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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1911)
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VOL. XI. NO. T6.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN TUESDAY OCT. 17, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
BUT EXPECT STRUGGLE
MINNESOTA MEN AND COACHES
PAINTING FOR NEBRA8KA.
RECALL DAYS OF TWISTER BENDER
Rooting 8quad Already Working on
Features with Which to Greet
That Minnesota Is imbued with re
spect for the Cornhusker football
team, but 1b nevertheless confident of
winning next Saturday, is the burden
of the first of our special correspond
ence from Mr. Lylo Roberts of tho
Gopher camp, which wo print bolow:
By Lyle Roberts.
Minnesota has never considered a
victory over tho Cornhusker'olovon as
a sure thing, and this year, as never
before, tho rooters are looking. for
ward to the Nebraska gamo with all
Two questions are uppermost in tho
minds of all. (1) What sort of a team
will Nebraska send up to Northrup
Field? (2) Will Coach Williams bring
tho Gophers to their old-tlmo fighting
Everyone realizes that tho Gophers
have a light before thorn next Satur
day. Recall Old Days.
Tho rooters of tho U. of M. remem
ber tho Cornhusker teams that have
mot tho Gophers in tho past. Still
mingled with tho air of determination,
there Is also an air of confldonco; for
Minnesota has faith In hor team.
Realizing tho importanco of the
coining struggle, Coach Williams and
Ills assistants aro ovory day putting
tho team through a gruolllng practice.
Tho toam did pot como up to tho ex
pected 'Standard In tho games with
Ames and Nortlv Dakota, but somo of
tho Varsity men who wore at that
time Ineligible, aro now In tho gamo
and tho prospects look much brighter.
Williams at Work.
Out of the material now at hand,
Dr. Williams Is working hard to bring
out a machine which will carry all
before It. Naturally' tho team feels
tho lack of McGovorn, tho former
quarterback, whoso whirlwind aggres
siveness was always tho dread jot his
opponents, but notwithstanding tho
loss of somo of Its best mon through
graduation, the team Is tho samo
fighting machine as it has always
Capron, at McGovorn's old position,
isjono of tho most aggressive playors
on tho team. Captain Pickering, at
fullback, is a tower of strength. Ail
down tho lino are men of All-Western
It cannot be denied, however, that
tho team needs more practice before
they are ready to meet tho Cornhusk
er eleven. There 'is some fumbling
and the playing Is at times a little
'Practice tho toam needs, anuprac
tlco tho team is getting with a ven
geance; Tho practice has, for tho
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"THE RAG PICKERS"
The "Rag-Pickers" are not wanted.
We Indjcate those who appear at the window In St. A and give
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will take pity on your penury. We would rather give them away than
have them stolen.
This Is pretty straight, but we mean It.
Furthermore the University authorities have promised to make an
example of anyone caught in the act.
Don't do It. It makes trouble for all of us. Be sure your name
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ANOTHER CADET BATTALION
APPOINTMENTS READ AND WIRT
QET8 CAPTAINCY OF THE
A now battalion is to bo formeu in
the cadet regiment. At least tha. In
tho unofficial, announcement going the
minds in military circles. It Is un
derstood that tho battalion stationed
at tho Stato Farm will no longer bo a
par1 of tho first regiment, that tho
present third battalion will become the
Hocond and that another new battalion
to bo known as tho third will bo cre
ated. Some of Us officers were ap
pointed last night. A now company
Iuih already been formed. Tho general
order containing appointments was as
Subject to the approval of the Chan
cellor, tho following promotions, ap
pointments and assignments, aro an
nounced: To bo captriln of now company, F. A.
To bo captain and assistant inspec
tor of rifle practice, W. T. Carrol.
To bo first Houtonant of now com
pany, C. L. Yochum.
To be first lieutenant and battalion
adjutant, third battalion, G. A. Gra
ham. To bo first lieutenant company K,
To bo second lieutenant of now
company, H. II. Harmon.
To bo Becond lieutenant, unasBlgned.
B. R. Carso.
To bo second lieutenant, Company
C, H. M. Frost.
To bo second lieutenant Company I
R. M. lllggins.
To be regimental commissary ser
geant, A. D. Mungor.
To be first sergeant of new qom
pany, W. W. Wenstrand.
To bo quartormaster-Borgeant, Jlrst
battalion, Loon A. Hickman. -
To bo sergeant, unaBBignod, L. H.
