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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1894)
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A Weekly NtVrspnner Issued Ercry Friday Noon
(vt!h University of Nefornskn.
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KNTKUIfc A8 SKCOM1-CI.AII8 MAM MATTK1I.
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A. 11. Uon KdltoHn-Chlet
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A(Ulrcg nil Communications to Tiik Nkmubkan,
Unlvewlty of Nohr&skn.
Tiik i5jicnnASKAN will bo found on sale nt tlio
I following new stands:
I.. iJtlftad. IIS South Klcwnth Strcot,
TrnnV linTlel, 1020 O Stroet.
Alllo"S CMf. 5 North Tenth Street,
12rt janp, laoa O Street.
Tboro is no denying tho fact that
the .University of Nobmska is wo
f ully lucking in thoso qualities that
goCto make up a groat college.
Chief among theso is tho lack or
rnther tho uttor failuro of the stu
dtjntc to contribute toward tho sup
port of athletics and tho foot ball
Ujani. The Nehkaskan has been
ashamed to publish tho fact that
llifc aversigo amount contributed by
each student to this fund is some
thing like five cents a piece. How
dous that sound for an institution
of this size? Ropoat it over five
cents u head. It sounds worse.
Eye witnesses of tho 'Missouri
game said it was a disgrace to the
state of Nebraska for tho universi
ty tp send out men in such nigs as
ouivmen wcro at that game.
An effort is being made to pro
euro sweaters and stockings for the
team. Besides adding to their ap
pcariuicc, it will make the mem
bers pf tho team feel like men, and
not like a motly sot of paupers.
eaVt afford to have Iowa,
jf, and Missouri, or in fact,
tho wliolo West, pointing tho finger
of scorn at Nebraska's scat of
learning. Let us be up and doing.
A benefit concert of some sort
would probably be a drawing card.
We must do something before
Thanksgiving. Carl Burnham can
tako care of any donation you nuiy
desire to make.
Let some of us put our heads to
gether and see that the boys don't
go naked to Omaha.
One of the greatest faults of our
present system of choosing rep
resentatives for the Kansas-Nebraska
debate, is in tho fact that a
large number register and do not
put in an appearance at tho de
bate. This necessitates a complete
rc-arrangement of the programs
find causes much confusion.
In the series of debates just
closed tjicre were thirty-two con
testants (registered. Of this num
ber only seventeen, about one-half,
appeared. As a result, ono whole
program had to bo declared off and
nearly all tho others were mixed up.
;- . Ther &ill always bo in the fu
tin" - sifjucicnt number of contest
ants to make the debates successful
if rightly conducted. Tho only
question is, how to limit tho num
ber of debaters, and to bo absolute
ly suro that those who register
will appear. Some systom should
undoubtedly bo adopted before
At Iho timo of writing thisnrti
clo wo do not know what our front
page will disclose as to tho result
of tho Nebraska-Kansas foot ball
game. But wo know this much,
that tho members of our foot ball
team have labored liko (logs,
against tho greatest odds, for tho
sake of upholding tho honor of tho
tho foot ball field.
Whatovor may bo tho result of
tho throe games played abroad, tho
students owo it to tho team to show
somo appreciation for their efforts.
A good long rope and a couple of
carriages, accompanied by an en
thusiastic crowd, are tho articles
with which tho team should bo mot
on its return. This was suggested
by the Chancellor when we played
Denver last year, but tho team re
turned on Sunday and the scheme
But this is tho thing wo want to
do. Show tho boys that their ef
forts are appreciated and they can
play bettor ball.
Tho Omaha Gamo.
The game at Omaha Saturday
was not so one sided as tho score
would seem to indicate. Lincoln
had to earn all her touch-downs.
But it was interesting that is,
from a Lincoln standpoint The
Y. M. C. A. boys are much lighter
and less experienced, of course,
but they played foot ball all the
Yes, it was interesting. It was
5i whole circus to watch Flip.
"When he went through the line it
was eight or ten yards, very often
more He wouid walk forward
aways, stop, fall down, bounce
forward, get up, stumble along,
and finally be downed by muiio one
grabbing him by the feet. Hut
then he always measured his length
ahead, lie made two of the six
Every time the ball was kicked
oiF it was brought back nearly to
the center by good interference.
