The Nebraska State Journal from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 25, 1921 · 3
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FKIDAY, KOVEMBEK 25, 192L TUB LINCOLN - STATE JOURNAL. Gornhuskers COLORADO AGGIES LOSE TO HUSKERS ' ' " 3EBSASXA EOHNXS OUT SEAS03 .WITH 70 TO 7 VICTORY. t Cornhnskers Trim Mountain Farm- erj in Turkey' D&y Battle on , Scarlet and Cream Gridiron. K K . '. Nebraska's winning Cornhnskers rounded out their victorious season Thanksgiving day by trouncing the Colorado Aggies 70 to 7 on the Nebraska gridiron. Speed, weight "and ability to pass besides adeptness in the Husks backfield on defensive work against the aerial attack gave Nebraska a superiority over the visitors with which the "Mountain Farmers were unable to cope. Sweeping everything before them in a whirlwind attack the Cornhnskers carried the pigakin into Colorado territory in the opening period and a series of line bucks and end runs carried the ball close to the Aggie frontier where Hartley stabbed the line for a tnnrhflnwn How the Score Grew. . The second period opened with a rush. DeWitz .vjulrming thru the Fanner fence on the opening play aad sprinting tuitty yards to a toucnaown, rolling ticklers all of the way with a systematic play of stiff -armins and shifting in his dash. Hartley's 53-yard return of F. Hartshorn's 57-yard punt carried the ball again into Aggie land and another group of bucks thru the - visiting line placed Hartley nean to thaaFarmer goal where he crashed thru for the third touchdown of the game. , , ' - Within a few minutes 6f the end of the first half Captain Swanson pulled a stellar act similar to his trick at Pitf when he pulled a pass from Hart- l.a siit nf tia olv flnri elHriripri thrn thp - H j WUfc V L U . . uAk wu.... u. . - . Aggie backs, running 40 yards for another. touchdown. 'The third quarter was a repetition pf the second in the number of points made. A long string of line f bucks netting consistent gains of substantial dimensions placed Nebraska near enough to the Colorado border that DeWitz was able to wriggle thru for another touchdown. On the Aggie thirty-yard line Hartley tossed a 15-yatd pass to Captain Swanson whe srfared it out of the ozone and, brush-tng off a few Agrie tacklers, reeled off the remaining fifteen yards for another touchdown. Lewellen passed to Russell over the Aggie goal Tor the last touchdown of the period near the end of the third quarter. The final quarter witnessed Nebraska's last trio of tallies and, as well J' the Colorado Aggies single touchdown. Puncturing the Aggie line by husky bucks that carried the pigskin deep into the Colorado end of the field, Nebraska again scored when Noble sprinted around the Aggie right end and ran 24 yards for a touchdown. - - The backs having been pushed their limit the Husker pilot tried a new one. Lyman, -playing tackle, pulled a tackle-round play, broke Jhru the Aggie line and planted the pigskin across the chalk. F. Hartshorn, hair-back on the Aggie team, started in to fight at this point. A long pass started by Captain Swanson sailed into Hartshorn's corner and, leaping in "the air, the stellar player of the Aggie snared the aerial, dropped to his feet and dashed thirty-one, yards to the goal line for the Aggie tally. Quarterback Anderson kicked the goal. XTaV. Va'- final tA -w-a a cate of that which wound up the Ames game. Captain Swanson sprinted across the Farmer goal and received a pretty toss from Hartley. Swannie then kicked the goal. Many Huskers In Game. Coach Dawson tried an experiment . in the third period when