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THE NEBRASKAN-HESPERI AN.
Vol. 9-30. No. 8.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, NOVEMBER 0, 1900.
Tigers Oo Down Before Victorious Ne
brasknns Students Celebrate
with Bonfire on Campus.
Tho Missouri and Nebraska foot
ball teamB played a hard and closely
contested gamo at Columbia yester
day afternoon. The final Bcore was 12
to 0 In favor of Nebraska men, a
touch down being secured In each half.
The gamo was fast and filled with
mass plays and lino bucks by both
sides. Tho superior physical condi
tion of the Nebraska team showed to
advantage In theso plays. However,
Missouri put up the hardest and best
game she has played this season.
Nebraska, strong on the defensive, is
fast developing her offensivo work.
Missouri could only get within twenty
yards of her goal line. Punting was
a feature of tho game.
Nebraska kicked off. Then follow
ed five minutes of the swiftest unci
hardest playing ever encountered by
the Missouri men, they were carried
off their feet and Crandall went over
for a thouch down. Ringer kicked
goal score 6 to 0. The Missourians'
then took a brace, and securing the
ball went through Nebraska's line for
repeated gains placing tho ball within
twenty yards of our goal. Hero coach
Booth's menprdved their strength by
.holding and kicking to center of. field'.
.Most of the playing during the rest of
the first half was in Missouri's terri
tory. The ball was on her twenty
yard lino four times.
The first few minutes of tho sec
ond half gavo neither team an ad
vantage. Then Nebraska took tho ball
and by steady mass plays It was car
ried from the center of the field to
Missouri's goal lino in a few minutes.
Cook was pushed over for a touch
down, Ringer kicked goal. Score
12 t6 0. No t'urther scoring was done
during the remainder of tho half.
The Nebraskan-Hesperlan received
dispatches from the gamo during its
progress. They were bulletined on
tho front steps of tho main building
and created much interest. Tho last
one, giving tho final result, was read
to the battalion and all wore urged
to meet on tho campus at seven
o'clock. By that time despite tho
fact that many are homo to vote,
several hundred had gathered on tho
campus. They formed in lock stop
and marched through iho main streets
cheering. As tho lino a block long
marched past tho Co-op., Boomer, fur
nished paper megaphones to all. At the
Auditorium tho boys received an en
thusiastic reception, applause greeting
them as they marched down tho islo.
Tho lino marched back to 11 and O
where it dlBbanded and nil scattered
to get fuel. By eight thirty a largo
bonfire was burning In tho center of
tho foot-ball flold surrounded by en
thusiastic and howling students.
Tho celebration was only a sample of
what will occur when wo win from
The annual contest between tho ath
letic teams of tho freshmen and sopho
more classes was hold on tho campus
Saturday auornoon resulting in favor
of the sophomore class. The final
Bcoro stood fifty-two points for tho
Sophomore class to tho thirty-eight
points piled up by tho Freshmen.
Mouck for tho Sophomores succeeded
In getting five firsts vind one second,
two of them by default, however.
Tobln did good work for the Frshmen,
winning threo firsts.
Tho events were as follows:
100 yard dash Mouck, first; tlmo 3.
seconds; Long, F, Becond; time 12
seconds; Hale, F, third.
Mile run Forfeited to D. Allemand,
S., no other contestant appearing.
Discus throw Briggs, F, first; dis
tance 67 feet and 3 Inches. D. Alle
mand, S, second, 65 feet and 5 Inches.
Running high jump Mouck, S.firs't,
distance 4 feet 5 inches. Ruhrsen F,
made 4 feet 3 inches, but 'was not en
tered. Putting 12 pound shot Millson, F,
first; distance 36 feet 1 Inch; Mouck,
S, second, 34 feet 2 inches; Tobin F,
third; distance 33 feet 9 inches.
440 yard run Forfeited to Mouck,
no other contestant appearing.
Football kick Tobln, F, first, dis-
Constitution nnd By Laws of the Ath
letic Board of the University
AKTICLK I. OUOANIZATION.
Sec.l. There is hereby created a
University Board for tho regulation
and control of athletic sports In tho
University of Nebraska.
Sec.2. Tho board shall have full
control of all athletic matters In tho
Sec. 3. Tho. board shall consist of
ten members, five of whom shall bo
elected annually, from tho student
body, for tho ensuing year at a meet
ing held between May 1st and May
15th by qualified voters (Sec. on elec
tions) under such regulations as to
time, ellgillblty of voters , antf all
other matters connected therewith as
tho board may prescrlbo by general
rules. Tho remaining five shall be
members of the University Senate
chosen as follows: threo by that Sen
ate, and two by tho student members
...Grinnell next Saturday...
