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he Daily NebrAskan
VoiTxXI- No- 8.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, SUNDAY, NOVEMliKli G, 11)21.
PRICK FIVE CENTS
EASY PREY Put
HITCHCOCK TO SPEAK HERE WEDNESDAY
CLASSES OUT FOR
Recitations, Libraries And Laborator
ies Dismissed at 9:40 Wednesday
NEBRASKA SENATOR SPEAKS
D!sarmament Parade to Precede
Mass Meeting For Students And
Faculty at St.' Pauls.
Classes -will 'be dismissed nt 8:40
Wednesday morning so -that students
i iid faculty may form in line to march
in the all-university parade which, the
Cadet band will lead from the campus
to St. Paul's church where the stud
ent convocation to back up the limit
ation of armaments conference will be
held. Following the address by Senat
or Gilbert M. Hitchcock the resolu
tons for the University 'to send to
I resident Harding wil be read and
voted on. Special music by the Univer
sity chorus will be a part of the pro
gram. All offices, laboratories and librar
ies as well as classes will be closed
during thei convocation.
Students and faculty members will
form in line by colleges and march
eight abreast. Detailed directions foi
ithe formation for the parade will be
published in the special convocation
edition of the Daily Nebraskan Tues
day. It will bo necessary that each stu
dent notice these directions carefully
so that he can find his place in the
parade without delay.
The resolutions committee has been
working on the resolutions and will
Juve thorn roady to announce Tues
day. The movement among students to
hold group meetings to study the prob
lems of the limitation of armaments
cinforence has spread rapidly, and
many organizations have heM such
neetinga with mombers of the fac
ially as speakers. The women's dorm
itories grouped, and each group of
two dormitories held a discussion meet
ing. Faculty ni embers to speak at
such meetings are still available, and
organizations that have not yet suc
ceeded in getting a speaker can make
arrangements either with the faculty
member they chose or with Prof. J.
I'. Senning, who has a list of speak
ers. GREEN GOBLINS PLAN
A PART IN OLYMPICS
The Green Goblins, freshman men's
society, is planning to tako a part m
the Olympics -which come off next Sat
urday morning at teh Itock Island ball
park. A meeting will be held Thurs
day evening at the Phi Kappa Psl
house, and tha complete plans dis
cussed. SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON
HEARS MR. L. 0. WHYMAN
The first open meeting of the Sigma
Gamma Epsilon was held Thuisdaj
evening. At this meeting Mr. L, O.
Whyman gave an l. Inflated lettu'e on
the geology of Oklahoma. Mr. Why
man discussed the garger oil pool
which is located in the north centr-1
Part or Oklahoma about twenty miles
from Enid. The garber field is very
productive, having produced approxi
mately 25,000,000 dollars worth of oil
ATTENTION 1 1
The Cornhusker Special bear
ing our victorious gridsters will
arrive at 8:30 p. m. Monday".
The Nebraska band and all loy
al, happy and. delighted Husker
students will meet in front of
the Armory at 8 p. m. sharp and
march to the station to greet
Captain Swan son and the con
querers of Pitt Everybody out!
Show the old Nebraska spirit!
8 a. m.r Monday. Remember!
Hartley bucked the Panther line
time and again for consistent gains in
yesterday's fray. His excellent play
ing was a potent factor i in the Corn
President Hinkle Makes Public List
of Persons Who Will Manage
Affairs of Freshmen.
Announcement of the members oi
he freshman committees was made
Saturday afternoon by President Giles
Ilinkle. Publication of the list has
been delayed for nearly a week bo-
cause of the ineligibility of several
The list follows:
Hufus PeWitz, chairman; Ait Lat
ta, Gerald Merritt, Robert Stepncns,
Chester Deardtdcy, Lr.uM Trcxler, Ar
Dean Lowry. chairman; lien Thomp
son, master of ceremonies; Edith Ue-
plogle, Kuth Carpenter, Kenneih Mct-
calf, Gertrude Hroadwel', Fivderich
Fall. Ruth Towner.
Isabel' Kvans, chairman; A! Paiieti,
Elizabeth Clark, Elmer Gruing, Sara
Smoaton. Lucilo Park:'. George Ep
person. Publicity Committee.
Wendell Hergo, cliainnan; Phiilp
Lewis, Dorothy Pain Ronald But
Richard Steerc, chairman; Monroe
Gleason, Stanton Neil, Joseph Phi
dock. Girls' Athletics.
Jane rjoodbroad, chairman; Cncssis
Scheffei-, Dorothy Brown, Bessie Yoit.
Olympics Tryouts Monday.
