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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCQLNrSATURDAY, , OCTOBER 30,' JL90R.
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GOLD FOOTBALLS FOR
ATHLETIC BOARD VOTES FAVOR
ABLY ON PROPOSITION.
fCRETEUCOLLEGIANS EXPECT .TO
ft MAKt EXCELLENT 8HOWIN0.'
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KOACH 0LE WILL TAKE NO CHANCES
jyarslty'Will Work Against Opponents
Until Victory Is Assured
Scrubs Then Given
What wniobraska do" Co Wane1
J'thls afternoon? ;In yeqrB gone by
Doane has lusnaHy 'given? the Corn
buskers a hard struggle, evon If they
itiave gone down, otdof eat. .,
?5 Last year tlI6 Doane game "came a'
little earlier In the season and neither
team waBin very' good condition. The
ipamo proved to be a walk-away for
(Nebraska, thoi CbrnhuBKers plMg'up
a score of fpr&threo'.pqlfitB to ijbthlng L
nor mo xigerB.
" This year, however, Doane has a
much 'faster arid' heavier aggregation;
'and while Nebj8ka,vJU.hayeno4FQu.
bio in winning, today's game, the score
.will probably wnot boso largo as that,
of last year, Doano has been very
'successful in her contests so far this
year, having beaten Peru 17 to 0, and
iCearnoy 35 to 0. The players realize
-fthat thoy are up against a big thing
when they moot tho university, but
they are anxious to try their mettle.
No Attempt at Big 8core.
No attempt will be made by Ne
braska to run up a big score in to
day's game. The best of relations
'have always existed between tho two
'schools in regard to athletic matters,
'.andjCplo. la likely to let tho Tigers
down pretty easy In this afternoon's
Tho regulars will probably start tho
game, but most of" the scrubs wilf tie
given a try-out before tho finish.
Today's game wljl offer a good op
portunlty for some of the men who
hayo been working-out faithfully all
year to break Into the game. .
Somo of tho scrubs' who aro likely
to Beo service In this afternoon's gamo
are Elliott, Eturmer. DobBon, Spell
meyor, Gutburlot, Freltag. Poarso,
Sturtznegger, Farley, Hascall and oth
ers, some oi ineBQ men oi cuuruw uro
regulars or have already seen service
Hascall won hlB "N" in thoIowa gamo.
.Stunner saw sorvlco In tho South Da
kota game, in fact played center most
of that contest. Dobson, Elliott, Spell
meyer and Gutburlot all saw service
in tho Knox gamo. So far nono of the
othrar have i-bfokenv Into 'any of the
"contests, and their friends will be anx
vloua to see what they can do today.
Freltag, Pearse and Farley twore all
members of laBt year's freshman team,
which beat both Peru and Grand
Island, both teams, somewhere In
Although So 'chances' will bo taken
to injure any or vino regulars in mis
raf teTnopn'8-;pnte8t thawould weaken
tno toam lor tno iutnsas .struggle, an
attempt oiight to? be ipadoto run up a
.. 11 mmmms T not- OntlA.. Tnn.
;sas beat Washington' University" bfSt.
JjOuIb by the'declslvo ' BCorVoC'23 to 0.
Washington 1b ablg sehoplf In fact.
2 Is a4 member of the' Missouri Yalley
"conference tf ' Kansas 'canbeat WaB'h
rlngton 23 to 0, ought" not Nebraska
vpllo up a bigger score In today's game
wlth'boano', even if only for the moral
feffect on Kansas?
& . -Juhior H6ld Doyyn Wesleyan.
g Yesterday theT Jhlors mef Wesley-
jan at University Place In a game of
two twenty-ilvemnu halves- and
Tsuccdeded In holding, tfcdm down to a
fscore of 5 to 0, This Is , very good
Juniors have' sly sea out a, short
practicing all years, Te Juniors cer
time and are in no such,. coniltlon as
-theWfesle-vtAB. tfcat. VtoholMitG boei
I, rvu. in xrrDii-1
practicing all year. The Juniors cer
tainly have a strong team and will
make a Btrong bid for tho interclass
NAMES MEN TO ATHLETIC BOARD
Junior Appointees to Inter-class Gov
Tho first appointments for 'tho Inter
class athletic board were made yes
terday. President Oberfelder of the
junior class appointed from his class
tho following committee: B. Cherrlng
ton, chairman; S. P. Dobbs, and Chas.
