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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Cbe ifrajlE flebragftan
TaaB PttOPBnTY OF
UNIVERSITY. OF NEBRASKA.
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BY THB STUDENT PUB.BOARDX
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FRIDAY, OCTOnER 30, 1908
THE IOWA GAME.
NobrnBka moots Iowa tomorrow at
Iowa City In what undoubtedly will bo
ono of tho hardost games on tho Corn
huskor schedule Iowa has Nebraska
on Its homo grounds and will play In
ovory way that It Is possible to win.
Nebraska studonts should not bo sur
prised if tholr team Is taken into enmp
by tho Hawkoyos.
Sinco the Missouri contest, Iowa has
boon pointing to this game. It has in
condition to enter tho contest tho best
playors In tho Iowa stato univorslty.
Kirk, tho wondorful drop klckor, will
bo lined up against Nobraska, and tho
Iowa rooters oxpect that his playing
will result in tho downfall of "King"
Colo's mighty pupilB.
Tho Cornhuskers wont to Iowa laBt
night propared to fight to tho last
ditch. They roallzed that tho gamo
will be fully as stiff a proposition as
tho Ames game at Omaha a week from
tomorrow. Every man who made tho
trip Is in fit condition for tho grueling
gamo which 1b bound to be played
with Iowa fighting to regain tho su
premacy lost to Missouri recently.
In tho loss of Quatorback Cooko No
braska will bo seriously handicapped,
but will bo ablo to put up probably as
warm a gamo as Iowa can handle
Bontloy is a good substitute for Cooko
and should ho run tho toam as well as
his practico work Indicated he will, No-
II4luO. TWOSTOKLS 4f.O.in.
braska should stand a good chance of
Whatever tho results, .the Nebraska
students should welcomo the toam
home, and encourago It for the great-,
est of all contests on the schedule this
fall the "game with Amea at Omaha
October 30, Friday Collegb Hour 4,30
November. 3, Tuesday Convocation.
Mr. Arthur E. Weatherly, "Tho
Commission System of City Gov
. eminent" ,
November 10, Tuesday Convocation.
Prof. Powers, head of the Uqi
veralty Bureau of Travel. ,
November 12, Thursday Convocation
Dean H. B. Ward, "The Plague."
November 17, Tuesday Convocation,
Chancellor E. B. Andrews " Pub
lic HoaUh in Its Relation to tho
Preservation of Natural Re
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IOWA 8TUDENT8 DI8APP0INTED
IN WORK OF TEAm
KIRK NOT IN SCRIMMAGE WORK
Tbwa 8tar Fears to Enter Practice Be
cause of Danfler of Again In
jurlng Knee Perry Not
IOWA CITY, In.,xOct. 29. Iowa's
football stock took a Jumn downward
Inst ntaht in the BcrlmmagcNnractice
aguinst the freshmen eleven on Iown
field. Conch Catlin was plainly dhv
appointed with tho 'showing of hi3
playors and' was evon moro silent
than usunl when tho squad was finally
aent in to tho showers.
StudontH wore admitted to Iowa floU
and a large open nlr masB mooting
for the Nebrnska gnmo was held. Flf
teon hundred undergraduates accom
panied by a couple of hundred co-eds
Bung nud yollod thomselvcs hoarse in
encouraging tho llawkoyo olovon.
However, the work of tho stands
was not benoflcinl to the regulars, as
three touchdowns formed tho sum
total of the work of Catlln's 3coring
machine. At times tho head coach'?
fplcn.lldly devised plays worked well
The play was snappy only after Catlin
had Kivon tho men n hard locturo.
Tho open stylo of football resulted.
Cnptnin Kirk, tho great Iowa star,
ran signals with the team, but Catlin
decided to keep him out of tho thirty
minute's scrimmage. His kneo is not
iln the best of Bhape and Frodler
O'Urlen foarod a second bump on the
tondcr spot. Fee look his place but
his bud knee gave way and Haggerty
was sent In. dorrlne will probably not
be In shape to play against Nebraska
nnd Carborry will tako loft end.
Nebraska One of Best.
CHICAGO. Oct. 29. In writing or
Chicago's content with Minnesota next
Saturday Walter H. Eckersall says:
"It is conceded that Minnesota Is
developing a strong olovon thin year,
and many critics have given it cre.llt
fif .making us much advancement as
nny team since tho .opening of the foot
ball season. In Nebraska tho gophers
mot a team that gives promise of be
ing ono of tho best In this year'
standing. Although the CoruhuBkers
wero outplayed in some departments
of the gnmo thero was no doubt that
says, my new store at 1415 O Street is selling
hiore shoes every day. Bench made, electric
welt, Roch oak soles, the $5 kind at $2.50. Any
leather any styleany size suDoose vou stnn
Nobraska was tho superior In other
pointB of piny."
