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NEBRASKA WILL PLAY ROSS
Bcfusal to Draw Color Line Follows
ATERY- MAKES- KNOWN- VIEWS
C)iniicellur of I'ntrernltr ' N'
I nika llprlarrs WoaM Sooner
Wllhilimf from the Vullrr
IjINCOIK, Oct. 3rt.-(Bpclal Tclegmin.)
-Chancellor Samuel Avery of tho Unl
xtnUy of Nebraska served notion on tlie
(Missouri VbIIcv conforence school that
t&e Cornhuslcen would withdraw from
tbB ittssporl Volley conference . It the
vftlley tfms1n!rtptfon rtalnlnit'tho ik
raited "gentleman ajfrcement'1 to bar
jblored athletes. .
' I"h statement', of the .chancellor came J
liv response to letters received by Dr.
Avfry and .Athletic Manager Heed thl
filtertioon. In which the Knnsaa manaxer,
vi. O. Hamilton, submits proofs of the o
r all(d asreemcnts.
Ifamllton carraaUcaJIv tnunt the tic
brhska authorities about belnfr afraid to
piny the-Jayhawkers, followlnR his publlo
?4emen.t sent put early this wk, In--nmitlnK
the Cornhusker aro using tli
Mb incident to awld plnylni; tho Kan
jTJie februsWa autjiorltlo vrera very
much angered by Hamilton's letter. They
Have, tried to ; avoid teronalltlea and
Wked uikiii tho letter as n slur on the
C'ernhusket; foot ball team.
fchaneellor Avery followed - Oie letter
Mi an aHnouncotnt' that lie would.
4t the rejfents "nt the' next meetlnr to
titfti a rule that the ,r,lght of students to
linfllriimt? jn-aihleihi fcontests shatl not
tie abridged by race or color, and that
Nebraska vrfll not remain in any confer
prt where such righA Is Abridged.
j riuHrellor' .Hlntrment.
The statement of the chancellor fol
id's in full;- . .. .
Xliancellor Avery has received a com
munication from Kansas university In
nfianl to playlnK Clint Hon on the foot
ball team, and he annmincen that afrcr
liavlnx toe- over 4eh matter very care
fully and not having expressed any opin
ion' whether lhere was evidence of a Ken-
flfirrtt'i's itgreetnent' corpmen'ilitB. ut .the,
'nnfrence at Columbia, Ato:, that 110
vrrocs should not plav in conference
Karnes, ha ,yIH rectuett the board of re
nents at tnelf "next meeting to past i
rule that the tight of students to iwr
tldpate Jn any Athletic contest, lntor
roliegtftie or otherwise, shall not b
abrldketl mr account jf raco.or color,- and
iht Nebraska -.-v lit not remain in anv
dthletlc uisoclatlon where such right st
xbridgtdj , . ,
Oil Letter Iaaait.
The Nearaska management tonight was
divided on. the cou rse'llVlll ituVsl'Tne
letters from Hamilton received by 'Manager-
Rel and the chancellor 'are re
carded as art InsJlt,' Btlehm Is called d
mucker" and a "quitter" ajid, the letr
ler winds up by telling Iteed that onthlng
better was to bo expected of tho coach.
it seemed to bo generally agreed upon
tonight that cither tho gome should be
immediately cancelled or tho game
played with the understanding that there
after all athletto relation be severed.
Stlehm and lie ml. both assert there was
no intention at any time to cancel the
Kansas gaiie, but Nebraska refused -to
allow Itself to be crippled as would re
u , from the losa of Boss. The 'letters
which Hanjllton submit aa proof are
from five members. of tho Missouri valley-
cbnferCTice. Two state that the
agreement exlated, Kansas Mil Mis
souri, two Qthern said It was not nettled,
but left to tho judgment of the school
affected unit the fifth the Nebraska rep
resentative, says no action Was finally
taken. The sixth- member of...the con
ference' cannot ever recall .ntly discus
aiotvbf the"matter nor la there'any rec
ord of It on the mlputea of the meeting.
HnsDllal fliisad'a Condition.
On the evo of the championship game
with Ames, Nebraska's hospital squad Is
In the most serious condition It has been
since the season opened, the result of the
game with Haskell lost Saturday. Cap
tain I'urdy and Mulligan, the big tackle,
both Rtar. aro In such condition It will
be Impossible for thorn to play against
Ames and possibly not against Kansas.
Halllgan's injuries wero not thought to
bii serious from first examination, fol
I6wlng the Ilsricell game, but (hey hsve
refused to heat And Btlehm definitely de
cided today to take no chances by using
mm .Hamruay. Haaugan. ha not been
out to practice thl week. He was kicked
in the back In the Indian game ana
forced to retire In the second quarter.
jTiVlth evidence of stalencs , the quU
look for tho Cornhusker Is so dubious
Coach Btlehm Is again In the dumns
Twf nty-onu 'liien, wilt be taken to Ames,
including both iiaiugan and captain
I'urdy. Tho sautd leaves Lincoln Friday
afternoon at o'clock on tho hock Island
spending the night at Des Moines and
going to Ames the following day.
