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WEEKLY JOURNAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 7, 1898.
UfllE FIRST BATTLE. Williams carried it 25 yards; EMiot'b aklivamoeid' it to tihellr 5 yard, lime;
Big Score Piled Up Against Bastings 'Nebraska Makes Same Fine Stringer look it across for toudh dfown and goal. 71 0.
Plays wml' Puis Up Splemdid Iiiltarfcranvc. Lehman advanced, it 30 yards; CowgHl kicked goal farm field'. Score,
The foot ball 'team stunted' tHie season Saturday afternoon by piling 70 0. The game was called at t!i!i pointt alitonugh. ten miiimiltes of
up the largest score ever made by amy 'team innbhe instilUnitioni. Little time remained.
was known regarding the Uaistimgs 'team. It was allowed' 'by all that Although lllie gamie was n'obliftnig more 'tilianv a little practice for
the University eleven would win, but ihou ll'.ie score would gUinkl n'o Nebraska, yet it served: its purpose well". Prior to the game tliore lhaidi
one would venture, rami it is safe to say that lllie sCore 70 'to 0, was u been considerate apprehension among tbe etiltQiiusiosts. They "were not
surprise to all 'the ebadh and eleven included. at all Certain (lint 'XcHnrai.'a would' .have a good' toaimi 'tihis yea.rw They
The 'lilome boys were early on (haand, lii't lllie Bashings men were slow, kuI become mo used to Shcdd's 'plougihting tmrongh tne line, tihe fierce
nml it was 4 o'clock before 'the two teams lined' up for the kick oil". Ne- tackling of Hay ward and Wiggins tilie sturdy plays of Peorse ini tlho
braska started at the south goad with; thi advantage of tlhie strong line liliat they wondvred "how NeVraUlca. could play wi'thoii't tlitem
wind at tlicir backs. A'b 'Dhe referee's sig.niail Bastings made a weak Them loo, llhey didn't kn'ow exactly what kind' of a coadhi Mr. Yost is.
kick. On the llnst (Town Benedict started 'the ball by a run. Of 00 yards Hut, tlheir doubts ihave all been swept away by Saturday's gnime. Any-
arouuU itlh'c left end'. A gain of the yai'dte was made through the linle, one who Miw'tlic line playing of 'the new men, Garrett, Lidbmami, Hartt,
amid PM-Mniry was pusihed over for HoirHlu dowiu Melfordi kicked goal. Drain., EHiuUll and Hummel, caininot but hove confidence in them, thereof -
Score, 00. Time, 4 minutes. ter. Amy one wHio saw tilie interference put up by -tflie Nelxraska 'team
Ab tlie kick off Benedict returned tlie kick by a. pimib of 30 yards. cannot but liave confidence hii Coaoli Yost. Iiu'tUie opinion, of tllito writer
Bombings wis held for three downs, Nebraska's iballllf. Atfiter 'two gains k Nebraska tcami lias put up wuelii splendid inlterforence for several
of three ami five yards, PHIsbury ngaira wias slilovedi over 'for n. second years. Tt was a game full of temiptatiionis for individual plays to wLnitIli!e
toudli down. Melford kickekl goal. 120. ' plaudits of thie 'IjlencQiem, but witflilont exeeptioni, the 'team loept togetli-
Ii took Uliree minnutes more to ndlwuice tlile 1ail.l dlown. lUi'e field and t.r an(i played as if tlicir opponents were a imverful aind' wary as itJhey.
pusli Kingsbury over for a touehl drnvii. aind' goal. 18 0. .
Borttlngs kicked' thirty yards. Benedict aKlraneod twenty. iratJWngs K'FBRiASKA VS AMES.
broke blurougk the line witih a fc of two jwtto for Nbraslu Ga.tTeUb f Tmttnrmv' f!ame-Peronmei of tlie Plnycm-Sharp Con-
weait tllirougdi Ilostinigsi' line for 4 yaird. Oowgill punitcd and Stringer tost p, ,
downed tilio HasUmgw maw who cougl.lt it in Qikt tracks. Bastings lost ' c njxt 9.ltlllIxlny lboiea Ames a,d tlie UnSvcrolty
eight yards on an cnkl run; Kingsbmry udmncwl ib eigM more; Ben'e- ,,,0151 last year by a score
diet carried it ateros for a toucfb dowm mUl awitonl kicked godl. 24-0. ns lhff jMa af) cvcr. j
Bab.gs kicked 25 ya,nd; Bastings klckwl the Ino If or tlhree yard; ' RufJh, MttlIo iwim by a, ora ,f J0 to 0.
lost on second down ; pun'ted for 15 yard. Cowgill .kicked for 35 yanls. ; .L Heain te .vorking lial to get into dlmpe for flhto gmut
Bastinigs lost the IniM on tlmve Ubwiw. Williams went aro.vud HOie rigliib llinc up ll8 fol,ioAvs:
and ocixss 'tJie line bult dropixAli tlie 'IniII anl a Baritings miwi fell on POSITION,
ib. Garixst fumlbled on eatdhi, but lield the 'ball. Kingdbury carried it PLAiYl'JRS. tJlJ.' rtntiro
oopokb for a loudb down, QtM w,. kicked. 30-0. Mcfonfl (Captain )WJgl.t 100 VlrfitXrd
'. Williams nwide 40 yaiils; KinlgWliury tivme; IMllhbhry throe; Coiwgill Turner, welRUilt 200 b b
klckdl goal from field. 35-0. "nHent wolfiDvt .100
William's nitNl Klgbury advanced the hull foriy-llve yard.s; CowigiM Kingsbury, we.glut 100 b
misscxl goim from field. ISixl. of tlhe II mt Umlf. PilWlMiry, wcigiKb 180 '
Nebraska kicked 40 yards; lk.wblngs ad'vanecd' the Ixill, 15; kicked 20 KlllotlU weiglit 150 left end
y,iixl. Cowgill carried it 10; Nebraska loWt the IniM fo.- tllic iliwt Strl ngea", wlnit 170 -
time. Ilflrttltiff' kick was bloeloed. Bemedlet vnvrMi the lxiHl to Wiolr Iksiiwl'ieh, wCightt J.i0
5 yard line. KHIdtt erassckl tilie line for 'touch down, n-nd goa :. 4 1-0. Williams, weigilit 155 'ciiinirter lw-k
Williams giUiiM'd 15 yatdw; Henwdlot 20 more. BoimrtUit'h place wuis Ciwj, wt-ififlilt 152 l
taken by Drain, ami Ga rrcit't'H place liy biebman,. Stringer made n l-iiwlm wwlai. 100 :''x"m'L'u1
gnoiut riMi f 35 yardi. cuHhig by fallb.g over a HbingH 1MUi and Su'Wtr.tut-nr.rctib, Bnmme), Beariit, Drato, Liebmaiv m Dok
lighting on, .his W.JHJ l,o Rot i.p as smili. g as ever. Kingwbu.ry b.xk. Wanimd' Cowgiil
v wi,jt u -,t ,, . h- . ;1 2iTpi:ro!:srj;i;t w-
'j toucfli dkwn'. Ocore, 04 -0
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