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- of cross country men, 0Ter 'w a touchdown, with Gross
.; Tuesday, S.-jJunlor class meeting at,han,g,nf onto-bim, Dlrtaer mlsse.d
V , Memorial hall; ll;30"a. m. KI- -fcor,0 N"br4a8,t I1; Iow5' ,4'
TL..-... r. .11, . . A Comley kicked, tq Harte on Nobras.
Thursday, 5.--Dramatlc club social atla's 0-yard, line. Nebraska, on lino
, 1 pfaaaAUo clsb rooms, TBapJ, 8 and ond plays, carried Iho ball thirty
atwrday, 14. Kanvas-Nebraska foot
-s t- ball game.
; B4wrlay, 1. Hastings-Nebraska foot
, K Wll game.
N TfcurWsy. 26. Wabaab-Nebraska foot
f i 1 ball game.
' Thanksgiving recess, begins.
1' Deemr. -'
Mtdrday, 2. Carlisle iBdlans-Nebraa-In
VOTER At HOME TODAY
(Coatlaued from Page1 1)
i'ta the law sofeeoJ, the Ne-
ifHi ue uaiowaa. ib. m
eellege Tart seenae to aave
4e on Bryan. The total vote b-
Tart aaa Bryan wm be very
' Wttnummil Fmm CliiAAa
TfeoM bm' who have geae home to
are axeased from clasa work. la
K? claanos today will be
I aa4 la away eearsea
ily a aafaM,jro4, to ba.preaeat
NEBRASKA HUMBLES IOWA.
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Iowa's 5-yard lino. Carborry made
four yards around right end. Suits'
man added tbrco through tho line.
Hazard hurdled behind tho line and
Iowa wan pcnaltted fifteen yards, Kirk
punted to Doltzor on Nebraska's five
yard lino. Doltzor puntod back to Kirk
on Nebraska's 36-yard lino, and on a
fumble Nebraska seciired tho ball.
Deltzor made twonty-flyo yards on, an
end run. Dlrkner added throo Vara.'
Chaloupka tore through tacklo for 'fif
teen yards. An onsldo kick from Dolt
zor to Harvey notted flftcon raoro.
Frum carried tho ball ono yard. Stew
art lntorcoptcd a forward pass from
Doltzor to Harvey and Kirk kicked to
Beltser, who roturncd ton yards. Tho
ball was on Iowa's. 30-yard line. On
two downs NobraHka gained throe
yards, Boltzor punted and Kirk made
a fair catch. Kirk kicked out to Belt-
zor on Nebraska's 4G-yard lino. 'An
outside kick from Doltzor to Harvoy
put tho ball on Iowa'B 40-yard lino.
Nebraska Gets a Goal.
A forward pass from Doltzcr to liar
Voy gave twenty yards. Harto made
thrcb ynrdB through tacklo. "Blrknor,
Kroger, Deltzor and Chaloupka took
tho ball to Iowa's 1-yard lino, whore
Kroger was shoved over for n touch
down. Harvey kicked goal. 8coro:
Nebraska, 0; Iowa, 4.
Kirk kicked off to Chaloupka, who
nmdo a return of ton yards. Boltzor
punted and Kirk fumbled the ball.
Blrknor secured' It on Iowa's 80-yard
lino. Blrknor tried to place kick nnd
fumbled. Kirk klckod out front tho
20-yard lino. Boltzor punted to Kirk
on Iowa's 35-yard lino. Chaloupka'
mado flvo yards through loft tacklo.
Conloy blockod Doltzor's punt. Gross
picked up tho ball. Temple was sub
stituted for'Krogor. ""Klrk-trloda drop
kick from tho 35-yard lino. It fell
short Doltzor kicked out from tho
25-yard lino. Kirk took, tho ball to
Nobraska's 40-yard llnol Here he foil
back for another drop kick. Ho failed
to make It. Holtzor kicked out tq
Kirk. Deltzor was hurt and Miner took
his placo. An on-sldo kick by 'Kirk
wont out of bounds, .Minor puntod
to Iowa's J5-yard line.,. TImo for tho
first half was up. Score: Nebraska,
G Iowa, ir ' "
v. Another Touchdown.
At tho opening of tho second half
Kirk klckod off to Dentloy on No-
broBka's 25-yard lino. Chaloupka mado
uvo yarns inrougn laciuo, jwinor
circled tho left end on a long run of
forty ynrds. Harto mado throo yards
through tacklo. Minor booted and on
an on-sldo kick Kirk fumbled and Blrk
nor rocovorod tho ball. A punt by
Minor was blockod nnd Hyland fell
on tho ball. GrosB made eight yards
through tho line. Kirk mado first down.
