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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1910)
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3 Vol XT No. 16
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, 'LINCOLN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 19107
T f . A
oame. will be played today
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AT MINNEAPOLIS. '
stroots. Tho plays will bo described
ancLglvon to tho crowd by; megaphone!
Bulletins will bo posted. 'Tho Dally
Nobraskan will publish an extra
'Which will bo Hold 'on tho Btroota at
tho closo of Iho gamo. Full (totalis
of tho groat gridiron contest
Nebraska Is Conceded to Have the
x lest Chance It Has
Had In Years.
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- Nebraskawlll -meet;iMinne80U on
tho Minneapolis Hold this afternoon
with a'botWr chance ofVlrihlrigfthah
tho team Has had for years. Every
man ia in good condition, and when
tho team trots out on tho Hold It will
be the 'best fighting machTnb tho uni
versity- has .over put out.
Just beforo the team left they were
given ja demonstration of enthusiasm
such,. ''ha. tho- university has soldom
seen. " It Bhowod that every student
of thO' university Is behind tho team.
The expression of loyalty had tho of;
SENIOR COMMITTEES NAMED
MINOR OFFICERS IN CLASS OF
1911 CH08E.NJYESTERDAY, .
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C. A. BENNETT DEFEATS A.
HARE IN CLOSE CONTEST.
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Temple LT. Walker
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feslUn C. '...Morrell
Hornberger. . . . R. Q i Robinson
-hpnka'v ,.h$ B. T. ,v .Young
Lofgren.....'... R. E. .."........Frank
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Alnor ,'IJ.. f.f R,. H'. , . . ,.'. ,Stevene
Rathbone...... F.B. .'.......Johnston
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fecjtof,'ln8tllilnglnto oyerjr .football
man a dtermlnation to do or die. u
" "King" Colo, whllo ho'would not
como out with a flat prediction of vl&i
tory, aispiayea a connaenco in nis
Weiss andr Coulter to Have Charge of
the Senior Promenade leven -
Other Committees Appointed.
At a mooting pf fho sonlor class
Friday afternoon . In TJiOO, mlnoV dC
fleers for theTsomoBtor,,we!ro' olooted.
Tho only conteat was in tho election
of a mombor to tho student publica
, Tho opposing candidates wore A. M.
"Haro aniSnc. ,A. Bennett Bennett win
ning by a majority of threo votcB, the
ballot standing 30 to 27.
Tho other officers woro ejected as
follows: Kathryn Willis, vico-Tresi-dfint',
Brota Bills, secretary;' P,aul
Appointment of Committees. ."
Following tho election. President
Raymond announced that he had ap
pointed tho following committees for
tho present semester:
Manager CJlastf Football RVG. Cofi'df
'Managor ClasB Basketball-T. Z.
Olympics B. H. Hahno, chairman;
W. J. Lompko, W. p. Powell, C, O.
Rost, E. D. Trump.
Cap and Gown Alice Humpo, chal
man; ireno Hendricks, Frank Dickin
son, JobbIo Biles, Hazel Rowland.
InterclasB Athletics B. M. Cher
rington, chairman; W. AMllek, T. Z.
Commencement Orator J..T, Vota
va, chairman; O. N. Foster, Emma
Outhouso, A. M, Thompson, C. J.
Lord, Martin, Goodiellow.
Sonlor PlayB, C. Marcollus, chair
man; Margaret Gutherlo, Julia Nagl',
Florence Whittior, Howard Plasters,
E. S. Munson, 'Allco Iverson, Alice
McCullough. i , I '
Pins-rH.E. Dixon, chairman; Ivan
McKilllp, Harry Ball, W( p. Forman,
Florence Tlnkhttm, P. J. JEIalldorsen,
O. 3. Gilmofe. j . w -
Finance A. "M. Harochalrman; R.
E. Rico, F. E. Rhode.
Senior Masquerade O. F. Walter,
chairman; Kathryn lyillis, V. B.
Krauso, V. C. Hascall, V. B. Smith, H.
F. Wundor, F. O. Sturmor, Mabol Sal
Senior -Hop Harold Noblo, chain
man; Earl Loo, master of coromonlos;
Alfa Warton, K. I. JYodorlck, D, D.
BoU,, JtB. BfalhMercia Stout. h.
Sonlor Breakfast Howard Plastorsj
chairman; Horbert Frd W. T. Wolv
lngton, Mab.ol JOavlsGrajJo Richaros,
Sonlor Promenade Walter Weiss,
chairman; Harroll C. Coultor, master
of coromonlos; Carl Rphman, L. C.
Hummoll, J. ErLawronco,.A. M. Obor-
folder, Guy Rood, Esthor Huntor, Flor
onco Dutton, Marlon Whltmoro, Fenria
LINCOLN HIGH PLAYS HASTINGS
Lep Mann, Lincoln's Star, Will Call
Hie Own Signals.1
Lincoln high school will clash with
Lincoln claims one of tho fast
est teams of . ho'r football history,
PLAN FOrr BIG SCRAP
aASS CAPS. TO? BE TflE TMWIY
SOME CHANGE rMAV MADE .IN
THE EV.ENT LltT.'