It Is the business of the Inter-class
athletic board to regulate all the inter-class
athletics and to decide upon,
any questions of eligibility that might
arise Arrangements are mlfdo for the
lnter-class football games, Ivy Day
athletics and any other lnter-class
Three students from each class com
prise the board. Tho president of the
dther'classeB will makothol appoint
ments known'in a few day's. 3 ..
GUARD' MEN WIIX BE INSPECTED.
Army Inspector Will Review the Uni
versity Members of the, National -C
tf. Guard December. 13. V
""The members or the various com
panies of the Nebraska National GuaVd
attending tho university Jhaye. received
notice that they must be inspected by
tne Inspector, Major E. H. Phelps. Tb!o
various companies oyer the state have
been'' inspected (and the names of tho
members of these companies attoa'd
Ing.lh'o uplverslty haVe been repprtd
.to the adjutant general," These nun
havei been .ordered cto"r.eport for "&
spoctlon-tDecember '13, the same tlfee
that the 'members, of company Fln
LYncolrt'arelns'pected7. This' compaiiy
Inspected, aad thlHvra"1a'br4r-that
the, -members of the, other omp4l4sfi
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tie same tlraev7 v
Nebraska's Center, Who Is Playing a
Remarkable Game During His
DEBATERS PICKED BY
IOWA HA8 MANY OLD MEN BACK
FOR WORK THIS. YEAR.
SOME CHOOSE MEN IN THE SWING
Last Debates of the Central Debating
League Drawing Near Schools
Busy Choosing Judges for
' v . .m rthe Contests. .
With the picking yesterday of tho
Wiscbnsln. debating team. the unlvor
Blty public 1b beginning to wake up
to the fact that December with Its
series of Intercollegiate debates is not
far distant. The Interest In the Inter
collegiate debating Is growing rapidly.
In fact tho work of tho various squads
and 4eamsvta,the central. lpague.'.Js be,
ing put on a par with the training of
a football team.
Iowa picked her teams, one of
which will' meet Nebraska at Iowa City
in December, before school closed last
springs ThesoT teams, besides work
ing on the s question all summer,- re-)
turned 'to Iowa', It is repo'rted; a week
before school opened and began sys
tematic -work. This in many respects
resembles the old time training-camp
of Jbo football. men.
" ' " r Not Picked Yet' ,
Minnesota Is also reported to have
picked her teams last spring. While
Nebraska has not yet picked the men
who. will represent her at Iowa nor
against Minnesota at Lincoln, tho try
opts 'will be held In the near future.
The squad Is putting In a groa't deal
lot time working mp the, question- and
meeting dally and" sometimes" so vdril
times a day to discuss and go over
WisconBln,whor at the 'present time
Btaags at the' toad .ot ae ,. central
league. Is to debate with ' ilfnhes6ta
and Illinois tblsear. The men who
.ftlU represent "tier in the .Minnesota
cotitst;re' Edwin- Wltte, Harold Mar
gin ana Hrwln-Meyers; Those; who de
bate Illinois. are., George jBlanchard, I
.Thomas 'Sanderson, and, John Childs.
aii or tneso men are experienced de
baters, having had a number of years
of active debatlnK In "either tha Inter-
collegiate work or In various other
schools and organizations. Martin
took part in the Wlsconsln-Iowa de
bate last year and Blanchard debated
agalnBt Nebraska at Madison at' the
Plcklna the Judaes.
Tho series of debates which will bo I
held this year Is as follows: Nebraska
Iowa, at Iowa City; Nebraska-Minnesota,
at Lincoln; Iowa-Illinois, at Uh
bana; Illinois-Wisconsin, at Madison,
and Wisconsin-Minnesota, at Minne
apolis. The chief Work before the
schools In the leaguo at. tho present
time is tho selection of judges. In
the two debates in which Nebraska
participates the judges will bo from
Iowa, Minnesota and Illinois. For the
Nebraska-Iowa debate Minnesota and
Illinois have each submitted a list of
twelve men for judges to the two com
peting scnoois. From tnis list Iowa
will pick six men In their Order of
preference and, Nebraska will pick
twelve. Tneso men are then request-
to serve In the 'manner named until
two have been secured from the Ne
braska list and one from the Iowa list.
