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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1911)
VOL. XI. NO. 15.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN SATURDAY OCT. 14, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
KANSAS FARMERS MEET
NEBRASKA ON GRIDIRON
MANHATTAN WARRIORS READY
STlfllM'S TEAM IN GOOD TRIM
GameToday Not to Be a Walkaway
Cornhuskers Should Win The
Coach Shorwln's bravo little band
of gridiron mon from Kansas agricul
tural college, arrived in Lincoln last
night ready for tho fray with the
CornhuBkora thlB afternoon at Nebras
Tho !AggloB are coming up here with
a full lineup of their boat players and
they aro going after tho Missouri Val
ley champs to win. Their line has
been tho wonder and nearly the down
fall of evory team they havo mot this
year, and the backflold has proven It
self capable of making long gains.
Kansas Agricultural loBt Its game
with the KansaB State Normal last
Saturday because of the weakness of
thoir open play defense, but this
week's practice has drilled them In
open play and they are coming up
horo strong In both the close and open
Nebraska Is not going into today's
game to run anywhere near the score
that was piled up on Kearney. Coach
Stlehm Is not going to rlBk putting In
several of his star players who aro
not Just now in tho finest fettle and
the machine that raced through Kear
ney will havo sovoral subs in when
it linos up against tho Aggies.
8tlehm Drilling Nebraskans.
This' week's work on Nebraska Field
has beon chiefly defense drill, Stlehm
putting his chargos through all man
ner of defense plays timo and time
again. The scrubs and the Freshman
team have boon playing in scrimmage
against tho Varsity.
Tho Cornhuskers are expected to
plow through' tho Agglos for long
gains according to the showings they
havo made against the Freshmen and
tho scrubs in practice. Tho Agglos
chance to save themselves will be in
their stono wall and for that Coach
Stlehm has outlined several neat -plays
to place tho oval over the goal.
Following is tho lineup:
Chaunor left ond,
Shonka, Anderson left tackle
Elliott, Horaberger left guard
Elliott, Hornbergbr center
Pearson , . . . .right guard
Harmon, Swanson right tackle
Lofgren . right end
Potter, Warner ..quartor
O. Frank, Russell left half
E. Frank, Itaceloy. ....... . .right half
Purdy, Gibson ." full
Stahl, Hooper '. loft end
Holmes loft tackle
Wohrle, Unruh , . ,' , . .left guard
Felpa . center
MERGER TOJPEAK SUNDAY
NOTED Y. M. C. A. LECTURER TO
ADDRE8S MEN IN THE
E. C. Mercer will fell tho remark
ablo story of his life Sunday afternoon
at 3:. 'to in tho Tomplo theator. Since
he arrived in town on Wednesday ho
has been tho guest of two' fraternities
each day; ono for lunch and one for
dinner. This program will bo con
tinued without a break except Sunday
noon, until ho leaves next Wednesday.
YeBterday he was Invited to tho WeB-
E. C. MERCER.
loyan-Cotnor football gamo and last
night he spoke at tho Wosleyan Y. M.
C. A. On Sunday morning he will bo
tho guest of tho Bachelors' club of
the city Y. M. C. A. dormitory, and
will speak at their Sunday morning
breakfast in tho Red Room. This club
was addressed last Sunday by W. J.
A Thrilling Story.
When Mercer told tho story of his
experiences at tho time of his last
visit to Nebraska, the mooting was
hold In tho Oliver theater, in order to
accommodate tho crowd who wanted
to hear him. Tomorrow tho meeting
is chiefly for University men and tho
Tomplo thoator has beon selected be
cause of Its convenience. The story
of Mercer's rise from a llfo of defeat
and shame to ono of power and useful
ness 1b always fascinating to men.
Burkhalter right guard
Loomls, Mauflln right tackle
Vail, Collins right end
Prathor left half
Howenstein, SIdorfsky, Hohn
,... right half
Hartwlg, Schuster full
M188 ENSIGN ENTERTAIN3.
Miss Ensign gavo tho third of her
series of toas yesterday afternoon, In
Memorial hall. Sho was assisted by
several ladles of tho faculty and by a
committee of senior girls. These teas
aro to help tho Freshmen got acquaint
ed and to allow all University women
to meet each other socially.
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SEATS FOR JEHIGAN GAME
GO ON SALE AT HARLEY'8 TUE8-
DAY MORNING ALL 8EATS
Manager of Athletics E. O. Eager
Iiqb announced that roserved seats for
tho Michigan-Nebraska gamo to bo
played in Lincoln November 25, 1911,
will bo put on Bale at Harloy'B drug
store, Elovonth and O streets, next
Tuesday morning. Tho prico will bo
two dollars to thoso not holding stu
dent season tickets. It Is necessary
to avoid complications and mlstakoB
In assigning tho seatB, that they bo all
sold at ono place, so that for tho pres
ent at least, Harloy will havo a mon
opoly. All Orders Cared For.
