The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 08, 1905, Image 1

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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FIUDAYECEMBER 8, J905.
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GAME
MAKE ONLY TOUCHDOWN IN EX
CITING GAME.
Start Off With a Rush and Score in
,Few Minutes of Play Senior
Brace and Almost 8core.
The first of the games between the
different classes of 'the University to
decido, the Interclaas football cham
pionship for the present year was
played yesterday by the Junior and
Senior teams. Owing to the fact that
law students jvere allowed to play on
the Academic class teams, both teams
were considerably stronger than has
been the case wtth the two upper
classes In previous years. The weather
was ideal for football, and the. flold
was a little "too soft is anything. A
fair-sized crowd saw the contest, and
during the latter part of the game
became quite enthusiastic. -
The Seniors kicked off at 1:45, and
the Juniors by a sqries of tacklo. plays
took the baU right down the field for
a touchdownWlthout losing possession
nco, and gaining jm average of four
yards every down. X)n the final play
when, the Junior-back waapushed over
the line tlie Senior full back made a
"notable attempt, to ..steal the Sail, but
thorofereo would not allow It. How
ard kicked goal. The Juniors thenv
kicked off to. the Seniors, and the lat
terat. once xprovedthat Ihey -Were
much better on offense than they wero
' on defence. Fonlon and Glbbs "alter
nated at end runsand. tackle -plays, and
advanced tlio. ball forty yards, 'only to
lose It on a fumble. "The SenlorUno
1 held .for the first time duringtho gaftie
and; tho Juniors had" to kick. The'
march began again, Fenldn and Glbbs
dping tho work as before, and it looked .;
good for a touchdown when time waa
called. ' s .
At the beginning ol the second half
tio Juniors kicked off, and thoSonlors
started for tho goal once more. Crnmer
had. learned how to break up the In
terference, for . Fenlon, however, and
the latter could not gain around the
end. ' Tackle' plays wero resorted to,
and tho ball advanced to the twenty
yard Hnc. when tho Juniors took a
bracQ,and-got the ball on downs. Two
attempts 'at 'the line failed, and Myers
tried a kick. The muddy ballwas too
-heavy, however, and it dULJie. rise
off the groundr Aftera. wild, scramble
for 'It, a 'Junior got possession. - No
' galncould bo made,, however, and an
other! puntTwas in order. Beforetho
Seniors' cdulcl, advance the ball very
far, time was" called.
Fonlon 4was tho best ground gainer
of the game, making a number of long
runs. Glbbs played the best game
jtfbr the Seniors as long as his 'wind
lasted. On defence ho -was particu
larly Btrong, arid on offence his. plunges
could rarely be stopped hort of threo
yards. For' tho Juniors, Dort at tacklo
played the best defensive game, while
on offence Runner showed iriarked
,ahlllty at picking holes and Howard
did" some good.., plunging- Borg"and
Johnson, wero the officials.
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GRADUATE CLUB MEETING
PROF. HOWARD WILL TALK
PROM COMMITTEE
APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT OF
8ENIOR CLa'sS.
Friday, Dec, 8
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WESLEYAN WINS.
AWARD8 INITIAL TO PLAYERS.
Adams .to Be Chairman of Committee
and Wilson to Be Master of Cere
monies Date Not Yet 8et. .
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Defeats University by One Point In
First Game.
Wesleyan defeated Nebraska in tkb
first game of the season last night by
a score of 28 to 27. The game was
played on Wesleyan's Tloor before 'a
large and onthulastlc crowd. Ne
braska was crippled by tho loss of
Hagenslck, who was out of thojgamo
on account of u lame knee, and an
other man had to throw tho goals from
tho foul lino, for Nebraska. This lost
the garile, as Nebraska threw ono
more field gtfal than did Wesloyan, and
had about the same number ofchances
on account of fouls- Tho first half
ended 1G to 15 In favoKof Wesloyan,
while In the- second half poUt teams
scored tho same number of points.
Wesloyan has its ontlro old "team
back and played a fast, snappy gam6
Although-a large number of fouls were
called, tho gamo was clean through
out Tho Nebraska line-up was as fol-
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lows: "Forwards, Mosher and Klowlt;
center
guards, Hoar and Bell.
A return gamo "will bo played In'tho
Armory .next Thursday evenings.
Meeting of Class of 1905.
XA, handful of the members ofsthe
claB8 o 1905 met In TJ.; 212 yesterday
during the,' chapel hour and discussed
the 'advisability of forming a class or
ganization for tho year. It wils found
that about tweYity members of the
class aro taking work Tn the "univer
sity this year, and It, was felt that
this" nuniber would Justify such n
move. Those present decided to do
something to keep tho class together
until the next Alumni day, when they
wish to make a good showing, and It
was accordingly arranged to give an
informal .entertainment on Saturday,
December 16, when all mombers-of
Ihc- 'class now In the university .can
get together and mako definite plans.
Athletic Board Gives "N" to Eighteen
Football Men.
