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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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, FlrBt Trust & Savings
. ' J. 0 Wood & Co.
Magoo & Doomer
.. Palac Clothing Co.
Spolor Sc Simon
Armstrong Clotblng Co.
Lincoln Candy Kltchon
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Mlllor & Palno
Iludgo & Guonzol
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FURNISHINGS ' '
Magoo & Doomor K -Mayor
Palaco Clotblng Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clotbing Co.
, Armstrong Clotbing Co.
Magoo- Ss Deomor M n
' Mayor Bros. 1
: -Palaco Clothing Co. "w
' RadgQ. & Guonzol
Spolor & Simon
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Van Tino '
I Boston Luncb
Y. M. C. A. Spa
Goodyear Raincoat Co.
Rogers & Perkins
Mayer Bros. y
Miller & Paine
Skirt Store , I
, N Elliott Bros.
Lincoln Typewriter Ex.
Underwood Typewriter Co.
Continued from Pago 1
NEDRA8KA WINS FROM
KNOX BY BIQ 8C0RE
bono mado four and Boltzor ono. No
braska tried an on-slde kick, which
wbb recovered by Knox on hor fifteen
yard lino. Gates again puntod out of
bounds on Knox's twqnty-flvo-yard
line. Bontloy made three yards and
then fumblod. Gates punted to
Franck, who mado a fair catch on
Knox's forty-five-yard lino. Franck
mado twolvo yards around left. Harto
made five. A forward pasB'by Beltzer
wnB caught by Purlngton. Gated
punted to Beltzer, who made a fair
catch on tho forty-two-yard line.
Franck tried for a place kick, but
Knox'B ball on hor own twenty-five-yard
lino. An attomptod on-sldo kick
blocked. Nebraska's ball. Franck
made two yards. McCullough made a
fierce tackle and Boltzor lost Hoven.
Knox again Intercepted n forward
pass on hor own thirty-yard line.
Gates punted high in tho air, the ball
rolling backwards, and was recovered
by Nebraska on Knox's ten-yard line.
Boltzor made five yards. Rathbone
mado two, and Templo went over for
a touchdown. Franck kicked goal.
Score: Nebraska 6, Knox 0.
Smith kicked off to Franck, who re
turned thirty yards. Franck made
twenty yards. Beltzer mado three.
Bontloy lost fivo. Beltzer punted to
Knox's forty-five-yard line. Knox
failed to gain and Gates punted to
Bentley on Nebraska's thirty-yard
lino. Bontloy mado three yards. Bolt
zor wont around right end for thirty
yardB on a fake punt. Franck made
bIx. Temple mado fifteen. Harte
nmdo eight. Nebraska was tearing
great holes In Knox'B lino. Rathbone
wont through center for fifteen.
Franck made two and Harto went over
for ' the Becond touchdown, after
twolvo minutes, of play. Franck
Score: Nebraska 12, Knox 0.
Nebraska Scores Easily.
Smith again kicked olT to Rathbone,
who returned thirty yards. Rathbone
made seven. Templo mado twelve.
Knox penalized for off-sldo. Knox
caught an on-Bide kick and Gates
punted twenty yards to Bentley. Bent
loy made eleven yards. Knox again
off-sldo. Franck mado two yards.
Beltzer made u beautiful forward pass,
which Bentley pulled down out of the
air and then ran twqnty-flve yards for
Scoro: Nebraska 18, Knox 0.
Smith kicked off to Boltzer, who re
turned twenty-five yards to Nebraska's
thlrty-flve-yard line. Boltzor punted to
Knox's forty-fivo-yard line. A few ex
changes of punts were made, tho ball
finally resting on Nebraska's fifty-yard
lino. Rathbone made eight, Harto one
and Franck seven. Beltzer and Bent
ley both loBt. Beltzer tried an on
slde kick, which was recovered by
Magor, who ran twenty yards for a
touchdown, after twenty minutes of
play. Franck missed goal.
Score: Nebraska 23, Knox 0.
Franck Makes Place-Kick.
