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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1898)
UNIVERSITY OK NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, NOVEMBER J I, 1808.
Pkiok 5 Cknts.
f ESTERN PENNANT 13 NEBRASKA'S
One of the Prettiest Contests Ever Seen in
West Results, 18 to 6 in Favor of Capt.
WEkE ROYALLY RECIEVED AT LAWRENCE
Benedict, Folmer, Erwin and Melford Do Particularly Brilliant
Work. Woodward and Silver Kansas Stars.
A i. i"i !""" ictor.v
iii'ld I !- S;iitinhii.
to admit last year
it. wjis on McCook
Kansas was loath
tlia.t slii' was (t.
Ii her hated rivals from the
I'.ut tliiH time the result was
was sure to sluj,'. ami lie wiih
as Ins rcmitut on. If nnv one
dri-Un. . There eotilil lie no mistake
nml il- Kiiiimiiis. freely admitted that
their t .tin hail been out-plnycd.
It was a splendid runic, however.
Knii"-! contested 'ir,v Ineli if the
"rniiml. and twice it seemed likely that
tin- - 'II- miu-lil lie a tie. I'.nt NebrnK-
ka'- ileleiiM- was like a stone wall
uln-li necessity llellia lllll'll. Twil'C ill I
tin- -.ind half the hall was danger-,
on.-l near Nebraska's jj-ikiI and twice ,
h.iv i he Kansas line held for no piln
till tli Wall went to Nebraska.
Saiuidnv's ictory sounded the
ili-aili-knell of the Pennsylvania style i
of pl.i in the west. Kansas will never
iim- 'he eelnsie guards hack forma-
tioi. .ijruin. It. vvnis hurled a(aiu and
apim urninst i he Nebraska line, but '
tlir niajriiillcent defense arranged by I
Co.nl, Vnst, with Captain Melfird be-j
liiml ili.- line, sliiped it almost every i
tiiin- iiil on the offensive Neoraska's
plan i iijsIiik: eilit' men in the inter-
f r ! . , - winked !.-.! ii t i rull. . I
K.i ii -as' famed captain,' Mossc, did
not -how any remarkable strength. In i
fact w 'ien he carried the ball it wjis
mi-rlv always for a loss, lie struck 1
the line too hifrli ami was piiHiied back '
for .1 loss eiiial to the length "of liis
1hkI His kiekinjr was remarkable ,
onlv uhen it did not count. Twice I
from i In- kick olV lie sent the ball spiu
n'uu i twecn I Ik noul post.. The tirst
tiini i it crowd went wild as it thought
hi- li.i.l -cored five points. His trials
fur : 1 1 from the Held only resulted
in ui ml' Nebraska the ball for a kick
fr.Mn i lie llfteen vard I'.ne.
K.i .!. seemed to feel the los of
Ham who was injured early in the
(.'inn. mil some were prone tu at trill-
nle iii. failure to niiikc ,'iiins through
tin- I ".- to the fact that llimiil did
not ' i tlic ball. However. Tipton
ulm it hitt nhice. nliived his i;i.-ll ion
l i is hanl to i-ec how Ham
hae done better.
.-sii had wveuil bright and
dial's. Captain Melford haudl-ii'-n
admirably, lie found the
ice in the Kansas line cpnckly
etcd his ell'orl aaliiHt them
His own play .too, was bril-
W lien Kansas had the ball lie
Ix'liliul the line and made it
'Ii- aimiusi the guards biieu for-
(lonl)ls it let them look at Colbert and
r.ruc. An or br-Iiijf warned Ihc times
he was Dually ruled out of the pune
by Cmpire .McDonald. Wylie Wood
rulV was in his usual form, lint he feels
bad enough. The N'ebraskan will not
add to his woes as it mifrlit bv simply
and dance him (,'iven in honor or the
team lint j a few of the bows were
i In condition to .shlnc in tlic hail mom.
