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THE DAILY NEHRASKAN
TtJESDAV. NOVUM UllR 1, 1).'12.
DOPE POINTS 10
CUSH FOR TITLE
Oklahoma Must Win From
Mizzou, Iowa State to
Stay in Race.
HUSKERS MEET IOWA U
Nebraska Travels to Hawk
Lair Saturday With
If Oklahoma can get by Frank
Carideo'i steadily Improving Mis
sourl team this Saturday and the
kwa State Cyclones the week fol
lowing, then the stage will be set
for the enactment of a big &i
championship game when the Hus
wr south on Nov. 19 to meet
the Sooners at Norman, Okl.
Away out in front of the field
ri.m to their 6 to 0 victory over the
trnncr Kansas State eleven last
410 If h Cornhuskers lay aside
Big Six competition during the
next fortnight, tackling in order
the University of Nebraska Hawk
eyes at Iowa City and the great
PittSDUrgn ranmera m um.u.
Although not as powerful as in
former years, the Iowa Hawks al
ways display high class football
when they meet up with the Scar
let.""Two years ago, Coach Bible's
gridders journeyed to Iowa City
favored to win but they encount
ered an inspired, vicious type of
play that earned the Iowa school a
12 to 7 triumph. Heavily favored
again last year Nebraska managed
to eke out a 7 to 0 win. So the
Huskers are not planning to waste
any chances against Iowa, regard
less of the fact that they are point
ing for Pitt.
Husker Line Strong.
A Nebraska line that refuses to
buckle under the charges of two
fine, hard running backs in Russell
and Graham, and some aggressive
hull carrvine by Tater Fahrn-
bruch, Bemie Masterson and Hub
Boswell saw the cornnusKers nicer
through a tired Kansas State de
fense for a touchdown with but 2
minutes and 30 seconds to play
last Saturday. It was a thrilling,
bitterly fought battle, featured by
the dazzling runs oi uoug nusseu,
Wildcat quarter and the great play
of the Scarlet forwards, who
-formed the Purnle backs cold
when the sroingr was tough.
Oklahoma without the services
nf Bill Pansze and Dick Simms,
star halfbacks plus the loss of a
veteran in Smith watKins, an ena,
couldn't unleash a consistent of
fensive airainst Oklahoma A. ft M
its traditional rival and went down
to a 7 to 0 defeat Unless Pansze
and Simma recover from their m-
juries this week, the Sooners will
be hard pressed to win from the
Missouri was another to lose to a
school within its state borders, the
Tigers fumbling away a 14 to 6
verdict to Washington U. of St
Louis. Anyway, Mizzou scored its
first touchdown of the season
against the Bears, and greatly out
yarded and outdowned heir oppo
nents. Pitt Beat Irish.
Pittsburgh's startling 12 to 0 de
feat of & great Notre Dame outfit
has reverberated throughout the
sport world, and definitely stamps
Jock Sutherland's boys along with
Colgate as the leading team in the
east and one of the top notchers
in the country. Mike Sebastian, the
lad who was poison to Nebraska
last year at Pittsburgh, inaugura
ted the rout of the Irish with a
beautiful 46-yard run to a touch
down In the fourth quarter, fol
lowed in the same minute by Dai
ley's interception of a pass and
subsequent 25-yard scoring gallop.
The Biblemen are slated to face
the Panthers at Memorial stadium
on Nov. 12.
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Hokuf Living Up to Grid
Steve Hokuf, finishing up his ca
reer as a football player at Ne
braska this fall, has been one of
the best all around performers
who has attended Nebraska in
Not only has Hokuf been versa
tile in his performance in various
sports, including baseball, track
and basketball, but he has proved
his ability to play many positions
Irving Fisher Explains Theory of
Flexible Money to Iowa Graduate
Students as Remedy for Depression
Irving Fisher, economist, cred
ited with inventing the "rubber
dollar" theory of flexible money as
the soundest method of stabilizing
values and credit, told students in
Iowa State's graduate college re
cently that the United States is
most likely to avoid the evil," of in
flation if it follows the example of
Sweden in controlling the money
"The great obstacle to stabiliz
ing the dollar," Mr. Fisher said, "is
that so few people realize that the
dollar is not stable. It took four
centuries for the world to realize
that Copernicus was right when
he said the sun, moon and sfas
don't really rise and set. The .
money illusion is just as hard to
get rid of."