he shot eight men into the Husker - lineup substituting for regulars. One man already substituted and two men later sent in as replacements gave the Huskers a new team with the second string facing the Aggies. The Insult could not be stood by the visitors. Tearing into the reserves they pushed their way thru Nebraska's forward wall and were going steadily down the field toward the Husker goal when the whistle ended the quarter. The regulars went back into the line for the last period and piled up three more touchdowns in retaliation for the Aggie presumtious-sess. Hartihorn Brother Stars. Fred Hartshorn and his brother Duane. the latter captain of the visitors, were the stars of the Colorado team. r . nartsnom aia au oi me punting for the Aggies and, with Duane, shoved thru the Husker line for the most of the alns. Besides this the stellar halfback made the only touchdown that the Aggies were able to manipulate. Caldwell, and Herigsted, fullback and end respectively on the farmer troupe, were the other outstanding players of the visiting team. Neither, however, were able, to shine as did the Hartshorn brothers. Both of these backs were to be seen in every play, handling the passing end1 of the aerial attack, doing the punting, kicking off or bucking the Husker forward wall. , Many Husker Lights.. It would be difficult to pick out a few Huskers who might be said" to have outclassed their teammates. Captain Swanson, Hartley, DeWitz, Noble, Russel and Lyman all crossed the farmers goal line. Captain Swanson. playing his last game. shone above the others with three touchdowns to his credit while Hartley and DeWitz made two each, the others scoring one each. Harold McGlasson, plying his final game for the Scarlet and Cream, piloted the Nebraska team during the last period. Pucelik, at tackle and guard, could not be moved by " the smashes of the visiting backs and tore gaps thru the Aggie line thru which Nebraska backs cwrled the ball for touchdown after touchdown. Wright, at halfback, sprinted thru the Aggie front and carried the ball near the jroal on several occasions enabling th Huskers to score. Triplett and Howarth, other Nebraska' players who ' were in their moleskins for the last time were given places in the Nebraska team during the last halt. This permitted Finish FOOTBALL EESULTS. College!, Crrtrtio i WnltTn . . . 14 areka Cat . T Wijm 14 Soaftl Mi .-. BMttiBC . Colorado Arrtes firm it .i. Miaia4 w ! High Schools. St 1-latto ... tl Rtlrin 41 Hiawatha ..... XI Nebraska City . 8s Fal-bry 15 Brakes Bow 44 Adams 44) Owla Ill Grand bias . 7 Mum City ..... 44 Friend tl Nellltl 33 Nrlisa res. ... 33 Fremont ...... 34 Alma tl Wllber 34 Ceiambas - ..... 54 Tecnrafh ...... Pawnee City .... 41 Cambridge ..... t5 Lfateala Aprtrtmt, yf js. . Fall City , Aabarm . ....... H. km Raveaaa ...... Rim wood, i.rh Santa Onto ha ... Broke Bow res Ore O'Neill v. . TUdea ...ii.... Haveleek Oberttn (Kas.) .. DeWit VaiTersMy Place. Ashland MeCaok eiery Husker who was leaving the squad to have an Opportunity to play in the finar game.. , Round Out Season. In winding up the football season the Cornhnskers trampled on . the Colorado Aggies by the largest ecore they have piled np this season. The largest heretofore was the .