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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1895)
Ym.. IV. No. !
UNIVKKS1TY OK NMWKASKA, LINCOLN, OCTOUICU IS, sn;,.
Puion f Cknts
IT OUGHT TO BE A TIE
NV.nnASKA NOT OUTPLAYED
tumble, n Touchdown on n Fluke nml n
Knk Otrttlon C!ve Hutlc the
Qme The Score
The University football team was
defeat-.! hv tho athletic association
team of Utl, MuuU,,ly Uio scon) of
lrt to . Wednesday afternoon, on the
latlor's grounds nt lint to. Despite tlio
one sided score, Nebraska was consid
erably in it, and lt fornn unfortunate
fumble and unjust umpiring, the mm
would hao been lied.
Unite Iihs boon lu practice nil sum
nid' long and tlioy wont into tin game
t. win. Their wicked and vicious
., Minj is attested by tlio fact that
time or our players wore ii jured and
. ; the Hold. None of them woro sot-
nusly injured, howovor.
Tho lino up:
1.1 i IK kkaska
1- in); loft cud Whipple
.iut left tackle Shedd
IMhAtn left guard. .WUson(Cnpt)
Minili right end Shuc
lulls right tackle Hay ward
Woi-s right guard Thomas
;,Mtigley centre.... Keller
Ku hards.. . . quaitcr-back l'ncknrd
llrookstCnpt). . .left half King
Cillis right hnlf . . .Jones
Lnsw ell full hack Pair
lluttc substitutes: Hoycc, Mncpher
son and Griffith. Nebraska substitutes:
Thomas, Thorpe and Wiggins
Untie took the ball alter the kick off
and in twenty minutes scored a touch
down, mainly by bucking tho line.
When within foity-llve yards of Neb
raska's goal line, the Butte heavy lull
back wont through a hole axii. scored, a
touchdown, from which a goal was
kicked. Score, Uutte fl, Nebraska 0.
Nebraska kicked the ball nearly to
Butte's lino. They brought it back
several yards by bucking the line. Then
b an accidental play, Urooks, left half,
got through the line. With a clear
Held he had little trouble in scoring a
touchdown. Goal being kicked, the
score was, Butto 12. Nebraska 0.
No further scoring was don in tho
When Nebraska scouted tlio ball after
t lie kick off in the second half, steady
iiid runs, aided by some of our famous
nterference, took tlio ball to within
- .venty yards ot Hutte's line beloro
iliey got it on downs. They did not
l-ivp it very long and Nebraska soon
wished it over. Fair kicked goal.
re, Butto 12, Nebraska tt.
Dm the next kickoff Nebraska got
ilic ball and lopeated the foimer dose,
Mkiug it within fifteen yards of their
ppououts goal line. Butte secured the
all on an unfortunate fumble and car-
icd it quite a distance. Then on a
iluke they scored a touchdown. The
umpire allowed it, despite a strong kick
iroin Nebraska. Failure to kick goal
left the scors, Uutte 10, Nebraska fl. It
remained so until time was called.
The team's failure to win at Hutto
has caused no lack of confidence in
their ability among their lriends at
home. While defeat was unexpected,
jet ever, one looks upon tho bright side
oi it and jays, "Well, it's not a league
game and don't count." Hutte's lino
averages 210 pounds, to each man. Our
boys are touexpected to go through a
wall. So much beef is sure to count,
whore it is used to tho climate, while
Nebraska had this difllculty to add to
SECOND ELEVEN IN IT.
The second eleven left for Hastings
Thursday evening to meet the Y. M.
C. A. club of that city in a foot ball
game Friday afternoon, Everyone is
glad to know that a foot a game has
been arranged for them, as tho boys
who battle against tho "big men" in
the first eleven ought to got a few of
the benefits tho foot ball players fall
heir to. The line-up will probably be
as follows: Uowman, 1. e.; Seargear.t,
1. 1.; Kindler, 1. g.; Humphrey, c.. Pol
lard, r. g.; Corr, r. t; McKay, r. e.;
Npooner, quarter back; John Cameron,
r. It.; Ouvy, 1. It.; Phillips, f. b. Sub
stitutes: Hroady, end or tackle;
THE SIOUX OITY QAMB.
