The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 29, 1908, Page 4, Image 4
wrmmmmmmmmimmmm npm iWHW KPMM! Wii T Vv NS IP V THE DAILY NEBRASKAN . 5.- i fl ' Hf- I .j.. : H'B & In !M i'Zt DR. J. R.DAVIS DENTIST CHARGES REASONABLE Over Sank of Conmrct MW( &4ny Way You Look at it WE SAVE YOU MONEY Shirts 60 to lOo Cottars 2 t-2o Cuffs, Pair 60 Let Us Do Your Woik MERCHANTS LAUNDRY Business Directory Every Loyal University Student is urged to patronize thess No braskan advertisers, and to men tion the paper while doing so. RANKS Central National; First TruBt and Savings. BARBER SHOPS Croon's Shops. BAKERIES Folsom". BATH HOUSE Chris'. Elovonth and P. BOOK . STORES Co-Op; Porter's; . Unlvorslty. CIOARS Colo & McKonna; Wolfo & Co. GLEANERS Blumon thai; H. Smith; Weber. CLOTHING Bnkor Pants Co.; Mageo & Doomor; Mayor Bros.; Palace Clothing Co.; Spoler &31mon. COAL Gregory. V DANCING ACADEMYS PJtts, Lin coln. DENTISTS J. R. Davis; YoungbluL DRY GOODS Horpolsholmer; Miller & Paine. DRUGGISTS Riggs. ENGRAVERS Cornell. FLORISTS Chapln Bros.; C. H, ; Frey. FURNISHINGS Budd; Fulk; Magee ' & Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Palace Clothing Co.; Spier & Simon; Cerf. HATTERS Budd; Fulk; Unland. JJEJWELERS Hallett; Tucker. LUNCHEONETTES Folsom. LAUNDRIES Evans; Merchants. OPTICIANS Shean. " PRINTERS George Bros.; Simmons. RESTAURANTS Boston , Lunch; Cameron's. SHOES Beckman Bros.; Braith walte; Budd; Cincinnati Shoe Store; Sanderson. SKIRTS The Skirt Store. TAILORS Elliott Bros.; Herzog; Lud- wig; Marx; H. Smith. THEATERS Lyric; Majestic; Oliver; Elite, TYPEWRITERS Lincoln Typewriter Exchange. PATRONIZE YOUR FRIENDS- OUR ADVERTISERS IOWA REAL CONflDINT REQARD8 GAME WITH NEBRASKA A8 ALREADY WON. QUARTER BRUYGMAN HAS QUIT Leaves 8uddenly and Without Expla nation Corberry Will Take Per rine's Place If Later Is Hurt In Game. IOWA CITY, In., Oct. 28. "Iowa must and will win the Nebraska game," 1b the slogan at tho university tlioHo dayB, and tho gonoral Improve inent In tho cloven makes tho war cry Bound reasonable. The toam has been remodeled since tho Missouri slump, nnd tho honllng of bad knoos and broken bonos has put an ond to "benr stories" for tho current week, at least. Even Capt. "Chick" Kirk, Iowa'B grentost punter and drop kicker, 1b nonrly woll, and his knoo will lot him onter tho Nebraska gnmo his flrBt l,lny In two weoks, except easy prac tice tonight. Iowa suffered ono bad loss to-day, however, when Brugman quit (he squad without an explanation. He wns a valuable qunrtorback, an 1 hl going lenves only Stewart nnd Carborry for that poBt. If Pdrrlno's broken shoulder, now nonrly woll, is hurt again Carborry Will havo to tako Porrlno's ond Job, and tho result would bo to leave the olovon with only a single quarter, Stewart. Leaving out UiIb hard luck Ktory' tho toam Is Joyous, and lta followers look for a victory over Ne braskn but only after a redhot game. Two mn8s meetings for ono foot ball game Is the rocord set by the University of Iowa In preparing tho Htudont body for enthusiastic rooting and support of Its eleven Saturday afternoon in tho game agnlnst Ne braska. Arrangements havo been completed for a. great demonstration the Friday night before the game. President Goorgo E. MacLean, Regent Joo R. Lane of Davenport, mombors of tho toam, alumni and students will speak. This afternoon a great open nir masB meeting was hold on Iowa FIoM while tho team hold scrimmage prac tice against tho freBhmen olovon. Yoll masters wore chosen and tho rooters' club effectively organized. Tho scrimmage last night was sat isfactory to tho coaches. Hastings at center and Connor at right guard proved a winning combination on tho defense. Carborry will probably play loft end Saturday, as Poriine Is not in condition for the game. Captain Kirk was. kept out of the scrimmage lust night, Feo taking hlB plnco. Minnesota. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 27. Incessant rain for tho last week has turned Northrop' field Into a sea of mudfl and Coach WilliamB today, des pairing of accomplishing satisfactory results hy furthor work in mud and water, took the first and second teams to the state fair grounds, and practice was held in ono of the big covered live stock pavilions. Punting wns out of the question, but tho mon showed some speed playing' on dry ground. The pony back field executed some clover passes which netted long gains aglnst tho scrubs. The forward pass was Intercepted in several Instances and the men havo to learn much before this play can be relied upon for consistent gains. With tho Chicago