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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TUB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA. I,
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1908.
GAIN IN COLLEGE MEN.
vlous of tho progress mado by tho
olhor, olthpr Agriculturally or physc
Educationally, each 'Btato b'oaBta of
Its' bother b'llc "school system and
boHbrnlvVrflity hnt, othjsr hlghor in
atitutlOHB , of .learnlugs agrlclturuljy.
each botiHtB of Its Buporlor lands and
crop production; physically, KnnsnB
has tha ilold to horaclf, If football In
tho past g n, criterion.
KiuiHnB and Missouri hnvo mot on
tho athloticj flold and matched their
strength and skill lh hard, fought foot
ball gamoB for tho past Bcvonteoh
yoare. Tho tlgora ahd Jayhnwkers mot
for tho first tlmo on tho football field
at Kansas City on Thanksgiving Day
In 1801. Out of Bovontcen consocutlve
contests MlsBOiirl has won only three.
KanBOB has been victorious In twelvo
gnmes and twlco notther could claim
ClmracterlBtio of tlgorflr -courage
novor falls. Each year Mlsaourl on
to, s tho field of battlo enthusiastically.
ThlB year thoro uro reasons for ho
llo vlng that Kansas will go down in
dofeal and Missouri will shout: "Wa
hnvo mot tho enemy nnd
ours " Tho Mlssourlan.
WORK AT STATE f ARM
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THt VAMIYENGAGES IN SHOflT
QRIMfAQE YESTERDAY. .!
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AN ALUMNI GAME IS PROPOSED
la Proposed to Substitute for the"
Hastings Game a Contest With
an Alumni Term of Star
Nebraska Players. '
noL Princeton nnd Pennsylvania tiro
holdlrig their own, both In tho North
Atlantic section and elBowhorq. ThlB
Is tho conclusion of Rudolph Tombo,
Jr., reglBtrnr of Columbia, who haB
compiled a census of tho cologe men
of Amorlcu. Ho finds, too, that they
arc making their greatest galna In the
Nortlj Central stales, whoro cordpo
tttlon of state unlvorslties Is closest.
Eastern students, liowovor, nro com
ing In Increasing numbers to tho
colleges. further woBt; Michignn show
ing a gain of 116 alnco last yoar.
Harvard and Columbia are ah'-md In
tho eastern stateB, but none of tho bIx
draw aB -many na two-hlrds of their
students from tholr homo stateB, ex
cept Pennsylvania, which hns 67 por
cent. Tho percentage In the middle
woat la much largor, reaching 93 por
cent In Illinois nnd Missouri and 91
per cent Irr Ohio. Columbia It at
tracting a rapidly growing body of
students from tho South, whllo Har
vard's greatest gains last year wero
Next, to fhplr own universities, Ar
kansas4 and Oklahoma .send most stu
agents to the Uniyeraity of Missouri.
Kansas send most to Michigan, thou
Missouri , Prom Missouri tho great
est nunibers go to Michigan, Ynlo,
Hnryurd, Illinois and Coluinbla. Tho
Manager Eager is experiencing a
grout deal of troublo In keeping foot
ball posters on tho fonco near tho
gates, and ho is "laying" for tho cul
prits who aro causing thorn to dis
appear. Ho has about come to tho
conclusion that the peoplo who are
stealing theso bannors aro freshmon,
and ho la going to boo that they aro
caught. Ho 1mB dovised a scheme by
which ho thinks they can bo captured,
and ho has Just put It in operation.
Ho wants to warn tho peoplo who
hnvo been connected with the acts of
stealing to bo on the lookout: "Somo
thing is liable to drop."
FORM A BASKET BALL LEAGUE.
Teams, of Missouri Valley Organize at
Kansas City Tuesday.
At a meeting of roprosontatlvcs
from Nebraska. Missouri, Kansas,
Washington, Drake, nnd Amos hold at
tho CoatOB hotel In Kansas City Tuob
day morning a Missouri valloy basket
ball leaguo was organized, with pro
fessor Ewerhadt as prosldent and Dr.
Clapp of Nebraska as secretary. Tho
Intor-colloglnte rules wero adoptod and
n schodulo arrnngod.
Tho schools wore dlvldod Into two
sections a southorn and u northern.
