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NftTF IIF THF JllMF kft whon tred '"peok-a-boo"
ovor tho line of pcrimmago Icbb thnn
flvo yard? from the contor.
Kroger, Tomplo and Sturtznogger
wero three bntterlng rnmB which tho
Aggies' line could not withstand.
Ewlng and Frum opened up holos
every time "BUI" Chaloupka was
played around that sldo of tho line.
"Sid" Collins was nil ovor the field,
making several sensational tackle
after the ends had failed to penetrate
the Amos interference.
Capt. Harvoy and JohnHon wero both
strong tit receiving forward passes.
Pennants, yet! New ones too, Co-op.
Every man on tho CornhuBkor line
up played a star game and no weak
noHBeH wore visible anywhoro.
Manager Eagor had so much money
after the gnmo that ho could not get
It all -In his dresB suit case.
At the end of the gamo Nebraska
rooters carried tho members of tho
winning eleven from the Hold on tholr
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The Nebraska rootors had several
special songB prepared for tho game,
and sang thorn boforo and during the
The Ames squad was tho first to
enter the grounds, but took a placo
ngalnBt the north fence protected
lrom the wind.
Nebraska was penalized seven times
for a total of 100 yards, and Ames wad
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Prom beginning to end tho game
was tho most spectacular over seen
on a western gridiron.
Itefereo Ralph Hoagland said tlvat
"SI" Lambert Is tho greateBt fullback
he has ever seen, and he has officiated
all over the country.
The Deltz athletic association de
serves great praise for tho successful
management of tho game. Tholr sharo
of tho receipts was fifteen por cent,
out of which they paid for advertising,
constructing the standB and putting
tho Hold in ordor.
"SI" Lambert had tho borst of Belt
zer jntdl Minor in tho kicking depart
ment, especially when punting against
Tho CornhuBker lino was well nigh
invincible In mldflold but when a
touchdown was needed the Ames back
ers wore good for distance through It.
On the other hand Nebraska was
able to plerco the AggleB' lino for
good gains almost at will.
The game abounded with kicks "and
forward pnssos and was consequently
very Interesting to those spectators
who know little of tho game.
A stiff wind blew from tho nortn
vest throughout the contest. This ac
counted for tho fact that all tho touch
downs wero made at tho east end of
Tho CornhuBkers wero fortunate in
winning the toBB and securing tho ad
vantage of the wind to start with.
Thoro are some who insist that last
year's Ames game was more exciting
than Saturday 'b contest because last
year Ames was in tho lead 9 to 6 until
the last three minutes of play.
It took the CornnuBKers eighteen
minutes to Becure the first touchdown.
The Aggies wore in almoBt perfect
physical condition and not a change
was made In tholr llno-up during tho
seventy minutes of play.
Graham, who has been playing at
left ond for Ames, waB out of tho
gamo aa a result of injuries contracted
in the Missouri game.
LouIb Harte turned his ankle Thurs
day in practice and hurt it again Sat
urday morning, but' it was bo well
bandaged that ho was able to play tho
Birknor waB tho only man- in Ne
braska's backfleld who played through
tho whole gamo.
Tomplo went In at tho beginning of
the 'second half but was injured after
about fifteen minutes of play and was
replaced by Sturtznoggor.
The Ames rooters wero well organ
ized and their band was a good one.
The entire Ames contingent did a
barn dance around tho field during
Omaha has been after a big game
for yoarB and tho success of this one
practically insures tho Omaha enthusi
asts of an annual university gamo be
ing played thoro.
Several penalties wore Inflicted
upon Amos for rough playing, but
this waB because of tho natural fierce
ness of play rather than because of
.any desire on their part to play dirty
"Johnny" Johnson broke through
and downed Hoggen for a big loss on
two different occasions when that in
dividual was slow in getting off an
attempted forward paBS.
"Bill" Chaloupka played a Bpectac
ular game and was always good for
a .gain when entrusted with tho ball
The onsldd kick was a hoodoo to
the CornhuBkers. It failed to work
successfully a single time.
On a fake placo kick Ames pulled
off a forward pass which put tho ball
en Nobraskas 4-yard lino, from where
it wbb easily puBhed ovor Coach El
liott's freshmen used this against tho
'varsity last wodk and thoy should
have boon watching for It.
Toit Bentloy played a great game
and ran the team like a veteran. Ho
returned punts for good distances.
Boltzer and Birknor circled tho Amos
ends repeatedly for substantial gains.
Referee Hoagland penalized Nobras-
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Dobbs and Konnor wore on tho ground
early and kopt tho anxious Nobrasku
looters in good spirits by calling fre
quently for yells and songs.
Some now poBtorB in Co-op.
