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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL XIII. NO. 37 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913
Price, 5 Cents
SIX REGULARS OUT FOR PRAC
TICE LAST EVENING
RUTHERFORD SICK WITH FEVER
Cornhuskera Intend to Use Straight
Foot-ball Against the Jay-hawkers.
WILL OWEN JONES SPEAKS MIMIC MANEUVER STAGED
TO JOURNALISTIC SEMINAR BY REGIMENT IN HELD
Editor of State Journal Sees No Fu- i Cadets Deployed for Two Hours in
ture in Journalism. Provides ' "Russiatown" Last Night. Arm
Agaiu has the dismal cloud oi
gloom spread itself over the ranks of
the Cornhusker footbnll followers. It
was announi ed vesterday atteinoon
that Uicharl lluthorlord w as sud
denl taken ill and confined to his
room with high fever It is not
thought by flu- attending physicians
that the stir half will he kept from
tho gridiron for more than throe or
Excellent Training for
The second semi-monthh meeting
of the Journalistic Seminar was held
last night in the ofllce ot the Daily
Nebraskan. Mr. Will Owen Jones,
editor-ln-chiel ot the State Journal,
spoke to the class on the nriotis
phases ot newspaper work and out
lined a course hi the theor ot journal
ism that c ould be (onenientl tol
lowed in one semester's study
Signals Supercede Vocal
DEBATE TEAM PICKED
EIGHT MEN CH08EN FROM SQUAD
TO MEET IOWA AND MIN
NESOTA. GENERAL SURPRISES SPRUNG
Wliile tour o'clock classes were ex
cused Tor cadets yesterday, the first i
regiment "took to the Held" for an
extended series ol practice maneuvers.
Under the command of Lieut. How- I
man acting as colonel the three
battalions were depleted as tho under
:w tual war conditions on the open
mound northwest ot "Uussiatown."
-rill- v'.li i I. i li'Min nl f",,r '"' "Motile ear 1913-14 were picked In the
Yet Members of 8quad Express Con
fidence and Satisfaction in Se
lection. Fogg Starts
The two teams to represent Ne
braska in inter-colloglate debate for
Janes spoke of the previous work done (oiiipleted at six final tryouts held last evonlng in the
in the study ot practical writing and, The attitude of the war department nrniorj The first tryouts hold about
the value ol the training The talk .it Washington toward niilltnr - a n)nUl aKO detennlned sixteen mo.n-
tho gridiron for more than throe or intended to be but a brief sum ' struction in colleges is responsible
rr .i, in v.ut.nl-i . ., ,,,.,,, i i iii i I hers ot the debating squad and It was
four days. He was taken 111 yestercia j ()- llu, higi, lights In journalism i tor this latest wrinkle In drill In-
morning while at the Y. M. ('.A. iimlim ., J)art (), th(k tl1. was Spent , I stead , training the men altogether '" llli K"1 tllflt th two u'niH
was later remoed to his room at S4r lllllHXW.rjIlR tlie questions t reporters in the handling ol the ritle and com-'i w'r' flionun. There was plenty of
North Thirteonth street, where he was! ..iIourilalism is not profession, but puny drill, it is the purpose of the de- Kod material and much confidence
immediately placed under the care of a trad(, was ,. of llis opening state ' partment to acquaint them with the een Vncvi In the selected men,
ments and he achisecl no one to enter principles ol open order work, under a'uiougn as one suuieni expressed u,
There were onl six regulars out I R hh lhi diu (), ri,IliajninK mon. which the greatest part ot actual war "tlu're were several surprises."
tor practice last eening. Towle and t,)an t(.n years "It is most excellent tare has to be carried on. The e The team which will meet Mlnne
Halligau were on the side lines but tnunin lor ,.vor thing except the periment has proved smcesslul in the sola at Line oln consists of
they are nursing their injuries and ...... ..,....,. .)roiession The man who main this tall, in that the men are
expects to make inonej should start becoming acquainted with the nietli-
adcitismg ods employed in handling huge bodies
' ol men m the field
II.! ... ..)lnn
were m no oonuiuon u i"i'
Thompson and Mastln iook me eiw) fron t,i(. Illlsm.ss ,
and did not report tor practice. This
Reed H. Dawson, '14, Lincoln
Homer (J. Hewitt, 'l.r. Hrowster
Harold A Prince
Paul (iood, 1.!, (Amherst), Law "Ki,
left but few of the varsity to oauie un ,. , .,1()I)m(,Ilt ,, ti,(. newsimnei The deplo meiit last night was es
treshmen but the second string men touched ,,,, .spec ialh its rise- pec iall tor the- purpose ol practicing Line oln. alternate
did good work in America The ears rroin LS::2 to the transmission and receiving ol arm The team which will meet the Wnl-
After gomg through the preliminary ls4). pomU,d out as the In()st bril signals As the c oinpanii-s become ersit ot Iowa at Iowa City
practices or tackling, punting and slg liftnt jn Ainerk.an journalism, lor it .Mattered out, the regulation signals llanuond 10. Kirk. 'If. Kearney
nal work, Che six varsity men to tjin thut ft IuaJoritv ol tu, i,tK used by tlie army are employed. lOnch , Otto K Perrin, '14, Sargent,
gether with fie ol Coach Dudley's ' yk papors on, started The officer in the field receives instruct- C. A. Sorenson, '14. Law 'Hi. Loup
"hoodlums" lined up against the first moai important factors in the perlec- ions Iroin his superiors and transmits City.
