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Vol. Vli. No. 17.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAYXDCTOBER J5, J907.
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M.FTTO ,!-.-'-. .,
MAKE FOUR POINT8 ON FIELD
GOAL IN SECOND HALF.
Nebraska not 8trong In the First Half,
Take's a Brace in 8econd and
Makes a Total of Thirty.
After holding the CornhUBkers to a
single touchdown in the first half, Grin
nell was finally overcome. In the sec
ond half when tne superior weight and
training of the Nebraska team proved
too much 'for the gritty Iowans, four
touchdowns being scored against them
in the final half. Grinnell put up a
gritty, stubborn game and threatened
to hold Nebraska to a low score In the
first part of the game. The visitors
1 - ' Ml -
Eckersall's Opinion of the. Minnesota
Writing in the Chicago Tribune Wal
ter Eckersall comments on the Minne
sota game of Saturday as follows
As a result of Saturdays football
gn Hies a more definite classification of
(ho teams both east and west can be
made. . The results of Borne of tho
contests were a big surprise. Tho
weak showing made by Minnesota
against Ames college and the defeat of
Purdue by Wabash were the principal
That the Gophers are much weaker
this year than for some years past,
clearly was demonstrated. Minnesota
could not score a touchdown against
the Ames Aggies and the only scores
of the game were made by drop kicks
by the Gophers' quarter back. Minne
sota Is Indeed fortunate In having tho
services of such a reliable player as
FRAT8 WILL RUSH.
Friday Evening Will See Opening
Tho fratornlty rushing season will
lo openod Friday evening, Octobor 18,
When the divers fraternities of tho
University will hold parties at tholr
houses to which members of tho Fresh
men class havo been Invited. Rush
ing before tho third Friday In Octo
ber is prohibited under the rules adopt
ed by tho Inter-fraternity council. Tho
time for beginning the rushing
Is covered In the rules by section two
which is as follows:
"No new student Bhall be ontortaln
od within or without tho Chapter
House or In tho Interests of any fra
ternity before the third Friday in Octo
ber. No new student Bhall bo invited
to functions given by fratornitlos or
be entertained by them except on Fri
day evenings and Saturdays."
Next Friday being tho third one In
FIFTEEN DEBATERS CH08EN BY
The Men Have Begun Work In Prep
aration for the loWa and Mlnne- .
sota Debates December 12,
The fifteen debaters who will com
pose the Nebraska debating squad
woro selected by the judges of tho de
bating board Professors M. M. Fogg,
F. C. Fronch and K. C. Conant -Saturday
evening after tho closo of the sec
ond preliminary debate, or the f If toon
men composing tho squad, two aro
from each Omaha and Beatrlco; ono
Ik from Lincoln. Four of1 tho men are
taking law, seven of them are seniors;
s. Q H a R H
Matters. B Harvey. I Weljer. I Chaloupka. Cooke.
Left Tackle. 1- Left Guard. Left Half. ' Right Tackle. Quarter.
had the honor of making the first score
against "the Cornhuskers this year.
Quarterback Brundaye kicked a dif
ficult goal from the field, scoring four
points fdr his team.
Nebraska's showing wqs somewhat
disappointing to the rooters, especially
during the first half, probably due to
its inability to use tne old-time tactlca
whfch prpyed bo successful against
. .The Grinnell team fought back the
Cornhuskers with an untiring courage
which' "won the rboter's .admiration.
The game: was marred wha frequent
fumbling and offside plays by the
Cornhuskers but those faults were off
set by other qualities which were de
cidedly favorable. Cooke, Minor, Wei
ler and Kroger distinguished ' them
selves in lugging the ball for long dis
tances. Welter's work in charging
thru the line or around the ends waa
afeature of the1 game, his punting h6
ing?alsorof high ordef. ' . , '
7 The star of the Grinnell team was
Flannigan who succeeded in .breaking
up several end tuns, and In getting
a,way. from the Nebraska ends for
sevgrai'.fcood gains. ' .
';' Mc'Carly, ihe other Grinnell encS also
; 'did-good work. Brundage, at quarter,
"Balr and Bieamaster at the.ihalves and
Turner at fullback did good work for
the visitors. The weak places in tho
Grinnell line-up were, the tackles, thru
which moat of the Nebraska gains in
the second half were made.
(Continued on Page 3.)
Capron proved himself ,to be. Twice
Ames had the ball within ten yards of
Minnesota's 'goal. Gains of ten, fif
teen and oven thirty yards through tho
Gopher line were frequent. All of
which goes to prove that Williams ha3
a mammouth task cut out for himself
to got the team in shape for tho Chica
go game on November 2.
SupL A. A. HeCd, inspector of ac
credited high schools visited and in
spected ihe following schools last
week October 8th to ll'th: Butte,
Spencer, Plalnvlow, 'Crelghton and
Wayne. Saturday, the 12th, he was
present at the meeting of the North
NobraskaTeachers' Association at Emerson.
We serye milk, in individual hoU
ties to insure cleanliness and you
gettho cream :5c. The Boston Lunch.
October, . will therefore witness tho
opening of the season.
Change In the Method of 8tudy Hat
A new study method has been adopt
ed this year in European history 1. A
special room, containing facilities for
.thirty students has been-set apart for
studying purposes.- All, necessary
books are placed there and the room
is in charge of two graduate assistants
who aro ready at all times to Aid stu
dents in their, work. v The' plan ia
working very feasibly, no time being
lost in searchlngfor books, while
ready assistance in their work proves
to.be very helpful to the students. Tho
members of the class have their regu
lar study hours, thus avoiding much
of the confusion of former years.
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Pershing Rifles Hop
FRATERNITY HALL '
Aim. $1.25. limited to 80 tickets. AINU'S Orchestra
two are Juniors and three aro sopho
mores. " '
Tho squad began work yesterday In
preparation for the debates December
1.1 with Iowa at Lincoln and Minnesota
The fifteen men who were chosen
for the squad are:
Frank C. Bullta, 1908, of Burckard,
who represented the Burchard high
school two years in tho debates of the
Southeastern Nebraska High School
Debating League; alternate on the Ne
braska team which debated with the
University of Illinois last April; .He
belongs la Ihe Phi Delta Theta fraterr
Stuart P. Dobbs, 1009, of Beatrlcb,
who was on tho Beatrice high school
debate beam for three years and wrfs
a member of the University debating
squad last year.
Robert !. Elliott, 1909', of University
Place, was valedictorian of1 his class
at the Wiiisl'do nigh school and was on
the school's debate team. He also at
tMted the Wayne Normal school
where ho took rst hdhdrs in .public
Gedfg P. Fenloii, 1908, is a gradu
ate of the David City high school. This
Iij hilrst year on the squad.
Martin L. Frerlchs, Law 1908; of Au
burn, won the first-year scholarship'
prize in tile College of Law and is su
preme court justice in the practice
court at the College of Law,
Louis A. Gregory, Law, 1900, of St.
Jdseph, Mo., won tho Stelner medal
(Continued on page 2.)
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