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GROSS COUNTRV TEAM
PRELIMINARIES HELD AT THE
FINISHES WERE VERY CLOSE
Bauman, Gable, Georgo, Ambcrson and
Ratcllff Will Probably Compose
Team Which Goes ti
Tulou, Bauman, Gable, George, Am
burson and Trump finished In tho
ubovo named Iryouw liiHt night. Tho
krun wqb mado Mo tho -Hlnto fair
grounds, four times nround tho track
and then back to tho armory. Tho
finishes woro vory cIoho, Uio mon fin
ishing inbunchou and In remarkably
good time, tho luador complotlng tho
llvo irtlleB In 27 mlnutoH and 47 woe
ondjt: Twonty-olght conteBtantH entered tho
race. Although Uio Hquud tltlH yoar
was tho largest ovor getting out for
cross country worn, tno numuor who
ontorod tho preliminary wdro not
above tho ordinary, the men dropping
out for various reasons In tho lout
wook. Tho mon who participated tiro
ub follows: Abbott, Ambcrsou, Ank
noy, Asbury, Buumun, Clark, CuBack,
Dlnsmoro, Krsklno, Gablo, lllltnor,
Himton, Levin, Lenard, A. C. and W.
I. McGovorn, Mllok, Pattlson, Parks,
Pntrasch, Drake, Norborg, Provcnaz
nlk, Trump and Hatcllff.
8tart on Time.
Tho Bquad lined up before Dr. Clapp
shortly boforo.4:30 und nromntly on
tlmo ilioy wore Bont off for n norve.
racking raco of flvo miles. Dr. Cjopp
accompanied the runners on a wheel
as did a numbor of tho students. Ban
man nnc Tiilon, the Pplrbury "bpy,
wore obout fifty foot nhoad of tho
bunch, both sprinting hard at tho
close. It was nock and nock to wlthl'i
r0 foof of tho finish when Tnlon drew
away und nnlahod about six feet in
Tront of Captain Baumun. Onblo, who
llnlflhdd third, was pretty tired. George
ran a strong race throughout and fln-
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Ishod onslly. Trump and Hut cliff wovo
close up on tho finish.
Mollk, who finished olghth, wob welt
In tho lead clear up to tho last fow
blocks and would havo llnlshed with
tho first flvo bu.t for ah , unfortunro
"side acho" at the finish
, Tnlon Is taking some freshman
work, so It Ik possible that ho will not
bo allowed to go to Chicago with tho
loam In which ense tho team is com
posed of Haiiman, Captain, Goorg
Gablo, Amboi'flon and Katclirf.
Make Good Time.
Tho time mado in tho try ouIh was
highly encouraging to tho coach and
shows that although tho team 1h mlnuB
tho sorvIcoB of four votorans, yet it
will bo first class, tho first six flush
ing bolter than twcnty-nlno mlnutoB.
tho team will contlnuo tho work dally
up till tho time of leaving for Chicago,
vhore It moots Chicago and Wisconsin
universities on Thanksgiving day. The
CornhuskurH havo carried off three out
or four nices in as many years, and
chances aro bright that they will again
repeat tho trick. Hy winning from
Chicago and Wisconsin last year Ne
braska became Mo permanent possen.
sor of tho cup which had boon offerel.
MORE SONGS FOR THE BIG GAME.
Interest in the Ames-Nebraska Popular
Tho following songs wore received
at th" Nebrnskan office yesterday:
(Air: "Buso Hnll.")
Co-ed. co-ed Is football mad;
Has tho rover, and him It bad;
Tells or tho gamcH that ever she saw,
And vows t'.nt sho'll go up to Omaha
.Just to root for tho homo toam,
And root, and root, and root.
So Its take me up to the football
Take me to Omaha,
There to root for tho home team
And wire the iiowh to Pa.
Buy nio some presents and cracker
Jack I don't, care ir I novor got back,
Hut let mo root, root for the home
If they don't win it's a shame,
For it's one two threes four
Co-ed, oo-ed is counting tho score.
