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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1906)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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lino bucking .or the three backs and
McDonaldjs brilliant work In the soe
ontl liiiir. Tlino anil again Little, Ma
Hon awl Schmidt plowed thru the op
posing team almost unaided by thei.
own line men, HometimcK for 5 and S
and evon.lO yards. McDonald Bnved
tho gamo for Nebraska lato In tho
second half by putting ovor South Da
kota's goal a pretty drop-kick from tho
thirty .yard line. Besides this his
work at end, In gotting down under
punts, stopping end runs and picking
up fumbles was of high order. Neither
team tried tho new stylo of football to
any oxtont, dopending mostly on
straight lino bucks. As a test of the
now rules tho game was decidedly- un
satisfactory. Neither loam scorned to
havo mastered or to be able to take ad
vantage of the new condition brought
about by the changes in tho rules.
While the work of tho team was
disappointing to those who had wit
nessed its brilliant victory of a week
ago and its good work against the
scrubs during the week, the, experience
will doubtless bo beneficial and in tho
end helpful to tho team. Much of tho
faulty work musL bo attributed to tho
greenness of tho men and their failure
to master tho details of tho game.
Possibly tho past weakness of 'South
Dakota and expectation of a snap also
had something 'to do with it. But with
a week's hard work and determination
to Biicceed, doubtless next Saturday
will see tho teqm In hotter shape for
Drake than had It easily defeated
Tho game in details follows.
Schmidt kicked off at 3:35 to Cooper,
who fumbled on the 20 yard lino and
Dakota In return puntod. to Denslow
who roturned to Nebraska's 40 yard
lino before bolng downed. By a series
of lino bucks Nebraska advanced tho
ball to her opponent's 40 yard IJne,
when ho. was held for downs. Dakota
punted to Cookwho ran put of bounds
on Nebraska's 45yard lino, and on the
next play went around tho end for a
ten yard gain.
Tho ball waB carried up and down
the field for tho rest of tho lialf,
noithor sldo having tho hotter of It.
Nobreska's play was characterized by
much fumbling of Dakota's punts.
Schmidt's long leg boosted tho oval
out of danger for Nebraska, O'Neill
doing tlio same for tho visitors. The
lialf ended with neither side scoring.,
Coffey replaced O'Neill at ful back
arid EvnnB kicked off to Denslow, who
roturned to tho 40 yard-line beforo
being downed. NobraBka advanced by
a series of lino bucks and ond runs to
Dakota's 35 yard lino when sho was
held for downs.
-McDonald tackled Cooper behind the
line and Dakota lost olgTTF yards. An
oxchaTigo of punts then loft tho ball
on, Dakota'fl40 yard lino in her pos
session. Sho. tried -the forward pass,
but failed. Tho ball travelled back
and forth In the centor of tho flold
frequently changing hands. A fumblp
finally gave Nebraska tho ball on tho
40 yard lino and a forward pass netted
ten yarda. McDonald then fell back
to' tho 40 yard line and dropped the
ball behind the posts. Nebraska 4,
Tho Vest of the gamo was roercjy
a repetition of fumbles, rodeemed only
by McDonald's brilliant playing.
Schmidt, Little anU Muson, by their
steady, consistent playing, udvanced
tho ball again and ngaln, only to. lose
It on a fumble With about fivo min
utes to play, Cook was replaced by
Benedict, but tho hart ended without
furtnor scoring. - . , '
HOW TO U8E THE LIBRARY.
Librarian Jewctt Dellvors Interesting
Address at Convocation.- -
Dr. .Towott, tho University Librarian,
I gave an instructive talk yesterday
, morning at Convocation on, rHow to
! Uso the Library." His advice was
mostly for Freshmen but applied to
upper class men as well.
There are thro principal ways to as
certain tho contents of tho Library;
by means of the catalog, tho printed
index, and tho Library staff. Tbo cata
log Is dlvldcd,into two parte; cards for
authors and cards for subjects. For
ovory bpok there Is a card, one for
the nulhor, and usually ono for the
subject, arranged in alphabetical order,-
Tho library numbers on the cards are
in tho upper left hand corner and
servo as a guido to the shelves. The
first numbor gives tho classification,
(the second the book number. The
books aro divided into ono thousand
classes according to tho decimal sys
tem which Is more practicable than
letters. ,The aero chus begins at tho
rear of tho stack room at tho loft, tho
odd numbers on one side of the nlsle,
tho even numbors opposite.
Tho printed Index ot goneral litera
ture s Poole's Index, and rccordstho
contents of tho principal magazines
written in the English language. All
names are given bore under subject
headings and not authors' names.
There aro many supplements to the
Llbrarj index published both monthly
Students should not go to the Li
brary staff for' help until after tho
cards and Index aro carefully exam
ined. Dr. Jewett said in conclusion,
"Books should not. bo roughly handled,
nor thrown down noi touched with
dirty hands. The Library ltr-not a
social center and when studonts use
it as such thoy will be askod to with
draw. Use tho Library for all legiti
mate purposos and use .it often."
Miss Leah Meyer was in Lincoln
oyor Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mey-err-tDffOthor
with Miss Mabel Mould,
'07, and Miss Hazol Raber, 1910, were
Initiated into Alpha Phi on Saturday.
A Senior's Soliloquy. :
To wed or not to wed;
That Is tho question.
Whether 'tis better
To remain single - --
And disappoint a few women r
For a time;
And disappoint ono womau.
For lifo. Exchange.
R. E.'ERIAIN, '99 -
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Tho boys sat on the campus .Trench,
Whencoaill the girls hud fled';
The autumn skies were bright and
blue, ' -
Tho sun shone overhend.
The hours rolled on ; they would not go,
Though profs might rage and tear;
Tho girls looked on from fnr away,
In still, yet brave despair.
Bench work was onco their royal right;
But now, oh whero are they?
Ask of the library chairs, that groan
With co-eds night nnd day!
Mid-term exams will claim their toll
Of heroes from all parts;
Alast will bench-work perish thoro,
With thoso too faithful-hearts?
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 RichardsBlk.
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Call up the Star Delivery Co., Bag
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Miss Louise Peck of Omaha, Was a
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