The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 15, 1912, Image 1
K .. -- , XTbe Datl flebcashan I VOL. XII. NO. 19 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 1912. I'ricc 5 Cents TAKE SECOND GAME AGGIE8 BESTED IN ANNUAL CON FLICT WITH CORNHU8KER8. PLAY TILL FINAL WHISTLE NEBRASKA WINS FOUR CUPS Take First Placo In Kansas City Stock 8how Best Work Out of Five Schools. 8tlff Fight from Aggies All the Way Through Nebraska Weak In Line The Score was Thirty to Six. NcbraBka defeated the Kansas Ag gies Saturday in the second gamo of the season by a scoro of 30 to 6. Al though the score seems somowhat one sided, It was far from it. The Aggies fought every Inch of the way and gave up only after the whistle was blown. The Cornhusker machine, with tho ex ception of the center trio, worked nice ly, and probably tho weakness here was caused by the shifting of Meyer to tackle in the place of Pearson, who is on the hospital list. Ab for the number of yards gained, Nebraska advanced the ball 407 yards, as against the Aggies' 63. The Corn huskers were forced to kick only five times, while tho Kansas boys were forced to punt to safety almost every time they obtained possession of the ball. Industrials Play Good Ball. Capt. Ernlo Frank and Purdy played brilliant ball and carried tho ball through the line for consistent gains time after time.' Halligan as fullback made two of the four touchdowns and proved IiIb ability as a line plunger when he went through for gains with apparent ease. Potter ran tho team in great style, and in addition made a beautiful drop kick from the 40-yard line. Mastin, the husky end, shared in the individual honors with the back field men. His tackling was of a high class variety Ho broke up interfer ence time after time, and Beveral times got the runner with the ball by n one hand tackle Howard, at the other end, did good work, and when called upon punted the ball into Bafe terri tory His punts, although not an nu merous as those of the Kansas full back, were longer and higher, allow ing the ends to get down under them. Weak on Forward Pass. Nebraska's showing with the for ward pass was anything but favorable. Out of five attempts but one was suc cessful The otherB wore either wild passes or were fumbled by the re ceiver. On tho other hand, the Aggies made but two attempts and were suc cessful in both. Their pasBeB netted them, over thirty yardB and a touch down. The Manhattan ends were good and very few yards were made around them. Prathor, as fullback, and Sldorf sky, halfback, were the shining lights of the agricultural team and made good gains through the center of the line. The game showed up the weakness of tho team which has been quite no ticeable ever since the beginning of (Continued on Page Three) The Nebraska stock Judging team returned last woek with highest hon orB from the English Royal Stook Show at Kopsas City. "Under the leadership of Professors Ellis Hall and II. K. RUbb; thoy took first placo out of the five schools rcpreBontod, besides flrBt, third and fourth placeB in indi vidual Judging. Four cups were taken In all by the team, one granted to the team as flrBt placo and one for each placo taken by the individual mombers. H. P. Pior was awarded first place in Individual Judging, R. J. PoaBon third, and W. WloBenand fourth. Tho competing teams in order of their placing were Nebraska, Amos, Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri. if MEETING8 TODAY. if Freshman Class 1 1 : 30 if if Memorial Hall if 8ophomore Class 11 :30 if if Temple Theater. if x if Taft Club 11:00 if if Faculty Hall. if CONVOCATIONS INTERESTING Professor Grumann Has Prepared List of Speakers 8everal Weeks In Advance. SCANDANAVIAN8 ORGANIZE. Form New Club Which Meets Monthly. Next at Home of Chancellor. A number of Bcandanavlans of the University mot recently for tho pur pose of organizing a club. Chancellor Avery, who had become Interested in the movement, presided. Among others preBont wore Professors Frandsen and Alexis. Tho club will meet once a month. Its programs will consist largely of talks and papers on matters of Interest to Scandinavians her and In Europe. It is hoped that It will engage the In terest and co-operation of all Scandi navians connected with tho University. Tho next meeting will be held at tho home of Chancellor and Mrs. Avory, 2001 "Washington street, tonight at 8 o'clock. Prof. C. C. Engberg will speak and the Alexis Quartette will furnish muBlc. All prosont will join In singing Norwegian, Danish and Swe dish songR Everybody connected with the University of Scandinavian birth or descent 1b Invited. M. V. CROSS-COUNTRY MEET 8QON Professor Grumann has billed many interesting numbers for coming convo cations which perhaps will be some of tho best numbers of tho season. To day Professor Caldwell will continue his lecture of last week on "English Politics." His first lecture was so well received that by unanimous vote of tho audience ho was asked to con