Then it was enl runs and buck
ing the line until the goal was
reached. At one time when the
ball was within eight yards of
Omaha's goal lino, it was given to
Frank, who wriggled out of the
arms of three men who tackled
him on the way. and planted it
behind the goal posts. Tho ball
was given to Frank only once for
a punt. He sent it fifty yards.
Omaha's touch-down was secured
on a tluke. The ball had been
downed but Burdick grabbed it
and put it over the line. None of
tho Lincoln team went after him,
as they thought it would not be al
lowed, hut the children were hu
mored to this extent.
It was shortly afterward, when
tho ball had been put into play,
that it was fumbled near the cen
ter. Yon I grabbed it anil started
for the goal, with a Y. M. C. A.
man at his heels, with hi arm out
stretched, just barely touching
Yont's back. Then there ensued
a fifty yard dash. The distance
between the outstretched hand and
Yont's back slowly increased, and
when tho goal lino was reached,
Yont had beaten him by a yard.
It was a noble run and gained
hearty applause. Dern also made
a touch-down in this half. The
first half ended 28 to tl.
The Y. M. C. A.'s nearly se
cured another touch-down in tho
second half. They brought it to
our ton yard line and then fumbled.
Frank fell on it, and it was grad
ually worked down toward the cen
ter again. After tho first half,
our boys became a little bit lax,
and did not work so hard, which
accounts for their only securing
one touch-down. Tho ball went
over in Fair's hands.
Michigan 22, Kansas 14. Gamo
Whore will wo bo at when wo
meet Ottawa? In the lato gamo
with Missouri tho score reads, Otta
wa 28, Missouri 9.
For tho benefit of tho spectators,
a step-ladder, or what resembles
ono in size, has been orected near
tho side lino of the Omaha park.
Tho foot ball world has boon
startled. There was a bald headed
man in tho Omaha team. No
wonder thoy couldn't play foot
Tho alumni of tho U. of N. at
Omaha wore afflicted by Carl
Burnham's gall, so tho boys rode
out to tho park in a 'bus, and two
dollars added to tho athletic fund.
Charlie Thomas has been coach
ing tho team during the past week,
When Mr. Thomas can take a col
lege liko Doano, where they have
to borrow throe men to (ill out an
eleven, and coach the slid eleven so
. Well, Charlie's all right.
The team plays with Ottawa, tho
former Haker team, and probably
with the Topeka athletic club bo
fore returning. "Sport Elliott,"
who has left to report the games
for theNr.UDASKAN, will see that
the results are telegraphed to us at
tho earliest moment.
THEY'RE GOOD FELLOWS
Somo Moro Who HavG Paid up
Another goodly sum has been
raised and given to the manager of
the foot ball team. Too much
credit cannot be given to those who
have a little enthusiasm and show
it in this material way. The
names of those who have paid since
the last list was printed, are:
C. H. Welden 2 00
G. A. Johnston 1 00
II. C. Shears 1 00
C. II. True 0
(i. L. Town 7J
A. M. Handolf 1 00
T. II. Martin nO
Fred Hall 1 00
V. P. Sheldon n 00
E. A. Dull' .10
.1. A. Cantield, ,Jr 2 00
P A l?v.m n
11. W. Kobiuson 1 00
II. E. Xewbranch o0
W.E.Brooks I 00
C. E. Adams ,Jr 1 00
C. C. Culver 1 00
II. A. Keeso 00
Dick Reed I 00
W. II. llayw rd I 00
McDowell 2 00
The following merchants have
contributed the amount set oppo
site their names:
J. A. llarloy, druggist 10
.las. McDonald 10
Kosco Pound 10
Ewing Clothing Co ;"
Chas. Gregory, coal o
Browning, King & Co "
II. W. Brown, druggist T
K. W. Miller .' f
Among the late publications of
the Christian Associations is a neat
card containing a bulletin of the
meetings, a list of the university
Bible classes, the new lecture
course, and general information.
Strictly In It.