- score against Wesleyan wherein Nebraska won 55 to 0. Oklahoma came next with a 44 to 0 defeat, Haskell fell 41 to 0, Ames dropped a game by 55 to 3, Kansas fell victim by a 28 to 0 score, Pitt was victim of a ' 10 to 0 'defeat and Notre Dame, the only team able to whip the Huskers this year, won from Nebraska by the close ecore of 7 to 0. - ; Judged from their later activities', the Cornhnskers should ' have been able. to win from Notre-Dame had the game been played two weeks later. Nebraska, going at her best in the Pitt game, wou-ld have trimmed the Irish m tT J W rnZTihrrZ ing to the dope.1 In truth the Corn-, huskers had an excellent team, well rounded out with a heavy line, speedy ends and a fast hard-hitting, passing and kicking combination in the back garden. The victory over the Colorado -Aggies clears the atmosphere in the mid: die west- Missouri Valley champions and, lacking one game, all-victorious, the Huskers shed their moleskins for the season with prospects of. another team as good if .not better, for next season and with the additional prospects of having Head Coach Dawson and Assistant Coaches Frank and Day to put the matarial in condition for an all-victorious season. . First Quarter. . Wenke kicked off 50 yards to F. Hartshorn who returned 10 yards. D. Hartshorn made a yard thru the line. F. Hartshorn dove oft tackle for 2 more. F. Hartshorn punted 29 -yards to Colorado's 49-yard line. DeWitz hit right for 2 more. On a fake kick, Wright plunged off tackle but failed to gain. Hartley punted 15 yards out of bounds. F. Hartshorn failed- to gain on a try at Nebraska's left end. Colorado penalized 5 yards for offside, bringing the ball to the Aggie 25-yard line. F. Hartshorn failed to gain off tackle. D. Hartshorn made a try at right end bat Wright broke thjpugh and spilled him for a 6 yard los3. F, Hartshorn pirated 35 yards to Hart-lev who returned 7. Nebraska penalized 15 yards for holding. Wright rounded the Aggie end for 5 yards. On a fake end run Preston broke through the Aggie line for a. 10-yard gain. DeWitz made 4 yards off tackle. A pass Hartley to Swanson incomplete. The Aggies took the ball on downs on their own 37-yard line. F. Hartshorn hit the line for 3 yards. Caldwell broke through for 2 yards. A pass F. Hortshorn to Mathison made 2 yards. -F. Hartshorn punted 47 yards to Preston who returned 33 yards to Nebraska's 43-yard line. Time out, Colorado. The Aggies substituted Anderson for Mathison at quarter.- Hartley made 4 yards thru center. Hartley went thru for 7 more but the play was called gack and Nebraska penalized for offside. Wright fumbled and Bain recovered , for the Aggies on Nebraska's 40-yard line. D. Hartshorn went off right tackle for a yard. Caldwell drove off tackle for 2 yards. D. Hartshorn fumbled on the next play and Scherer recovered for Nebraska on the 42-yard line. Nebraska fumbled on the next play ut recovered for .no gain. DeWitz went off tackle for -5 yards. Wright went off tackle for 3. more. Hartley punted 40 yards to Anderson who returned 5 to the Aggie 19-yard line. Caldwell failed to gain on the next play but Nebraska was offside and was penalized 5 yards. Aggie's ball on their own 24-yard line. F. Hartshorn failed to gain thru Nebraska's right side. F. Hartshorn tred left side but again failed to gain. F. Hartshorn punted 34 yards to Preston who returned 35 to the Aggie 34-yard line forced out of bounds for no gain. Carey went in for House fn the Aggie line. Hartley made 3 more. Preston went thru for 2 yards and a first down. DeWitz made 5 more thral the line, bringing the ball to the Aggie 13-yarS line. , Wright drove off tackle for 7 yards, carrying' the ball to the Aggie 6-yard line. On a fake end run Hartley made 2 more. Hartley drove thru the Aggie left side for a touchdown. Captain Swanson kicked the goal. Score: Nebraska 7; Colorado Aggies 0. Wenke kicked off 57 yards out of bounds but the ball was