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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1905)
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Vol. Vi jtfo, ,36
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, -TUESDAY, NOVEMBER J4, J905.
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VAR8ITY RUN8 UP GOOD SCORE
..V ON THE "MOUNTAINEERS.
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', Benedict -the Star of Game -Visitors
v Could Not Witlistarid Our
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T Fierce Line Plunges.
(Before ono of tho largest mtd-seasoh
'crowds over seen at a Nebraska game,
thV varsity defeated Colorado by a
score of "UNO. Tho gamb'was a splen
did exhibition of football, being fr.ee
from any unnecessary roughness and
Mugging. Tho three touchdowns came
Aard, and It was only after fierce lino
plunges that the ball was pushed back
of tho goal posts. TThc first touchdown
camo near tho end of the first half,
with the others In tho second. The
general opinion was that the Coloradq-
, Nebraska game was the most spectacu
- lar footbaU-c'onteateori. on, 'Nebraska
fletd7slnco the 'Illinois game, of -last
"' Before the.eame.had advanced faHt
was seen that Nebraska would bo tho
VlOtm4 nlflmilcli: fVin onnl-n wrtnlrl tin
low, Tho. Cornhuskors' could, stop tho
,fiercovIlno. plunged bfr the, wejtorneni
in.jt ..waytliatr,lndIcate4f.tlho relative
strength" ofthe two- teams, Colorado
was 'unable to .gain , around our ends
Ad anV creat extent, a' few short trains
being made around the. right end. But
ln Chrlstonsen Colorado" vhas an end
lhat is,siecdy, and a s.uro..tackler. This
man w,as responsible for Nebraska's
failure o.makegood, substantlal-galna
on end runs, sfor ho--downed our!men
several, times for a loss. The, Corn
huskers hit tho Colorado "lino with a
fierceness, that wfcs weakenlng'and the
holeathat our linemen opened -up,
sometimes were" wonderful, when :wo'
cpnsldoiS vtho. way Kansas and .Utah
llQVA faltarltn l!a rnnnnt thla.vani.
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. NebraalSa!' suDDortors were- somowha't
surprised, onlwtSaturtlay, "to- notice
die. unusual amourit of fumbljng on the;
"Tpafiaes Jjctweeii .Borg atfds? Benedict..
: Thero ere .moro fumbles bjetweon
. theao men on'- Saturday than fh-ctfie-
.NobraflkaAnes.game1 o'the preceding
week, op. the wot field. , -But" nlUtWs was
duo to" an Injury 'vv'hidh Borg rocelyed
oh.th.eflrot dowh'whaCaleyof. Colo
rado fll on his v head with his knees.
In this way be was confused astp
height and. distance of 'nis passes dur-
Ing the .first half, but all this passed
away in tho, second half.
Tho punting of" Caley and Bonedict
in the game was, of a high order, both
men booting. tho ball about tho-samo
distance. -The wind hindered tho punt
ing of tho man who was defending the
north goal, but during tho latter part
of the game, the wind had so 'subsided
thattJlfJUe difference was seen, On an
average tho panting of Benedict aver-aK'd'bqiri-'fiYe
yards mor0 than that
of the western punter, affaiough Caley
macl bme of t.ho longest kicHs over
sfcen,gn the Jlel3, for instance, the last
klcfcoffr when -the ball went oyer tho
Tho rooting 'of the Colorado visitors,
as. df a," hlh' orderT and they' Intro-
" iuciafWrJturjts;;lrf.rootlng and ring
Y. W. C. A, COUNTY FAIR.
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spectators. But tho Ticbraaka rooters
bad tho greatest volume In tholr yqlls
and their work the first half was as
good as any over done by Nebraska
iootors. But the one thing Nebraska
lacks is a few new yells and songs.
Tho worlc-,of Chalmers and Rothgeb
as officials Jn last Saturday's game was
the best ever seen ont the local field.
At no timo in the gamo did either
team think they wero recoivlng "dirt"
at tho hands of these men. Rothgeb
was well 'remembered by tho Lincoln
people as thcbrlght particular star of
ihe Illinois, team in last Thanksgiving's
First Half' v" .
Borg" won. tho tossj andqhose tho
south goal to defend v When both
teams had taken their respective places
at 2:47 o'clock, Caley sent tho ball
into Benedict's hands, who 'returned it
ton yards before being downed. Nc-i
braska now by hard lino plunges fought
her way back to tho forty-seven yard"
lino, whore the first fumblp gavo tho
ball to Colorado. Colorado being un1-
ablo to gain, punted to Wilson on our
twonty-flvo yard line. The game now,
resolved itself Into a 'punting contest,
for befojo wo had. made many yards
Benedict had 'to punt, sending tho' ball
fifty yards ,toCaley: After" two"" at
tempts to gain by-Colorado, Caley was
forced to punt,' booting tho ball for
IhlrlV-flvo vards. and "to tho center of
lie fleldNXJttlo and Wilflohbegaa to
ppundv Colorado's lino for substantial
gaintj, -bit another, fumblo gave he
ball, to, Colorado. At-this stago of tho
game Caley and Benedict exchanged
mint CI 11'ltVi tVn Vnaillf tin( v MntivnaVn
finally got tho ball von Colorado's
thirty yard lino on a fumbjo punt.
