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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1910)
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TH25 DAILY KXBRASKAK
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PLAN FOR H BIG SCRAP
"' QohMntiacl ;from Pngo.l
mores and freshmen havo boon soloct-
ed and ars,at work lining uj? mon for
thr arfojuff "coMesTi; "Tlo 6ntIF?
supervlBlpRoa tho ovontful day la in
charge of upper clasffmon. Tho
h Olympics will be hold on tho morning
'of gllufda, -Ootobor 29, 'at 0 o'clock
probably oa-tbp athTotlp Hold.
- -ismi 'Changes.
Thens t wJU probably bo uomo
changes (U. the lineup of events this
-year a'nd'U tho number of Bcoros to
be .awarded for tho various contests.
There was somo dissatisfaction ox
pressed . last year by students whq
thought, tlut1 too much depended upon
Whlch,;cVs w5?n; ,tho froe-for-all, "bat
tle royal." Tho ovonts laBt yoar con
sisted, ofi ,a "Marathon run of about
.threeymllei "'rrom somo point at tho
'rid'1 of 'W stiftet car lino to tho cam
pus, ' ls ,tugdf-war; throo Wrestling
yrnVtchesJ three boxing contests, and
last of all tho big froo-for-all class
Tke yral ,f un canio whon last yoar
thtw Classes startod from 'olthor
end of the football Hold in a mad rush
.togeUpossesBion of a piece of ..can
fc vas, about ; ton foot square, which was
in the center- oft tho" Hold, guarded by
five stalwart warriors" of each of tho
olassesrpmallnches "of moh "fought
to keep each other away from tho cen
ter of activity, 'the' canvas. Ono man
could ho soehyhblding an opponent
xlown and at the samo timo trying to
Jtrlp anothon Tho .dust ?htch JfllJed
;the' air fairly choked Bomo of tho con
ytestaifts. but -thoy, scrapped on., Slug
ging or hitting of any kind was barred
and evory man was on his honor as a
Nobraskan to play tho gamo fairly and
squardly. Liko a' whirlpool in tho
ocean, the4 canvas moved back and
forth, but was suddenly ruBhod across
tho goal line and tho freshmon had
loon "defeated", and could not woar
clasB caps. It was a roal battle, and
whon tho dust had cloarod away- ovory
man' know that thoro had boon some
thing doing, and what was moro, that
ho had been in tho light.
Tho class of 1013 Which as n' fresh
man class mot defeat, Is dotormtned
this yoar It will cbrao out tho victor.
Tho first yoar classmen promlso that
they will glvo 'tho second year stu
dents a good scrap and that tho soph
omores will know that thoy had an
opponent, whon tho battlo ls.ovor. In
three of 'tho .eaatora colleges and at
Nebraska Wesloyan university tho
freshmen havo this season cleaned up
tho second year moh. Nobraska stu
dents aro wondering if tho' class oT
1914 will come out on top Octobor 29.
READ ALL ABOUT THE BIG
GAME IN THE DAILY NEBRABKAN
EXTRA. PUBLI8HED AT THE
CL08E OF THE QAME.
MINNE80TA IS READY.
Gophers Anticipated a Battle Royal In
"' -u Today's Game.
Minneapolis, Minn. This afternoon
tho Minnesota oloven went through
but a slight warming up, followed by
a long talk by Dr. Williams. From
end to end thoro is not an apparent
weakness in tho' maroon and gold line
and tho back field, based on its show
ing so far this season, stands un
equalled In tho country. Tho -followers
aro confident that tho team will
bo , returned victorious over tho ln-t
Vadipg forces from tho valloy,. but
thoso who aro wont, to not, lot their
loynltr best tholr -judgmontrfool that
thoro Is to bo n ibattlo royal on to
morrow and that tho outcome is In
groat doubt -
Tho chances aro, that conditions will
play an important. part-in tho contest,
and, if tho Cornhuskors havo tho edgo
In this rospect on tho Gophers then
tho Colo army is Ukoly to bo roturnod
tho victors. Tho Nobraska team Is
quartered at tho West hotel and tho
lobby Is being constantly thronged
with thoso intorestod to catch a look
at tho Nebraska giants. ElVory man
oh tho squad is reported as being in
tho best of Bhapo and fit for a long
and gruelling struggle.
Tho mombors of tho oldvon, though
not outspoken, show by their cbtivor
sntion that they fall to ttio whore
Minnesota has, anything on thonvand
appear confident of moro than an
ovon chance of winning. Colo had
nothing moro, to say othor than tho
toam camo up to play football and
would glvo tho best that thoy had,
but ho appoared to bollovo it was good
oridugh to win. Ono of tho largest
crowds that has over witnessed a
game with tho Cornhuskors will bo
on hand and ' extra 'seats are bolng
erectqd this afternoon to handle tho
READ ALL ABOUT THE BIG
GAME-IN THE. DAILY NEBRA8KAN
EXTRA. PUBLI8HED AT THE
CLOSE OF THE GAME.
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