The da, wan an ideal one and the
1 crowd reached nearly n.Otm. Kverv one
i brought their vmieeK with them! loo.
ami used them lustily. When Kansas
made f-o.-d jmliiH Htcy ehccri'd and
yelled and tooted their horns. Wlien
Ni'hrnwka had the hall they j-nvi- "Hock
chalk, .M.,vhawk. K. '" with all their
tit f s lit. chrasli hud imilv a small
delepiUon of rooter, but the.v hail
aliuudaut np ortuir.ty to use' their
t".nin and veils and they made them
selves heard. The jjnnic wit a splen
ditl one ni.d thorn' ihi miw it will
no I mmiii foiyet It.
The oIlleiaN of the pinie were as
follows, and their work was entirely
satisfaclor.x : H. K. Full., referee;
.1. .McDiumilil. umpire: I'ottery and
The play in detail follows:
Melford kicked olV III yards to ilnm
III who returned It I! yards. Avery
ti ied the 1'ne. but failed and Kchrask'n
held the Hock Chalks for downs, sc
curing the ball on K. C.'s :!." vard
I'liliner and Stringer both failed to
advance the lmll into Kansas territory
I'sc two CNCi'tltilltls Kansas Unit WIhm-I.-ii niaile ii nimi'tei'h.'ii-i.-
herself in showinj,' tlic team Kick for in ards. .Williams secured
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HARVARD DEFEATS PENNSYLVANIA
Newsy letter From the Nebraskan's Correspondent
At Harvard Tells of the Game There
Saturday, Nov. 5.
OTHER EVENTS AT THE EASTERN SCHOOL.
Harvard's Pride in
Roosevelt Professor Dicey' s Lectures and
Gossip in General.
not far amiss to say that there
nut' Ih'.mr that now holds Un
studenus ul ti'iilioii, and that is foot
ball. The bljr fr,,,,,,. ,,r the year,
for CainbriilKc, is a lliiiif-- of the past,
but that docs not mean that it has
ceased to be talked about. Vcs, llar
vaid won from Pennsylvania at last,
and all because the players k,cicd the
hall liili in the air and' over the heads
of her opponents. Harvard's spectacu
lar plays at the very outset da.ed the
crowd, and players as well, and seemed
to eiiMt a spell over the I'cnitHvlwinin
men. The teams play each its own
peculiar Ktnne. but as far as compari
son is ponsiblc it must be sa"d that
I'cnns.v iMinia played better on the
line than her opponents. It was in
punting, though, that Harvard ex
celled, and when Harvard semt the ball
away, up high and toward the tfoal. a
seeiultifrly ea.y lly to catch an return,
rennsylMinia's men invariably fum
bled and failed to return iia.-l
vard swift end runners. Hut that
pime is worn out. Ail Harvar.i s hopes
arc centered for the time belli"- in the
u!h that Vale will defeat Princeton.
Then when the tfinnt.s mcetaat New
Haven and all Harvard It g'oinfr ilowm
-these two fricnds-a-rainst-nic-nt h
ers will contend for championship
with a more contented-wit h-oui-selves
President ICIiot niif-ht walk back
and forth all day throuh the yard ami
not one student lu lifty would dotV his
hat or make a sin.
Thirty-two men from the last ruil
mitliij,' class at Yale are rej,--..Mcrcd in
the llrst ,car class at Harvard l,.iw
I have forgotten of my promise h
speak of HadelilVe, ami then, too, Well
eslcy is so much more inU-rcstinK'. and
only llfteen mile away, .lust iuiaine
how one who has known onl.v the
co-ed. I'liiversity, felt when shown
through Wellcsley's bniut'fui ruiiiids
and buildings and you will appreciate
my silence, a must lilting word to
OHYIU.K II. MAHI l
HI .Mellen, Caiuliride, Nov ember s.
