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THE DAILY NEURASKAN
FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 28, 19112.
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HUSKER B GRIDSTERS
Red Young Plans to Start
Same Backs in Game
Off to a flying: start in its first
game with Kearney Teachers, tho
Nebraska B eleven receives its
second test of the season when it
matches gridiron ability Friday
night with Cotner college at Beth
any field under the lights. The
game will start at 8 o'clock.
Against the Bulldogs, Coach Red
Young plans to start me same
backfield that played for the most
part against Kearney. It included
Ken White at quarterback, Charles
rvinnev. left Hail: BOD t-nnsu
rip-ht half, and Jack Thomas
Line Coach. Dutch Koster ex
nects to use Armstrong and Fowl
er at ends; Uptegrove and Kerl-
akedes, tackles; Don Humeri ana
Glen Justice at guards, and Bill
Although beaten by Hastings 19
to 6 in a game played at Hastings
two weeks ago, the Cotner team
showed plentv of power in drop
ping a close 6 to 0 decision from
Midland last week. Weyand. for
mer Lincoln high player is the
chief scoring threat for the Beth
any team, with the other outstand
ing men including Fowles and
Several former varsity gridders
may be Inserted against Cotner
tonight. In the persons of Ralph
Eldridge, Glenn Jones and Bud
Coach Bible sees the Kansas
' Aggie game tomorrow as the tru
ing point of the 1932 season for
the Huskers. A victory would be
a long stride forward in the race
for the conference title, and at the
same time would leave the team
in a good position for a successful
last half season. But Nebraska
'-must display its best football, be
cause Kansas State is coming to
Lincoln prepared to "shoot the
works." Humiliation growing out
-wa the Oklahoma defeat last Sat
urday has been uppermost in the
Manhattan school's conscience this
week, and it would be delicious
revenga for Bo HcMiliiu's mole
skinners if they could journey
UomewarJ Saturday with a tri
umph over Nebraska's Cornhusk
ers. Only Lewis Brown and his 70
yard gallop to a touchdown in the
last five minutes of play saved
' the Scarlet from defeat last year,
and the Wildcats haven't forgotten
Game Captain Cor win Hulhert
did not participate in Thursday's
practice, as the former Havelock
lineman has contracted a boil on
hia arm. Team Physician Dr. Earl
Deppen lanced the infection, how
ever, and the rangy left tackle
should be able to go at top speed
cy game tune Saturday.
"Tame the Wildcat" is the
slogan with which the Nebraska
niayers are to greet each other
. Friday. Coach D. X. Bible sug-
gested the phrase Thursday after
noon, when he told his men what
they are up against in meeting the
K-Aggies Saturday afternoon.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28
Farmers' Formal Party Student Activities Bldg
Alpha Xi Delta House Party
Alpha Sigma Phi House Party
Sigma Nu House Party
Phi Slama Kaooa House Party
PI Kaooa Alpha House Party
Delta Delta Delta House Party
Phi KaDDa Psi ' House Party
Kappa Kappa Gamma noue rany
Gamma Phi Beta mouse rariy
Sigma Kappa House Kany
Kappa Delta nouac i-.iy
Ainha Delta Theta Mouse rariy
Zeta Tau Aipna nuuK
Delian-Union Hallowe'en Party
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29.
10:00 Parade of Bands.
cr.c.ntatinn Ceremony City Hall.
welcome for Kansas State Team and fans Burlington
Kansas State Parade.
Football Rally Chamber of Commerce.
Raymond Hall Open House.
Morrill Hall Open House.
Alpha Delta Theta luncneon soapier nu.q
unri RnarH Alumnae luncheon Lincoln Hotel
Sigma Nu buffet luncheon Chapter House
Sigma Kappa luncneon - "l,i"t'
12:45 Football Parade.
2;00 FOOTBALL GAM b MeoriiM v. ivansas oiaie.
"""" , Open House
Raymond Hall.. X-.' ii
Morrill Hall '
Pi Reta Phi alumnae tea yn-P.
Alpha Phi, open house
6 30Tau Kappa Epsilon, Goose Dinner Chapter House
Acacia. Banquet Chapter House
Delta Chi, Banquet Chapter House
Farm House. Banquet Chapter House
Delta Upsilon, Banquet Chapter House
Delta Sigma Phi, Banquet Chapter mouse
i ,mhHa r.hi AlDha. Banquet Chapter House
i.l. c;rr,, Phi Ranauet Chanter House
Phi Alpha Delta, Dinner and Smoker Chapter House
Phi Gamma Delta, Dinner and Smoker Chapter House
Phi Mu, Dinner Chapter House
Phi Omeaa Pi. Dinner Chapter House
Delta Zeta, Dinner Chapter House
Theta Phi Alpha, Dinner and Slumber Party Chapter House
7.nnAinha Tau Omeaa. Alumni Banquet Lincoln Hotel
Sinma Nu. Alumni Banquet Hotel Cornhuskerl
8:30 Homecoming Party Coliseum
OF STATE HISTORY
Joe Ihm, professor of Visual Ed
ucation in the Omaha high schools,
is collecting rihotographs concern
ing early Nebraska history from
the State Historical society. These
pictures will be used in the Omaha
Mr. Ihm is a graduate of the
University of Nebraska.
