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VoL IX. No. 23.
UNIVERSITY OF NBRASKAMNCOLKvTHURSDAYr OCTOBER 28 1M9..
SECRET PRACTICE NOW
ORDER OF GOACH COLE
aTARTsWond bU special plays
SOME MOVEl fORMATIQIlS ARE USED
Cole Plans Special Features to Tax
'' Defense of Jayhawkers and Lays
Foundation for Nebras
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Secrot praqtlcp In propyatloa for
the Kansas gamo waa.rb'e'guh IhBt oven
ing. Tho gates wcro closed and all
suspicious looking characters, removed
from ttfe incipsure. From noW bn'tl'U
theyWg- -pqnte8irU: vl"ltpr -will -be-
closoly ' scrutinized and every effort"
will be made to Keep Kansas spies
from .getting ajllno on ttfe Cornhiisli
a t thin on norm Pnnoll C(( hnfl
ot been compelled to'show his hand.
The new plays ho ,has up his sleeve
hftvpjjeon jBareiuujr guaraea anu w-f
held from curious eyes. Tho Idea up
permost In mind all year has been to
beat KansaB, and to this end tho team
hasi)eett 1doveloped. fao gtea.t Is this
desire" -thht CoacV Cole' Vas' 'content
With a tip In last Saturday's contest
and even took a chance of losing the
game when,, .had ho discovered his
hand, nnd'usbd som6 ot'his open Held
totftlcS, 'a 'vlJW'WJtiia alnlbBl Uttvo
been certain. ""
, Cole has a variety of trick plays and
forward .passes- that will koqp the.- Jay
Jjawkers guesslhg at all tlnferi Some
of. thee hayoeeen developed In the
practice moro or Icsb all season, but
have pot been, used In any of the con
tests.' "thtffs. Vlflrb6 tried out and de
VeIGtrartHt6tf8eK: ' "n'
New Line Attack.
Cole promises something startling In
line bucks. An entirely now and rather
novel lino ot? attack Is bejng planned
at bids fair to tear the .Ifayhawkor
ijfle to' pieces. vCple lsfabt indifferent
' the fact that ho has ono of the
most pawattm-.nd" dependable, jines
that ever wore the Scarlet and Cream.
On defense 'work the ljno has shown
that It cannot bo excelled by anything
in the west. But may not this great
defensive machine bo put to some use
aS an offenBlvo one and beat the Jay
h'awkera at telr o.wn game?
' Saturday's contest with Iowa re
vealed the latent powers of.-this great
bffensive mabhlno, and then Colo's
scheme was only partly perfected. Tho
way the Nebraskans plowed through
tho, Jow.a Jlne .lat&ieqqpffl Uen-to-rtweAty
yards, at .ati.PAR.Jppke,we.U, for; .ho suq-.
cess of the machine When It Is per-
fected, and whea It is, look out, you
In yesterday's scrimmage tho .fresh
men tried out some of the Kansas
plays against the varsity. Tho pjlayj
was rathor ragged pn sotrn sides. -At
times tho varslt'shoWed groat form
and again they ajftStoed tP 'Blutifp.'iDri
defensive work' tho varsity waB
.strong, Tho'fireshttien'wore glyene
ball on the one-yard, lino and failed
fb put It over. .
. During tho contest, however,
freshman' backs -and ends broke
through arid spoiled plays severaV
times5; On one of these Warnor troko
through,-caused HaacalMp fumblpand
then ran oveV fifty yards for a touch
down. Again when the varsity had
thexball on the freshman live-yard line
he backs broke through and. secured
the ball on a fumble and carried It
half way down flielleid',''iefoVev,hoyT.
, Svere finally stopped by'theva'ralty.'
'Another 'addltlotrc to the-hospltaH
list was madp last night. , Cbauner,
' Bevere kick In th6 JaW during one of
lost ono tooth
The shades of night were falling fast,
When through a western City past
A dog, whose name was Cyanide, .
A button to his collar tlod
fie saw through windows all alight
7 '. Jho hoVsplj&lOfV&eam .Warm rand bright,
But rushing onward through tho dark
He-ofiiy gaVoa' BTLVagb'barK, .-j
, "Beat Kansas."
