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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1907)
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Vol. VII. No, 44.
IS MAKING A HIT
"KING" COLE'3 WORK WITH TEAM
LOOKS LIKE SUCCESS.
Practice Shows That Coach Is Putting
Nebraska Where She 'Has not
Been Since Days of Booth.
Football practice has been in pro
gress at Nebraska University for near
ly four weeks now and judging from
the games played so far this season
Nobraska is going to bavo a winning
team. This is too limited a tcHt to just
ify a reliable prediction as to the suc
cess the Cornhuskers should achieve
during the remainder of the scasou,
but ono thing is certain that Nebraska
is in possession of a storllng coach.
"King" Cole has convinced his pupils
and the supporters of the toam that
ho is a most, able man nd knows his
profession. Not since, the days when
Booth first came to Nebraska and
made it possible for tho Cornhuskers
to win recognition in western college
.athletics has Cole's work boen dupli
cated on Nebraska Field.
The former Michigan player is di
recting tho daily practice in suoh a
manner as to convince every onlooker
that he locks nothing in zeal or ability.
His daily workouts with tho squad
have demonstrated that ho is is fully
capable, both in developing team as
well as individual pluy.
Cole's methods in handling his men
arc of tho best, and tho measure of
success tho team Is to achieve this fall
depends largely upon tho quality of
material at hand and the effort and
earnest work put forth by the players.
Secret practice was commenced Mon
day night Tho team Is being drilled
In various trick plays and forward
passes to bo used in tho larger games.
So far this season nothing but straight
football has been tried, but it is ru
mored thnt some of tho trick plays
will bo used against Grlnnell Satur
Coach "King" Colo has been making
a fow changes in tho back field. Bur
nett has been shifted to left end and
Jnrry Minor Is playing right half,
while "Pip" Cooko is playing In hlo
eld position at quarter.
Bill Johnson, who was tho 'Star end
or. tho 'Varsity last year, was out
watching practise Monday night.
Air students occupying gymnasium
lockers aro requested to call at the as
sistant's ofllco G. 28G, Immediately, and
sign for same. Lockors occupied and
not signed for will have locks cut olf
and clothing removed Friday a. m.
r. o. clapp:
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER
COLE at FOOTBALL RALLY TODAY
Men Chosen for Positions on Different
Tho mooting of candidates for tho
cross country toam, Tuesday, was well
attended, over twenty-flvo mon being
present to talk over tho situation and
nrrango an hour for practice. Best res
the men present at the meeting, there
aro several moro candidates who will
report for practice within a few days
and swell the total number of track
mon to forty.
From four to five Tuesday afternoon
tho registration of candidates for tho
University 'basket-ball team was hold.
Enough players to make six full teams
wore out, each on his mettle. Thru
Dr. Clapp's new system detailed 'in
Saturday's Nobraskan the best play
ers will bo advanced as rapidly as
tluir merit allows, so that 'the first
toam will always contain the boat and
fastest players in the Univorslty.
The positions of the men as assign
ed Tuesday ixio as follows: First team
r. f., Hagensick; 1. f., Walsh; C. An
thes; r. g., Paul Bell; 1. g., Dwight
Bell. Second team 1. g., II. G.
Schmidt; r. g., Polleys; fo,Blenkiron;
1. f. A. C. Schmidt. ThirdWcani t. f.
Jones; 1. f. Flower; c, ParrWt; r. g.,
Pony; 1. g. Yates. Fourth toam 1 g.
Ciites; r. g. Dunlap; c, Unland; 1. f.
Coulter; r. f., Plasters. Fifth team
r. f., Wood; 1. f., Nicholson; c, Car
oy; r. g., Waters; 1. g., Norborg.
Sixth team 1 g., Ankeng; r. g Arm
strong; c, Long; 1. f., DoWald: r. f.,
The regular gymnasium classes have
all startod work now. The fine new
steel lockors. wore finished in time to
allow classes to 'begin Work Monday.
The Latin Club held a niociing at
Hay's Hall .Tuosday evening and elect
ed the following officers: Mary "Sure
horn, president; Lois Fosslor, vice
president; Daisy Simmons, secretary
treasurer; Otto Ketone, Jobbo Thomp
son, exocutlvo commute.
