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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Cbe B)atl 1fi"ebra9ftan
Tnlfl PJIOPBRTY OF
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OCTOBER 1), 1008.
AN HONORED GUEST.
On noxt Monday aftornoon tho Uni
versity of Nebraska will, for tho sec
ond tlmo, do honor to a distinguished
Amorlcan citizen who, nt tho proBont
tlmo, Is promlnontly boforo tho pooplo
of tho United States as the leader of
( ono of tho grout political parties and
who may become tho next prosldont
of tho nation. When Mr. Taft was a
guost of tho unlvorslty tho wholo
school united to honor him. Whon
Mr. Bryan, on noxt Monday aftornoon,
also becomes a guest of tho univer
sity ho will llnd tho same kind of a
It 1b a rare prlvilego that tho stu
dents of tho university have In being
ablo to llston to tho great leaders of
both political partlos during tho pres
ent campaign. In post years tho dif
ferent parties have sought to win
votes by parndos and a vast amount
of nolso, but thlB year tho contest is
being fought by an appeal to reason.
Under theso circumstances It Ib nat
ural that tho unlvorslty should play
a more Important part In tho cam
paign than It has over played boforo.
Whon tho contest 1b changed from an
My $10.00 Cravenette Game. We never
regular priced $10.00 Cravenettes. It
when I can buy at a "price"
let me give you a $15.00 or
for $10.00 that I cret busv.
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appeal to the Bonsos to an appeal to
the reason, tho unlvorslty at once be
comes legitimate lighting ground.
In the university's honor to Mr.
Bryan there Is more than just tribute
to a great man. No man has over
been more constant or sincere In his
interest In the wolfaro of tho univer
sity than has Mr. Bryan. Ever since
Mr. Bryan entered public life ho has
always been ready to give whatever
tlmo was requested to tho unlvorslty.
Ho has presided at Intercollegiate do
bates and ho has many times ad
dressed tho students at convocation.
Whether all can agree with Mr.
Bryan's politics or not, all can unite
to honor a constant friend of the uni
versity. RECOGNITION FROM CHANCELLOR
Tjho coming of Miss Angy Manning
Taylor of Chicago to our unlvorslty
affords a great -privilege to univer
sity women. I have read with Inter
est tho way her scholarly work has
been recognized and welcomed In va
rious places, and am glad to Bee
bat the organizations of women In
.our university aro uniting to give tho
lady as cordial a welcome as she has
B. BENJ. ANDREWS. -
On Saturday morning if the weather
is good the girls of Grlnnell are asked
to take in a "Hare and Hound Chase."
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Gophers Insist On Conference Rules
and Aggies Lose the 8ervlces
of Jaensen, Hubbard and
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 7. Ed
Chestnut, Minnesota's star end, todny
wns declared Inellglbieby tho Gopher
faculty owing to his fnfruro to paBB
a rocont examination In engineering.
The loss of (his speedy little player
is n Bcver blow to Minesotn, and the
proHpectH of having a winning team
are now oven darker than before. He
was depended upon to make a great
record this fall. Considerable appre
hension Ib now felt as to the out
come of the AmcB gnmo on Saturday.
Last year Aiiigh held Minnesota to an
8 to 0 Hcore, and this year's team Is
reported to bo much stronger and
composed of votoranB.
Ames. Oct. 6. Amos has received
a shock in tho announcement that
Minnesota will insist on ploying the
gamo Saturday under tho Chicago con
ference rulos. ThlB is a blow to tho
hopes of mo AnieB men of winning
thiB game, as it moaiiB that Jaensen
and Hubbard, two of tho best quarter
backs In tho west, will not be allowed
to ploy. It Is probable that the quar
terback position will be filled by Knox,
who has been subbing at end. Ho was
sub. for Hubbard at quarter two years
sgo, and has had more practice ,ln
pluylng the positon than any other
man who Is nvailablo. The line will
bo greatly woakonedby tho disqualifi
cation of Brugger, who Iiob been a
tower of Btrength to the Aggies for
tho lnst two years.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct. 7. In the
second game of tho season with the
scrubs, the varsity was not able to
keep their goal cloan, and ob a result
the inellglblos registered a count on
tho votoranB. ThiB tnno it wob not
a touchdown, but a place .kick from
tho thirty-yard lino by Fronoy, the
Ida Grovo mnn who made tho score
for tho fast bunch of scrubs that Conch
Teotzol has developed.
During the two twenty-minute
halves, however, tho regulars were
ablo to pile up twonty-olght polntB, due
mostly to accurate forward passing
when spot cash will
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nnd the aggressive play of Douglas
and Davison. Embs and Casey
watched the gome from the Bide linos.
Both will be in uniform tomorrow
nnd will probably play In the M. A. C.
Madison, Wis.. Oct. 7.Although
Coach Barry Ib reticent, the 'varsity
lineup tonight is 'thought to bo the
one that will bo used in tho Lawrence
game on Saturday, as follows: Rlgm
end, Dean; right tackle, Osthoff; right
guard, Dreutzer; center, Arpin; left
guard, Messmer; loft tackle, Boyle;
left end, Rogers, captain; quarter
back, Moll; right half backs, Muckle
stone and Richards; full back, Wllce;
loft half backs, Bunker nnd Culver.
In a short scrimmage with .the
freshmen Messmer showed great form
In throwing the forward passes, which
tho 'varsity used to good advantage.
Anderson, a Hyde Park lad, starred
for tho freshmen.
