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THE DAILY 1NEBRASKAN
TUESDAY, DECEMBER ). 1930.
M&clay,: Fisher Probable
Choices for First
lz-r v iString Again.
TEAMS NOT YET PICKED
Five" Football Men Report;
-Hokuf, .Veteran Guard,
Back in Suit.
; y Ml) RUN SPENCER.
..No .'that "football with all of
its glamor. is being pushed into the
background, Coach Charley Black
awl . ; squad of approximately
twtaty-fiye men are settling down
to.'aefloua practice In preparation
fot.1HS. .opening of the basketball
season, only a short way off.
: At the present time, no definite
selections have been made, and
several men are fighting it out for
the". Individual positions. No first
or second team has been picked,
' ytva football men bave reported
for practice. These five include
Hokuf,: . Stans berry, McPherson,
Koeter and Ourkee. Hokuf is a
veteran guard, and will undoubt
edly will re in uie running ior
that position again this year.
V"iv. Two Teams Used.
Two teams have been used
fairly .consistently in early prac
tice scrimmages. The first one of
thtsa i composed of Fisher and
Davey, forwards; Maclay, center:
Cox and Stip- ky, guards. Several
men bawa been alternated at the
different positions on the second
team. They Include Phipps. Whit
mjta .aid pavidson, forwards;
Cockltaj .ted lckey, center; Mor
ley, iaaueb, and Bassett, guards.
HMlay, .Fisher and Hokuf are
&q men who will be the main
spriag of the Cornhusker offense
and j?efensa this year, although
with the . material available, these
men WiH have a job on their hands
to hold their position on the team.
-Coach, .Harold Browne and his
freshmen have also settled down
to" hard work, and will he ready
for acrtramagea with the varsity
bef cm fcvjr
Ksppa Sigma 33, Phi Kappa
Alpha Tau Omega 15, Delta
Sigma Phi 10.
Alpha Sigma Phi 15. Delta
Delta Upsllon 25, Sigma
Alpha Gamma Rho 27, Tau
Kappa Epsilon 20.
Delta Tau Delta 26, Zeta Beta
Phi Kappa Phi 20, Farm
Sigma Alpha Mu 7, Theta
Acacia 19, Pi Kappa Alpha 5.
Delta Sigma Lambda 19,
Theta Chi 9.
Sigma Phi Epsilon won from
Lambda Chi Alpha by a forfeit.
the way football players should be
"There were about seventy on
the Creighton apprentice roster.
There are more likely looking
young men in this number than
the three hundred at Nebraska
But only one or two of them came
from Nebraska tAT ir sppms
that something has happened to
the famous Corn.iusker breed.
Big Six feci envious of this record.
In thtf last two seasons the Cy
clones have set up a mark of six
tern straight losses. It is doubtful
if this record will be broken for
some time and the Cyclones have
a chance to increase, the number
of games lost.
Last Saturday trey took their
sixteenth sttaigf.t lidting. Rico In
stitute of Texas administering the
The Cyclones, rated as on? of the
strong teams of the conference at
the start or ihe oeason. were handi
capped by injuries and tough lurk.
They just couldn't seem to get the
few'necessary points to turn defeat
into victory. Against Nebraska,
they played brilliautly in the sec
ond half but missing the two try
for prints after touchdown proved
to be the blow that killed father.
PORTRAIT OF CHANCELLOR
The only Nebraska m;ui ever to
have his poi trait done as official
recognition by the American Asso
ciation of Animal Production for
outstanding work in the field of
animal husbandry was the honor
recently accorded Chancellor E. A.
Burnett at a dinner held in his
honor in the club rooms of the
Saddle and Cirloln club of Chi
cago. The portrait was done' by
Robert Grafton of Chicago and
was unveiled at tho dinner held
Only ten men have been conced
ed this honor previous to this time,
and Chancellor Burnett's portrait
will be placed with these in the
art gallery of the Saddle and Sir
It is the annual practice of the
American Association of Animal
.Production to confer this honor
upon the man who has most dis
tinguished himself in this field.
Heretofore, the honored men were
from Minnesota and Illinois, but
Chancellor Burnett is the first man
to be so honored from Nebraska.
Dean Fred W. Upson of the
graduate college represented the
University of Nebraska at the thir
tieth snnlversary celebration 'Jit
the founding of the University f
Iowa graduate school which was
held at Jowa City last Friday and
LET THESE GIRLS HELP YOU!
FREDERICK WARE In Ma "sport
log dtima make the asser
tion" that 2febraafca is not producing-
the football material they did
yean ago end firi fs the reason
that . V ebnjfo&'a record has not
bean to bright.
Trt come to believe," Mr. Ware
aaya, that the annual whoop about
Nebraska' incomparable material
has beeozna something of a legend.
Nebraska got Qt&t kind of material
is tha W days.
"But pat in recent years. The
kids who hava matriculated down
there the past two or three sea
son with not very many excep
tions couMst have made tb scrub
tem is ISM. It isn't tbe kids'
farft.-55M. gfcaphj Kraft built
IF THE statements made by Mr
Ware have any truth in them,
there is really something wrong at
Nebraska and the showing the
past year may have some reason
behind it all. What Nebraska
would seem to need is more Weirs.
