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THE DAILY NE BRAS KAN
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Rofore the Iowa game Conch A. A.
Stagg is credited with saying that
should Iowa play Chicago last Satur
day that the Hawkeyes would defeat
the Maroons. Such being the case
how many guesses will you need to
assertaln what would happen if the
mighty Cornhuskers should play Chi
cago next Saturday? Would they
KmiiKli the Midwnyltes? That will do,
thank you. The ayes have It.
Again the Drake Spanish athlete is
I out of the ring. He says In his paper
last week: " If Kansas defeats Mis
souri, then Nebraska has a clear title
to the championship honors and every
school In the conference will doff their
hats to Stlelim's champs. If Missouri
wins, the title will be in a hopeless
tie." Nothing is hopeless, Ethelberte,
The would-be sport writer goes on
to warble thusly: "Nebraska has al
ready claimed the title on the strength
of the fact that she has not been de
feated by a valley team in the last
two years." Permit us to correct you,
Ethelberte, you should have said for
the last FOUR YEARS. "Such silly
twaddle is not taken seriously by the
other conference schools " of course
Drake does not take it seriously be
cause they did not play Nebraska this
year; had they done so they would
have taken it very seriously, yes we
might say, extremely seriously.
Hut of all the bone-headed, scatter
brained, pitiful arguments ever penned
b an alleged dopester, the following
b Ethelberte of the Drake Delphic
takes the croino: "One authority jok
ingly remarked that because Hoston
won the world's series last year is no
reason why she should be given it
this year, a remark whose application
is very plain." Such ignorance and in
nocence is a scarcity. HoMon lost the
championship because she was beaten
by better teams. Hut how does that
apply to Nebraska? Has she been
beaten by a conference team this year?
Not that anybody noticed. And the
Cornhuskers will keep the champion
ship until they are defeated by a con
Hut Ethelberte is not yet through.
He says: "To look at matters closely
there is little to choose betwen the
two teams and unless Kansas wins to
morrow, Missouri will have a better
claim to the title for she will have de
feated a stronger group of teams than
did the Cornhuskers, and will also have
defeated a greater number of confer
ence teams that Stiehm's pupils." Well,
well, didjagit that? A stronger group
of teams, forsoothe. Meaning Drake,
Ethelberte? Nebraska defeated botli
Ames and Kansas by larger scores than
did Missouri. 'Tis true that the Tigers
also defeated Drake and Washington,
but who would have the supreme gall
to call these two schools strong in
face of their season's records. On the
other hand Nebraska defeated the Kan
sas Aggies, a much Btronger team, bye
the bye, than either Drake or Wash
ington. It seems, Ethelberte, that you
stepped off. But try ngnln, you'll learn.
Really you are Interesting and at times
show signs of almost human Intelli
gence. Well, who's the first would-be sport
writer to claim that Nobraska"s victory
over Iowa was a fluke?
After witnessing the magnificent
ictory of the Cornhuskers over the
Hawkeyes we have but one regret
and that Is because we didn't put the
entire Nebraska team on as all-Missouri
valley eleven Instead of only
Cluctt, Peabody A Co., Ino. Maknra
Don't read this it's nothing but an
"I-told-you-so-story." Hye the bye, just
look up our dope story in Saturday's
(the 22nd) issue of the Daily Ne
braskan and notice t lint the said dope
was correct. Here is the way we
doped it out Iowa has nothing but
end runs and her hopes of victory are
based on (lie spread formations. The
Cornhuskery are acquainted with these
plays. They can break them up. This
will leave Iowa helpless for Nebraska
can whip her at straight football.
That's just what happened. Wherefore
we consider ourselves some dopesters.
(How that man hates himself.)
Hawley Is Sore.
Ilawley, the Iowa coach, was sorer
than a mess of boils Saturday night
over Umpire Hadden's interference
with one of his pet tricks during the
Iowa-Nebraska game. The Cornhusk
ers had carried the 1ml! deep into
the Hawkeyes' territory, only to lose
it on a fumble. Then the lowans took
the oval and ran off a play or two,
when the referee blew his whistle to
punish the Cornhuskers five ynrdH for
being offside. That was the cue for
Cross, the Iowa quarterback, to pull
the prize Hawley trick. The Iowa
center nonchalantly passed the ball
back to Cross, who as unconcernedly
sauntered through the Nebraska
squad, asserting that the penalty was
fifteen yards for holding. The Corn
buskers were tricked and Gross was
about clear of t lie bunch, preparatory
to setting sail on a sprint to a touch
down, when Umpire Hadden grabbed
him and took possession of the ball
That cooked Cross' goose and effect
ually disposed of the Iowa trick.
Coach Hawley beefed all evening and
was still at It when the Hawkeyes
pulled out of town on a special train
late at night. He said lie expected
officials to make mistakes, but he
thought he had a big kick coming
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