M6h, stay," tho maiden said, '"and rost,"
And clutched him wlldjy.to her br6ABt.
He 'slriiggle from her tonder clasp
And fiercely answered, with a gasp,
-.: -.:- ..vBeafKansas."
and "Had several 'otKb'rs iarred looVo.
1Whn'e"'iho 3aw"waTnot tirolceh'lt was
a ory"BeeT6,otrand,'ho,,,'Wa8r taUen
to the-, sanitarium for treatment "last
.evening..- .: 1K
VAR8ITY TEAM TO ATTEND SHOW
Nebraska Football Team Guests
- - Hortorat-"The Sham" Tonight.
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.In, rospohBO to a, porsbmil Invitation
malde'thbebraBka'football team lay a
friend of- Goach -"King". Cole who 1b1
playing In tho cast of "The Sham,'
the varsity squad will attend that'
production at the Oliver tonight.
-Tnt3' 1vltatlbn"sonTes, tttdactr Cole
andthe-Nobraska-iroytr'from -one -of
tne lormer iuicnigan ena wno is now
rounding the Cornhusker eleven Into
shape for the Kansas gome and for
this reason' he extends tho treat to thbj
bunch. TJio,men will attend in h,
body and will be gtyen seats In thtf
lower part of. the house.
It 1b presumed that university stii-
dents will take advantage of the occa
sion offered to hold a -rouBlng Im
promptu celebration between acts. lb
all probability the gallery gods will
do Borne yelling stunts for tho Ne
braska team that wll cause past Oliver
efforts to"" pale Into' insignificance.
TRY-OUTS WILL BE HELD
Cornhusker Cross Country Squad to
, ., , . -Twentieth; -
r, f. bamllm
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Try-puts will soon be 'held for the
members of the cross country squact
Which ls 'to take part In tho intercol
legiate meet In Chicago on November
SirthT .TJiCmeeFwill beheld in Jabk-
Bon Pa'rk.-and fs to' he held on the day
of- the vylsconsln-Chlcago footbafl-
game. This .holding of tle meet' on
the day bf I Chicago; lastvblg game fi
an 6ldcuBt6m4 arid will" fro 'adhered to
Dr. blapp expects to put out a win-
nine teahi? 'fo'rNeb'raskar this year.
This' wrir'no-be'd new" thing foro
Cornhuskers, however, as the-winning
streak ,ln crpssf country has shown ifa
Nebraska's represeritatlvei1 to 'tho
nVbpt for the paBt few years. This
year two try-puts will be hold for 'the
cross, country men, Instead of one as
in cfprmef years. The exact datp of
,UjeseyjduS hftqt as yet been aij
poin;odrbutas the meet itself Bomea
Ion NQvembor 20th, they will of neces-
suy nave to come soon.
Bk)d beaiWdl rieif iritis
broad, 10c, at Tho Boston Lunch. ,
Must Beat Kansas"
1 the? following 1b a fair oxnmplo of tho "now
Missouri Bplrlt," KaoBas. is. In for an awful bad
ttmo'fthankaglvlri&'iiay. ThlBSwarrofctecJvolt at a
maBB mdbting "of tho students of Columbia, Mo.t
last Week. Dn J. A. Qlbson is the perpetrator and
tho UnlvofBlty "Mlaaourlan, printed It:
HIb tall curled up, his oars hung down,
H3s coat was trimmed in golden brown,
HIb oyos glowed llko a living spark;
At every leap ho gave a bark, '
Hope-not-to-wia, tho. o)d man said,
"Our Tigers can't come.out aTioadt
Too hiany times In vain they've tried."-.
But still that savage bark replied,
"Beware tho P&bb, tho onBtdo kick,
"Beware of ovbry Jayhawk trick;"
This was tho coach's last romark,
A growl replied, afar, In tho dak,
The Jayhawk pig mot Cyanide,
tBUt Cy rushed on, with tho pig Inside.
