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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL XIII NO 23
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA. LINCOLN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1913
Price, 5 Cents
ST1EHM SPRINGS SURPRISE
MASTIN, VARSITY RIGHT END. HAS
DEVELOPED INTO DROP
LAST SCRIMMAGE YESTERDAY
Light Sign Practice Tonight Will
Put Co'-ihuskerB in Great Shape
'or Big Battle.
In a c .' '.
w :u fiO" - ' .
V. HARLAN )
ml drearv oi Id Com li
lav attcrnoon put his
-h tlifir last st i ltinnage
-; thr (Jophei s lomoi -
a 111(1 blew JlcKI-s Coin
llll!- I'-T " 'lilt till- pla.V I s (llilli !
no'.j' t ., mucli thev w t i e k t
too Uu-'- I. ' 'ie augmented oaching
MUa(J. 1". oldtimeis were out in
loreo an (J '""'.gs did hum tor a couple
War. n a Drop Kicker.
H fa r biggest surprise ol" the
war was - mg this week by ".Jum
bo" whc, l presented bin "Bing"
.Mastiu, va.r-.iiy right end, in the role,
ol sta" dr :- Kicker Stiehiu has been
working M'-tin on diop kickiiiK in
.-ecrecy, a-i: not until this week did
ilie at gef .-ut ot the ban In practice
.Mast in lut - een booting tin- pigskin
ii ' l.e 1 post-, with astonishing
accuracy "ii the thiity and fortv
.nd !in No one has suspected
"Kings" r -mg abilitv, and the sin
l 1S IS plete Tills l.ilsrs Ne
hraska. s v. "Mig hopes aboe pai. and
as it is K'r -thing that .Minnesota has
not (iieaii : ol. it will throw a scare
into the e-..-rcontideni Swedes ol the
north T'u drop Ki K will undoubted
1 llgv.'ie if 'he score
Changes In Backfield.
Coa-li S' "hin. the wonder worker,
lias anoth trick up his sleeve which
shows tha' the Nebraska mentor is on
die job a'! 'he tune He has shifted
Colli 'o ;'lback and put Howard in
,u but .;ii(' This leaves He k as a sub
stunt'-, a- the ( oaeh will have a
I'i eshtriiiii ' send in at either iuartcr
or end shou'.d an accident befall Towle
oi one of the two end men.
The ma ' : part ol the piatice v es
ierda' wr-- running signals, pvfec-t-inu
fortna'' vis. and line charging. The
work was last and siiappv Said Coach
Stiehm af'-r some particularly fine
work. "Tin' is going better than at
any time this year " And Fred Hunter
added. "Th -re is pep here tonight "
After the regular signal practice the
V. W senf Rutherford, Towle, Purely,
Mastin, Cameron, Mulligan Howard,
ThompKon and Abbott to the gym
nasium Me was unwilling to risk
their gett;"g hint in a scrimmage.
nelemeter Klwell, Heck, (lelwlck,
Hugg. Berouist, Irwin, Hnilis. and Hel
ler filled up the varsity and thev scrim
maged wifh the freshmen for twentj
Th- coM weather was responsible
for u lot o- fumbling on both sides
WE MUST BEAT MINNESOTA
Today will be held the biggest rally of the year. Minnesota is
here with her teeth gritted to bedazzle the Cornhuskers. Stiehm's little
army has been wearing itself out every afternoon on the field of secret
practice and now is nervously awaiting the clash at 3 o'colck Saturday
afternoon that will mean the supremest struggle of the season The
boys are in that precarious state of nervousness that attacks a person
on the eve of a great battle. What they need is support. For the
purpose of giving them a monstrous supply of boosting in a way that
will stay with them until the whistle blows tomorrow, the gang will
assemble in the Armory with a superabundance of those cheers that
will loosen the rafters and will intersperse them with some speeches
that will tingle with valor of old football heroes here for the big home-
followed in lour or live days b fold
ers gotten out b the publicity corn
mittee of the college It Is the place
ol the alumni association to send out
about fiiui postal cards to alumni whom
thev know- are especially Interested
ami then a little later to send out an
other lot io keep them reminder1 of the
Ilel ween two and three hundred
aine la-' .war, with onl.v a month in
which to put a new Idea Into opera
tion, o ibis vein ought to see at least
I w k e i hat until I S C Student
Y. M. C. A. COMMENCES ITS
ANNUAL FINANCIAL CAMPAIGN
Thirty-five Hundred Dollars Are Need
ed, of which Students Are Ex
pected to Give Half.