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Nebraska Must Win & & Turn
Oitt and Yell& Everybody Come
& jf Set the Bleachers Ablaze with Scarlet and Cream
Ribbons and Pennants & j & Encourage the Team so that
When They Go to Kansas City Next Week They Will
Wipe the Earth with the Jay Hawkers ---
tanco 137 feet 9 inches; Hawloy, S,
second, distance 132 feot; Millson, F,
third, distance 111 feot.
220 yard run Mouck, S, first, time,
28!)i seconds; Long, F, second, time,
Running broad Jump Millson, F,
first, distanco 16 feet 4 Inches; Haw
ley, S, second.dlstancc 15 feet 9 inches.
Long, F, third, distanco 12 feot 6
880 yard run Given by default to
Throwing 12 pound hammer Tobln,
F, first, distance 124 feet 2 inches;
Black, S, second, 76 feot 10 inches.
Polo Vault Johnson, F, first, dist
ance 8 feet 9 incohs; Mouck and
Beard tied for second place at 8 feet
220 yard hurdle Forfolted to
Immediately, following tho athletic
contest, a football game was played be
tween tho Lincoln High. School and
tho Deaf and Dumb school of Omaha.
It resulted in favor of tho L. II. S.,
with a score of 12 to 6,
of tho board within five days after
their election each spring,
AKT1CI.E II. OITICEUS.
Tho athletic board shall elect its
own officers and committees, and
shnll havo power to select managers,
coaches, and trainers of all teams.
Tho officers shall consist of a presi
dent, a vice-president, a secretary
and a financinl secretary to bo elec
ted nt tho first meeting. Tho presi
dent shall bo chosen from tho faculty
members, tho vice-president from tho
tlu dtudent members, tho secretary
shall bo tho head of tho department
of Physical Education, and tho finan
cial secretary shall bo tho University
A IITIOI.R III. COMMITTEES.
Tho board shall elect tho following
Sec. 1. Finance committee.
The finance commlttco shall consist
of five members to be elected by tho
board. at Its first meeting.
Scq. 2. .Duties of tho finance com
mittee: a, Tho athletic board through its
finance committee Bhall havo chargo
of all funds received and paid out.
b. Tho said commltteo shall havo
full chargo of all tickets printed and
sold and funds received from samo,
and they Bhall bo requirca at each
monthly meeting of tho board to mako
a report of tho financial condition up
c. Tho five members of this commit
tee shall bo in charge of tho selling
nnd collecting of tho tickets at tho var
ious entrances to tho grounds, and
Immediately after each gamo they
shall have an exact accounting of re
ceipts and funds turned over to tho
d. Tho finance commltteo shall audit
and approve all ordors and bills re
ferred to It by tho athletic board or
by any athetotic committee, and tho
final report of tho manager of each
Sec. 3. Athletic committees.
a. At tho first meeting of tho board
a committee shall be elected for the
supervision of each individual Uni
versity sport. , v
b. Each committee shall consist of
threo members, two of whom shall
be elected by tho board from tho fac
ulty members and one from the stud
ent members, and tho third shall- bo
the manager of the team concerned
Ses. 4. Duties of Athletic Committees.
Ha, .Theathlstlc commltteo. .oteach.
sport shall have ' 1 ts chai rmatTprepare r-
liBt of players eligible for any given
event In accordance with sections 5
and 6 under University regulations
as to games.
b. The list shall bo signed by tho
captain and athletic trainer of each,
team and no player whoso name does
not appear on this signed eligibility
list shall under any circumstances
whatever participate in the event for
which the list was prepared.
e. Tho chairman ot each athletic
commltteo shall O. K. all orders for
purchases over $5.00 in amount. Tho
athletic commltteo shall, however, re
fer all orders and bills which they
may not feel competent to approve to
tho finance committee for action.
AllTICI.K IV. DUTIES Of MANAHEHS.
Sec. 1. Each manager shall work
under tho immediate direction of tho
athletic committee of which ho is a
Sec. 2. Tho manager of ench athletic
team shnll file his final report with
tho secretary of tho ooard within four
weeks of tho close of the season.
Sec. 3. Each munngor shall report in
writing to tho athletic board at each
monthly meeting upon tho condition
of finances and schedulo of games.
See. 4. Managers shall submit all
schedules of games to tho board for
consideration and no game shall bo
definitely arranged without their ap
proval and us soon as games are finally
scheduled tho manager shall report
such event to tho secretary of tho
Sec. 5. Tho manager shall mako no
contract involving expenditure of more
than $5.00 without an order from hla
committee or tho financial secrotary,
nor shall ho pay any bills except ex
penses on trips and minor incidental
expenses at home, and for all such pay
ments he shall submit receipted bills
with statement of expenses to his ath
letic commltteo. f
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