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Till: DULY M IIH SK W
illl FIRS! DRILL
Nebraska Mentor Has
,1ore Than Sixty Men
In Initial Call.
1. U. OPENS CALENDAR
of Toughest Games on
.Schedule Will tome
I In Three Weeks.
break Corohuskere report
'or the Initial gridiron drill of
!aaaon Monday afternoon and
Dan X Bible, Ine new
jkar tutor, haa a aquad of mora
aUty man reporUrn dally for
practice session. Monday and
day were spent In Umbering
, ixerctaea and fundamentala be
j. Intensive training starts for
j opaning game of the aeaaon
.x tha Southern Methodist Mua
a from Dsllaa, Tax.
Bible baa taken over tha
. i of tha coaching poaltlon, hav-
, looked over hla men laat spring
l&g that training season. Al
agn be baa spent alx week with
squad this week la the first
nee be baa had to look over the
ire squad of moleskin warriors,
t Hunker coach haa three weeks
4 whip the Scarlet into shape for
u)ruui( uuua oi ine Benson,
enlng the schedule for 1929 Is
i of the most powerful gridiron
una la Ik. ......... W O f IT
fven from Dailaa.
Have Tough Assignment.
rhe Oornbitsker schedule for the
nlng year Is as tough an a.vfgn
nt aa any gridiron eleven In the
-intry will face. Sport critics
ve predicted a bard path for the
lsxer skipper with four of the
rdeat games of the season com
; out of the box before mid-sea-
n. Three lntersectional tilts are
oked on the Nebraska slate early
. the season. Following the
M. U. game the Scarlet and
-earn will journey to Syracuse to
eet the Orange eleven and tangle
Ith the Pitt ran there on Me
ortal stadium field In the third
Nebraska handed the Mustangs
handicap right at the start In
tat the Texas crew started its
rat practice on Sept. 10 while the j
ujtkers first appeared on the field I
n Sept. 16. In addition to the
vrly start the Mustangs open j g
ieir acneauie ctaiuruuy, w uno
oach Bible and his cohorts will 1
pend the next three weeks In In- j
enlve training for the hard ,
chedule of eight games ahead.
! Slight Work Monday. 1
Bible was able to do very little ;
j n the way of giving bis men any
! ntensive work Monday and most
.if the afternoon was spent In tak-1
;ng pictures, fitting the players In j
uniforms and getting limbered up
after the summer vacation. Tues- I
day evening was the Initial day of
hard work for the moleskin war
riors of Nebraska. The Hunker
tutor sent bis men through the
afternoon workout with a series of
prldlron fundamentals and ball
lugging, while v Coach "Bunny"
Oakea, bead line coac.V put his
linesmen through tK Initial paces
Lrsarn to dance for $5.00. Pri
vate Lessons any time. Class
every Tuesday and Friday. 8
p. m. JO Losaona for J5.00.
Lessons free If you fail. Join
X018 N. Thone B7845.
Hear ye, hear ye! !
Come all ye fresh
men and other col
lege gents who seek
for yourselves that
char actenzes the
man about the cam
pus. Slide up and
slick up here. at that
dive, the -
llutkrrt f'nrf II vary
At Vnutirv Start t
Nebraska's fotttttall sthetlule
this yesr u on of lh hanlest
in many seasons in Hint the
four biK games i't lhi year
con at the start. Willi Com h
Ulhle t Ak lliC lirtit f In flint
Nehrask team, he hnea to
turn xit a Starlet anil rrenm
eleven that will tin Jutt rrnlil
to the t'ornhuaker t html.
n 8. M. t'. at l.int'nln
Svrnruno at Svra-
19 --Pittsburgh at l.in
2t5 Missouri aL i'tiluin-
Kans at l.mroln.