Most Americans still think that
it is the price of wheat, corn, coal
and hogs which has fallen in the
last three years, he explained. Ac
tually, in Mr. Fisher's opinion, the
fact is that the dollar has risen 60
percent in value.
"In the present campaign," he
said, "only one voice, that of Sen
ator William E. Borah, has been
raised against what he calls our
'dishonest dollar.' The farmer who
contracted a debt in 1929 now
owes, in terms of farm Droducts.
more than twice what he thought
he agreed to pay. To do justice be
tween debtor and creditor and to
put American business on its feet
we need first of all to take the
Columbia Professor Compiles Survey
Of High Salaries of College Graduates
NEW YORK. (CNS). It does
pay to go to college
While salaries of executives and
workers alike were taking a nose
dive last year, one 1924 graauate
of the Columbia university school
of business earned $100,000 for the
twelve month period, Prof. James
C. Egbert of the school announced
Of course, there was one grad
whose earnings amounted to only
$360 for the year 1931 but he
had finished only the year before
and, therefore, probably hadn't
quite got his stride.
Professor Egbert's survey of the
last year's earnings of 530 gradu
ates of the school, however, showed
that a group of 103 graduates, who
are now business executives, re
ceived an average of $5,000 each
in 1931. Other interesting facts
which he unearthed include:
The median salary for members
POLICE OFFICER, FRAT
IN SEIZE PROWLER
Hold Sorority Row Vagrant
On $400 Bond, Assault
While patrolling "soicrity row"
Tuesday night about 11 o'clock
Patrolman Hollis Miller discovered
a man loitering m the alley. Be
cause of much petty pilfering ;
which baa been going on in the !
neighborhood for some time, he de- !
cided to investigate the man s busi- !
BMi in that particular place. !
The loiterer, William Churchill.
had other ideas and decided it was
none of the officer's business what
he was doing. The officer's only
recourse, of course, was to take
4HOT PUT, JAVELIN THKOW,
COACH I MO ANt? ,
on the football team. This year he
has been used at end until the
need for his punting took him into
the backfield, and in the K-Aggie
game his punts many times re
lieved the Huskers from the pres
sure which the Agpies were exert
ing down near the Scarlet goal
Whether to coach or to get into
the professional ranks is the prob-
swelling out of our dollar and then
after it has been brought back suf
ficiently toward its old value, to
hold it there forever after.
"The bond buying of the federal
reserve banks last spring tended to
stop deflation. If they had done
this two years ago. they would
have taken the stitch in time that
saves nine. By buying bonds they
can check deflation, and by selling
them they can check inflation.
More Money, Less Value.
"This is because, when they buy
bonds, thev 'put money in ciroula-'
tion, and the more money the less
each unit of money is worth. When
j they sell bonds they draw money
out of circuiation and so make the
dollars scarcer and dearer."
Though the federal reserve sys
tem has been performing ihese
functions for ten years. Mr. Fisher
said, such "open market opera
tions" have sometimes come too
tardily to steer a middle course.
"That is why." he said, "we are
now in the ditch."
Naming Sweden as the best ex
ample of successful stabilization,
the speaker attributed the success
to the policy of the Swedish con
trol bank of controlling the volume
of note issue.
"This has resulted in keeping
the Swedish price level on an even
keel since last December," he con
cluded. "Although Sweden is off of
the gold standard, its money is far
more honest than ours because it
remains constant in value."
of the class of 1917. the fust to be
graduated from the school, was !
$8,000 in 1931. j
For the class of 1924, the aver-!
age was $3,500 which takes into j
consideration the $100,000 earnings
of one graduate mentioned above.
