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Vol: X. No. 17
UNIVERStTYiOF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1910.
Price 5 Cents.
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GOPHERS JAKE CQRNHUSKERS'
E 21 TO 0
McGOVERN HANGS UP 11, WHILE
ROSENWALD ADDS 10
Pickering Supplies 5 More and Morill Makes 1 Captain
.Temple, O. Frank and Collins Star for
""Nenraska in the Contest
Nebraska loBt to Minnesota in a
football game played Saturday at Min
noapollsby a score of 27 to 0. Slln
nosota itad tho game bottled up and
laid away from thb vory start and tho
CornhUBkera nover had a chanco.
Minnesota had a wdndorful back
leld. McGovernr Stevens, Johnston
and Roscnwald played a perfect game,
and with a powerful lino iff front of
thorn pounded through Nobraska lino
at Omaha IaBf yqar -If anything, ho
surpassed it. Timo and again ho dart
ed through tho lino or around the
onds for long runs. Tho Cornhuskcrs
could not stop him, for oven whqn
tackled ho bad a wiggling, squirming
run which noarly always tore him
loose.- ; - -
orn, Pickering. Goals from touch
down Morrill. Goals from Held Mc
Govern 2. Referee Endsloy, Pruduo.
Umpire Mumma, West Point. 'Field
judge Holdnoss, Lohlgh, Head linos
man- Haddon, Michigan. Timo of
quartors Fifteon minutes.
Tho Cornhuskcrs will meet Denvor
on Nebraska flold Saturday, Octobor
22. Denver has a strong toam this
year and "a good game is looked for.
So far no Donver "dopo" has drifted
this direction, but tho Mountaineers,
-will likely bo heard from this week.
Scrimmage work will coramonco
again today, and Conch Cole will com
monco getting his team in slfapo for
tho garao next Saturday. Tho prac
tice Inst night consisted of Bigual
work alone, and the team did not go
No Rates to Kansas.
Manager Eager urges that ovory
Btudeni who can go to Lawronco for
tho Kansas garao. Ho makes tills an
nouncement now because tho rail
roads havo rotused to grant special
Temple, O. Frank and Collins.
For tho Cornhuskers, Tempio, Owen
Frnnlc nnd Tallinn worn fhn Vnnn u-lin
and around the ends- for gain altar Ljr JQy miQ hmd Qf
thoir religious as well ns scholastic re
Rev. Leland In Charge,
llov. Dean 11. Loland, who will bo
tho chlof oxecutivo.iu clinVgo of tho
bonoflt fund, is vory popular among
tho unlvorslty studonts. Having boon
activoly engaged about Lincoln as the
hond of tho educational committee he
has gained much promlubnco among
tlfo studonts, and, by his association
with thorn, has been placod In an ex
collont position. to know tho no'eds of
tho different Nebraskans, and can ad
minister to thorn accordingly.
Dr. Richard C. Hughes of Madison.
Wisconsin, 1b in Lincoln now visiting
Dr. Leland and investigating the
plans to bo employed by tho Presby-
torinns in thoir work among 'Nobrnskt
students. Dr. Hughes is the Hold soo
lotary of tho national, board of educa
tion nnd has had a groat deal of ox
perienco with university studonts. He
also attended tho Prosbytorian synod
OB. H. H. EVERETT RESIGNS
INSTRUCTOR IN MEDICAL. COL
LEGE ASKS TO GO.-
CAME AS 'A SURPRISE
Cornhuskers Fight Bravely.
Ono thing can bo said for tho Corn
huskers :altbpugh beaten in tho first
quarter, they did not glvo up, but
camo back at their opponents .with
jrrlt and stubbornness, fighting every
, inch of 'tho. way.
'Minnesota scored in tho first quar
ter almost "before tho Nobraska root-
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ACTION UNEXPECTED NOTHING
bONE ON MATTER SO FAR.
fio Notice Given by Dr. Everett Re
garding the Matter Until Hie V:
Request Wat Piled.
CAPT, "JACK" TEMPLE;
The Cornhueker Tackle Who Fought
to the Finish. .'
rrhad time to realize that tho ga.me
ad begun. With a whirlwind attack,
e GopkSra carried, the ball down the'
aid nnd Hunt McGovorn across thd
Ail. . . . . w. . i.
mine for a toucnuown. rnreo ioucu-
downs -with ono kicked goal we.ro
marked up before tho end of the first
fifteenmlnutes ,Pt glsgi - 'f .
