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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1911)
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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
RETURN OF LAST YEAR'S BIG HIT.
Edited by Gould
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Hard, grinding, drill work, tostlng
tho iibllltlcB of ouch and ovory man
trying for' a placo In tho CornhUHkcr
llnoup lu tho Hchodulo of practice
hourH undor Coach Jumbo Stlohm
this wook. Hack on tho Stato Farm
grounds Tuesday aftornoon, Stlohm
put the 'Varsity Htiuad through a hot
practlco to mako up for tho dayB al
most lost through tho ground being
wot and Bllppory from rains.
Scrlmmago work against tho froBli
man team completed tho work, the
froshmon taking tho hard knocks of
tho UnlvorBlty olovon'B attacks for
flftoon mlnutOB. Although tho 'Var
nlty wont through tho lino for good
gains and ran off play nftor play that
fooled tho underclass men, It wns
not easy work by any means.
Coach Kathbonc's squad qf frcBh
men Is one of tho beBt tho school has
soon In years und thoy aro doing
good work in holding tho busy Corn
IniBkor olevon ho woll.
Threo days of practice remain to
tho CornhUBkors before tho first game
with Kearney Normal School, and in
that time thore will bo threo dayB of
harder pructlco than tho squad has
soon this year. Not only will Stlohm
test his mon thoroughly, but he will
also Improve tho team work and
spood up the plays of tho Nebraska
To Correct Mistakes.
Tho nightly scrlmmagos with the
good froBhman team is showing to
tho coach tho weak spots in tho 'Var
sity makeup. Thursday tho 'Varsity
and tho froshmnn teams meet for a
-final practlco gamo boforo tho seasou.
opoiib and Friday tho mlHtakos ap
parent Thursday will bo corrected.
Kearnoy Normal has a good team
this year and It will show tho Corn
huskors a battlo and glvo a real test
of tho strongth of Nebraska.
Whothor Jerry Warnor will hold
his old position of quarter or whether
ho' will bo swltchod to half Is ono of
tho undecided quostlons of tho Corn
huBker lineup. Tho coach proposop
to try him out at half or full and
plvo Potter and Krneat Frank a
thorough tryout at quarter beforo an
nouncing which placo will go to tho
leturned All-Missouri Valley back.
With Warnor at half or fullback.
Purdy and Owen Frank would mako
up tho two othor mon of tho far-back
trio and probably Potter at quarter.
Ernost Frank and Racoly would
mako tho sub halves and Mulligan
tli Bub quartor, Uiub settling the per
plexing question of tho Nebraska
.backflold. Gibson will also bo a con
tender for tho fullback position. But
tho worst of it 1b that nobody knows
ae yot who will mako any placo.
Tho lino will have Hornborgor and
Elliott, ono at contor and tho, othor
at left guard. Shonka at left tackle
with Anderson as substitute, and
Chaunor, loft ond. Pearson at right
guard and Harmon at right tackle,
with Swanson substitute mako that
8ldo of tho Uno'safo with Lofgron
on tho ond. McKoo proves to be n
good ond and will probably join the
squad as sub end.
MINNESOTA FACES PROBLEM
IN DEVELOPING 1911 TEAM
Minnesota's team, If It is as great a
succobb this year as In 1910, will be
a great tribute to the ability of
Coach WillianiB. Nino mon of tho
team will have to bo taught now
positions, Captain Pickering at loft
ond and StovonB at right half, bolng
tho only mon playing their old places.
Hrdahl Is doing his best to fill the
BlronuouB shoes of Johnny McGovorn
at quartor, and Vanstrum is playing
full for tho Gophors. McAlmon and
Lawler aro fighting for tho othor
halft Tho remainder of the lineup
at present Is: Hansen, loft tackle;
Smith, loft guard: Robortson, cen
ter; Frank, right guard; Eldon, right
tacklo. and ShaughnosBy, right ond.
Coach Williams Busy.
Tho Gophor montor has a llnoup
of big mon, capable, and moBt of
tlrm spoedy, but It will tako long
weoks of hard practice to glvo Min
nesota tho team that walloped tho
Cornhuskors last year. Saturday's
score of but R to 0 over Ames looks
good to all NobraBka. Romombor tho
year of 1902?
Nebraska plays Minnesota two
weoks from next Saturday. It will
be a stronger team If you go out and
root. Root at tho Thursday practice
games, root next Saturday, and root
when Kansas Agricultural comes up
hqro on October 21. Tho Scarlet and
Cream noods you.
WANTED Somo protty cadet boys
to ushor In Manager Eagor's special
girls' section. NO PAY.
Kansas Agricultural College is Bor
iouBly considering forming a "Beat
Kansas" rooters' club. How about
SAY! Has that season ticket been
bought9 Well, don't let's have to
waBte space urging you to do thlB
moro than two weoks.
Tickets for Saturday's gamo can bo
obtained at Harloy's and at Ed
Young'B. Get one If you haven't got
a soaBon ticket.
AmoB has had only ono streak of
bad luck thlB yoar, when "Big Bill'
Bronnan wxonched his shoulder. It
will put him out of tho game for some
Aro wo glad Jorry Warner 1b rip
ping off signals, carrying tho ball and
contributing his sharo to Nebraska's
glory? All togothor, wo aro, Jorry.
Ames Basket-ball Captain Resigns.
Tod Voltrup, tho husky baBkot-ball
star of Ames, will not captain tho
crimson and gold team this winter
as ho had planned. Voltrup has only
ono moro year in collogo athlotlcs
and two moro In school and as his
work, Is heavy this yoar, ho has de
cided to glvo up tho captaincy and
play next year Instead. ,
It got too hot for scrlmmago at K.
U. last woek. Tho thermometer reg
istered 90 degrees on several days
and tho football playors aro reputed
to bo as thin as tho much-abused
long drink of water.
Amos' football olovon has boon U
practlco since August 25 and tho
Farmors are roputod stronger than
for years. Do you know what that
moans? A tussle. Got out and root
for your team.
Boar stories aro floating here on
tho broozo and otherwise from tho,
football camps of othor schools. If
Jolly Elliott can find a way to stick
with? us this yoar our record will ha
perfect Just tho way wo llko It.
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