In the former Missouri, Kunaas and
Washington will bo Included. Ne
braska, Ames and Drnko will compose
The Cornhusker braves worked at
the Stato farm last night and did
aomo scrimmago work for the first
time since they roughed it with tho
Ames aggregation in Omaha last Sat
urday Tho stiffening effects of that
exhausting struggle are growing loss
and lead apparent. YeBterday only
three of the fifteen players who par
ticipated in tho Ames game failed to
show up at practice. Those who did
put in an appearance got into signal
practice with a vim and they are rap-
aro idly maBtorlnc tho now formations
which Coach Colo has Invented for
the Kansas gamo. Tho three Corn
huakers who nro not yot roportlng for
practice aro Chaloupka, Beltzor nnd
"Big Bill" was used none too gently
by the Iowa farmers and ns a natural
consequence ho is nursing a protty
3tiff knee. Evidently they didn't ap
prove of tho manner In which BUI car
ried the ball through their lino as
heartily as did the Nebraska rooters,
and they adopted vigorous means with
which to put a atop to it. Howevor,
William ulun t stop until the gamo
did, but he hub a painful reminder of
his brilliant work in tho shape of his
Other members of tho team are also
suffering from injuries which were
contracted either at Omaha or at
games played earlier in tho Benson.
Harry Minor 1b troubled with a pain
ul side caused by being kneed during
tho Iowa .game. His Injury was mend
ing splendidly until tho Ames gamo,
when nnpther knock In tho same place
made It worse than evor. A harness
Is being made for him now so that If
his condition pormlts ho may par
ticipate in tho Kansas game without
fear of further Injury.
Temple received a badly strained
arm in Saturday's game and ho has
been unablo to play this week, but
expects to bo In shapo by Saturday
so that If occasion demands It he will
bo able to participate in tho game.
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"Bill" Johnson and "Hop" Little,
ends; "Cy" Mason nnd John West
over, tackles; Fred Hunter and Dean
Ringer, guards; Borg, center; Bar
wlck, quarter; "Dog" Eager and Itay
Elliott, halves, and Glenn Mason, full
back. Such a game would doubtless be a
great drawing card and It 1b very
possible that such an aggregation of
stars would bo able to make a good
showing against the so far undefented
Howevor, the Nebraska schedule Is
already tho hardest one Which has
been arranged In years and It 18 hnrd
ly probable that Coach Cole would
stand for tho aubstitution of ao hard
a game as tills for a contest as easy
as the Hastings game promised to be.
It is thought that the chances of in
juring some of his players so soon
before tho Wabash and Carlisle games
would prejudice Coach Cole against
tho idea. At present the mattor Is
CLUB TO INITIATE.
north central states, including Mia
souri, sent. 2,282 students to the alx
eastern universities last year. Mich
igan leads In Illinois, Indiana, Kansas,
Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, South Da
kota and tho far west, whoro Harvnrd
Therd Is a remarkable Increase In
tho foreign students In American col
leges. Except Great Britain, few
como from Europe, tho majority being
from South America and Asln. Out of
1,206 at fifteen leading universities, In
cluding the alx In tho east and Missouri,
Canada sent 210, Japan 112, China 139,
Mexico 90, Cuba 67, Great Britain nnd
Ireland CO, Argentine GG, and India
54. "Harvard has most from North
America, Columbia from Great Britain
and Missouri from Moxlco.
MISSOURI VS. KANSA8.
Tho rivalry between Missouri and
Kanaas over football la, in some degree
a survival of- tho border warfare be
tween tho two states during tho time
previous to tho civil war.
In 1854, when the race, for Kansas
between tljp anti-slavery and tho pro
slavery parties was made, Mlsaourl
was, yorx active, on the aide of tho
pro-afavery party. This jealoua 'spirit
between the "Border -Ruffians" and
thQy'Bickllemjbllcans" has, '-not on
tiroyj subsided,; fo each state Is en-
the other dj vision. Ench team in onch
division will play four games with
evory other team in Ita section.
Th'o toam winning typ most games
In its section will play tlxo wlnnors
of tHo othor scctfpn for tho champion
ship of tho Missouri valloy confer
ence., Nebraska's tentative schedule Is ns
Ames at Lincoln, January 1546.
Drako at Lincoln, January "22-23.
Drake at DeB Moines, February
Ames nt Ames, February 12-13.
The above schedule will includo the
games in tho championship soiios.
Other games will bo played and tho
Nebraska schodulo as "now arranged
will include the following contests: .
Kansas at Lincoln, January 8-9.
Kansas at Lawrence, January 29-30.
Missouri at Lincoln, February 1-2.
Minnesota at Lincoln, February 5-6.