It was announced tonight that either
Dr. Hutchons or McCarthy will go to
Chicago on Saturday to got a line on
Indiana and Chicago.
Urbana, III., Oct. 7. Tho stlffest
scrimmage of the week on Illinois field
today resulted In an even break "be
tween tho 'varsity an,d "Prop" White s
lively freshmen. McKowan scored tno
first crack out of the box by a long
run, after eluding Bevoral tacklors.
Tho 'varsity did not score until the
last minute of. practice Coming on
top of a long signal drill, the varsity
playors wore pretty well worn out, and
tho signal drill ordered at night was
Illinois field had been wet to soften
tho gridiron and nB a result tho field
wob muddy, and Vnn Hook's men
looked like miners after a few downs.
While the mini played hard, the
coaches fen that their work lacked
tho requisite snap.
Lyon Gardiner folowed tho plays In
civilian togs. Ho is stronger and
thinks 'that maybe he can put on his
football suit next week. Bremer,
RItchey nnd Hull all rested today, Kim
ball and Twist ploying center. Pur
nell wob given a long whirl at guard,
nnd It lookB ns If the Chnmpnlgn boy
may land the Job.
With only one more hard day's work
before the Marquette game, the Illlni
nre somewhat worried for they look
for n hard clash with tho Milwaukee
colleginns. An Injury to a regular
would be fntnl to the ornngo nnd blue
chances ngolnst Chicago.
Iowa City, la., Oct. 7. Iowa's hos
pital list Iiob been lengthened during
the week, nnd the Hawkeyes are play
ing poorer boll as a consequence. Tho
university Is Bhy the services of Sei
del, the giant guard, whoso knee Is
knocked out; Stewart, the veteran
quarter, similarly Injured; and Has
tings, who hns been- lame for a week
nnd out of the scrimmages. Prof. L.
M. Byers or the board In control of
athletics stated today that tho alumni
game may be abolished, as President
MacLeon is opposed to it. Coach Cat
lln's nose, partly .broken in tho re
cent alumni game, and Assistant
Coach Griffith's ear, severely gashed,
wero not necessarily factors in the
movement to abolish the battle.
Chicago, Oct. 7. Conch Sjtngg's
squad of seventeen 'varsity playerB
was reduced yesterday to a small
fighting band of twelve. Five of the
regulars were kept on tho side lines
while the others scrimmaged against
tho freshmen. Injuries to ribs, shins,
nnd ankles have developed a hospital
list that frightens Stagg.
Page and Schommor, tho two ends;
Hoffman, tncklo; Worthwino, guard,
nnd Iddings, half back, limped up and
down the field and complained of
soreness and hard knocks. Page has a
charley horse, Schommer a few
brubed ribs, Iddlngs'a similar ailment,
Hoffman a wrenched neck and Worth
wino is Blightly overtrained.
Stngg probably will keep them out
of tho stiff work todny nnd tomorrow,
but he will be able to uso them in
the gnme with Indlnna on Saturday
unless the injuries develop seriously
In the next few days. The team, how
ever, has been slowed up consider
ably in practice by their absenco from
Clarence Horshborger tho great
"Hershie," who was famoua ns a Ma
roon kicker In the late '90s took his
flrBt look at tho Midway squad yes
terday and shook his head. Ho said
ho thought tho material was poor and
that a Maroon championship team
meant a task for Stagg. Ho was much
impressed, nowover, by the Bkill with
which the team handled tho forward
Freohies Trouble 'Varsities.
With the five regulars absent from
the team the .varsity did not score so
well against tho freshmen yesterday
as they have been accustomed to do.
Only three touchdowns were made
against the "freshles" while tho first
year men, through the dropvkicklng
of Nichol, scored twice on the 'var
sity team. 1
Stagg pursued his old time tactics
of attempting to brace tho 'varsity
defense by playing tho ball in tho
hands of tho froshmon on tho twenty
yard line and giving the "freshles"
five downs In which to gain tho ton
yards. The first year offense was poor
The Home of
and tho defense little better.
Anderson, tho maroon centor, who
was disqualified for having played a
few mlnutoB In the Indiana gamo four
years ago, hob accepted a positon as
line coacn o. the Knox football team.
He Iiob been assisting Doseff In hand
ling the frcBhmen.
Owen Safford was unanimously
elected captain of the Minnesota foot
ball sqund for 1908 nt a meeting Sat
unlay evening after the Lawrence
game. The big center la one of tho
most aggressive men Minnesota ever
ployed and his handling of the initial
position gave him two yeni-B ngo, the
universal choice as All-Western center.
The new library at DePauw Is
nearlng completion. The interior
decorating is now being lone.
Purdue has revoked tho temporary
appointments in the regiment and
made new ones. The officers who
are not reappointed are reduced to
the rank of cadets.
Brown university has received a
gift of $8,000 which In to be used in
keeping up the Metcalf botanical
The contract for the new Mining
Engineering building of the Univer
sity of Kansas was let by the board
of regents to Eilenberger & Co., of
Chicago and Kansas City. The build
ing will cost $50,000. Work will be
gin on excavation as soon as the
ground Ib surveyed, which will bo In
about thirty days. The new building
Ib to be the first one west of the
"They are at a critical period of
their life," said Dr. Schurman of Cor
nell In his opening address when re
ferring to the new students. "Thoro
nre only two others like It, ono when
you come to choose your wife or
husbnnd nnd tho other the time when
you come to choose your vocation,
and none is more critical thnn the
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