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Students in field' geography 9 are
not required to meet every Saturday.
Persona carrying one hour may take
a preliminary excursion and the two
day's Plott trip. ThiB statement Is
given to correct an error which has
been made by a few students.
G. E. Condra.
A two-hour course on the History of
the FlrBt Christian Century will be
given in the European, history depart
ment by Miss Laura H. Wild at 4
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in room 210 of Library hall.
Course 7 in Publio Finance will not
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WABASH LOOKS GOOD
II HI I !
INDIANA SCHOOL HA8 THIRTEEN
1007 REGULARS ON HAND.
IOWA CONFIDENT OF VlCTOMES
Expects to Defeat Nebraska, Kansas I
and Illinois Ames at Work
for the Cornhu8ktors
Crawfordsville, Ind., Sept. 20. At
the close of the first week's practice,
the footbnll prospectB at Wabash col
lege appear encouraging to Conch
Ralph Jones and the Wabaah fanB.
Outside of the four "W" men who
were graduated last June, the team
of last year loses but one man, Pony
Sohl, of Hammond, the half back and
punter, who expects to enter Cornell
Thirteen of the eighteen regulars
in 1907 are in the fold and working
hard. They include: Brown, center;
Barr and Bowman, guards; Captain
Heas and ex-Captain Glpe, tacklea;
Burns, Dobbins and Patton, ends;
Jack Hargrave, quarter back; Garvor,
Steirs and Colbert, half backs, and
Starbuck, full back.
The squad this week numbers forty
men, and In this number are several
promising men who were stars on
their high school elevens last year.
The Wabash schedule this year fol
October 2. Franklin college.
October 17. Rose Polytechnic.
October 24. St. Louis university at
St. ITouIs, Mo.
October 31. Michigan "Aggies" at
November 7. Miami university at
November 13. Notre Dame uni
versity. November 20. Depauw university.
Thanksgiving Day University of
Nebraska at Lincoln, Neb.
Iowa'Clty- Iownr-gopt: "20. Between
fifteen tnd twenty members of the
Iowa football squad returned this
week ready for the official opening
of the season on Monday. With bet
ter prospects than Iowa has had since
the days of Dr. Knlpe and the famous
1900 team, Conches Catlin and Griffith
will soon begin to whip Into shape an
eleven to defeat Nebraska, Kansas
and Illinois this fall.
Iowa loses only four veterans, and
the coaches are fortunate In having
I 19Q8 CornhusKer
i Football vSchedule
September 26 Peru dt Lincoln
October 3 Doane at Iincolh
October JO Grinnell at Lincoln
October 17 Minnesota at Minneapolis
dctober 24 Haskell at Lincoln
October 31 Iowa at Iowa City
November 7 Ames at Lincoln
November 14 Kansas at Lincoln
November 21 Hastirigs at Lincoln
THANKSGIVING DAY-Wabash at Lincoln
star material from last year's fresh
man team to All tho vacancies. There
aro several candidates for each posi
tion, and some of last season's regu
lars will have difficulty In holding
their places on the varsity.
A dozen requests for playB have
come to Coaches Catlin and Griffith
this week from high school and small
college coaches. Every effort Is be
ing made by the Hawkeye football in
structors to supply the deniand. Iowa
will have 275 players this year; -and
many of them, will be Immediately
forwarded to the coaches at the
Ames, Iowa, Sept. 20. With the en
thusiastic meeting of the' football
players' a'rid athletip supppriera e,d
nesday .football -took a fresh iinp'etus
hore, and the team; has se,abp,utjln
earnest to get ready fdf the, Mlnhe-
sota" and Nebraska games. Tho ag
gios aro bent on winning from those
iwo teams, which dofoatod thorn by
such harrow margins laBi year.
Coaches Williams and Jones and
Traihor Jack Watson spoko to tho
men, givlrig gohoral instructions and
talking over tho Benson's prospects.
