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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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ttio yards, but Nebraska was held on
tho next two downs, forcing Benedict
to punt Ames fumbled, and Johnson
foil on tho ball on Ames' twenty-five
yard lino. Mason mado three yards
through center, Johnson mnde flvo on
end, runs. Tho ball was fumbled on
the1 noxt play arid Ames secured it, but
fumblod lmmodlntoly to Nobraska.
Nebraska made yardage by Straight
lino bucks by Wilson, Little and Burns.
She continued to hammer Amos' lino
until Wilson was pushod over for a
touchdown. Wellor failed to kick
goal. Score, 5-0.
Amos kicked off to Nebraska. Wil
son received the ball, and ran it back
ten yards beforo being downed. No
braska failed to make yardage and
Benedict punted. At this junction of
tho game AmeB tried a fake punt, but
was downed for a loss. Here tho two
teams struggled for some eight min
utes, nelthor side being ablo to gain,
consequently tho ball changed hands
several times. In a quick exchango of
punts Benedict gained twenty yards.
Tho oxchango endod with tho ball In
Amos' possession on' our fifty-yard
lino. After making yardage, Ames
tumbled, but securqd the ball Oh a
fake punt Ames was downed for a
loss. Tho game ended 'with tho scoro
5-0, and the ball In tho center of the
The same men entered the game this
half for both teams. Johnson kicked
off to Ames on hor twenty yard line,
and she returned the ball three yards
By lino bucks of Drennon and Staufor,
AmeB made eighteen, yards before she
was held for downs. Ames attempted
to punt, hut this was blocked. Ne
braska theh took the ball, but on the
first attempt to advance was downed
for a loss. Benedict then made twenty
yards on a fake quarter-back play. By
straight,, hard football, Nebraska suc
cessfully bucked tho Ames lino for
another touchdown. Benedict kicked
out to Wilson, but ho fumbled the ball,
denying Nebraska tho right to try for
a goal. Scorb 10-0;
. Ames kicked off to Nebraska on her
own twenty yard lino. Johnson mado
flvo yards around end, followed by
Donslow for foUrmoro around tho
other end. At this point in the game
Densl'ow wont out with a. sprained
ankle, MncDonald took his place at
end. Tho varsity failed to gain on the
next two downs, and Benedict pre
pared to punt, but tho punt was
blpckod. . Antes now workod the ball
down to our eight yard lino, where she
was hold for downs. Nobraska now
began a nlurch toward AmeB' goal by
Masbn, -JphnBon, Wllsorl, Benedict,
Johnson making two, fifteen, five, flvo
and two yard gains, respectively,
Benedict punted and Ahles fumbled,
but regained the ball. AmeB now
gained eight yards byan dnd run by
McElhoriy, but failed t6 make the re
qulrodyardage oh the next three
downs. Benedict- Immediately punted
on receiving tho ball, and Johnson got
tho ball on Ames seven yard, line. By
two lino bucks by Wilson, and Little,
respectively, Little werit bvor for a
touchdown. Woller made the prettiest
placo kick of tho day and sent tho ball
squarely between the goal posts.
Amed kcked oft .to Benodie
fifteen- yard line, ah
ball twenty y
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BOTH PHONES. J044 O'STREET
tho game. On receiving tho ball, Ben
edict gave tho signal for Mason to
hit tho lino. Mason drew tho Ames
ends In beautiful, and Benedict wont
around the end for fifty yards and a
touchdown. Woller failed to kick
goal. Scoro 21-0.
On the next kick-off tho ball hit
Bofg and roboundod to tho center of
tho field. Ames secured tho ball, but
after making four yards were hold for
downs. Benedict punted Just as the
whistle blew. Game ended. Score,
21-0. Tho line-uprr-
Donslow r. e McElheny
Burns r. 1 Dronnen
Cotton r. g Thayer
Borg (Capt.) c Mable
Jenkins 1. g. ..;...... Perrln
Weller 1. t. ...... . .-. ..Mills
Johnson 1. e Henneger
Benedict q. b Hubbard
Wilson r. h Blllor
Little-Schmidt ; 1. h ....Jones
Mason f. b. .Stoufor (Capt)
Officials Referee, Dr. Outland; um
pire, Gail; head linesman, Cornell.
Time of. halves, 25 minutes. Touth
downs, Bonedlct 2, Wilson, Little.
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