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Vol. VI. N0i2o
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, i906.
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THE DOANE GAME
CRETE PLAYER8 OUTWEIGH THE
-Visitors Hope to 8core.- Probable Line
Up. 8chmldt at End.
Tho oDane team will ' arrive today
at 1:25 p. m. oyer tho Burlington.
They will go' direct to- tho gym. to
1 dress, play football at 3:30 and leave
for, home at 6 "o'clock." "Evidently they
inteiidoto stay fa Lincoln no longer
than is absolutely necesBaryi
i Whllo nothing definite can be
learned or tho Doane team it 1b prob
able that ihey will outweigh ua in
-jfoite of tho fact that thoy have but
foV of their old players back this
fail. The team, however, is highly
elated, over $he showing mado by
Ames in last Saturday's game, and
come' initio hope of -doing something
The" following will bo iho line-up in
this afternoon's game:
. Leftend . BatGS
Left Cackle .f.. .......'.. Smith
Left guard . ..Spencer
Center ....... Taylor
Right guard Bronspn
Hight tackle . .. Sloniger
Right end ........., Hooper
Quarter back .' i .Griffith
Left half '.......: .Day (capt)
Right halt .x v .Barber
Full back . ..Medlar
Left end - - Johnson
Loft tackle .V. , - Matters
Left guard- . . . Chaloupka
Right guard -. .'. ........ . . .Harvey
Right tackW; -. j Rlce
Right end ..7 I... Schmidt
Quarter back . . . . . . .TTCooko
Left half ...Woller
RlgW?W : .n (Little
Full back .7. ..........Mason
'Umpires: Stevens and Pinnero.
Head linesman: Mains of Crete.
As will bo noticed, our llno-up will
be almost the same that was presented
to Ames last Saturday. Schmidt goes
to right end and Wellor fills the vac-
ancv in the back-field. thib snoum
strengthen both the lino and the back
field, and we may look for some orn
Jlant gains from both' the ends and
- -gome strong plays from tho backs.
The game is scheduled to begin at
9:30 -p.m. V1
Two gamesof football that" will- in.
tereat Nebraskans wilL-bo played-to-'day,
between other colleges. Minne
q& will playAmes at Minneapolis
and a hard .game is expected by tho
Gophers. From tho outcome of this"
game Nebraska's chances can bo
judged to a great extent, and returns
-Will be eagerly, watched for.
Kansas plays Colorado at Lawrence,
and from the result of this garae we
should get a line on tho strength of
Kansas. Up to date, Kansas had had
no foe worthy of her mettle and very
little can be learned of her merits.
'The library board .met yesterday
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REPORT FROM DANCE.
Pershing Rifles Add Substantial- 8um
to Equipment Fund.
A report from tho hop committee
of tho Pershing Rifles at thpfr meet
ing on Thursday evening shows a bal
anco remaining, after paying all the
expenses of the dance, of $48.65. The
report which was given In detail shows
eighty-four paid admissions with a
total of $105.00 taken in at tho door.
Expenses aggregated $56.45, and the
balance is indicated abovo.
ThlB balance is to be used by the
Rifles for tho purchase of new equip
ment which is expected to bo in tho
nature of khaki uniforms and leggins.
If this desire of the company is at
tained it will mean a marked advance
over tho companies of previous years
and will give tho Rifles a vigorous
boost up the pathway of their en
deavor. Ono of tho chief reasons for tho
meeting of Thursday was tho appoint
ment of a committee to draft a con
stitution for tho company that will
provide a means of dishonorably dis
charging members who shall be absent
a certain number of consecutive timesr
F.A. Anderson, R. E. Guthrie "and By
ron E. Yoder wore selected.
The first tegular medal drill-down of
tho year was held in the Armory on
Thursday evening. R E. Guthrie was
tho winner. To win the medal per
manently it must be won successively
three tlmeB in these drill-downs, a feat
that has been accomplished but once
In the history; of the Rifles.
Tho company is rounding to in ex
cellent shapp, but Ib seriously in need
of more members. At least twenty
more applications aro wanted at onco
and all men who have had a somes
tor's drill aro eligible. For informa
tion in regard to the purpose of tho
company and what it hopes to do this
year all applicants sbould go to one
of HFe officers. They are as follows:
Captain, F. A. Andorson; first lieuten
ant, C. D. Slaughter; second lieuten
ant, D. C. Wilson.
Nebraska vs. Doane at Lincoln.
Kansas vs. Colorado at Lawrence.
Chicago vs. Indiana at Chicago.
Minnesbta vs". Ames at Minneapolis.
