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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1906)
Vol. VI. No.UJ
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1906.
Price 5. Cents.
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HARD TUS8LE WITH SOUTH DA
Teams Evenly Matched Both Light
Linkup of Game Last Night's
i Excitement prevails In football cir
'cles' -today. From what wo hoar of
South Dakota's tenm, the boys from
the north are coming here with the
expectation of making its hustle for
nny glory that wo may get out of the
game. There is no doubt that the
two towns as they will appear on the
field today, are almost matched, as
far cui..weigjiUlri concerned, for, .from
statistics, both teams will averago a
little moro than t04. .pounds . to the
man. Evidently, beef "nnd brawn are
riot going ttf win, tho gamofor us, but
science axAC speed.
The new game will bo tested today
In u way that was not possible In last
Saturday's game. The advantage of
weight being eliminated, recourso will
be bad to tho new, snappy plays that
nro allowable under the new rules.
Advices frbm Vermillion Indicate
that tho South Dakota team is much
stronger than last year. Coach Whlt
tem6re says his men -are In excellent
cQiitjltion .and will play, to win.
The. 'Varsity's final practise last
night was devoted almost entirely -to
slgnaJ;W.ork, winding up. with a short"
ponou oi secret signal praciiBo in inw
s Tho- "-two scrub teams which have
, been faithfully u hammering away nil
vpoek'f.wer'e'lried upgainst each oth
or for a. short gan'te. They wore very
.evenly matched and a fierce contest.
followed. Fumbles- characterized tho
jttay and the ball' changed hands' fro
uently Tho only score was made
by a field goal from drop kick hy Haw
key, ,whoBo' kicking- and running with
(he, ball was the feuturo of tho game. -
McDonald. 140 L .B.
"Matters, 190 ,..,. .L.T.I
Chalqupka, 177 u. u.
WilkiG, 1707 Harvey," 185 ...,C.
Ewing, 109 ,..R. G.
" Donslo'w, 153. . . : . : ..u: : . . : R. E.
' ook, 148, Benedict, 125, DralnlBO.
, ' ....v,. .......... Q. B.
1 Jittlo. 172 ..C.v.'i.' i. . L. H, B.
i Schmidt,' l'GG ..: .:,,. k . vt-i .It. H. B7
'Mason, 154 ...F. B.
South Dakota: '
Cooper,. lGtr:..'.' ' Tj. e.
thrown, 'CapL)175 . '. Ij. .T.
ImbsrWB w -L-
riJrlsblne, 170 ..,.-. T.... C.
) Dugga'n 180 R. G.
JmtlU 4 iMif t m i tv X
Evans, 158 '. R. E.
'.Case, l48,'Ryan, 145....'...' Q. B.
, Coffey, 118, Illsley, 154, .. . L. H. B.
t Hart, 155. .,...., '...:, .R. H. B.
' O'Noll, 165. ...i. -............ ..F. B.
Subs. for.S.D.: Sinclair, 1. e., 150
lbs.; Kolb, cf. 165; Keeling, t. and g.,
-inn. -i.i ir. ire. .xxr.n...... j.. ..
17u; OlsLo.n, to., 155; Wodlrnnders, g.,
'Nebraska vs. South Dakota, at Lin
coln. , , - , :
' Kansns vsi St.. Marys, at Lawrence.1
Drake 'Vs.i Buenn Vista, at Storm
Colorado vb, Denver, at Denver.
Michigan" vs. Qaso, at Ann Arbor. '
Cornell vs. Oberlln, at Ithaca.
Harvard vs. Maine, at Cambridge;
Yale vb'. Syracuse, at New Haven.
Missouri vs. Warrensburg, at Colum-hia.
FRIDAY, OGT0BER JI2
UNIVERSITY MAN CH08EN.
E. H. Wllllsford Elected Truant Officer
by the Board of Education.
At n recent meeting of the Lincoln
school board, Rev. E. H. Wllllsford,
wtio took hiB dogreo of PK.DT tit the
University this year, was appointed
citytruaftt officer for tho coming
Bchool year. v
Heretofore truantwork has been
ontrusted to a police officer, but now'
tho problem Is to be attacked In a
now way. "MrTWilllsford Is an active
T"Blir-'-John8on, one of the speediest
ends "and surqst tackleB that over woro
tho "N," played three years on tho
'Varsity and tlfreo" years on the Lin
coln High School team. He Is now
assisting Coach Fostor on tho athletic
worker In tho College Settlement of
this city and his now task will bo to
got delinquent children, into school by
moral suasion When ntall possible. ' j
Mr. Wllllsford has recently returned
from a. six months' trip abroad and 'is
to bo actively engaged In philanthropic.
work thruout tho winter-,- ; .
