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ONIVElITYOF.NEBRAS UNCOLN, FRIDAY, NOVEMB ji), 905.
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TEAM LOOKS GOOD
f ' . SIVE WORK;.
VVendstrahd,lh" Tomorrow's Llhe-Op--
Bally.at'.Convocjtlon Tbls . "
morning- oven -the Burlington from
penven$ Tho Colorado men aro In the
bolt ' of physical condition and will
$o "Nebraska thq bestfthoy havtfim
Nebraska flqld tomorrow aftornoon
T&oy wlllrlndulgo lVsecrt)V 'practice
somp .time today In tho near vicinity,
"of Lincoln. Coach Kfenh'ol-" hopes to
feet tho; me,nth0roughly. Jtbbergd UB
in- tnis practice so mey win uu uuuu
tho worsq for-theJLr long ttlp. .
Proift a'lottotf'tiiat was wVl'ttoh, to a
Nebraska student by a ColoraW "rijan
wS can .gathor some pf the possibili
ties' of- tomorrow's" game. Th'e blotter4
In 'part says, "that Colorado realizes
that they aro playing awa'y'from homo
ami .gainst "a, powerful aggregation.'.
If Colorado had had Kansas on a dry
Vr eld sthQ.vsco,ro .pjiU Jiavo . doubtless,
been considerably larger." It further
says: -"Wo aro weakest on defense--Klenholz's
offensive formations aro
.splendid, for none of the teamshavo.
' tieojx able' to withstand them, so '.fav
Our bright particular 'star'" Is. Ctiloy
at fullback; when ho plays his best
game ho is hard to beat Christiansen
also, played a .star game In the Colo-
rAdo-Ujtah- game,1 Tho Colorado-Utah
. game was, very rough from all imports,;
uiffruian menusins,iaoir uuw-lu.uttjr,-
promiscuously wnu iau iwnua iuuv
some of 'th'or Colorado players were'
pretty badlyVcutTup? "w ' v" '
One 'thing le...qi4tosuro and that Is
that tlio people who enrich the A&
lotlc ".Board treasury "bn Saturday, by
,comIng.loMtho gamp.wlll0gotyaluo re
ceived for their 'money. The.Cql&rado
gamp will bo thb -.hardest, most hotly
cbrites'tod and be'st gamo on Nebraska
moid' this" year; This ft duo to. two
things Colorado's victory of lasfc yoar
and the present antagonism between
the two schobl.B.
- ? ." iJ'o varsity ia In good QOdlttbn for
Saturday's game. Last night some
- swift signal practice was indulged "in,
natwell'aa scrimmage work. Tho men
ailf showed up wllwatv their respective
p61tIonX.J.Bened'lctdjd some gVeat
,wokat p;uartorrand during the scrim-
' mago-work ho made one of, theprot-
. ' Hoof tnolrtna AVr Rpfin :ort- tlio' local
;i Afield. t Av6rywlth-iila;ionr. days' oxr
' ,; perleflco oh the varsity, 4Id,somo good
wwVk.'- This man Is 'about elgtit or:ten
:' 'i1?11 heayr tna5 XQns)ow; and'. If
A he maKe-M'.so pr, tnis extra weignt tno
. i'way' Donslow uses "J" weight,' Avery
' "shouldbo a 'great end. NVeriubtrand
was put in at guara last nigt m jen
vkliars'"bltffcp. HO, plays ,'a 'great' Jgamo
,,. "for ''a new .man, showing a speed In
t ''ciiaVglng iand aggressiveness' In (every
,- play that 'makes the coach's "heart
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I NEBLAiSKA VS. COLORADO 8
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glad. "' Tdkoh. all together, Nobraska
will be." roprespnted' (y a1;ilrst'claVs
team aalhbt Colorado j
: Tho rdliy 'fortoindicrdw's amtf will
bo held InKlemorlaf Hall tfils morn
ing at Convocation borlOd. The root
ers will co-operate with Mrs. Jiayrpond
In- the regular jnilslcal program. Tho
University band will render several
selections and tho University chorus
will sing ttho cOlldgo songs": In all
''probability tho Colorado team will 'bo
presontrat tho rally. Como'and glyo
us your heln In the rooting. .
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The last "number of the "Sliver and
Gold," published at tho UnlYorslty of
Colorado, contains a number of Items
which will probably be of Interest to
students hbre. In an editorial com
ment on tho Kansas gamo, which Colo
rado won by fifteen points, tho play
ers aro lauded because they put up
such a magnificent game against a
team greatly outweighing their own.
