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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1911)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
By Stuart Gould
SPEEDY HRON SQUAD
Columbia, Mo Oct. B. Forty mon
aro out for placoB on tho Tlgor olovon
thlB fall, and two wooks practlco finds
tho oquad with not a man injured.
Tho trimming that Missouri handod
William Jowoll school Saturday, 15-0,
loft tho Tigors with no mon Injured
and Coach Brewer is greatly pleaBod
with tho showing of tho team.
Eight Letter Men Out.
Bight "M" men nro out for tho team
again this yoar. Captain Hacknoy,
SLo Miro, iPixloe, Mills, Hustings,
Shuck, Knobol and Wilder aro tho
regulars, and thoro aro sovoral prom
ising mon from tho 101 OFroBhmon
toam. Thatcher at ond and Bloes at
quartor will probably make tho squad
Coach Browor is starting Captain
Hacknoy at quarter, but ho will bo
switched to half as waB done last
yoar, if tho quarter placo can bo suc
Hackney a 8tar Man.
Hacknoy is playing tho samo sensational-running
game that made hjm
a star of noto in 1910, and as for his
oducatod too, it won ton points in
Knobol has boon changed from half
to full and Plxloo moves this year
from ond to half. This is in lino with
Coaoh Broker's plan to dovolop two
comploto backflolds this year and
koop tho spood of tho Tigors at top
notch through all quartors by shaft
Enthusiasm is high horo and good
crowds aro expected out to tho games.
Wo play Rolln School of Minos Saturday.--
WILSON H. HELLER?
P. S. Wo aro going to boat No
.braska. W. B. II.
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AND 80 IT GOES.
October C, 1911
Old Scout I Bay, Old Timer, let's
buy our athletic tlckots today.
Old Timor Whafa tho use? Wo
don't caro about any of tho gameB ox
copt Missouri and Michigan, and
thoy aro two wooks off.
Octobor 28, 1911
Old Timer (at tho gato) Soventy
flvo contB for this game? That's pret
Novorabor 25, 1911
Old Timer (to gato-koopor) A -dollar
to boo Michigan? Well, such is
February 28, 1912
Old Scout Well, Old 'Timer,. I saw
tho Kansas Aggies, Missouri, Doano,
and Michigan; I've been to eight has-
kot ball games and moro to como, all
'on my athlotlc ticket.
Old Timor Yos, I should havo
'bought ono last fall. I'vo spont four
'.dollars and a quarter Boeing tho same
Modorato prlcoB, prompt service
.'Miller & Palno Tea Room.
Harvard Freshmen Victorious.
Tho 'Freshmen-Sophomore Olympics
,at Harvard' aro complotod. Tho
jfreahioB won tho wrestling, while tho
ppor . classmen triumphed in tho
Next to homo- cooking Miller &
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
fMSHMAN COMPELLED TO PLAY
WI8CON8IN FIR8T YEAR LAD8
- WEAR M0LE8KIN8 A8 PART
OF COLLEGE WORK.
All Freshmon at tho University of
WiBconsln aro, compelled to take a
year of football. This class 1b not
only now at Wisconsin, but Is entire
ly 'different from anything ovor at
tempted before in nny school. tAll
must lino up for general field work
during tholr Freshmen year for dis
cipline. ThlB does not mean that they
aro forced to enter match games.
Tho Hydo Printory, 1331 P St., up
todato printing of all kinds.
FOURTEEN HUNDRED CADETS
ILLINOIS HAS A RECORD LI8T OF
MEN IN MILITARY SCIENCE
WORK THI8 YEAR.
Over foutoon hundred men havo
registered this yoar for drill at tho
University of Illinois. The cadets
aro divided into four battalions, tho
first of which is composed entirely of
Tho Freshmon aro working hard
with tho intention of defeating the
second year mon in tho annual "com-
This is a record list of military sci
ence students for Illinois. It fs ono
of tho largest cadet organizations con
nected with any school.
Wo notice in tho news that 'Ahrons,
Kansas' contor. has changed his mind
and will bo In uiilform again this
yoar. Ho returned to school this
wook. K. U. has luck too.
Will you be thoro today to see old
Nebraska wallop Koarney?
Miss Alice EnBlgn, Dean of Women,
declares that tho girls should got out
and root, and helps form a girls'
rooterB club. Now Hawloy'a bunch
what yolla havo you practiced?
Dljd you notice that MlBBaurl ox
pocts to trim us? Can tho Tigors boat
the- Cornhnskers and on Nebraska
Say! You aro going to tho Mis
souri and Michigan games aren't you?
Well, It's going to cost you to go to
those two games almoBt enough to
buy that season ticket.
That now grandstand is practically
completed. Thanks, Eager.
That's all right footballors. Wo
have to win this gamo again Monday
on tho typewriter.
Mero man, no matter how enthus
iastic sn rooter or how great a "crush"
ho has on tho lady of his choice, has
not the slightest chance of witnessing
any kind of an athletic contest from
tho girl's section of that now grand-
:P6pular with the students Miller
& Palno Tea Room.
Wow will you buy that season ticket
or will some of these editorial writers
havo to begin -to call names,
Dr. Lees Gives Illustrated Lecture at
Oborammorgau, and the world fa
mous Passion Play woro most realis
tically brought to Nebraska students
Friday afternoon in tho locturo on tho
play given by Dr. J. T. Loos.
Dr. Loob' talk on tho groat drama
and tho surroundings In which It is
glvon, waB a beautifully conciBo story
of tho history, story, and tho situa
tions in tho drama and in addition
gavo his hoarors a personal view of
tho groat festival hold ovory ton
Tho locturo waB illustrated by pho
tigraphic slidos of tho scenes taken
whon Dr. LeoB was at tho play in
1910. Incidentally Dr. Lees told of
tho dlfforonco between tho play In
tho times ho saw It in 1900 and 1910,
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