The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, November 01, 1891, Page 8, Image 8

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'go E. R, Holmes severed his connection with the J '84 J. H. Holmes is teaching sciences at a private school
Kearney daily Huh last June. After enjoying a two month's in Washington, D. C.
trip, he began to study shorthand and otherwise prepare
himself for further newspaper work. He is, at present, doing
corrcsdondence for various state papers. Good luck to
you E. R.
'90 Edwin Farmer and sister visited the literary societies
one Friday evening recently. Mr. Farmer was in the city
attending the twenty sixth annual session of grand' lodge of
Good Templars by which he was honored by being elected
to the office of grand chaplain.
'90 H. B. Dunranson is assistant state agriculturist. For
some months past he has travelled over the state much ol
the time. He cxpec's soon to begin work in the laboratory
at the university and ivill continue his work there till next
F. A. Rockhold is in the employ o! the First National
Bank of this city: He is regular in his attandance at the lit
erary exercises on Friday nights.
'90 Hany K. Heffleman is studying law at San Diego,
Cal. His brother Paul, a former student, is proprietor of
an orange farm near that city.
'89 Mrs. May Tower-Bigelow of Madison, Nebraska, had
the niisfoitune to fall, recently, and broke two of the meta
tarsal bonesn her right foot.
Misses Lizzie Forsyth and Martha Dryden, former special
students, arc both at Kearney, the former a teacher and the
latter a stenographer.
'So Collins Joy. Married, September 29, in Iowa,
Rev. F. W. Collins, '89, to Miss Julia M. Joy, a special Mud
ent last year.
'88 H. J. Webber has made an additional list of 400,
plants to the flora of Nebraska, which will soon be published.
'91 C. D. shell came up from Ashland recently to enjoy
the exercise of the literary societies and debating clubs.
Miss Dellie Hodges, an old time university student, was
married recently to Mr. Matter of Madison, Nebraska.
'90 A. J. McClatchie is teaching at Elsinore, California,
not Colorado, as stated recently in The Hesperian.
'91 Mies Elinor L. Williams is correspondent for Nebras
ka of the Ensigti, published at Minneapolis Minn.
'89 Row D. D. Forsyth is pastor ofthe Methodist church
at Gothenburg.
Dan Schcll ard Arthur Paucoast spent Sunday with uni
versity friends.
C F. Harlan, a former student, is principal ofthcUtica
high School.
John Eagleson, '95, is working in a lumber yard at Boise
City, Idaho.
N. W. Peters, '91, is in the internal revenue office at
Omaha. '91 Miss Baker is teaching in the "C" street school.
'91 Miss Brace returned from the east, recently.
G. H.
ofthe B
locating party
Ellsworth, '93, is transitman for a
and M. R. R., at Edgmont, S. D.
'88, '90 Pound and Marsland umpired the recent foot
ball game between the juniors and seniors.
'90 Edwin Fanner is candidate for county superintend
ent of schools ot Boone county, this state.
Oscar T. Ross, a special student last year, is working in
Denver, Col., for an insurance company.
G. A. Beecber, once of '90, is attending the Philadelphia
divinity school ofthe Episcopal church.
8i J. H. Silvcrnail is now absistant superintendent of
the state normal school at Kearney.
'89-Ernest G. Eagelson Is a civil engineer for the B. and
M. R. R. at Uoise City, Idaho.
H.' S. Granson, '94, is studying dentistry in the office of
Lucas and Ladd in this city.
'84 A. A. Monro was married this summer, we were not
aide to'learn the particulars.
..'91 J. "IV. Mc Crosky is doing post-graduate work in the
electrical, department.
t Guy Ferguson left recently for Topeka, Kans.
'93 W1b the First Game.
The first scheduled game for the class pennant took place
on the campus, Thursday, between '92 and '93. It was
pretty generally admitted before the contest that '92 was sure
to win, though few believed that the battle would be so eas
ily won as the score certainly indicates. The juniors, when
they appeared on the field, seemed to have little organization
and less enthusiasm. On this account largely can be attrib
uted the unequal contest. Fortunately for the seniors they
have five men that have played in the regular team. When
lined up in the center the players were found to be in the fol
lowing positions:
Seniors Juniors
Troyer lelt end rush .Sawj er
Skiles (capl.) right end rush Larson
Pillsbury ; .right tackle Gund
Hyde leftj tackle Stroman
Yates .right guard Pollard
Wolfe left guard BaiT
Porterficld right half back Barber
Chandler ; leftjhalf back Marfay
White goal tend Wolfe
Barkley quarter back Lord
Stockton center rush Anderson (capt.)
Referee T. H. Marsland.
Umi'Ire Roscoe Pound.
At the first kick off about twenty-five yards were gained
for '92, and the first touch down was made in less than five
minutes. Ten more points were added before the first half
was called, making 14 points for '92 and 0 for '93.
lu the second half '93, realizing that the "irrepressible
conflict" had begun, started out to redeem Iheuistlkcs. But
the repeated charges against their opponents rubli line hid
little effect, and they were soon driven into their own terri
tory. Once during this half, when a foul was called by the
referee, Lord seemed the ball and carried it over the line,
making the first, last, and only touch down for '93. After
cons'iderble parlrying, the foul was disallowed and the Jun
iors were happy. The Seniors were now on their mettle and
added point aftei point to the already unequal score. When
time was called the scoie stood, for '93 4, for 'gz 40.
Then it was tliat above the din and confusion could ie beard
"boom rah, boom rah, boom rah, boo, ninety, ninety, uiinety -
Tut Frettlimeu Win a Outue from '1)4.
A large crowd gathered on the campus Saturday, October
24, to witness the foot ball game between the fret-hmen and
sophomores. The enthusiasm was unbounded. Everybody
there seemed "vo have a good pair of lungs and look occasion