Olympics tryouts for the freshman
class will be held Monday afternoon
from 4 to 6 o'clock in the armory. All
freshmen who are physically able to
do anything should try out for the
teams. Wrestlers, boxers and relay
men will bo selected and the bet ol
the class must be secured.
STAGED US! NIGHT
Over a Thousand Nebraskans Make
Merry at First Scabbard and
Blade Fun Fest.
Tbe First Annual Military Carni
val which was. held last Saturday
evening in the Armory was an un
qualified success. A crowd of over
one thousand filled the Armory to ca
pacity. There were drinks and carni
val favors enough for everybody.
There was not a dull moment dur
ing the entire evening. Amidst tne
strains of the jazz orchestra coulu
be heard the shouts of the bally-hoo
men and the cries of the barkers. The
stillness of the evening wns further
broken by pistol shots which gave a
real wild west atmosphere to the
Around the room circled the motlej
crowd of dancers, among them were
Spanish girls, cow-girls, and gypsies
all of surpassing beauty. The bar was
busy and workiny overtime, vainly
trying to keep up vith the large vol-
(Continued on page o.j
Trio of Aggie Long Distance Men Tie
For First Honors Bowman Fin
EXPECT CHANGE IN LINEUP
Scarlet and Cream Will Enter
Stronger Team In Valley Run
Nebraska's hopes of winning the
Missouri Valley cross-country run were
given a decided setback yesterday
morning, when the Kansas Aggie
cross-country team defeated the Scar
let and Cream barriers by the score ol
"8 to 17. The Aggie team took the
load after the first mile and was never
hgade.l, altho Bowman, a Husker run
ner, suceded in passing three Aggie
Three Aggie distance men, Capt.
Mathias, Ilenre, and Clapp finished
in 28. iZ and ried for first. Bowman, the
first Cornhusker to finish, was just
four seconds behind the Aggie leaders.
Two Kansas runners followed Bowman
Coats of Nebraska set the pace and
lead the field for the first mile, when
sickness caused him to fall back. The
Kansas Farmers them took the lead
and held it thruout.the race. Bowman
picked up toward the middle of tbe
rice and was close on the heels of the
leading Ags' at the finish. The other
runners were strung out over the
course, the last man finishing five
minutes after the winners.
Although the Agaies victory over
t!e Cornhusker distance men has no
iceably lessened Nebraska's chances of
winning the valley run next Saturday,
Nebraska is not yet out of the running.
Several glaring weaknesses in Ne
braska's team were disclosed in yest
eulay's run and will undoubtedly be
corrected by Coach McMaslers during
tlie coming week. Several changes in
the lineirp of Nbraska's team are also
expected, due to the showing which
was made by several participants in
the varsity try-out, which was held in
conjunction with the dual meet.
The runners finished as follows:
Henro, Kansas, tied for i'irrt, time
Bowman, Nebraska, Fourth, 2S.19.
Chapman. Kansas, Fifth, 29.41.
Bradley, Kansas, Sixth, 29.50.
Woir, Nebraska, Seventh, 30.15.
Hyde. Nebraska, Eighth, 30.26.
Bryan, Nebraska. Ninth, 30.37.
Hart-man, Nebraska, Tenth, 30.43.
- Nollson, Nebraska, Eleventh, 30. a5.
Coats, Nebraska, Twelfth, 33.59.
In the tryouts for varsity positions
Slommons, Fisher and Alexander bet
tered the time nyide by the Scarlet
and Cream distance runners. The try
outs were won by Slemmons who made
the course in 28.46, three seconds fast
er than. Bowman, the leading Nebraska
The runners in the varsity tryouts
placed as follows:
1. Slemmons, Omaha Medic) 28.46.
Fischer, (Omaha Medic) 29.22.
FELLOWSHIP OPEN TO
Students interested in the American
field service fellowships for French
universities should make applications
early in 1922 to Dr. I. L. Kandel, the
secretary of the trustees in charge,
K22 Fifth avenue, New York city.
,Twenty-five of these fellowships are
open to American university men. in
formation can also be obtained from
Dean J. E. LoRossignbl of the college
of business administration who is a
member for this district of the advis
ory board of the trustees: .
AT THE TRAIN MONDAY MORNING AT 8:30
This Husker veteran played his us
ual stellar game against Pitt. He
broke through for several long gains.
Walter Camp should keep his eyes
Victory of 6 to 0 For Team From
College of Business Ad
ministration. The Biz; ds and the Engineers fin
ished their football game Thursday
afternoon on the Nebraska field, with
the scwre remaining the same as li
was, 6-0 in favor of the Rizads. Pi
the rirdt quarter the Engineer; threat
ened :o score by taking the ball to tha
Bi.ad 10 yard line but the Bizads'
line held and the Engineers lost the
ball c-n downs.