CITY PREPARED FOR HUGE
CELEBRATION FOR AN
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buying of tickets to the game and
prevent the standing in line at the
Promptly at 1 o'clock a new pa
rade will be formed consisting en
tirely of bands which will again
march through the business dis
trict, ending at .the stadium at
about 1:30. Here all the bands will
be massed into one band of about
Come in and play our
Breakfast, Lunch and
700 pieces and will play the na
tional anthem under the baton of
Billy Quick, Nebraska band di
rector. Climaxing the day are banquets
tendered the alumni by the various
sororities and fraternities and the
second annual homecoming dance
to be held in the university coli
seum. This affair, Instituted last
year by the Innocents society,
drew over a thousand persons.
Officers Sponsor Bands.
Among the high school bands
who have indicated that they will
be in attendance are: Humboldt,
Fremont, Cozad, Dwight, Dubois,
Table Rock, , Lincoln High, and
Omaha Tech. A group of student
officers has been assigned by Col
onel Oury to sponsor each one of
these bands during their stay In
Lincoln. These men are: Howard
Shultz. William Crabill, Richard
Carlson, Herman Koch, James
McGeachln, Robert Harmon, Wil
liam Congdon, William Wilson,
and Roscoe Kroger.
NEW V-8 FORD
Now available for rent. All our can
are equipped with heatert. Don't
foraet our specials and the new de
MOTOR OUT CO.
1120 P St. Always Open
Lincoln1 Busy Stor? Comer Eleventh end O Street S. & . Stamps Are Always a Substantial Saving at Cold's!
Relieving Chris Mathis of the
vignal calling role has transformed
the Tecumseh mite into a dynamo
f football energy. Now that
Chris can give his entire attention
to carrying the ball and blocking
for other backs, he has been able
to come thru at a time when he is
needed because of the absence of
I'm going to enter dangerous
vtabcis niiu iijc fjitrujiuuii LiJdL ( DWgje COrpS
Nebraska beats Kansas State. Also j places in the
uuu oulii irnm.i win score, per
haps twice. I hope that I am right
about the Huskers winning.
CITY PREPARED FOR HUGE
CELEBRATION FOR AN
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ring attack with a flashy offensive
through the air.
Watch Graham, Russell.
Linemen have bn doing double
duty in practices this week in
trengthening a defense for Ralph
Graham. 195 pound battering ram
from Manhattan and runnerup in
the nation's scoring honors. Right
be.ifde Graham in brilliance is
young Doug Russell, sophomore
quarterback, wnose speed anl
shiftiness had enough potency to
tally two touchdowns against Pur
due thre weeks so. Kansas
State is the only team this season
to record more than one touch
down against the Boilermakers.
George Sauer's loss will be keen
lv felt in the Aeeie game, but the
Nebraska coaching staff wishes to
give the injury a complete rest in
order that the ex-Lincoln high star
will be in prime condition for the
Pittsburgh game. Steve Hokuf and
Bruce Kilbourne, who have been
bothered with injuries should De in
good shape for the Saturday mix.
stHrtin? the same lineup that
took the field against Kansas last
week. Coach Bible is counting on
sDeed to make up for the Kansans
power. Bernie Masterson, back in
harness after a short layoff, will
onen at ouarter: Chris Mathis, left
half; Lee Pennev, right half, and
Carlyle Staab, fullback. This quar
tet averages 164 pounds.
Kaggies Are Heavier.
John Roby and Steve Hokuf will
be at the ends: Game Capt. Corwin
Hulbert and Gail O Bnen at tacK
les; Clair Bishop and Warren De
bus, guards, and Lawrence i.iy.
center, will compose the Nebraska
Weiarht readings reveal only a
slight margin in favor of the K
Aerie line, McMillin's boys aver
aging 186 pounds""to 184 for the
Cornhusker linemen. Graham,
Russell. Breen and Bushbv out
weigh the Scarlet backs by sixteen
pounds, however, this foursome
weighing in at a flat 180 pound
Probable starting lineups:
Nebraska Kansas State
Roby (17fll !e (ITS I Hasier
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citizens to the polls the day of
He also announced that a na
tional radio program has been i
scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 29 at
6:15 p. m., Lincoln time. Tne
broadcast will come over a nation
wide hookup with the National
Broadcasting company's system of
radio stations. Two noted speak
ers will be heard. Rear Admiral
Richard E. Byrd and Silas H.
Strawn will emphasize the im
portance of all voters going to the
polls on election day.
According to reports from the
city clerk's office a new high regis
tration figure for Lincoln was set
Wednesday when 1,216 new names
and changes were added to the list
By Wednesday night 34,807 name3
were counted, breaking the previ-:
ous record for this city. The goal
has been set for 38,000 voters in
The national goal which has
been set by the United States 1
Junior chamber of commerce is
50,000,000 votes, or an increase of
forty percent over the number of
votes cast in the 1928 national
election. Walker declared.
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POLLS SAYS GAYLE
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