taken back to be kicked again. Nebraska was offside and was forced to kick off from the 35-yard line. Wenke kicked off 65 vardB over the goal line for a touch-back. The Agffies put the ball in play on their own 20-yard line. D. Hartshorn failed to gain on a try at Nebraska's end. F. Hartshorn failed to gain thru center. Fv Hartshorn punted 39 yards to Preston, who returned 30 yards to the AgKie 30-yard line. The quarter ended with Nebraska in possession of the ball on the Agrie 30-yard line. Score: Nebraska 7; Colorado Agsies 0. ' - l Second Quarter. . Corey went in for Hinds. DeWitz drove off tackle and ran 30 yards across the field for another touchdown, the first play of the second quarter. Captain Swanson kicked -the goaL Score: Nebraska 14; Colorado Aggie 0- . F.NHartshorn kicked off 57 yards to Hartley, who returned 53 yards to the Aggie 42-yard line. DeWitz went off tackle but Nebraska was offside' and was penalized 5 yards. Hartley went off tackle for 4 yards, being forced out of bounds. Hartley ran the Aggie right end for 7 yants. DeWitz went off tackle for 2 yards and a first down. A pass. Hartley to Swanson, Betted Season by Nebraska 5 yards. DeWitz drove thru left side for 5 more and another first down. - 'Preston wa forced ""oat of bounds for no gain.' A7 pass,' Preston to Swanson. netted Nebraska 9 yards. DeWitz went thru for 5 more add-another first down. Nebraska's Ball on Aggie 10-yard line. Wright went off tackle but failed to gain. Wright drove thru for 5 yards off tackle. Hartley ran the Aggie right end for 5 yards and a touchdown. Captain Swanson kicked the goal. Score: Nebraska 21; Colorado Aggies 0. Wenke kicked off 53 yards to. Duane Hartshorn who returned 22 yards to the Aggie 30-yard line. Time out, Nebraska. D. Hartshorn failed to gain thru the line. Colorado fumbled and recovered for a yard loss.. F. Hartshorn punted 40 yards to Preston who returned 19 yards to Nebraska's 49-yard line, bat the play was called back and Nebraska given'a 5-yard penalty for being offside. Aggie's ball oa their own 35-yard line. Caldwell drove off tackle for 2 yards. Caldwell hit Nebraska's left side for 3 more. The Aggies fumbled but recovered for & yard loss. F. Hartshorn punted 35 yard3 to Preston who returned 24 to the Nebraska 44-yard line. - Time out, Nebraska, A pass,- Hartley to Wright, incomplete. F. Hartshorn broke up the play. DeWitz fumbled on the next play and the Aggies recovered on Nebraska's 47-yard line. . F, Hartshorn tried Nebraska's left side but failed to gain. Caldwell hit Nebraska's right tackle but failed to gain. A' pass, F. Harthorn to Herigsted, was incomplete. F. Hartshorn attempted to punt but Nebraska-broke thru and Berquist recovered the ball on Nebraska's 44-yard Use. Noble went in for Wright in Nebraska's backfield. Noble attempted to round the Aggie right end, but was thrown for a 2-yard loss., Noble lost 2 more on an at tempt at the Aggie line. A pass from IJy waa Intercepted by Anderson ,h ,, h tiirnei on the Aggie 40-yard line and returned to the Aggie 49-yard line. F. Hartshorn rounded Nebraska's left end for 3 yards. Herigsted attempted the Aggie million-dollar play, but lost a yard. A pass from F. Hartshorn was. inter cepted bv Noble who returned 111 yards to the Aggie 43-yard line. " Noble fumbled on the next play but the ball was recovered for a 2-yard loss. DeWitz- made 3 . yards thru the line. A pass from Hartley was intercepted bv D. Hartshorn on the Aggie 30-yard line, but he was spilled in his tracks by Captain Swanson. F. Hartshorn drove center for 3 yards. F. Hartshorn went off tackle but failed to gain. D. Hartshorn ran Nebraska's right end for a yard. F. Hartshorn punted 40 yards to Preston who returned 10 to Nebraska's 40-yard line. - Hartley was forced out of bounds for a 3-yard gain.