Tho Nebraska University football
team "played" with tho athletic asso
ciation team of Sioux City, last Satur
day on tho hitter's ground The Hue
up was as follows:
SIOVN CITY. NKHUASKA
C. Marks right end Thorpe
0? Hauer l ' r,Rht lok, ' w,ml
Wright right guard . . Hud .lones
Williams center Dungnn
Tiodoinun .... left guard.. Wilson, Cap.
Cleland left tackle Shedd
Caton lett olid. .Thomas Shuo
Sawyer quarterback ....Packard
Howell... . left hair back ..Wiggins
linker full back Fair
Marks, Cap. right half back... 11. .lones
The score, Nebraska s. Sioux CitvO:
touch downs, Fair 2, Dungun 1, shedd
1, Wilson 2, Thomas 1, total 7; goals
Shedd fi. Paekaid put up a still game
at quarter. Two good runs are cred
ited to liliii. one of ten yards and An
other of thirty.
DELTA TAU DELTA RECEPTION.
One of tho prettiest receptions of tho
season was given by the Delta Tan
Deltas at their chapter house, Twonty
llfth and H streets, to Chancellor and
Mre. McLean and the alumni of Uio
lraternity and their wives, Tuesday
It was the first chance the outside
world had had to see the new chapter
house, and its comforts and elegance
aroused envy in many souls- The
rooms are huge and handsomely fur
nished, and Tuesday night, under tho
soft glow of the lighlshed from purple,
white and gold shades (tho fraternity
colors), with cheery fires burning in
the grates, and with a profusion of
scarlet and cream roses, they presented
a particularly attractive appearance.
The table where tho ices were served
was covered with carnations and pan-
si us, the latter being the fraternity
Mr. Gillman and Mr. Riley, tho new
initiates were in evidence, receiving
the congratulations of the crowd.
Tho Delts are such royal entertain
ers that it is superfluous to say that
everyone had a spl-ndid time.
Those receiving were Eugene Hrown
and Robert Manly Miss JoLottridge
served the refreshments, which con
sisted of ices.
FA LLS CITY CLUB.
Last Friday evening, at the call of
Prof. Reese, superintendent of the
Falls City public schools, the students
of that place attending the State Uni
versity met in the parlors of the Lin
doll hotel to organize a Falls City Uni
versity club. There were about fifteen
present and an organization was ef
fected with the following officers:
President, W. S. Hutchhigs; Vice
President, Miss Emma Boose; Secre
tary, L. M. Weaver; Treasurer, Zeno
Elijah Crook; Executive Hoard, Allen
1). May, John Hoose, Miss Fannie Mor
ton. Black and led, the colors of the
Fallj City high school, were adopted as
the colors of the club. Prof. Reeco and
Miss Anna Thomas, a teacher in the
Lincoln high school, upon motion of
A. J. Weaver, were elected honorary
THE POLYTECHNIC ALL RIGHT.
In response to a request fiom the
managers of the Lincoln Polytechnic
institute, to investigate their standard
with a view to being placed upon the
list of accredited schools, tho commit
tee of the faculty on such matters took
tho matter in hand, and Wednesday
Prof Fling spent the day in looking
over the new institution.
lie reports everything satisfactory.
The president and director, he says,
aio doing their best to establish a first
class preparatory school, more than the
equal of many of the high schools of
the state. It is not a normal school,
but what its name indicates, a "poly
The report will undoubtedly bo en
tirely satisfactory to the faculty and
booh tho new institution at Hawthorne
will practically take the place of our
preparatory department .
REGISTRATIONS ARE CLOSED
Required Number In Knch DlvUlon-l'rermra.
t!on for the Vrcllmtnnrttft In I'roGres
QueMlon Selecteil-SMen Chtnen.
Preparations for the preliminary
Kansas-Nebraska debate are rapidly
being completed. The registrations
have closed and tho full number for
each dhision has been secured. Yet
some have dropped out, leaving two or
throe vacancies that will probably not
There are eight men in each division
or should bo. Each division selects its
own question, and sides are taken by
mutual agreement. As so many have
changed from tho alllrinatlvo to tho
negative, and vice versa, the sides taken
are not given in the following list of
divisions and debaters. Tlio exact
wording of tho questions could not bo
obtained and may be wrong in some
Tho debaters in tlio first division are
J, K. Heattle, 11. V. tjuaintance, W.