Hyland cnrrlod tho. ball six yards
around left ond. A forward pass from
Kirk to Collins to Kirk gavo Iowa
twonty-flve yards. Kirk tried a drop
kick from Nobraska's 40-yard lino, but
It fell short Minor Bocurod tho loft
end on a 40-yard run. Kirk was hurt
, 0n "no noxt- PBy no WRa- hurt again
1 and wont out. Fco took his placo. No-
.! Volrn nn l.(aJ lino l.l. s.o.lswt
' tho 'ball twonty-flvo yards.. Nebraska
was pcnallzod .twenty yards for rough
play. Blrknor mado flftcon yards. A
forward pass from Miner to Harvoy
was caught by tho Nebraska captain,
yards. Miner, on an end run. was mak
ing a touchdownwhen Hyland caught
his sweater and held him. Iowa was
penalized. Minor, was forced to punt
Iowa carried the ball to Nebraska's 4,0
yard ljne, where Hyland fell back for
a drop kick.' It went out of bounds.
Nebraska failed ' to gain and Miner
Hyland Kicks Field Goal.
Iowa advanced' ten yards on Btralght
plays Hyland made a drop kick from
Nebraska's 25-yard line. Score: Ne
braska, 11; Iowa, 8. Blrknor kicked
off to Carborry on Iowa'a; 25-yard line.
Tw,o plays gave Iowa ten. yards., Hy
land punted to Bentley on Nebraska's
10-yard line. Minor punted to Fee In
the center of the field, Hyland punted
and, Harvey secured the. ball on Ne
braska's 25-yard. line. ' Sturtznegger
west fa", for Temple, Chaloupka and
Bturtznegger made fifteen yards on
straight' line attacks. The ball was
oa Nebraska's 85-yard Use. Thomas
was substituted for B. CqHlna, Minor
punted to Stewart la the conter of the
eld. Iowa took the' ball to Nebras
ka's 2-yard -line oa three Plays. Hy-
load, trtajl a drop kick but failed. Har )
vejrbtoektag UhVbatt. Minor kicked
w the, oealec oc the new. u
the first play Iowa was penalised
ftfleea 'yards, fer rough play, Perrlne
wa substituted tot Carberry. ; Dea
aMrwet"ta for" Hazard. ChalouBka
was hurt oh the next play, and Bowers
west In at.'gtardf.Hsrte blBgsklfted
to tackle. A forward dabs from 'Bent
ley to Harvey netted twenty1 yards.( A
forward "pass by Bentley fell Into Fee's
hands. Feo made no return. A for
ward "bass from Stewart to Hyland hit
the ground. Tmo was up with tho
ball In. Iowa's possession on its 15
yard lino. Score: Nebraska, 11;
Iowa, 8. Tho lineup;
Nebraska. a Iowa. .
Johnson . lo, Carborry, Pcrrlno
Frum , .ItStutsraan, Johnson
Harte, Bowers. ...lg,. Beldel
Collins ...'.....r,c.., ....... Comley
Kwlng . ..i..,..,. rg Hastings
Chaloupka, Harto., rt.. ..,..... Gross
Harvey ......... re,.. ....... Hyland
Bentley ,.,.... .qb Stewart
Boltzor, Miner ... If.. .Collins Thomas
Blrknor, Sturtznegger.rh..i.Klrk, Fee
Kroger, Temple,. fb(. Hazard, Donald
Reforeo, Hoagland of Princeton: um
pire, Stuart of Michigan; head lines-
BELTZBr LEFT HALF.
J1H. Kicking and Forward Passing
.Wore Important Factors In
man, Graham of Michigan; time of
halves, 3T minutes; touchdowns; Krc
gor and Harvoy; goal from touch
downs. Harvoy; drop kicks, Kirk and
Hyland. t '
NEW 80NGS FOR AMES-NEBRASKA
Two Contributed Ho Contest by Stu-
Two" more songs vvero contributed
or tho Amos-Nebraska game yester
day. Thoy follow: ' , i
' (Tune "I'm Glad I'm. Married')
Cheer for Nebraska '
Hor team plays like, n dream:
Run the ends, and buck tho line;
Makes big gains; oh, isn't that fine!
The poor old Amps Aggies, ,
Thby hayon't any show
Tho-only trouble with them Ib;
Their team's too slow. " -
(Tune "tyarchlnfl Through GeoVgia.")
Alter tho game. Is over. Ames,
You'll hear our Joyful cries: ,
Ba,ck to "that dear Iowa," Amos,
Ypuvll havo to walk tho ties.
When you bot"all your money, Ames,
You thought you vould,win the prize,
But you can't win from Nebraska.
Hurrah, hurrah, Nebraska's got you
Hurrah, hurrah, you're going to meet
You'll have to, sneak up the alleys,
For Nobraskans wUf own the streets
After this football, game Is oyer,
Year. Nebr, lews.
