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VOL. XI. NO. 5.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, SEPT, 30, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
FIRST 1911 FOOTBALL
GAME THIS AFTERNOON
VARSITY MEN TO MATCH WITH
GOOD fAST PRACTICE HELD FRIDAY
Freshmen are Strong and Expect to
Give First Team Men a
CHARLES WILLIAM TAYLOR, '98
Clashing In tho first game of the
1911 football season, Nebraska will
meet tho Freshmen team at Nebraska
Field this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Today's gamo will bo tho first of a
series of practice games to bo played
thiB year between tho Freshmen 'and
tho Varsity Bquads, tho next ono be
ing scheduled for next Thursday.
Practice at Nobraska Field Friday
night consisted in tho laborious work
of drilling hard in signal practice, and
thon trying out tho plays against tho
second team. Plays wore stopped and
gono .over in detail timo and tlmo
again- by Coach Stiehm, and at tho
end of tho day's work, in a few mo
ments' hot scrimmago, tho Cornhusk
ors ran off a number of forward
passes and quick plays for good
Potter a Star.
" Pottor played quarter- JErlday -Vdth.
Hornborgor at tho center position.
Potter's work with tho ball is spoody
and sure and when ho gets hiB team
working in with tho plays bettor, it
looks as. if ho will bo a great suc
cess as tho brains of tho olovon.
In the game today it is expected
that Stiehm will uso almost every
player who is now on the first squad,
trying thom out thoroughly before bo
ginning tho work for final practice
next week for tho opening game."
Following is tho lineup of the Var
sity men who will take part in tho
game': Center, Hornborgor, Elliott,
Freitag; right guard, Ross, Pearson,
Hanzllch; left guard, Stelk, Hornbor
gor, Underwood; leTt tackle, Shonki
Swapson, Andrews; right tackle, Har
,mon, Anderson, Miller; right , end,
Lofgron, "Westover, Elwoll; loft end,
Chaunor, Hydo, McKeo; quarter, Pot
ter, E: Frank, Mulligan; right half,
Frank, Russell, McKinnoy; left half,
Owen Frank, Racely, Black; full, Pur
dy, Gibson, Cruse.
Freshmen are Strong.
Assistant Coach Rathbone has
worked hard all week with his Fresh
men warriors and they make a good
stand against tho heavy onslaught of
the first eleven. The Freshmen team
is going put after that gamo today
and will show tho Cornhuskers some
real pre-season football.
Coach Rattibone's lineup is as fol
lows: Center, Allan and Maston;
guards, Eworak and Fautts brothers;
tackleB, Maston, Stutts, Pitts; ends,
Isreal, Delamotor, Beck; quarter,
Hawkins, Appol, Howard; halves,
Beck, Howard, Hawkins, Mills; full,
CROWDED TO THE LIMIT
CLAS8ES BEING HELD IN BASE
MENTS AND ATTIC8.
LAW SCHOOL HIT WORST If ALL
Chemistry Laboratories Crowded to
Overflowing, Botany Moved Out
and Chowins Puzzled.
Principal Teachers' College High School
FRANK KRUSE ANNOUNCED
LINCOLN MAN HAS ASPIRATIONS
FOR SECOND YEAR CLASS
Another Sophomoro presidential
candidate has shown up in the per
son of Frank KruBO, of Lincoln. His
candidaoy was announced last night
by some friends, but Kruso could not
be located for an interview.
Kruso Is a husky football player,
who was a star ono year on tho Beat
rice high school team and for two
years played on tho Lincoln high
school winners. Ho was at ono timo
a member of a L. H. S. debating
squad, and was one of tho most prom
inent men in his high school class.
Injured In Olympics.
Last ,year Kruso was talked of as a
candidate, but could not bo persuaded
to make tho race. Ho served his
class as a member of tho Olympics
committee and was, himself, Injured
in tho contest, On account of which
ho was laid up for several weeks.
