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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1930)
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TIIK I) MI Y M MIUSKAN
FROSH OFF FOR
With Freshmen Showing
Fight in Drill Coach
TWO ELEVENS LINED UP
Squrd Has Good Physicial
Condition With But
S(H ( Kit SCOIILS
Tha Dent won from (h
Teachers, by forte. I.
ftlgma Alpha Epulon wen
frori Alpha Sigma Phi by a
Tau Kappa Epulon vnon aver
Kappa 6gma by a forfeit.
With prospect. hiiplit lur
featlnc OV.Inlmmn froah fat
unlay, tvnrh V. II. Hrowne put
hla ;harr through an extensive
drill Umi'rlay msht. The fresh
men showed plenty of flRht and
spirit ant from the looks of thlngi
Olilnhi din will it least find a
fiphtl'i.T Iwnrh of Nrhrnskans op
posing I hem.
Conch r.rownc has two full
teams to throw Into the frnv.
Cnire Kllhourne. a Lincoln high
product, and Iteucl Koaawtck of
Grand Island are likely starters Ht
rocs to the
"tlicro must be a reason" 1
Imitation may he sincere, flat
tery but. don't b deceived
There la only one licensed
at 1412'4 O St. Opon for busi
ness 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. every
day but Sunday.
the end nlCioui'h l.iowne. nmv
deild" to atait Kllloll and Wol
O'Drien, Schnillt at Tackle.
At tho tackle poaltloiia the
likely muter are Uale O Itrien.
2i!.'i pmin.ler from Omaha Mouth,
and Harold Kihmitt, former Lin
coln luyh captain. ScoKCan of
8rtt-ilili:lf. t'lark ami I'plejtrnvt
i will iiiidoiihtedly aee servli e at tho
tni kli puKitiona, !l f.
I'lmr Cixhnp, also of Lincoln
high, and llolmberk of llratrlre
have the gunrd positions pretty
well in hand and are almost cer
tain In Marl against the Sooner.
At center Own Pioune will
prohnhly Mart Jonea of Omn'ut
Toih. lie then has In reserve
Pr'ntcpimrd of Lincoln and Most
man ot Kails City.
Backfield Hat, Power.
The prolmWe atnrt inic back field
will include Henry Mnuer. tleorse
Snuer. and llrrnie Mnstrrson.
of Lincoln lilh. Puurr will atart
at qiinrtoilvuk. Saner at full, ar.o
Mattel son at half. Hubert Ho
well of Kavenna or Wayne Nor
wood of York will pet the call for
the othe.- half assignment. Other
backs who will probably Ret Into
the game are yucntin Minuk,
Hounty, Wade Traylor. and John
The squad la in good physical
shape with the exception of Ken
White, capable ball lugger, and
Fred Murray, Omaha lech star.
White is definitely out with a had
ankle ami prospect a are dim for
Murray getting: into the game. In
eligibility hti hit the ranks to
some extent but has not taken any
of the possible starters.
The officials for the game are
as follows: Capt. M. V. Mortier,
Fort Leavenworth, referee: It. C.
Husscll, Nebraska, umpire; Ernie.
Adams. Omaha university, head
linesman; and H. H. Johnston,
Doanc, field judge.
Have You Tried the
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ar - .
Aces" All Eleven
"Sensational, sweet, syn
ropatin' . . . tricky, toony,
twangy tempo teasers"
direct from notable east
in the beautiful
at The Fontenelle
Sat.. Oct. 18th
Ralph Bennett' Pre
miere Frl., Oct. 24th
A Ralph Bennett Col
Sat.. Oct. 251h
Harveit Festival Sup
Frl., Oct. 3Ut
Sat., Nov. 1st
Tue., Nov. 4th
Jr. Leaoue Horse Show
Drive Down and
XF.LL, the Huskcrs are off for
Amos and their second confer
ence clash of the season. Will they
win ? This is a question which only
time can decide.
The bi question is this: What
sort of a reception will they be
Riven if they come back with the
game won, lost or tied?
If they come back with a victory
the school will settle back com
placently and take victory as a
matter of course. Iowa State has
bowed so often to Nebraska that
people over the state are beginning
to take it as a settled fact that Ne
braska will wallop Ames.
If the game is lost or tied the
wolves will be out again. They will
gather in packs and snap at the
heels of Coach BiM rnd his team.
AIN'T human na i-e grand? It's
just another ca of the old
army game "passing the buck."
If the team wins they receive the
credit. If the team loses everybody
within gunshot gets out his little
revolver and goes gunning for the
As soon as a coach around Ne
braska loses a game he is sunk
alumni all over the state yell for
his removal and a search is then
started for a new coach.
Ernie Bearg was a good coach,
and turned in plenty of victories
for Nebraska. Yet, when he lost a
game, the wolves got loose again
and yapped until he went to Wabash.