The Cornhuskera: rallied la;, the seer
Tond quarter, and bad it not been for
4 f amble by Warner on Nebraska's
Iwenty-flvo yard Jlno would have held
the Gopher" without a acore. .
jMeG0Tern; repeated hie performance
braskans watching the game. Tomplo
held up his side of tho lino and fro
quontly broke up offensive plays
Owen Frank played Ills usual brilliant
game in breaking up interference and
blocking attomptod ond runs. Collins
several times broko through tho min
nesota lino and pulled" down a runner
before ho could got started.
Minnesota had a decided advantage
in tho oxchango of punts, McGocern
and Pickering kicked bettfcr than
Frank and the Gophers, as a, rule mdd,e
srreator calns on roturnlhK'nunts.
'Nebraska could not gnin through the
lino Minnesota put up and .could mako
only a fow gains around tho ends.
'Minnesota may liavo had a strong
toam last year, but tho ono this year
Is said to bo tho strongest tho insti
tution has over had. Tho Gopher lino
surprised even. tho Minnesotans. They
liad "oxpocted'a strong beckfleld, but
had "been dubious regarding thoir lino.
Tho first "fow minutes of play, dis-1
polled all doubt. .
Only one accident of any conse
quence happened to mar tho game.
Elliott, left guard for tho Cornhusk
ers, was thrown hard In tho last fow
minutes of play and was carried off
tho field with a broken collar bono.
Ho may bo out of tho game tho re
mainder of thoeaBon. If Elliott lute
to stay out of tho gamo tho Nobraska
lino' will loso ono of its strongest men.
Nebraska tried tho foward pass only
a fow times, Tmt made sovoral of Hie
biggest gains on this play. Robinson,
McGovorn and Rosenward featured in
the forward passes made by Minne
In tho -first quarter. Minnesota piled'
ud 16" points and added five more to
tho number In tho socohd"qunrtorr-Iir
tho last two quartors, it tho score may
bo taken as a standard, 'Nebraska
played a far .bettor gamo than In the
first two quartors. Minnesota failed
to mako"" a touchdown after tho first
half, and tho remaining six points
were mado by McGovorn on two drop
kicks, ono in each quarter of tho last
The Ljne-up. ".
Tho llno-up; . , '
Nebraska. , - MInnosota.
Chaunor.,, . . . . , L. E;..... . v.PIckerIng
Shohka. . , ... . v L. T. . . .'..,, .Walker
rates for tho gamo and it will bo noc
essary for all who go to pay full faro.
No rates woro granted last year and
Kansas sent an unusually largo dele
gation. 'Manager Eager does not liko
to think tho 'Nebraska delegation will
bo smaller than tho ono sent up here
from Kansas. Fraternities .or sorori
ties desiring to charteV Pullmans
may do so by ongaging eighteen
berths. Plans are being pushed to run
a special to meet tho Jayhawkors.
WILL M. MAUPlN TO 8PEAK.
STUDENTS ARE TO BE AIDED
PRE8BYTERIAN SYNOD WILL 8ET
ASIDE 5 PER CENT
Dcputy Labor Commissioner to Ad
Mr. Will M;; Maupln, deputy labor
commissioner for, Nobraska, will ad'
dross tho members of rtiotorlc 22 this
morning nt 7:15 o'clock at U107D on
tho'closcd vs. tho open shop. This is
tho question which tho teams dobating
Wisconsin at Lincoln nnd Illinois nt
Urbann will discuss.
NEBRA8KAN AN INVENTOR.
REV. DEAN R. LELAND IS IN CHARGE
8TATE CHURCH CONTRIBUTIONS
TO FURTHER MOVEMENT.
Complete Plans to Be Announced at a
Later Day-r-Worthy Men and "
Women Will Be Assisted.
Harry D. Pqdelsak, 1894 Gains Fame
by His Work,
Tho Farm, Implement .Nows of July
28,tli. contains ardescription of ono of
itho fine now Boif'b'lhddrs built by tho
John Deero company. This new
binder 1b tho Invention of Mr; Harry
D. Podolsak a graduate ffom the en
gineering department with 'tho class
of 1804. Mr. Podelsak has had wide
oxpcrlenco as a designer and experi
mental export with thojlnternatlonnl
Dr. II, II. Evorott, professor in tho
medical collogo, yesterday rdslgnod
his position as a membpr of tho fac
ulty ot.the university. ;
ThlB action camo as a comploto sur
prlso to studonts and faculty mombors'
as well. Dr.Evorett has been con
noctod with tho faculty of the medical
collego. -for-somo. timo,. and ihojoason
for his resignation is unknown.
No statement. , ,
When asked abqut this, action Mon,
day evening Dr. Everett stated that ho,
had nothing to say at the prpsont.Umc,
about the matter.
