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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1906)
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, Professor Fossler Receives Unusual
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announcement In mourning from i:.:
t(-nu of the philosophical faculty of
tho University of Vienna concerning
the doatl! of theemlnont sclontlst, L'r.
Ludwlg Holtzmann, professor of
PhyslcB at that university. This is an
example of tho Interesting custom
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giving news of moment to tho cntl.r
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tby tho class of 1908, wan adopted:
' That tho class of 1910 hereby agree
to dispense with class scraps on the
I campus and use our Influence, as a
,class, to presorvo tho dignity of the
University In the future
No Forward Pass
Tho Senior meeting called yesterday
In U. 207 was adjourned without hav
ing transacted any class business. An
other meeting will be callod In a
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gained 10 yards around end on tho
next play. A fumble gave tho Corn
buskers tho ball, but a five yard pen
alty forcod thorn to punt again. Drake
kicked In return and Denslow made 15
yards for Nebraska by' an end run,
taking tlmo out for repairs. Drain
punted, and McDonald downed Taylor
In his tracks. Drake was penalized
15 yards on tho next play and punted
to tho 50 yard lirib. Lino bucks netted
10 yards for Nebraska and an ex
change of pun(s left tho ball In Drake's
possession on her own 30 yard line.
End of,hair, 0-0.
In the. second half Matters, In spite
of his crippled knee, wiuFsont In to
tackle. Harvoy was transferred to
guard and Cook replaced Drain at
Evans kicked off to-Mason, who re
turned to tho 25 yard lino before be
Btopped, and Little carried the ball 12
yards on a lino buck. On an exchange
of punts Nebraska got the ball in tho
contor of the field and Denslow made
15 yards around the right end! On
tho next play McDonald got away for
his brilliant 35 yard run and after two
unsuccessful efforts, Nebraska pushed
tho ball over tho line, Mason making
tho touchdown. Cook kicked out, but
Denslow sfumblod In catching, so no
kick was allowed, Scoro, 5-0.
-fclttle .kicked off to Taylor on Drake's1
10 yard line, but Taylor returned to
tho 40 yardjino before being stopped.
Punts wore exchanged frequently.
McDonald was Injured and Benedict
was sent In. Nebraska got the ball on
tho 35 yard lino and "Bennlo" tried n
drop-kick from tho sldo of the field,
missing by a close margin. Drake
kicked out to Mason and more punts
left the ball at tho center of tho field.
Rico was Bont out for slugging and
Nebraska penalized 20 yardB. -Nebraska
puntod and Drake made 10 yards
by a fako punt. Time was called with
tho ball near'tho center of the field.
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P. R. Vacosok; secretary-treasurer,
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