Chamberlains, Lewellens and so on.
And it is quite disheartening to
notice that first Wesley Glasgow
and then Reb Russell left Nebraska
to become All Americans while at
tending other schools.
Y1TH the state high school bas
ketball tournament trans
ferred to Hastings, there is a
strong probability that material at
Nebraska will suffer a further
drop. In past years, the men play
ing in this tournament were enter
tained and given a chance to see
what the University of Nebraska
was really like. They were im
pressed with college life and many
of them decided to come to Ne
braska as a result of the impres
sions they received.
But this chance will no longer
come to the Cornhuskers. The
basketball teams will journey to
Hastings and be entertained by
that city while the students of
Hastings college attempt to infuse
them with the spirit of the college
located in that city. There is a
strong possibility that many desir
able men will ae'eide to go to Hast
ings for their higher education and
thus be lost to Nebraska.
TUDENTS of high school age
are impressionable and it is
while they are in their senior year
that they are most easily influ
enced to decide upon the college
they will attend. A few well
spoken words, coupled with a good
time, will influence many of them
in their decision.
There can be little doubt that
Hastings will make every attempt
triv thp visitinE' teams a royal
reception and entertainment while
trie tournament is in progress, oui
this only strengthens our point a
lot of eood boys will be lost to
Lincoln will proDaoiy De gieu a
Mnnni triima.mnt but the cream
of the high school teams wiil not
compete in it. me reai cias ui
the state is in the final tourna
ment and it is these men that the
University of Nebraska needs.
TOW A STATE his set up a unique
4 wmA. though it is very doubt
ful if any other members of the
Semifinals Eliminate Pi
A's and Delta Sigs in
As a result of the semifinals
played last night at the Y. M. C.
A. pool, the members of the Beta
Theta Pi water polo team will bat
tle the Tau Kappa Epsilon aquitar
ians for the intramural champion
ship, on next Wednesday eve
ning. The upset of the evening oc
curred when the Tekes dethroned
last year's champions, the Pi
Kappa Alphas in a hard fought
battle by a score of 2-1. The score
board showed 1-1 at the half, and
it was not until the last minute of
play that the Tekes produced the
winning point, which decided who
would enter the finals bracket.
The game between the Betas
and the Delta Sigs was also a
close fight, the Betas coming up
from the short end of a 7-0 score
at the half, by producing two suc
cessive touch goals in the second
period, making a final score of
10-9, thus deciding the other final
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The cast was as follows: Baria-
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Benjamin. Iowa 6
Milhgan, Pittsburgh 4
Armstrong. Mo.; S m o o t.
Kas.j and Dolly, Iowa ... 2
McCall, Kansas 4
Ely, lowa 3 1
Worthington, Montana St. . 3
Nigro, Kansas Aggies ..... 1
Warren, Oklahoma ........ 1
Krir. lowa ........ 1
Beach, Kansas 6
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hi ti only aaaaimouE
elet jOf ti tKwition, m chosen
W Smft ptrdher or toe r-e-iswdeft
ioflfhall aquad, when they
fiOuA to All -opponent" team.
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Hielrwwta, Iowa U. ta who
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worry wt at Iowa Qty, received
Uiirteea votes, out of fifteen.
Baker, captain of tha Pittsburgh
team aiao received thirteen votes.
Mlila tha fourth member of the
backiiald, raceived ten votes. The
only other bacltfteld man to re
ceive any amount of votes was
Beach of Kansas, who caused the
Cornhuskers a great deal of grief
by his wonderful defensive work
in backing up the -Uae.
Stationed at tha end poets are
CroaXlta of Kansas Aggies and
Campbell, Missouri. Cronkite was
the "man "who caught a pass and
ran fifty atac yards to the goal line
to actor tha winning touchdown
against Nebraska Thanksgiving.
Campbell is remembered as the
puotar wbcM long kicks with his
left foe-were so effective against
Nebraska, that Missouri was able
to bold the Huskers to a scoreless
ti..Tiacy f Texas Aggies was
considered by many as one of the
bestr; end that Nebraska has
Thefrwer only four tackles
named by tha aquad on their all
oppottfita team. They were Foy,
Kansas,' TuUy, Pittsburgh, Benja
ntar lowantad Z3y, Iowa. The first
Mr wrre selected for the first
team because of their outstanding
work agaitst Nebraska, altho
masr -eonsldered the second team
selection, a good as the first team.
Ahd th Guards.
yprrff' cf Missouri and Lee of
Oklahoma were chosen as the first
team guards. These two men
played havoc with many of the
Nebraska plays that were sect at
them. Milligan of Pittsburgh and
McCall of Kansas are two guards
who could play on any team.
During the season Nebraska
played against some wonderful
centers. But, of the lot, Daugherty
of Pittsburgh was chosen as the
outstanding man because of nis
wonderful playing aga-hint Ne
braska when they battled the
Panthers to a scoreless tie. Other
outstanding centers wfre Arm
strong of Missouri, Smoot of Kan
sas, and Dolly of Iowa.
All of these men that were
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together for a period of time
would be able to make it tough
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