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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1910)
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THE DAILY HKBRASKAN
Tha fallowing merchants and bual-
neis man f Lincoln are anxious to
etrve the University students. By
plaolni their advertisements In the
' olumns, f the Dally Nebratkan they
shew tiat they want your trade. And
yeu may be- sure that the merchant
vvha la willing to make a little effort
to et. yeur patronage Is the one who
, la going to treat you honestly and
enBjejerately in attempting to keep
"it,-"to" you as well as the Nebraa
kanwlll profit by trading with these
FiratfTrust & Savings
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J. 0. Wood & Co.
. Weber's Sultorlum
- Windsor Sultorlum
LMagoo. & Deomor , '
- Palace Clothing Co.
'Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
Miller & Palno
Rudgo & Quonzol
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Mageo & Doomor
I Mayer Bros.
- Palaco Clothing Co.
. Rudge & Guontol
.. Speler & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
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. Skirt Store
' .incoln 'Typewriter Exchange'
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TEAM MENKES 171 POUNDS
CORNHU8KER8 LINE TIPS THE
80ALE8 AT 180.
fOITBALL RALLY THURSDAY II A. N.
BAND TO BE THERE EAGER AND
COLE TO 8PEAK.
Saturday's Games 8howed Kansas and
Ames Not In the Best
Nobraska will moot Minnesota on
Saturday with a toam avoraging 171
pounds. The back Hold .Is llght with
an average of 1GC, whllo tho lino looms
up with 180.
Following are tho wolghts: Chaun
or, ljJl; Shonka, 201; Elliott, 188;
ColllnB, 177; Hornborgor, 107; Tomplo,
181; Fofgron, 1C0; Warner, 166; O.
Frank, 166; Rathbono, 168; E. Frank,
161; Minor, 162.
Tho following Minnesota line-up was
used In tho Mlnnosotd'Ames game
and will probably bo but llttlo changed
In tho Nobraska gamo: Pickering, loft
ond; Walker, loft tacklo; Bromley,
loft guard; Morroll, contor; Robinson,
right guard; Young, right tacklo;
Frank, right end; McGovorn, quartor
back; Rosonwalk, loft half; Stovons,
right half; Johnston, full back.
Yesterday for about fifteen min
utes tho Cdrnhuskora wont through
ono of tho hardest scrlmmago prac
tices thoy have had against tho pick
of tho froshmon.
Tho rogulars did not havo an easy
time with the first year team and
whllo they mado big gains ono after
anothor It was far from a walkaway.
It Is probable that anothor afternoon
of scrlmmago will bo gono through
Football Rally Thursday.
At 11 o'clock Thursday morning a
football rally will bo hold In Memor
ial' hall where all tho "rally enthusi
asm" which Nobraska rooters have so
far been unable to .get rid of, will
bo turned loose.
Tho rally will bo In reality tho first
Installment ot tho .send-off tho toam Is
to receive upon Its doparturo for Min
neapolis. The university band will bo
present to help along tho big nolso.
Coach Colo, Manager Eager and a
number of tho football playors are
scheduled for Speeches.
Expect Large Attendance.
It Is scarcely necessary to say that
the toam and Its closest supporters
are looking for a largo attendance.
After all that hoe boon said and done
about football rallies, and since this
one waa finally secured, there Is little
foar of a lack of attendants.
The other Installment of the send-
off will be given at the station Thurs
dny ovonlng when the team bqards a
train for Minneapolis. Every rooter
who cannot go with the team In per
son Is urged to join tho crowd at the
dopot,-buy a ticket and go In spirit.
Games Show Weaknesses.
The football contests of Saturday
in which Nebraska la vltally.lnterested
showed a remarkable weakness on the
part of two of tho futuro opponents
ot the Cornhuskers and an equally re
markable strength on tho part of
one. Ames was overwhelmed by tho
powerful attack of tho Minnesota
Gophers, a 49 to 0 score being hand
ed up. Kansas was held to a close
score by St. Mary's, a minor Kansas
school, tho Jayhawkors being only able
to scord nino points whllo their op
ponents earned a touchdown.
Newspaper reports of tho two gameB
all comment on tho weakness and lack
of knowledge of tho game showed by
the first year men who make up seven
each of the Ames and Kansas teams.
The Kansas backfleld seems to have
shown good form 'Saturday, but theft
line was weak. Ames, looked 'forward
io as a stiff contest, failed to" show
anything, the only redeeming feature
of the Aggies' work being their abili
ty to brace and hold the Gophers down
a Utile In the last half.
Another star player has been added
to the freshmen squad. This is. Earl
Krouse, formerly of Beatrice high.