The I'nlversitv V M C A has this
wiek begun its financial canvass
Three thousand live bundled dollars
will be needed for the year's expense
Ii is hoped that $lfioo ol this amount
can be raised among the student young
men The balance, $2000, will have
to be seiuied as follows Faculty
- $.")0ii, citizens ol Lincoln, $looo, alum-
ENTRANCE STANDARDS RISE Y. W. C. A. DISCUSSES PLANS " ,,r ,h" l,,,h,"rh,,-fi(m
IN SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE A J'1'" """'bersl.lp and Mnane.al
Holds Live Meeting Last Evening at ,:,,,",!,i" is ,'," -"Kluctcd The
.. .. j- , a.u r,. -r.., - membership fee is $1. and to all sub
Many Now Enter With One, Two, or Headquarters. . ' ,,,.,,
si r ibrng .'j.l or more a member-ship tick
Three Years' High School i ii... .,,,.,. t .,,,, ()i , i. ,. ,.x(.,,i i. ,. ,.,.,., .mi- , , mi.
J ' "" mi i iing oi (in- t ei utiv e com ,. uji , issued which will be lion-
Work niillee ol the V V C A the plans oi'i'il in any association for the full
The liunibei I egislei lllg in the S( hool i,,, ,1(. (oming semester Wi'le dis- Vil'1"' ' $' This applies to the Lin-
ol Agric.lt. ne will gientl exceed that ,.,.,, T,. M).la, (.om m j t , ,.,. ma(il. '' association, which many Mil-
' ili ntc douii'ii Li initi Moiw Lliiliiniu
ol last war Last evening the en, oil ,, h ,,,,,.,,,.,. r M)(.1;ll ,.., , ' , ' , -......
wish to contiibute more than $1 tor
ment had reached lot! within a very m.,,,. ai raiiemeiiis im- ilw inv im-hmi-'v. . , . . , ar a,,.
mi, hi. im,uu ins ioi in govirnois membership, some giving $f. $10 or
lew ol the total number registered last ,.,.,.,. ,)tjmi T. ,jj,u. st(lv connnitt,.,. $i;, The association goes betore the
.vear The senior class numbers about I;1S ;, nilnibei of classes in iniird, the sl,l('1'1" ,i(H'x " lls nierlls alone, and
if the investment Is not a good one
Iroin the standpoint of the welfare of
the I'nlversitv life, then It does rrot
desire support and does not ask it.
However, prospects for the campaign
coming and ring with hope and encouragement for the morrow's battle.
What will be needed at the rally will be Nebraska boys with voices
and ambitions that inspire to victory and Nebraska girls whose modesty
will not preclude a healthy support.
A program that of itself is a big temptation is to be sprung. Foot
ball heroes from the big northern school will be in plain view. Foot
ball heroes of Nebraska, past and present, will tell how it has been
done in past years and how it must be done tomorrow. The band
the greatest pep-instigator that Nebraska has seen in years will open
the program in a blaze of harmony. Chancellor Avery will introduce
Fred Hunter, who played for Nebraska in 02, to be in charge of the
meeting. -'Doc" Williams, Minnesota's coach; Captain Aldworth of
the Minnesota aggregation; "Doc" Cutter, and Dean Ringer, who was
one of the boys that beat Minnesota in '02, will speak. The band
will play the "Cornhusker" and other pieces. An effort will be made
to get Johnson, end in '08-'09, exCaptam Temple, ex-Captain Westover
and ex-Captain Shonka on the rostrum. Lastly the team will be called
upon to give their idea of the situation.
IT IS GOING TO BE A RALLY THAT YOU CAN NOT AFFORD
AGGIES PLAN HOMECOMING
DATE OF GAME WITH NEBRASKA
IS DECIDED ON FOR THIS
SEVERAL HUNDRED EXPECTED
Accommodations for Many Will Be
Provided and Entertainment
mi s. la . Oct It; (Special )
'om ruber 1st will mark the second
bom coining as well as the Nebraska
'I hi' October Minimus will start the
luo, ami the junior lUfi. An unusually M1iJj(.(.t ()f WM,., wi ))(. ouiic eil
large number are entering from the HOOI1
smaller high schools, with one, two, Thi. ,oomK committee will can- tor
and three years' credit. "This," says the rooms and assist in the decorating.
I'rincipal Hradford, "shows a remark- The membership committee was iir
' able advance in the standard of pre)- '''"sed in number and-a campaign for
' aration of students in the school." new members planned. A Y. V. C. A.
.Many students with four years' cred-,,a ' m' lu' possibility.
it are entering into the practice group
in the college. ,
Girls' Tennis Tournament.
Ten entries have been made for the
The first convocation will be held i ,,i.-is- (,.n,iiH iniirnnii.ni wJ.i,i, u t,
Friday at 10 o'clock. The Y. M. C. A
held a stag party in the Judging pa
villiou last night.
be held the 21th and 25th The first
of the week will be used for practices
and scheduling of games.
(Continued on Page Thret-i
Nebraskans in Arizona.
Word comes from Clifton, Ariz., tell
ing of the work of F. J. Lynde and
"Sog" I'earson in that country. Both
men are of the class ol '16, and are
putting in this year in practical engi
neering work. A new railroad is being
constructed from Clifton, and they are
engaged in leveling.
Minnesota Rally 11:00 Classes Excused
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