Tho Chicago, Union Pacific and
Northwestern line oilers the best
accommodations to the traveling
public en route to Chicago.
Through trains, fast time, magnifi
cent sleeping cars, elegant dining
cars, colonist sleepers, reclining
chair cars and handsome day
coaches. City ticket office, 1044
The Latest Brands
And a Now and Choice Stock
always on hand.
NEWS STAND IN CONNECTION.
Sutton & Hollowbush
HOT and OpvTA
. COLD DJLJr..
Alwayo opoiinltor Society MoethiRR.
Books and Stationery,
College Text- Books,
And a Completo Stock ot
STANDARD AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
127 South Eleventh Street.
Students who Patronize.
Will never regret it. They sell Stylish Clothing at Uoasoimblo Prices
1136 O Street.
J. II. EVANS, Piost. ami Tiens.
Evans Laundry Company,
:i&7, :iwo, am x. iuui suvoot.
Telephone 109. LilNTOOTiN. 3ST1BB.
THE PALACE DINING HALL
1 77; I'llOI'lill VMVN loiwt.vour inciil.
2S5Sl.ir.CIAl. llATlttS TO S'l'L'OH'.N't'S.E:
Al.l. YOUU I'Kl.l.OW STUIIHNTS 111) Villi lll'.llK. THY US.
1 1 3 O N Street.
Baker's Clothing House,
COMPLETE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS AND YALISES. ss
Suite nmdo to orJor la Custom Dopartmont. Enllro Batlst&otlon guaranteed.
Special Discount to Students. 1039 O Street.
A $135 Sterling Wheel.
A coupon ticket rIvch tinny with every cash
pnrchnxc ol '.'. tent. New I.ansino 1'imrmact,
HICKS llltOS., I'nora.. Cor. 13th and P.
MADE TO HTUDKNT8 ON Al.l,
Curvtul attention given to (Iroups.
I'l-IIC 10 LI Tin STUDIO,
i-iii So. nth St T. W. TOWNSEND, Prop.
1115 P Street, Lincoln.
CnnU, rroRrnrnR, InvltntloiiR. Good Work,
DR. T. O'CONNOR,
(Successor to Dr. Chns Sunrlno.)
Cures Cancers, Tumors,
Wenn, nnd 1'Utulnn without the uku ot
Knife, Chloroform, or lUher.
Office 1300 O St.,
LINCOLN, - NE1UUSKA.
At 10 lO Street,
IS THE BARBER SHOP FOR STUDENTS
G-IVK US A. TRIAL.
I iTTi i i i ii iiYiB
C. C. QU1GGI.K, Sec'y ami Mr.
A. G. OSMER, Prop.
1020 O St.
First National Bank,
Capital, - - $400,000.00
Surplus, - - lOO.OOO.OO
N. S. HAUWOOn. I'reiltleiit.
(Ml AS. A. II NN. Vloo President.
F. M COOK.CiiHhlei-.
C. S. UI'I'INCOTT. nnd
.1. . ritlCI'.MAN. Avst. Cashiers.
N. S. llnrwood. J. I). Mncfnrland.
V. M Clnrkc. T. M. Mnrqoette.
flin. A. Ilnnnn. John 11. Ames.
John FIIZKoralil. It. Ii. Moore.
I) V. Cook. O. T. Hocks.
I M. Cook. J. I.. Cnrson.
A. II. Clnrk.
113 North 13th Street,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, AND HEWS
Lemonade, Milk Shake,
CIDER, AND OTHER SOFT DRINKS.
J. E. HOWE, Prop.
J. 11. Wrlk'ht, F. K. Johnson. J. H. McClftjr,
President. Vic President. Cashier.
John A. Ames, Asst. Cash.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
A. 8. Ilaymond. Chns. West. Thos, Cochrai
Rutchins & Hyatt
AT REDUCED RATES.
1040 O Street, Telephone 225,
N. W. Cor. 1 2th and N Streets.
C. A. Shoemaker, M.D.
(D. OF N. '80.)
Office, No. 1 134 L Street, Gr6und Float
Hours, 7 to 9 A.M.; x to 3 and 7 to 8 P.M.
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