NE alumnas, who was one of
tho rteKt ends ever to TJlav
at Nebraska, expressed himself aa
believing that it was Impossible to
keep a good coach at Nebraska.
"They don t consider nis maiermi
nr orn-thincr else." he said. "All
they want is games won and he
lin lu urim-i w. - ' )
Let's hope the yappers will shut (
their mouths and give Bible a j
chance to really develop some-
thing. Confronted with material j
which does not measure up to the
standards of former Nebraska
teams, Bible has done his work
Other schools in the Eig Six
turn out football teams. Nebraska
doesn't have any monopoly on the
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Eight Answer First Call;
Coach Vogclcr Asks
For More Men.
Freshman awlmiiunn piacllre
M begun Wednesday evrninu at
th V. M. C. A. p'xil with right
men anawertnji Conch Itudy Voic
rlera Initial call. Warier la ur
Inir mora freshmen to com out
for practU and lne to havr
twenty-live men out within the
next few dava. All fieidimen in-
tcreated In awimmmK ate urged to
report to hint at the . M. C. A.
Practice acsMon are held rvrry
afternoon of the week, gn Monday.
from 4:30 to ft 30; Tuei .y. from
5:1ft to 5:4ft; Wednesday, from
4:1ft to 5:1ft; Thursday from 5:30
to S:00; and on Friday fiom 4 to 6.
The eight men who responded to
Vogeler'a first call were Asher,
Katon, Void, Fastrrday. Carle,
llnbicht, LamMlh. and Parnes.
The men were put through simple
conditioning enercisea and spent
but a short time In the water.
Two Mteta Scheduled.
Tha freshman swimming pro
gram will Include two numeral
meets, these to V held Nov. 17
and Nov. 28. The events for the
meets will Include the 0 yard free
style; 100 yard free atyle; 220
yard free style; 440 yard free
style; 150 yard back stroke: 200
yard breast stroke, and fancy
Coach Vogeler also announced
that an all-university swimming
meet will be held Dee. 5. This
tournament will be open to all
men In the univeraity with the ex
ception of varsity swimming let
tcrmen. The same events that are
In the frosh meets will comprise
the program. Vogeler urges all
men who intend to come out for
varsity swimming and who have
not been out before, to start now
and get Into condition for the all
R. 0. T. 0. ISSUES
PLANS TOR YEAR
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Company L Capt. Kenneth
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Company M - Capt Roehard
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133 No. 14th
Playing at the
in the -
Saturday, Oct. 18
A clever band with an
addition of some of Lin
coln's most popular play
ers. Come ami Hear Them
THE OPENING OF THE
NEW SILVER BALLROOM
Friday, Oct. 17th will usher in the fall and winter dance season.
Leo J. Beck and his "Orchestra are to raise the curtain" on Lincoln's
new party house, The NEW SILVER BALL ROOM IN THE LIN
DELL HOTEL. At a cost of $2,500. the old party house was
completely renovated and remodeled. The result is an ULTRA
MODERN. UP TO DATE, BEAUTIFUL dance hall, in which you
will have that "glad to be there" feeling. The color scheme and the
lighting effects make the whole ballroom appear like the beaming of
"old man Moon."
A Marvelous Place to Dance!
Fall and winter will see hundreds of music and dance-loving students
flocking to the new SILVER BALLROOM. It is a really high-class,
enjoyable spot to enjoy a perfect evening.
Come to the Opening Friday and Hear These Star Kntertainers.
POTTS CHAMBERS EVERETT BECKMAN
FREDDIE EBENER and BERNIE WALLEN
Featuring "Nine Miles Out of Town"
Dance Saturday to "Red Krause" and His Band.
uhrre vou ran find
the nruest, smartest
ii ramble, that ever in
tripiirrf the hiart of a
Fmart model In thla e
on'a atyles with muahroera
mllars of wolf, badger and
heaver. Very 'penally
priced only a amall Mi
jtroup remaining.... 53"
Flecked and novelty v.eaves
In campus modes notched
collan. belts and aeml-fttted
Brown and black tones9A5
Travel crepes and canton
crepes In campus, street and
afternoon styles. Boleros,
tunics. JackeU and Individ
ual notes. 4f ayg
Regularly 15.00.. JJ.)?
New eyelet dre?ses, novelty
silks, metal embroidered
frocks, canton crepes, Jersey
Jumpers, wool crepes, and
featherweight woolens In
youthful editions Cf C
Three piece knitted suits
one of the most favored
fashions of the season. A
variety of colors in a va
Ahme mentioned wear
ables come in sizes 11,
13, 15 and 17.
at The Misses" Shop
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Stage Show Featuring Marjorie Whitney
PRICE: LADIES 35c. MEN 50c.
SAT. OCT 18
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