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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1912)
T I MO I ) A I L V
A7ADCITV PETQ trI TT 'aK'iliiHt tin- frBliiH and found little
YAKullI IjLlO JULI jdiiilculty m opening holes Tor tlio
.bucks Heferee I'nrdy penalized tho
Miiwity heavily for holding OffHldo
plays were not much in evidence, but
the holding more than made up for It
Harmon was un.ihle to get Into the I
Hcinnrnnge on account of his ankle
I'oltei, who injurj-d IiIm ankle in the
Missouri game, wan also out of the
lineup I'iiiiIv'h knee is improing
tapldh, hut he will not he able to go
againr-l Donne S.iturd.i) Mejers
Injured shuuhler is healing nicel, anil
he wa able to et into the game foi .1
lew minutes .(eid:i Ml ol the
lest ol the siUild .'lie in the pink ol
condition except for a few ininoi
biuises and snatches .limiin
FRESHMEN GIVE 0PP0NENT8 A
STIFF TROUNCING YESTERDAY.
USE MANY PASSES FOR GAINS
Make But Three Touchdowns to Var
sity's Five, But Play Better Ball
Hospital List Growing
Km waid passe el I Ullllllly ev
ented alinoHt pioveil the Coinhuskeis
in. dome ill eHlei(l,is name lietwt.n
the miisii and the ireshrneii The
lii,l .ai min, with the assistance ot
"I'lllp' l''l,ink, wee able In make Ibiee
tunc below ns, while the ,iisit was
held tO-ll e
The game- sl.u h d ctt w lib a i usb.
and in a lew minutes aptain Ki.inh
made the liist touchdown The nudity
then started a niaich towaid the flesh
ies' goal, lull Towle changed his mind
:m'I made a beautiful drop kick trom
the :(ianl line During the name
Hnlligan carried the- ball over for two
touchdowns, Heck. Pearson and Frank
each making one
Freshmen Utilize Pass.
In the third uarter the tlrst eai
men began to ti a series of forwaid
parses which netted tliein a touch
down "Turp" Frank did the passing
for the llrst year men. and some pass
Ing It was. too Tin owing the ball
Trom 10 to 4 yards with the fresh
men backs receiving the pass almost
every time, they noon had the varsity
going The regulars were unable to
stop the plays, and time after time the
nervy freshle hacks snatched the
passes from the hands of the varsity
Varsity Plays Straight Ball.
The ComhuBkera did not try much
open play, depending mostly upon
straight football The tackles carried
the hall for good gains, but the ba k
field men were the ones who made the
long runs The line plaed a good game
WORKIZER RIFLES MEET
Col. E J. Mattock Heads Farm Miii
'I hi ol kler llllles met at tin
I'.n iii last week loi the In ' t I line a i 1
oianied with I'ii' I r ' ' ! mi t! ,
otlheis Captain Col h .1 Mattock
Inst lieutenant, ('apt .1 S Rodgcrs,
M-cond lieutenant, Maj V C Rice.
II rst set ge. int. Maj .1 I Harding
Miout seen squads are enrolled
1)111111; the next few weeks a few
spelldowns will be ghen and four
sciiacls chosen These will comprise1
the compuin which will compete
against the I'ershing Rifles next
ENGINEERS PASS BUDGET.
Reports of Various Committees Heard
at Recent Meeting.
At a meeting of the Engineering
Society Wednesday night several mat
ters ot importance were brought up
The report of the Orpheum commit
tee w'as made, and plans were an ,
nounced for the engineering hop; also
for collecting back dueB DueB may
be paid at the blueprint ofllce, on the
tlrst floor of Mechanics Arts Hall, or
to S A. Swanson, I,, t CJramlich, or
III H Harmon Members not paying
dues within two months will be an
nounced as delinquent
Cj You must have that Mackinaw if
you are going to the game.
I And here is the place to get it.
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$5, $6, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50
C Come &nd look at these coats, you
can't beat the price.
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the same careful thought as in the beet departments of the University.
The University School of Music
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