Baked beans, baked on the prem
ises and served hot with delicious
brown breYul, 10c, at The Boston
FO O T JB AJLJL
GRINNELL vs. NEBRASKA
SATURDAY, OCTOBER TWELVE
3:30 p. m. ::
MANY NEW MEMBERS.
The Engineering Society Starts Out
Tho Engineering Society held its
first meeting for the present school
jenr last evening in M. 211. Thero
was a largo turnout, over fifty belug
present. C. G. Hrubesky, last year's
secretary, noted as temporary chair
man. The following officers were elected
for tho ensuing yenr:
President, John C. Page, C. 13., '08;
vice-president, Robert Guihorio, M. E.
'08; recording secretary, W. S. Houho
worth, .E. E. '0!; corresponding sec
retary, E. F. Guldingcr, '0l; treasurer,
E. Louis Turner, E. E. '08.
The new president appointed a com
mittee to arrange a smoker an fol
lows: J. B. Johnson, IC. E. White, L.
Names of a large number of appli
cants for membership in the Society
were presented and Will be voted on
at the noxt meeting. They Include:
Electrical T. F. Mueller, C. Do
Wald, C. E. Casebeer, R. A. Gantt, C.
A. Thompson, JIagey Ilea, R. N. Allon,
11. L. White, Arbor Bnith, II. Schoibol,
E. L. Harrison, J. D. Nothcry, A. E.
Ingersoll, A. P. Stewart, A. D. Smith,
E. B. Bozarth.
Civil B. M. Howard, II. L. Fisko,
W. II! Dobbon, E. D. Drake, C. A. el
mers, G. A. Crook, F. N. Wlldlsh, L.
Mechanical B. K. Eaton
FOR NEW MEMBER8.
Y. W. C. A. Recognition Service Next
The V. W. C. A will hold a Recogni
tion' Service Snuday afternoon at four
o'clock in U. 10C for about fifty new
members of the association. All old
members are especially rcqucstod to
bo at this service to meet those newly
onrolled. Tho program, which will be
particularly onjoyable, Is as follows.
Presbyterian Quartette, selections
Miss Dean, soprano; Mrs. Enslow, con
tralto; Mr. Parka, bass; Mr. Enyart,
Solo Mrs Enslow.
Solo Miss Doan.
Admission, 50c and 75c 2
00 - O5KOCW(OO0000Og
Pi ice 5 Cents.
THE REGENTS MEET
TRANSACT BU3INE88 AT A SPE
Regulation of Sororities Was Passed
Over No More Phone Feeding
At the University Crib.
Tile University Board or Regents
met in spoclal session yesterday morn
ing. The subject of regulating sororl
ty rushing was not touched upon by
the board. The following business
The sale of a quarter boctioa of
land la Rod Willow county, which was
donated to the University recently,
was authorized at $3,100.
Professors Burnett and Keyset- or
the State Farm were granted a leave
of absence to represent th.o University
at tho convention of tho American As
socintion of Farmers at Washington,
D. C, and Iholr expenses for the trip
Tho holding of Joint sessions of tho
summer school with the denomination
al schools of tho state was ordored dlu
continued. This order citmo as a re
sult of a complaint which stated that
tho work of tho summor school as con
ducted this year was the same as that
of the State Normal schools and thnt
it was causing a sharp competition to
grow up betweon the Univorslty and
It was decidod that the custom of al
lowing certain people connected with
tho University to draw upon tho state
purse for paymont of rontal on their
prlvato telephones would be abolished.
The Stato Farm profossors wore au
thorized to sond a bunch of cattle to
tho live stock show at Kansas City.
It Is oxpectod that the prizos won
there will pay the oxponso of sondlng
. The construction of a central jKiwer
plant on tho campus was ordered. This
plant will supply oleotrlc power to the
State Farm and tho University.
The purchase of forty full blooded
stud colts and a bunch of steors was
Politics aro growing warm in the
Freshman class. In addition to Weav
erllng and Russell, who wore an
nounced as candidates for tho presi
dency of the class hijt week, there is
now a third candidate Mr. V. C. HaB
sail of North Platte. Mr. Hassall
claims to stand for a "square deal."
Thero Is a rumor that two more men
will soon enter the race.
. Fred B. Humphrey sells Real Estate
and Insurance. W) No. Eleventh St
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