Two minutes nfter the CornhuBkers
appeared the AmoB team trottod on
the Hold, but had no band to lead in
(he cheering, as Its band was on tho
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o'clock and entering tho north gate
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MINER, Nebraska Left Half
ors. As tho CornhuBkers ontorod the
ftold tho entire throng roso to its
foot and gave the husky collogo yoll
tho Nebraska coacheB and managers
are now confldont of making a clean
swoop of tho othor games on tholr
echodulo. Kansas will bo played noxt
Saturday, but none of tho Cornhuskors
expect thnt tho Jayhawkors will
prove very dangerous.
The Honslraw fld Rome hotels wore
given nn awakening yesterday thoy
will rehiomber for" some tlmo. With
tho Cornhuskors at the Honshaw and,
the Amert team at tho Romo both
thcBo hotols wore flllod to tho limit
by the followers' of tho two toams.
John Wright's. 114 South
8UMMARY OF THE GAME.
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Saturday's Football 8 core.
Wisconsin 6, Minnesota 0.
Purdue 16, Northwestern 10.
Michigan 62, Kentucky State .0.
MlBHourl 11, Drako 8.
Nebraska 23, Ames 17.
Bololt 6, Knox 5.
Case 10, Ohio 8tate 8.
St. LouIb U. 6, Sowanee 6."
Marquette 17, Lawrenco 0.
KnnsnH Agrl. 13; Crolghton, 0.
Wittenberg 5, Heldolborg 4.
Western ReHorve 12, Oborlin 5.
Cornell College 40, Monmouth C.
Vnnderbllt 16, Tennessee 9.
Harvard 17, Carlisle 0.
Dartmouth 10, Princeton 6.
Yalo 10, Brown 10.
Cornell 6, Amhorst 0.
PlttHburg 11, West Virginia 0.
Navy .10, Villa Nova 6.
Colgate 6, Syracuso 0.
Ponn. 34. Ln fay otto 4.
Williams 0, Vermont 0,
Andover 12, Exeter 0.
Army 6, Springfield T. 8. 5.
Holy Cross 6, Tuffs 0.
Trinity 42, Wesloyan 0.
Colby 16, Mnlno 5.
Bates 5, Bowdoln 0.
Illinois State Normal 30, Lombard 6.
Albion Col.- 24, Kalamazoo Nor. 0.
Wooster 13, Carnegie Tech. 6.
Marietta 40, Bethany 0.
MnBB. O. C. 13, N. Hamp. S,. C. 9.
Norwich 10, Mlddlobury 0.
Phillips Andover 12, Phil. Exeter 0.
Roso Polytechnic 26, Earlham Col. 4.
Albion 24, Kalamazoo Normals 0.
Memorial U. 14, Grlnnoll 10.
Kenyon 30, U. of Cincinnati 0.
Union 39, Hobart 6.
Wash. U. 16, Jamea Mllllkon 0.
Auburn 43, Georgia Toch. 0.
Michigan Aggies 46, Olivet 2.
Ripon Coljogo 15, Cnrroll 0.
St. Mary's Col. 6. Con. Unlvorsity 0.
Transylvania 6, Georgetown Col. 6.
Iowa State" Normal 15, Codar Falls 0.
Louisiana State 6, Miss. A. & M. C.
Hamline 18, Mornlngsldo 0.
Ynlo FreBh. 6, Prlconton Fresh. 0.
Como early and avoid the rust; on
those new pennants at the' Co-op.
penalized eight times for a total of
Tho high Btands furnlshoj a splen
did view of the field and there was
not a person on the stands but could
see the entire field of play.
"King" Colo rushed on the field when
tho gamo was finished and embraced
Captain Harvey as a mothor Would
gather a returning son in her arms.
Rooting leaders, Montgomery, Bell,
south sldo it was greeted with great
cheering and several university yellb.
union station and the crowd of 500 stu
dents from the Iowa State school did
The special train carrying tho Ames
rootors was lato in arriving at the
not reach Dletz park until Nebraska
had scored Its first touchdown.
Beforo the game the cheering was
nil for Nebraska, because of the late
ness of the arrival of the Ames root-
Tuesday, 10 Convocation, ,Dr. H. H.
. " Powers, '"Theory and Practice."
Freshman class meeting, 11:30 a. m.
Thursday, 12 Seniors meet. Me
morial hall, 11:30 a. m.
Saturday, 14 -Kansas-Nebraska foot
Saturday, 1 Hastings-Nebraska foot
County Fair In the Armory.
Wednesday, 25 Thanksgiving receBB
begins at 6 p. m.
Thursday, 26 WAbash-Nebraska foot-
ball game, -
Wednesday, 2 Nebraska-Carlisle
Friday, 4 Officers hop at Lincoln1
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