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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1906)
Vol. VI. No. 49.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, i906.
Piicc 5 Cents.
WIN FINAL GAME
TONIGHT AT NINE
TEAM FROM CINCINNATI.
Nebraska Shows Best Form of the
Season Team Work Excellent
Many Spectacular Runs.
' i NebVasVa 41, Cincinnati 0. ,
The football Benson of 190G for Ne
braska " endeii Thanksgiving dny with
un easy victory ov'erjthe University
of Cincinnati. Hail the later not
proved so weak It might have been
called a brilliant game, but the
Ohloans proved so far below the stand
ard of first-class football that thoy
could hardly bo said to furnish a true
criterion of th strength of our team.
The Comhuskcrs, however, played
some splendid football, Cooke making
several spectacular runs, and the
back field doing some great line plung
ing. The team worft; especially that
between the HneVnd the uaclc field, on
offense was the best Ben thlsear and
the defensive game waif very strong,
Cincinnati being able to make no ap-1
preclable gains thru Nebraska's line.
The result of tho game was not in,
doubt for a moment, tho Comhuskcrs
scoring their first touchdown within
two minutes of play. A few minutes
after the ndxt Icick-off, Cooke got
around the Ohloans' right end and
made a pretty run of fifty yards for a
touchdown. Two Yrioro touchdowns
Loft end Riley, Carter
Left tackle Fisher
Loft guard Abrnms
'Right guard Scammon
Right tackle Mussey
Right end .' Mueller, DuBray
Quarterback ...,.... Ackerson, Finch
Left half Adams
SUBJECT OF PROFE880R CALD-
The Idea, Its Incoptlon, Growth and
Development Its Future
was the subject
BeXHeld This. Evening at-the
Llndell Hotel. ,x
Tonight at 9 o'clock sharp, Mit tho
Llndell Hotel, will be held the fourth
annual Cornhusker banquet. The cus
tom of giving a public banquet in
mi. i.nir nnnhmn'n wjiiinma honor of the football team was In-
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Fullback .-- Inett augurated at Nebraska In 1903. Tho
Referee Graham of Grlnnell, Iu.. 'first banquet proved such a succcbb
that the,, affair was made an annual
Umpire Maurice Benedict, Lincoln
Time of Halves 30 minutes
Touchdowns Xrnlg 4, Cooke 2, "Wol
Goals from Touclldowns Schmidt
3, Mason, 2, Johnson.
jone and has becomo a fixed Institution.
'ho banquet Is given under xtho
auspices of the Innocents, who deserve.
the credit for its establishment and
There Ik over' prospect that the
1 banquet this year wlll.be tho most suc
cessful ever given, A large attendance
Convocation yesterday, morning. xlly
this term, ho said, woNnust under
stand It. to mean the rolatlohsof two
Americas considered as a solldNnen.
Formerly it was an ideal of no Slu
nificnuco, but now there is an attempt
to expand and dovolop tho idea and
bring about a real Pan-Amerlcansm.
What ts future wll bo s yet to he do
Tho history of Pnn-Amercanism has
had a gradual growth. In an Indefinite
way the thought watKproSont in tho
minds of Adams, Franklin. Jefferson,
and othor mon of the Revolution, but
limited geographically. It maybe dl
vldodvJnto three periods pf growth
The flrstperiod, ending" about 1820
was a preparation of conditions to
promulgate PonAmorlcnnlsm. Mex
ico, Central and South American states,
wore practically free.XFrom 1820 to
1880 was tho second perlbiUof ovolu-
mujung me scorez-u. , sianusini. -tawiey anu ueuzer wonteu rootuau .team anu nis entnusiusm ror
Foivhe first fewrolnutes of, the,8ec the forward paesto pbrectlon, seldom IrJulverslty1 nthlcticsand eollege" spirit
ond halCfhcInnutl ImtNjip a-stiff de- frilling to gain from -15 tor 25 yards ou whlclvan nffiiirjlke this represents unci
fonso and tills. Acomblne(Lswith . the each nlav. - . - dbos so much to fostor.
Are Defeated by Mornlngsidc College la expected, a sumptuous bill of faro
in Close Game. ihas been provided, and last But not
In one of the best cames Played in ' leant, there will be an interestlne list
Sioux City for years, MornlngBlde Col- of toasts by speakers renowned bothftjon, embodying two foci, the first
lege defeated the University second ' for football prowess, past and present, ' hud to do with the Spanish-American
team on Thanksgiving day by a score and for eloquence. It is hoped that stateBexprossed In a sorlos of con
of I to 0. The Scrubs were greatly ' every student who possibly can will grosses which began In 1820. Equality
resulted from Nebraska's fierce line ! humnere'd bv InJurloB and substltu tuvuil himself of thta last chance this of states wasMhe basic principle Jiml
bucking "before the first half closed, I tlons, but played the Methodists to a . year to Bhow his appreclotlQn of tho thoy met (q consult about their ludo-
muklng the score 32-0. , - standstill. Huwley and Beltzer worked football .team and his enthusiasm for pendenco, how to prescrVo, dovelop
una protect It. Tho second fooUB was
fouii(l In the Unltedsatosoxpifossed
in the Monroe Doctrine, iioro 6iltored
the idea ofxlnetmality, for Uio policy,,
determined byus the greater powor,
was to prqte.ct SojiLh and Central
Amerlcnn stateB, They were looked
upon as of a weak, and lower grado
of civilization. Thus the doctrine of
no future colonization Arutt for our own
Intorests, . $& v"
From 1820xto 1880 was a period of
joti'ogresslon in community of inter
ests, in the real center of harmony,
love and appreciation of eacii other."