1899 , 0 30
1903 ?., 18 8
.1984 ,-,... :..1S 8
198S .; ,...,.,., ,,,,.11 8
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SEVERAL TOFTHE PLAYERSARE
IN 0ll,CONDiri6N; -
IOWA 6fi.if W'A$ SEVEItf
The Comhuskera Report for Signal
Practice In Ba Trim but Hope T
Be In Good Shape fer Ames
, Next Saturday.
Tho crippled ahd tbattered Corn
huskers assomblcd at Antelope park
yestorday afternoon for signal prac
tice. The severity of tho Iowa gamo
was very apparent from tho condition
of tho players, Bomo'of thorn being
scarcely ablo to navigate.
Captain Harvoy looks bb if some ono
had taken a club and gono aftor him.
Ono eya Is Closed and he manages to
movo about with difficulty. Last "night
tho captain did not tako actlvo part,
in. practice but contented nimsoir witn
putting on a suit and following tho
plays from bohlnd.
Sid' Collins and Frum both show In
their movements tho results of Sat-
nrday's' awful battlo, and Frum spent
his time In kicking drop kicks.
"Johny" Johnson Is limping around
with a bad nnklo, nn old sprain which
wbb aggravated by tho hard work ho
had to perform on Saturday. ,.
Backfleld AH RlOht.
Tbo backfleld men did nol suffer
so severely as did tho lino men, prob
ably bocnuso more substitutes wore
used In tho backfleld. Kroger retired
about ten minutes before tho end of
th first bK and was replaced by Tom-j
plo, bo that tno rast rullbacK is in
bettor condition than most of tho
other players. Temple played the re
mainder of thd first half but was In
jured a fow minutes boforo tho closo
of tho second hnlf and during thero
mnlnder of tbo game his placo was
filled by Sturtznegger; Beltzcr played
only during tho first half, Harry' Minor
appearing nt left halfback during tho
Becond net Hugo Dlrkner played tho
eptlro gamo at his position and ap
pears to have stood the strain" In good
shape. ,Tolt Dontloy Is pretty badly
battered up and moves about carefully,
but ho will doubtless bo In shape with
in' a few days.
Tho two gunrds, "Harto and Ewtng,
nnncar to havo como out of the con
test as fdrtunntoly -as any, and "Dill",
Chaloupka Is as good as ever, notwuh
standlng.the fact that It was necessary
to carry him from the field Saturday.
He. had bis neck Bovcrely twisted la
bolng tackled, after making a good
gain on ono of his spectacular tackle
' Will Be Ready for Ames.
On tho whole tho team Ib pretty
badly crlpplod and bruised but Coach
Colo oxpcctB tho mon all to bo In good
condition by thctlnio thoy claBh'wlth
Atn.es noxt Saturday.
Last, night's signals were run very
slowly and na attompt was mado at
fast play. The team Just trottod
through somo now formations which
Coach Colo has evolved and which
may bo brought Into pjay ngnlnst tho
Tho. "pcok-a-boo" play wnB run
through several times and the, fow
Who havo Been It boliov.0 It 'to bVa
winner. It Is reported that tho Iqwana
were Beared to death about this play
Saturday and tho reason tho Corn
huskers wero ablo to make such enor
mous gains through tho Iowa line
was that tho IowanB wero constantly
watching for some sort of trick play,
consequently the .good old-fashioned
fpotbal) fooled thorn JUBt as effectively
as "an intricate style of play would
"King" Cole intends" to keep this
play up his sleovo Just ub long as pos
sible, and If other tactics "will dd tho
work agalnBt Amos next Saturday It
will not bo prcssedMnto service. As
sistant Coach Elliott went to Columbia
Saturday 'tq watch the Ames-Mlssourl
contest and ho reports that Nebraska
Will have tbo hardest game of hor
schedule against Ames, Ho said that
Lambert of Ames punted sixty yardB
agalnBt a stiff breeze several times,
and that Nebraska wjll bo' up against
a stla" proposition In the kicking and
paslng.de par troonts. The Ames line
Is reported to be a veritable stone wall
so' an open style of play Is expected to
be used by both Bides.
The, 'varsity scrubs met and defeat
ed tae Peru normal school team at
Peru Saturday by a score of 8 tq 0.
This was the first game of the season
for thetsorubs and they put up a re
markably good exhibition. Tho only
touchdown was mado when Gibson
picked, up the ball after an attempted
punt by tno normals had neen blocked,
and ran thirty yardB1 for a touchdown.
The other score was made oa a safety.
, Notes ef Game.