Mrs Who Are Sotagr.
Thqse who will inak the trip, includ
ing' Coach Btlehm; Assistant Coach Hnr
man and Manager Itccd, nre: Captain
I'urdy. IJeck, Dolls, 'Cameron, Coffte,
delwlck, Howard, Halllgan. Irwin, Mas
tin, Purdy, . Kois, Rutherford. Bhlrlds,
Thompson, Towle, Klwell; Abbott,' Gross
Tho practlco last night reflected the
badly demoralised condition of the squas.
A fierce forty-talnutn scrimmage resulted
In. only three, touchdowns for tho Varsity
against the freshmen. Using (he' Ames
formation, the freshmen were able to
score twice against the varsity.
Halllgnn's placo at tackle wa tilled
by arcs and Uaits, and while both are
aggressive they lack experience, and left a
big hplo In the line. Deck wa taken back
from end and tilled I'urdy' slide at half,
white Howard wa switched from full
hack to end, Cotfee going In at full. The
combination In the backfleld worked ex
cellently, but It weakened the Cornhusk
er on defensive play.
The practice tonight Included a long
scrimmage, which wound up the prepara
tion for tho Aggies. The Cornhusker
will loosen up with light signal drill at
Will Attend Iowa
Varsity Home Day
IOWA CITY, la.. Oct. 30.-(Spclal.
George W. Clarke, '71, Is among the list
of alumni of the University of Iowa who
have accepted the Invitation to return for
the annual homecoming, staged thl year
in connection with the Iowa-Amea foot
ball game November 15. The fact that
Alumnus Clarke I now governor of the
state will not prevent him coming back
on the same footing as the other boys of
day gone by except that he may bo
somewhat more restrained In his rooting
for the Iowa team. The Atnt's team and
Its followers are also within his juris
diction as governor of the state and he
cannot show too much partiality.
Governor Clarke will address a big
moaa meeting on Friday morning and
will be the guest of honor at a reception
for the two big state schools that even
ing. Other state officials and member
of the latest general assembly have been
Invited and many of them will be present.
The national convention of the Catholic
Students' Association of America and the
Southern Iowa Editorial association will
hold conventions hero at the same time.
FOOT BALL STILL POPULAR clones have very little
HOPE OF WINNINU UAMfc
Demand for Seats at Big Eastern
Games Breaks Becords.
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quality of powder and shot.
The list of loads furnished in
this shell cover most shooters
requirements, and all of them
give a full measure of shoot
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Bounds in Clip Stake
ItnilJND, Neb., Oct. a).-rBpeciat Tele
gram.) Tho sscond day' racing 'of the;
National Waterloo coursing meet wa
run here thl afternoon. The attendance
won large and the races faster. The
second and third rounds, la the cupsUke
wero run today and the first and second
rounds In the platestake and the first
round In the pursestake. Puppystake
will be started tomorrow. Following are.
the result ot today's rounds In the cup
stake: Winsome Neversettle beat Trllble Par
ton, Mis Tan Trip beat CI rue Tower Boy,
Flying Pearl beat Scarlet Wolf, Hurrlcana
beat Kreckles, Fay beat. Forest Flower,
Joclle Neversettle beat Surefllght, Kas'ter
Harrison beat Flying Wedge, Franlt
fJotche' Fortune beat Idy Defferlne,
Green Lube beat Sir Illchard, Green Lucy
beat Little Jew, Golden Fleece beat Basil
fut Kitty, May llayley beat Traveler.
Swear Hard beat Sir Kdward.
Jn the. second round Winsome Never
settle beat .Miss .Can Trip, Flying1 Pearl
beat Hurricane, Joclle Neversettle beat
Flying, Carter Harrison beat Frank
ao ton's Fortune, Green Lube beat Green
Lucy, Golden Fleece beat Tho Traveler,
Swear Hard a bye.
In tho first round ot the Waterloo plate
It&mbllng Hose beat Fairest Flower. Net
tle C beat Hot Cinders, Lady Jean beat
ilutt, Bobble Parton beat Green Lawyer,
Sir Ilruce, Heacllllon and Repetition,
drawn; Don Iladlum, a bye; Ileallxatlon
beat Peerless, Jark Coombs beat Lady
Qreenlaw, Wedge Neversettle beat Brew
ster Oreen, Flying Dutchman beat Uncle
Sam, Ople Dlldoeb beat Broffles, Topsy
Allen beat Bashful Lilly. Mr.' Rastus
Brown beat Bowery Hoy.
MANAGEMENTS ABE SWAMPED
Owe of ftnrprlees of Season Increased
Interest In Army-Nary Contest
to He riayeil In Nerr
York, Not. 20.
NBW TOBK, Oct. 30.-Any Impending
doubt of the popularity ot Intercollegiate
foot ball, oven under the revised playing
rules, I removed by the deluge of appli
cation pouring in on thoe In charge of
the ticket distribution for the big games
of the season. The demand for seats
surpasses any previous record and the
various managements are at their wits'
end trying to devise some method of J
equitably meeting the situation. From I
present Indications the seating capacity !
ot the various fields on which the Vale.!
