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10NLY THREE DAYS TILL
: GAME WITH KANSAS MEN
TJEBRA8KA TEAM FA8T ROUNDING
INTO CONDITION. ,
WORKED UNTIL DARK YESTERDAY
Cole Kept-Regulars Hard at It W-Jth
Signal "and Scrimmage lra- -
tlce at 8tate Farm
" ' , Grounds.
' Every day brings tho Cornhuskers
one stop nearer the . eventful day
which will prove whether tho long
'cess or whether Jt has gone for naught,
cess of whether. Jt has gone lbrt nought
It would be foolish for any one con
nected with the team or oven with the
' university to attempt to, deriy that tho
! one desire of the 19oi) season has been
to. bqat Kansas . .
. ."We must, heat JKans.as" Is the Ne
braska .slogan this week, and It. has,
' been the z thought, uppermost In -the,
mind of -coaches arid-flayers tho whole
season. Now that the time of the
fateful ..event, that 'will mark tho cul
intonation oftne year's work, 1b, draw
' Irig'n'enTr) evljeytraVris-iarnlB pirns Toady
?and anxious for the struggle.
Strong Nebraska Spirit
Ohce before rlhfB3season there was
something resembling tho spirit that
I pervades the COrnhusker ranks this
week. That was during tho week pre-
v couing in u iuiuuubuiu (juuiu. j. iiu mum
f then, discouraged by tho-poor showing, A ?i". JJ 7?'
1tt the Dakota game.-worked heroloally
?'to get Jnta shape lor Uunesota, and
what wub the" Yesult1? "the Biirprlsfe
administered to Coach WlllIamB and
Jjls husky Gophers is still felt In that
Cy But If the Nebraska squad wore able
to thus work wonders to beat3llnne
sptn, what will they not do when tho
fpe is not the friendly Gophers, but
tholr hated rivals, the Jayhawkers
' from Kansas?
Tho Oornhua.ker8 are fait rounding
Jnto their hest form of 'the season. In
IheXMlonesota gaTue'they plnyod liko
uenas in tne nrst nau, ana it was uoi
,nMthelrht back flgd poyo wojTo
l the heavy onslaught In the second
g tbt tby were Anally; beaten "In the
g (own game again "they showed poor
t form, owJng to tho sovero bruises and
absence of some of tho rogulars re
ft sulking from, the terrible battle of a
i weeV "be'rore' ''-'
w'""vvHfr two Veks "gdbd reBt,- 'hoV
ever. and"aTlln6"nf6TIlrt' the p1nkof
t. be xpected put "Up -the best game
I of the season noxtSalurony. 'j . "
ft What Kansas, has in reservo Is
doubtful. Like Nebraska,4 she too has
M resorted- to tho old- staylo 9f straight.
R footbal this sqaaon, ' reserving ner
open field and trick ploys for the corn-
Ing contest , In all their contests tUns
Lt far th,e Jayhawkers havo been success-
chi, but not always to sucn an oxienc
t as should prove them superior to the
jj CornhflBkers. iIn tho first of tho sea-
c-on,the Kansas Aggies taurprlsed, them,
"bjr holding them to -a 5 to-8 scorn
Since-thenthey.have met no such'foes
as, either Minnesota pr Iowa,
Jit Is d ilotlceabl 'faottK'at In nTl.
I their contests 'the "Cornhnsk'ers have
vUBod scarcely nothing but straight
'football tactics, with an occasional
forward nass or onBldo kick. What
' conclusion then' can be drawn as to
Ithe contest next Saturday? Will both
teams rely on 'their -havy lines and
mags plays, orwlll. fafy spectdtors be
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.lNlVEkSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY,
flold work as has nevor been seen on
a Nebraska gridiron?
