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Mrutrnant Robert II. Flansburg.
A. II.. 16. son of ('. C. Flansburg. 1645
A St'., Unooln. was killed In action
Juno 15. He enlist ed from Chicago,
where he was attending law school and
went to the first O. T. C at Fort Snell
ing. and reached France in September.
Isham Keavis Gist A. U.. '13. of Falls
City, Nebr., who entered the army as
a private in June, died at Fort Riley,
October 21, 1918. .
Private Ralph E. Halldorson. ex '12,
with the 59th Pioneer Infantry in
France, died of pneumonia, September
IS, 1918. He was in the employ of
Morrall-Hoole Studios. Rochester. N.
V., and in charge of a branch studio
at 3racuse, N. Y.
Isaic F. Halverstadt. ex-'19. of Lin
coln, who was stationed at the Great
Iakes, died September 24. or pneu
monia. Lieutenant James Charles Hyde.
fantry, was reported seriously wound
ed In action. July 17. Since then news
of his recovery has been received by
his sister, who lives at West Point
Captain Langer was a close friend of
Lieutenant Colonel M. M. Liehmann,
who was killed in action. Hoth were
members for seventeen years of th
23rd New York National Guards.
Lieutenant W'ennah U. Brookley,
ex-'19, of Edgar, was injured in an
aeroplane accident. Captain Earl M.
Cline, ex-'15, of Nebraska City, was
wounded in action, as also was Captain
Joseph A. Sargent, '03, of Lincoln.
Private Howard Greer, with the A. E.
F. in France, was gassed in action and
later assigned to special duty as an
artist with General Pershing's staff.
Lieutenant Edgar M. Westervelt
was severely wounded in action July
19, but has since recovered.
Captain Harold F. Holtz, '17, of Bur
ley, Idaho, was decorated for bravery.
x-'18, of Norfolk Nebr., who was
fcistructor of format ton ac
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Field, Texas, was killed in an . ..viu-
i fall o .".is plane into an air pocket,
...i . . 4 T T 1 .1 t . L nllnf Arv
ex-'18, of Omaha, was killed at Kelly
Field on June 19, while making a forc
John Blaine Kuhn, A. B., '18, of Lin
coln, a private at Camp Greene, Char
lotte, N. C, died of pneumonia while
on his post of duty, March 26.
Taylor E. Lewis, ex-'19, left school
in January for Camp Funston. He was
made a sergeant and reached France
in June. He was wounded in action,
September 12, 1918, and died eighteen
days later. His home was in Superior,
Colonel G. T. Patterson, ex'-'J2 of
LATE GAMES DELAY
Daily Nebraskan Forced to Post
pone Selection of Mythical
Seven Huskers Certain to Secure
Recognition by Western Sport
Looking over the players of the
teams in the Missouri Valley Con
ference, it would be a difficult prop-
Plattsmouth. Nebr.. who was a grad- ositton lo pick out a tair list c,i piayei
ii. vo nf vst Point nn,i mmmuiwHnir for an all-star team. For a Corn-
officer Harbor Military Post. Ports
mouth. N. H., committed suicide fol
lowing a nervous breakdown, August
23, 1918. His father is T. C. Patter
son of Plattsmouth.
McKinley Pound, ex-'19, A. & S. o:'
Mt. Vernon, S. I)., was killed while in
service in France.
Sergeant Douglas H. Readinger,
Art, ex-'19, of West Point, Nebr., died
of wounds received in'battle In France,
November 8, 1918.
Edward Alfred Rogers, A. 15.. '15
died at Camp Grant, October. 1918. one
month after he had entered the ser
vice, iuh home was in Lincoln.
1'rivate Bert I). Snively, law. died at
Camp Cody of pneumonia, after an op
eration for appendicitis in May. 1918.
His father is A. B. Shlvely of Laurel,
Verlin Wyckliff Taylor, A. & S.,
'x-'20, died in a hospital in France in
September, from a shell wound In the
h itrtiveu in April. His home was
n Red Cloud.
Lieutenant Ross L. Williams, ex-'09,
who was with the 132nd Infantry in
France, was killed in action in France,
'October 11, 1918. He was the son of
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Williams of Mid
Dr. Edwin B. Zwink, Lincoln Dental
College, '17. died in camp. November
Frank Blaine Sloane, nephew of
Congressman Sloane, died of influ
enza in a hospital in England.
Many Huskers Wounded
Among those of the university lads
who have been wounded is Lieutenant
Harold E. McGlasson, '19, twice wound
ed and cited for bravery. Captain
Jerome F. Langer, '01. of the 160th In-
husker. it would be no trouble at all
to pick a team that would please the
Nebraska fans, but it is our desire to
pick a team consisting of all the Val
ley stars. For this reason The Daily
Nebraskan will refrain from picking
a team for the Thanksgiving issue as j
has been the custom in former years.
Nebraska has played only one con
ference game this year, that one being
with Kansas. Missouri has not play
ed any games at all this year on ac
count of the influenza ban. For these
reasons and numerous others, Coach
Kline request that the mythical
team should not be chosen until after
all thi scheduled games are played.
Post Season Games
Nebraska has scheduled two con
tests to be played after today's en
counter. At least one of these games
will be with a member of the Missouri
The all-star teams this year will
consist almost entirely or nrst year
men. because of the fact that most of
last year's players are now in the ser
vice. Jones of Kansas was a member
of the first team picked by The Daily
Nebraskan, last year and aside from
his name, all others will probably be
those of new men. j
Members of the Nebraska and the i
Kansas Aggies' elevens seem deserv
ing of several places on the all-valley
team this yvar in view or the ract :
that both have a clean record in con-j
ference games they have played this
llubka looks like a possibility for j
captain of the team this year. Jones, j
the famous Jayhawk guard and a mem-1
her of last year's all-star aggregation
is another possibility for this position.
W.th Dobson in the husker lineup to
day, he will probably be considered
by noun critics for the leading posi
tion if he repeats his performances
of last year.
Backfield a Problem
The list of candidates for the back
field positions seems to be large
enough. Jones, quarter and captain
of the Jayhawk eleven and Howarth,
pilot of the husker aggregation are the
probilities for the signalling position.
Miller and Gallagher of the aggies
are possibilities for kiekfleld posi
tions. Swanson, Lyman, Wade Munn,
and Mont Mann of Nebraska, Gates
a second year man on the wildcat
crew, and Jonea of the Jayhawks have
practically cinched line positions on
either the first or the second team.
Wade Munn, playing regular at left
guard position for Nebraska is one
of the finds of the season. Swanson
and Lyman have both played excel
lent games at end and tackle posi
tions this year.
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