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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1897)
Gas Team Constitution.
(lontmnotl Kroin Klrm IMko.)
HOC. ! NIC HOC OtniWllrtBUIOl Hllll
to chnnr-ii from tho Junior pIubr, and
ahull hold olllco during tho aohool year
for which elected.
See. I. Tho board ahull connlBt of
ono momhor from civch olnHB, oxce.pt
tho Honlor hobs, whloh Hhnll have two.
ono of which Hhnll ho tho nrcaldont of
Seo.n. Members of tho honrd ahull ho
ohoaon hy tholr rosnoetlvo olaasoa, and
ahull hold olllco during tho school year
for which elected.
Section I. It shall ho the duty of tho
president to prealdo at all meetings of
tho nsROchitton. He ahull alao proaldo
over the dellhoraUons of tho honrd In
which he shnll huvo tho right to vote.
Sec. 2. It Rhull ho tho duty of tho
secretary-treasurer to hoop a record
of all meetings, and of all moneyB re
ceived and expended hy this associa
tion, and to do aiich other hualueaB as
appertalna to tho olllco,
See. 3. It shall ho tho duty of the
honrd to arrange all schedules for
games, to decide all questions of dls-
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rointivt to .Minies. nn.l to aeeure mil.
plres, referees, etc.
Section 1. Any student shnll ho ollgl
hle to hold olllco In this association, or
to play In any scheduled game who is
regularly registered In tho Unlvorslty.
Sec. !2. Eligibility to representation
In class teams shall ho as follows:
Freshmen must have not more than
two courses of hack work.
Sophomores must hnvo credit for
four courses: juniors, ton, and sonlors,
Sec. 3. In every case the registrar's
record shall he the Imals for determin
ing the credits, and nn momhor of ono
class shnll huvo the right to represent
a lower class.
Section 1. Hoforo any scheduled
game shall he played It shall he re
quired of the two contesting classes to
submit to the hoard the names of all
players one week In advancco f game.
Sec. 2. It shnll he the duty of the
hoard to approve or reject the mimes
of players according as they fulfill or
do not fulfill tho requirements of this
Sec. 3. In every case the names of
players of teams shall he approved hy
the hoard hoforo any scheduled gnmo
shall ho played.
No member shall play In any
scheduled game who has played In a
regular game on the llrst teams.
Tho election of oftlcers shall take
place tho third week of each school
All mbemhers of tho hoard shall he
present before business shall bo trans
acted. ARTICLE X.
These rules mny be amended by n
two-thirds vote of tho board at any
regular meeting, provided the amend
ment shall have been posted one week
FRESH.-SOPH. FOOT HALL.
The second of tho series of games
for the InterclnBS championship will
bo played on tho campus to-morrow
morning. Both teams are evenly
matched, each having several experi
enced players. Following Is the per
sonnel of the two teams :
The foot ball team of the freshman
class Is composed almost wholly of old
material, of men who have played on
high school teams. They have had
vory Httlo team practice, hence team
work will probably be a little ragged.
About half tho team are training with
the second eleven, and In this have a
slight advantage. The backs will be
as follows: Tukey, who needs no in
traduction, will play quarter; Hcffener,
.lir ivlll nlnv full hnu hnd oxnnrlfinpo I
who will play full, has had experience
on tho Kearney high school eleven;
Jeffcry will hold down left half, and
Hart right half. Jeffery captained the
Red Oak (lowa) team last year and
Hart played with York. In them they
have two good men. In the lino
Hewitt will play center. He is unex
perienced, hut full of ginger and very
strong. Woods and Hawley will play
tho guards. Both have had experience
on the second eleven. Conklln, Brown
and Clinton will divide tho tackles he
tween them. Brown has had experi
ence on the South Dakota eleven, he
sides tho training ho has received with
tho second. He Is their host man.
Conklln and Clinton have had experi
ence on the second team. Drain and
Heed will hold down the ends. Dralntlu-
uIiih on tho Roi'otut olovon unit Ih eon-
Hlilcrod vory good. Hood Iiiih luul ox-
porlcnco clmwhoro. Tho town Is rather
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llKht. tlu average weight hclng Iobb
than Jfi5 pounde.
Tho Bophomoro toam Is coinmonclng
to piny foot hull In earnest. Tho mon
thut are coming out to prnctlco aro
showing up In good Bhnpe. Tho
scheduled gumo with tho freshmen hnB
mado the team fool an Interest In play
ing and a determination to win for tho
class what they fool helongs to thorn,
Tho snoro mnilo hy tho two uppor
clnssca In tholr gnmo lnat Saturday has
mndo the players In aophnmoro team
think that nothing Is certain or
cinched hoforo won, Tho tenm will
avorage up well, most of tho men aro
quick and actlvo In tholr playing.
Whut they now nood 1b practice In de
fensive work. While tho line-up Imh
not heen made up, tho tenm will ho
selected from the following: llummol,
ho Mar, Orllllth, Plllshury, (lordon,
Ucbmnnn, Render, Wells, Weasel,
Waterman, l'loughend, Woodruff, Hy
aiiB, and a few others.
The team will depend largely on
straight hard playing and run no
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IINMI till llll.' 11II1JI1, U1I1IUI11I Vlllllll.ll
! working the players hard, and says
ho Is sure of winning.
