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GOPHERS NEED A. NEW COACH,
SAYS MINNEAPOLIS) PAPER.
INJURED IOWA STARS RECOVER
Kirk and Seldei Will Both Be In Shape
to Meet Illinois' Fast Eleven
at Champaign Next
Entered al the poatofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, all sccond-claex mall matter
under thq Act of ConRT08 of March 3,
"VVBDNEqpAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1908.
POINTS TO A CHANGE.
The banquet which 1b to bo glvon
thjs ovoning by tho Stato Touchers'
association at tho auditorium Is of
moro than passing lntorost, as it is
likely to mark tho boginning of a
chango in tho methods of teaching in
tho state Whilo tho banquet will
mean a tlmo of jollification, it will
also moan that teaching is boginning
to tako Its rightful placo as a pro
feBBion. Lawyors and bankotB, and,
in fact, all thoso engaged in a dis
tinctive profession, meet together to
discuss questions of lntorost to all and
to becomo moro thoroughly acquaint
ed. Tho fact that such a banquot Is
bolng undortakon means that teacherB
aro beginning to reallzo that thoy aro
not engaged In something that is
merely temporary, but in a profession
that is worthy of their best on
doavors.. Tho attempt to put teaching on a
highor lc.vol and mako It an attractlvo
work 1b worthy pf tho bost ondoavors
of ovoryono. Tho standard of educa
tion can novor, reach a very high lovel
until It attracts the best talent In our
schools and Is regardod as somothlng
moro than a moro stopping stone to
something pormanont. When teaching
is regarded as a profession and Is con
sidered an honor, then ho school sys
Com can bo' considered on a firm
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 2. Tlrod and
lamo from tholr battbrlng ly tho Chi
cago football team in Saturday's game,
tho Minnosota team arrivod homo in
tholr special car this morning. Nono
of the players was crippled as the re
suit of the grueling, but sevoral of tho
men are Buffering, slightly from
Poter Ostrand, -tho big guard, sus
tained a twlstod ankle during tho sec
ond half, but was not obliged to loavo
the garao, though his anklo has glvon
him considerable lnconvonionco, and
ho may bo out of practice for a Say or
two. Tho samo kind of an injury was
rocolvod by Johnny McGovorn, who
was forcod to loavo tho gamo in the
Bccond half in favor of Johnson.
A local nowspapor, in commohting
on tho Chicago gamo, hands tho goph
or coach the following vitriolic roaBt:
"Men who have tho real Interest of
tho Univorslty of Minnesota at heart
were heart-sick aftor tho gamo, for
Minnesota never mot a more humili
ating defoat than on last Saturday.
She sont to tho field as willing and as
capablo a crowd of young follows as
any man would care to seo, and thoso
follows had nothing with which to
Bhow tholr football valor. They wore
outclassed, not in strongth, not in
courago, no, not so much In tho speed
of Steffon, but In tho Indlsputablo in
ability of tho Minnesota coach to ap
proach tho valuo of tho plays now In
voguo on tho gridiron. Othor univer
sities at loast make a try to uso now
football, This Ib tho third year of
its reign. Why can't Minnesota havo
at leaBt a chanco with tho other big
colleges of tho west?"
IOWA CITY, la., Nov. 2 Battered
by tho gruollng contest against No
braska on Saturday, tho Iowa team
started work for tho Illinois gamo on
Saturday. Soldel, the giant guard,
camo out of tho battlo with a broken
noBc, but will bo ablo to work for tho
gam? a Champaign. Thero wns much
rejoicing at tho recovery of Capt. Kirk
and Quarterback Carborry, who were
knocked BqpsolesB on Saturday. Kirk
did not recover fully until Sunday af
ternoon and Carborry was out for
tfh6 mon who wont homo to votcTand
who will bo absent for Tuesday's prac
tice also aro, Captain Schulz, Aller-..
dlco. Benbrook and vCrumriacker. Do I
splto thb fact that tho team was
greatly weakened by tho absence of
tho four mon, that It was the first
night aftor Michigan's hardest gamo
and that Coach Yost was not well, the
mon remaining in Ann Arbor over
election day wero worked to tholr
limit and tho blectrlcity had boon
turned ,on an hour before they left
Ferry flold. Casey wasn't out owing
to a lato. class.
Since Saturday tho student senti
ment has Undergone a marvelous
chango. Up to tho time of tho game
last Saturday 5,000 students woro
gamoly but desperately supporting
what thoy firmly believed to bo tho
weakest team Michigan had had since
tho advent of Yost Then, in less than
a week, tho smiling ono behind closed
gates turned his bunch of inexperi
enced material into an old-tlmo Yost
machino and tho result was that Mich
igan's largost scoro was registered in
tho yqar that Vanderbilt was supposed
to havo its best eleven and Michigan
ono of its poorest.
CHAMPAIGN, 111., Nov. 2. Warn
ing tho Illlnrthat Iowa was a lot bet
tor than it looked on paper, Coach
Jus' Lindgron and former Capt Gard
lnor returned today from Iowa City,
whoro they went scouting htfet Sat
urday. "Nebraska has a mighty good
team," said tlndgren.
