The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 17, 1913, Image 3
. r " " 1J-'Mf -- ' '' JrlT THE DAILY NEBEASKAN LONG LIST OF DEFEATS GOPHERS HAVE WON MAJORITY Or GAVES IN LAST TWELVE YEARS. 1902 THE ONE BRIGHT SPOT Short Histo'-y of Minnesota Games and Men Who Coached Them With Scores. Tomorrow Nebraska will meet a foe which has been one ol her m'atst midirou e:-"rlPH throughout her foot hall histor Only once in the past thirteen J"-1 hao the CornhuskerK deleated tl"- Oophprs In l'.iOL' Ne braska de'ejed Minnesota on her home terri'o-;-, and since then has not 1 i-ppatpd th ptor In 1908 Nebraska hclil V.inn--' to a tip score of 0 to 0 on In i-w u Minds sidp from thesp I wo . i - to" - 'lie Ciophers hap pach V'.'ir tutte- scalps nf tin- ('oiiihn.sk- crs w t.O all honrti i a supprhuman llht -against heav odds In 150- aska sent a band and , Mime iw.- '-rirnl rooters to Minne ; apolis with r-T team TIip eventful i u-toiy ir. !''- was not due to any n markiible spirit on tin- part of Np- braska. Nv over two hundrpd rooters I . collected a the station to sec the team I . off, and o:C tvpntyfip of this mini-( i bei maiiae-' to find enough courage to ! , p pii aUirj' a sendoft Coach Hooth i was the spirit of thp ti-ain For the ( a .-i. y ars previous to this ictor, with a minimum of men from whom to sp- lect Couch Booth had tuincd out teams . that made a wonderful showing Nebr'i'ka did not pla Minnesota in l!iu:, u 1904 the Coi nhiiskers, under i tin- W ailei-Hhip of Captain HciiPdict. anam r. 1 1 the (iophers at Minneapolis . ban 'I of o.OOU Copher students met the Nt-.' raskans at the train and es , ported '.hem to their headquarters Al ' though Nebraska was outplayed man tor m.ui, and seeieh handicapped, .-he held the northei nei s to a score of 1L' to It". Kvcr;. effort was put lorth in 1 ' m " . and lb. motto. "We must beat Minne ota." .iTpPulpd to I lie plllt ol the .school Coach Hooth, togpthpr with Captain Hor, attempted to lead the men t Minneapolis lor a second i toi. .hu' the Copheis piop(l oi w lielmiril ilioim and delf.ited tin lsitor- ;j..ri to n In 1H)() the ( 'oi nhukei s, iiudi i .ip tain MiiMin, weie .mam delealed h a m oi e ' J.' to Ii 111 1 'HIT ( 'ol( ll Cob and 'm pupils, with Captain Wells .MOied .r to Minnesota's S This was K i tit; Cole's lirst ear at Nt hi aska, and lb iipws thai came over the wne that the Uopher's line had been ( loosed ( reati d howls of delight. Nebrnska has alwass bei n le.ued b the northerners, and in IJHiS thplr leais piovod true, lot altei a sjuiited content each .side retiiined lioni I In Indd .v.th no scoie The lollownm eai '"ouch Williams ol Minnesota and his tiuskies managed, att r much cllort. 'n secure II points on Kin-: Cole'.- juotet-e- This ear's -;uiiie .-taitet! as a repetition ol that ol tin eai t'lure, lor the Cornhiiskei s In id tile (I- ptiers to a lie scoie the fust hall ii 1 i) 1 J Nelnaska lost to Minnt sola at Minneapolis b a score ol 7 to II McCovern was the stai ol the game tor Minnesota, spoiinj; 11 points In 1!U1 N-bra'-ka was auain dpfeatpd at Mininapo'is b a scofp of 2 to .1 The -,'ftiup was hard fmmht. although the 'or-' 'iskcis wpic badh out (Continuod on Page Kmu i STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR UNCLE SAM'S HOMESTEADS More Than Eleven Univprsity Men Go ing to Drawings at Valentine and Broken Bow Today. I'niv eisjt students to the niiinhfi of p1-pii hae signified their inten tion of attending and trinn their link at the land drawings ;it Vaentin and Broken How this week It was mi imi-- i ' sil)le to ;et in touch with an otheis 'who niinht he koiiik. hut it is pioh lahlc that at least twice that nuinhei will make up tin- Nebraska deh nation I at the draw iiiRs I The names of the men who aie j;o ' inn toda are as follows C llel.er iV Hale. Wilson DpI.pII. .1 MacKai land, (Men Haines, I'errs. Walter Mac Donald. Kaiuh. I. A Hickman. din ther Y W (' eption w ln h was to hap been held Oetobei IS, has been postponed till (Xtober ':, The Krls' meet.im to.li. will be led hv Norma Kidd 4r 4r - ir ff SIMIAKO STYX TKYOl'TS if TKMIM. :: to r r i K KltYIIOIlV KI.ICIKI.I'. if Scene from the fuillliebt : play ever written AT THE J)LIVER TONIGHT, VaPfiV Ft -. BK2-t?jJP'' -.--f''nW BMns?aBalBBaBfl yC" ty ' tBfei?v?Sv$.? 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Hasiniissen and I'oltei went tllloill'll the aisit toi i ohm lent uains The varsity held on then iiiiejnnl hue and Kt the ball on lowiis l'aile, lieslunan riht end, leioMied Heck's kick and ran is hai k iwintN lie aids lor the onl liesh man touchdown ol the scrimmage The scrap was loiiKht up and down the eentt 1 ol tile Held lor II VP 111 ill lltes with honois eei Then the ai sil lii'HJiii a slow walk touaids the Ip'shinan una I line In the shadow ol then uoal the freshmen stiffpned, but not enough to keep Klwell Ironi diaw ur; thiid blood Coach Stiehin then -i hi I hem all into the n in Minnesota Arrives This Morning. -, h(. ;,,.,,,,., s, ,,,.,, h(1 o,lli(illi; hlllHi I () M Wllll;imK .,,.,.,,,.,, this .,,.; uih ,( hnjil ,nm(.h () m(,irs , , ' Williams will probabh send them I thiouuh a tdiort siunal nracticp loda I on the Countrv Club giounds The lineups and lull partb ulars will he in tomoi i ow 's "Kan Dr Midi ill. dentist, L'imi Caniei hid n. 12 In () st It ::!Hi.'i jr Ml men who handed in lln-n -k if n imi' as ilshels lin the Mlnin if - sota p. inie will meet on the ath ' if bin held l''iida altiinoon al 1 if o clock I'hnes will be assigned if if al thai ti , "BABY MINE" SATURDAY and SAT. 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