Kruso mado a good record in the
Ivy day meet last year, and is con
sidered as good material for future
football teams of the University. Ho
has been popular in class affairs.
Kruse is not a fraternity man.
Tho only othor announced candidate
is David Meeker, whoso Intention to
run waB mado known a few days ago.
COACH 8HERWIN TO U8F. ALL
NEW PRINCIPAL AT WORK
PROF. CHARLE8 W. TAYLOR HEAD
OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS'
"If the K. U. squad has no kicker I
will develop ono," is the declaration
of Ralph W. Sherwln, the new foot-
Charles W, Taylor, of tho class of
1898, has succeeded Professor Crocker
as principal of the Tomplo High
School. In connection with hiB new
work ho will also have a class in
"School Administration" in tho
Mr. Taylor is regarded as ono of
tho ablest school men in tho state.
Since leaving tho University ho has
had twelve years' experience as super
intendent of tho city schools at OhI
owa, Geneva and McCook.
Ho was president of tho Central No
braska Teachers' association and of
tho Southwest association. His ap
pointment is received with unquali
fied approval by school men every
where, all recognizing him as being a
man of splendid administrative abil
ity. Upon graduating from the Red Oak,
Iowa, High School, Mr. Taylor en
tered tho University of Nebraska,
where ho took an active part In stu
dent affairs. Ho was a member of
tho Interstate Debating team and cor
responding secretary of tho Univer
sity Y. M. C. A.
ball coach at Kansas. Sherwln is a
Dartmouth man, who played under
tho new rules last year. The now
gamo is to punt tho ball and Sherwln
will introduce these eastern methods
at Kansas. Ho claims that "risks'' at
gaining aro what win games.
"Every avallablo attic and baBO
ment on tho campus us already boon
converted into a classroom to rolioro
overcrowded condltlonB, so wo ard
unable to further remedy tho conges
tion, declared Suporintondont ' of
Buildings, Grounds and Construction
C. E. Chowins.
Classes of beginners in tho law col
lege are suffering tho most from tho
situation. Room 304 in University
hall, wherp those olaBBes aro sched
uled, boiUb only sixty-Bovon, whoroas
there aro over eighty Freshmen Laws
enrolled, and tho number 1b apt to
increase rather than diminish.
A number of ordinary straight chairs
have been pressed Into servico, thoro
by packing tho room to its full ca
pacity, yet it Is evident that when full
attondanco becomes tho rulo after this
weok's unsettled conditions, standing
room will have to bo resorted to.
Dean Hastings' Puzzled.
Judgo Hastings, dean of tho law col
lege, and tho professors of tho department,-
have boon trying .tajJolve,
tho problem evor sinco tho first
classes wore held, but have finally
glvon It up to Suporintondont Chowins.
Othor classes aBlde from thoso In
Freshmen law aro also too largo for
their regular quarters. Dr. Bessoy's
classes in Botnny I had to bo sched
uled in tho Mechanical Engineering
building instend of old Nebraska hall
on account of insufficient room in tho
Official Plumber Ousted.
Students who aro curious to know
Just why a supply of plumbing pipe
and fixtures now occupy the ground
north of University hall, will bo In
terested in learning that tho Univer
sity plumber, with his paraphernalia,
was ouBtod from his sanctum in tho
basement in order to make room for
the Legislative Referenco Bureau.
Where to stow tho plumbing material
is now a question with the authorities.
What to do with tho crowds of
chemistry students, that have poured
In upon him, Is tho question which is
now perplexing Professor Benton
Dales, head of tho chemistry depart
ment. Chemistry Labs Overflow.
Over eight hundred students havo
registered in this department. Tho
original capacity of tho chemistry
buildings allows for only five hun
dred and seventy. Last year nearly
seven hundred students wero accom
modated in ProfosBor Dale's depart
ment, but it was crowded to tho limit.
With an attendance moro than ono
hundred greater than last year, new
accommodations will have toxbo pro
vided. Notices of the desk arrange
ments will be posted Saturday If pos-
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