The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, November 01, 1891, Page 10, Image 10

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Docs any one doubt that '92 will win the pennant?
White took seven chances at goal ami missed only one.
Hereafter Sheldon will coach '94 while Larson will do
the same for '95.
Marlay will wear a coat of mail for Portcrfield to butt
against hereafter.
Furguson says there is a great deal of work about this
football business.
The sop., jtr.orcs say that they would have beaten had not
the frcshmcu run them into a Nusz.
Chandler, after making some excellent runs, had his
ankle sprained after which he changed places with Hyde. '
The work in the gymnasium is well under way now.
There are about 200 students taking regular work of which
125 are young. women. Professor Bowen expressed himself
as well pleased with the manner in which the students arc
taking up the duties in his department. The work will be
kept on a strictly systematic basis. No student will be
allowed to do work for which he is not fitted. More new
apparatus is expected soon which will take up all the spare
room that is now available. With a well equipped gymnas
ium, foot ball teams, and a proserous bicycle club there is no
good reason why every student should not take some kind of
physical exercise.
The U. W. C. made its first run Saturday, Ocober 24th.
The first stop was made at the poor farm about six miles
nprth ol Lincpln. At this place the wheelmen were shown
over the premises and the weary given a chance to rest a lit
tle. The kind hearted hostess captivated ail by saying she
would give each a piece of pumpkin pie if she had any to
give. The club now continued their journey northward
reaching Raymond before 4 o'clock where "Fresh Cider"
was the first sign that attracted their attention. Sheldon
says the whole town contained but one keg of cider, conse
quently there was not enough to go around. From side
teraarks of diffident wheelmen, we should judge hat at least
one byker received a sufficiency. After riding through the
principal streets and visiting the places of interest in the city,
the party set out on their return trip, reaching home about
6:30, still able to give the university yell. From reasons
best known to the club, one of the members came back in a
Pullman car. Another trip will probably be taken next Sat
urday. Military Appointment.
Octolcr 23 all previous appointments in the cadet balal
ion were auulled and the following appointments made:
Caitains-G L Sheldon, A; F D Hyde, D; J A Harkley,
B: M M McChee, C.
First Lieut, and Adjt. II J Edmiston.
First Lieut, and Q M C D Chandler.
First Libuts. J B McDonald, D; L E Troyer, B; HE
Kelson, A; R E Dingcs, C.
Second Lieut. W E Iirook, A; T Uruggcr, D.
Sgt. Maj. II. A. Senter.
First Sots. WH Sawyer, A; EM Pollard, D; II G
Barber, B; F D Eager, C.
Sergeants A M Anderson, D; Paul Pizcy, D; J P Will
iaois, A; C C Marlay, 15; R S Bulla, A; W A Richmond, A;
H JPodlcsak, B; F P McFarland, D; C E TcfTt, C; F F
Tucker C: J P Bcardsley, C; J Albcrs, A;TE Wing, B; J C
. CoRroRAi.s-WB Clark, A; WD Reed, C; H G Whit
more, B; C C Strode, C; E A Gcrrard, A; E A Thomas, D;
H S Lord, C; E W Brown, D; L G Thayer, B; R II
Johnston, B; W H Forsyth, D; R II Cheney, D; HOberlies,
B; R E Johnson, A; J Knott, B; R S Hiltncr, C; J W Dixon,
C; W L Westerman. A. Sgt. Pizey was detailed as drum
major and Sgt. Williams as color sergeant.
Lieutenant Pershing thinks the batallion will be ready
for the regular Friday evening dress parades under the new
tactics by the first week in December.
Two hearts that beat as one
A heavy step a scare
And when her pa arrived
One heart alone was there. Oakland Tribune.
Ah! ah! Edmiston.
Mrs. Little has been ill for some days.
Miss Day, '95, visited her parents October 16.
Mr. Scar's sister is spending five weeks in Lincoln.
Ilarley Butte spent Sunday at his home in Ashland.
Mr. Bccchcr went home for a day or two October 15.
There are now 185 cadets registered in the batallion.
Miss Mary Browu visited fi lends at Humbolt recently.
Sedgcwick, '95, made a call on his pa at York recently.
Miss Dempster enjoyed a visit from her brother recently.
Miss Cora Smith visited the corn palace at Sioux City last
A large number of the students attended Gilmorc's band
Miss Helen Gregory, '95, spent a couple of days in Omaha
la$t week.
Miss Merrill, '93, has been entertaining some frietvU from
her home at Sterling.
Professor Skinner of Crete was again a caller at the uni
versity on the 24th ult.
Geo. Payne, '94, has quit school and accepted a position
at Young's stand on O street.
We are sorry to learn that Miss Hyatt has to quit school
on account of her mother's health.
Four rsore medical schools of high standing have recog
nized the new preparatoiy .-ourses.
Rev. John Hewitt conducted chapel services Monday,
Tuesday, and Wednesday of last week.
Miss Green and Miss Smith went Friday to the Y. M. C
A. at Fairmont. They returned Monday.
Alderman, Jones and Shue have been working .011 the
college farm, husking several cars of cdrn each day.
It is rumored that Sawyer has again changed his course.
He will study law at he already has a Case on hand.
Mr. Shue was called home the first part of the week.
Ills mother was thrown from a carriage and seriously injured.
October it, the Christian associations were favored with
an address from Rev. John Hewitt of the Episcopal church.
The chancellor's "sentiments" posted beneath the foot
ball bulletin greatly encouraged the students interested in
The chancellor gave Mr. Kennan a Jong drive last Mon
day afternoon to show him something of the Siberian climate
of Nebraska.
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