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stops. Bowlby takes the ball around our
right for twenty-five yards, Benedict failing
to tackle him. They soon lose the ball and
Cook takes it back that twenty-five. Then it
starts for goal and it doesn't leave our hands
until it gets there. Packard is pushed for a
yard over the line and Shedd kicks a goal as
Another kick-oif of forty yards and Packard
carries it right back and a little more too.
We make several good gains and Benedict
goes around the end for twenty-live yards.
We lose the ball on Doane's ten-yard line and
Swain starts it out. Benedict troubles him
and Uobbins and Dungan push him over the
line for a safety. Fourteen to nothing.
Doaue starts out on the twenty-five yard
line. The ball belongs first to one side and
tlien the other and Benedict finally makes a
brilliant run and puts it behind the posts.
Shedd does the proper thing and it is twenty
Doane kicks off very low and ltobbins
carries it back ten yards. Turner hits the
line for eight. A. few more bucks, Doane
takes the ball and punts. Thorpe wants it,
gets it, and sends his men through the line
for several more good gains. Shedd runs
around for thirty yards. Doane soon takes
the ball and punts for twent-iive yards and
time is called.
Touch downs. Cook, Packard, Benedict.
Goals. Shedd, three. Safety, Doane.
Score, twenty to nothing.
The Doane men play hard, but they them
selves are very soft. Time was called after
almost every other down, in order to fix up
some Doane man. Time was called for
.Nebraska only once when Jones went out
with his dislocated ankle. Some of the bovs
were a little disposed to kick at the way coach
Robinson worked them at practice, but now
the results are plainly seen. He has played
football before and knows that men can't
play if only half in shape. The hoys are in
good shape physically and can thank ho
coach for keeping them at work till they got
Benedict made two bad failures at tackling
but his two brilliant runs made up for it. IK
plays well for his first game.
Jones is around the campus on crutches
this week and will be unable to play next
Tack Best is worth a mint on the gridiron.
The game with Missouri will bo played
at Columbia next Monday. The boys leave
here Saturday evening.
Creigh is playing well at quarter. A pos
sible change in the line-up will put Thorpe
in as half and Creigh as quarter.
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