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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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WILL ISEJJESr TEAM
MICHIGAN EXIPECT8 HARD GAME
WITH OHIO 8TATE5
KIRK HAS WATER. ON THE KNEE
Hurt Again Monday and Dally "Bak
ings" NocoBsary to Get Him In
Shape for the Nebraska
Madlnon, Wis., Oct. 22. Coach
Barry mado sovoral Important changes
In tho Wisconsin 'varsity llno-up to
night. Ho placed Osthoff, tho 'varsity
strong man, at right ond In placo of
"Jimmy" Dean, who has boon sta
tioned thoro up to tho present. ObI
hoff hdH boon at right tackle. Tho
coach hiiH alBO shiftod ox-Captain
MoHHiiior from his old position at loft
guard to right tacklo.
From tho reports brought back from
Champaign by Dr. Hutchlns tho loft
sldo of Mnrquotto's lino 1b tho strong
or. Tho work of Foley, loft ond on
.iunoau's olovon, has boon such ns to
cause anxioty on tho part of tho 'var
sity coach, and it Ih thought that Oat
hoff will bo placed thoro to tnko care
of him. Takisch has boon put in Moss
mer's old plnco. Coach Barry gave
tho team two solid hours of Bignal
Sldnoy Andorson of Chicago was to
night oloctod captain of tho froshman
team. Ho plays at quarter back, and
is ono of tho fow real stars on tho
first year toam.
Qrlnnoll, la., Oct. 22. Grlnnell is
ablazo with enthusiasm. A great mass
mooting was hold tonight and fooling
runs high ovor tho prospects abalnst
Drake. Out at Ward field tho enthus
iasm was nt its highest pitch. Tho
'varsity, In tho final prnctico boforo
the Dralco gamo, ran all ovor tho
senilis amid tho cheers of hundrods of
rootors. Alumni coachos from nil ovor
the country scurried about busily as
sisting Coach Andrews in putting tho
finishing touches on tho toam. Tho
'varsity scored oaslly in fltfo minutos
of scrlmmngo, Bair going ovor. On
dofonso tho Varsity, did well, holding
tho sgrubB ropeatodly. Flanagan was
tho only man hurt.
Champaign, 111., Oct. 22. Fearing
that tho Illlnl playors nro Inclined to
discount Indiana, Illinois coachos to
day warned tho locals that tho Iioob
iors would bo no snap a week from
Saturday. Between a fear of ovor
confidence and of having tho eleven go
stale after having boon keyed up for
tho Chicngo gamo tho coaches are wor
ried. Verne Purnell will not bo Boon
in an Illinois uniform aftor this fall,
as ho has boon appolntod to West
.Point and will report at the military
academy noxt year. Purnell played
his first 'varsity game against Chicago
and did well.
Cambridge, Mass., Oct 22. Aftor an
afternoon of light practice, tho Har
vard football squad left tonight for
Annapolis, whore tho crimson and mid
shipmen will play Saturday. Thoro
will bo an opportunity tomorrow for
practice in Baltimore, whore tho Cam
bridge players will remain until they
go to Annapolis, Saturday.
Tho following mon woro in tho
squad: Captain Burr, Browno, Crow
ley, Corbett, Cutting, Duiuip, FlBh,
Forschelmer, Galath, Gray, Hadden,
Harding, Hoar, Houston, Jowott, Kon
nard, Losllo, Long, McKay, McGuire,
Nourso, Robinson, Smith, Ver Wlobo,
White and Wlthington.
v Tho team will ho back In Boston
Monday early enough to practice In tho
afternoon. Smith 'was today subjected
to a careful examination, and it was
found his Injured knee Is not badly
Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct. 22. On tho
ovo of tho Michigan team's departure
for Columbus 5,000 studonta aro con
fldent for tho first time that their
eleven is to romp away with tho en
emy. This confidence was strength
ened this aftornoon when it was
learned that Captain Adolf GT. Schulz
had passed that Irritating "con" exam,
and that tho all-Amorlcan center
would, be in the iourtn gamo of tho
Tho big Teuton with a "con" in ,the
hardest subject in his dopartmont has
boon burning fto oil whllo his team
mates went through threo contests.