Ho swallowed the pig at a slnglo bite
And yolped again, In wild delight,
ANNUAL SENIOR FEED -TO
BE HELD SATURDAY
UPPER "CLA88MEN 'HOLDrSt1
ANNUAL SOCIAL FUNCTION.
AN MM TO BETTW CLASS SPIRIT
Seniors to Gather at Grove South of
'i . ' Tim sHf) Rttttr. Ar. ' A , i
r'honU'alle'dMf h)M .Seniorv'class.
will bo held next Saturday morning,
being In the nature of a, breakfast.
The breakfasts which, tho members of
die senior class hold annually are for
various purposes. Tho main ono of
theset purposes id to lncreksV in' the
class's,' spirit df-friondllne'and hf-
class to become' "better acqunirited
witi .eaqh other. ' m
' LaBt'year thbmpbWstof'.fthos'ehio
the asylum and these spent the morn
ing In games and also partook of a
big feed cooked In old-fashioned camp-
First Senior Affair.
The annual reakfast which will be
held Saturday morning will be the
first senior affair of the present school
year, and it is urged upon every mem
ber of "tho class to be jjrpfljmt. ;Itils
nlso urged by the members 'of "tho
committee in charge ot the Btunt that
all the members of the class take an
interest in affairs ot this kjnd which
the class may hold in the future. Tho
breakfast affords 'an excellent oppor
tunity for the members of the class to
beepme acquainted with each' other,
early In tho school year and In this
way all the other affairs that the
Class may hold wilf be mofe enjoyed i
The breakfast 'Saturday mornlag-i
will be held at College View in the
crovo about one mile south of .lhe
town. Special cars will leave Eley
enth and O streets at 7 o'clock for the
Accommodation of, those' who WIbIi to'
attend, this affair, The committee, in
charge promises -those who come that
there will- be- plenty to eat for every
body, and that various .amusements
Have be'pff arranged' for Uie morning1
entertainment., Trie pickets .for this
occasion' may be purchase; of any of
the members of the committee. Th
prjce'6f the ticket's, is SB cehtjj which
does not ihcludo car faro. The mem-t
mers of tho committee are L. B. Mor
gan, cbalrmanjrMarle Von Goetz, Ber
thar Neilj kHarry Vlllars, 'Don Smith;
Grace iClmmelf'AitLtf Chappeirahd K
n rrr " ' " ' ' '
' 'i -.,
Moire Class Spirit. '
It has been urgod In the past that
tho tnombors of the'senfor cIsbb meet
oach other more often and get bettor
acquainted, thuS bdcourSging and
strengthening tho'ol&Bi .shjrlt.. ,ThP
only poBBibffi way for this to bo ac
complished is tot tho members of tho
class to meet each othor at social
functions of this sort. All tho students
of the university look to tho Increasing
.ofahp clfess plrlt In the. junior ctaes
as an example, and If for no othor
roason than this the mbmbors 6f thp
class of 1910 ard urged to' bo present
at the senior breakfast. Saturday morn
ing. It has boen 'rumored that the mem
bers of tho Junior class will attempt
to hold a Similar stunt in the near
future, the nature ot which is yet un
decided by tho members of the social
committee. This plan If it is success
ful will go one stop further in increas
ing the class spirit in tho university.
The members of the freshmen and
sophomoro classes haVo their annual
Olympics, but only in social functions
of tho nature ot tho senior hreakfast
.oan tbis-spirlt.'be continued among tho
members of the two upper classes.
FRESHMAN CLASS MEETSTODAY.
Minor Officers to Be Elected
Other Business Transacted.
The freshman clas.8 will meet at
11:36 this morning in Memorial riail
tb complete the class organization by
the election of officers Other than the
president. President fyherry, who
was elected at tho meeting held last
week, Will preside. ' It is understood
that so'mo committee announcements
'Tho officers tb bo elected this riidfn-
ing. .'are "vicepteslderit, secretary,
treasurer, and serge'ant-at'arms. Ow
ing ib'lhe fact of the lato announce
ment of 'the election, It is especially
urged that each freshman make an ef
fort to attend the meeting,
ii f i ii
nebrasKA Writes pamphXet,
Former Student of the ttate Urtlver
Uy Writes on Subject f ?ntV '
esc to ins uovcrnmvru.