SKNIOH-l'HKSH.MKN r'OOTP.AU .
bast Siiliii'ilnv afternoon the ..eii'i.r-
I I I !.. . j. . H
liar-1 ",r,""il" classes mei in inc iiliai luinr
tlmi I ll"" Wi' "f tlic class leafrne to decide
ine scnooi cnaiupionsliip. Ihc (fame
resulted in a ictory for the l'resh
incn by a score of PJ t4) 0. Notwith
standing: the score tilie freshmen had
t'o play for what they fyot, as tlic sc-
i, --- ....... ....t. ..., .... ,. .-..
niors played hard and .strong until the
time wa.s called. I lie touclulow n
were made during the llrst han, neith
er team scorini- iliiriiiir tin- second half
I 'frln- if 1 dare tc w Harvard I . A ! r ml ''fnnwiHie crowd was
celebrated her victory over Ponnsyl- ' "" "'' '"' "" ;'" "'lis well
v-aniaV I notice the Huston papers do h"1"" " '' .' "'l'",,s- ,"' "I""',' ''
not in.-nfon tl.ts lliii-,1 l..lf of ,,,,. '".iM,(l themselves thoroughly le-
liiiiii. which is i.1.,v..l over in ll,.Htk.. I !"''''" ""' '" ""' "'"' "' "
between the hours of HI i. ,n. and :i a.! '"'-"'"'" p '"" wlnHi was re
nt., and possible the tnulitions o, llu- ',!!',,,,,1 "iV v"' . " "'i'"'' ' . .
collet- rorlilil that Its secrets be friven I l '" 1N.",,V " 0,,,,,,.",.,1' "KJI
to the world. Surely. t,.o..Kli. there ''u"i l(,r. lii. fr.-i-limiMi. I he latter
would I... i... harm Vt-lllmr V,.!,,,,-!,,, '"'''I1' "l,s wIli'lli'V' '"' ! til.- ball
(.APTAIN AM I.HJId).
I. Itcucdict. though, did the
v my of the whole yaiuc. With
f Ncbnwku'x wplend'il lnlr-
l-e would break tnroiiyh tlu-i
! then unaided would slip past '
-as pla,veit in a scciuinyiy 1m-
wii. 'llis to. Ml and CO yn I
ie the marvel of the yanie.
r iilwi played a remarkable
''nijr nest to I'enedict. .Sebras-
- uroiiud yniuer. ICrvvin ami
"in and (illberl all did Mpleudid
In fact there wan not a weak
ii the eleven any where.
i wiih prone to complain bc-
cbnjlwi took out ho inueli
v. vll WoodriilV In his UMiial Kt.v Ie
a- ,'(iiltterH" ami "liable pla.v -
' wind." Coach Yot retorted
was Milislleil as lonir dm the
1'iit 1H to 0. However. Nebraska
1 -I' out coiwtldcrnble more tlnii-
iiisiih but Ihere vviiM rwim for
iner went into the yanic with
" ankle ami wrenched It mi badh
vi'.v iM-yMinlnw of l lie ya me that
i. I M-arcely slanil mi it. In spile
". hiiwever. In- staved in I in- .''"He
In tin il. Wbi'li he (I d trive
!iiul to be catricil olV the Held.
.i- a wonderful exhibition of .'I'M
ii-iiiic as II may hci-iii he played
-ual fiit uanie lu spite the
.in I.,.. ii.. .... ..I n
r.nnni whs iiisii in. in .i
Hi. iii'L'iiiiriii4f of the j"inic but ila,ved
'" "" tid. ebriinUii put lu ill! one
i-iili-iiii.il. Iti.n.ii. In iiti.im ii( SI I'MiLrei'.
wliili- KaiufiM put in four.
I "ie wax JuhI one dark blot on the
""in. Kiiiimiik had one in. in pla.viuy
"'t'lr Inckle who never ouyhl to be al
!'",' d in a foolliall (.'lime. Hi- ""' lh
siniili and Mpenkiiit.' in liiihlesl terms.
;"' is a brule. Scvei.il of the Kansas
""- 'old the writer before the (runic i
s. ' "
students about the jolly fun of break
ing (nit street car windows, si ippiny
the plays at the theaters, kidnapping
che-tniit venders, and but I will n vt
for a "college itiurlesy" exists. At
any rate, ".lack and a IteaiiKtalk," that
is a play, and "Heyij!ilds,"that. is a very
fasli'inialile bar. shall be spared such
cruel publicity: they sulVercd enough
it what is known now us the "C. of P.
