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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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CENTRAL NATIONAL BAJK
TWELFTH AND 0 STS.
P. I. HALL, President.
V. B. JOHNSON, Vice, Pre.
DKEHAN O, POX, Caaltler.
W. W. HACKNEY Jr.f Afcat. Oar.
1 SEE HEREFORD
Tho hall went wide and fell over tho
Nebraska goal line. Cooke started after
it but bofore ho could fall on It, Milton,
tho Kansas center had pushed him
away and fallen on the ball, scoring
tho Jayhawkcffs only touchdown. Ste
phenson klcgP goal. This touchdown
enmo after twenty-five minutes of play.
No moro scoring was done. When tho
gamo was called tho ball was on the
Kansas Up yard lino in possession of
Nebraska." Score-Nebraska, 1G; Kan
E i Johnson
Milton , C Collins
Wood Ttr-L Harto
Crowell RT Chnloupkn
White R. B Harvey
Touchdwhs Harvey, Mincf, Mil
ton. Goals from touchdown Wollor,
2; Stovenaon. Place kick Weller.
Officials for tho game:
Hoaglnnd (Chicago) Referee.
Outland (Topeka) Field Judge.
Cornell (Lincoln)1? Head linesman.
Time of halvos BO minutes.
The Senior Play committee will
meet in N. 10G at 5 o'clock Wednes
Notes of the Game.
Kansos was forced to use sevoral
, Time was taken out by Nebrn.Bka
only once during the game.
The Kansas spectators thought the
Cornhuskers'ad n great team.
Under the' old football rules the
ecori would have been 40 or 50 to 0.
It Is a bad 'thing for the Jay hawkers
that the elcglblllty committee did not
Nebnuka used the forward paps
eight tlinos, six trials resulting Jin
Director Delaney of the Kansas City
Athletic Club witnessed tho game and
be his money on Nebraska.
The Kansas forward pass was a
failure. The Jayhawkers lost ground
every tlmo thoy tried to use It.
Angeny, the regular quarter of the
Kansas eloven played tho last ton
minutes, but failed to make a -good
Coach Pery of Kansas said Nebras
ka had a wonderful toam and declared
tho lino was tho strongest he had seen
this season. t
Nebraska nnd Kansas have met on
the, gridiron fourteen times since 1890.
Nebraska has won eight of the games
and Kansus six of them.
Nebraska scored 12 points in the
first half and four polntB In tho sec
ond half. Tho Jayhawkers made their
six points in tho second half.
"Tub" Rood, tho baby elephant who
held down tho left guard position for
Kansas was played off his feet In tho
first half by Frum and In the second
Howe, a St. 'Louis coach witnessed
the game. He was getting a line on
the play of both tho elevens. St. ouls
nlnys Kansas Saturday and Nebraska
Monllaw, tho coach of tho Univer
sity of Missouri oleven watched tho
gamo and gathered points-tin the Kan
sas stylo. His team plays tho Jay
hawkers Thanksgiving at St. Joseph.
Kansas City football fans want tho
Nebraska-Kansas gamo to bo played in
their city next year. Tho Kaw town lq,
a hummer and would turn out a big
crowd to seo tho Cornhuskers and Jay
Coach Colo was well pleased with
tho victory. 'He said tho Kansans
were outclassed and that tho score
of 16 to 6 did not Indicate tho relative
strength of tho elevens. Ho believed
a score of 30 to 0 would bo more rep
resentative of their strength.
Tho game demonstrated tho super-
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