James WhlU'omb Riley.
I've always uolU'oil groat Miuccsa
mixed with troubles more or Iph.
And It's the tunn who does the heal
That gotrt more kicks than all tho rest.
I lore In Tour Hue from ono of IiIh own
poems Is JnitH'8 Whllcomh Ulluy's IiIok-
ropli.v. llto Is u life which hits been soft
ened and enriched by struggle and lln-
appointment. Mure than any other living
poet, ponaps, no snows uiu vhiuu or a
thump o! fato. We aro upllftod when
brought pour to thoso who huvo been
made liroiitirnl by heroic endurance and
ff'M'llipi W lve llllv MM"" '!
brings in heart to bean with pathelle
character)". Wluit could be more tuiich
Iiik tann his ri'ivrlpllou or tho old father
who "hud nothlu' at nil to cay when ins
daughter nought 10 leave htm for un-
ottn-1? She was his only eomrori. m
witch Imitpluoss; If s'u loft, all the sun-
bine of the old home would leave wit n
hi-r. 'or then was no wife to cheer bis
'onillmTs: et Ids comfort was nothing to
h.m as ioniKtrMl to bis lovwl one s hup-
While Mr. HUey uro aus neea erowneu
with dlllloultles, yet his elilliinoou wis
ennvarnlivoly me of Joy and giadnois.
"Th- poet ihovihI through .i world of
ehlWIiootl." says Wllll.un Dean Uowolls,
"th ehlldhool of that vanished west
tvhWi lav iHtwiHn the Ohio and tho Mis-
slsdnpl. and was. unless memory abuses
my fondness, the hupplost lanu umi e
,r lun vmis under the sun. There was no
vov rich or very poor In that region, but
ar'eminlltv of condition never matched
biforo or since, so that the picture of tho
pmccful, kindly life In ono village family
l the portrait of .all village family life
then and there, except when It Is marred
Vy vice or tainted by guilt." How easily
one Is reminded of Incidents In the boy
hood of tlio poet when reading In bis
"Ithynios of Childhood."
ft Is a book of ooms whloh one reads
tirough and lingers over anil recurs to
again and again us If It were the tenderly
told story of our own especl.il childhood
That Is the miig'.c of It: we go with the
poet Into "The lan1 That I'sod-toHo."
and llnd our old friends and playmates In
"The Happy Little Cripple" and "The
Preacher's Naughty Hoy" and "Poor Lit
tle Mnhnla Ashcroft." Didn't we sit
iround the kitchen lire with lltth orphan
Annie and listen In delight fill terror to
her blood-curdling witch stor'.os? Didn't
I.lsbuth Ann" make custard pies for in.
and wasn't the good natured "Haggedy
Man" Iho friend of our very own small
boyhood? What a breath f he.ilth.
thoughtless fun and frolic In "The Circus
Day Parade." "The Old Haymow." and
"Wnltln' for the Cat to Die:" there Is a
gontb-r note In "A Hoys Mother" and
"The Little Coat."
In "Afterwhllos" It w sweetly the poet
describes tho aid hlme. No word In the
I tnKuaEC is so filled with dear asoclatoas
as this ono, for homo Is tho anchor of our
affections. How he pictures tho old moth
er waiting for her children mere, wuiu
InR ,iay after day for the loved ones, wnn
.oi in n "Afterwhllce:"
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"Click the latcn tnai iocks
In tho pinks and hollyhocks,
And leap up tho path onco more
Where she waits us at the door!
Mr. Riley Is essentially the Burns of
America, the laureate of the cmnym pen.
nlc. In his eyes the poor man Is rich.
He owns the blnl soiiks of tho hills,
The lnilrthter of the April rills;
Anil his are all the illamjntls sot
In mornltiK's dewy coronet.
Anil his the dusk's fair m'.nteil ptnrrt
Th.it twinkle through the pasture bars.
And litter all tho sklcw at nlKht.
With glittering rcraps of silver light;
The rainbow's bar from rim to rim.
in beuton gold, beltngs to Mm.
Mr HUey will he In Llnroln on tuo
.ening of Novembor 2.', Ht will appear
i. the 1-i.nnlng. under the itatronage of
AT THE LANSING.
"My Friond from India" will bo the
attraction nt tho Lanning theater
Wodnoadny evening, Novomhor 17.
For throe coiiBocittlvo montliB It sorvod
to test tho cupnclty of tho HIJou thea
ter, Now York city, litBt Boason, whore
It originally hecamo famous. It Is
constant laughter from the tlmo tho
curtain goeB up on tho llrst act until
it descends on tho last, and It Is
claimed from the appreciative re
sponse whloh greots overy lino it
would scum that tho pun as a form of
wit had returned. If "My Friond from
India" had not proved tho greatest
comedy buccoss of tho past senson It
would not have boon tho fault of
Its author or thoso clover manngors,
Messrs. Smyth and Rico, who undoubt
edly posBoss all the necessary qunllll
cutlona for tiBtute purveyors of amuse
ment, ns has been evinced not only
In this production, but that of "Tho
Man from Mexico." "My Friond from
India" stands to-day as ono of tho host
farces that hua been given to tho Btago
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