Oklnhom at l.in-
Kaneas A'i;les at
Iowa Stat at l.m-
of limbering up and iharging the
With th loaa of three of the
great ml Imemnen Neliranka ever '
t'latnied. t'oai'h "liiintiy" tke has'
a Urire tank ah"ad. A renter and
strong pair of juurila niut le tle
velt'peil to replnt MfMullrn.
Jamea and Holm. The reserve ma
terial for those positions Is small
and Oakea will concentrate his ef
forts the first few weeks on build
ing up men tor these three pom-1
tlona. In tackles, oukea has a fair
supply of veteran men but will
need them In view of the coming
four fames. At end. Coach Kd
Weir will have to build up a wing
man to replace Cliff Aahhurn who
graduated last sprinfi.
In hackfield niatenil Nebraska
seems to be more fortunate than In
the line. Blue Howell, all confer
ence back. Is the big loss In the
Scarlet barkfleld while Sloan. Far
ley. Rowley. Krahm. Wttte. Me
Bnde and other veterans are back ,
tt bid for ball lupglng positions.
Coach Bible has not Riven out any ',
Information on the llusker pros-1
pects for the coming year and only
states that the team or teams that
beat Nebraska this year will have
to be the strongest in the rountry.
Nebiaaka'a backfleld this sea
son should contain plenty of speed
with such men as Wally Morrow,
former Husker backfleld ace, Vic
Schcrzinger. who displayed his
wares for the first time last sea
son, Marvin Paul, a sophomore and
Bill Homey. Coach Bible will
have plenty of men for aerial work
in both passers and receivers and
veteran ball toters In Clair Sloan.
Bud'" McBrlde. Dutch" Wltte
and Claude Rowley. Tunters will
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nol he al'M-nt ith Witt. Sloan
and lln ley Ni k.
Will Be Orilled.
In the nei sixteen daya Ihe
llti.Wer I will l ttnllnl and
ninul.letl in an at tempt to break
Itiiii one of i he har.lt-al schedules
tf nuinv eira. beginning with the
Texna eleven. t'uMi-b Hibl and hl
i't,ithinc a'arf trail what Ih
HuAera fat and although rom
rutn'a ate not coming forth from
the atatf. ttiev ar aware that the
fiikt four tinmen on Ih Nehraaka
. Iio.lulo u ill lala Ih lllm.Uit nf
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tht" llusker team aji.l rivat hea tojt(l en deck. Th Southern Matho-
win. rut. one f the fastest d,,t Mustsngs effar followers of
elevens In the east, la tlrawtni; the Cornhuaktr football an lntratlng
heaviest fivnit -all erowd of th aea- j (ea(0n opener on Memorial eta-
son afcoritiiij. to pre-aeason re- um ftt6 October 5. when th
potts from the athletic office. John Huakers take on th Tana tam
K S-lle, k .....mesa manager of T-e ih. Vrtt t.m. In hl.tory. Put
'oiiihucker hthletic states that
they will hav lo turn thousand!
of fitotliMll fans away from the
I'lint hrr-lluskrr tilt on Memollal
Sta.iium field tvt. 19
In reirard to fivnthall crowds thla
season, they should be unusually
larse. The Southern MethiKliat
game on (Vt A will draw one of
the Indent crowds of the season
and should fsir weather prevail,
the stadium will not accomnuvilate
the crowd that will be in Lincoln
for the Knu-. Oklahoma and Kan
sas sanies will also be witnessed
by ca,vntity rrowtls and the an
nual Turkey day battle with Iowa
Stve as the Husker foe. will be
listed in the big g.imea of the sea
son. tili C.iiU IMrrlinp lo
IM.ui Inlruiiiiirul SMrl
Athletic Director Herb Glsh has
mini iiirt-niiK itii tiMiifim 111 l lir
trophy room of the coliseum for
nil fraternity presidents for the
purpose of planning the Intramural
Proliant for the coming year, dish
stated that this year's athletic pro
gram among the non-varsity men
will he the hir.-eNt ftver slaceii At
Nebraska and he is calling the
t.rcek letter presidents together to
get a better Idea of w hat the'lntra
niural program needs for 1928-29.