One salesman graduate last year 1
earned $13,800 and an accountant, 1
One 1919 graduate, an execu- '
tive, earned $32,500. i
And even members of the class
of 1930 averaged $1,714. despite
the low salary of $360 received by
one of their number
All of which information will be
filed away for future reference,
along with Librarian Walter Haus
dorfer's collection of "depression
panacea" literature. Some 100
pamphlets of the latter mostly
opinions on what to do about the
the man to the police station for
questioning. The stranger, how
ever, decided to resist and knocked
the officer down.
About that time five or six
members of a nearby fraternity
appeared on the scene and at the
officer's request helped him escort
the man to the nearest police box
where a call was put in for the
"wagon."' and th man taken to
Wednesday miming the man I
was arraigned in court and pleaded 1
not guilty, being released on $4'A
bond. Two charges were plated '
against him. resisting an officer
and assault and batterv.
The trial will he held Nov. 4.
' Mary's, another western
Catnoli.: school, saw Loyola's scar-
let 8atin pants and raised the
&nte appeared in red, white and
Nebraska gridders have choice i
of one orange or pint of cjilk after
every prartice session restores ,
vitality until dinner time.
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Courtesy of Thf Journal.
lem which Hokuf has not yet de
culed. As a coach he has had some
experience, taking the A. rA. A.
basketball team thru to a district
championship at Sioux City last
Hokuf is a member of the Inno
cents society, into which thirteen
representative juniors arc admit
ted evcrv year.
FOR HAWKER GAME
No time was lost Monday after
noon by Husker coaches as they
sent their charges thru a lively
dumniy scrimmage against a frosh
lineup in the first practice for the
Iowa U. game Saturday at Iowa
Coach Bible's announcement
Monday that Tater Fahrnbruch
and Hub Boswell would be used in
the backfield Saturday along with
Game Captain Chris Mathis and
Bernie Masterson, found this quar
tet working together during the
session. New plays designed for
use against Iowa were studied.
"I wish to make this definitely
understood," asserted Coach Bible,
Mondny. "Goui gc Sauer will not be
used in the Iowa game because ot
his injury. Tater Fahrnbruch will
be in Sailer's fullback position and
will buck up the line."
Schleuter May Start.
Ulysses Schleuter, who played a
powerful game at Corwin Hubert's
left tackle post against Kansas
State, is a tentative nominee to
start at the same position in the
Hawkeye tilt. Hulbert was not in
suit Monday, but is expected out
Lee Penney, who has been fill
ing in at fullback in the last two
games against Kansas and Kansas
State has returned to his left end
position and will probably start
against the Hawk3. The same line
that opened Saturday's game with
the Manhattan team is slated to
get the nod this week with Bishop
and Debus at guards; Fly center;
O'Brien, right tackle and Hokuf',
The Husker squad appeared in
fine trim during Monday's work
out, no injuries bobbing up among
the players. The linemen who re
ceived a gruelling battle from Mc
Millin's forwards came out of the
melee in especially good shape.
Frosh Use iowa Plays.
Frosh gridsters will acquaint the
varsity with Coach Ossie's Solem
type of play this week, the heavy
drill being on tap for Wednesday.
The Iowans fccouted by F.d Weir
in the Indiana and Minnesota
games features outstanding backs
in Teyro and Moffitt, with Capt.
Marcus Magnussen, center and Leo
Samuelson, right tackle as the big
fc-.ins of the line.