Iowa will 'alone send a list of twenty-
four judges to .Nebraska .and Minne
sota for, their debate. From this1 list
Minnesota will choose twelve and Ne
braska six. These will be asked to
serve In tho order named and two of
(he' Minnesota Hb will be secured and
one from the Nebraska list A similar
process r'is gone 'through in choosing
tho judges for the other contests In
the league. ,
, This Is the fourth or last vear of the
qiilntangular league comprising Illi
nois, Iowa, Minnesota,, Nebraska and
Wisconsin. At the present time Wis
consin stands at the head and Nebras
ka at the foot of the schedul6. This
year's contests will, It Is believed by
tne supporters of the Nebraska -team,
somewhat change this standing. The
respective atandlng.pl the five unlver
sltjes'-follows: 'Clf .
Wisconsin "... .....,, ,-. .... 4 ' ,
Illinois ooriiUiiiiiiiiii 3,
Baked beaaa. baked oa the. premises
amtf -served hot.wltk dellnXmia .fcmwa
bread, lQo, at The.tc 1. :".
;BEAT KANSAS11 BUTTONS RECEIVED
Emblems to Be Worn by Students,
Faculty, and Alumni May Be Ob
tained at Co-op Book
Gold football watch charms for tho
mombors of tho varsity aro a certainty.
This much was assured at a mooting
of tho athlotlc board hold at 11 o'clock
Tho proposed award of gold foot
balls to tho team upon tho occasion
of Its winning tho football champion
ship of tho Missouri Valley by defeat
ing Kansas noxt Saturday was
brought to tho board on tho sugges
tion of sovornl mombors of tho stu
dent body. Tho board considered the
matter officially at tho, meeting yes
terday morning. In accordance wlth
tho prophecy of tho Dally Nobraskan
members of tho board favored tho
purchaso of tho trophlos and tho plan
was voted through without a hitch.
Will Be Champions.
In caso the" Cornhuskefs defeat Kan
sas November G thoy will bo tho un.
questioned champions of tho 'Missouri
Valley: Tho winning of this honor,
which Nebraska lost at the very close
of tho soason last year will in tho oyes
of the athletic board bo sufficient to
warrant the granting of tho medals.
A suggestion made yesterday that tho
giving of tho footballs bo made a reg
ular stunt whenever Nebraska turns
out a champlonship'team was 'received
with favor and.it is .quite probabloHhat, .
this will -be -done. s, Injthat 'caso tho
footballs may In tho future come to
be a mark of special distinction equal
many times to1 that conferred by an "
The "vie Must Beat Kansas" but
tons arrlvpd In Lincoln yesterday, and
will bo distributed from the Coop book
storo today. It is expected that every
student on the campus will be wearing
one of the buttons within twenty-four
nours of .their arrival in Lincoln.- Cit
izens of Lincoln and alumni will also
bo given an opportunity t9 show their
loyalty to the Cornhuskor team.
The only other business of tho
board was the order to Manager Eager
that the grandstands on Nebraska field '
be reinsured against collapse. This
is a customa'fy precaution to prevent f
the board's being; made liable for any
accidents to spactators.
SENIORS' FIRST OUTINQ TODAY.
Fourth Class Hold Breakfast Near
College View and Have a '
Tho seniors left at 7 o'clock this
morning for the picnic grounds ono
milo South of College View, to hold
their annual breakfast In previous
years the upper classmen have been
contented with riding three or four
miles, (b,ut this ' morning, by way of
diversion, they had to walk an addl
tlonal'mlle or two. ' '
Once arrived on the spot, the on- ,
thuslasts started the cofteeaha had
breakfast. The meal" eoaslsted- of- a
wholo roast calf,- potatoes baked ,ln
the fire, buns, amd 'various other ,del(u -.
caclee. At the present time the
seniors are forgetting a bit of their
dignity and are playing lootbaH, base
ball, and games once. the delickt of
their childhood days as if their lite
depended upon it ...,u. V
The' senior breakfast li alTaKRiial
affair of the sealer class afedhas'in
the past proven one of the most pleas- ' "
Ing events .glyen, by that clase..TMJa
year It Is held somewhat earlier1 thas,
usual. Last year If was Mediate'
the 'spring, aad-as the 'eveets of,, the ,,'
sesior year are so erewi4 'at'-'tiat? ' u
time it. was declared Uatlt .would, he IJV"
nest to hold it U.ttie 'fajic ,V ;
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