The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 13, 1911, Image 1
r- - Ttfbe3Daih IFlebraefean h H.f VOL. XI. ' NO. 14. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN FRIDAY OCT. 13, 1911. Price 5 Cents. -T- K: I?" ft fJV lit. r r." L I. ff H" ' :f- .A- te' KANSAS AGGIES COMING TO TACKIEMHUSKERS 8QUAD FROM MANHATTAN MEETS NEBRASKA TOMORROW. STRONG LINEUP THIS YEAR Eleven from Sunflower 8tate Comes W.lth Well Drilled and Husky Men. When tho whistle calls for the starting of tho Cornhusker-Knnsas Aggie game tomorrow, It will ho no easy contest, as tho supporters of Nebraska may have beon thinking, but a hard strugglo to capture any touchdowns from tho Manhattun war riors. Kansas a Strong Team. Kansas Agricultural had a splendid team last year and was tho least bit disheartened this season when tho coach found ho would have to almost entirely rebuild his team. But they nro coming to Lincoln with every bit as strong a lineup as the one of last year, and that team walloped vtho Crelghton University's fast 1910 r eleven by a big Bcore. Tho Kansas Aggies, who expect to wallop Kansas Unl this year, have been preparing to Bond a big delega tion to root for tho Aggios to the foot ball field when they moot tho Jay hawkers. , Cornhuskers Little -Weak. Coach Stlehm's Cornhuskers aro in not any too good early season Bhapo not as good as tho big montor would like to seo them. Ono big man In tho backfiold, a heavy experienced man to put In tho fullback's position so that Purdy could bo played on tho 'half, would make tho team look much (Continued on Pago 3) VAN DOSHHT WORK WILL BEGIN ORGANIZATION OF 1912 CORNHUSKER 8TAFF SATURDAY. Dana B. Van Duson, cdltor-in-chlof of tho 1912 "Cornhusker" has perfect ed his plans for tho coming book and has begun to gathor his start about him. Van Duson has boon paying par ticular attention to tho dovolopment of responsibility on tho part of tho various sub-editors, and has so ar ranged tho work that tho mon who havo charge of tho various lines to bo contained In tho book will havo to stand or fall on tho work thoy do. 8taff to be Small. Accordingly tho staff will bo very small as compared to former yoars and Van Duson is authority for tho statomont that only thoso who havo plenty of timo and onory to glvo, need apply for positions. Applications will bo received Satur day morning next at tho Cornhusker ofllco in tho basement of tho Ad build ing. Freshmen and sophomores with magazino or nowspapor oxperionco will bo given oncouragomont. WILL REMAIN AS (OLONFL A. L. 8MITH TO KEEP POSITION AT HEAD OF REGIMENT WILL BE BACK. Colonol A. L. Smith has decided to return to Lincoln next somcBter to pursuo studies in tho modical collogo in placo of doing his work at tho Omaha. Ho will remain as oxecutlvo head of tho cadot regiment. At least that is tho report that has unofficially cropped out at military headquarters. Smith Is taking work at tho Omaha medical department this semester, and It was thought that a now colonol might bo chosen. Cadot officers seem pleased at tho prospect of his return. OUTRIGHT JADS SOPHS 18 ELECTED OVER KRU8E AFTER EXCITING CAMPAIGN. John L. .Cutrlght defeated Frank KruBO for president of tho sophomoro class yesterday aftor a hot light by a vote of 140-106. Tho sophomoros hold their olectlon In Memorial hall Immediately after convocation. About 250 of tho class woro prosont and tho meotlngfWns a livo ono. Kruso and Cutrlght aro both woll known and popular and tho fight was IntoroBting from tho first. Tho olectlon yoBtor day was tho climax, and was charac terised throughout by an intensity of oxcitomont which has .boon absent from tho meetings of the upporclass men. Brannon Presides. Brannon, tho retiring president, pre sided over tho mooting. Richard Stout, a