Gntes kicked off to Franck, who re
turned tho kick to Knox's twenty
yard line. Knox lost fifteen yards on
a failed forward pass. Gates punted
to Beltzer, who made a fair catch.
Franc kicked goal from placement on
tho twenty-four-yard line.
Scoro: Nebraska 26, Knox 0.
This endod the scoring In tho first
Chauner went In at left end for
Johnson. Knox kicked off to Rath
bone, who returned to Nebraska's
twonty-flve-yard line. Beltzer punted
twenty-flvo yards. Chauner recovered
tho ball. Bontloy made six. Temple
made thirty yards off loft' tackle.
Harto made six, Franck two and
Rathbone five. Rathbone was penal
ized for hurdling. On-slde kick re
covered by Knox. Gates punted to
Bentley on the fifty-yard line. Franck
mado eight yards. Temple went
through for forty-two yards and a
touchdown, but was called back for
hurdling. A forward pass Beltzer to
Bentley, gained seventeen yards.
Temple gained one. Franck kicked a
beautiful goal from placement on the
Scoro: Nebraska 29, Knox 0,
8turtznegger went in for Beltzer.
Smith kicked tho ball straight at Elli
ott, who made a great -catch and re
turned tUp ball to tho filly-yard lino.
Bentley and Sturznegger each gained
ten, and Templo flvo yards. An at
tempted forward pass was caught by
McCullough, but Magor saved a touch
down by a sensational flying tackle.
8ubs Go In.
"Smith punted to Bontley on Nebras
ka's twenty-flve-yard line. Hascall
went In for Bentley. Hascall mado
five yards and Sturtznegger ono. An
on-slde kick was caught by Knox, and
Gates punted to Nebraska's thirty-
yard line. Franck puntod over Pur
Ington's head to Knox's twenty-five-yard
line. Colo now mndo many
changes. Splelmoyer went In for
Elliot, Dobson for Harto, Sturmer for
Shonka, Gutburlet for Wenstrand and
Anderson for Franck. The scrubs
fought bard and carried the ball
straight dawn the field until finally
Rathbone wbb shoved over for tho last
Score: Nebraska 34, Knox 0.
After a few minuteH' more hard play
in which the BiibB were having all tho
best of It time was called by agree
ment with the ball In Nebraska's pos
session on Knox's thirty-yard line.
McCullough 1. e Johnson
Smith 1. 1 Harto
Heubens 1. g Elliot
Swanson (c) c Shonka
Barclay r. g Wenstrand
Ryner r. t Temple
.Miller r. e Magor
Purlngton q. b 4 . . Bentley
Gates 1. h Beltzer (e.)
Slough r. h Rathbone
Hatch f. b Franck
Time of halves, 25 minutes. Officials,
Cornell referee, Irwin umpire, Lampe
field judge, Clavenger head linesman.
Substitutes: Nebraska Chauner,
Splelman, Sturznegger, Hascall, But
berlet, Dobson, Stunner, Anderson.
CAPT. WORKIZER HAS
IDEAS ON UNIFORMS
FORMER COMMANDANT CALLS AT
TENTION TO ERROR.
MADE NO ONE OfflCIAl PURVEYOR
Declares That He Favored Pershlngs
Only Because They Were Sell
ing Best Uniforms Offered
Captain John G. Worklzer, comman
dant of the cadet battalion for four
years, ending last September, writes
from Philadelphia anent his attitude
towards the sale of cadet uniforms by
the Pershing Rifles.
Captain Worklzer denies that any
agreement was entered Into, either of
ficially or tacitly, whereby the Per
shlngs ' became the ofllclal ' purveyors'
of uniforms. His letter follows:
Philadelphia, Oct. 9, 1909.
Dear Sir: You state In your Ibbuo
of the 6th Inst, that It Is very prob
able that an agreement -with a former
commandant was relied upon to make
the Pershing Rifles the ofllclal pur
veyor of uniforms.
There was no such agreement. I
agered to afford the Pershing Rifles
every" opportunity to sell their uni
forms to cadets' subject to tho same
restrictions as were placed upon deal
That all uniforms were sold to
cadefs subject to my inspection as to
quality, fit, and uniformity.