Sophomores Declare iHai -They V
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Revenge the Defeat of Last
. , J,YaiwUg Battle-Reyal.
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Arrangements are und.er way afor
001 flght known' asVtae, "Olymp
icB.'t -This is the organWtrctaWcom
tost, wh'lchv at Nebraslci takes (h
place of the old-timo color fights'- and
can rushes, The "Olymplosf are sin
Jn tho mindof Jr. Condra. , Tho or
ganized class fight wbloh is given this
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tlllott.... ....'.. L. G. '. vVolcott
Collins..!.-.,.... C. ...... ;.iShenka
ornhiror. . . . R.G. ', ..Evvlng
Shonka. ...... R. T. ,,....... Hartal
Lof iren R. E. ...... .Johnson
Warrfer. ,. . . . t Q1 ....... Ttentle
b. Frank .'..?!!-. L, H. .n Hleltxer
Minor.' . , M. H ' P- Frank
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wju D4.receiTa hi xubiucoiu uwiyi
tho-few-speecheB made by the foot
ball, men at tho .two .enthusiastic ral
lies ovory ono expressed 'Confidence
in himself and In his team. AndVon-
Xidence Is one of the' essentials.
Injuries Are Unimportant
(Rathbo'ne has an arm that; Is easily
injured, tout it is in good condition at
present Ernest Frank lias a' bad,
wrist and Harry, Minor is, still both
ered slightly by his 'bruised shoulder.
Elliott has had a weak knee all eea'-
son. sThoso Injuries are alL of a minor
character and "are not apt to handicap
play unless by some unfortunate acci
dent the former nurts should fie again
injured. - s
TheBiba aro',,ali in' fair condition.,
Rnssfll haa a knee which has been
bothering him a little, butthe rest aref
free from lnjurTes.-Seldell Is the least
prepared of 'all the back subs and the
most apt to be used because of his
ripping possibilities in - hlttiag the
line. He will be drilled- on signals
until thas contest, and, constantly
Coached in 'tho finer points of play,
Harmon, Sturraer, Ray, Gibson, El
well and, Freitag are all la perfect
trim and ready to giya a good' ao-'
count of themselves should the xi
genclea of play make their, presence
Minnesota's Whfrlwlnd 'Quarter Who Has an Accurate Booting Toe ,
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Captain of the oVtatrs, Who "the Ceftt
!k H JHMkera.HaVe, Sean feinted
white the Hastings dopostor has it
that tho boys from the Capital City
may meet a drubbing today at the
hands of their team. The Hastings
team weighs 162 pounds to the man,
jwhllo-the-Lincoin-,Doys .are not able
to tip tho scale for quite so large an
amount Lincoln will undoubtedly
run up against a worthy opponent
when, at three o'clock today, the
referee blows' h4&, whistle and signals
for the"TcIck-offrI will" be the Tfrst
home game this season for the Lin
Leslie Mann, the, famous star of the
Lincoln 'boys, will run he team to
day. This will be the first time that
Mann has been permitted to plan for
his own runs, and some sensational
work may be looked for. pick West,
over, a brother of the great Corn
husker player and coach, John West-
over,,.! the captain of the' Liacoln
team. Coach Nichols' boys' will pre
sent a good problem' today for the
out-state ladsjlo solve. "Hastings has
been putting "up a lively game this
season. The -game will be- oalledat
3 q'clock. jr ; '
A NEW YELL7 v V
This' yell wlll be Ne.' f, and wll
herafter to tfen as sue: '
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Neliraeka, Nearaaka; Nekraaka
Hwrrahl ; -
1 Nebraska la Juit t be spelled ' et
and eWlaliy thMM MA TjhW
yell. "Nefcraefca" three. tm and yell,
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Greek name and. has been- pulled off
at Nebraska for two years, Is a well
regulated llgbt .It' is' a supervised
scrap, but by no means a tame affair.
Shirts which go Into tho fray .In &
wholly good condition come out dirty ,
and fit only for the rag bag. It if a1
real scrap. Every man who has takek
part in the" two organized engage
ments has had his fill of class fights;
The Olympics Verb ursnalflitutei
at Nebraska' two years ago aa a sub
stitute for the fist fight on the cam-"
pus. In past years it bad beea the
annual custom of the sophomore class
to attack th first freshman meeting .
and afterward kidnap the first year.
president - The freshmen, reseatiat;
such actions, would start something
at a time when .the sophomores -were
wearing their best; clothes.? This
caused ao'lltila trouble for .thess who,
hadWhave their clothing refalred
and their eyes and nosea doctored up.
if May Wear Cass. !
The orgaaleed scrap is bow aa aa-.
Baal latitat W at Neiraska, It has
prsVed' itself alllstlact sapeeea, Ta1
wlaaers 1 'UeKeoatt arsajrarssd:
the) right 'to wear jO 9 ri
the sarraatyearj'.walls the aeeatbr)
of' tie teeta dasstars waraed btastV
otlisr staasssaoi'to appear la aaaairal,
asldgear, .at leaat aot api. tka 'ea. '
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4Tba referea fcaa- aot y'aaamaiE
poUUd, bit wlU'lU aamW eaa,
aea;t Tm&tfOU eoaimhiae otaaW-
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