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THURSDAY, NOVEMIHSR fi, 1908.
SIAGO GETTING READY
WILL DRIVE 'VARSITY AQAIN8T
8CRUB8 EVRY DAY.
ILLINOIS FAVORITE OYER IOWA
Captain kirk of Hawkoyes May Not
Be In Game Saturday, Fee
Taking His Place at
GET rtEADY FOR AMES.
Only a few days roiunlnti until Nr-
tiniHka will clash with Amc-a at Omaha
in what probably will bo the grontent
ami most "fiercely contested game of
lootbnll In tho Missouri valloy this
uciiBon. Tho gnrao may bo won as tho
direct result of a furablo or n lucky
klok, and tho Cornhuskors will nood
nil tho oncourngomont and support
Uioy can got. A largo crowd of Amos
motors will bo on hand to cheer tholr
ipatn on, and Nobrasfca ought to have
u bunch four or flvo timos a-s largo
aa their rivals. Such tt crowd will bo
ticodod to support tho Cornhuskors
nnd lond ovory possible aid to Scnrlot
and Cream toam that anofhor victory
may. boadeifytotho. 190SL list, and tho
Miraourl v'auoy tltlo rotnlnort. ' '
A groat many of tho Nebraska stu
dents havo mado preparations for go
ing to Omaha, but there are still many
who can afford to make tho trip who
havo not yotr decided toi go. These
tdutlonls can help tho tcmnVaa'mucu
ay any who havo proparod to bo thoro,
and they have fow oxcusos for not
Tho expenso of tho trip will not
bo great Por tho round trip tho rail
road faro will be but 12.20, and this
ltuivcs 2.80 of a $5.00 bill with which
'amount 4he- avorago- student- will bo
CHICAGO, Nov. 4. More dofonso
will bo the battle cry of Coach A. A.
8tagg for tho rest of this week. The
coach announced after yesterday's
long signal drill that ho would prob
ably send tho first-year toam against
tho regulars ovory day, beginning with
this aftornoon, In tho hopo of bringing
tho lino up to tho standard ho thinks
It "must reach 'in order to dispose of
According to the Midway dlrectdr,
tho Cornell attack will bo several
times more brilliant and offectlvo than
anything tho Ithacans have displayed
In their gamoB so far this yeaBon. Ho
expects an entirely difffcjeitf. offense
than that seen by Assistant Conch
Leo De Tray In last Saturday's Cor-noll-Ponn
State gamo and will propare
for a gllttorlng assortment of open
Cornoll Is sure to take advnutngc of
the now game and will bring somo eye
oponors In tho shapo of dazzling for
ward paBsos wost with thorn, Coach
Stagg flguros. Although Cornell Bprung
but threo forward passos against Ponn
State, nobody at tho Midway expects
tuch a meager display from the east
orn toam whon.it comes to Marshall
Tho coach, again shifted his mon
continually, giving oach of tho line
nubstltutoa a chanco to got Into the
now plays. Both Schott and Worth
wlno we're iraod at fullback whllo El
liott, Hlrschl and Molgs were tried
alternately at loft guard. Kellcy
playpd most of tho time at right guard,
and it is though ho will continue at
"" "" Cornell.
ITHACA, N. Y., Nov. 4. A general
shnkoup of tho toam was the order
of tho day at Percy field. Wood, a new,
candidate for quartor, was given pref
erence over Caldwoll, Gardner and
O'Hara. Tho Uno and back fiold also
wore changed frequently. Tho coaches
who watched Nebraska and Iowa Sat
urday, expressed tho opinion that Iow.n
would bo hard to beat and predicted
that tho hawkeyer might glvo tho Illlni
a surprise party Saturday. Four Kan
sas men' watched the gamo with a
view to gottlng a lino on tho team for
the KansaB gamo here November 21,
and also to lino up Nebraska's
strength. They praised tho gamo
fighting oM'ongJli i.l lu lown oleven.
Incidentally they annnged the ollglbll
lty rulcB so that no misunderstanding
would arise at the lust minute.
MADISON, Wis., Now 3. Unity?
Minnesota play the heavy freshman
learn played the 'varsity to n standstll'
fpr twenty-five minutes tonight. Then
the regulars braced, and. led by Dreut
s.eij who started In on defense, ap
peared to solve the gopher plays. Tho
freshmen twice carried tho hall
straight down tho field, but wore un
able to score. The 'varsity crossed
tho goal line throo times. Moll made
a spectacular twonty-fivo yard run
through tho froBhman line for a touch
down. Hunker Intercoptod a forward
pass and ran seventy yards for
anothor touchdown. Osthoff scored on
a line buck. WIlco has a chnrloy horse
aud Is kept out. of practice, and Barry
gavo Mossmor and Rogers a chanco to
rest. Cunningham was given a trial
at quarter and the team showed per
ceptible gain In Bpced when he han
dled the ball.
CHICAGO. Nov. 4. Fake plays uBed
by Purdue in- Its last game wore tried
against tho Northwestern football
team yesterday by an eleven made up
of "scrubB," but in most Instances thp
rogulars wore able to stop tho play in
timo to prevent a gain. On tho scrub
team woro threo old-time NorthNvest
om football stars. Alton Johnson and
his brothor Harry, and Wolnborgor.