- it -
Miss Katharine Sterling, '04, has
jflmrge of'th'o Gorman work of tio
Franklin High School of Seattle, and
Is doing graduate work at tho Univer
sity of Washington. ,, ,
rl Vm. H torn WxiJ!T,'-Ti,'i rtO
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' THE DAILY
Politics ate growing wnrmor and
warmer in the FreBhmen class. Tho
usual squabbles between towns Is on.
So far, candidates foV president are
.HeHeth,,an,olduicadeJtny,' map,, whoso,
homo IS in Iowa; Geoi-go'Mydllaco,
of Omaha, and possibly McDonald, of
York. This year a new development
has appeared" In that some ot the fac
tions aro making out com pie to tickets
for nil officers In tho gift of the cIobh.
It is rumoed tbut various dark horses
will bo Bprungt tho meeting.
Edgar Cotton, the famdus 'Vurslty
tticlde, has held his position on the
Nobraska line for four- yenrs against
all comers. Cotton Is pow assisting
the head potfeh on tjio football- field.
i ne uevenage Meeting ' " "
Thursday evening; Senator Albert Jf
Bevorllge, of Indiana, opened tho re
publican campaign In. Nebraska by ail
eloquent address at tho Oliver. The
University Band escorted the speaker
to tho theatre and tho University Re
publican Club was present en masse.
The Club ocqupied the tjenter bectloil
of tbe balcony and managed to get hi
some very effect ivo rooting prior- to
The Kappa Knppn Gammas will give
j a reception to Alpha Phi this evening;
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GLEE CLjJB TRIP
MANAGER AGEE ANNOUNCES DEF
INITE WESTERN TOUR. '
predlt for , Vork ,6n' plub , lncred
Tryouts Announced More Appll
Tho Gleo and Mandolin Clubs held
thoir first buslnoss mooting Thursday
night and dlBcussed 'tholr plans.; for
tho coming year. Manager Agoo pre
sented avory bright dutlook for a big
trip In the spring. Ho said that ho
could promiso as something tnat'cbriltU
bo absolutely depended uipon, n trlb
thru Colorado and' southorn Wyorainlf. ,
Beyond'UhatiXllYlliniiend' ort Uiq '
men tiiemsolvos. ' , ' '"
At tho oTd-mon stahd yth clubliR
they did last "year and tho now men
follow their exanrplo. It is hoped that
tlio trip mny be oxtehdod ns fin ix
Holt Lake City. "Now thlV tho man
ager emphatically concliidedSiMii ho
pipe drenrii nor hot air blorft, suchvon
wollvod upon Inst year, but'ji stralgb
business proposition backed by cold
fucts and cold dollars'. Tho facts wo
havo and the dollarsuro whrc-wb can
got them 'by merely tnklng thorn'
Chancellor- Androws and Registrar
Clark huvo promised that tho crddlt
for tha work will bo increasod from
oho hoiifpr tho year to twd, putting
the Gleo ClUKon a par with tho UnJ-
Jtcrslty Chorus asvfor as credit Is conr
cornod. This fact hroxpected tb brlhuv
moro men out. for thnMrvnntii litih
coiudv olhorwlso bo expectodInco II, '
will lessen thp number ot " hoursthat
a candidate vlll feel hltnsolfM required
to carry In order, to hold his, own "in
the Unvorslty. ."
Tryouts will begin olrhMoprtriy night,
when tho tenors will bo put thru Ihoir
1qcos, and will last thruout the wcok.
kucii man who has nilod out an appli
cation blank will bo notified by postal
whenjo appearbut tenors nro hereby
notified to show up Mopdny ovoning at
7:30 in Memorial Hall. J
Tho old mon nro already busy with
rehearsals for nn early .appearance nt '
Convocallon. uBi dolngithls IhV-Club Is
doing what no other Gleo Club has
ovor 'don'o' in the history of tho Unl- -vurslty.
Ordlnnrl)y thorphuvq not
bcea enough . men bock lomakjo.-an
arly appearance a, possibility. The'
date fqr their, appearance Is to bo
posted sjiortiy: '
College Settlement Election. '
At convocation yesterday morning,
members wore elected to servo on. the
college settlement board. Professors
Fosslor and Dnnh were elected from
tho faculty; Professor Fotfsler to fill
a f vacancy and Professor Dann', a3 a
new member. .Misses Eleanor An
drewrf and Virginia Zlmmer, and
Messrs, H. C. Slovdns and A. W. Aron
we're electedfrom tho student body.
Following tho election, students
from tho. University School of Music
gave this program:,
Violin Sixth Air. . .' Do, Borolt
Miss Genevieve Mario Fodvca.,
VolcoGlpsy Maiden, I...r... Parker
Miss Francolla French.
Piano Theme, Four Variations and
Finale from Symphonic Etude,
opus IS . , Schumann
Miss Floss Denny.
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