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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1893)
our old-time rival, who for four yearn has
played on Doane's team, will be with us. He
is a good player and will add to the strength
of our team.
The manager, A. J. Weaver, though a new
man, is well known. . His selection was a
fortunate one. He has played on the North
western team and has seen the best games
in the east, between Yale, Harvard, Prince
ton, Cornell and University of Pennsylvania.
A better man cold not have been selected.
Several of the old players are conspicu
ously absent and will be missed, but their
places will soon be filled by new men, and
the pioneers in foot-ball here, will be forgot
ten. In our first three years we lost but a
single game, and that only by a score of 14
to 12, and in that game the quarter-back,
one-half and two line men were subs and al
most wholly ignorant of the game. Last
year we ranked second in the Western
League, yielding only to the Jayhawkers. One of our old friends, the Daily Cardinal,
To the faculty and students we wish to say f the University of Wisconsin, has appeared,
that much depends upon you. The boys We noted one peculiarity not so much in the
must play the game, but it is your duty to see paper as in the school. There is a two col-
that they lack no support that could add to umn account of a game of HAsE-ball, but not
their success. On vour support may depend a word about foot-ball. It must be spring
He wrote a charming little verse,
And trimmed it up with care,
Then sent it to the printer man
With grave and solemn air;
Hut when the next he saw his pet
He raved and tore his hair.
Vox oh, that dreadful printer man
Simply threw it into type,
And when it came forth from the press
"Delightful" rhymed with "ripe."
The "singing lark" that soared aloft
Was changed into a "snipe."
No more that embryo poet grave
The lines of verse does scan,
Hut with his gun 'cross his arm,
With shot and powder can,
Through all the changing days and years,
Hunts for that printer man.
S. V. I. (JuM.
the result of this year's games. It is to be
hoped that every student will join the Ath
letic Association. We wish to thank you,
chancellor and members of the faculty, for
your generous support last year, and hope
your interest may not diminish, but increase.
We are pleased to learn that among the
new members of the faculty are some foot--ball
enthusiasts. We assure the faculty that
any advice you may give the boys, or friend
ly interest you may take in them, will be
yet up in Wisconsin.
There in these time a great No.
Of people, who have to inco.
Themselves with a lioux
Little debts that are dioux
So they have to get out and saw lo.
From the University of Kansas we receive
the Courier and the Student's Journal.
Through their editorial columns these two
Each member of the faculty and each stu- papers seem to be debating the important
dent of the Uninersity who is loyal to our in
stitution will attend the games if possible.
Following is the schedule of this year's
Lincoln, October 21, Neb. State vs. Doane.
Lincoln, Oct. 28, Neb. State vs. Baker.
Denver, Nov. 4, Neb. State vs. D. A. C.
K. C, Nov. 11, Neb. State vs. Mo, State.
Lincoln, Nov. :8, Neb. State vs. Kan. State.
Omaha, Nov. 30, Neb. State vs. la. State.
question whether " late dances and expensive
banquets" are to be compared to the " mild
form of social life found in church recep
tions." This column is betting its chewing
gum on the " late dai.ces." No "mild' form
of social life' goes at the K. S. U. If you
don't believe it, ask Harvey Heald or ' Par
son" Holmes, or some other member of the
old base ball team.
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