Officials who will have charge of tho
game Saturday have been selected.
Kelly of Prlncoton will referee and
Klshlelgh of Michigan will umpire
Griffith of Iowa will be heal linosman.
' MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Nov. 4. For
two hours today Dr. Williams drilled
tho gophers, pointing out the weak
ness which developed in tho Chicago
game and endeavoring to Improve tho
defense. Much time was dovoted to
the forward pas and tho ends and
backs were drlllod to Intercept the
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Budd in the Cravenette Business again 100 new
coats in Saturdayin Blacks and Fancy Stripes.
These are straight out and out $18 valuesMy
price $10. Budd' Motto: "Quick sales and short
profitAlso $2.50 Hats and popular priced furn
ishings. Why Pay More?
able to buy two square taenia and pay
his way into tho game, and still havo
u llttlo loose chango loft.
Thoro are still1 some seats In tho
Nebraska 'sections that havo not been
noW. They can bo purchased at Harry
Portor'B bookfetoro on Elovonth stfeot,
where thoy will bo kept on salo until
Friday, Studonts who want to bo with
tho Nebraska contingent ought to got
tholr tickets at onco.
Thdso students'-who aroaUlMindo
cHkfcl about making thoUrip oughtb
consider what loyal support means to
tUo Cornhuskor toam, aud join tho
Nebraska special train to Omahi Sat
urday morning at 8:30 o'clock.
Unusually Har4 Class Fight
Tho lonpst, hardeBt-fought clas
encounter in tho htetory of tho Uni
versity of Washington took places dur
iug astfomWy. pdrtod yosterday foro-
noon adairaill;cofaMftnlrttaed in
dention of tho freshmon to buy tho
sophomores la oilgy.
'Jtoth contestants cjalm tjho victory.
Uu upporchWmen gnefaiy agroo in
lcclarlng .tho" sophomores4 ; y lctojrlou3.
Anyhow It was-a atlo&f. ifta flrlat or
lor, and it ended with the rival groups
cheering each other and thon uniting
in Uio 'varsity yojlaj,
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solution for tho quarter back situation.
The 'varsity hammerod tho freshmen
for three touchdowns in a twonty-mln-t'te
scrimmage. Bucklin of the fresh
mon scored once after stealing a
forward pass of tho rogulars. Secret
practice will bo held tho rest of the
week. Scrimmage will ho held Wed
nesday and Thursday, as a hard gamo
is expected with Amherst next Saturday.
IOWA CITY, la., Nov. 3. Prospects
for a victory Saturday over Illinois at
Champaign. have gono gjlmmerhigwlth
tho poor condition of sovoral of the
players. Captain Kirk la a fit candi
date for tho hospital, and Iowa'a
chances for a repetition of last yoar's
brilliant victory aoem small. Coach
Mark Catlln took a hun,tlpg trip yes
terday after rabbits, leaving tho squad
in tho hands of Assistant Coach John
Griffith. Hard signal practlco was the
piwgram wUh nmnimg down under.
puntB as a preliminary work.
Captain Kirk gamoly reported tor
practice, though not in condition to
wear his moleskins. Ho even, i$n
signals for a few minutes untH Feo
took'hls placo in the lineup, and' it is
possible that tho midget halfback wilt
bo used most of the IUIuoIb game.
Assistant Coach Llndgren of Illinois.
" ' T' TZ . ri ii. inn fc
The students of Washington Univer
sity have organized a llinkers' fra
lornUy. It Is known a3 Knppa Bet'.
Phi tho reverse or Phi Beta Kappa.
A Hunk in one complelo year's work
gains honorable mention, nnd expul
sion from a collogo admits to tho
"legion of honor."
A party of Wabash studonts went
thrdugh .to St. Iouls in an autonxoblle
to.seoHhoganio with Waahingtoii di
versity last Saturday. They returned
tho middle of last week. Ono man
waa loft ill a Danville hospital' fot
Co-eds. have been commanded by tho
military authorities of North Dakota
agricultural college. Henceforth young
ladles who attend dress parade of the
collego army must stand In front pf
tho' lino, not to one sldo of it. When
tho ladlos , mass themsolves on tha
flankB-tho 'soWhrnr persist' ln'stamlmg
at eyes right whlclt any freBhman
knows is not military at all. , '
Brown University is making an of
fort to.protbct ordinary pcoplo 'from
tho ravages of ticket speculators. The
athletic association Jibb appointed a
local Arm as ticket agent, and seats.
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At a rocont banquet given by tho
rcshmon boys of Do Pnuw for tholr
fair classmates, tho oloctrlc wires wero
cut twlco, loaving tho hall absolutely
dark. Tho sophomoros havo boon ac
cused of tho act, but havo plead not
"Half a Roguo" Is boing -dramatized
at Syracuse, and will bo presented
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Any Yale man finishing among the
first twelve In tho'intercolleglato crosa
IcouUtry run, will got his "Y" from the
Ihe University Mlssourlan Uan a
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co.icge t-r itgrlculturo is panning to
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At, Chicago tho instructors arp a,!
lowed ttf set their' own Umlttf p tio
cutsj In tlolr clij'saos, and ijo ecrcasp
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