W ill Take Kxniiiinatioii
All students who have a "C" ;
grade upon their record for either
Chemist rv 1 or Chemistry 2. will
be given' opportunity to remove !
that condition by a special exam- ;
ination on Saturday morning.
September 2S from S till 11 o'clock
in Chemistry Hall 208. Students i
planning to'take the examination j
should bring a special examination '
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The Big conftrance
soma highly Interesting games In
i..ik.ll this a a inn mmlt manv In-
i....,.i.i him., tnvhieh will be
watched by football erit.es o the
entire country. Nebraska, chsm-
plon tha Big tia contarenea In
aa . t.nh arhadula ahead
'......'.... km i.l..urllail.l hit.
comes to Lincoln on October tor
?.t. second .,nt.r.,ct.ons. battl.
wh.l. th Musk.r. spend the In-
to me.t the Orsng. ei.ven.
Missouri also haa an ambitlou
schedule. The Tigers Journey to
New York to meet New York uni -
vera.., on November H. also meet-1
i.... u'a.inn -i.m univeraiiv ano
lrake. The Kansaa Jayhaw kers
will waste no tim in Jumping Into
lntersectional limeliRht aa tbey
meet the Illlul eleven at frbana
on tvtoher a and follow up with a
practice game at Emporia, the old
home of Coach llargiss.
Word comes from th camp of
in Kill rumnrri t" .-..;
eleven will play befor flv cspso-
Ity crowds this season. In the
i!-,ni.K,r:v:.DMi: ."in'joiiN brown hkad
oheny st En and Ohio Stat and
Carneole Tech st the Pitt oval.
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rvi.n uiii.i uu.ii'ih ......
: . - e U If alnuan A th limit.
th. Mu.tang Huaker gams should
rin. a eanacitv crowd aiao. n-
port from the eouth are that the
Susines. men of th. city are plan-;
ning on four special trains to Lln
Fifteen thouaand t.cket. h.v. been
sent to Dallas and reports are that
th. majority of them will be sold
to S. M. U. rooters. .
Missouri is Bolre t have a fresh-,
. man football aquad thia year that :
bids to be the largest tn the nis-
tory of the Tiger school, .'resent ;
reports are that equipment has ,
been issued to 160 frosh guilders.
I'raciice mr mr tifc
gan Monday and Anton Stankow
ski, freshman coach, expects his
squad to increase as the practice
season gets under way. The new
ruling in the Big Six conference
that narmlra conference freshman
i.i.thall taama to nlRV tWO ITamefl
iiniiuni, . ...... .v . - r-
H.iiirinir the vear probublv ac-
Botany .... 3.00
Bus. Org. 3 . . 1.10
Charcoal . . . 2.00
Zoology .... 3.25
Bacteriology . . . 4.00
Geology Note Books . .1.75
Hammermill Bond Note Book Paper g
The Paper that Does Not Tear Out jj
and Works best in
Hinge Note Books,
Made Notebook on
New and Used
'rmmll for tha Urea turnout of flrat
year men. Th froah teanm In the
ronferriit tliia year will 'lay Ti
limi at home and one away frtm
George Farley, captain of tha
1t2 Huskee alaven, haa never
stood out In tht Nebraska back
ti.M a brilliant ball luaoer. hi
'main aaiianment In all games d
mg intarfarenee. blocking and the
heavy defensive work. In this Ims
of work Farley wss tocond to none.
Ha alto floured In on braakmg up
tha niuuiinll' Hilling OISII and
wr-r- - -
many times mad long gains en .r
, urcepad paaata. Bui critics pre-
gict that this year Coach Bible la
going to develop Farley Into on of
his main ball luggers.
With hi. ability on defense c. m-
, Mne.l wun oau "";; ""''
'should atanj , I ' '''
ba" kf.el d a. e . In i h
I ,h1 Nhrll,ka raP-
tain should pilot his team through
a succeshful season.
