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CARLI8LE 18 VICTORIOUS
(Continued on Pago 4)
lino. Llttlo Old Man on Iwo plays
took tho ton yards at loft tacklo.
Payno added eight yardB. Payno car
rlod tho bal over on tho next pi ay.
HnuBer fallod tit goal Score No
brasltu, G; Citrl.t'e, ().
Balentl Receives the Ball.
Birknor kicked off to Dalontl on tho
Carllslo flftoen yard lino. Tho ball
was roturnod to tho 20-yard lino,
iiausor and Thorpo drow llvo yards at
loft tacklo. Dalontl punted to Boltzor
on NobniBka'B GO-yard lino. A for
ward pasB from Boltzor to Harvey
gavo Nebraska twenty yards. Tho ball
was on tho Carllalo 45-yard lino. Frum
lost on a tacklo play. Cooko mado
throe yards on an end run. Boltzor
punted to Balentl on tho Carlisle 10
yard lino. Tho ball waB roturnod to
tho UO-yard lino. Payno ran througu
tho right Bldo of tho lino for fifteen
yards. Tho Indians then, by several
plungeB at tho lino and on gains
around tho onds, took tho ball to tho
NobraBka 25-yard lino. Tboy woro pen
alized to tho Nebraska 35-yard lino.
Thorpo punted to Nebraska's 10-yard
lino. Boltzor and Chaloupku each made
Boltzor puntod Thorpo, who fum
bled at tho contor of tho field, and
Collins recovered tho ball. Cooko
loBt flvo yards on an ond run. Tho
ball was on Nebraska's 50-yard lino.
Cooko dropped tho ball and Hauser
Thorpe, Hendricks and Payno took
tho ball through tho lino to Nebras
ka's 20-yard lino. Cooke was badly
Injured and was removed from tho
game. Bentley wont n.
Hauser Gets Place Kick.
Llttlo Old Man and Hendricks
gained seven yards. Hauser mado a
place kick from the twenty-yard lino.
Score: Nebraska, 6; Carlisle, 13.
Birknor kicked off to Balentl at the
Carllalo 25-yard line. Hp was downed
in his tracks. Thorpo mado four yards
oft right tacklo. Payno dropped the
ball on tho next play but recovered the
ball. Payno punted to Minor, who
fumbled tho ball on Nebraska's 45
yard line. Thorpo caught up the ball
and ran foijty-flve yards for a touch
down. Thorpo kicked goal. Score:
Nebraska. G; Carlisle, lt. The half
ended a minute after this goal was
Both teams started the second half
with thoif line-ups Intact. Balentl
kicked off to Beltzor on the Nebraska
5-yard lino. Ho took the ball to the
20-yard lino. Miner punted to Bal
entl on tho Nebraska 50-yard lino.
Winnie waa substituted for Thorpo.
Ho mado five yards on the first play.
Llttlo Old Man and Hendrrcks car
rled the ball fifteen yards on line plays
LYON, Right Guard,
and short cud runs. Balentl punted
to Bentley on Nebraska's 10-yard line.
Miner punted back to Winnie on the
Nebraska 50-yard line. Hendricks and
Payne took tlie bull to the Nebraska
15-yard line. The Indians were pen
alized llvo yards for off-side play.
Hauser kicked to Bentley on Ne
braska's 35-yard lino. An onsldo kick
by Beltzer gave Nebraska the ball at
tho center of the field.
Nebraska Is Penalized.
Nebraska was penalized flftoen yards
on the first play for holding. Tho
ball waB on Nebraska's 45-yard line.
Miner punted to the Carlisle 50-yard
line. Collins got tho ball. Birknor
ran around loft ond for fifteen yards.
Beltzer kicked to Balontl on the Car
lisle fifteen yard line. Payno failed
on an end run. On the next play. he
punted to Bentley at tno center of
tho field. Hendricks picked up the
ball after -Bontloy fumbled it on Ne
braska's 40-yard line.
Tho Indians then, on several end
runs, took the ball down to the 10
yard lino. They carried It through to
tho 2-yard line, whore Nebraska held.
Minor punted out from behind the
goal line. Tho ball went to Carlisle
on Nebraska's 35-yard line. On two
gains tho Indians carried the oall to
tho 25-yard line, where riauser missed
a goal from placement.
Indians Work a Pass.
Minor kicked out from tho twenty-fivo-yard
lino to Balentl. Tho ball was
on tho forty yard lino of tho Corn
huskers, A forward pass from Winnie
to Balentl placed the ball on tho Ne
braska 10-yard lino. Tho Cornhusker
line could not hold and Payne went
over for a touchdown. Hauser kicked
goal. Scoro: Nebraska, 6; Carllslo,
Carlisle made several substitutes,
taking out Balentl, Hendricks, Little
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Old .Man, and putting in Kelly, Llbby
and Thomas. After the next klckoff
tho ball was soon punted to the Ne
braska 15-yard line, where Nebraska
could not advance the oval any further
than the 25-yard line. Bontley fum
bled and Carlisle took the ball. A
forward pass for twenty yards from
Llbb to Kelly gave the Indians an
other touchdown. Hauser kicked goal.