Fear of overconfldonco in tho orange
and bluo camp becauso of Iowa's do
feats by Missouri and Nebraska is on
tortaincd and tho coaches will urge
tho mini to, regard their opononts as
Capt. Van Hook practiced today, but
his anklo is slightly wabbly and it will
bo handled with care all tho weok so
that Van will bo ablo to play against
tho Hawkoyes. It was a bitter pill for
him to watch Saturday's game.
Rlchoy, loft half back, is almoBt
given up. A "charloy horBo" is his
undoing and ho may bo out of. the
game for good this fall. All tho Illlnl
oxcept Bremer wero out in suits to
night and "Brom" watched tho work.
ITHACA, N. Y., Nov. 2. Halfback
Mowo created a sensation on Percy
field this afternoon by making six drop
goals from tho 45-yard lino, and plac
ing and missing only ono out of soven
attempts. This Is a record for tho
Cornell field. Today was given, over
to light, work, most of tho xnen bolng
bruised up aftor tho Penn stato gamo.
Captain Walder, Hurlburt and Pope
woro not on tho field, but the othora
showed up lato. A toam composed of
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Chancellor McCraokon qf New York
university, with tho consent of tho
faculty, "noB put the ban on aUJntor
clasB contests Involving personal en
counters. While football, basketball,
track and basketball contests aro not
affected by this regulation, a number
of Important oyon,ts aro totally abol
ished. Among', those aro: . Bloody
Monday, on tho, first Monday of. tho
college year; flag rush, on foundor's
day (October 19) : tho liallowe'en cole
bratlon and cano sprees on prepara
tory night In April. By way of pro
test against thl new ruling the fresh
men and sophomore classes vmyuu
marbles on Ohio field. tho day after
the regulation! was promulgated.
Twelve hundred and fifty-four stu
dents In the University of Kansas
havo contributed $3.00 on.ch to a fund
for tho support pi student enterprises
during tho current school year. Tho
athletic association, the debating coun
cil tho mandolin club, tho university
. band, tho university orchestra and the
glee club will each receive a share
ofthe, uud. Tho contributors aro ad.v
minted without "furthp'r charge to all
ontertaltimorifs provided by thoso or
ganisations during tho year This In
sures a sustaining fund for all lines
af student enterprise and .provides a
series' qf ,hjgh grade entertainments
for tho studenata. very omlnaLjox
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over two hours. Both took part in tho
practico today. Fortunately Klrkjs'
weak kneo escaped further Injury. Cat
Hn admits Iowa Is tho "underdog"
In tho coming battlo and hardwork is
In order for tho rest of tho weok.
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 2. Coach
Barry put tho badgers through a longs
stoady signal drill tonight Ex-Captain
Messmor devoted almost tho ontlro
afternoon to practico of tho forward
pass, with some of tho scrubs receiv
ing tho ball. Tho big follow was in
great form and hurlod tho oval over
forty yards repeatedly.
One chango wns made In tho 'varsity
line-up, Cunningham being stationed
at right half, whilo Mucklostone, who
herotoforo held tho position, was work
ing with ' tho second 'varsity. Moll
was drilled a long 'timo in quarter
back runs. Arpin, sub tackle, is ill
with a bad cold. Should ho be' forced
to quit, tho team would bo left with'
out a sUb tackle.
Tho 'varsity will havo a scrimmage
with tho freshmen tomorrow, the lat
ter using Minnesotaformations Ths
students arc. taking Up a 'contribution
to send tho band up to Minneapolis.
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,ANN ARBQIt, Mich,? Nov. ,2. Whilo
four of tlWJBtrS'Weron their way. tp
tho polls" Coach! (ost twastpblged rto
.work, tonight with a weakened JInoup.
(JroBby and Bayer, ends; Leyentry and
OKourke, tackles; Cosgrovo and Boll,
guards; Wright, center; O'Hara, quar
ter back; RIdoman and Mowe, half
backs, and Ebollng, full back, ran
through signals. Tho on-Bldo kicks fre
quently figured. Hoffman hurt his
ankle, but Shearer and Caldwell, who
aro recovering, woro on tho field.
Lieutenant Boacham joined the coach
CHICAGO, Nov. 3. A hang-over
celebration of tho maroon victory over
Minnesota, tho return of Coach
Stagg's Injured playors to the ranks,
and rumbling warnings of tho prob
able Ineligibility of soveral of tho Chi
cago football stars cast an air of modi
fied Joy ovor tho Inauguration of the
preparations for Cornell yostorday at
Whilo Schott and Ehrhorn rejoined
tho team, it is f oared the annual In
vasion of "con" notices today may
play havoc with tho Midway machino.
Tho professors will begin handing out
their four weok-reports this morning
and tho football players who receive
below passing In two of their studios,
will bo labeled undesirable for grid
iron purposes. A number of the ma
roons aro on tho anxious seat over
their scholastic standing.
Should a singlo ono cf the 'varsity
players bo removdd from .tho eligible
list by tho notices, Stagg would find
himself in a tight hole again, and the
Impending showup will bo watched
with moro than upunl- interest bv tho
coach. It Is probable tho standing of
all the squad will not bo -known'iuntll
tho ond of tho week, os some- 61 tho
professors will delay their reports.
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