There still exists some Mitt rest in
things other than football, though,
and It is presumed that this interest
and seemed to pu.le the seniors who
wen-slow in shipping' him. Im... w'lio
played ,'iiard for the freshmen, was a,
"pudding" and the seniors soon found
it out, making' repeated piliis t li roiirh
his teri'!i(ii',. Ills piayiuy was snine
what (lirly at times which was the
only feature which marred the (raine.
'i'liu heniur jilaycil a tilV yame und
had ini roved wonilcrfiill.v since the
junior pimc. I'.arr, McCcc, Warner
and (irlnilh deserve special mention
SI nick played his usual frame, hitting
the w lor a .'(Kid iln hviiciill, .
lie was niirt in tin- nrsi nan. mi
w in eve ii v 'it ii is inn iimc . .,. , ... , .... ,.
i illbrl...... Juki now. t'liouyh. .,v ! I'1""1' """ 'f """ H'' "'. "" '.-
Is considerable .'round for the b.-IVf l w" "- rollow:
that John Harvard p-tsdowu from his 'niors. Pusitiun. Ireshmen.
chair every niht ami coaches the MHn'i' I. e Ncllsou
tcom while they sleep. Naturally the M ""! '; ' Minuter
keencKi iiiteiesl in taken Mi the cam- lluvvksby ,.l. x ' cut
iMi'in. tn New Yin-li. Itoosevell. liar- (iflllitll e Pascllbioeh
llll NIHHAKA CHAMPIONS IN s( HIAA(il I INI .
ihiVii Mi New Yurk. Hoosevell. Iiir-
ii rd elaiins for her own hero. I'or
did In- not rrailuate Mi "0, enter the
New York assembly in 'si, and now,
though the Madrid papers way lie was
"liorn in llaiirlem, i'iui.'ratcd to .inier
ica. and was educated in a coiumcrc'iil
college," is he not destiui-d to be prcs
iilentV they say. P.cylnniu).' Novein
l.cr Ullli Mr. Hoosevell flvi-H a einii-m-or
lectures Mi the Lowell I nst 'Lute sc
iles. His Kiibject is "The Wewlern
Mnvfiueiil oT the Ani.M'Iciiii People."
s thc-c are popular leclurci, tickets
liiiiiL' riven out U) thoMi- who IM'Mt eall
fur tlieiii. the ticket illslribiitlon bids
lair to be a very lll'teretlMl(r Weill'.
Tin- lecture! of ProfeHor Dicey I
have .ili'i.'idv meulloiied. Ikwldoi
tin se which lie it (fivliitf lu the law
..!..... I In. In ii'tvtn.i' a i-i.iiruii of Ijiivv-
I i II Institute lectures on the Compara
' live Study of (ViiiKtltut'oitM. lu tills
' ihiiim' of' cifrlil lectures he examines
, the I'IIL'IIhIi. r'reiich. I'imikhIiiii and
Swiss couHlltiillons and parliament-
.ii'Ikmi and our v liiiverninent, A Htir
ball and was tack-
1.1 It l.l'I'lBllll. X 1 I I 111 It IU 1.1 III Ul
Iiiii'i the line beiiif tackled by Tuck-
MiniL'ir made but onu viird on
-mil ol the
UlSll. Ml. ) IHI.. H"' ' Hill-in - - ""
...1..1...M ...1 .1..1. 1.1 ...... 1,1 ..111 IW. 1,1.1.1111 tl'tlll
HIKIIK I HI Ml Ml- II- - HI 'IIU I'l.iii ......
iIichc lectures is that af Ihc very lime
thai Profewmir Hieey wan leeltir',n,' on
the r'rruch cdiimIII iition, the l',rencli
i'iildiu-l was I'eclL'llillL',
At Ihc llrsl of Mr. Clunp's lectures
on the Ideal Wointuihooid fiinii Slrikcs-
pearc I lure were Hlxtecti avoiuch pr
true Koiiilicrii hospiialit. Tln-.v tint
Ihc train with a band and a choice as
sortment of yell.. .Scarlet and blue
.. .. ,.t .....11.1. ....... I ... 11 t I 1 . Il4 l.lll II....