Tho university athletic board met
yesterday -morning and awarded tho
Initial to the men entitled to it. All
men who have played an. anttro half
"in any of tho games with -the Confer
ence teams aro entitled to "N's" and
this year eighteen players wero quali
fied. This Is tho largest number In
tho history of tho institution, and is
accounted for by tho numbor of
changes made in tho line-up after tho
Michigan gamo and by the numerous
Injuries during tho year which kept
regulars out of the big games. Thoso
men honored are; Borg, Cotton, Tay
lor,' Wenstrand, Nelson, Weller, Lun
dln, Burns, Johnson, McDonaldJDens
low, Morse, Benedict,' Little, Schmidt,
JiJager, Wilson, Mason.
Tho question of giving sweaters to
the scrubs was discussed, butnothlng
definite was. dorio. Tho men wllbprob-
ably bq so aNynrdotl If the finances o
the board allow
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Yesterday President TrJgg of tho
senior class llnishod hor solection of
tho commltteo which is to have In
chnrgo tho class prompnn'do which will
occur next seniestor. The Senior
Prom has always rrinkod next to tho
Junior Prom" as tho most Important
social event of tho yenr, and from n
glance at tho commltteo It will bo
seen that tho affair this yoar will bo
no less successful than thoso of tho
past. Tho dato fon tho prom has not
been sot defiuitoly, but It will probably,
occur on February 1G, tho wdok aftor
the Junior Prom. Following la tho
complete committee:
Ed. Adams, chairman; Clydo Wil
son, master of ceremonies; Julia Dc
weese, Emma Schrelber, Enn Uracil,
IJnte Heacock, Ollvo States, Mildred
Siater, Harriet Hutton, Laura Smltlii
Rulh "Thompson, Ed, Zlmmorer, Biting
Mcndc, Harry Holllngsworth, Fred
Lundin, JohriWestovor, Alec "Vim Ors
del, Martin Dlrks.Frcd Fairman, Adolf
Wellonslck, GeorgoWnlkor.
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Date Set for Prom.
Tlfe Phl-Rho "StgTna will Slvo it
smoker to"nll medical students next
Saturday evening nt tho Phi Rho Sig
ma rooms, ',1238 O street.
, Tho Junior Prom committee met
yesterday morning and fixed ohsFefr-
ruary 9 atf tho dato for tho annual
class auair. l'lans nro already Doing
submitted to" make tho Prom tho best
.ovent..of tho year, and with tho oner-
getlc officers who. havo it in charge,
tho Juniorsluiyo every reason to ex
pect a good dance.
Officers Hop, Committee.
The following have' been'appofifted
to seiwoon tho Officers' Hop commTU
tee: Major CriteB, Captain Anderson,
and Captain "CrawfordT Thov dato of
tho' hop will be announced in tomor
row's Issue,
At tho University of Illinois' the ca
dets have 6i;dered that at all cadet
dances henceforth tho men shall seek
their partners for tho next dance Im
mediately at the' end of each dance, in
order to avoid confusion and delayV
Freshman-Sophomore Game. .
Tho Freshman and SophomorVfoot
ball teams have been hard at wor
In preparation for their gamo this
afternoon. Both of theso tcams have
been hindered sbmo in their work b
tho weather, hut all thejnen seem' to x
lie in the very best of condition.' 'The .
Junior-Senior game being "oyor It is- X
now tho aim of tho 8ophdmoro3 " to "
completely snow undcr tho Freshlcs, ,
aihl. then they oxpect.tb find the ";
Junlorsoasy But the, FreahWoii'havo
been hamnierlrig away until nowxtbey
Havo a strong! team, and the predlc
.tloh Is that UuKSophs will find no
snap.
Tho work of tho Sophomore team so
far this, year has been of the Jiost,
.and their chances 'for tho champion- '
ship surely looks bright. They de
feated the Lincoln Academy team by a
8qore.of 27 to 0, and held tho Dflcoln.
High School to an 0 tq 0 game ofi,
twenty' minutes duration. Nor lino caui
be drawn on tho Froahmen as they
havo not played any practice game
this season. The game this afternoon,
will be calledjat 1 o'clock In'order thtit
tho gamo may bo over bofore'lt conn
filets 'seriously with thocl5sses. ,
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."SUNSHINE" WILLETTTS
SPEAKS AT- MEN'.S' MASS " MEETING
Olivet Theatre Sunday, .Dec, JO, at -3:30 p, m.
Dramatic Club Try-Outs.
The Dramatic Club hold n second -try-out
Wednesday evening. Thorp-
wore sovontecn In thlsv firoup, antl
unnin vnrv Avnallntir ttrlr unu ilrto ''i
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Tho test committee hus frohi tho fivaiI"Je,
shown a strong tendency to bo very.
strict and although they havo not re- '
ported tho n,umber of new tnembers, t
it Is, safe' to conjecture that it will bo
but a, small Xractlon of tho totAl numt
ber trying for tho club. ! .'
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