; i.ri7kma,i at Iowa
C..e- No 1 WorUm.n .. low.
-- - - -
that Cosch Bible Is at Neorasna. ,
Th Cyclon coach Is long on back-1
field msterlsl but short on lines- :
men. Filling th gaps left In th i
lln will b Workman1 hardest Job
and his backfleld Is almost Intact ,
from latt season. Ths Cyclones and
Husker meet on Thanksgiving day
In th season final.
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.7)OTI.I 1. IN(KK
John R. Brown has been selected
as th senior manacer of the Corn
team during the.
The decision was
mane l.iescay ov .. .,.,. - .
be een J "d O to Bau
in it n, win jmm'i nwiai . .... -vr.
Both men wer" of equnl
ability In both scholastic work and
work as manager of the foctt-11 ,
: ther were no Junior base-
iball managers from last year. It
wa decided bv th athletic dlrec-
t0r that th loser In the flip should i
grl the senior managership or me
baseball team this spring.
llrinlior Made Mrnilirr of ;
1 .ivil Kncinorrinc Staff,
1. M. Member, graduate student ;
of the university, has been ap- ,
pointed psrt time assistant in
structor In the department of me
chanical engineering for the com
Our New Metal m
the Strongest m
RHODES SENDS FROSH
THROUGH RRST DRILL
More Than 150 Aspirants
For Prc-Varsity Grid
Citach John "Choppy" Rho-ies
sent his freshman squad of foot
ballers through the Initial workout
of the seaaon Tuesday afternoon
with more than l.V griddera re
Mrting for Ihe first practice ses
sion r .indamental drills and Urn
trnng up exercises were all that
occupied Ihe cost lies' time during
the Tuesday and Wednesday ses
sion. Rhodes announced last eve
ning that signal drill and dummy
scrimmage would follow thla week
Captain lhman and Assistant
Coach Huslw-e will handle th frosh
gridders this fall in the Hig Six
freshman football campaign. The
freshman team will meet two Rig
Six yearling elevens one fame on
Memorial stadium field and the
other on foreign soil. The home
game is wiih the rnlverslty 'f
Miisotirl frrhmen while the game
on the road is at Norman with the
I'.li'Klt's is using a system with
the fro.th similar to that of last
season. He will have a regular
varsity eleven and divide the re
mainder of the squad Into league
teams although the vsratty eleven
will be changed from time to time
as the coaches see fit. Each team
will have a regular coach through
the entire season. The athletic
board Is using men In the univer
sity who are majoring In coaching
to" pi;t the various freshman
teams, llcib Ciisli. athletic ui
reclor. stated Wednesday that
anyone interested In coaching
should see him at the beginning
of the practice season.
A partial list of the frosh team
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Pick Hm.ni1 K.na-aw
Hm-ni-n-v r A!vtn. lifantriwl
Hk. A'll-rrt. Hrok.n Horn.
Hi-ntl. Hum Omaha.
t'onaaat. t'liflon. I.l-tcoln
lir..... K.nn.th R. Slanton.
littoraa. l:ic.nl. Lincoln.
1'".. i...rr. Art-ailia
Klt'Ul. K'i1artl. Omaha
l.t. Iar.nrf. (.rand l.ranrt
Kim.-. Htil. Ftuari
ht'1i. K.rn. Aiirora. lil.
K. ilma? .r. F! Mlrha.i
lia.Kl.l. Krr..t IV. N.lira-ka t'ltv.
Huff, l.fiir. Omaha.
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' HuiHMil. t't.rin. Ila..l.ra
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JiinvMt lAHM.nl I Jr. . i. '
l.in.i.ait.i. Ciaml.. H.rs.-. I
Un .i, lorMI I) . I'lanmla. la j
Mui.r. Jarh. Omaha j
M. (hrrmoti. John Witn4 fll.p
U..II laH.it. Hiiiaraa..