Coach Solem has been bringing
his team along gradually this sea
son, his first at Iowa City, but the
Cornhuskers have had their les
son in taking the Iowa eleven
lightly, remembering a 12 to 7 de
feat in 1930 when Nebraska was
heavily favored. Nebraska won last
year at Lincoln by a slim 7 to 0
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Semi-Finals; Shafer and
With the two semi-finalists in
the lower bracket ready to go upon
the arrival of favorable weather
conditions, and all the Hecond
round matches finished in the up
per bracket the all university ten
nis tourney which has been in
progress for three weeks should
soon be terminated. Bob Harrison
and Julius Willson are the semi
finalists in the lower group, Harri
son having set back Bob Rait (6-1,
6-2), and Willson winning from
The quarter finalists in the up
per bracket are Shafer, who wal
loped McKerney, 6-0, 6-0, Went
worth Fling, who beat Thompson,
6-1, 6-0, Bloom who trimmed
Strawn, 1-6, 6-3, 7-5, and Tom
Carroll, who won out over Letter
by forfeit. Shafer and Fling, two
of the favorites to cop the bunting,
are to meet while Bloom runs up
against Carroll in the quarter
finals. The first round was hardly what
one could term a roaring miecess,
with three byes and six forfeits re
corded. In the upper bracket of
eight mixes McKerney neatly
trimmed Westover by a 6-1, 6-4
tally but Thompson and Yar
brough made a real day of It with
Thompson eking out a 13-11, 13-11
victory. Wentworth Fling chaiked
up an easy win over Alex Stoddard
running up a 6-0, 6-1 score. The
remainder of the matches were
forfeits, Shafer winning from Mar
vin, Bloom from Stauss, Lester
from Johnson, and Carroll from
Haegen, the latter being ineligible
to play because he is a varsity ten
nis letterman. Strawn advanced to
the second tier by dint of a bye.
In the second round proceedings
of the lower bracket Rait gained a
decision from Clare Wolf by for
feit, Wolf having drawn a byj in
the first go. and Rait trimming
Pierce, 6-1, 6-1. Harrison, having
trimmed Winquist, 6-1, 6-4, con
tinued by upsetting Hugo Dean, 6
4, 6-3. Willson won from Miller by
default in the first round, then
proceeded to dispose of Fisher, and
now by virtue of his win over
Cruise is opposing Harrison in the
semifinals. Cruise had drawn a bye
in the first round, and then beat
Clark, who had edged out over
Schneider, 6-4, 9-7.
University Free Throw
Tourney Starts Tuesday
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
tho nn.univprsitv free throw con
test is scheduled to get under way.
All male students oi tne univcrsicy
are plifihle to enter excent those
who have lettered in basketball.
In the first round this afternoon
all entries are to appear with each
pnnt estnnt tftkinc twentv-five tries
those caging fifteen or more quali
fying tor tne secona rouna.
Tu-entv-flve additional shots will
be taken by the men in the second
round and those ten having the
best record for the. fifty reach the
finals. These ten take fifty more
flips and the best record compiled
for the 100 tosses merits the gold
medal indicative of the champion,
for second place a silver medal is
given, while a bronze medal goes
to the third place winner.
for mm IRISH
Twenty Thousand Tickets
Sold for Notre Dame
Lawrence, Kas. The University
of Kansas football team tested it
self against the Notre Dame sys
tem in a game against the St.
Louis university Friday night, and
scored the touchdown that won the
game. This week the Jayhawkers
are drilling diligently in prepara
tion with a contest here next Sat
urday with the Notre Dame team
The Notre Dame record this sea
son, as it has been for many re
cent years, is not encouraging to
the Jayhawk bird, who vaguely re
members a football game of long
ago 1904, to be exact, when Kan
sas defeated a Notre Dame team
24 to 5.
Because of the interest in the
Notre Dame game, more than
20,000 tickets have already been
sold for the Saturday game here,
and parties are coming from
neighboring states to see the Irish
team in action. In spite of this
large advance sale, there are still
nearly 20.000 good seats available
in the Kansas Memorial stadium.
In order to get the people to
come to the game early Saturday
afternoon, to avoid the fMistomary
jam, rush, and confusion which
attends the big football games,
Fred Kllsworth, alumni secretary,
said, "We are going to offer en
tertainment starting at 12:30
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which will draw the crowds and
make it worth their while to come
early." The University band, the
Lawrence American Legion drum
and bugle corps and the Lawrence
high school band will bo at the
game to provido music.
Coach LIndsey renorted that the
team would be in first cIhhs shapa
for the game Saturday unless in
juries are sustained in practice
iiuniiK mo weeK. ormand Bcacn
star fullback, who was" injured In
the opening game with Denver
university, will probably bo nuffl
clently recovered to nlav most of
the game, Coach Ltnd.sey said.
In order to help tho traffic situa
tion, tho Kansas Highway commis
sion has informed the authorities
that it will provide natrols for all
of the main highways leading to
Lawrence before and after the
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