The first quarter the Engineers hail
the ball in the Bizad territory most
of the time. In the second quartet
!he Rizads made it very intesti:ik
for tins Engineeis and several times
a touchdown was in sight but two
costly fumbles kept them from scor
ing. When the half was up tho Bi
zads had the ball on the Engineers'
two yard line.
Outhouse, Trouinian, a:;d DeVwtz
were the stellar performers for the
Bizads, while Milton and B.own
wen; the ground gainers for tho Engi
neers. Davis showed up good at end.
Tho lineup was:
Engineers Pes. Bizads
Davis le Andr e
Rinner it ilble
Streitor g Buckingham
Kreuch c Phinney
KJlcniKir rg Troulmai.
Moomau rt Sandroek
Slason r Outhouse (C
Reams qb Fhillips
Schram I Lalie
Milton lb Davison
It has been rumored that the win
ners of the Bizad-Engineer game
would play in a pieiiininary g: me No
Y. W. C. A. Vespers to be Given Over
to Life Story of Nebraska Uni
Tuesday evening at the vespci hem
there will be a special memorial Ser
vice for Grace U CappocV nr.tioiw.
foreign secretary of tho Y V. r.'. A.,
who died in Shanghai, October S, .'&21.
In honor of. her, tho bell in UuK'er
sity hall, which rings only on very
r;.re occasions, will be telle! Tht
committee in chaige of the sc. vice
has arranged to have Mrs. Ray De
Putran, a close friend of Grace Cap
pock, give a talk In tribute to the
wonderful character of this woman
who was known as the greatest or
ganizer in the Orient In the services
of the Y. W. C. A. Madeline Stenger
will tell what she has meant to the
girls of the university in inspiration
In 1905 Grace Cappock graduated
from the University of Nebraska and
ever since the Y. W. C. A. undertook
her support in 1907, she has been
(Continued on page 6.)
B1ZADS TRIUMPH OVER
NG1NEER GRID SQUAD
NEBRASKA TROUNCES PIT! Ill
Scarlet and Cream Warriors Win 10-0 Victory Over Big Eastern football
Aggregation Before Large Crowd on Forbes Field at Pitts
burgh Huskers Threaten Panther Coal Often.
WRIGHT, SWANSON AND HARTLEY ARE HUSKER STARS
Preston Hurled 25 Ya:d Pass to Captain S war. on Who Ran 35 Yards fr First
Touchdown Scored Ag;-.ms;t Panthers on Home Field This
Year Drop Kick Come:; in Fourth Quarter.
I'lTTSlHJKUlI, Venn.. Nov. 5 (Special.) ()ut-iI;t it---. mit
rifrlithifr, and out-gencraling their opponents. the Nehivi--" ' -n-huskors
defeated the tsluriTi Paul Iters in the jrreatest jrridiron
battle staged en Forbes field this ye;ir today by a 10 to 0 score.
This is the secend time the I'anlheis have been forced to bow in do
feat this seasi )t. the previous one licinr at the hands of Layal'ettc in
in early season contest.
The playinjr f YVriuht, Captain Swanson. and Hartley were the
outstanding features of the rain The Nebraska, eleven made a
total of thirteen first downs. The Husker line lived up of their
reputation and stopped every attempt made throutrh the forward
wall. The Panthers were unable to collect only three first downs
durinr the entire frame. The "fifrht" displayed by the Nebraska
forwards was by far the best seen here this year. Preston used
excellent jud anient throughout the raino and is responsible for the
field e-oal refiistered in the final period of play.
fhe first scoro came laU in the.
second period when with but a min
ute or two to play, Preston lnu led
a beautiful 25 yard pars to Captain
Swanson who raced 35 yards far a
touchdown. Thi.j was the most, .spec
tacular play of the game an.l brought
a. groat amount of applause !'ro:!i il.'t
16,00a shivering fan?. The Tar.Mier.-.
made a desperate attempt to stage f.
comeback i:i the third period but the
d Tensive work of the westerners' fo.
ward wall proved to the Penusylvan
ians that a score was almost impos
siblo to put over. When lha whistle
sounded C'.e ba'l was well i:i the Piti
territory and looked like ancthei
i.mrhdown for the Nebratkans.
Most cf the Nebiaska ga'ns made
during the early part of the game
were through the center of the linb.
Stein, Pitt's r.ll-Americnn candidale
put up a weak defense against the
heavy Nebraska back.-, and was u;iabl '
to stop the rushes of the Hiokers.
