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Vol. VII. No. 7.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER J, J907.
Price 5 Cents.
MAKE GOOD START
CORNHUSKERS TROUNCE PERU
IN INITIAL GAME.
THIRTY-FIVE PREPARING FOR NE
BRASKA AT IOWA.
The i Nebraska Eleven Rolls up 53
points In Two Short Halves of
15 and 20 MinutesDuration.
Nebraska 5IJ, Porn 0.
Coiich Cole's pupils opened the yea
son Saturday with a walkaway victory
ovei-eru, scoring nine touchdowns
and a safety in thirty-five minutes ol
11h. The Peruvians were no match
foi the heavy Cornhuskers, failing to
make the required distance once.
Nebiaska was able to gain at ill
tin Gush the line and around the Peru
ends, never being held for downs, and
beinir only once forced to punt. Ne
braska's backfleld Vas largely respon
sible for the big score. Cooke and
eller pulling off long runs result
ing in th rue of the touchdowns, whllt
Duniett, Kroger and Weller added
uthc.s by plunging through the Peiu
line or circling their ends.
The work of the Cornhuskeis full..
a me up to the expectations ol the
The team did not always wen k to
gether as was desired by the coaches,
but considering (he short time en
gaged in scrimmage practice during
the last week, the showing made by
the team was a great satisfaction to
Nebraska's attack did not show vor
gieat varitey due to the short time it
had had in developing plays. Had the
ground been In better condition the
.-coie would no doubt have been even
Iaiger than it was.
Game started at :i:30. Captain
Swenson kicking off for Peru to llur
nett, who returned the ball to the 40
ard line. Hy line plunges and end
runs by Hurnett. Weller and Kroger
the ball was carried to the 5 yard line.
KiOfier went over tor first touch down
ol season on Nebraska Field Weller
Sweiiaon kicked oif to Minor who re
lumed the ball twenty yards Weller
punted nearly to Peru's goal. Minor
tiled for place kick but 'failed. Heltzer
gtttlng the ball and carrying it to 10
yard line. Burnett scored the second
touchdown. The kickout was bad and
Nebraska lost chance for try-ut-goal.
' Craig got the kick off. On second
play Ppru secured the ball on a funi--bit
by Nebraska. Hy straight football
the ball 'was carri'ed by tlu backs
down the Hold in a whirlwind fashion
twenty yards at a down. Burnett
scoiing the third touchdown through
On a fumble Peru secured the ball
Collins tried a forward pass which
landed In Weller's arms, the husky
captain dodging the Peru ends and
backs and racing nearly the length of
, the field for a touchdown.
Peru tried to gain around Nebras
ka's ends but without avail, being
forced to punt on every occausion.
. Cooke replaced Craig at end at this
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E. BENJAMIN ANDREWS.
Chancellor of the University of Nebraska
Chancellor Andrews returned from Europe Saturday, where he had
been on a leave of absence for three months. Tils morning, at Chapel,
he will tell of some of the places he visited while abroad. The subject of
his talk will be "Italy at Date."
Hospital Corps Added to the Depart
ment. A hospital corps has been organized
under the new regimental regulations.
McCall first lieutenant.
Tne non-coninilssloned olllcers have
not been appointed.
r Hawkeye School Has a Squad of Ex
I perlenced Men Including 3ev-
eral of Last Year's Teams.
! That the I'nlversity of Iowa expects
to have one of the most successful de
i bating years In the hlntury of thai In
rtltutlon Is shown b the optimistic
; lone of the article Ironi the Dally
lowau reprinted lu pari below. In
lew of the fact that Iowa meets Ne
i biaska in debate this ear the news
I regaidlug the debating situation at the
Hawkeye Institution Is published lu
these columns so that the local de
baters may keep posted on the woik
of their coming opponents. The ar
ticle I' no in' the lowau is in part as
Thirty-live men !iae tepoited to
I'lofeMsor Cordon and Conch Jlandall
foi woi k preliminary to the "week of
ti.-outs" October 1 fit li to l!lh, when
the six Inter-colleglate debaters will
be hi lecled to make up the teams
which will meet Illinois and Nebias
ka on Friday evening December ll'.ta.
The rules for theHc "liy-ouls" will be
1. During the week, Monday, Octo
ber llth to Saturday, October l!tli
in xt, there will b. a series of "try
outs" to select six men for the two
1 teams ot Intercollegiate debateiH.
2. lOach hpeaker will be allowed I
minutes and iuay"speak on either side
of the question.
I ::. The speaker who shall be mark-
ed first shall receive n prize of twenty-
, five-dollars; the one marked second,
! fifteen dollais, and the one marked
Inlrd ten dollars.
Tne proposition for the Inter-col-
The tialiilug table for the football ,,., ()V(M. ,, (.0,.)(.atioH doing an In-
leglate debate is
I Is understood that the men enrolled Training Table Installed at Windsor i "iU'nolved That the federal govern
lr the signal corps and artillery oil Saturday. L( , HM'm,i(1 (.XCerclse exclusive con-
last year who have not (hilled the ic
qulred time will constitute this de
tachment of the regiment This is the
111 st time that there has been a cadet
hospital corps at the I'lilversliy and
its work will be watched with consld
eiable interest. The work in the hos
pital corps Is of the first Importance
so far as practical utility is concerned
Land it is a fortunate thing that the
regimental regulations provide for its
establishment. The corps Is offcered
b Lloyd A. Jones, captain and F. VI.
men was Installed at the Windsor ho
tel Saturdaj evening, six '"N" men of
last War taking supper there Captain
WeHer. Craig, Cooke. Chaloupka. Har
vey and Matters are the only men eat
ing at tile table now. but more will be
alded to -the list this week.
ter-state business, constitutionally
This question will also be used lu
the "try -outs."
Ten of last year's Intercollegiate de
baters are in attendance at the Uni
versity, and If these men can be In
duced to try out, together with the
The Regents' Bookstore. Admlnistra- weaIth of ew materai whci, has al-
tlon Hall, basement will be open from
7 : :j( a. m., to G:0i p. m.. until Octo
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ready presented Itself, Iowa's pros
pects for winning teams against lllin
olps and Nebraska on the evening of
December 13th are exceedingly bright.
The names of last year's Intercolle
giate debaters who are now l school
V. K. Jones, Frank Meyers. Oscar
Mueller, F. O. Cunningham, V. Starz
nlger. H. O. Field, Walter Myers,
Hulph Ottesen D. L. O'Hearn and
Memorial Hall. - Tickets 50 Cetns
A. G. Schrelber, 1907, and W. G.
JenkliiH, 1907, are building roads for
the United States government In
southern Cuba. Sargent, a gradualo
of the University, has charge of the
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