I furnished such dealers as desired
specifications, and willingly called at
their places of business and gave them
my opinion on their samples. They
were afforded a place in my office to
exhibit their samples. No distinction
was made between the Pershing Rifles
and the dealers except that store
room was furnlphed the Pershlngs. No
dealer asked me for atore-room. They
preferred to have tho cadets go to
their regular places of business as the
uniforms were simply used as a means
to advertise their other stock.
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istration that the Pershing Rifles sold
uniforms, I recommended to those
cadets who asked my opinion tho tinl
forms sold by the Pershing Rifles, as
they were undoubtedly the best to bo
had In ' Lincoln. Had somo other
dealer presented a better one, I
should have recommended that.
All things being equal, I, of course,
-would recommend that the cadets pur
chase from the Pershing Rifles.
JNO. G. WORKIZER,
Capt. 2nd Inf.
REQUESTS REPORT OF SICKNE88.
University Plans to Better Safeguard
the Health of Students.
By a bulletin yesterday sent out to
tho larger'roomlng houses of the city
caring for university students, the
committee on student organlations re
quests that all cases of sickness of
students be reported to the registrar's
office. This action is taken that the
health of students may be better safe
guarded and that all cases may be
properly cared for. The university has
no infirmary, but patients needing at
tention -will be sent to the city hos
pitals. Following Is the bulletin Issued by
tho committee. .
"The university authorities are
making a special effort to guard the
health of the student body. In order
to do this at all effectively, the co
operation of those with -whom students
are lodged is necessary.
"It Is requested that all caseB of
sickness, contagious . or otherwise,
among students or in student rooming
houses be reported at once to the reg
istrar's office. This office has both
telephones, Bell 221, Automatic 3505.
The registrar, will see that all Infor
mation furnished is referred to those
in charge of this work."
Susan Plllsbury, '97, is on a loavo
of abBonce- from the Lincoln high
school for the first semester. She is
traveling in Europe.
THE THREE MAN-HATERS IN
AT THE "OLIVER.' A AT IO
WED. MAT. AND LVE. Ulf I IO
SOPH ELECTION IS P08TPONED.
Mass Meeting Thursday Will Interfere
With 8econd Year Meeting.
On account of tho football rally to
be held Thursday morning, tho sopho
more meeting for tho election of of
ficers will bo postponed to Tuesday at
11:30 a. m.
President Thomas lost week called
the meeting for next Thursday. When
learned yesterday that the football
men planned a rally for that date, he
called the meeting off. At the Tues
day Besslon a president for tho cur
rent semester will bo elected. Lomax
and Powers aro tho announced candi
dates. RHODE8 8CHOLAR8HIP EXAMS.
To Be Held In Administration Build
ing October 19 ancl 20.
The next Nebraska examination of
candidates for the Rhodes scholarship
in England will bo held on October
19th and 20th, In room 204 Administra
tion building, the University of Ne
braska, Lincoln, These examinations
will be In charge of Professor P. W.
Sanford of tho University of- Nebraska
and Professor L. D. Swingle of Wes
leyan University. Examinations begin
promptly at 9 a. m. on TueBday, Oc
tober 19, no candidate being admitted
later than one-half hour after the des
ignated time. Following Is tho time
schedule of examinations:
Tuesday, October 19. 9 a. m. to 11
a. m., Translation from Latin into
English; 1 p. m. to 3 p. m., Latin
Prose; 4 p. m. to 6 p. m.,' Arithmetic.
Wednesday, October 20. 9 a. m. to
11 a. m., Translation from Greek into
English; 1 p. m. to 2 p. m., Latin
Grammar; 2:10 p. m. to 3:10 p. m.,
Greek Grammar; 4 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Algebra or Geometry.
Frank Mlolenz, '99, ltf now cashier
of the Dexter State Bank, Dexter, Now
Mexico. ' .Mr. Mlelenz was at one time
private secretary to ox-Chief ' Justice
John J. Sullivan of the supremo court
of Nebraska. "'
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