tinue on thiB subject. On Tuesday, October 22, ProfesBor Maxey will talk on the Balkan situa tion. Professor Maxey has alwayB been one of the headllncm at convo cations, and tho topic he has chosen, of tho recent eastern uprising, will bring out hlB customary audience. Another mimber, billed for Novem ber 7, which will attract a good deal of attention, is Professor Lee's lecture on "The Electra of Euripides." The play will be given by tho Coburn play ers the following weeks, so his lecture will be of particular Interest. On tho following Tuesday Mr and Mtb. Coburn will speak on Shake spearean plays. It will be recalled thnt both Mr and Mrs Coburn spoke at a special convocation last fall and the news of their coming before a Uni versity audience again will be well re ceived This couple Is touring the country in Shakespearean repertoire, producing their plays principally in university towns. DRAMATIC TRY0UTS BUDDING ACTORS WILL BE GIVEN A CHANCE TO BLOOM. FIRST PLAY GIVEN ON NOV. 23 Dramatic Club Will Give Two Playa This Year Kosmet, Junior and Senior Play Plans Not Yet Formed. Nebraska Will Send Strong Team to Compete In Annual Meet Nov. 9. The Missouri Valley cross-country meet will be hold this year at the Unl vorsity of Missouri at Columbia on November 9. All the Missouri Valley schools will bo represented In thiB meet, and the admission of several out Bldo schools Is being considered. Nebraska Ib working hard to win in this meet, and with her large cross country squad working to tho limit under Captain Boggs, she should be able to come out strong lathis event. CroBB-country meets have not received the stimulus which other athletic events receive at Nebraska, but here after this phase of athletics 1b to be considered more seriously. Moore Takes Advanced Work. C. T. Moore, C. E. '11, who haB boen In California tho past year, has re registered, taking advanced work In geology. DIRECTORY OUT BY NOVEMBER 1. Drlscoll Asks Co-operation .of Students in Correcting Changed Addreses. Tho University Directory will be ready for publication by November 1, according to J. L. Drlscoll, editor of this year's edition. In order to make this possible the editors are asking the co-operation of the students. Those who have changed their addresses since registration are requested to have their corrected ad dresses in the box at tho information desk in the Temple by 6 o'clock WednoBday, October 16. Engineers Will Hold Smoker. The Engineering Society will hold Its flrBt get-together Bmoker Friday evening at the Delta Upsllon house, 1G25 II street. Arrangements are be ing made for a big turnout. All engi neers, especially freshmen, are expect ed to be present. Tryouts for the University Dramatic Club will be held Thursday evening, October 24, in tho Tomple Theater. This announcement was made Monday by the committee In charge. As in previous years candidates for membership in tho club will bo re quired to present a selection from somo dramatic work. A list of sug gested plays may be had by applying to Miss Alice Howell, president of tho club, in her office, U. 100 Candidates are also requested to register for places with the secretary of the club, MIbs Alma Piasters, between 11 and 12 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. With the announcement of the dato set for the Dramatic Club tryouts, to gether with tho known arrangements of other organizations, InteroBt in dra matics among the students assumos now life. Tho Dramatic Club will be the first to produce a play thiB year. This club wos organized eleven yoars ago, and up to the time of the forming of tho Kasmot Klub has boon the only organ ization to encourago college dramatics. During these eleven years many of its members have gone Into acting as a profession. Among those who havo achieved fame Is Miss Julia Nagl of the class of 1910, who Is at prosont touring the country us loading lady In "OHlcer 660." Each semester the club usually pro duces a play. Last your only one was given, that being "The Amazons." Tho first semester play this year will ho held In the Tomple Theuter the evening of Nqvembor 23. Tho title of the play and the cast picked to pro sent it will be announced within the next few days. The nowly organized Kosmet Klub has begun preparations for its annual performance. This club was created for the purpose of producing original comic opera to be composed by the students of the University. Tho first production was givon last year and proved ouch a success that its con tinuance seems warranted. Somo of the music for this year's opera has already been written. Other dramatic productions given during the year are the senior and junior plays. However, these do not come until later in the year, and prep arations for them have not begun. Graduate Club to Banquet. The Graduate Club will hold an In formal dinner Thursday evening at 7 o'clock in tho banquet hall, Temple. All graduate students are invited. 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