II. Our-, S W. Piukerton. V. R.
McLucas, It. II. Graham, W. T. El
more and J. Castor. Tliuir question
is: Resolved, That tho judgo is more
competent to render decisions in enuitv
cases than a jury.
The second division embraces J. U.
McGutTy, Clint Barr, Arthur Mayer, P.
A. Powers, P. J. Maguire, Chas. KuliU
man, Mitchell and Colonmn. Tneir
question is: Resolved, That tho United
JstaUs Congress should enact a law
providing lor the establishment of a
board for the compulsory adjustment
of all labor disputes.
The third division comprises L. J.
Abbott, it. s. Illint, .1. W. Searson, J
H. Lien, H. E. NWimi.-itf,; Adam Me"
Mullen, A. L. Brown and F. Rogers.
Question: Resolved, That Cleveland
was justified in his action regarding
the recent bond issues.
The fourth division is composed of
A. W. Meier, II. P. Leavitt, A. J.
Weaver, W. II. Rhodes, F. W. Will
iams, N. C. Abbott and R. S. Baker.
Question: Resolved, That it should
bo the policy of the United States to
increase its domain.
Artillery detachments for artillery
practice witli the new breech load
ing cannon will soon be formed. A
cavalry squad is also contemplated.
New cadets are now strictly subject
to all regulations of the battalion and
awkwardness or ignorance of what is
required of them will be reported if
any such is exhibitod.
The new cadets will soon be placed
with the companies to drill there the
first half of tho hour. The remainder
of tho period will be spent in drilling
Honorable discharges for all cadets
who have drilled the required three
years have been prepared and are now
being given to tho men. They are in
imitation sheepskin and resemble a
diploma in many ways. In fact they
are meant for diplomas. They are
made out in the rank that the cadets
held when their required drill was com
pleted. If a man drills his fourth year
as a captain his discharge is made out
as a sergeant.
ANBNT THE SOMBRERO.
If some good, energetic work is going
to secure an Annual for '97, the com
mittee of ton selected for that purpose
is going to present a feasible plan for
the production of that article at the
next class meeting. Numbers of this
committee are very desirous that all
should have a chance to subscribe for
ono or a dozen. Anyone who is willing
to take one should thus encourage the
project by seeing that their name is
down, so a good showing can be made
in tho committee's report. Names
should be handed to one of the follow
ing persons who constitute this committee-
Fred Hall, chairman; Misses
Eva O'Sullivan, Sue Plllsbury and May
Rhodes; Messrs. Steve Corey, I. s.
Cutter, Chas. Knhhnan, J. P. Cameron,
II. C. Parmeleoand R S. linker.
Tho coinuMtteo met yeslerday af
ternoon and arranged for some sys
tematic work. Sub-committees were
appointed, one to solicit among tho
faculty, one among tho students and
one among tho alumni. A eomnUito
and definite report is expected at tho
next class meet lug.
FIRST STUDENTS' RECITAL.
Tlie first recital for the season of
ISuiMW by th- students of the Univers
ity School of Music wasclven Wodniw-
day night in chapel. As these reeUals
are true, a largo audience always gleets
the musicians. The sizo of the audi-
ence present Wednesday was nooxeop-
The program , which was especially
well rendered, was as follows:
Walt for Mandolins- Daughter of
University Mandolin Club.
Piano Solo-Rourroo front :hd 'Cel
lo suite Hach
Soprano Solo What are These
lhat are Arrayed V..O. B. Brown
"' sn0 wilSTSong Up.-
Soprano Solo-Tho Gal of Heaven
Violin Solo Sounds from tho Ty-
roleso Mountains Kafka
May Hullo llagenow.
Soprano Solo Ora pro nobis
Piano Solo La Chnsserosse. .Storberg
Contralto Solo Calm is the Night
Piano Solo Grand Valse, Op- HI,
No. 2 Chopin
Reports or attendance from the
heads of the various departments are
nearly all in. The following report
shows the number registered for each
department, compared with this time
last year. The Greek and Electrical
department reports are not yet in, and
are not given.