A pamphlet hal been recently issued
by tho' United BtaUB doparttnent of
agriculture, written by . U Harter,'
who graduated from tho university in
1903, and ha's slncTr employed by
the gbverrihienli Jn ti'e 'department of
Berlr,;ih,. Mr. 'Hr'f 'at nresVnt'oc-
' t r i. ' ,r. "tii'' J")iWalLl2iV
cupies me posiuon oi asBiBiaau pam
ologist of UeSkrtmekY AW meet
Inr with excellent Bu'ccesB. ThV tmb-
ject wh'lch he dlBCUBfies'lnhispampli-.
Ifet, though a'Very'pcMllar bse, Is' of
&' gfekb'deal of interest' to tke ebld
storage concerns, The subject, which'
Mr, .Hatter discusses is "The Decay of
Cabbage in Storage; and Its CaU'se and
Prevention:" "Y '' ':
HOLD ANNUAL MEETING
EDUCATORS FROM OVER STATE
COME TO LINCOLN.
UNIVERSITY WILL RUN EXCURSWftS
ooker T. Washington and Many Other
Prominent Speakers Will Address
Meetlno To Be StronQMt
Session Ever Held.
Tho Nebraska State Teachers' Asso
ciation will hold its annual mooting
In Lincoln, November's, 4 and 6 The
meeting will be tho ' forty-four th ' an
nual session of tho association.
Tho program for this year's Bossiqn
is of bettor quality and more' in llnb
with tho Ideas of progressive educa
tion than any oyer boforo hold. Sov
oral new linos of work are being In
cluded in this year's program, ono of
theso being the introduction of a de
partment of physical culturo or gym
nasium work. . .
Tho university, as tho stato's .largest
Institution of oducatlon, naturally
playB an Important part In tho annual
sessions of tho toachors' association.
A largo part of tho high school leach
ing force bf tho stale is .composed of
graduates from Nebraska, and 'every
effort will bo made by tho unlvorslty
to entertain the visitors while In tho
Among tho special Movlcos which
Wilt b6 employed foV. this' purpose the
university will run excursions to .any
part of tho university campus or tho
university farm at times convenient
to tho visitors. Besides this many of
tho meetings of thp association will
ho hold in tho buildings of the cam
Tho( two special attractions of tho
BCBBlon will bo the, art exhibit of tho
Nebraska Art Association in tho art
rooms ot the library building and an
industrial exhibit at tho city Audi
torium. The industrial oxhlblt will bo
open at all times during tho meeting
of tho association and will consist of
"work done in tho schools of tho state.
A liberal premium list has been pro
vided tor this exhibit.
Four banquets covering' tho entire
membership of tho association wlil bo
held at 6:30 o'clock on tho evening
ot November 9, The ono which will
particularly interest university peo-
plols the collego banquet This ban
quet is for state university and col
lege, graduates, and Chancellor Avery
will preside as toastmaster. Chancel
lor W. J. Davldspn and Professor P. H.
Grummann will act as masters ot cere
There will also be two normal ban
quets and one normal training ban
quet. One of' the normal banquets
will be for Peru and Wayne graduates
and' the other for Kearney and Fre
mont graduates. The normal training
banquet is for; graduates and senior
classes from normal- training high
schools. and Junior normal schools.
These banquets will open the session,
tho regular meetings of the associa
tion commencing on the following
day.: , - . ..."
The general sessions bf 'the 4ssocia- '
tlon will be held in St, Paul's and the.
Christian churches. 'The' special' sec
tioB Will meet 'in St, vPaul's vchurch,
the 'Christian .church; the Presbyterian
church tho Congregational church, tho
Temple building and various univer
sity buildings, .
-The sectional sessions include at the
present time everything Included in
the work; .of 'thV schools of the state.
A. remarkably excellent, roll of speak
ers has been secured for this seslon,
men with experience in varloUs' lines
ofwork and With ntloal"reputatlon
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