Naturally ho Is eagor for tho fray and
If tho pipping attack ho made against
tho scrubs is n harbinger Of what is
to happen tho Ohloans will know that
thoy aro up against Walt Camp's selec
tion for tho pivot.
Eighteen mon, two less than Notro
Dame brought tip hero, will mnko tho
trip to tho Ohio capital tomorrow
morning. Tho squad will arrive in
Columbus to-morrow noon and will
spend the afternoon on tho unlvorslty
field, bolng given tho courtosy of n
Trainer Fltzpatrlck Bays that all of
tho mon are in excellent condition and
ready for tho best game that thoy havo
played this season. Yost, although
ho wouldn't ndmlt It, is in most Joyful
spirits and expects to show his old
pupil, Ilorronsteln, a few tricks that
the Ohio coach has not yet learned.
Chicago, Oct. 22. Coach Yost of
Michigan will Bond his strongest team
against Ohio stnto unlvorslty tomor
row. This will bo the first time this
season that tho Wolvorlnes had their
entire strength in a gamo, and tho
showing of the team in this battlo will
bo watched with interest.
Tho Buckeyes this year are coached
by Ilerrenstein, a former Michigan
half, and reports have It thoy are a
stronger aggregation and it will tnko
tho best Michigan hns to win. In
formor years tho Ohloans havo givon
Yoflt's tenm hard games, losing by
Bmnll scores. With tho Mlchigandbrs
not na strong as in tho past, Horron
stein's tenm will give them n stiff
With "Germany" Schulz in the game
for the first tlmo this year and Casey
back In his old position at tacklo,
Michigan will prcsont a formidaulo
lino. Yost also has been drilling the
squad in tho possibilities of tho for
ward pass all week, and this play will
bo nn importnnt factor In tho offonso.
Yost Resorts to Strategy.
YoBt has Anally come to tho con
clusion that his team cannot gain
ground consistently with old plays ns
was tho case with hlB great teamsvnud
ho must resort to strategy and open
plays to successfully cope with oppon
fcnts... Michigan used the old attack In
most all Its gamoB this year, with tho
result that it did not prove advantage
ous, tho clover kicking of Allerdlco be
ing n big factor In deciding tho con
tests. The WolvorlnoB always have boon
fortunate In having a good- man who
could, klok goals from tho field, tho
famous Wooks-Sweoney combination
being nearly as strong ns Clark and.
Horshborcor. tho Chicago pair. Aftor
Sweoloy graduated from college Tom
Hammond took his place and lifted
tho ball over tho posts for numerous
scores. Thon Graham came along and
did good work in this dopartmont.
This year Allerdlco has followed In bis
predecessors' paths and bids, to outdo
oven their best achievements
Iowa City, la., Oct. 22. Military ex
orcises wero given to tho Iowa football
squad by Coach Catlln last night in
tho form of "sottlng-up" stunts, nnd
the men wero thoroughly fatigued at
tho close of the West Point tactics.
Tho whole squad, ovon to the heaviest
linomon, wero stretched flat on the
gridiron while Coachos Catlln and
Griffith directed them in tho soldl.'r
calisthenics until tho husky pupils
were tired and much more llmbor than
whon they started.
Tho find of tho practice was Hag
gorty, a new candidate for right half.