Co-ed, co-ed sees. all, of the games,
Knows the players byS their first
Buck and Harry, und Sid mid' 1)111
Aro houBohold words .on Co-ed hill;
Jfm and Hugo, and Johnny and Pip
She says them over with never a slip;
Talks of their records in all or tho
And tells how they'll win ovor tho
Aggies from Ames.
Co-ed. co-ed knows well what to 'do
Just to choef up a player or two;
Tells of tho Gophor and tho Hawkeyo
And sniffs whon you talk or tho Aggies
Tolls' how. Chaloupka' can' always get
And ne'er slackens hly pace for a
hayseed or two.
choriiB; ; ' -f
'. ' 'iii :
(Air: "When Johuftio. Comes March-
"Wlion- Nebraska gets WbW wyeU,
We choor them on to victory,
Whcu the gamo Is won, wo count tho
scoro; " ,
Woslug to" victory, fore'venniofe,
And; we u)way cheer for - - ,
Doar old Nebraska V.--'
(Air: "Waiting" ror a Certain Girl.")
Ames, poor old Ames, How the game
'Just meanders along
When Nebraska makes their touch-
You will ilnd that wo aro strong
poor old Ames, you cannot'
scoro nt all,
But' Nobrasku makes a touchdown
Nearly every tlmo thoy get tho ball-
J ' :
Ip England thero aro no college
papers. It is estimated that the coli
lego pnpers In America number about
PREPARING FOR AMES
C0RNHUSKER8 ARE IN POOR CON
DITION FOR AGGIE8.
"PIP" COOKE OUT Of HOSPITAL
The Regulars Engage In the First
Scrimmage Work Since the Hawk
eye Contest The 'Varsity
Does Good Work.
Preparations for the big game with
AmcH next Saturday ore going on vig
orously at the state farm every after
noon Yesterday tho squad again as
sembled thore' on.l Tor tho first- time
since Uio florce Iowa struggle laHt
week tho 'varsity men were able to
engage In scrimmage work.
The players arc- faBt recovering rrom
the lighter bruises which roll to their
lot during that hard battle but tho
results or tho severer hurts are still
, apparent on several or the regulars.
Captain Harvey was pretty severely
battered up In the Iowa game. Ho
was pitted against Stutsman, tho
Hawkeyr's big lefL tackle, and the
latter proved to be bad man to play
Coach Catlln had evidently schooled
his men in all or tho questionable
methody which might by hook or
crook bo used In the game. They were
versed In all or the ways or holding
In the line, tackling roughly, using the
hands illegally, elbowing and even
slugging. Iowa had expected to win
by virtue or their skill in straight,
football but, railing in this, they re
sorted to the moans which have over
been inseparable rrom Iowa rootbull
and which have once already been tho
cause or Nebraska's severing athletic
relations with tho Iluwkeyes; namely,
the use of dirty playing. Nebraska's
forwards were certainly being held and
toughed, and "Bill" Clmloupka wn.i
put out or the game by u deliberate
foul. Captoin Harvey was roughed
repeatedly and wob badly battered uo
but gamely stuck until the finish.
In Poor Condition.
These are only Instances of tho
treatment which was accorded tho
Cornhusker players and as a result
of it they are lu no lit condition to
go Into such a struggle as the Ames
Same promises to bo.
"Johnny'' Johnson 1 tho possessor
of a bad anklo besides innumerable
"Charley horses" and It is reared that
biae may tend to prevent him from
putting up his usual classy. exhibition.
"Sid" Collins has a hand, which is
badly swollen and extremely painful
and l.t Is thought that it will trodblo
him during Saturday's game. Tho
other forwards are not bothered with
any serious Injuiles but none of them
aro enjoying what could be called per
In tho backlleld the most serious
cause for concern is tho quarter back
proposition. "Pip" Cooke was out of
the hospital yesterday for the fint
time and it will bo absolutely out of
the question for him to play next Sat
urday. He has been in tho hospital
for two weeks and oven if his foot
were in good shape ho would bo Jn
no condition to go into n hard game.