Manager Eagor says, howovor, that
ho will tako caro of all orders from
outside tho city If the money 1b sent
to him at his ofllco in tho Tomplo, and
that ho will follow tho samo plan in
making reservations that Ib used at
theaters first come, first served.
For this gamo tho ontlro north
grandstands, both old and new, will
be reserved, as will tho south bleach
ers, except for about GOO seats which
will be roped off, policed and reserved
only for thoso men who form tho root
ing squad with megaphones and scar
let and cream hats.
BOOST UNI AT OMAHA
UNIVER8ITY EXHIBIT WILL BE
FULL AND INTERESTING AT
Tho University of Nebraska will be
well represented at tho stato teachers'
association meeting to be held in
Omaha in tho early part of November.
A number of faculty members will be
present and an educational exhibit
will bo shown.
Prof. F. D. Parker, who was In con
trol of tho University exhibit at tho
state fair will officially represent the
University, but will havo with him
Profs. Chatburn, Bongston and Pugs
loy. Tho showing will be made as in
teresting as possible, and will repre
sent tho work of almost all tho de
partments. Y. W. C. A. MEETING 8UNDAY.
All University Girls to Attend a
Tho Y. W. C. A. will give an all
University program In thoir rooms on,
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Sev
eral talks will bo given by University
girls and musical numbers will bo
rendered. Tho meeting will bo en
David Meeker, who has been In tho
St. Elizabeth's hospital for tho last
two weeks, is gaining rapidly and pos
sibly may bo out In tho course of sev
eral weeks. Ho will bo very weak,
however, and probably will not be
seen In school before tho end of the
first semester. His strong constitu
tion withstood tho shock of tho severe
illness bo well that Dr. Welch thinks
no operation will be necessary.
TALK ON DEUTSGHLAND
GIVEN GYJISS HEPPNER
PROFE830R OF GERMAN GIVES
STEREOPTICAN SCENES ARE SHOWN
Describes Berlin, Nuremburg, Munich,
Heidelberg, and Trip Down
Miss Amanda Uoppnor dollvorod an
illustrated lecture on Germany, to a
largo audlenco yesterday at tho Friday
Starting with Berlin, sho led tho
way through its many beautiful streets
and palaces. Sho pointed out tho fa
mous buildings, tho parks, and In
cluded a Bplondid vlow of tho row of
royal statues in tho "Tiorgarton."
Borlln, sho charactorlzod as tho
fairest city in tho world politically.
Ovor 40,000 of its oltlzonB administer
to tho public welfaro without com
pensation, Nuremburg Shown.
Nuremburg's wall was vlowed, and
also tho old Nuremburg castle whero
Luthor undortook his translation of
tho Bible. Rothonburg, whore trum
pets may still bo heard and where
oxen saunter down tho streets, came
Tho picturesque city of Hoidolborg
was reviewed with interest. Tho fa
mous "Hoidolborg castle" was shown
In all its majesty and grandeur.
Munich, tho center of art, was char
actorlzod by a monk, whose out
stretched arms held up a stein of
beer. Tho groat roso buBh of Hllde
shelm, was. shown a 'rose bush over
1,000 yoarB of ago.
Trip Along the Rhine.
Tho trip along tho Rhino was ex
quisite. With its romantic rulnB, Its
deeply wooded shores, and Its his
toric rocks ono of these, tho "Lore
lei," at sunset It formed a trip
This is tho second of a series of Il
lustrated lectures given each Friday
evening in Memorial hall at 5:00. Noxt
Friday, Professor Alexis will lecture
BLACK MA8K ENERGETIC.
Over a hundred season tickets havo
been sold to co-eds by the Black
Masks. Alma Zumwlnkle takes tho
prize for selling tho greatest number,
having sold thlrty-flve. Black Mask
expects to soil at least seventy-five
Manager Eager will not reserve tho
girls' section, unless he has tho prom
ise of two hundred seats for every
game, which really means Iwo hundred
season tickets. Tickets will bo on
sale Saturday morning and In the af
ternoon, from 1 to 3, in front of tho
Library, by tho Black Mask girls.
Farm House Club Entertains.
Chancellor Avery, Dean Burnett and
several .members of the. faculty of the
College of Agriculture, wero enter
tained at dinner at the Farm House
yesterday evening. t ,
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