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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1901)
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TllK FRESHMAN TRAM.
Coach Lohmcr of t li e fresh
man tcnm an Ruceccdcn in organiz
ing a HtronR agRrcBatlon or " pig
Hkin pushera" nmonir the lower class
men. A special cllort was necessary to
got a satisfactory lineup. No man
had ajuifflolont history bcnlnd him to
guarantee him a position. This faot
made tho plaolng of the men a vory
difficult problem and has serlousiy
handicapped tho work or the team.
These difficulties, however, have
ah been surmounted and tho members
of tho team are redoubling their
efforts to make a strong showing
against the sophomores when tlicv
meet them NovomUer 20.
The High hchool scrubs defeated
tho team in a practice- game last
Monday by a score or f to 0. This
gamo merely showed the weak points
In tho team, and these have been
filled by nettor men. The team work
Is good on offensive work, but the
dcrcnslve needs strengthening oefore
the class games are played.
IMcKle at tho left guard is the
heaviest man on tho team. lie plays
sub center, on tho 'varsity and Is
looked unrn as "prodiiry" In footoall
circles. Ho hails from Ashland and
is known by the boys undor the
familiar title or "llaby Hlcklo."
Frag In is an experienced man In the
line. Ho lias played center and
tfiiard on tho scrubs for two years.
Ho Is slated for right guard.
McDonald, quarterback. Is a Lin
coln iiiRh school boy. lie has a good
leg for punting and is a fast snappy
man. He plays quarterback for the
Carney at center, played several
years on the Sutton high school
team. Ho lias plenty weight and ex
perience for the position.
McShane loTt end, Is an ex-Omaha
high school player. He Is effective
in breaking up interference aud
usually gets his man.
Captain Havens played on tho
South Oman j high school team sev
eral years. At quarter back ho Is
sure in passing the ball.
Jay nes. loft half and managci Is a
fast man behind the line. He played
on Omaha high school toam several
Curtis, at right tac!:1e, is an ag
gressive player and smashes Inter
ToruBon, loft tackle. Doles Doruler,
center, Dferjsinoro, loft guard, uin
din right Cackle and Uandall at left
ondare experienced men. All have
playcn on local high school teams.
Douglas and Currio in the back
Held with Jaynes will insuro a snoody
sot or backs. These men with propor
support In the lino, are good ground
The line wld bo stronhgtcnoa much
as possiblaberore the game with
the Sopomores. Tuts contest t6 be
played IIov. 20decldes what team
will play tho Seniors at a later dato
t dccldo tho'class championship for
ho j oar.
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A prominent Chinaman died tho
ther day lu Bouton- and IiIb fellow
.Mintrymcir, according to tholr custom,
irepared to bury him with the rites
if their race and religion. The cof
in was placed on treaties In the mld
Jle of the street. At its head stood
a small table on which were platters
containing roast pigs, a fowl and other
food. At the foot lay a mat. From the
houses on either 8ides"the friends of
tho dead man came, in white gar
ments to burn Joss-sticks and offer
prayerB. Tho dead man's son. also
robed in white, came out alono, and
loosening tho long hair of his queuo
until It hung about IiIb face, knelt
sobbing on the mat. The Chinese as
w see them are a stoical people, Jjut
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er In fact as well as In name, and If
bearing counts for anything, so, too,
irore some of the dead man's friends.
Wenntlme a crowd of white men was
fathering on tho Bldewallc. and In a
The THg Tiw rseqiroia gtganteaj Ib
nature's forest masterpiece, and, as far
as I know, the greatest of living
things. It belongs to an ancient stock,
as Its remains In old rocks show, and
has a strange air of other days about
it a thoroughbred look. Inherited
from the long ago, the auld lang syno
of trees. The Pacific coast in general
is the paradise of conifers. Here near
ly all of them are giants, and display
a beauty and magnificence unknown
elsewhere. The climate is mild, the
ground never freezes, and moisture
and sunshine abound all the year
Nevertheless, it is not easy to account
for the colossal size of tho sequoias.
The largest are about 300 fecTh1gh and
thirty in diameter. Who of all tho
dwellers of the plains, and prairies,
and fertile home forests of round-
hendod oak and maple, hickory and
elm, ever dreamed that earth could
boar such growths trees that the fa
miliar pines and firs seam to know
nothing about lonely, allont, soreuo,
with a physiognomy almost godlike,
and so old thousands of them still liv
ing had counted their years by tens of
centuries when Columbus set Bail from
Spnin, and were In the vigor of youth
or middle age when the atax led the
Chaldean sages to the Infant Savior's
cradle? As far as man li concerned,
they' are the samo yesterdajj, to-day,
and forever emblems of permanence.
John Mulr, in Atlantic.
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