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THE DAILY NEBRASKA
WILL PUY ALL MEN
4 n'nsylvania pays no atten
tion TO MICHIGAN PROTESTS.
MICHIGAN LOSES ITS fUUBACK
Father JkWatfclns t
HlkJBon to Pfay In
'. ' . Inn-Irk
Refute to Allow
the Big Game
at Ann 'Arbor Sat- '
PFJlLA.DEr.PHIA, Pa., Nov. 11.
Five thousand Pennsylvania Btudonts
and Bympathltora cheored tho Ponn
fcotball toaini today as It dopartod for
Ann 'Arbpr, Mlch.,.whcro it will moot
the Michigan football tcaua on Satur-
Ponn will Ignore tho uwerouB pro
testa from Dotrolt and Ann Arbor and
will play Capt. Hollonbock and Drapor,
tho' bfg taoklo.
The, standing of both of thoao play
ura baa boon qut&tlonod Homl-orflelaHy
by Michigan, but tho.Quakor collogo
does not bollovo that olthor man Is In
' ' Michigan.
AfclN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 10. Tho
Hatlsfactlon qauspd by tho improvo
ment of tho 'varsity during tho lost
fow wooks rQColved.a sovdro jolt this
nfterrioon In tho battlo with tho
HcrubB. In a sorlmmogo of forty-five
minutes tho roaotvoB rolled up 24
points to IZ. n)ndjo.by tho flrBt toam.
TJio coaches- art, reticent regarding
the. dqfont of the rogulars, bntitSs re
norte'd that tho working of" Pennsyl
vania 'formations, by tho scrubs cauaod
tho varsity's ombarrasaraont. Ben
brook and Casey wore tho principal
offqndprs in allowing tho scrubs gains.
Yost said tonight the scrubs showod
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up. stronger than over beforo, and it
looks to him llko An oven break this
afternoon. ! ;
It was Ih tho first part of play that
the scrubs scored easily. Later the
vnrsit'y line sMffoncd, allowing ho
gains." Oh tho offonstvo tho old stand
ard was maintained,
Another sotback rocolvod today was
the final rofuual olfMr. Watklns, fath
or or tho 'varslty fullback, to allow his
son's participation lb tho game. Ifor
this roason Davison will bo rotalncd
nt full and JRannoy at right end. Tho
men played to Yost's satisfaction Is
tho now positions.
CHICAGO, Nov. 11. Poor physical
condition on tho part of tho maroons
may turn tho tldo of b'attlo against
the Midway toam In Saturday's Cor
noll-tfhtcago, game at Marshall field,
according to Coach A. A. Stngg. Tho
coach's latost "gloom" was caused yos
torday by the injury of Elliott, tho
maroon loft guard, and the Indisposition:-"of
three othor mombcrs of the
'Elliott, who was fiiatod to appear at
loft guard against tho Ithacans,
spralnod his right shoulder in making
a vIcIoub tacklo at a momber of the
freshman toam In defensive scrim
mage. It was thought ho had broken
his collar bono, but Dr. Raycroft re
ported after an examination that no
bones had boon fractured. Tho lino-
man, howovor, will bo laid up for tho
rest of tho week, nnd Is not oxpectcd
to recover In tlmo lor the gamo.
The other mombers of the hospital
squad wero Cautaln Stoffou. Pago and
Schommor. Stoffon's klcklnjr lesr
falled to Improvo, whllo tho maroon
onds both showed up with Incipient
cases of "grlppo." Whllo tho trio of
rogulars will bo In tho gamo, Stagg bo
lloves their work will bo slowed up
considerably by their poor shape.
ITHACA, N. Y Nov. 11. Dripping
with water and covorcd with mud
from hoad to foot, tho Cornell 'varsity
and scrubs 'Scrimmaged for thlrty-flvo
minutes out ofna threo. hour practice
this afternoon under tho worst condi
tions of tho year.
Tho team played snappy ball, how
over, nnd tho now plays wore run well.
Tho scrubs fought stubbornly and they
knew the 'varsity plays, but the heavy
attack of tho back' flold coupled with
tho nowly inspired lines was alto
gether too much for thorn. Captain
Waldor crashed through tot ono touch
down, whllo Mowo broke loose'and-got
a clear flold on a now formation for
Tho lino was drilled an hour, whllo
tho onds wero glvon caroful instruc
tions in dofenslve formations doslgned
to break up Chicago's open play. It
was learnod today that Coach Larkln
was tho man who coached the Car
lisle Indian onds to break up Chicago's
offonso In the Indian game last year,
and the Cornoll men took heart at
Thoro will bo no changos in the line
up against Chicago. Caldwell, Hoff
man and Shoror wero In tho gamo to,
day, but they aro being carefully
groomod for the contest with tho ma
ropns. Tho lino, howover, was reg
ular. Notre Dame.