N.ihan IMi.r Aumra III ,
omul, t .. . llinmiimi ,
f.nnt Ta'" la
let A tttt.n Itiilitw.i4t
H.iio JtNhtt. N.t...i
S--hii.l.. Ial t.r.li...S
S.I-.-S. Iav.ptt. :iari
Mtnin. William J. Ann". HI
kli .id. I'harlM, ll..nn.
a HUM, Won. BfttkM H
H. n.a. Iimv VlUKli- -
kmim.ra. William.. Haatrw. I
H. minima, rrana. Alma j
Si lirk. . Hoh, I4.in.lim. I
Tn.imn t.lvm Val.non.
t,l.ard Uarahail. aiiaa .
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W.lMil.r, JatHHi I'aium I
Tnrk.r. b.manl. Im.mnnl. I'nio
Those w ho drew equipment be-1
fore noon Tues.lay: j
llarna.. Ja.S rrfnrtl I
H. ntM. Mati.id. lM.tliiilmta
H'tirand. I'aul l.mroln
Hmi. Karl. H--u-1
Hrun. im.r A . s.Hh Smmi l'lt.
Hnmn. Mia II . Wl.n.r
Miiltitrff l-.l., Orlna
t n. Thonia.. Cslit Kapld.
I.ln(. H.rolrl timaha.
Is.llv.n I'aul. Si Umii.. M"
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The Well Groomed College Man
realizes the Important psrt played by his LAUNDRY In
the game of keeping sartorially fit. That's why many of
the best dressed men on the campus
USE OUR BACHELOR SERVICE
- which assures perfect laundering and, In addition, WITH
OIT EXTRA CHARGE.
SEWS ON BUTTONS. DARNS SOX, DOES SMALL
A New Management
now operating under
the old policy of ... .
A Congenial Crowd
Our Specialties are .
Punch for student parties
Join The Gang
Hair. Siii.il. Iin(
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Iiatntim. Pul... i IndiattapAii.. Ina
liarlman, il-' l.im.nn
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M.I..I MUX" WllMi. ka.
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llii.t K H l h.t.nn. Wti
Una anl. Mnh. I inr-tin
ItiiiiM-. Ii.ni. Unrtiin
Mumt-r(.r. I" I . Jan.
Miimi'hi.t, Carl li . Mind."
Ki.li.lrk K.mnoll H. "1'
ki..i.ta.H Tnand.ir .lnr'a
lalnr.1. Armand. t'ld)a. ka
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lt.i Mr. n laio"h ka..
Ild..v. Arthur Santa lii. I'aul.
U.iln. f'l.na. Twumr.h
Martin. Sitr.t. t..litrd. ka.
Iil.t.r rtudtili'h. I.inrnin
mii-vmi. tltisartl W . Omaha
tlnrrll-vn. I . Waaklnaltm. I.
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NMiniin, Nnrna. W'aun.i
N.am.n. I'ari H.. l-nmin
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I'alllni. Wallrr. Or.nt.tvt
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l-.i.tattn, M. HiniiiiMi
Rrlrh.il. Mtilh.il. Julr.hurf. Tain
ttnh.rl. Alan. Omaha
KimlnaiMI, Alvln, H.(nrt1, Kaa.
Sanitahl. AKrad. Uind.n
S..n.r.. H O , Omaha
Shlld.r, ianr. V . An.la. rlll.
Shiri.y. Ittinaid. Vlinl.ura. la.
Smldl. John, Adam..
Snip... Tom. Lincoln
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ThlnllAh. l-.i.r. Mn-tlork
Turk.r, t'lar.nra. Omaha.
WMl.rhofr. Mannw. Al.aandrla
W.irh, Ralph. Nahra.ka c;n.
W.lla. Hun. Unroln
W IImmi. Irad II . Unmln.
Witt, it.rtnan. IJnr.un.
Yat... Ivan. Itamiphan.
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