,1111. ill i.iiiip-i- in uiiiiiiiniiinii mil I in -' ''" "'f.' i ii. .hi. ..... ..iiu ,1111,1 -r ' , I r I 41 It .llili nil.' ni.ii. i.i ".... I
had not foitrotten Ihc Hcarlet and iici'imiii of Woodward's tackle uli cut tonne man. Al Ihe next leclure
n.i ... ..i. ...i.i.i i . i. .. I i . i . . . t .. .. .1 : .. . . ..i 1 1. 1 ... .. .....
ereaiii. i lie coacu which carried inc
Ncbm-duiiis to ihe hotel was dceorat'd
til, ii Wi.llin t, i Itll ulH'Okl IlMfl II k.D1 , ...til'li1.'l lintl t ll'll
llll lit i'1-l-l- ii lilt wiuii n IH .. ii- ' onmi Mini , '
it iii their decorations and on Mc( nl , l" al. Ileiiediet l.ikiui.' Ihc oval, but In
Held one (.'mil was siipposcii in iii'i'ui'.u-i vv,i. iiimDie ii miiKe inc ncei
id witli il, thoiitrh Ihc colors were sad i
I. faded. In the. cvciiiun a reception' (Continui-I ("i PiiL'f Oj
ii'i-oiiiit or HMiwaiil s tackle wao rllt () run- man. At Hie next leciuri1
,a- ln't.'iiiiiiui.' lo (.''! into the piiue in ihc propni'llon was th!rty-lwo to one,
mud shape. I ;u.il Villi IllilV .'Uess wllV I llll Hot Know
V .. Ill "1 .. I. .1 ll.ill lll!llll 'I flltl. I , I'.ll. .1.. I'.. Ill III llll, lllll'll
de 'i fake trv f"i
Hie nroiiiii ti'.u at Ihe third.
Sixtci a lliousaiid pcpolc
and turn In d their hats Kitnn
(iiiveii H Wolco'M came
I'icld iliinnjr the (,'ailic.
Warner r. a Peek
Kulii r. t Mesamlcr
Sawyer r. e Picrson
llarim.u I. h Cortel.Mm
llarr r. h ( raiulull
Strnek f. 1) oss.
Jl'NIOH C.SS MKKT.
The junior el as held a special iuciI
Mik on Tuesday to connldcr the man
agement of lilie Junior Annual, a pro
test iicaiiMt Mr. NnuYnllu actiiif.' as
bu-'ui-MH iiiniiap'i' IiiivMio' been inade
by snine of the society element.
It was claimed by those who asked
Tor III resignation that he was elect
ed to represent I lie siieictici as one of
the huslucfM lu.iiiacei's of the Annual.
As Mr. YniiYniin has since conucetcd
hluiHcir with a fralrriiil.v , il was. nr
.'ticd that he was not and could imt
be t'lieir representative, and so his re
tirement! form the board was dc
inamleil. Tho clans discussed the matter at
some length. Those who asked for his
ii siyiialiiiii a(lin'tteil Mr. YanYalln'
.il IPiv and failed to nrnv iuce tdi class
that it was the propi'i' thine '" "l,v
Some p.'i'Hiiiial feeling was shown
li,V liiemliers of t'.li't t'n mi - H'li'tV, who
an- the most active in tli iiuititer. The
i other HOcIetleH were ilivnlnl on I he
! ii'i I inn. 1 1 tu it st i i i I i 1 1 (' mil I'or Mr.
;an'alin as thc.v rcencnii ' ' vvoiiih
and think il would lie un in-t to him,
i.i In ha- ilic.idv ilniii n H- li work.
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