game but four day distant the coaches are working the men to tho limit. Tho fact that the Wisconsin game comes but one week lator hais been forgotten for tho tlmo bolng, and Marshall field Is tho pres ent horizon. Tho men are not being taught many plays, but are being drilled to exe cute a few turns accurately. As a righting team It comparos favorably With -the best Williams over has pro duced. Tho mon aro capableof put ting up a dofenso whldh will make any team go tho limit to run up a score. Storlos which havo been coming to Minneapolis via Chicago aro amusing to the Minnesota backers, for the the lightest in years. Asido from Rosonwald, tho now tackle, there Is not a real heavy man on the team. The ontiro back field is composed of light men, and McGovern Is a ver itable mldgot. Pottijohn Is a light ond, and tho linemen havo been out weighed In both tho AmoB and Ne braska games. Tho team will be given a rousing sondoff Thursday night, and will bo followed by a band of nearly 2,000 rooters Friday. Tho codet band of sixty pieces also will make tho trip. Chicago. CHICAGO, Oct. 28. "Tom" Kelloy, right tackle on tho maroon football toam will not bo In Saturday's Chlca-go-MlnnoBota battlo. He quit the Midway toam yostorday In a huff as tho result of alleged slights and a mis understanding with Coach Stagg, an nouncing his decision to desert the maroons for good and all. Kolloy, who wan ono of the strong est players on Stagg's team, will have no chance to got back into the graccB of Coach Stagg following his self-imposed oxllo. Tho big tackle told of his wrongB freely nnd refused to come out for yesterday's Important- scrim nrngo, and Conch Stagg made it plain that he would not welcome tho player back on the squad nfter his Insubord ination. The tackle loft the practice field Monday afternoon, when Coach Stagg shifted him to guard to make roqm for Faulk at right tackle mediately balked, nnd Stagg informed him to return at once or quit the team. An apology followed, and the coach supposed matters had been fixed up until yostorday, when Kelley came out with his ultimatum and Bald ho would leavo tho university this week as well as tno team. Wisconsin. MADISON, Wis., Oct. 27. After a severe Bcoldlng the 'varsity today thowod better spirit in practice than hitherto this yonr and In loss than twenty-five minutes ran up six touch downs on the strong freshman team, which wbb unable to score. The couches pronounced -It the best prac tice of tho "season. Both Wllco and Osthoff wore given a chance to rest. "Butch" Boylo mado big gains In the new tackle back formation play. Moll did no drop kicking, but showed fine judgment In using clover trick plays. A long and perfectly oxecuted forward pass from Moll and Mossmor to Capt. Rogers netted great gains. Stlehm, center, mado a beautiful kick off the sixty-five yard line. Illinois. CHAMPAIGN, 111., Oct. 27. Tho 1111. nols line may boast another mammoth playor besides Capt. Van Hook If Twist, aubguard, maintains the gait Tio started In today's scrimmage. Twist, who 1b a cholco morsel of 230 pounds, played In such a manner as to mako him a strong contender for Burnell's position at loft guard unless tho Champaign boy backs up. Twist pleased the coaches by his gritty work in lino. Butzer is another player whoso work makes the line-up for Saturday against Indiana uncertain. Ho Is striving hard for either a lino position or Bremer's full back job. With Slnnock resting today, Illlnl slowed up, and tho coaches were dis satisfied. It may prove hard to ginger up the eleven for tho Hooslers. The ofllclnls for Saturday's game will bo Kelly, Princeton, referee; Wrenn, Har vard, umpire; Fleager, Northwestern, linesman. Michigan ANN. ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 27. Coach Yost dopes It out that Mich igan's chances in the Pennsylvania game depends upon whether Full Back Jimmy Watklns recovers from his In juries. That he is not optimistic Is manifested by u freely mado predic tion made nfter the O. S. U. game, that Pennsy ought to win by a score of about 30 to 0. He figures the east erners havo all the advantages which, combined with tho hard luck that Michigan has suffered since thoopon lng of college, should make them big favorites when the olevens lino up on Ferry flojd Nov. 14. Michigan scrubs tore the 'varsity team to bits In this 'af to rnobn's 'scrim mage. Assistant' Coach Teotzol has been 'drilling, reserved In ne?jr plajrs, go&oooooooooo$ooooo Be Exclusive In Your Dress Every day we are receiving New Creations in men's suits and overcoats direct from the World's