Harvard, Army-Navy, Harvard-Princeton,
Pennsylvania-Cornel! and Princeton
Yale games will be played will be un-1
equal to the demands of alumni under
graduates and their friends.
One of the surprises of the season Is
the Increased interest In tho Army-Navy
game to be played In this city on No
vembtr . It was thought that with
the transfer of the contest from Franklin
field, Philadelphia, to the Tolo grounds,
the 41,000 seat would accommodate all
those who wished to witness the play.
Such, however, is not likely to be the
case and it fs possible there will be no
publlo sale ot seats, ns was originally
pUnned, Less thsn seats nre avail
able for u.ch sale under the inoaVjtfa
Vorable condition and even thl Small
percentage may' be 'reduced by preferred
application received by every -mall.
For aeverat year th?re haa been no
publlo sale of tlcketa for' the Harvard
Yalo and Princeton-Tale guinea and the
demand from those privileged to apply
for these coupons tinder the rules of the
competing universities has Increased to
the point where the allotments aro being
curtailed greatly In order that there may
be no charge of favoritism. " The ticket
situation ha reached the point where the
tremendous demand offers a promising
field for speculators. To cope with this
evil the various college organizations and
Publications are Issuing warnings on the
aubject of aelllng or giving away tickets
allotted to those entitled to them.
In round figures, SS.000 seats will be
available for tlie Yale-Princeton game at
New Haven, November 15, and the Harvard-Yale
game at Cambridge, Novem
ber 21. Twenty-seven thousand seats will
be the capacity of the stands at Univer
Evers WM Play Golf
to Keep in Form
CHICAGO. Oct. 3C.-John Kvers. man
ager ot the Chicago National team, la go
ing to keep In tralnlnng thla winter by
playing golf. He will leave, here tonight !
for Kxcelslor Hprings. Mo., where ho ex-1
pects to take his Initial lessons In the
game. Tlie Cub manager say he doesn't
know a thing about golf, but he believes
the outdoor exercise Is just what he
needs during the winter. Evers bought
a set ot Uft-handed club yesterday.
WALSH FAVORITE WITH
BAY STATE GAMBLERS
BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 85. With the elec
tion five day away, the gubernatorial
candidate ran their political machine
close to. the speed limit today and there
were comparatively tew citlee and towns
that did not hear the role ot the stump
lieutenant Governor David I. Walsh,
democrat, spent much ot the. day In Essex
county; Congressman Gardner, republi
can, toured Greater iBoston, and Charles
B. Bird, progressive, visited Middlesex
Governor Fjosa, who la running Inde
pendently, Issued an edition .ot 6,000
pamphlets, setting forth his claims to re
election. Vetting on the stock exehange hers
ws active today, with Walsh the favorite.
AMES, la., Oct. 3a-(Speclal.)-The
Cyclones have been put Into secret pre
cincts to receive the Ideas and Instruc
tion of the coaches for the Nebraska
game on State field Saturday. The
coaches are perfecting every rday and
formation they ever had on paper for
the Cornhusker clash.
The lineup still stands a It was reor
ganized Tuesday after the Missouri game.
Brennan, veteran half, Is in at quarter
Instead ot Klnnlclc, who booted six of
Ame' thirteen points In the form of
dropklcks In the Tiger game last Satur
day. Holmes, 194-pound left guard, was
relieved of left end and put back in the
lino nearer the center. Mattlson. who
has held the left guard berth, filled
Wormhoudt's tackle. And Garst, fccrub.
is swinging out at lert end. The poor
speed of the ends In the Missouri game
convinced the coaches that they must
put more speed on the extreme ends of
the line, particularly on the left.
But faint hope Is held here for a vic
tory over the Cornhuskcre. Coach
Ptlehm Is considered to have a squad full
worthy of the respect of the conference.
No even money can be gotten on Amos
and five to three odds on a ten to fif
teen point Nebraska margin are said to
be begging for takers.
YALE STUDENTS DEMAND
NEW ROWING COACH
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. JO.-nefer-ring
to the defeat of the Yale crw at
Princeton last Saturday, the Yale Dally
News today makes a vigorous demand for
a new coaching system. It declares that
the loss of the race to the Tigers has
produced a torrent of criticism that proves
complete distrust In the present system,
that, the rowing authorities perceive the
Imperattvo need of a competent coach,
that the present coaches admit their fail
ure and that the graduate rowing com
mittee must forsake sentimentality and
find someone who can save Yale crews
"from jests and Insults." '
Tho undergraduate body Is agreed, the
News says, that "the difficult English
stroke as taught by youthful amateur
coaches has failed," and the undergradu
ates are not alone In this belief. The Eng
lish stroke was brought here by Averlll
Harrlman, son of the late E. H. Itarrt
man. "The rowing authorities,", continues tha
News, "realize how Imperative Is a com
petent coach who can tench a stroko
which does not require a life of galley
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