NOTRE DAME, Ind.. Nov. 11. Do
Ian returned from Richmond today
without Capt. Mlllor, bringing back
word that tho captain's arm is in such
bad shapo that ho will bo unable to
appear In Friday's contest with Wa
bash. Lynch also will be out becauBO
of an injury to his oyo. McDonald
Ib the tlllrd crlpplo, tho speedy back
having strained tho muscles in his
loft leg abovo the knoo In scrimmage
this afternoon. Palno. has quit the
team. The, result of the scrimmage
was a blank score. Collins, Sullivan
ind Phllbrook showed romarkablo
form in tho line for tho seconds and
they were placed on tho regular team
In tho signal practice tnat followed.
Tho Marquette gamo has boon sched
uled for Milwaukee on Thanksgiving
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 11. "Got
Slnnock" is the war cry at Purdtfo.
Tho fobtball men werd put through
i vigorous workout this afternoon.
Coach Spelk, expressed satisfaction
it the manner in which tho 'varsity
went through' the signals and later
put up a flerco game against the
scrubs. Purdue fours Slnnock 'and
ovory man will bo Instructed to kpop
hla eyes on tho Illlnl back noxt Satur
day. Wyaht, who was hurtfat,&brth.;.
wostorn, will bo out of tho gamo.
Sponcor will roplacc him. Rochford
and Sparks will play on Saturday,
Coach Spolk will uso a now sot of
plays against Illinois.
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 11. A
hordo of coachos watched tho tigers
got thoir fill ot strenuous work today.
Among their number woro Captain
John D.pwltt, '03; Captain Waltor.
Foulko, '06; Bill Church, '07, and
Philip King, '03. Tho two twonty-mln-uto
Bcrlmmagos woro dosppratoly
fought, and for tho first tlmo this soa-
son tho 'varsity showed scoring powor,
piling up flvo touchdowns on tho
scrims. Tho offonso was workod con
tinually. Tho first toam kept possession of
tho ball In splto of tho strong scrub
cloven, which opposed it. On tho scrub
woro Eddlo Hnrt, tho froshman star,
and McCrohan,. tho big full back, who
was rologatod to tho scrub from tho
'varsity yostorday. Tho latter played
a good dofonslvo gamo, but tho 'var
sity backs and a great many wero
tried out woro unusually nlmblo In
picking their openings.
Bard and Pfolffer mado several long
runs. Tho formor was a quarter back
for ono period and at half back tho
othor. Ho gavo a flno exhibition of
open flold running and llko tho other
bacTTfiold candidates has an oxcollent
chnnco tor got in against Yale. With
the oxcoptipn of" tho backfleid, tho
team is solocted. Tlgbott and Road
rested, up today, Cunningham, DawsonT
Pfolffer, Bard, 'longenBpann and Coxo
doing all tho backflold ulay.
A LECTURE ON VENETIAN ART.
Dr. Powers Concludes His 8erles In
Temple With Good Talk.
Dr. Powers gavo tho last of his ser
ies of lectures nt the Toraplo last
night, taking ns bis subject "Vonotlan
Art." In Introduction be rovlowod,
briefly, Its history. Early Venetian art,
ho said, was confined to panel paint
ings, whoso flat figures against a gold
en background expressed, not boauty
and character of facial oxproBslon, but
rnthor tho boauty of gorgeous color
ing. During tho early Renasslanco tho
flatness gradually disappeared, and
tho flguros becamo moro human,
though gorgoousness of color . and
magic use of light and, shadow, still
i John Bellini, Titian's toachor, was
the first Vonotlan artist to put tho
breath of life Into his figures. Ho
was tho painter of Madonnas as ox
pressing, In their quiet, beautiful faces,
tho spiritual elements of Christianity.