That the Jayhawkers aro strong is
no question. Ex-Gaptaln Horvoy, who
Baw tho gamo with WaBhburn last
Saturday, says thoy have fully as pow
erful a machino as they had last year,
but 'ho concludes with tho hopeful
wxfrdB .that "thoy do not look llko a
team that can't be boat." Howovor,
he ndds that if tho Cornhuskers ox
Tieet to win next Saturday' battle thoy
must show bettor form than thoy havo
shown in any- previous contest this
- The practice yesterday was 'held at
the state farm, waero tho turf is soft
and there is less likelihood of serious
Injury. Every precaution will bo
taken to prevent injuries in this
week's practice, so that scrimmage
will probably coase early In tho week.
YeBterday, however, tho squad was
given a good, hard scrimmage, and
signal practice was continued until
Inter-Fraternal Council Holds First
Meeting of the Year.
One representative from each of tho
men'B fraternities in the university
mot in Dr. Clapp's office at eleven
o'clock yoBtorday and perfegted the
organization of the Inter-frat athletic
council for thlB year.
Thd Tollptwing ofllcors wore elected:
President, U C. Hummel, Sigma Nu;
vice president, A. Sturtzenegger, Kap
pa Sigma; secretary-treasurer, L. Jt.
Hqggeland. Dejta Tau. .
uy inu cuuiriiiuu tu liuib'i uui iu-
ter-fraternlty baselmfi aTfalrs7" "Several
olthe games VucliiT&f year's' schedule
have not yet becn played and the
champlonshIp Is. as yet unsettled'
GABLE NOT TO TRY OUT TODAY.
Cross Country Captain Is Disqualified
j By His Absence.
"According to a letter receive by
Dr. Clapp yesterday, C. H. Gabloj cai-
taln of the cross country team, Jwlll
not be able to get to Lincoln forh?
,try-ont.( this afterpoon. ThjB fll- dis-
qiValifjGatrtjo, naa contestnt'ls 'judged
The news J;hat ,Gablo wouldnpt get
ba,ck, vfan severo disappointment -to
the 'cross fcountry -men. SoVernl ox-
pressjons -were heard to-the -effect-that
no - technicality should be allowed to
keep hjm from tho team, Dr. Claiip,
hoWevfefsthteB that 'Gablo fs -not in
good'coiidltlonraria ltr'vlow "bf tm fact
that "this yeflr's'sqliattMs much -faster
tlVaii' last f nfifiC Tt 'rstd6uttut "VKbtHer
hu-'jcobld make ,the-team 'In ,any cneo.
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CHORUS REHEARSAL WEDNESDAY
Final Practice to Be Held in St. Paul's
Church at B iS. m. ;
' Tho UnlyorBlty chorUB' will rbhfearfie
with orchestra anil organ 'at St. Paul's
cliurch' oh Wednesday at G p. m. It'la,
essential that each member of the
choruB bo' oh hand very promptly. t
The chorus will sing Hnydn'8 VCr-
socmtiPnQR .li'rjqayQvening at i:ay.
They, will bo., accompanied hy string
orchestra and organ. The soloists will
bo Arthur ilddleto'n of Chicago", Miss
Annette1 Abbott and MK Xdon, Enyeart
Mr. Mlddleton kppeored in Lincoln
last spring with -thfe Minneapolis Sym.
phony Orchestra, and aroused greaten
thyslasm. , . ,
Baked beanB4lbakqd.pn the prpmUs
and servedhot with 'dellIoiie jbrown
breads J,0c,,at tTio oston'Wnch
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JAYHAWKERS EXPECT A
HARD GAME SATURDAY
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KAN8A8 MEN NEVERTHELE88
TWO HUNDRED ROOTERS ARE COMING
8peclal Train on the Union Pacific
Will Bring Band and 8cores
of Kansans to Witness
BY GEORGE W. BOWLE8.
Lawrence, Kan., Nov. 2. (Special
to Tho Daily NebraBkan.) Kansas is
now putting on the (lntnliing touches
for the big gamo with tho CornhuBk
ers Saturday. The Joyhawkors reftllzo
the work to bo done before that tlmo
and are working witli the ono Idea of
lengthening their string of victories.