American History 130
Civil Engineering 5S
English Literature 41S
European History 33S
German Language 454
Manual Training 27G
Physical Training 705
Political Science So
Romance Languages 305
The joint society of the three liter
ary societies will give a program one
week from tomouow evoniiur. Satur
day, October 20. Besides several ex
cellent musical and literary numbers
there will be a short play. The farce has
an interesting title, ,4A Proposal Un
der Difllciilties," and tlio conscientious
hard work that is being put in upon it
bespeaks good results. Miss Elizabeth
Thompson of the Palladian, Miss Horn
ol the Delian and Messrs. Keene Ab
bott and Norman Shreve of the Union
societies i .opose the cast. No admis
sion is charged and all are cordially in
vited. Go to Constancor'H barber shop, 1010 O
stioet. First class workman employed.
Ed Young's for now olgars, pipes and
tobacco 1204 O street.
Don Camoron's lunoh counter, 118
South Klovcnth Btreet.
A CHANGE IN PLANS
MISSOURI GAME AT ST. JC
Powltily n Proportion Krom the Crescent City
Alhlettc AtocUUon Will Ue
Accepted Tho Term.
Tho chances for a change in the lo
cation of tho Missouii-Nebraska game,
which is scheduled for Omaha Novem
her 'J, are qulto possible. Wednesday
Manager Sheldon received a telegram
from the nuuugors of the Crescent
City Athletic club ot St. Joe, Missouri,
guaranteeing all expenses and the en
tire net gale receipts of the game to
the clubs it thoy would play the game
on tho scheduled date on tho associa
tion's grounds in St. Joe. Tho tele
gram was forwarded to Sheldon and
Whipple, and what thoy will do with
the proposition is yet mere conjecture.
If dfUnitoarrangenients have not
been made ith the Omaha parties, a
change 111 location is quite possible.
Tho managers have a bono to pick
with the Omaha people, as they are
charging tliem oue-foui th the gale re
eeipts tor the use of tho grounds tor
ono afternoon. This amounts to
about $-100 rem for a half day s u&e of
l ue at. Joe association is not going
into tl tor any money, as is evident
110111 tltcir eiins. If tlie game can be
given under llieir auspices it will be a
greal Hung tor them. Tho club is
wealthy aim tho boys would bo IreMed
in royai style. Ail the club wants is
me gloiy 01 securing such an attrac
tion tor ihe fet. Joe lovers of sport.
It win soon be known how tho mat
ter is tu be sellleii, as it must bo done
WILL PLAY DOANE.
The" foot ball inanagers"are Melcfhi-
iued to have a game Willi Doane, but
have been holding back for as good
tonus to play at Crete as wo ottered
them to play hero. Our oiler was a
gu.irautee ot S1O0. It was $10 last
vear. Doane claims the championship
of the state and insists that wo piay
there for the same guarantee that she
played here last year.
In a communication in a local paper
from Doaue's manager it was suited
that a game might possibly bo "sand-
witched" in with the State University,
though their dates were all full. H
will not bo very hard to arrange a date
that is, for Doane. Following is her
schedule for the rest of the year;
Sioux City A . A October lb
Minnesota State Uni November 9
Ames College November 11
SECOND ELEVEN WIN.
The High school foot ball team lined
up against the second eleven Wednes
day night for two twenty-minute
halves. During the first hnlf the high
school did fairly good offedsive work,
carrying the ball to within six inches of
tlie second eleven's goal. They could
get not one inch more, for the second
uleven boys "woke up and played the
defensive successfully until they got
the ball. The first half closed with the
high school boys dangerously near our
Tho second half was better for us,
for the high school boys got tired. We
made a touchdown in nine, minutes,
and another followed soon after; but
not soon enough to keep the high
school from scoring a safety. Spook
failed to kick goal for the first touch
down, but Phillips did it all right the
next trial. Cameron did some pretty
work as right half, and little Phillips
showed up well. This was the first
chance at real play the second eleven
had had; and. considering everything,
it wasn't bad. Score, 10-2, in favor of
The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co.
have moved their office to 135 So. 11th
Street, where they aro showing their
nkav sionias Nos. 2, a, and 4. If yon
have not examined them come in and
do so. A full line of typewriting sup
plies handled Telephone 431). O. W.
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