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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1898)
In the Gym.
Noxt wcok will begin a norles of
thrco games for tho championship ot
tho unlvoralty, between tbo 5 o'clock
athletic tonm and a team composed of
Manager K. S. Hunt of tho basket
ball team and Managor 11. 13. Bonodlet
of tho Indoor foo.bnll lcagno, both of
whom woro elected somo thrco weeks
ago, havo been busily working up In
trost In their rospectlvo teams.
A trlplo Indoor baseball league has
been formed, consisting ot teams se
lected from tho Pershing Rifles, ath
letic classes and regular baseball ttam.
It Is oxpected that practlco will soon
begin. A series of games for tho
university championship will bo
played off this month.
A gnmo of bnskot ball hns been
Bchcdulpd with tho Omaha Y. M. C.
A. team for Snturdny, Jnnunry 1f.
TlcketB can bo purchased from it. S.
Hunt. It was round to be ImpoHalb o
to play tho proposed gnmo with tho
Chicago team owing to the fnct that
the members of tho visiting team
wore nenrly all business men and were
unable to t-pnro the nccessnry time.
Professor Hastings has opened up n
spoclnl athletic class from C to 0:50 p.
m. In view of the Increasing numbor
ot athletic games In tho unlvers ty.
As yet tho athletic board has not de
cided as to tho baseball coach, al
though It is considering tho advisabil
ity ot having nlumnl coaches. It ap
pears that an artlclo In tho last Issue
of tho Nebrasknn crulel.mg tho nth
lctlc board for deciding not to havo
havo a baseball conch was founded on
a misrepresentation or facts, as tho
board has as yet taken no olllclal ac
tion on the subjeot.
All lovers of good basket ball will
bo given an opportunity to witness tbo
sanu In the armory tomorrow even
ing The gnmo will bo between the
5 o'clock gym. clnss, which is at pres
ent tho championship team of tho uni
versity, and tho Lincoln Y. M. C. A..
Tho llnc-up will be as follows:
5 o'clock. Y. M. C. A.
T. T. Hill (Capt.).lt. V Dognoy
Story L. V Lewis
Mooro , ..O Trompen
W. 13. Andrcason.H. G It. Bcntlcy,
It. D. Andrcnson.L. G K. Bontlcy
Subs, 5 o'clocks, Yodcr and Kyan.
Y M. C. A., HUtner, Clements nnd
Swarlngen, umpires. Stcbblns, ref
eree. The athletic class team defeated tho
11 o'clock gymnasium tonm In a
rather one-sided game of basket ball
Monday evening, December 21. Tho
The score was 124 to 2. Tho game was
for the championship of tho univer
sity and tho winners provod tholr su
periority boyond a doubt, playing a
fast, clean and sclontlllc game. The
athletics had tho game tholr own way
from start to finish. The line up was
Athletic Class. 11 o'clocks.
Andreason. It. D..11. G Sackot
Andraeson, W. 13.. L. G...Porry, Cap.
Moore C ltoschon
Story F. G Kyan
Hill (Capt.) ....L. F Yoder
In the series of fourteen games Cap
tain liil.'s tram has won fourteon, los
ing the first game by one point only.
The baseball cage Is now nenrly
finished and will be completed wl.hln
a week. All that Is now lncklng Is the
netting for one side of the cage. Ii Is
oxpoctod that basoball training will
Hnon bocln. It will occupy a wholo
somcsler and will includo practlco In
running starts, pitching, catching, bat
ting nnd work with tho throwing spool
for practlco In quick Bhort-nrm throw
ing. Candidates aro numerous, but
oven should thero bo aB many as foity
tho accommodntlona aro now such that
onch player will bo allowed twlco aB
much practlco tlmo nB Is allowed
crlckot players by tho best colleges
In tho cast. Those who desldo to
practlco can do bo from 1:110 a. m. to
2. p. m. four days la tho wcok, and
also all day until A o'clock on Wcdnos-
' days nnd Saturdays.
', FOUL TIPS.
Captain Gordon Ib nbout ready to
call his rolls togothor for their early
spring practlco. During last fall and
tho prcsont winter, Kddlo Gordon, or
"Cap." as he is commonly called, lias
worked uucenBlng'y, getting things
ready for tho early spring practlco, for
It Is known by all who havo ever
played col'cgo I acol all that upon the
early spring prnctlcn dopotuls, In n
great measure tho success of tho sea
son. ColloKO ball seasons aro short at
tho longest and tho Id a In onrly sp lng
practice Indoors is to get tho boys In
ns good condition as possible so that
when thoy step on tho diamond they
aro practically old men.
The following plan has been laid out
by the captain nnd it Is hoped thnt all
plavors will join with him In seeing
It enrried to a successful end: The
plnyors aro to enter training Immedi
ately, taking somo light work in thoir
rooms with Indian dubs, or bells, If
thoy do not belong to a gymnnslum
clnss. If thoy have any habits which
thoy cannot conscientiously say thoy
know do not hurt them thoy are to
give thim up. In mis is inrluded tho
use of tobneco In all forms. The cnge,
as It has been dubbed by the boys, is
complete and tho pitchers aro throwing
a little, not as thoy worked last year
"In the dark'" but in a brighflfgiu
room seventy odd feet long by twenty
feet wide. In fixing this cage It was
the Idea to get batting practice, slid
ing, nnd n place to develop somo
pitchers, rt commodity which we felt
tho need of Inst year.
Regular practice hours aro being ar
ranged nnd every player who expects
to piny ball will do well to see the
captain and arrange hours in which
to have batting practice. Spring
training this year will be carried on
in a scientific manner and no one who
expects to play ball in the spring enn
afford to stay away from this early
practlco hoping to mnko the team
when they go out doors.
California will open Its library on
Tho trl-wcokljr of tho university of
lowa line tho fo'lowlnp editorial com
ment: "Now It tho tlmo whon wo
hear of 'All-Airerlcan' olovons, mndo
tip by mon whe havo not Boon moro
thnn six or olglr. of America's olovonB
play, and all tls.o from four or 11 vo
of our forty-live states."
Of Harvard's total registration, 3,803
In nil dopnrtmeitB, over one-half llvo
In Mnsanchusots, and noxt to this
comes tho Now York registration, 378.
13vory Btato and torrltory but ono nns
students nt tho univorslty. Canada
has forty-four young mon at Cam
bridge and Knglnnd olovon. Outsldoof
these countries aght other nnttons nro
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