WenBtrand, falling on the ball.v But
hero Colorado 7 took a brace a'ndro
ceived tho.haiCori downs, iDaley Imme
diately klcled 'out" of danger, The
Cornhuskjefrs tbrb lwles in the' Colorado
lino for four, and five yards at a clip,
until tho ball rested on Colorado's fifr
- Ueen yard lino. Hero Nebraska" watf
hold "for downsj, and Coley punted-
against tho wind, thbvbalL going put'of
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f . , IJNDfeLL HpTE.-
I flonday, JK5C; 4 v ;, ;Jfts$l
DON'T MI8S A GOOD THING.
All Come to the County Fair, Satur
day, November 25.
Yqu may be assured that the enter
tainment will bo of tho highest and
most elevating typo,. for 'tho sororities,,
societies, gymnasium and dormitojry
girls aro going to have .booths charac
teristic of their individuality,
, Hero, you will bo ablo to obtain pink
lemonade, popcorn, peanuts, candy, hot
waffles, etc., and thus satisfy your
taste as well as your aesthetic tastd.
Coma and bring your friends.
Excursion 8chedule. .
First sectionto' be composed ofEwlU
man and tourlstars aiftT diner. Sec
ond aeption, coachesahd 'chair carri.
Third section, same. V.
Northbound-Firat section, 4eavo, 5
p. m. arrive, 7 a. nvSecond section
.jeave, 5:30 p. mr,. arrive, 7 J 30 ,a.m.
Third section, leave, 8. p. m.; arrive, 8"
p. m. ' xn
. Southbound (Sunday) Firstsectlon
leave, ,G p. m.r'second' jsectlonJeave,
G:30.p. ni.; third section, leaye,-7 p. h.
Reservations of berths for tho excur
sion to Minneapolis may bo made dui
ing the, convocation period and from
five until six 'today and tomorrow In
tho Nobraslian office. All persons' wjsh
lng berths should ha?vc 'them reserved
as soon as possible, as tho Pullmans
mu st be brought from Chicago. Rate3;
Pullman, $5; tourist, 2.50 This is for
-j SehlbrrJunlbr Football.
The annual game botweeh the Jun
Toj;s and seniors wlllvbe pla,yed on the
field on Thursday, .November 23. Both
classes aro practicing daily,nd
Jielhgcoached by members of tho var
sity, so ,Umt' a gbOd game is being
looked for. v -.
All men wishing to try"for placed on
tho senior basket-ball team reportIn
Qymrhursday. at chapel time.
HAVE 'BEEN RECEIVED iV THE
Beautiful Specimens of Greek ahd
Italian Sculpture to Be Placed
In Art Hali. . .
, Tho Art Department haT Just ro-
celved fourteen largo pioccs of statu
ary from Caproni Bros, of Boston, the
purchaaoTmvlng teen made rlth funds --contributed
by .tlw University and the'
Art Department in equal proportions.
MoBt of tho statues aro from tho best
poriod of Greek sculpture, but a few
aro specimens of Italian, workman
ship qf tho Fifteenth contury. Among
tho statues aro tho famous Yenus di
Milo; tho -Quoit Thrower; th6 Dying
Gaul, tho Apollo Belvedero,- and" th6
wonderfully fino Niko, of Samothracelv ;,:
A number of theso. aro Hfo size. These
ploqes of sculpture will servo a number"
of purposes in tbtf University.' They; '
will lielp tho Art Gallery to tale 4n )
an appearance indicative of itavnamc;
they 'will 6ffer an opportunity for t'ho: -
general ,s)tudeht .body 4o get somor idea '
whifch artists of olden tirao matjlfefltcd:
in their creations. It 'is hbpodthat
sonio lectures to tho public m&y ho "
phorty glvon 6a these' subjects. , '
Association Bail at the Farm.
Association football has been" taken
UD with aereat deal' of lntereiit hv thn X.
studentsln tho School of! AerrlcultuVli
Tho athleticgounds could, hardly bey
Improved upon--covering about, thrcb
acres In area and "well sodded. Tho
ground has. been laid' pfC, arid a large
Bunch of students' may' h'eTaeen-dut
every day Yn strenuous pursuit of tie
ball. t "Profes3oV Smith has bcehxthe
leaning spirit in getting tho gamo
started,' Association football ha3 tlio '
advantage of being easily learned and
played by all, and affords plenty hi
exercise.- As. thero is no gymnaeiam
work given at thsu Farai, thU 'rocreaV
tibn has been taken" up "lth a gcroif
deal' of zest. - , ( -
Booth "began secret practice in prep-
are-hrratlon for tho Minnesota. game'Jast"
evening. AH tho men were but, and
TJenslow 'had a, suit o( for the irat
Itlrao since the Ames gaino. rils aakie .
is improving rapidly, and rlll probacy
Jet him get-into thq Minnesota game,
although hq can do nothing now hut
loosen Itirp-.a little each eyeing "by
taking' a launtTacros the fleld. The'
scrubs are showing raoet commendable
spirit and- more wer'e out' last Alglit
than baa been the case fdr several
weeks. ' ' , ' ' ' ' , f
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8ucoeful iahri Ihferrtal. "''
h& second Band formal "(n the Art '
Hairiast Saturday jtfffi aV fajfc -,
nioro oi a 'success -than .the tirfi' o'"
week previous.. $?;$$& '. j,
were present and ,W toaajollia. -r
evening; fhontxi lafonoai rllt'ocmr. ': .
intheneVMure, . K ,'. S'',
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