It was a sundering rather tjian a per
fecting of good feeling. Trade anc
commerce had grown slightly, If at all.
The reasons for this lack of develop
ment were found 1) In the Monroo ,
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Doctrine because of its superior 7lb
tutlng- done in it harsh manner; (2)
fonso and tills, -comblndcLwlth . the each play
cbmhuskers' sUnvess In llnlngAip and The, Cornhuskors were outweighed
Irabllliy to pr.eventme'n from sifting twenty pounds to the man, but wnat,
thru their ne, prevented them fromthoy lacked in weight they made up in
doing much In tho first part of this spofcd, A number of old Nebraska Unl
hulf: Cooke, however, soon managed versltynien attended the game and
to lnake one of his spectacular end wore loiuKhi their praise or the work
runfi dnjl scored the, fifth toucbdown of the Scrubs
for the' Col-nhuskers. Following this After the game, Coach Griffith de
.Nobrasku got into tho gameagaln with j elated that tho Scrubs were the best
her old time llro and soon scored an-1 team be had met nil season outside of
other touchdow;; on line bucks. In the ' Ames. "Wo defeated Creighton and
last few minutes of the game Clncin-1 Drake," he bald, "and expected an easy
natl almost scored, their left ond In
tercepting an attempted forward pass
by Nebraska. He find a clear field be
fore him and stnrtod like a flash for
Nebraska's goal line. Here Cpoke's
Bpeed again stood the Cornhuskors lu
good stead, tho fast little quarterback
catching the Cincinnati runner from
behind and bringing him dowiuon the
ton-yard lino. .Nebraska's line hold
like u stone Nvul'l and Ctnclrinatl was
unable to gain. On the next attempt
victory over you, but you surprised
Whlsinan, who made Morningslde's
score by a pretty kick from placement
from the thirty-five yard llpe, and
Doudy, the colored half back, were
Morningslde's particular stars. The
Center ,-...., Stiles
Left cuard Jones
Right tackle Price
dbQs so much to fostor
- The price" oT thobunquet is $1.50 u
plate and tickets, may be secured or
ahymember of thexjnnocents and a't
Manager Eager's ofilce.
The program has not yet been defi
nitely settled.-bntDean Pound -will act
as toustmastor and tpaBtsnvlll be given
by ex-Ctiptaln Ayestover, Coach Foster;
and In all probability Stuart and Dr.
Maxey will also speak. In addition to
these doubtless other speakers will bo
secured who will add to the pleasure
and Interest of the occasion.
. . , , i ' , , ! i , , i 1 Rjsht guard Brewster
they fumbled and Little picked up the I L(,t tacfcle ;. '.Erlcson
ball and ran rorty-nve yarns.
hero Nebraska vent straight down the I
Held on, line bucks, going over a mo
ment later for the1 seventh and last
touchdown. The line-up:
Left, end ..,.., .McDonald, Johnson
Left tackle ..,'...'. Matters
Left grtarcl f Schmidt
Center .,...,... ;V. Harvey
R,lght guard Taylor
Right' tackle .-. ,,.,.,.,.... .Rice
Right end ....', ' ....',. Mason
QuartevTjhcl .. .T. .r-. . , Cooke, Drain
Left Mt'x, . ?M. -f y Wqllot
RightWalf ..,;.&: .l:b, : v -LitUo
Fullback' i Craig
Right end : Brown
Left end .."". Hollinan
Quarterbaclt . . . .4 V. :....;. . .Elliott
Left half . ; . . .Whlsmnn
Right half ., .,... , Doudy
Fullbaclv Bass (Capt.)
Left guard ' i ..... . Frazler
Right tackle Johnson
Right guard ... j. McLaughlin (Chick)
Left tackle Shoppard
Right end .' .Beltzer
Left end ...,..'. I .. .i Bontly.
Quarterback ,. . . .p r; .'i; .Hawley (Capt.)
Left hair . . . .J ?. .?. .".-. vv I . ,RannIe
Right -half, .-. . ,".?.j .T.-, . . .", .. . .Gallop
Fullback ?...'. Carroll
Date of Intercollegiate Debates Fixed.
The date for the intercollegiate de
bates of the Central Debating Circuit
of America has boon made April 5,
1907. On tills date Nebraska will
meet Wisconsin at Llnroln-and Illinois
at Urbana. A full outline of the situa
tion, as well as an account of, the
formation and constitution of the now
"big league" will bo published In to
morrow's Nobraskun. .
Freshmen to Meet.
President Hcskett of the -class of
'1010 has announced a class meeting to
be hold In Memorial Hall on Thursday
morning at 11 o'clocH. Class colors
will bo decided upon at this time and
it Is hoped that a large attendance will
honor this criss n tho hstory of tho
Seniors to Meet.
Tho Seniors will meet this morning
at 11 o'olock In U. 208. Matters of
Importance are to be discussed and a
large attendance Is desired.- ,
In the character of adventurous repre
sentatives sent from tho United States. . ,
and in ministers who lacked education,
tact and knowledge of tho languages;' .
(3)' In thp liollcy of expansion, where' :,
the desire was for our awn- develop-.
mont. They expotced tho Hon and '
the lamb to Jle down, In peace, but.
evidently the lanib would have to llo
Inside of the Hon. . , ,
There were negative as well as posi
(1) There wore no reasons for trade- -
since each produced It's raw material. '' ".'
(2) ye were busy nt home, develop-' ' ;
Ing our west.
(3 Differences In Inilgdages and re-
(4) Geography, The eastern purt of ,
SoutU America Is the 'prolific portion' ta;
(donllnued on pngfe 2, 3rd Col.)
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