- The Aggies were penalized 2 yards for taking out time. Nebraska's ball on her own 45-yard line. A pass. Hartley to Swanson, was caught by the Husker captain on the Aggie 40-yard line. Swannie twisted thru the Aggie backs and dashed across the field for a touchdown. DeWitz kksked goal. Score: Nebraska 28: Colorado Aggies 0. Wenke kicked off 35 yards to Tor-rev who returned 5 to the Aggie 30-yard line. The first half ended with the Aggies in possession-of the ball on their own 30-yard line. Score: ' Nebraska 28; Colorado Aggies 0. Second Half Third Quarter. . Russel was substituted for Preston in the Nebraska backfield. F. Hartshorn kicked off 51 yards to Hartley who returned 26 to the Nebraska 34-yard line. Hartley went off tackle on the next play but Nebraska was penalized 5 yards for offside. DeWitz made & yards thru tackle. Hartley went off tackle for 7 yarns. Hartley made 3 more and a first down thru tackle. Noble made 7 yards. thru right side. Noble broke thru for 6 yards and another first down. Hartley drove thru the Aggie right side for 5 more. DeWitz broke thru the Aggie line and ran 35 yards to another touchdown. Let Fatima smokers tell you . ! "Nothing else . iviI dot Liggett k Mtjrs Tobacco Co. Defeating THAKXSGrVTKG GELD EESULTS. At Tampa Roninr College 3, Birmlag-ham Soathera Collet; ' At Colombia. & (X goat Carolina 13, Citadel . ' - . At Philadelphia CorneU 41, Peaayl- At littltlmore TJniTrrsity of .Maryland , North Carolina Btato . Ti. At Baltimore Johns Hopkins Caiveraltr, 0, Washington and Xeo At fSprlnr field, Mom. Springfield t, Hew Hampshire Tie.) At Alliance, O. Wooste 6. Moont Virion At Washington Ceotgetowm 14, Bethany At Pittsburgh PitUbnrgh , Ponn State t. Tie.) . 'At Cleveland Western Bcaervea , Case 'ADetrolt -TTnlTersity' ot Detroit tl. University of Vermont O. At Morgantown. W. T. Washington and Jefferson 13. West Virginia . - At Kew York Colgate tl, Colambla 14.. At AUentown, Pa. MueJUlenbarg M, lf slnus e. a, At Cincinnati CnlTersity of Cincinnati 1, Miami 1. At Lancaster. Pa. Franklin and Mar-snail , Gettysburg . (Tie.) At Carlisle. Pa. Dickinson BnckneD . At Lawrence, Km. Kansas 15, Missouri . At KasBTille, 1,'ean. Vanderbilt ,. no-wane 0. At New Orleans Centre tl, Tnlane- At Salt Lake City Utah Agricultural College 14. Iniversity of It ah 3. At Athens, O-Ohlo University 0, Marietta CeUege O. (Tie.) At Soatn Bend, lnd. Notre Same 48, Michigan Aggies . At Ds Moines, lav Brake tl, GrinneH W. At Walla Walla, Wash. Wfcitinajl 13, Waho 3. v , At Spokane, Wash. Montana University 0, (ienzara University . (Tie.) At Springfield, O. Ohio Northers Wittenberg O. At Waco, Tex. Baylor tS. S. M. tj. At Fort Worth, Tex. Texas Christian IS, Arkansas 14. . . At Houston, Trx. Rice t, Oklahoma 87. At Seattle, Wash. Washington State College 14, University ef Washington, e. At Denver, Colo. University of Colorado IS, Colorado !enool of Mines 7. At Colorado Springs Colorado College Is. University of Denver tl. At Iowa. Falls, la. Ellsworth ZS, Western Union 7. , At College Station, Tst. Texas University s, Texas A. A M. 0. (Tie.) . At Lexington, Ky. University ef Ken-tacky a, University of Tennessee . (Tie.) At Georgetown. Ky. Transylvania 14, Georgetown College . At Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma) Aggies 13, Washburn College 0. - At ruisa, OKI a, .un university Phillips University 10 At