Feo, who has been substituting for
Captain Kirk, has water on tho knee,
leaving tho 'varsity position vacant,
as'KlrJc was again hurt Monday, and
dally "bakings" of tho log will bo
necessary to got him in shape for tho
Limitations havo. been put upon tho
number of offices that may bo held
by one man In tho Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology. Every office
now has a definite number of points
ascribed to it, and 'when a man has
accumulated ten points ho is-not eli
gible for furthor honors. Tho class of
1910 offered many objections to the
I plan, but hr's finally accepted It The
aim of tho schemo is to distribute more
widely tho labor of undergraduate af
GATHER AT HASTINGS
LIBRARIANS OF 8TATE MET FOR
DR. FLING SPEAKS AT MEETING
Many Technical Papers Read and
Practical Demonstration Given of
Library Methods for Small
Tho moBt successful meeting which
the state library association has ovor
hold took place last woek at Hast
ings. Dr. Jowott, president of the as
sociation during the past year, was
present nt tho meetings together with
Miss Compton, tho assistant librarian
and Miss Craig? the reference librar
ian. The association was in session
on October 20 and 21.
Dr. Jowott declares that the meet
ings wero more largely attended than
nny others which the association has
over hold. The attendance was un
usunlly representative, as not only the
thickly populated eastern counties but
oven tho sparsely populated territory
In tho western part -of tho state had
rcproBantativeB. Probably tho moBt
distant librarian who undertook the
Journey was tho librarian of Chadron.
The number of librarians present to
Most of the time during tho meet
ings was tnkon up by the roading of
technical papers on matters of Interest
only to librarians. Miss Craig read a
paper on library legislation. Ond of
tho most interesting things attempted
at the meetings was a demonstration
of library methods for tho benefit of
the librarians from smaller cities.
Tho main address of tho meetings
was dollvered by Professor Fling of
the University of Nebraska on the sub
ject, "Our Place in History." Tho pa
per waB a very scholarly discussion
of .io subject and proved to bo very
interesting. Tho meeting at which
Dr. Fling spoke wns thrown open to
the public and tho people of the town
showed their appreciation of tho op
portunity of hearing him speak by
turning out in largo numbers.
Dr. Jowott has been president of tho
association during tho past year. MIbs
Charlotto Templeton, a graduate of the
university, wns elected to succeed him.
CO-ED8 WILL NOT 8TAND FOR IT.
Missouri Girls Don't Like To Be
Called Painters.. .
At the University of Missouri ono
dark night not long ago four froshman
girlB pnlnted "co-eds" on tho baseball
back stop. By morning the engineors
had repainted tho sign to "Eng. 12."
Saturday morning -at 9 o'clock four
more girls repainted the sign "Co-Eds.
12" In very corisplcloiiB letters. Pic
tures of these girls woro taken for tho
Savitar and Missourian.
Tho following bitter account of tho
incident nppenred recently in tho In
dependent: "In defense of the university girls
at large, who feel .keonly the reflec
tion cast on them by this act, wjq stato
that tho girls who figured inthls wero
freBhmon, which is partly explanatory
that such a thing could bo done at 'all.
Why havo any girls such a perverted
idea of glory that thoy wish .to seek
notoriety In this way? It is no Victory.
Tho sign would not stand; were it
not for the gallantry of the men. The
spirit was that of, fun but from a
serious side It holds tho university wo
men up to criticism of 'rdugh-nock-ism.'"
Yes! "this is tho first time
the girls havo so asserted them
selves." May i,t bo the last!
The Illinois students at tho Univer
sity of MIbsoutI havo organized an
"Illlnl" club. Tho object of tho club
Is to promoto tho Interosts of the Unl
vorslty of Missouri In Illinois, and to
promote the social relations of the
members, There nro ovor forty roil
dent a of Illinois nt present attondfng
0)0 University of Missouri, whlrh is
probubly tho largest delegation from
any other stato outside of M'.snotid
The rules of the combined lit-law
course at Mlchlgaa have beea
stiffened up. Lit sH4eAts wheee rec
ords are poor will be f .atal admit
tance to the; ceqrae and Uoe whose
work Is Mti 'of 'e ' ca4e- wH
be pcoepted ev eMtlen.
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Friday ovonlng. By Invitation. Tho
beginners' class on Wednesday even
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