Minnesota at Minneapolis, February
Missouri has a, freshman this year
who flve'.yeaVa ao didn't knovf a pro
noun from ' ari ana'pestlc-' foot. He
has educated himself In the Interlni
Tho newspaper department of 'tho
state historical aoclety has just, re
ceived 'from Judge M, B. Ddyls.'of Ne
braska City, his flies of the Beatrice
T l.lt !." Anns. ...! 1
jiupuuicun irpm lopu to lovt. 4 1 ,
rhe scrimmage last evening was of
only a few minutes duration and It
wns something of a disappointment.
Only ono more day remains before the
Jnyhawkers como- nnd this- week's
will not have boon a very satisfactory
preparation for them unlosa consider
able ia done today and tomorrow.
"King" Colo wns sorely disappoint
ed yesterday at tho failure of the
freshmen to show up for prnctico. Up
until four thirty only seven members
of the freshman team had appeared,
apd when enough finally did material
ize to mako up a full toam thoro was
not enough time left for satisfactory
Without opposltipu tlio 'varsity can
not hope to dqvolopo a strong defense
or to perfect now playa for tho- re
maining gnmes of tho season. Conse
quently It ia Just as essential to tho
success of "King" Cole nnd the team
that the freshmen turn out for prac
tice as It Is for tho 'varsity men them-'
selvos to put in a regular appearance.
Game VVIth Alumni. -
Considerable interest has, grown up
in football circles within tho last day
or two over the announcement that
instead of mooting Hastings college a
week from Saturday tho 'varsity
would plash with a teajn mado "up' ot
star; alumni. s The proposed line , up,
of tliis,' alumni team is! as follows:?
r - 1 v . - .
Thursday, 12 Serilora meet.
morlal hall, 11:30 a. m.
Convocation, Dean H. B. Ward,
Kansas rally at Memorial hall,
Saturday, 14 Kansas-Nebraska foot
Sunday, 15 Captain Jack Crowford
at Men's Meeting, Oliver, 3:30.
Tuesday, 17 Convocation, Mrs. Bur-
ress-Funke,. song recital
Thursday. 19 Dvorak's New World
Symphony. String quartet and
Saturday, 21 Hastlngs-NebraBka foot
County Fair in the Armory.
Wednesday, 25 Thanksgiving receas
begins at G p. m.
Thuisday, 26 Wabash-Nobraska foot
Weduesday, 2 Nebraska-Carlisle foot
Friday, 4 Officers' hop at Lincoln
Washington and Missouri Men Plan
Members of tho , Kappa Be(a Phi,
tho fraternity of "flunks" of Washing
ton university of St. Louis, wJU come
to Columbia- with the football . team ,
next Saturday JLo Initiate the. Missouri
university "flunks" and "failures?
The Kappa Beta. Phi, according to
press dispatches, will soon- -branch
out and be a. national fraternity.. Sim- -liar
organizations have been prmed.
nt the United States naval academy,
at Annapolis and. Tufts coTlogp hi
Massachusetts, It will be the aim
of the founders of tho movement to
combine nil these, with the chapter
nt Missouri university of men who
have hod trouble with the discipline,
committee, Into one national body.
Tho Missouri university crowd,
news dispatches say. offered such
good proofB'of tlieir lack of scholastic
standing that tho Washington unlver-r
slty crowd.. qgreod to give them mem-,
berehip. Alf, Qf the Kappa Beta, Phh? '
of St Louis' will "Cut" claaaoa to go"
with the' team, as no member Is al--'
owed to miss a chanco to-aklp Or class.
Tho Mlsspur!an.irt ,
CARLI8LE TEAjTRICKY BUNCH
Redskin Jersey "atint" of FeA Years
Ago q Recalled.
The Carlisle Indian, 4s thq real thing
in football puzzles You. never know
what surprise he's going to spring till
vou get on. tho field with him. And
this year ho .has concocted a scheme
that is about as unique as anything
over devised on tho gridiron.
Evory one of thp Carliple backs and
end3 tho players who un with tho4
ball rhns a largo brown football knit
In the jersey he weirs. so that tho
opposing players have to keep their
eyes peeled or they. may be going
ifter the wrong man. and tackling
somebody else while tho man with the 1
ball keeps roorrljy on toward, tJto goal.
This trick recalls tho gamo whbre
the Carlisle redskins tacked iho ball'
under tho sweater 'oh ono. 'of1 their
nqmber and ho ran down t,ho field unr
moleCpd to a touchdoyw against Har
vard, almply because tho crimson play
ers didn't know wherbUhoxDall Was. "
Then tho rules committee got togothor "
and,amonded football legislation ap- .
that it, is no longer permuted ,to com .
ceal thd ball. ' v
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is on it.
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