Tolt Bentley, who took Cooke's place
.la the Iowa gamo, received qulto a
serious injury and ho was recovering'
as rapidly as could bo expected, when
last evening he was hurt again. If
Bentley Bhould be put out Saturday
the Cornbuskors would be in a bad
way for a quarter, since thero Jb no
ono else who Is competont to fill the
place satisfactorily. Hascall has been
playing good ball at quarter on the
acnjbs but his forward pausing is In
clined to be Inaccurate and it' is ex
pected that the forward pass wjll be
fused considerably agalnBt the Aggies.
Harry Minor played some at quarter
earlier in tho season but his work' at
half .back makes him infinitely moro
valuable.in- tho latter position. Kroger,
Boltior, Bltfknor and Tom'plo nfe In
fairly gooil shapo so that on, tho of
fonse at least, tho Coriihuskors "will
probably bo able to put up as good a
gamo .as over.
Scrimmage With 8crubs.
Tho 'varsity was linod up last night
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for about twenty minutes of Mtiff
scrlmmnge work and some or the new
plnys which wjll bo tried against
Ames were good ror groat gnlns
against the scrubs. On four consec
utive plays Chaloupka carried tho ball
fifteen yards and on tho next down i
forward puss to BIrkner notted fifteen
yards. The 'varsity attempted an
other forward puss but It fulled on.l
the scrubs took tho ball.
On the first down Chaloupka broke
through and tackled Brlggs Tor a loss.
A HUe buck netted tho scrubs five
yards but on the next down they
fumbled and Ewing fell on the ball.
On the first down the 'varsity attempt
ed a ror ward pass which wu3 Inter
cepted by Prauck, who made the first
touchdown for tho scrubs.
Tho 'varsity was given tho ball and
on an attempted forward pass the ball
struck one of the scrubs and was re
covered by Chaloupka.. Harvey was
tackled for a loss, Beltzer mado twelve
yards on a fake punt, and on the next
play Bentley was tackled for a two
jardjoss. A forward pass to Captain
Harvey mado twenty yards, a line-buck
odded three more and on tho next
down BIrkner went over for a touch
down. Bentley was hurt and went
Forward Paso Used.
The 'varsity vus again grvon tho
ball and on the first down Minor was
thrown for a Iosv?. Harvey made
firteen yards on n forward pass and
on an onslde kick tho scrubs secured
A forward pass to Chauner made ten
yardB and Pranck mudo four on a
cross-buck. Chauner mado fivo yards
around right end and on an attempted
forward pass Beltzer caught tho ball
and ran for a touchdown. Tho 'varsity
was given the ball In the center of thu
field and Kroger made ten yards on a
forward pass. Harvey failed to gain.
Several changes In the lino up were
made, Temple. Slaughter. Sturmer.
Hascall and Carroll going lu.
A forward prfBs failed and cost a
fifteen yard penalty. Beltaor punted
four yards to Powers, who fumbled
and Carroll recovered the ball. Belt
zer hit left tackle, got through a big
hole which Johnson and Ewing made
for him, and rau for a touchdown.
The scrubs took tho ball and Gibson
made twelve yards on a fako punt
Carroll tackled Powers for a loss and
Chauner failed to gain" around right
end. An onslde kick netted ton yards,
Gibson was downed for a loss and
Franck made twenty yards on a for
ward pass. The scrubs failed to gain
on a criss-cross and an oiibUIo kick
was caught by Beltzer and returned
TEACHER8 ARE HERE
(Continued from Pago 1)
verslty visited old friends and familiar
In tho regular sessions tho teachers
will bo entertained by speakers of
note in the educational field. This eve
ning Chancellor E.. Benjamin Androws
president of the association, will de
liver nn address and tomorrow even
ing President Benjamin Ide Wheeler
of the University of California will
speak. President Wheeler occupies a
high place in the ranks of thinkers on
educational matters and his address
will probably be a thing of valuo to
Minnesota has a club of, women to
promote equal suffrage for women.
This club is a part of a national or
ganization. It is reported that if tho wator sup
ply at Indiana does not Improve very
soon the school may havo to bo closed
for n time.
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