Portland, Ore. University ef Oregon tl, Multnomah Athletic Hob 7. At Ottawa, Kas. Baker 21, Ottawa 7. At 4ulina, Kas. Bethany IS. ITniisas Wesleyan . , At Wichita, Kas. Fail-mount e. Friends n. (TAt8t. Lenin Washington U. , St. Louis ' At TKmmetshnrg, la. Des Moines Catholics 7, St. Mary A. 7. (tie.) At Mount Pleasant, la. Iowa Wesleyan 7, Parsons 9. , At Storm Lake, Lv Bnena Vista 7, Trinity 0. At Oskaleoaa, la. Rimpson 7, Penn v. At Aberdeen Huron . College-Aberdeen Normal cancelled, snow. Captain Swanson . kicked the goal. Score: Nebraska, 35; Colorado Aggies-, 0. . Wenke kicked off 59 yards to D. Hartshorn, who returned 9 yards. The Aggies tried a criss cross but were spilled for a 5-yard loss. F. Hartshorn punted 35 yards to Hartley who returned 10 to the Aggie line. A forward pa.ss. Hartley to Swanson, netted 15 yards and the Husker captain wiggled loose from two Aggie tacklers and dashed 15 yards more for another touchdown. Captain Swanson kicked the goal. Score: Nebraska 2; Colorado Aggies 0. y F. Hartshorn kicked off 50 yards to Noble, who returned IS to the Nebraska 29-yard line. DeWitz made 2 yards thru the line. "Hartley smashed off tackle for 6 more. Russell drove thru and a first down. Nebraska's ball on the Aggie's 41-yard line. Hartley smashed off tackle for 18 yards. Myers went in for Pitcher at center for the Aggies. Time out Colorado. Noble drove off tackle for a yard. Noble ran the Aggie right end for 48 yards carrying the ball to the, Aggie 12 yard line. Nebraska fumbled on the next play but Russel recovered for an 8 yard loss. A pass Russel to Swanson was good for 7 yards. Lyman made 4 yards on a tackle round play. A pass Hartley to Scherer gained 4 more. The Aggies took the ball on downs on her own 4-yard line. . P. Hartshorn lost 2 yards on an, attempted end run. F. Hartshorn punted 37 yards to Russel who returned to the Aggie's 25-yai-d line. Time out. Hartley drove off tackle for 4 yards. Noble drove thru the line for' 5 more. On an end run play Swanson failed to EAT CIGARETTES but taste the Colorado gain. Nebraska was penalized 5 yards for delaying the play. A pass, Hartley to Scherer netted 10- yards. Nebraska's ball on the Aggie 10-yard line. Coach Dawson substituted eight Cornhuskers. Nebraska fumbled and Nebraska recovered. Nebraska fumbled but a?in recovered on. the 10-yard line. ' R. McGlasson went in for Wenke. A pass to Russel from Lewellen netted the Huskers another touchdown. Lewellen kicked goal. Score: Nebraska 49; Colorado Aggies 0. Lewellen kicked off 36 yards out of bounds, but the ball was called back for another kickoff. Lewellen kicked off 35 yards to D. Hartshbrn who returned 10 to the Aggie 26-yard line. D. Hartshorn drove off tackle for 12 yards and a first down. Caldwell hit Nebraska's center, for 5 more. - F. Hartshorn hit Nebraska's left side for 2 more.1 D. Hartshorn hit Nebraska's right side for 10 yards and a first down. Time.; out,' Nebraska. Aggie's ball on Nebraska. Caldwell hit Nebraska's left Side for 2 yards. D. Hartshorn made 2 more thru the line. D. Hartshorn drove off tackle for 3 more. A pass, F." Hartshorn "to Herigsted, was incomplete, Nebraska took the ball on downs. Howarth made 2 yards thru the line. Lewellen made two more thru the line. The third quarter ended with Nebraska in possession of the ball on the Nebraska 40-yard line. Score: Nebraska 49; Colorado Aggies 0. Fourth Quarter. Coach Dawson put in his regulars to relieve the substitutes. On a tackle' Lyman made 4 yards. Hartley drove off tackle for 6 more and a first down. Nebraska's ball ii. the center of the