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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
HUSKERS HIT PACE
GLOOM CAST BY EARLY SEASON
BOGIE DISPELLED YESTERDAY.
TOUCHDOWNS ORDER OF DAY
Fumbles Prevalent, But Work of Line
and Backs a Revelation Will Bo
In Trim for Saturday's Bellt-
Gloom Iuih almoHt entirely dinap
poured from the CornhuHker rnmp
Blnce the varsity trimmed the fresh
mon to tho tune of 65 to 0 nt lant
night's prnctlco The conch Btnrted
tho game with tho regular lineup and
lot them Btay the first half, after
which he put in tho scrubs Tho back
field wore working nlcoly, but the lino
la far from being perfect Tho fresh
man backs found plenty of holes, and
mado quite a fow galnB through tho
Tho game started off with tho fresh
men kicking to the regularH, when
Frank, after three downs, got away
for a fifty yard run for a touchdown
After about six minutes of play Potter
carried the ball over for the second
touchdown Other touchdowns fol
lowed In close order, and when the
final whistle blew the score stood if
to 0, Including a drop kick from the
2F yard line by Towle
Fumbling wns rather prevalent, but
this might be expected for the season
Is quite early and practice will easily
remedy this. Swanson and McC'or
mlck each picked up fumbles and made
touchdowns after runs of about twenty
The features of tho game were the
fierce line plunging by Purdy, tho long
runs by Captain Frank, and tho offi
cient work of Potter at quarter
Tho fast improvement of tho lino
since last Saturday brought joy to
the hearts of the fans Tho tackling
has groatly improved thiB laat week,
as well as the charging of the for
wards Coach Holste of the Hellevue aggro
nation has fond hopes of holding the
Slinnlul "" ' '
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For your guidance as
to style for fall
Correct suits this fall have
"natural"shoulders and waist
Our suits are of &nrtetij Urtmb
Clothes, which insures
Values this fall are beyond
those of other seasons, we think.
Try on a suit tomorrow
$20 $25 $30 $35
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New, Nobby, stiff told soft hats, $1.90
Imported English cloth hats, $1.50
' worth $2.00.
Wilson Bros. Shirts,
Palace Clothing Co.
1419 O St.
CornhuBkers, but his ambitions may be
shattered after the Bhowing the varBlty
mado againBt the "Frosh." TheBellevue
lino is saltl to bo heavy, but contains
quito a lot of green material. The
backfield is speedy and has had plenty
FOR RENT Light modern furnished
rooms at 636 North 16th St. 5t
THE person who was seen to take rain
coat from Temple Bldg. Friday noon
of ho 27th will return same at once
to escape legal action. Berkley A.
FOR RENT Suite of 3 nicely fur
nished large connecting rooms on
third floor, suitable for b!x boys that
wiah to be together. Call 1425 S St.
FOUND A watch fob.
Call at the
LOST A Pi Beta Phi arrow pin. Re
turn to Miriam Clark. 10-331
Professor Brewer of MisBourl has
adopted a new method of instilling
fear into the hearts of his football
pets. Ho has posted In tho training
quarters a newspaper clipping contain
ing the information that the "Corn
huskor" squad averages 184 pounds,
and from tacklo to tackle It's even
worse 192 being tho average. If auch
report is tme the average weight per
man of the Crnhuskers Is greater
than any one player on tho Orange
and Black squad with tho exception of
Manager Rood yesterday issued a
football auit to Freeney, who played
two years as halfback undor YoBt at
Michigan. Ho is also Baid to be a
track man of quito a reputation.
Coach Stagg is UBlng a white painted
ball for use In night practice by eloc
FOUND A fountain pen. Owner can
have the same by calling at thiB of
fice and Identifying it. 10-4 3t
The night classes at the Nebraska
School of Business, corner Fourteenth
and O streets, Btart this week. Sev
eral U. of N. men have registered
You can got Bhorthand, typewriting,
penmanship, bookkeeping, corporation
and bank accounting. Adv. 10-2 3t
With Captain Tobln and Eardle in
practice ngain the Oopher chances in
tho game with Ames next Saturday are
Hagenalck'B Orchestra. Auto 9042.
Jones' Orchestra. Phone L-8606.
Meet me at Green's, 120 North 11th
James Thorpe, Carlisle's premier ath
lete and a member of tho Olympic
team, made three touchdowns and
kicked seven goals in tho game with
Villa Nova laBt Wednesday.
Davis, the only veteran backfield
man of the JayhawkerB, suffered a dis
located knee In Bcrimmage the other
day and will probably be out of the
game the rest of the season.
Hear ex-Mayor 8eidel of Milwaukee
Friday, October 4, University Templo.
8 p. m. -Adv. io-2 3t
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