To bo sergeant major, third battal
Ion, A. KJolgnard.
To bo ordinance sergeant, K, W.
To bo color sergeant, Lynn'H. Hick
man. By order of Captain Yates,
W. A. LETTON,
Captain and Adjutant.
Back from Frisco.
Clarko Boll, a prominent alumnus,
who now resides In San' Francisco, Is
a campus visitor for a few' days.
FRESHMAN DECISION TUDAY
PRE8IDENT TO BE CHOSEN AT
INITIAL CONCLAVE IN
With four candidates to be voted
on at tho Freshman clasB election in
Memorial hall at 11:. '10 o'clock this
morning, the balloting is expected to
be close. ,
Dorry, Flnloy, Gollatly and McFar
land comprise tho quartet of aspirants
for the honor, no oloventh hour candi
date having appeared and no "dark
horse" bolng expected.
Another meeting of tho class Is
scheduled for Thursday morning, at
which time tho newly elected presi
dent will announce his Olympics com
mittee, and tho minor officers will
probably bo chosen.
SOPH COMMITTEES NAMED.
President Outright Distributes Official
Plums for the First Semester,
President John Cutrlght of tho
Sophomore class, has appointed com
mittees for tho flrBt somoster. Law
renco Robinson and Dick Stout will
manage tho hop. Appointments aro
Olympics Frank Fruso, chairman;
James Boggs, Carl Nagl, George Race
ley, Hugh Jonnlngs, Leonard Purdy,
Hop Lawronco Robinson, chair
man; Dick Stout, master of ceremon
ies; John Drlscoll, Budge Wldonor,
Rex Fuller, John Balrd, Mario Doug
las, Mildred Scovlllo, Jasmine Sherra
don. Intorclass Debate Clark Dickinson,
chairman;. George Farman, Charles
Intorclass Athletlcfs Sam Chamber
lain, chairman; Milton Overstreot,
fnterclass Basketball Roswoll Has
kell. Intorclass Football Bon 'Beck.
Yell Leader Glon Whltcomb.
Reports -from tho class secretary,
constitutional committee and other
important committees of last year,
will be heard at the next, sophomoro
meeting, which will bo hold soon.
Proposed class wells are being
awaited by tho newly appointed yell
The Catholic Student club's dance,
planned for next Friday, has been
6AN0 WITH TEAM TO
HELP JEAT MINNESOTA
HORN AND CYMBAL ARTI8T8,
WILL MAKE BIG TRIP.
THIRTY MEN TO BE TAKEN'
Athletic Board Decides to Reward
Cadet Organization Routine
At the regular mooting of the ath
letic board of control yoBtorday aftor
noon, it was decided that tho Unlvor
Blty band will bo taken to Minneapo
lis for tho Nobraska-Mlnnosota gamo
Tho railway faro of thirty mon will
bo paid from Omaha to tho Minnesota
metropolis and return, hotol oxponsos,
borth faro, and tho railway tickets bo
twoon Lincoln nnd Omaha muBt- bo
taken caro of Individually.
TIiIb Is .virtually tho proposition
mado by officers of tho band to tho
board, and It is thought will moot with
universal approval, although It will
bo necoBsary to reduco tho slzo of tho
Asldo from this decision tho board
transacted only routlno business.
MEDIC CASE DECIDED
JUDGE STEWART REFU8ES IN-
JUNCTION AQAIN8T NEW
Tho only romnlnlng obstacle in tho
way of oroctlng tho proposed now
medical collogo laboratory building
at Omaha was romoved Saturday by
District . Judge Stewart's refusal to
grant an injunction sought by cortaln
Lincoln physicians to provont tho
board of regents from using tho legis
lature's appropriation of $100,000.
With this opposition removed, it Is
expected that plans for tho now build
ing will bo rushed, and it may bo
ready for occupancy within a year.
Kb completion will remove all strict
ly medical work from tho University
at Lincoln, only tho two years of pre
paratory work In tho six year courso
GIRLS TO FEA8T.
Tho oxecutlve board of tho Girls'
club will meet today at 11 o'clock in
Miss Ensign's office
Definite plans will bo arranged for
tho banquet to bo given on the day of
tho- Missouri game.
There will bo a meotlng of the Sen
ior class In the Temple this morning
at 11:30. All seniors should be present.
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