No (urthe'r Information cb.uld bo ,8
cured regarding ho resignation of Drv
Everott Faculty members and'stu-,
dents havo, no Information on the ac
tion of Dr. Evorott. M
Notice. . ,
Football rally Thursday, Octobor 20;
at 11;30 In Memorial -hall. Eyorybody
ATHLETIC8 TAKE FIRST.
' That all students of tho Unlvorslty
of Nebraska, who havo previously
manifested a desiro to "mako good"
but havo been financially hampered,
will now receive a;hoarlng and prob
ably financial assistance, is a fact re
cently attested by tho Prosbytorian
synod- ut Beatrice. This assembly de
creed that five per cent of tho state
contributions of the Presbyterian
churchos of Nebraska bo apportioned
aB n fund to be used exclusively In
the' Interest of university studonts
who aro conscientiously trying to ac
quire a ' higher education, but who
havo not financial means to back their
A movement of this naturo has been
on-fbotrfoira long time, probably in
stigated by tfio apparent necolsity for
such a fund.' Attempts havo been fre
quently mado to dotormlno-a means of
assisting studonts along money lines
With Bonder In the Box, Cubs Held to
. Three Hits. v
Tho first of tho world sorles base
ball games botween the Philadelphia
and Chicago Nationals resulted in a
victory for tho former. Overall STart-
"od tho gamo for tho Cubs, but was
taken out and replaced by Mclntyro.
Thb scorV: f '
Chicago ...... 0 0 0,0 0 0 0 0 01 3 1
Philadelphia ...0 2 1 0 0 0 .01 4
v Ba'ttorles Overall, Mclntyro
Kllng; Bender and Thomas.
Y. W. CLASSES START WORK
Sections Organized and Registrations
v -Almost Complete..
Tho first session for tho University
of Nebraska Y. W. C. A. Bible study
classes starts tonight With thb
classes fairly1 organized and the regis
trations almost 'completed, tho Y, W.
wlthoiit Inflicting heavy interest re- c. A. officials announce that they hayb
qulremonts. The action of tho PreB- every indication for a yery profitable
byterian church, whlcli has developed season In Bible study work.
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Elliott, t. . , ,ru LG. v... ( ,-, i .Bromley
Collins, , C Morrill
Hornborgor.,.. It. G, ......,. Smith
Temple ,.. R.B. .........Young
Lofgren. ,.".,, r, It, B. ;..'.,. ,-L. Frank
Warner, . i , .a,.,tQ.. v ... .Jcaovern
O. Frank , . L. H Rbsenwald
B, Frank.. t It'H. Stevens
Minor ' h
much Interest among fHo university
students, Is tho first successful at
tempt to, actually apportion money Tor
student use only. '
Tho plan of the Presbyterians will
be announced in detail at a later date.
The t five, jper cent contribution fund
haying been secured, it will -be the
duty of the Rev. Dean R. Leland of
Lincoln to see; that it is pifiperly ex
pended among tho worthy students.
It Is thought that a double benefit will
at least be derived from this appor
tionment, namely not only that it
wljl materially aid well meaning stur
dents, but also that it will provide
numerous ways aad devices for organ-
Rathbomo...,., F.-B, ,V.,..JokMto Itlng the large numbej of ualverslty
ToHchdowns-r-Ttosenwald', 2, McGor stutlests' la Llscok aad 'attendlag to
A vory unique llttlo pamphleUhas
recently been issued by the associa
tion which contains; in part, a class
schedule of the course. All members
who have not yet "enrolled in any ofj
the classes and do not know the pre
scribed courses, are requested to pro
cure ono of, these "Did You Know'
The course in "The Life of Christ'
by Miss Carrie: K. .Schultz, and; the
course in 'rfhe Leadipg Ideas brjtke
Gospel' by -Rev.-Deaa RllJelirad,
stsrtti'lstt.alKk the fomer'at BHo'i,
the latter 7 to S, The course ia 'he
Life of Paul.'.'-by TtfWlpIerle TkbmasT
has received very few Tfgistratioas;
and lU'orsltIorjl so far vmcer-
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Cornhusker Half Who Did the teetlni
" "for Nebraska. ' " - ,
ADD TO PRIZE LIST.
Fat Catle Return from Kansas .City
pfewwtiwi wmn ntwwwww
'The fat cattle exhibited ey the de
jsartset of aslBMil hasbaWdry attie
Aaterloaa Royal sHoef mSytf-kt KawMut1:'.
pity arrlrrfd is. LiMcolJfiterayV"if
the; show; which J meit'tb the Ohleea '
Jateniatiosat Live tock sfcow'the
Kilrerelty exhlhit .took r Scet
frlsee, oM'.seooai, eiie. third sM 'eeie
fort.h ' Thew cattle are, e4d la th4
J4tif feetees -at the- ilTeaHy
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