The Btudonts feel that a victory On
either side will be accomplished only
after a great struggle.
The Union Pacific will run a special
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Nebraska Manager Who Is, Working
Day and Night to Beat' Kansas'.
tp Lincoln od f rpm -presont indica
tions over two hundred will make tho
trip to give tho Kansas yells. Evory-
ono realizes that great obstacles must
bo overcome, If Kansas hopes to come
out on the over-vlctdrlous slate, re
peating tho record of last year's team.
Nel)rn8lca,Iowa ,,amj Missouri aro
pluyed w(thin three weeks' time and
each lias an exceptionally strbng toam.
Boner Ah working hard at, Missouri
and-Is turning 'out n team that will
be hard tp boat. Their games with
fabfii"lWrf State and the "ibwa 'Aggfos
show that the Tigers havo an excel-
lone-ehanco'blr spoiling -Karaas, confi
dence on Thanksgiving.
Tho game wUh Washburn Saturddy,
while resulting in a victory for tho
red and blue, was not what was hoped
for. Tho team Is showing a tondoncy
to get off poor at tho start la tho de
fensive work and showing streaks of
this weukness throughout tho game.
Tho men nro 'poor tacklors, .but tho
coaches hope to ovei'como this by Sat
urday. The pot bnslde kick, which
netted tbo Jayhaw.kers so many gains
the .last and first part of this year,
was "working badly. Stralght(footbalI
was used; wjilch tho lighter Washburn
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team could not oppose. Coaches Ken
nedy and Mosse aro kooplng socrot
tholr mode of attack when tho whistle
blows for the Nebraska gamo. The
studentB arc trusting to tho wisdom
of tho coaches and tho strength of tho
mon to gain a Kansas victory.
FRE8HMAN DANCE COMMITTEE.
President Wherry of the First Year
Class Appoints Committee In
Charge of Hop.
Last evening tho mombors of tho
freshman hop committeo was appoint
ed by President Whorry. Tho mom
hers of the committeo urs as follows:
P. C. Clark, chairman; Eugeno Hol
land, master of ceromonlos; John
Bunhnoll, George Itoador, John War
nor, Mr. Prince, Mr. Murphy, Mr. Rob
erts, Mr. McCafforty, W. E. Smith, Lu
cllo Dell, Mary Robblns, MIbb Hamor,
MIsk Taylor, Miss Fair, MIbb Robin
son. President Wherry doBlreB that tho
members of tho commlttoo sec Mr.
Clark at once.
BATTALION IN FULL UNIFORM.
Cadets Are All In Full Dress for the
First Time This Year.
For s the first tlmo this year tho
memborH of tho cadot battalion wero
In full dress uniform last ovonlng, Tho
members of the battalion look ex
tremely natty In tho new uniforms,
and tho six companies aro now com
plete for the year's Work In military
The uniforms this year uro slightly
different than they wero last yoar, and
this fact rosults from tho red braid
that all of tho uniforms are trimmed
with. Tho ofilcora of tho battalion
have tho cuffs of their uniforms trim
med with a scarlet and cream braid,
whllo tho trimming on the private uni
forms is only red. This is In accord
ance with a law passed by tho last
legislature that tho 'uniforms of tho
cadots of tho various military acade
mies and of tho university should bo
marked in soma way. - so that they
could be oa8lly,dlstlngulshod from tho
.unlfc47na;of tho" regulars, 'and' natlpnal
guard. ' "
Annual. 8ppbomo.re-Fre8.hman Meet to
Decide Class Supremacy.
Tho annual Olympic meet of tho
froshmun and sophomore classes will
bo hold November 13, At a meeting
of the committees from tho four
classes this decision was reached yes
terduy morning. Tho events this year
will bo tho same as those of la,8t year,
with one excoptlon. Boxing and wrest
ling for light, middle and heavy
weights will bo held. Tho Marathon
will also be held.
