faculty of tho
Kansas "University and Z know.tfiat
their attitude towards Nebraska has
beon mbVrepresented by KansaB City
Prof .H. W. Caldwell: "I am not ac
quainted with tho details that led to
the break, but I believe in forglvlpgl
and being forgiven. They have a good
school, are our neighbors and I would
be willing to '.go n reasonable way
towards restoring former relations
wjth them' '
Professor Aylsworth: "As a matter
of principle, 1 believe it would bo a
good thing to renew athletic relations
with. Kansas. Tho two states and ttio
two universities are on the same plane
In a good many respects. But Kansas
as takes some steps to rehow them
Kansas ought to do a gopa menmy
rival for Nobraska, but because they
'l)roke the relations and acted un
sportsmanlike In trying to prevent Ne
braska from getting Into the Confer
ence, they ought to make tho start."
Professor Wyor: I believe we ought
to play Kansis every year. I think,
though, that Kansas should make the
request, but the request when made
should receive the samo consideration
from our Athletic Board as the request
i.frpm any.- other -school. I think the
past trouble has beqn duo to a misun
derstanding between the Athletic
Boards of the two universities, rather
than to any unfriendly feelings be
tween the student body or faculty
mnmlmm nnil flhntilil no Innror Btand
in the way In considering future rela
Prof. Laurence Fossler: "I believe
that conditions down there, are ripe
for resuming athletic relations with
Nfthrnnkn nnrl nnrsonallv I believe WO
ought to consider any movement she
mnlrn tn thnf affect. She is our sister
university and I canvseq no ground for
ipausejuiniuui mm uuuu vxiicooivn m
that saying, 'I am holler than thou.' "
Dr. Lees: "Considering tho way wo
have beon treated by the Kansas Ath
letic Board, I dpn't see why it should
be our duty to take tho initiative in
resuming athletic relations. Then,
The Varsity Scores at Will Denslov
a.nd Johnton Make End Rum
Averaging 45 Yards,
Tho people of Omaha wero treated
to a football tableau at Vinton Street
Park on last Saturday when Nebraska"
defeated Crclghton by a score of 100
to 0. This tableau consisted of three
principal sccnos; kick-off by Crolghton,
touchdown by Nebraska, and tho kick
ing of a goal by either Wollor or Cot
ton of Nobraska. A few side issues
were furnished onco in a while by an -attempt
on Crclghton's part to punt,
and the punt bolng 'blocked by a Ne
braska ipan. Not once during the
game did Crclghton get n punt or place
When the teams came on to tho
Hold it was npparont that Nebraska
was a little hoavler than Crolghton,,
but not enough to havo mado so great
a dlfforenco If, Crelghton had knbwn
the game.' Tho Crelghton men showed
up well In signal practlco, but "then,
somehow," they could not got together
in their plays and make any Impres
sion on tho varsity .during tho gamol'
Only four times" during the entire fifty .
minutes of play did Crolghton make
their yardage, Ono of thoso 'times wds'N
due to a fumblo by Nobraska. During
tho last half Nebraska so thoroughly
demolished any Interference Crelghton
put up that Crelghton relapsed into a
"don't you card" dream and tbuch-
dnwnst nnmn ovorv two minutes. .No
braska was, penallzod several times for ,
offside and holding.
Tho 'playing of, Nebraska's ends on .
Saturday was something marvelous
Benedict, Denalow and Johnson mado
long runs 'and! wero responsible, for
most of Nebraska's touchdowns. TTohn-son-was
the bright particular star of
thp team, tlmo after time ho would
dash around. thevend, evading Grelgh:
ton's back flold, and run from rorty
to seventy-five yards, for a touchdown.
Little. Wilson. 'Eager. Wollor, Borg,
and Cotton all gavo good account, of
themselves and made good, steady .
gains when given tho ball. Troupq
and Rogers did the best work for
The crowd that assembled on Satur
day afternoon was lnreolv Nebraska .
enthusiasts. About Ave 'hundred wept
rapre.than paid our expenses .while we
navo always .put money in ner pocttois
when she played on our grounds.
Therefore, Kansas loses more by not
resuming than wo, gain by resuming
athletic realtions with hprt
F O O T M A JU L,
NEBRASKA VS. AMES
v SATURDAY, NOV. 4
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too, our games with Kansas have noun frdm Llncoln on tho excursion Sat
urday 'morning. Besides thoso, two or
three alumni and old' Nebraska sup
porters gathered , at Vinton 8trcet to
cheer Nebraska on to victory. The
Crelghton supporters were, sadly In
tho minority when it camoto rooting.
Several old Michigan gradd caused
considerable rivalry between Nebraska
rooters and themselves by yelling"
"31-0" several times during the game.
"Several men wero injured in the
game, bu'C none very seriously. Beekly,
who wont in as fullback at tho begin
ning of the game, received several se
vere bruises and was replaced by Ma
son. Burns was also hurt and had to
bej taken out of tho game. Rogers
for Omaha received a severe Jolt In
the fore part xf the game, and later
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