Krouse, Purdy, the other fresliman
half, and Mulligan, the quarter; are all
from the same high school and give.
the freshmen a backfleld which Is
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UBeor'"'o working together. Krouse
mado a very good showing on his first
night, proving himself a nervy line
buckor, especially difficult to tacklo.
Ho weighs about 170 pounds. Ho is
looked on as excellent material for
Colo put In a largo share of his time
Monday night, coaching Seidell, the
full-back find of last week. Seidell is
a willing follow, but has much to learn
of tho gamo. Tho coach thinks that
nothing can stop him it he once gets
on to how to uso his marvelous line
bucking power. Ho is picking up tho
signals, and may bo available In case
of necessity next Saturday.
NORTH WE8TERN PILE8 UP IOWA.
Purple Retrieves Its Defeat of Last
Week by Victor Over Hawkeyes.
jmcago, i wortnwestorn "came.
back" this afternoon. After a humllat
lng defeat tho woek before by a sec
ond rate team In which the purple
players gave a wretched exhibition of
overy department of tho gamo, the
Evanston men put up a fast and pow
erful gamo that Iowa found it Impos
sible to overcome and the purple won
10 to 5.
It was the first time that North
western ever defeated the Hawkeyes
at football. In the other two games
played by the two Institutions, the old
gold and black wone the first, played
at Evanston thirteen years ago. Just
a decade ago tho two teams mot at
Rock Island Tn a Thanksgiving-day
contest, which was a tie, 15 to 16.
MI880URI CAPTAIN OUT.
Thatcher Has a ad Knee and Will Be
Unable to Enter Game.
Columbia, Mo. That Captain Frank
B. Thatcher ot tho Missouri university
football team will not5bo able to get
into tho game against Iowa Saturday
is tho statement mado hero by Dr. D.
F. Luby, tho Missouri trainer. Thatch
er has had a bad knee and' injured it
again In the Monmouth game. Luby
says he will bo out of tho game for
two weeks and possible three. This
would keep him out of tho Ames con
test also and possibly tho Oklahoma
game, but tho rootors think that ho
will be in shapo to play by tho tlmo
ot tho Ames game, which will bo
played here October 22. The loss of
Thatcher in tho Iowa game will
weaken the Missouri lino a great deal.
With the exception of Johnson, at
tacklo, the line possltlons will be filled
by Craig, a sophomore. Craig weighs
about 175 pounds and Is a Bhlfty play
er, but he lacks Thatcher's aggressiveness.
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selected because of his ability as a lead
er he knows every point of the game to
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selected because we know them to be
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Young Men' Sweater Coats
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Young Womens Coat Sweater
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LINCOLN HIGH GAME.
Local Team to Meet Hastings on the
The first homo gamo of the local
high school football team will be
played on tho university athletic field,
Hastings high school being tho oppon
ents. Tho showing mado by Lincoln
Saturday when by a'senBatlonal burst
of speed thoy scored twelve points
In tho last quarter against West Des
Moines high school and tied up the
score, has aroused a great deal of In
terest among tho followers of the
local school. Coach Nichols and Cap
tain WoBtover are working with the
high school boys and expect to have
them In much better shapo for Hast
ings than they wore for West Dob
Tho University of Colorado football
team has beon trying only ono change
in formation In the lino as a result
of tho now rules. It Is to have tho
center pass the ball sideways Instead
of through hlB legs, as custom has
always mado him do it.
Coach Folsom has been trying the
scheme off and on ever since the
Forr Lunches Put Up for Parties,
also Ice Cream and College Ices, and
Fruit Punches Call ait
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The University of Nebraska
Y. M. C A.
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU WANTS STUDENTS
to do watch and jewelry work
to run small job printing prets
to work Monday mornings tf or laundry, steady
to handle agencies for
, :UJt's $4f
season opened, but ho has Anally
come to tho conclusion that it will
not work effectively. Not that it is
not a safo way to pass tho ball from
the center to tho backs, but it docB
not prove to give tho contor enough
defense of his opponent after tho ball
is passed. Tho ball can bo moro ac
curately passed to tho backfleld the
new way, but the contor cannot sim
ultaneously plungo Into the lino with
out turning half way around. It is
found that ho could easily be toppled
over by the opposing center whllo off
The center now has to judgo his
distance to the backs much ltko ho
did in the previous gamo wtion ho
was throwing the ball for a punt or
a place kick. Folsom says it will
take a steady man in tho center of
the line to placo tho ball in in the
hands of the backs. Tho Colorado
quarterback will play back of tho
backs-throughout tho season except
In cases where the situation domands
he play as middleman.
President Northrop of Minnesota
has taken action to abolish tho gambl
ing alleged to be going on in -oigar
stores about the university campus.
different college prpposit-
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