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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
ARE BADLY USED UP
WIlllaniB Ih a fond lover of weight in a
team, and thin yoar the squad Ih very
light, and he will have to change his
methods of coaching to a certain do
groe to meet the situation But the
students and faculty of the northern
school have great confidence in Will
iams, McGovern, Shevlln and "Sig"
Harris, and think that the Gopher ma
chine will he in fine fettle for the
Gopher-Cornhusker match next Satur
NEBRASKA'S 8QUAD A BUNCH OF
MINNESOTA PRACTICE GOES ON
Gophers Green at First of Season, But
Williams Learns from Ames Game
How to Season His Squad
for Game Saturday.
Hagenslck's Orchestra. Auto 9042
The practice this last week has heen
secret and it likewise has heen a very
gruelling one. Ex-Captain Harvey has
heen assisting the linemen the last
couple days and teaching them the
tricks with which he became famous
Harry Minor was on the campus, but
owing to afYairs in the business world
was unable to don a Buit and help the
boyB out, although he expressed his
regret of not being able to do so.
Last night's practice lasted about
three hours for the entire squad, but
in addition the line spent a couple of
hours of hard work after supper in the
symnasium. The line has suffered an
other blow by the injury of Harmon in
the Kansas Aggie game last Saturday.
He had his ankle sprained in the first
quarter of the game, but it is improv
ing quite rapidly now, and he will prob-
ably get a chance to catch a few Go
phers. Pearson, who has been suffer
ing with the same trouble, is out for
practice, but has not partaken of any
scrimmage. Purdy and Mastln re
ceived a couple of severe bruises in
last night's scrimmage, but they are
of a minor nature and will not trouble
The Gopher football team, under the
careful tutelage of Williams and Mc
Govern, is going through some strenu
ous practice these days In preparation
for the CornhuBker8 next Saturday.
The Gopher team is troubled with
the same malady as Nebraska's greon
and weak line. The heaviest man in
their line Is Robertson, at center, who
tips the beams at 190. As for the ends
the Gopher men weigh around the 150
mark. They are speedy and very good
in getting down under punts
In the backfleld Tollefson is playing
quarter, and in addition to his superior
generalship is very handy with his toe,
getting a held goal In the Ames game.
Tobin Is playing great ball at fullback,
and Erdall, Hay ward and McAlmon
are alternating at the halfback posi
tions. The squad at the northern Institu
tion is extra green this year, and only
two veterans have places on the team.
Woodruff to Speak Here.
Mr. E. G. Woodruff, former assistant
and student In the goologlcal depart
ment, now of the United States geolog
ical survey, will spend a few dayB In
Lincoln. While here he will address
certain classes In geology. Watch the
Nobraskan for further announcements
Ladles' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repairod by an experienced dress
maker. Satisfactory work at reason
able prices. Mrs. Brlcka, 315 South
17th. Auto B-4844 Adv. 10-2 It
Randall, '01, Visits.
A. O. Randall, a graduate of the Uni
versity In 1901, has been visiting the
Sigma Nu house this last week.
Too busy to write ads. Just remem
ber our phone number and get a club
ticket. Auto B-1294. Bell E-3438. Stu
dents' Sultatorium Adv. tf
A. T. O. Announces Pledge.
Alpha Tau Omega announces the
pledging of Joe Foreman of Alvo, Neb,
Wo have the beBt workman, the larg
est, most sanitary and modern barber
shop and bathhouse in the city. Stu
dent patronage kindly solicited.
Green's, 120 North Eleventh.
Warner Gets Scholarship.
Kenneth Warner, College of Agri
culture, "12, receives a scholarship' in
animal husbandry at the University
of Minnesota this year. Warner made
a good record at the U. of N. and he
will undoubtedly make as good a rec
ord at the U of M.
Stand on the "Custom-Tailored" Clothe
and you'll surely be Elected
as a "Well Dressed Man."
Nominate us as Your Tailor
and we'll gurrantee to put
you on that Platform and
make you forever
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We CUT and MAKE Our
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Burlesque Catering Especially lo Ladies
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Neb. -Minn Football Returns Saturday Mat.
Mat., 50c and 25c; Nighta, $1 to 25c
Matinrri. except Mondays- - lit Pretilnii at 81 1 5.
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MI88 MAY TULLY
ROXY LA ROCCO
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
TUESDAY AND WEDNE8DAY
SCHOEN'8 8CHOOL KIDS
ZUHN AND DRIE8
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3 Shows Daily 2, 7 and 9 P. M.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
Meet me at Green's, 120 North 11th.
Now 504 N. 15 moans Fifteenth and
S across the street east from the Ag.
House. That's where the Students'
Sultatorium holds out. Phone In your
order for us to press up that suit after
last week's rain. Bell F-3438, Auto
B-1294. Got a club ticket? Adv.
DO YOU SLEEP
See our window for new things in sleeping gar
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