field. Lyman made 4 more an another tackle .round. Wright drove off tackle for 7 more. Nebraska's ball on the Aggie 36-yard line. Nebraska fumbled but recovered tot a no gain. Wright ran the Aggie right end for 5 yards. Preston drove off tackle for 2 more. A pass Hartley to Wright was good for 5 yards. Time out Nebraska. Noble ran the Aggie right end for 24 yards and another touchdown. Captain Swanson kicked the goaL Score: Nebraska, 56; Colorado Aggies, 0. Wenke kicked off 48 yards to D. Hartshorn who returned 10 yards to the Aggie 24-yard line. F. Hartshorn ran Nebraska's left end for 4 yards. D. Hartshorn hit center for a lone yard. Caldwell made a yard ' off tackle. F. Hartshorn punted 30 yards to Hartley, who returned 10 but fumbled. Torry recovered on the 36-yard lfne. F. Hartshorn. made 3 yards off tackle. A pass by F. Hartshorn to Herigsted was intercepted by Captain Swanson on Nebraska's 30-yard line. Noble drove off tackle for 9 yards. " Preston bucked the line for a yard more and a first down. On a triple pass behind the line Captain Swanson ran the Aggie end for 18-yards. On a tackle-round Lyman broke thru the Aggie line and ran for 35-yirds for another touchdown. Cap-; tain Swanson kicked the goal. Score, Nebraska, 63, Colorado Aggies, 0. v " F. Hartshorn kicked 53 yards to Hartley who returned 23 yards to the Nebraska 31-yard iine. Hartley drove off tackle for 4 yards. A pass from Captain Swanson was intercepted by F. Hartshorn on the 31-yard line. The Aggie star carried the ball 31 yards to a touchdown. Anderson kicked the goal. Score, Nebraska, 63; Colorado Aggies, 7. ' H. McGlasson went In for Preston. Hoy went in for Noble in Nebraska's backfield. F. Hartshorn kicked 45 yards to Swanson who returned 11 to the Nebraska 26-yard line. Hartley broke thru for 14 yards on th next play. Lyman made three more on a tackle round. Wright drove off tackle for 2 yards. Wright ran the Aggie right end for a yard. A forward pass from Hartley to Klemke was incomplete; Lay ton went in for Hoy The AggieS took the ball on downs on the Nebraska 48-yard line. A pass from F. Hartshorn was broken up by Layton. Caldwell failed to gain off tackle.. A pass, F. Hartshorn to Herigsted was good for 7 yards. Hart difference MA Aggies shorn punted 33 yards to Layton, who fumbled and the Aggies recovered on Nebraska's 15-yard line. D. Hartshorn lost a yard around Nebraska's right end. D. Hartshorn was spilled for a 4-yard loss on another try around end. A pass .by F. Hartshorn was Intercepted by Hartley on Nebraska's 15-yard lice. He returned the ball 20 yards to the Nebraska 35-yard line. Yoes went in for Herigsted, and Set by went in for WIgle for the Aggies. Layton ran the Aggies' left end for 9 yards. On a fake punt Hartley drove thru for 3 yards and a first down. Layton ran the Aggies right end for 20 yards carrying the ball to the Aggie 33-yard line. Hartley drove off tackle for 4 yards. Layton ran the Aggie left end for 8 yards and another first down. A pass. Hartley to Swan LINCOLN . See Our Windows The always looked for and time honored Or kin Dress Event t starts here Friday at 9 A, M. 300 New Alluring Makes of a Season Famed for lis Dress Smartness, going at Substantia No $24.75 Dresses Friday and Saturday $18.00 $28.75 Dresses Friday and Saturday $21.00 $34.75 Dresses Friday and Saturday $24.00 $38.75 Dresses Friday and Saturday $28.00 $44.25 Dresses Friday and Saturday $31.00 $48.75 Dresses Friday and Saturday $34.00 $54.75 Dresses Friday and Saturday $38.00 $58.75 Dresses Friday and Saturday $41.00 $64.75 Dresses Friday and Saturday $44.00 , SIOUX 70 to 7 son, was good for another touchdown. The pass was 30 yards and was caught across the goal line. Captain Swanson kicked the goal. Score: Nebraska, 70; Colorado Aggies, 7. Addison went in for Klempke at end for Nebraska. Wenke kicked off 60 yards over the goal line for a touchback. The Aggies put the ball In play on the 20-yard line. Hendrick-son went In for Wenke in Nebraska's line. D. Hartshorn drove off tackle for 4 yards. Strange was substituted for Larrey In the Aggie line. Cald well madej three yards off tackle. F Hartshorn hit Nebraska's right side for 2 yards. The game ended with the Aggies in possession of the bail on their own 30-yard line. Final score: Nebraska. 70; Colorado Aggies 7. The lineup: M. WASSERMANN, Mor. Greater More Comprehensive More Muring Sale event could be imagined than we are presenting here for two wonderful days .starting Friday morning at 9 A. M.. Reductions for Street and Afternoon Dresses! And 300 Orkins Smartest Frocks involved it's a sale that will startle Lincoln a sale that brings those economies not usual until after Christmas. We are prepared to handle great v throngs, but advise you to come early. FRIDAY and SATURDAY These Sale Prices CITY , NEW m T n ' f Trv. 5 iVJl A K- J! IRed Nebraska Colo Aggies 8wansoa (c) .....Is............ Hinds Lyman It Hous Pucelik Ig alcMichaol Peterson ........... e .......... . Pitcher. Berquist ..........rg. ........ .. V1U Wenke ,..........rt. ............. Bain Scherer . ...re. ..... Hertesteti Preston ...... ....ab..... Msthison DeWlts lb....... TX Hartshorn Wrigst ..rh F. Hsnshorn Hartley fb Caldwell Refers Walter Eckerss.ll. Chicago. ' Umpire Burch. Head Hnesmaa Voong. Substitutions: Colorado Armies, Anderson for kfathtsoir; Carey for House: Torrey for Hinds; Meyers for Pitcher: Voce for Herlirsted; Eelby for Wlgls; Strange tor Torrey. Nebraska: Noble for Wright: Russell for Preston: Hendrlckson for Wenke; Addison for Klempke; Layton for Hoy; H. McGlasson for Preston: Hoy for Noble. Toorhdownv Hartley.. Wright. Swanson. X: DeWlts. ti Russell. Lyman. Noble. 1; F. Hartshorn. Goals from touchdown: Bwanson, t; !. Wits. 1: Anderson. 1. Officials: Walter Eckersall. Chicago, referee: Burch, rlham college, umpire. Voung. Wesleyan. head linesman. . The application of Mra Msdelynno Oben-chaln for a writ of mandst directing the superior court her to. reator ber to liberty was dismissed. OMAHA 1 . Compare Our Values hr- notions Sale Notes n JN preparation for this, ' th biggest dress gala of . the season. extra sales people will be at your service Friday morning, at a. m. No matter bow great the temptation we ' ask that you choose only such dresses as you will keep because It Is our desire to make every sale final. n n tt t rVn& smartest modes' that the eastern stylo. Ists have brougrht forth this season are Included In this wonderful reduction sale. - v a a n a rpHERE are dresses of, silk In canton crepe, chameuse. satin, crepe black satin and other wanted fabric lr the silk collections At BubstanUaJ reductions. u tx n n QUSVKK tittle wool i roc kg with contrast-Ins; colors, make up just one of the sale assortments and they are priced at SI 8. 00. In the. wool collection are smartest trlcotlne, tailored frocks, pot ret twill and twll cord fabrics that are just now at the helghth of fashion. ' i a tt a a pOR the MIm there are charming; exclu sire frocks from such celebrated makers as House of Youth for the matron there are all sizes to choose from as the saie opens. a a a a Take warning; be early. YORK

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