Best Tailors. Remember, only one or two of a kind. ft I Farquhar 13250 6 oooooaosooosoosooaoeooooooooooeo0 &ald to be similar to those Vanderbllt has used throughout tho season. The regulars were disorganized whon on Kolloy lrirftiofoiiBo nnd could not gain consistent. ly when In possession of tho ball. Tho 'varsity mon still suffer from injuries ?uBtninod in Saturday's game against Ohio state university, and It Is prob able Vandcrollt will moot a weak eleven harvard. CAMBRIDGE MnsB., Oc.. 27. Tho work of tho Harvard 'varsity football players today was long, though not as, hard as usual for Tuesday. Tho first part of the practice waB secret, nnd wns held In tho stadium. After about an hour of this kind of work tho substitutes nnd tho second team wore taken out on to tho freshman field whore they'scrlmmagod together. Tho rogulars did not participate In the scrimmage. Tho line-up contained a number of substitutes, as Captain Burr, Fish, Hoar, Crowley and G. G. Browne, did not play. Captain Burr is bothered a great deal by his cold, which hangs on persistently. Fish has not returned to Cambridge from tho Annapolis trip. Hoar has a bruised hip, which will keep him from active work for a few dayB, although It Is by no means ser ious. An offsot in a measure to tho effect of the absence of so many rogulars was tho return of Smith, tho full back who was Injured a week ago in a manner which it was feared at the tlmo would prevent his playing again for tho rost of tho yoar. Ho got into the signal practice, and ran wlthoutjL sign of lameness. " Sprague, tho long distance punter, was again on the field In football clothes. CO-EDS NOT ALLOWED TO ROW. The University of Washington Women Can't Go In for Boating. The largest co-ed rowing squad in tho United States, and probably In tho world, was disbanded when, through Dean A. R. Priest orders wore deliv ered to the University of Washington women, announcing that hereafter only those sophomores who mado a crew last season would bo coached. The roason for this sudden and sweep ing manifesto was stated to bo that Coach Conlboar is needed in tho gym nasium. Tho sixty womon who were turning out for rowing were deeply incensed. "Wo can not see why we should bo deprived of this sport," said a promi nent co-ed. "It Is - pleasant, healthy oxorclse. Those who rowed last year were splendidly developed, and we all like it so much. Tho fact that tho womon could row hero all winter long has proved a strong drawing card for tho university. In most places tho weathor or tho winds ;mako it dan gerous. "Now, after having had a taste of tho fun, -wo are to bo put baok in -the stuffy, old gymnasium, all because, for sooth; our coach 'muafc be set to work apparatus in tho gymnasium. "A mass meeting of all tho womon In tho institution will probably bo called and a petition drawn up asking tho faculty to reconsider. "Wo womon can't understand why Rowing 'Coach Conlboar Bhould be called away from tho lako to handle a Job In tho gymnasium which any $2-a-day jack-of-all-trades can do." The board of control took no defin ite action as to Coach Coniboar's du ties in the gymnasium, but went on rocord as favoring tho continuance of women's rowing. Thursday Convocation. The.progrnm will constat of solos by members of tho university band. Trombone Bon Bolt, Knoass; Toreador Song, Bizet. Mr. Soarl Da vis. Clarinet Berreuse, Godard; Largo, Handel. Mr. Oliver Fick. Cornet Grand Fantasln, Hartmann. Mr. Arthur E. Wood. Texas will ask tho legislature for a large appropriation next yoar to build some now bulldlngB. CINCINNATI , Cut Price SHOE STORE AND Eliotrlo Shot Htpalr Faotory Saves Yov TIME -AND -MONEY 1220 O Street VAant-Ads AdvortiBomonts for tho want ad column should be left at tho business office, basement Administration Bldg,, between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or be tween 2 p. m. and 5 p. m. Cash must accompany all orders for want ads, at the rate of 10 cents per Insertion for every fifteen words or fraction thereof for the first inser tion; three insertions 25 cents; five Insertions 40 cents. L08T. Lost A paper pad of Sigma Phi Epsllon pins (heart shaped) in some Unl. fraternity house. Reward if sent to R. J. F. Roohra & Co., Detroit, Mich. 26-tf Trigonometry in Unl. Book Store and Lumont's EngliBh Composition on Campus. Return to Nobraskan office, 29-3t FOB SALE. For Sale Overcoat, nearly new. Cheap. Inquire 1643 Q. Auto 4458. 7t-30 For Salo Dross suit, out of the ordinary. H. R. Doughty, 634 So.' 17th. Auto. 4900. monding broken-down 28(l-3)tf . a. i k - i ' . .? " ? V .?! ' !