Score: Nebraska. G; Carlisle, 31.
After tlie next klckoff the Indians
got the ball on their own 40-yard
line. Kelly took the ball to the cen
ter of the Held. Hauser kicked to
Nebraska s 40-yard lino. Wauseka re
covered the ball. Hauser punted to
Nebraska's 20-yard line where Llbby
got the ball. A forward pass from
Llbby to Wauseka then gave the In
dians another touchdown. Hauser
kicked goal. Score: Nebraska, 6;
Carllslo, 37. The game ended two
minutes later with the ball In pos
session of Nobrnska on Its 30-yard
Miner, Johnson. . .le. .Kennorly, Little
Frum It. (Capt.) Wauseka
Ewlng .' lg La Roquo
Collins ,c Barrell
Harte rg Roy
Cluiloupka .rt Little Boy
Hurvoy (Capt.) ..re..i Hauser
Cooke, Bentley . . .qb. .Keller, Balontl
Beltzer, Miner Ih Thomas, Wau
Blrkner rh.Libby, Hendricks
Kroger, Temple. . . fb Payne
Reforeo, Hoagland, ex-Princeton;
umpire, Walter Eckorsall, ex-Chicago;
flold Judge, R. F. Porter, ox-Cornell;
LITTLE OLD 'MAN, Left End,
head linesman, P. D. Cornell, ox-Indiana.
Touchdowns, Kroger, Payno
(2), Thorpe, Kolloy, Wauseka. Goals
from touchdown, Harvey, Thorpo,
Hauser (3). Goals from placomont,
Hauser 2. Time of halves, 35 minutes.
ANDUEWS IS HONORED
UNIVERSITY 8ENATE PA88E8 RES
OLUTIONS OF RESIGNATION.
FACULTY REGRETS WITHDRAWAL
Services of the Chancellor as Moder
ator, Executive and Scholar
Strongly Commended by
The university senate at a meeting
est ei day afternoon passed resolu
tions of regret on the resignation of E.
Benjamin Andrews from tho chancel
lorship of the university. The senate
in these resolutions Btato their belief
In the ability of Chancellor Andrews
and they offer firm commendation for
his work at Nebraska. The text of
the resolutions follows:
"The senate desires to express and
record its deep regret that the rela
tions between Its members and their
president are about to terminate, and
to voice Its sorrow that the Impaired
health of the chancellor ninkes his re
tirement from active duties necessary.
"1. His largeness and facile dignity
in the office of moderator will be
greatly missed in our future deliber
ations. "2. The experience and fame of
Chancellor Andrews, gained in earlier
years of Bervlce as college president
and publicist, have enabled the uni
versity, since his conirectlon with It,
to be more widely known and better
recognized as an institution of learn
Ing. "3. In Chancellor Andrews the col
leges and schools constituting the uni
versity have had the services of a
wise guide and counsellor, and under
him their Inter-relations have been
conserved with a due regard for the
rights of all.
'.'1. The work of departments In ex
istence tit his inauguration has had
in him an enthusiastic supporter, and
he has giently enlarged tho Bcope and
functions of the university by the ad
diton of such new departments and
organizations as seemed called for
troin time to time.
"o. Chancellor Andrews has been
in a large sense an administrator of
the university for the educational wel
fare ot the whole state, and he has
greatly aided the university and its
sister colleges In Nebraska in main
taining relations of mutual helpfulness
"G. During his administration the
students have found In him a friend
invariably and thoroughly devoted to
their highest good.
"7. His wide and accurate scholar
ship as well us his broad-mindedness
and large-heartedness have won for
him an abiding place in the hearts not
only of the members of the various
faculties but of the people .of tho com
monwealth, us well."
Violin and Piano Recital by Mr. Au
gust Hagenow and Mr. Harold
Spanish Dance Sarasate
Humoreskl ., Dlvorak
Sou enlr Drdla
Slavonic Cradle Song Neruda
Hungarian Rhapsody Hauser
President Byerts announces the fol
lowing committee which will have
charge of tho hats and caps for the
junior class. They will meet Thurs
day In 1T108 at 11:15. Miss Florence
Riddell, chairman; Miss Jo Huso, Miss
Cornelia Moier, Miss Kato Field,
Frank Wheolock, Carl Hutchison,
Ezra Dltterllne and Fred Hoffman
"A Jew of Malta," by Christopher
Marlowe, will bo played by students
of Williams next Bpring.
Senator LaFolletto opened tho lec
ture course at Northwestern lapt week
with a lecture on "Hamlet"
The Student Volunteer Union of
New York is in convention at Syra
cuse. Over four hundred delegates
are in attendance.
Sergeant Buck, custodian of the Min
nesota armory, la-' to be given the pro
ceeds of the first cadet dance there
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Friday, 4 Officers' hop at Lincoln
Saturday, 5 Freshman Hop at Lin
Friday, 11 FreBhman law hop at Fra
Friday, 11. Nebraska-Illinois Debate,
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Friday, 8 Junior hop at Fraternity
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