freshman law, nom inated Cutrlght In an eloquent Bpeoch. Ho dwolt upon tho qualifications necessary In a prcsldont and declared thoso to bo admirably combinod In his candidate. Cutrlght's nomination was rocolvcd with vigorous applause. Clark Dickinson mado a strong ap peal upon tho fnlrnoBS and capability of his candidate, and nominated Frank Kruso. Again tho room rang with applause. Both candidates woro brought up on tho platform. Cutrlght mado a clovor speech upon his inten tions. Ho declared IiIb willingness to fall back Into the rank and fllo should tho class so doslro, and fight for tho best interests of tho class Kruse Talks. Kruso also mado a good talk. Ho emphasized his Independence of any organization or support. Ho men tioned tho Olympics, and declared his oarncstnoss In proparlng for thorn. Ho (Continued on pago 3.) 1911 CORNHUSKERS ES&PW.? :-' 'Wrl jbemf v; T : :x . wmBm y2 vx& MsHMHHMNiHPi. rV SBPfSrSB gaEfflgr-ga OLYMPICS TO BE HELD IN THEJEAR FOTORE FRE8HMEN IN BATTLE ARRAY AGAINST 80PHOMORE8. FREE FOR ALL TO BE A BIO EVENT Two Classes to Have Annual Rough House on. Nebraska Field, October 28. Backs, left to right E, Frank, Potter, Purdy, O. Frank. Llne, left to right Mulligan, Harmon, Pearson, Hornberger, Elliott, Anderson, Chauner, Capt. 8honka and Lofgren, right end, do pot appear In this picture, Warner also Is missing. , r Olympics Day, whon tho Sopho moroB and tho Froshmon moot In moro than mortal combat to prove tho bu porlority of ono class ovor tho other, has boon sot for October 28, at Ne braska Plold. -Tho Olympics will bo hold In tho morning as tho Nobraska MIbbouH football gamo Is scheduled for that aftornoon, Fivo ovonts will mako up tho pro gram this year, tho big scrap coming In tho "Froo for All," a acrap in which only brickbats and scimitars aro barred as weapons. Throo boxing events, light, middle, and heavyweight and thrco wrestling ovonts In similar classes, a tug of war, and tho cross country runs will mako up tho re mainder of hto program. Classes to Organize. Tho two classoB will organizo as soon as possible, fighting, captains bo ing chosen by each side. Last year tho Freshman claBB was so woll or ganized that thoy trimmed tho sopho moros, but this yoar tho prosont Froshman class Is largo in numbers and with good organization should mako tho fight a good ono. Dotall plans for tho big frco-for-all havo not boon concluded, but It Is suggested that tho two forcos bo lined up on opposlto sides of Nobraska Flold, and tho Bido that has tho groat or number of men still lnsldo of tho glvon spaco aftor timo is called wins. Two out of threo fights won will count. Stiehm May Referee; . A roforoo will bo elected this wook for tho ontlro day's ovonts and sub officers will seo that all goes well in tho fight. Coach ID. 0. Stlohm has boon suggested for tho chforroferoo and will probably bo elected. Dr. G. E. Condra, tho man who orig inated tho Idea of tho Nobraska Olym pics, will not officiate this year as usual, but wild horseB won't pull him away from that flold to seo tho fun. Rumor has It that tho Doctor is pull ing for tho SophomoroB in spirit, but no's as much In favor of tho Fresh man mauling tho Sophs as otherwise 8oph8 at Work. Tho Sophs, will havo a fow days' start on tholr underclassmen as thoy havo hold their election and started tholr organization. But tho Freshlos can consolo themselves that they will outnumber tholr oldors, Tho hog tying number of tho pro gram, which was ono of tho ovonts of last year, will not bo Included this timo Union Llts Meet. Tho Union Literary society will; meet tonight for tho regular .program and social hour. Try to be there,"- "KANSAS AGGIES TOMORROW" 4 1 1 n I f VI v -t 31 n i 'A ,1 1 Mil 4 H . r.i w i R& Li A. 'jf ftj! , jjs., rt S' .