Wisconsin vs. North Dakota at Mad
ison. Faculty Ladles 8erve Tea. ,
The' faculty ladles served tea and
light refreshments In MemorIalHall
yesterday afternoon. The, attendance
Mlss Mlldren . F. .Clark, '04, and
scholar in German, '06, is teaching in
the Townsond, Montana, High School
'this year. .
TO ALL UNIVERSITY MEN ,
SATURDAY, (5:00 O'CLOCK
P.M., ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
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POSITIVELY NO SUBSCRIPTIONS. ADMISSION 15c
DEAN RINGER TO 8PEAK. -
WellKnown Graduate to Address Unl
' verslty Men.
J. Dean Ringer, Law '06, ono of tho
best known and most thoroly all-round
men Nebraska has ever graduated, will
address all University men on "Col
logo Patriotism" In Memorial Hall Sun
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. No man
could be better fitted than Mr. Rlngor
to talk on this topic. Mr. Rlngor has
represented Nebraska in almost ovory
lino of student endeavor, having played
on tho football team, debated on tho
'Varsity squad, led the Y. M. C. A.
In various official capacities, and been
a good fellow always.
Every man in the University should
woloomo the chance to give Mr. Ringer
tho cordial wolcomo he deserves.
CAPTAIN DAY OF DOANE.
"BOB" TAYLOR ELIGIBLE.
Big GuardWIII Play Rest of the 8ea
"Bob" Taylor, tho big guard, has
finally been declared eliglblo-to-play
on the 'arslty for tho remainder of
tho season. Taylor's work has been
arranged to tho complete satisfaction
of the authorities and he will re-enter
the game with a clean credit card.
It Is not likely Taylor's presence
In the game tomorrow will be neces
sary, but in the big gameswith Kan
sas, Minnesota and. Chicago, his work
will be of Immeasurable assistance to
tho 'Varsity. Taylor weighs 205
pounds-nnd Is ono of the hardest lino
hitters Nebraska' eyer had,. Athletic
circled are Jubilant overthe news of
WANT NEW 8Y8TEM.
Freshmen Declared .ineligible to Corf-X.
test for Inter-Class Champ- , '
The representatives to tho Inter
Class Athletic Board from tho upper
classes " aro sorlously considering
whether ' or not the Freshmen aro
justly entitled td take part in tho
championship Bories now jibout to com
mence. Precedent hero favors tho Freshmen
but tho upper-classmen declare that
tho argumont Is Btrong against them.
Not only is thd custom iii othor col
legos of any size against the partici
pation of tho first year team but tho
situation! seoma to demand' it.1
tho tfnter-CIags,: Board utmiy men. who
havpr 'mado'-'tho "first team arc de
barred from lnter-classliconttisfc. ' Ob
vloualy.thls glvos the Freshmen the
liborty-of solecting" their team. from,
among tho ranks b tho Scrubs, mo'8.t
of -whom aro naturally first year stu
dents; A team Ir assured that' has
had almoBt to a, man tho training of
tho first team coaches. This id a
situation that none of tho other teams
.can avail themselves oftavo to a very
limited extent, and. It is clrflmed that
tho FrOBhmeh have therefore an'unduo
' Last year's inter-class constitution
has been loBt, and anow one is' to- bo
drawn upat i meeting :of tho" Board
which has been calledjjy A. KleBsei
bach, tho.Sonlor athletic chairman, for
Tuesday evening, Octob'er. W,,at 8p.
m., in U. 11,1. Representatives to this
board are appointed 'by the presidents
of tho" various classes and three, to a
class aro allowed.
No contest is expected to ,arlso this
yoaFovor the participation of tho Law
students In tho inter-class gameB. Tho
precedent of last year is expected to
settle this matter without further con
troversy. However, this is a matter
that the Board will . decide onco for
all when it draws up the., new, consti
tution. NDatos for tho inter-class games will
not bo sottlod until after the action
of thp inter-class Board, but it Is hoped
and expected that a rapid schedule,
may bo arranged. Theuse of funds
taken 'In as gate receipts.' VlH be.'do--
cided by the 'constitution. Heretofore
sweaters haye boon; purchased for tho
winning team. " ' ;
FIR8T BAND INFORMAL.,
'Over One Hundred Couples Present.
v ' Pleasant Evening Spent.
The first band informal of the year,
held In Memorial Hall last night, was'
a success in every respect. The at
tendance was surprisingly large, the
orchestra good and the floor in ex
.That these informals aro rapidly
becoming .the most popular of Univer
sity functions there can be no doubt,
for at no other dances do the students
seem to have as much real, pleasure.
They are in every sense informal.
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