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The playing of the Nebraska team
throughout the entire game was that
of a well oiled machine. In every
play the entire team was doing its
work and, though there were individual
stars, the united effort turned the trick
Captain Shonka, Purdy, and Owen
Frank were the Cornhusker stars and
won their merit by line smashing. The
Nebraska ends broke up the Michigan
interference and time and again left
the Wolverine runner unprotected so
that he was easily pulled down. The
Michigan tricks seemed simple to Ne-
braska and they were solved without
coln tonight and expects to arrive in
Ann Arbor at 2:33 Sunday afternoon.
Yost is not at all disheartened, nor
are any of the members of the team, as
they figure it was a battle tied against
great odds. Coach Steihm is elated
over the result but insists Nebraska
should have won the game.
The summary follows:
Chas. A. Sellon's
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ilichigan Starts Scoring.
Wolverines were the first to
the tie of the first half. In the
quarter it was Nebraska's ball
r own thirty yard line and Gibson
pted to punt. The kick was block-
d Conklin picked up the ball and
lirty yards for a touchdown. He
kicked goal. Prior to this time
gan had threatened the Nebraska
arly in the first quarter, but pen-
prevented a score. After this
the Wolverines spent all their
in driving the Cornhuskers back.
LUne Smashing Tells.
was the line smashing tactics of
ska that gave her a touchdown,
Michigan had kicked off, follow-
s score, Nebraska took 'the ball to
enter of the field. An exchange
nts followed and then the Corn-
rs started again from the center
e field. One twenty yard end run
irdy helped, but without stopping,
all was carried down the field and
the Michigan line. In the fourth
er neither team ecored and the
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STrip to Earil
r, with the
ard line, a
gan seven yara line. A forward pass
failed and with two more downs to
push the ball over, Warner called for
a drop kick which failed. It was the
one bad play of the game and proba-
bly cost Nebraska a victory.
The game is considered a Nebraska
victory and the entire city is celebrat-
ing tonight.. The Cornhuskers only
hoped for a small score against them
as'Michigan was spoken of as the "big
team," but the result has opened the
flood gates of enthusiasm. It is es-
timated that nearly ten thousand peo-
ple saw the game, the biggest crowd
ever on the local field. The governor
- of the state gave an exhibition kick-
a off before the contest. The Michigan
ke team was banqueted tonight at a feast
when over six hundred people were
Field Judge-Ver Weibe, Harvard.
Head Linesman-Williams, Indiana.
Goals from Touchdown-Conklin, 0.
Time of Quarters-15 minutes.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
What is undoubtedly a most import-
ant engagement in the history of the
Majestic theater will be that of Josepb
Hart's spectacular pantomime fanta-
sy in six scenes with a cast of twenty
people, entitled "Polly Pickle's Pets,"
which will come to the local vaudeville
house Monday night fora three days'
engagement. This big stage spectacle
carries a car load of scenery and the
effects and properties would be a credit
to many of, the so called "Broadway"
productions. The characters repre-
sent cats, dogs, monkeys, parrots, roos-
ters, geese, and other familiar birds
and animals all impersonated' by hu-
man actors a-la "Chantecler." Beauti-
ful lighting effects, clever comedians,
and pretty girls are all in evidence in
this stupendous vaudeville act which
will be one of the five that will make
up the new bill coming the first part
of the week. Magnificent new photo-
plays gving the story of "Rory
O'Moore" Iand tiavel views in Africa
will add to the value of this Thanks-
Mandolin club rehearsal, 6 o'clock
this afternoon, Phi Delta Theta house.
Fresh laws meet 4 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon, room B of law building, to
organize and discuss plans for class
All members of home glee club meet
Alpha Nu room 7:10 Monday evening.
All '12 football men meet at Randall
& Pack's Monday, 3 p. m. Bring foot-
ball suits for Michiganensian pictures.
Knapp & Murray
"They'll make you hold your sides."
in a store Ii
Team Returns Today. ..
The Michigan squad will leave Lin-
Classes for Ladies aid G
J~in now. Tirm b. gin~.
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