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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1894)
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0. R. OAKLEY. O. N. Holcom, Cutter,
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Student put ronngo solicited. Agency tor the Ilest
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HOW IT WAS DONEl
Cotiliuurd from 1st page.
Crawford kicks an easy goal.
These wore the only points scored
m the game.
Ottawa's kick-oir goes into
touch, and is brought back to Ne
braska's 25-yard line. Crawford
punts out of bounds, j jind Thorp by
a pretty sprint, falls' on the ball at
the feet of a g?oup of Ottawa's
"co-eds." Tho ball, however,
soon goes to Ottawa on downs.
Bedell then makes a pretty run of
25 yards around our right end,
Potter crets two vards around our
loft, and Taylor loses one yard
around tho same end, after which
time was called. Ottawa claims
that just before time was called,
Dern fouled Potter, but it was not
The second half started olf by a
punt by Ottawa for 30 yards,
which was caught by Oury; then
Flippin bucked live yards; Oury
made six around the right end and
Thorp was downed six yards back
of the line on the cris-cross and
soon after the Ottawas got the ball
on downs, but they were forced to
punt after two trials. Thorp fell
on the ball; then Taylor made the
only foul of the game by hugging
Whipple out in plain sight when
he did not have the ball. This lit
tle demonstration of friendship on
Tavlor's part cost Ottawa live
yards. Yont went around the left
end live yards, and then the ball
went to Ottawa on downs. Taylor
makes three bucks of live yards
each, and then Utz is downed five
yards back of the Ottawa line.
Ottawa wits force I to punt. Flip
pin and Yont carry the hall eleven
yards and then the ball is given
to Ottawa on a forward pass by
Crawford. Nebraska gets the ball
on downs and carries it thirty
even yards towards Ottawa's
goal in nine plays, when it is given
to Ottawa on downs. From this
time on the ball was kept in the
center of the field, and at no time
did one team seem to have much
advantage of the other. The best
work for Nebraska was done by
Flinnin. Crawford and Oury.
Whipple and Jones showed up
good form, and Thorp played
4 4 '
At one time Thorp was literally
picked up and carried six yards
by Toomey. For Ottawa, Ugly
Taylor, Toomey and Kiddell did
the best work.
There is no doubt about the fact
that our strength lay in our excel
lent team work. The end runs
could not be bait. Every blocker
wns in his place at every play, and
almost every time a buck was made
there was a hole for the runner.
C. A. Elliot.
,i. D. Rockefeller has given Chi
cago University $3,000,000.
Wisconsin rubbed it into IJeloit
to the tune of 4ti to 0 at the late
foot ball game.
The Princeton Tigers went to
pieces before the University of
Pennsylvania Saturday. Score 12
The recent game between Iowa
State University and Grinnell
ended in a general row. The game
was declared ( to 0 in favor of the
fowa State University, as Grinnell
refused to abide by the decision of
the referee. r?
It costs 1,000,000 a year to run
Harvard University. Ex.
Oxford University is tho largest
in the world, embracing 21 colleges
and 5 halls. It has an income of
0,000,000 and has 12.000 students.
At Lcland Stanford the faculty
have organized among themselves
a base ball nine which has defeated
every team the students have
Tho University of Paris has
7,000 students, and in this, as well
in in other universities of France,
there are no classes, no athletics,
no commencement day, no college
periodicals, no glee clubs, and no
Without him (Flippin) Nebras
ka's eleven players would be but
children. He was everywhere.
Ho played across the field like a
smoking llame. lie plunged and
he tackled, he bunted and ho
grunted, and once when the ball
was Nebraska's (in the late Missouri-Nebraska
game) on three
downs, he removed his comical pagoda-like
cap and let out his pent
up emotions in a wild halloo of sat
isfied delight. Kansas City Times.
The half back seized the ball and
darting roun I the left end made a
superb rush down the field. It was
a forty-five yard gain, and the
crowd went wild. But when the
cheers of applause had subsided it
was apparent that the ball had not
been "in play."
"Oh, dear! what does behave to
bring the ball way back for?"
asked Kitty, despairingly.
"I'm sure I don't know," re
plied Keggy Westend, "unless the
beggah got an encore!" Ex.
A not, uniaid,
Tho sun above;
Two sots wore played
Result: two love.
Again wo played
This time sho won.
I won tho maid
Result: two ono.
The Collegian's Letter.
I'm sure that you'll bo pleased
To learn that I have won
Tho singles in lawn tenuis
In tho tournament just done;
I'm trying for tho foot ball team,
(It's going to bo a pinch!)
If only I were heavier
I'm Htiro I'd hsvo a cinch.
Wo practice pretty much all day.
(You noticed, I suppose,
In tho papers how, a week ago,
I got a broken nose?j
You mustn't notico such reports,
For half tho time what's stated
Is printed for effect, you know,
And much exaggerated.
My nose wasn't badly broken,
Twas really but a crack;
And though it's somewhat crooked
Doctor says 'twill straighten back
I'm going to try for Varsity
Next spring in baso ball, too;
And if I And I've got a chance,
111 try to make tho crow.
You say you fear athletics
May intorforo with Greek?
O, not at all! Wo took
Examinations all last week.
I parse and scan quito easily
(Tho latter as you know,
Is reading Caesar's odes at sight,
And parts of Cicero.)
It's timo for foot ball practice,
So I will have to run.
Please send a check next time
Next) York Sun.
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