In the'sunlmary of jhvagame the aver
ago Syolghts ofUho twtkjtp'a.ms are
given Kansas, 180,3 pounds;. Colo
rado, .179.9 pounds. Seven ouncesto
tho man.ls certainly. n-wholOjlot. 'In
cidcntally, by their own showing, tho
mountaineers outweigh Nebraska, for
wltlTTaylor In the game our'men av
eT&ged just under 179 pounds.
After tho cowardly, attack on Coach
Booth appearing. In. thathpapcr a couplo
of weeks ago, tho two following itoms
regarding . Klenholsi may bo of Inter
est. The song composed by him may
boJiJs own,, but. It Is -perilously Hko
tho song we have beon singing Jiero
for flvpv yearsT and wjth a single sub
stitution of one word" thoy would be
IdentlcaU His notlcoVogardlng "spot
ters'.' reminds us of tho days when wo
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used to sneak behind th? barn to read
- An enthusfastlc student rally was
held In chapel last Friday morning.
Yells and songs were practiced for tho
Kansas game. Coach Kienhol? com
posed tho following 'song, and his
prophecy therein was amply fulfilled
. (Tuno, "Tall of tho Kangaroo.")
Oh Kansas sho was Jolly,
Oh Knnans8he was gay,
But when tho game was oyer,
Sho felt tho; other way; .
Sho saw tho constellations,
Tho stars, tho moon, tho sun,
Her team felt kind o'slckly,
When that football game was done.
It will be tho duty of every student
In tho University to. keep an eyo out
.for any "spotters" that are apt to bo
visitors about the campus tho rest of
the football-season. All such suspic
ious characters should bo reported to
the- Athletic Association authorities' al
once. Remember this is your duty as
a student of this Institution.
W. SIMS KII3NHOLZ.
Alpha Zeta held Initiation lost Sat
urday, night, November 4. Thcso men
were takon liu C.' H.'Bohrer, C.' W.
Rlne and W. L.vZook. Tho initiation
was held at tho State vEarm, as is cus
ternary. A feed was glvcnafterward
in one of the offices.
The ' English .Club will meot wIthN
Miss Howell nt Mellck Court on Satur
day, Nov(embex,l. ..
8EN1QR8.,HEAR REP0RT'OF COM
Mon8olcct6d From ..Whom the Chan
cellor Is to Pick Commencement
"Orator Laws Meet.
Yestprday morning during, tho con
vocatlon poriod -tho Solilor class mot
in U. 100 for tho purposo of hoarlng
'reports from a number of committees,
and to- attend to othor shatters of
minor importance. Tho play commit- -
tco rocommondod an assessment of $3
upon every Senior in orxler to moot
thciargo oxponsosincldont to tho pro
duction of tno class play. It was do
cldod to lay this tax, and to order that
overy Senior oithdr pay this boforo
tho Jlrst of tho year or else sign n
noto" for tho. amount. Bach morabor
of tho class who pays this assessment
J will bo entitled tosx, tickets to tho
play, tho tickets to bo distributed to
tho Seniors boforo, being placed on
general solo. Tho committee having
in charge tho girls' caps and gown's
reported that it was tho lntontion to
have all tho girls appoar In cap and
gown tho day before Thanksgiving,
and that accordingly all. orders should
bo placed o,t once. Tho cpramltjep'for'
the selection of tho commencement
orator reported a list of prominent
mop of tho country whlch they had
prepared, This list; Is to bo" submitted
to Chancellor Andrews, -wjio is to se
lect tho most ayaHablo" map and If
possible engago him for that time. In
ciiHiruie man on wnonrme airst cuoic
falls Isyuhablo, to accept tho invitation,
tlio osIllo9f(9rca tQl sec
ond 'choice.' Follbwlng Is the list: x
Congrossmah Richardson of 'Tonnes
see.' ' .
President Stryker of Hatnlltph Col
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General -Milos,- N
v S6nnfor Bovoridge ot Indiana: "
Vice-president Fairbanks; ' " '
,-dovernor Folk of Missouri.. . '.
Senator Cummins 'of Iowa. "
. Governor' La FolIotto of Wisconsin.
DrBuckloy. , v
Hton. Franklin McVoy: H ' ,,
Under thorules made by tho board'
regents last yoarall student affairs
:wltli financial .concehis, word placed
under a acuity auditing" -committee.
There ae'orao'd to bq' s'onlo (loub't a,s to
whether 'this board was to bo selected
by tho class or whs to bo a general
boar1 appointed by tho' authorities.
Tentative appointments-were ma,do In
case It was the duty of the class to
make thq selection. Upon motion thp
president appointed a hat committee
and a pin committee, which aro &b fol
lows: i 4 ''
Hat Committee Pugsioy, chairman;
Pin Committee flUtes Howie,- chair
man; Miss Bunt, Benedict '
(Continued on. page 2.)
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