Emphasis was laid an the matter of
q'lean playing and prqmptnoBs in ap
pearing for practice.
Lack of beef is Williams' complaint
at the present time, and he predictB
the team thnt represents Ames this
season will not bo so heavy as last
LAWRENCE, KAS., September 20.
On account of the continued hot
weather hiBt week football practice at
the University of KanBttB Iub boon
confined to modorate work in run
ning down punts and klckoffd, with
short signal practice each evening.
If the heat moderates, Coach Kennedy
will put IjIb pupils through tho paces
and will begin both offensive and de
fensive tactics for the Normal game,
September 2.8. The practlco luBt weok
1ms been held on the golf links just
south of McCook and for a couple of
weeks yet McCook field will see little
little of the work of the team, as both
Coach Kennedy and Mannger Lans
don wish to save the covering of grass
as long as possible.
While there have not been fewer
than twenty-five men out at any prac
tice, the loss of six of tho old heads
of ldBt year'B team leaves Bevoral open
places in the line-up thatrwlll not bo
settled for some time. With this loss,
however, Kennedy still has ton "K"
men around whom to build his team.
Sam Forter, whoso wonderful boot
ing of the pigskin was the talk of the
Missouri Valley last season, and to
whom Kansas owes her victory at St.
Joseph last Thanksgiving, probably
will bo the most missed man, for there
is no one at present who glveB promise
of any approacch to his splendid form.
Captain Rouse and Job White, ends
laHt year, are gone, and It will be no
easy task for the man who fills the
place of "Red" Milton, the pluoky lit
tle center, who was always In the
game at every toot of tho whistle.
"Red" Burt had weight and head work
that will be missed for some time, and
as yet no one Is in sight who can put
the ball over from placement in such
style as Cohn, who never hesitated at
a chance from the forty-yard line.
A probable Uno-up for the first game
lo vib follows: "Swede" Carlson, cap
tain of the baseball team and guard
on the team last year, will begin at
center, with an alternative of putting
in Speer of the Tyros two years ago,
and shifting Carlson to Ills old placo
at guard. Reed, the big boy from Kan
sas City, will be In his old position
again this year and will be a tower of
strength on that side of tho line. Other
candidates for guard will bo Wood,
siib-guard last year, and Randall, a
big 190-pounder who was out for bas
ketball last year, with a possibility of
running in some oth'er of the heavy
weights of the team as a mate for
Captain Croweli, the husky lad ylio
Y8..olectod to the captaincy after the
dqathjOf Captain Apgriey last winter,
should ,bp ohe of the boat tacklea in
this Bectlon this year, and big "Bill"
Caldweli will be in at that position on
th.e.jfctherj e,nd .oMhe itee. PlefUnt
will be at end again this year, and is
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In perfect physical condition this sea
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other end will be Stanley Myers, ono
of the best ends that ever played In
the Missouri valley. Myers was out
of. the game last year with a bad knee,
but is as good ub ever now. Sioole, n
sub-quarter last year, will start tho
game at that position, with Tommy
Johnson of Lawrence basketball
fame pushing him hard to hold the
place. Rice and Porter at naif are
old heads at the gome, and nave saved
the day at critical times in the past.
Coach Kennedy has more men for
fullback than he knows what to do
with. Stephenson, always a tower of
strength in bucking tho lino, is back?
Dick Waring is out for that position
for the first time In two years, and
Mallam and Dahlene. both of whom
are good at booting the ball, will bo
material for either full or half.
With this tried squad for a nucleus,
and a lot of gr eerier men to pick from
to fill up tho numbers of tho squad,
Kansas feels that she has a good
chance to bear off her share of laurels
In the coming season.
Tho University of Wisconsin has
but five games scheduled for -this
season. One of these is with Minne
sota at, Minneapolis.
ChaTles Daly, Harvard's greatest
quarter back, will coach the Crimson
team this fall.
Princeton will start practice Thurs
day afternoon. Their training .table
wlilbe established September 80.
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