Wiight made several nice gains -for
tlie visitors and proved himself a ver
satile ath'efo by going for a 25 yard
gain and IS yard trip in two instances.
Hartley is probably the hardt-st hit-j
tins fullback seen here this year. Le
wellen held up his end of the punting
game and booted the ball out of dan
ger whenever necessary which wasn't
The Husker victory came as a sur
piise to Pittsburgh pigskin fans as
veil as most ol' tho football fans ovr
tin country. Betting favored the Pitt
athletes 10 to 3 and 10 to 4 before
the start of the game. The chilliness
of the wealhor held the attendance
down. The Nebraska squad left heie
in their special car early this evening
bound for Lincoln. Before leaving
Coach Dawson of the Husker aggre
gation expressed his desire for a re
turn contest with Coach Warner's
men. Following is the line-up and ot
ficials: Nebraska Pos Pitts
Swanson .(C) le Jordan
Lyman t Harman
Jicolik lg Si,nk
Person c Stein
jtist rg Seidclson
qtP rt Kelley
tki.crer re Williams
Pre ston qb Winterburn
Lewellen lg (C) Davies
Wright rh Anderson
Hartley fb Hewitt
Officials: Referee. McCarthy, Ger
man town academy. Umpire, Thorpe,
Columbia university. Field judge.
Okesoi. , university. Headlinesman,
Evans, Williams college.
Following is a play by play game
received by the Lincoln Star yester
day from their sporting editor, Charles
iCy) .S Sherman who accompanied
the Nebraska athletes on their victor
ious invasion of the east:
Captain Swanson won me toss and
elected to receive the kickoff and de
fend the north goal.
Davies kicked off fifty yards. Pres
ton returning eight yards of Ncbras
k's eight yard line. Lewe'len made
eight yards off left tackle. Lewellen
failed to gain. Lewellen went thru
"enter for first down. Lewelltn hit
the right side of the line far three
yards. Wright made five yards, but
Nebraska was penalized fifteen yard3.
The ban was on Nebraska's 15 yard
Lewellen puntod thirty-five yards to
Andersen, who returned it eight yards.
Hewitt fumbled a bad pass but re
covered. On a lake punt Hewitt made
two yards through center. Davies ran
the lefL end for eight yard.. Hewitt
Lit center for three yards and first
down. Bail on Nebraska, s 25 yard line.
Davies drove off tackle for one yard.
A forward pass, Hewitt to Davies
was incomplete. Andeison drove off
tackle for three yards. The ball was
on Nebraska's 56 yards line. It was
the fourth down, six to go. Davies
tried a dropkick, but it was blocked
and Nebraska recovered the ball on
Pitt's 40 yard line. The Cornhuskers
took time out for consultation. Le
wellen went off tackle for three yards
but the gain was disallowed and Ne
braska penalized five yards for oft
side play. Hartley made five yards
on an off tackle buck. ' A forward
pass, Lewellen to right, was incom
plete. Nebraska's ball on Pitt's 40
yard line and down fourth. Lewellen
tried a dropkick and Pitt recovered.
It was Pitt's ball on its 36 yard line.
Hewitt hit center for one yard. Davies
ran from punt formation, gaining four
Davies punted thirty-five yards. It
was Nebraska's ball on its 25 yard
line. Lewellen failed to gain at cen
ter. Hartley ran the end or a yard.
Lewellen punted fifty-five yards to
Davies, who was thrown in his
tracks on the Pitt 2u yard line. Hewitt
bucked the center of the line for four
more, but the gain was disallowed
and Pitt was penalized fifteen yards
for holding. The ball was on Pitt's 19
yard line. Davies punted thirty
yards to Preston, who ran it back
seven yards. Nebraska's Dall on Pitt's
42 yard line. Wright hit center for
two yards. Wright failed to gain off
tackle. Kelley hurt, Pitt taking time
It was Nebraska's, ball, the third
down and seven yards to go. Hartley
hit center for two yards. Lewellen'3
forward pass was incomplete. Pitt
took the ball on its 38 yard line.
A double pass, Hewitt to Davies,
made seven jards. Hewitt ploughed
through center for four yards and
first down. Anderson made three
yards around left end. Time out for
Pitt. First quarter over.
Score Pitt, 0; Nebraska, 0.
Pitt's ball on Nebraska's 38 yard
Weller broke through and spilled
Anderson for a three yard loss.
Wright b;oke up Davies' forward pass.
Davies punted twenty-five yards, out
of bounds. Nebraska's ball on its 25
yarn line. Wright made one yard off
right tackle. Hartley drove through
center for eight yards. Preston
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