ear men Coftee returned the ball tion o moUern newspaper were them to his command in this way Harold J Schwab, '10, McCook, al-
twent yanis trom the kickotl. I)tilu",tne Webb perfecting pressfi the stereo A number ot signals, not lound in the termite.
metre made about five more on an end typiHK pro(.eKs, the cheapening or ' I I). It., were hastily invented by olll- Tlie relative positions of the de
run. A forward pass was tried but ' papor aIld Ull. wonderful development ' cers on the lines last night, but it is haters on the teams is not absolutely
the freshme'i reccnered the ball. The n pul)li(.(tv and adertising. One ol probable that the officers will resort definite and two of the speakers may
made sever il good gains through the j ,arked changes coining as a di ' to the regulation signals in the tuture. possibly be shifted to the opposite
center ift'p varsity but lost the ball, r,,MMl . ,i,is i,UH )t.(. the trans- Toniglit drill will be at the regular team.
to the regulars The varsity then I ,renct. (), (.ontn,i trom the editorial hour, and an assignment ol first year The judges were Dr. Maxey, I'ro-
to the business desk .cadets will be made to the companies lessor J. 10. Le Itoslgnal and Professor
The development ot the news stor ' On Tuesdav the last ot the field prob- Oeorge M. Foster. Professor M. M.
:.s such and the importance ol the in loins ol this tall is to be staged, w ith , Fogg ol the rhetoric department is
The coach dismissed the squad with u,mi,w in j,atiHriug news were the the entire regiment, recruited to bet- coaching the teams,
a "three laps around the field.' ' nrinclnal points brought out in the . tor strength by the addition ol the
The following was taken from OIIf' ' dist USMUIl ot practical reporting 'new men tonight, employed as before
ot the Topeka papers , ........ ()) similar addicses lias This problem will begin at 4 o'clock
. . 1. 1.. i.
began a H'ies ol line piunges which
gained, bu- i forward pass Iroin How
ard to BP'-k scored the touchdown.
Chancellor Not a Candidate.
On the grounds that it is injurious
"Haskell's work appears to
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WICK i , . , ,.. ,. , ,,, .in. .-.. u'uiilliiii
ueen piauiieo mi cm- i--i " ...nn..
permitting. The two hour to the welfare
Purely, tlie c ornnubKci to nic hide talks h the editors , drill program commences alter
captain, wiU recoer in time to play oi gonM. ()t the larger metropolitan i Thanksgiving vacation.
. i..ri i.'...ntiu Wnnnrtu '
in ine game ugaiu.si iuin. "-"I'""" dallies
. - !... f'u.i,.ll Mill I
,rom ::::: :.;:,.::,;:, : rn cross country team to
nesocu omurciK- !.. JUNIOR AND SENIUK KKJlUttto.
that the Jayhawkers need something
else. Washburn players who helped
smash the shift la.st year, when the
Ichabods deteated K. I'.. say that the
shift loses effectiveness when the
other team isn't alrald of it."
It might be well to add that Ne
braska is contemplating the use of
nothing but straight football with K.
1 1, when the two teams meet in two
weeks. Not that they have nothing
else but that is the game the Jay
hawkers are least expecting.
From tlie dope as it now stands on
paper it lb all Nebraska, but those
who know Kansas know there will bo
some game in the Jayhawk land when
the two old rivals moot. Kansas plays
two games each year Missouri and
(Continued on Page Two)
Have vou had those pictures taken
vet. Juniors and Seniors? If not. then
of Iowa Game.
shake it up and get it done before Will Be Held Here November 22 With
,, , ..:.... w ...in o ,.n iwi Finish on Field Between Halves
1 I1UUHB&1 VII1B- "- "'" I""00 j"i "
trouble to drop around Mr. Town
send's studio any hour ot the day and
have your face snapped, as he has
everything prepared so he can take
the picture without any notice or any
delay. Just go down and convince
yourself. If you will get them taken
before Thanksgiving the (Jornhusker
management promises that the book
will be out a month ahead of any pre
of the University to
i have the name of its Chancellor In
i volved witli the warring school fac
lions and because ot personal sent!
j inent against accepting the presidency
ot the State Teachers' Association
ENTER M. V. MEET ANNOUNCED unless unanimously elected, Chancel
lor A very yesterday issued a state
ment requesting that his name be
dropped finally from the nominations
at the convention at Omaha.
Delta Chi Pledge.
Delta Chi fraternity announces tho
pledging of Albert Covert of Wash
ington, D. C.
In tho Missouri valley cross coun
try meet, which will be held Satur
day, November 22, the following men
will represent Nebraska: McMasters,
Ooetze, Anderson, Krantz, Gerlau and
Kubik. Tho contest will be finished
in front of the grandstand between
the halves of the Iowa game. Wash
ington college and Drake will not com
pete this year.
The Household Arts Club met Tues
day evening with Margaret Long
at the Acoth House.
THETA NU EPSILON AT MINNE
SOTA. It has been rumored that a chap
ter of Theta Nu Epsilon Is now in ex
istence at Minnesota. The editorial
comments on the matter In the Min
nesota papers seem to think that the
reports are true. The intorfratornity
council has signified its intention of
investigating the situation. This fra
ternity was there several years ago
in a flourishing chapter which at that
time was notorious for its night of
revelry in drinking houses.
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