Tho radical change will bo that in
stead of pulling tho mon out of tho
marked square, thoy are to bo pushed
out. Instead of ono bout of this, thero
will ho threo, The class having, tho
most men In the square, two out 01
three times, wins tne -pushlpg contest.
Tho boxing and wroBtllng will be
judged by Frank Johnson, "Jack'' Best
and I, P. Hewitt. J, F. Burke, Dale
McDonald and William. Chaloupka, aro
to be the timers and starters for the
Marathon, which will start at the ath
letic flold and run to tho fair, grounds,
around tho track once, and back to the
Held. Tho lino push will be Burpdr
vlsed ly twenty Bonldrs and Junlofl.
Yale's latest gift is a $425,000
physics laboratory. Two smaller gifts
wore lately received, onb of $25,000 for
general endowment anji the other $15,-
i'for a forest school.
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SOPHS MEET AGAIN AND
8ECOND YEAR MEN WOULD AP
POINT OWN COMMITTEE8.
PRESIDENT POWERS DOES HOT AOREE
Meeting Is Adjourned and Committees
Are Named by President of the
Class Minor Officers
At ft meotlng full of sensations and
dramatic at Its cIobo, tho sophomoro
class yesterday morning again mado
good its claim to posBosslon of tho
hottest political pot that tho university
has soon boiling for many a day.
Called for tho transaction of routine
business matters, tho Bossloh soon do
voloped. Into a complox political and
parliamentary scrap, and Ondod only
by a suddon ndjournmont, Which loft
tho dlBpUtod quostlon still unsottlod.
Tho question at Issue In yoBterday's
meeting wub tho right of tho presi
dent to appoint committees for sor
vice during tho current somostor. Tho
diacusBlon woh proclpltatod by a mo
tion of William Ritchio, a froBh,man
law, providing for tho seloction by
voto of tho class of tho chairman of
all committees and of tho master of
coromonies of tho class hop, Tho
Olympic committeo and, tho sophomoro
representatives on tho inter-clasB ath
letic board woro specifically oralttod
from tho motion becauso of the fact
that thoy had already boon announced
by Presldont Powers.
Starts a Row.
Ritchie's motion aroused tho frlonds
of Powers, and for bovoral -minutes tho
debate was Warm. PoWors adhoronts
claimed that It was a traditional right
of tho class prosldont that ho should
appoint tho committees. Thoy con
tended that tho action prOUosod
would bo a dlroct slap at his author
ity. Tho supporters f tho chongo
argued that "thoy wore not personal In
tholr deBlro for k)ff$$Ht'nbthb'l1)f
aifpolritmo'hl. hVlielaHlTat Vhbf?: Ac
tlon In omitting from tho effect of the
rlilp (uoslp committees already an
nounced removed 'thom from any
suchchafgoB. ' ' ' J I ,
" PFesldont "Powers "de'cla'rdd In his
own behalf that subn Action' by tho
class would sOrlotisly embarrasri him,
Inasmuch as ho had already tOld cdr
tain students that ho wotld appoint
thom to office. Tho matter Was com
plicated by tho lack of any constitu
tion to which tho quostlon could bo re
ferred. After several minutes' heated 'discus
sion a motion to adjourn was made.
President Powers put tho question to
a viva voce voto and announced it
carried. Members of! the opposition
called for a division, but Powers loft
tho platfonri, Ho later stated that he
did not hear tho call for 'a division.
Was It the Laws?
Adherents of President Powers say
that tho opposition was largely 'insti
gated by freshman laws, who wero dis
gruntled at the failure of tholr candi
date in the president campaign which
closed a week ago. At that tlmo con
siderable t hard 'feeling was aroused
over tho fraudulent 'voting which made
it necessary to declare tho first elec
tion void. At tho second election
Powers received -a majority of over
2,'tq 1. ' ,
Members of the class who supported
Ritchie's motion declared yesterday af
ternoon thaT tho matter was . not
brought tip by the" laws'. Thoy say
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