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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!
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WHEN THE MISSOURI
TIGERS BEAT KANSAS
JAYHAWKERS THE ONLY TEAM
DEFEATED IN 1901.
ORASKA BEAT THE TIGERS 51 TO 0
Light" Missouri T4am Then Tore Up
the Kansas Line for the
One Victory of Its
Tho 1901 football team of the Uni
versity of Missouri, like tho 1895
eleven, Is remembered with prldo by
the alumni. That year tho Tigers
mado a poor showing In all tho games
of the schedulo except the Kansas
game. They won -from Kansas by a
score of 18 to 12 though they scored
only 29 points on their opponents the
Fred Murphy was tho coach of the
"Naughty-ono" Tigers. Like W. W.
Roper, coach of the 1909 team, he had
comparatively light men out of which
to make a football team. Among his
material wore Anamosa and "Izzy"
Anderson, bph of whom are known
by students of today.
The team started in- by losing to tho
American School of Osteopathy by 22
to 5. A woek lator .Simpson .Collego
defeated them, 11 to 0. They wore
scheduled to play Werrensburg at
Jefforson City, but Warrensburg tried
to play somo "lnellglbles" and the
game was callod off. Spectators who
food gathored at tho football Held re
turned home without their "money
, back." The gamo with Drake was
lost, 24 to 0 two touchdowns in each
ihalf. Ottawa was tied 6 to C. Coluin-
ibia.papors spoko of it as a "fast, scion
tlflc game; not of tho brutal kind."
-Nebraska by 51 to 0.
Nebraska ran up a Bcbro of 51 to
UheTigers, 0. This added to, the
gloom of the Missouri rooters. Then
CTexaUnIvorBlty won, 10 to 0. Tho
HasKeii". inuiuns ueieaiea me Tiger
before the game do
A Megaphone from the Co-op then you can root.
Ribbons and colors from the Co-op show your colors.
, "N" football and ribbons from the Co-op a classy souvenir.
Nebraska pennant and cane from the Co-op -High grade goods.
If you get these from the Co-op, you can rest assured that you will
have the best the market affords. : If you do not get them at the
Co-op, you should get some that look like the Co-op goods.
All that's best All thatys latest in college goods.
ENGINEERS Do you know that
team in a close game, although tho
scoro wns 19 to 0. Missouri had tho
bottor of tho game In tho first half,
rushing tho ball at ono Umo to tho
Indians' four-yard lino, but Kirk punt
ed out of dangor. Captain Charles
Washer played especially good foot
ball for Missouri. Many football crit
ics sold ho could make any. toam in
tho United States.
After those preliminary games tho
students considered tho chancos of
beating Kansas on Thanksgiving Day,
to say tho least wore "slim." But the
coach, Uko "Bill" Roper, had as his
mqtto, "Beat Kansas," and gave his
wholo attention to that purpose, lot
ting tho preliminary games take care
When Missouri lined up against
Kansas at Association park, Kansas
City, tho Tigers wore outwoighod ten
pounds to tho man. K. U. started off
with speed and made tho first touch
down and" kicked goal. Tho fast tricky
plays of tho Jayhawkors bewildered
Missouri for awhile, but tho Tigers
soon settled down and pushed tho ball
down tho field, fighting foot by foot,
and made tho second touchdown, also
kicking goal. The score was tied,
6 to 6.'
Neither- toam scored any more tho
first ..half. N(f brilliant plays were
.mode, and nearly all the ground was
won by llno-plunglng. Eight substi
tutes were used by Kansas. Missouri
replaced only one mant pjay tor, whoso,
collar bono was broken.
Surprised the Rooters.
Of courso tho rooters were sur
prised at tho showing Missouri mado
against the Jayhawkors. Evidently
the team had improved greatly.
In tho second half tho Tigers stuck
to simple HnO'bucking and tried few
end runs or kicks. The back field
plunged so desperately and tho line
hold so hard that Missouri made six
and ten yardB each down. When Mis
souri did mako ond runs, It was said
Its interference was almost perfect.
So tho Tigers plowed through the Jay
hawkors' .lino with shorter gains as
they neared the Kansas goal, until an
other, touchdown and goal were placed
to their credit. Kansas tied the score
not fail to provide
we sell Dietggen Slide Rules $3
with Its second touchdown and goal,
12 to 12.
Missouri cltizons who were Inter
ested In tho outcome of the gamo
would not at first bollovo the reports,
because of tho poor showing made In
the othor games. Of courso Columbia
eolobrated, and that night pajamas npd
nightshirts paraded tho streets.
JUNIORS GIVE A HOP AT
LINCOLN HOTEL NOV. 12
FORMAL OPENING OF HOTEL TO
ABSOLUTE LIMIT ON THE NUMBERS
Chairman Lawrence Announces That
No Tickets Will Be Sold
After Expenses Are
Only eight days remain until the
formal opening of tho university danc
ing season In tho Lincoln hotel. On
Friday, November 12, tho Junior hop
will bo held under tho chairmanship
of J. E. Lawronco, with Ralph Veav
erllng master of coromonles.
Although tho sophomores had an in
formal In Fraternity hall two weeks
ago, that danco Is not considered as
ono of tho regular affairs of the 1009-
1910 season. It waa rather a hold-ovor,
from last year, held In an attempt to
pay tho debts loft from tho preceding
semester. Tho s'econd year men plan
to still hold a regular hop and Infor
mal, thus disregarding the first dance
as a function of the present year.
First at the Lincoln.
Tho junior hop will bo the first uni
versity function to bo held In the Lin
coln hotel this year. Tho Lincoln
lobby has been redecorated and now
presents, a'handBpmo appearance. The
balcony has also been completely re
modeled and Js at last in harmony
with tho now dance nail.
Walt's orchestra will furnish the mu
sic for the hop and exceptionally neat
programs aro oxpocteu. '
Tho Lincoln will this yoar bo the
BOOK CO. lincoln neb
.75, Faber's $3.75, K & E $3.25.
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School" nTHmD mSorT
O. E. 13ULLABD, U. of N. '02, Manager
We teach the fancy dances Rye Waltz, Cadets', Society
Minuet, etc., dn Saturday nights, and use the University Or
chestra. This is your night, students; come and dance.
UNIVERSITY NIGHTS, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Class Nights Wodnosdovs and Socials Mondays and Fridays
Saturdays 8;00' to 10:00. 8:00 to 12:00
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