The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 17, 1907, Image 1

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Vol. VU. No. 9.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1907.
Price 5 Cents.
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TWENTY MEN TO GO
VAH8ITY 8QUAD OFF FOR MINNE
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' AfHard 8crlmmage Practise Held at
i8tate Farm Yesterday All the
Men Are In Good Condition.
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ho' University of Nebraska football
squad which will leave for Minneapo
lis1 at 6:00 p. m. over the Burlington
today, will be composed of twenty
men. Their names are: Weller, Mat
ters, Cooke, Minor, Burnett, Johnson,
Chaloupka, Harvey, Collins,
Beltzcr, Kroger, Frurri, Harte,
Beck'ley, BIrkner, Bentley, Mil
ler, Perrln, Patten, Ewlng.
V-Tho other members of the Ne
braska party will be Coach
Cole, Assistant Coach Peck.
Manager Eager, Trainer Jack
Best, and Dr. Oliver Everett.
A stiff scrimmage practise
was held at the State Farm yes
terday afternoon and this after
noon Coach Cole will run the
men thru a light signal practise.
All of. the Nebraska men are
In good condition and the Corn
huskers will .be able to put their,
best players Into the contest
Saturday. Weller, who was on the
"sick list the first of the week, Is firm
on his pegs again .and expects to de
liver all kinds of good In the kicking
line against tfie Gophers.
Th6 Minneapolis Journal speaks as
follows about the coming Gopher
Cornhusker contest:
"Minnesota starts to tune utf'for the
annual struggle with Nebraska this
afternoon. The Gophers have a very
good line on the Gornhuskers this
year and It may be said that the Ne
braska game Is the oruclal one for
Minnesota. The team Is developing
mid by the time Chicago comes will
bo In- condition to put up a Bplendld
battle. The "time Is short 'for the
Gornhuskers, and as usual, the
Gophers will have to hide a part of
the'ir nlay and still play fast enough
football to get the chaps irom the
prairie district.'
A well-versed football authority
watched Nebraska for The Journal
Saturday, and his deductions are to be
found in another column. It is the
first authentic lino on the Lincoln
team received this fall and It Is given
from 'jko, unbiased standpoint It
shows that .Nebraska has as good a
team as usual, in fact, better than
that of last year.
v "Nebraska has'been working for two
weeks longer than the Gophers, and
the men- are being pointed up for this
game, Minnesota is. not being pointed
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at B. & M. Depot at 6:00
TrAM IC AAIMA T MIMyCADAI
TEAM IS GOING
CHANGE8 RULES.
Rules II and III Altered by Inter-Fraternity
Council.
At a meeting, of the Inter-fratornlty
Council last night rules II and III, gov
erning pledging and Initiating, wore
altered so as to make them more ex
plicit. In rule II, which follows, the words ,
or be entertained" by thernwere or
dered stricken out:
Rule II. No new student shall be
entertained within, or without the
Chapter House by or in the interests
of any fraternity before the third Fri
day In October. No new student shall
be Invited to functions given by fra
ternities or be entertained by them
The 1907 Minnesota Football Squad.
except on Friday evenings' and Satur
days. Rule III was made to read:
No new student shall 'be entertained
In or without any Chapter House
later than 6 p. m. on Mondays, Tues
(Continued on Page 3.)
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COACH CLYDE WILLIAMS
Of Mlrinnsota, the Mdn Whom Nebraska Has to Fight.
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ATHLETIC NOTE8.
Doings in Basket-ball and Cross-country
Work.
Yostorday afternoon candidates for
the gymnastic team met for their first
practise, and will meet regulariy htfro
after from 4:00 to 6:00 at the Armory
on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Either Dr. Clapp or Mr. Bohlor will bo
with them during practise Nebraska
is a member of the Western Intercol
legiate Gymnastic Association, to
which practically all the "Big Nino"
belong. The annual meet of the asso
ciation has been held at Chicago the
last two-or throe times, but this year
will be held at Minnesota, Wisconsin
or Nebraska. Of last year's team,
Mitchell and Klesselbach are the only
men now attending this University,
so there 'Is a big chance for candi
dates. All men Interested In fancy
gymnastic work, whether expert or
not, are urged to be out.
(Continued, on page 4.)
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p. m. Today
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ELECT PRESIDENT
80PHOMORE8 CH08E JOHN ALEX
ANDER OF LINCOLN.
Juniors Will Hold Election This
Morning at 11:30 and Freshmen
Will Have Meeting Next Week. '
t Tho. Sophomoro class meeting yos
torday morning brought to a close tho
strong fight which hap boon in pro
gress for soveral weeks for tho posi
tion of president of tho class. Both
candidates made a strong light and
the result was uncertain until
tho very last. John M. Alexan
der of Lincoln wasjolectod presi
dent 'over Frank O. Whoolock
of Beatrice by a vote of 111
to 72.
Mr.- Alexander is an '00 grad
uate of tho Lincoln High School.
Ho was chairman of tho first
impromptu and acqultod himself
creditably. He is not a mem
ber of any fraternity, but Is a
member of tho Dramatic Club
and tho Hawkoyo Club.
Frank O. Whoolock is a mem
ber of the Dolta Tau Delta fra
ternity and graduatod from tho
Beatrice High School In '04. In
tho high school he was a member of
the Senior class play, He is an' En
gineering student. Last "semester ho
waB chairman of the hop committee.
Mr. Alexander was nominated by
Q. A. Mahdod and Mr. Whoolock by
Harry Ingles. The nominations of both
men wore received ylth great enthu
siasm, which was continued until tho
final results were known.
Fred Ho f man of Omaha has recent
ly announced his candidacy for class
treasurer.' Ho was prominent' in class
affairs last year and made many
friends. The remaining officers .of the
class are to be elected at a later date.
The elections In tho Junior class
will be held this morning at 11:30
o'clock. Robert I. Elliott,' Acacia, of
University Place Is tho only) candidate
for president. He has taken a promi
nent part in class affairs and it is ex
pected that his election will be almost
unanimous. As usual, arrangements
for the first Freshman, meeting will
be made at this time.
Four candidates are now striving
for the Frestynan election. They are
Morehouse from Fremont, Russell
from Lincoln, Hasoall from North
Platte, "and Weaverling'from Beatrice.'
The fight is so close that no predic
tion at this- time can be made as to
the probable outcome" of the contest
We serve milk In individual bot
ties to Insure cleanliness and you
got,"tlie cream 5o. The Boston Lunch.
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