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 29. Dr. Wil
liams' gophers closed their scrimmage
work In preparations f$r tho -Chicago
gamo yesterday with a grueling two
hours' Work behind closed gates. With
"Pudge" Heffelflnger behind the sec
ond team, the scrubs fought tho ad
vance of tho regulars like demobs an.l
the result was perhaps the hardest
session since the season's opening.
Tho men wero driven almost to ex
haustion In the scrimmage, but when
darkness put a Btop to this work Dr.
Williams kept his men for another
hour of signal work under tho big
electrics. It was 6 o'clock before tho
men got tho word to" hike for tho
Light signal work was indulged in
early this afternoon and tho first team,
twenty-eight strong, together with the
coaches, will leave at 8o'clock In the
evening bound for Chicago and the
game which will decldo their football
fortunes of 1908.
CHAMPAIGN, 111., Oct 29. Capl.
Van Hook of Illinois had an ankle
twisted in yesterday's scrimmage and
may bo unable to line up against In
diana on Saturday, although the big
leader declares he will play, "Van's"
Injury forced him to limp out of tho
scrimmago, probably tho last before
tho Indiana game.
With Trainer Rudderham sick and
Van Hook ancV several others' bunged
up tho coaches began to worry nbout
tho condition of the cloven for Sat
urday. Twist, touted as a strong con
tender for a lino position ox center or
guard, or Butzcr will tnkeVnn Hook's
place if the captain is unable to play.
Butzor was unable to roport today.
A superb stand by the 'varsity on
tho ono yard lino was ft feature of .the
scrimmage. Freshmen , and sophomorea
will push the ball m n contest' to
morrow nnd this will prevent pro
Sixteen hundred, student tickets
wero sold for the Indiana game.
aNN ARBOR.Mlch., Oot 29. Tho
cheerfulness that has pervaded tho
Wolverine camp the last two weekn
recovered roih the setback of the.
paBt day or ywo when tho results of
yeBterdny'B scrimmage wero learned.
The 'varsity tore through the scrubs
for three straight touchdowns, gain
ing consistently, it would appear that
Yost's efforts at strengthening tho
offensive piny had been successful.
The coach now Is satisfied with th
defense of the team, as it showed up
well In thlH department in the O. S.
U. game. He and four graduate
coaches hnve contored their1 efforts In
perfecting plays to carry the ball into
tho enemy's territory.
The forward pass, which failed bo
signally In the O. S. U. game, was
worked with great success today. The
fact that the scrubs, when given the
bnll on tho twenty yard lino, failed to
get a goal until a continued trial of
twenty minutes is taken as cause for
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 29. Thai tho
Badgers connot stand prosperity was
evidenced today when tho toam took
n slump following tho brilliant show
ing made last night. Excepting Mess
mer and Wllce, tho regulars were In
the scrimmage against, tho scrubs.
Ragged form was shown, especially In
the ubo of tho forward pass. A stu
dent massmeeting will be hold tonight
to arouse spirit for the Marquette
Ramo. Tho faculty athletic council
decided to hold a purity banquet for
the maroona and badgers November
20, tho night before the game.
BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 29. The Har
vard 'vnrBlty eleven was given the
hnrdost practice of the year yester
day afternoon. From start to finish
tho men wero driven at top speed.
Lieut. Graves coached McKay and
Fish, Kersberg had charge of the,
guards and contor, Daly handled the'
backs, and Davo Campbell tho ends.
Throughout tho scrlramago with tho
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freshmen team tho head coach kept
calling for moro speed, and the result
was that the play was much faster
than usual, -McKay and Fish doing
well under the direction, of Graves.
Capt. Burr did not take part In the
acrlmmngo, as he Is trying to rid him
self of a bad cold.
Smith and Forschelmor, the full
backs, are recovering from their In
juries, and probably will be able to
get back Into tho .gamo In n few
CHICAGO, Oct. 29. A football ver
sion of tho prodigal son story without
the fatted calf was staged yesterday
at tho University of Chicago with Tom
Kelloy, tho wayward lineman, In tho
leading role. The mnroon tackle, who
Jumped tho team In a huff Monday
because ho felt he was not appreci
ated by Coach Stagg, bogged his way
back to Marshall field and will bo,
given a chance to make good.
Kelley may play against Minnesota
Saturday, and he may not be judged
classy enough to appear. Coach Stagg
merely permitted him to join In the
practice without making any promises
to Eive him back his old position. If
he can stand tho Marshall field rou
tine and improve h's playing he will
go agalnBt the gophers, the rooters
Kelley made humble apologies for
his action In leaving tho field Monday
and objecting to being placed at guard
and Coach Stagg finally consented to
a compromise. He was used at guard
in practice, where ho was satisfied to
remain, anjl will he glad to play day
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