The Iowa, mascot, which Is a email
bear, was brought to the field near the
close of, the second half. Somo of the
Iowa students think he la . hoodoo.
The game was not called until '3:10,
and so much time was taken out that
It WB4 pretty dark whoa the g'a'no
1 Tfae try. fr drop kick by Hyland la
the second "half which. If It had beea
suocesMi!,' woyld tare given Iowa' the.
same, wasWeolrtd by CapUla Ilanef I
oa the Nebraska, 24-yaw Ihw. - - -'Ted'LimaarV'who'
coach, St Nebraska uader Fester two ,
WAtfV.. Mfl.. Wail ll(Mnl.. O..Mb....H. .
" nftui woo uKUAJiiv. uiauani, in r
other' Michigan maa, wai-head'Hnes- v
Dr, Clapp was preeeat at the' 'game ' ,;
as a representative , of the athletic
DORrd. Ho rAanliMl Tba'riuflUtur.
day morning irora.Chleago, where he
iiHu ueen in aiienaance ai a meeting
of western -basket ball delegates.
Ilalllh TTnasrlntUl rJ Pkloaarn nhn
was referee of the-game, thought Ne-
orasKa naa a oweriui football ma
chine. f .
Assistant Coach Joaes of Ames' and
two C0ache. from nnnnii lanlvai'iltv
watched tuegame from the sidelines.. ..
' ThA KehmnlcB ioara iitwnt KVI.laV
and Friday sight' la Cedar. Rapids at
mo Montrose noiei. 'ineyarrtvea mere
at, 6 o'clock Ib tne morning over tae
Northwestera. Saturday morning Jthey
went-to Iowa City by trelley, leaving
Cedar Dapids at'OMa'a'cldck on a spe-
i triu, inu run 10 xowa uny was w j
mauo in one nour, . v, I
A'l.unv kilui iiuuu iiih 1 nmnn.uor.'
Athletic nark, tho ha Doha 11 mumli nt
thQ Cedar Itaplds Tri-league team. All
-without a bobble.. Dlrkserrkloked sev-
uioi (iiuuy jjintu Kutun iroot piacoment
during this practice
Coach Marc Catlin held out for 35
mlriuto halves. Ho told Coach Colo
Nebraska was Iowa's "big" game and
that tho Hawkoycs wero able to play
lone halves. "Klne" nolo tot him hnv
hlB way, but- at tho closo of tho first
nun ueieree noagiana jnrormea Coaca
Jntlln that It would bo better to have
a Bhort half for thn lnnt nnn hiwniion
darkncsB was fast coming on and tho
game migni nave to do called before
ho end of another 35-mlnute half.
IOWa rooters nrlmlftflri Nnnraolo
h'nd tho better toam. At tho conclusion
ui iuu 8U111U many 01 mom congrat-
tllated thn MohrnnUn nnnrhoa anil tilntr-
era on the great gamo played by the
' Tho now concroto bleachers which
had Just been rnmnlntod ond whlh
hold J.OOp people was filled- to Its ca-
Tho Iowa, band Is not ah good a mu
sical organization as Ncuraska's. Its
music wob "something nWful."
Iowa's rooting, wob much bofior or
ganized than -.Nebraska's l8 hore ai
homo. All of tho Iowa students wero
seated on the west uido of tho grounds
nnd all of tho rooting was given there.
Tho bleachers oxtonded along tho field
for eighty; yardB, and for this soctlon
there wero four rooting loaders. Tho
crowd gavo their yolla at tho call of
tho leaders -without -hesitating.
Tho Nobraska team, appeared, on tha
field-at 2;60' o'clock and was grooted
bya yell from the Iowa rooters. The
hold a stiff scrlmmaeo nractlcn at A
; " jii no. x, ino iuwu crowa tli
araV aBBBBBBBBBj .aVBV
Played Remarkable Ball In IDs First
got through with the first ef .it In
pretty good snapo, but the ''Oh my"
la 'the last of It was dragged out too
Iowa field Is situated a few feet
west of tho gymnasium. It contains;
about ten acres of ground .
There were only abeut five Nebras
ka rooters la the whale crowd. They
did gallant worfc ' t
Coach Cole paced 'up aad dowa the
sidelines drawing hard oa a cigar' dur
ing the . game.
Captain Kirk, who made a miser
able showing la the game, was aa
all-western aalfbhek last year. It's a
good bet that he will not be placed
on hat team this season.
"Bill" Chaloupka waa removed from
the game toward the close "Of the sec
ond half. He waa pretty well wera ,
out after his fierce slaying. Bowers
went ia at right guard aad Harte was
shifted to tackle.
"Sie" CoIUhb oatplayea his eppoa
eat, Comley, at ceater. Several Ne
braska galas were made' through
f y -
t i- ft 1 ' .
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