Glorgione, a follow pupil with Titian
under John Bolllnl, but later his hated
rival, alonp of all Vonotlan artists had
that profound,' sympathetic lovo of
haturo which makes his landscapes
pulse with life, and stamp them as im
Titian, his contemporary, showed,
especially. In his earlier work, tho in
fluence of both John Bellini and Qior
glono, though his Madonnas express
not so much a spiritual as a strong,
majestic, splendid typo of worldly
womanhood, and his landscapos,
'though beautiful, are somowhat con
ventional nnd subordinate always to
Titian oxcellod, howovor, in por
traiture Ho was probably the great
est paitttor of men's faces that the
world has ever produced. As different
artists Invariably see in thoir modols
something of their own personality;
be it tho man as scholar, as prlost,
as artisan so Titian saw always in
man that predominating elomont oi
his own being the master. Whether
state official or personal friend, Ti
tian's portraits always reveal man, tho
Dr. Powers is a scholarly man with
a complete and extended knowledge
of his subject, and tho ability to pro
sent It in an interesting and compre
hensive manner. It Is only to bo re
gretted that so few of tho studonts
took advantage of this opportunity to
hear him. '
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8ENTATION POh THE GAMES.
CLEVER BOXERS AND WRESTLERS
A List of the Rule Which Have Been
Adopted by the Committee to
Govern the "Olympic" Con
tests on Saturday.
A rousing mass meeting of tho soph
omores has been called for Friday
night at 5 o'ciock at Memorial hall.
Tho objoct of tho meeting is to arouso
entnusiasm In the intorclass gamos
botweon tho freshles and tho sophs
at Antolope park Saturday morning at
0 o clock. Speoches will lso mado by
mombers of the class and tho repre
sentatives for tho boxing and wrest
ling matches havo been announcod.
Preliminary tryouts for tho sopho-.
mores woro' held -last night at Me
morial hall. In the cross-country or
Marathon race there woro clgnt en
tries, the men finishing in tho ordor
nnmed: Monlck, Ashbury, Cussack,
Dlnsmoro and Drako. These mon will
compose tho sophomore team. A large
number have entered the boxing and
wrestling matches and some vory good
work was pulled off. " Woavorllng
boxed "Reed, Sadillck boxod Kdapp,
nnd. Mathewson had a go with ndor
son. Neither tho boxing nor wrestling
preliminaries wero comploted and will
bo hold again today and tomorrow.
Tho tug-of-war toam is captalnod by
Albert Poolo and comprises such
huskies as Collins, Sturmor, Elliott,
Hnscall, 'Sadillck, Knnpp and Tindali.
iq Indications aro that nearly every
sophomoro will be in tho llno-up for
tno battle royal.
Tho following is a brief summary of
the rules adopted by tho committee
from both classes. Tho "Olympics"
'shall ba hold at Antelopo park on No
vember 14. Tho management of tho
games Is in the hands of the uppor
classmon, who will appoint commit
tees to look after the raattor. Tho
sophomores aro to woar a scarlet band
on their ankle and the froshmon a
whlto band. The order of events fol
low, the first one being called at 9
1. Lightweight boxing and wrestling.
2. Finish of Marathon race.
3. Middle-weight boxing and 'wrest
ling. 4. Tug of wnr.
0. Hqavy-wolght boxing and wrost
ling. 6. "Battlo royal."
In scqrfng, tho "battle royal" will
count 35 points, the tug-of-war 15, tho
Marathon 10, 5, 3 and 1; each class in
tho boxing and wrestling 5 points.
In boxing very heavy glovos (12
ouncoaro to be used, so no ono can
bo sorlously hurt. Wrestling -will bo
catch-as-catch-can, threo bouts of
seven minutes each. Tho Marathon.
raco starts at Fairvlow with the finish
at the park, a distance of threo miles,
tho course to bo announced later.
Four places will count. In the tug ot
war thoro win be ten men on a side
and a flvo minute pulh
Tho officials are as follows:
Road reforee D. F. McDonald.
Umpires W. W. WalBh and H.
Tlmokooper Dr. Condra.
Scorors H. O. Bell and F.
Announcer S. P. Dobbs.
JudgQs of boxing "iving" Cole and
Judge of wrestling Georgo Plnneo
Fifteen linesmen and. ton guards of
Juniors and seniors for each sldo dur
ing tho battlo royal.
Tonight In Dr Condra's ofllco iho
final meeting of tho committee from
all of tho classes will bo held. Tho
question of tho ollgibjlity of thtk feh
man laws is still giving some trouble.
Final action will be takou tonight.
Utah, agricultural collogo has insti
tuted student control with marked
success Onco a week the chapel hour
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